Portable power supply

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dcwhat
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Portable power supply

Post by dcwhat » Fri Jan 07, 2011 12:12 pm

I have a Multiplier M7144 battery I opened it up it has 6 batteries and it has 4 copper buttons for a charging port and 3 triangle port for power, I know which is power and which is negative, it's 7.5 volts will this work to power a portable n64? Also how would I wire this up to the charger?!? I'll post pics in a little
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Snipeye
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Re: Portable power supply

Post by Snipeye » Fri Jan 07, 2011 5:42 pm

7.5V will work just fine to power the n64, make sure the read all the stickies and previous worklogs you can, you'll get a lot of information that way.

To wire it, wire the postie, usually red, to the positive of each component - mobo, screen, regulator. Then connect ground to ground, and install a switch somewhere to turn the n64 on/off, and you're good.

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