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> Can I Really Use Psp Adapter To Zaurus?
post Jun 12 2008, 06:36 PM
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the output of my old adapter is 5V 1A but the PSP is 5V 2A.

A little bit more if yes can i use the 5V 0.75A adaptor?
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post Jun 13 2008, 04:43 AM
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I've used a Pelican A/C adapter made for the PSP for years with my Zaurus. It is rated 5 volts 2 amps just like the adapter that shipped (from Sharp) with my 6000. I also have a battery pack that I (bought the parts at Radio Shack) made with nothing more than a 4 AA battery box with a short cord with appropriate end to plug into the Z. I used to check the voltage every time I recharged the batteries, but it was NEVER over 5 volts. I only use NiMH rechargeables as they only charge up to 1.2 volts making for an acceptable 4.8 volts on a fresh recharge. Not that convenient to have to remove them to recharge them, but was dirt cheap to make and works great. Another tip is to get Sanyo Eneloop batteries as they will hold a charge sitting in a drawer for close to a year.
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