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> You Need Extra Power For The C-1000?, you got it man!
Cresho
post Jul 8 2005, 04:40 PM
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okay..

as promised-some numbers pertaining for the lovely gadgets we need to power the zaurus c1000 and also the sl-5500

some sony generic ciggarette lighter 5.5v 1.3 amps
my old ciggarette lighter 5.7 .5 amps- used for sl but tossing it...too much!
pelican power brick 4.9v .3 amps
sony power for psp 5.5v .3 amps
sharp ea-70 aka (s) 5.18v .10-.38 amps (comes in the sl-5500 model)
sharp ea-72 5.13v .44 amps (came with my jap version c-1000

so is it safe to use the pelican power brick? Yes
is it safe to connect sharp ea-70 and into the pelican and then into the zaurus? yes


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Cresho
post Jul 15 2005, 11:00 PM
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i am testing out the cig lighter right now..


the results are.........................gona post in a bit.

i just tested out the pelican car charger for the psp

I don't recommend pluging this thing into the zaurus

voltage for:
sharp ea-70 aka (s) 5.18v .10-.38 amps (comes in the sl-5500 model)

the pelican psp car charger: 5.40v 1.4amps--I do not recommend this

you see, the 5.4 volts is already a tad high and the amps the chargers from sharp puts out is around .10-.38..fluxuates. 1.4 is passing through many electrons at one point and of course you can charge up your zaurus at a faster rate but dude...it produces alot of heat as well.

I would probably use this item on the power brick. I have not tested this form yet.

verdict is.........Not recommended.

i do how ever have an old bat charger from an unknown company that does put out 5.7v at .5 amps. I am still too scared to try this out myself on the zaurus.
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