battery n64 portable

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guillou
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battery n64 portable

Post by guillou » Fri Dec 17, 2010 4:42 pm

hi , I recently started building a n64 portable
l've already got my screen and I want a battery which will be powerfull ,not dangerous and not too hard to use , and l found that, will it work ? what are your advices ? What else do l need
thank you (sorry for my english , l m french )

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Re: battery n64 portable

Post by MarioOwnsAll » Fri Dec 17, 2010 10:33 pm

guillou wrote:hi , I recently started building a n64 portable
l've already got my screen and I want a battery which will be powerfull ,not dangerous and not too hard to use , and l found that, will it work ? what are your advices ? What else do l need
thank you (sorry for my english , l m french )
This would supply your portable with a lot of game time however it only gives 3.2v and you need approximately 7.4v for the portable to work properly (there is a 3.3v line on the nintendo that you need a regulator for but there is another much higher voltage line). You could wire two of these together to double the voltage to 6.4v but I doubt that would work.

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Re: battery n64 portable

Post by guillou » Sat Dec 18, 2010 2:19 am

Ok , l've already got a 2k résistor , The capacitor and the pth08080wah , would it work if l tale 3 of them to get 9.6v.
I bought a screen on eBay , it is quite good but There is only 4 wires , I think it's :
- +
- -
- vidéo
- ground
But I'm not sure
Thank you

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Re: battery n64 portable

Post by Snipeye » Sat Dec 18, 2010 10:29 am

Grond and - are, for most intents and purposes, the same thing. Post pictures of the wires/screen and we can identify them.

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Re: battery n64 portable

Post by MarioOwnsAll » Sat Dec 18, 2010 9:52 pm

you could wire 3 of those batteries together to get 9.6v but then you would need another regulator for the screen (if you are using a psone screen).

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