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  • it is OK

    posted by x2000

    -It do that it does.-Easy to use. Just plug it in.-Lights up to let you know it has power.-Somethat big, bigger than SKU 40470 (simpler to take out)
    It is bigger than SKU 40470, so it simpler to take out, but it stick out longer and may interfere. The build quality is OK it feels slightly cheap, but it gets the job done.
    Now it is cheaper to buy SKU 40470 and any cable you want.
  • works, but not for iPod

    posted by neckro

    - looks decent for a cheapo- led power light- 500mA- fuse in the unscrewable tip
    So here's the deal. I bought this to charge my iPhone (3G) in my car. Easy enough, I figured - get this and a data cord (sold here for like $2) and I'll be golden for something like 1/3 the price of a regular iPhone charger, plus I'll have the ability to charge other USB devices.Well, it didn't work. I thought it was DOA (couldn't see the light go on, although it turns out it's hard to see), until a post on the forums tipped me off -- the iPhone (the recent ones at least) don't like to charge over a power-only USB connection.So, here's what to do, for you handy cheap iPhoners out there (this probably applies to all other cheapo USB chargers):-- take the thing apart (I managed this by unscrewing the tip, taking out the fuse etc., and removing the metal ring holding it together, then prying the halves apart until it popped)-- this is the magic: solder the USB data pins together. It's the middle two pins that aren't connected to anything. This notifies/fakes out the iPhone that it's connected to a proper USB port.-- put the thing back together-- merrily charge your iPhone!
    Didn't charge my Creative Zen even after the fix, but that thing's kind of screwy too, so who knows. Good buy if you know what you're doing and aren't above a bit of fixin'.
  • Good 12vDC to 220vAC inverter/converter

    posted by fran82

    It seems well made.The fan is not noisy.It has an internal temperature sensor. Also a LED indicator.The conector for the AC mains has "child protection" to avoid accidents with kids.It has a replaceable internal fuse. Also a 5v USB output.It is very small and compact. Also lightweight (without having bad internals). Perfect for travelling or having it always in the glovebox.The output is "modified sinewave" type, not "square sinewave" type, that means that I will work with almost all devices (electronics, computers, switching power supplies) except induction motors.
    Specifications say:Max continous - 150WMax peak - 200WTemperature controlled. Short circuit protected.Modified sinewave output.
    Good 150W inverter for the price.
  • great thing

    posted by mitjaperic

    great thing works well for my laptop and mobile phone.its small so it fits well in a glove box.well built, user s guide in english
    very small thing i expected it to be a bit bigger.it does not have a fuse, so i must relay to the cars fuse in case of short circuit
    great thing i reccomend it to everyone, its cheap and does the job well. not reccomended for a long term use.

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