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Does the charging circuit in this video work?
Kinda silly to go to all that trouble to create a cluster-F in your Battery compartment
when you could just go to Walmart and buy a
Battery Charger complete with 4-AAA Rechargeable-Cells for about ~$12.oo .
Then just swap-out the Batteries once a Month.
Better yet ......
Make a massive improvement to your Quality-of-Life by throwing-away your entire TV.
As for tearing-off the protection/charging Circuitry from another Battery,
it's a complete crap-shoot as to whether or not you "might" get it to work with a different Battery.
You might just start a fire.
In the remote controls in my house most of the operate from two AAA cells and last about a year, maybe more, and that includes the television in the living room and air conditioners in most rooms. Pretty cheap to operate.
I want to know the charging circuitYou were born 100 years too late.
The answer to your question is Yes.Does the charging circuit in this video work?
I like the circuits I make. It's funYou might get one to actually work after your 3rd or 4th try.
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If you want to learn about battery charging circuits, that's a pretty bad source. What application do you have for the charger? What kind of battery will you be charging?
The answer to your question is Yes.
A charge controller from another Li Ion cell has been salvaged for the purpose. If it has not been damaged in the process of cannabalising it.
Its a different issue whether you want to go through the process.
thank u friendsYes, if you try to cannablise the controller. Not if you use the controller in your photo. It will work OK.
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