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Member Since: May 4, 2011

Country: United States

  • Thanks, I know. I have already read the datasheet.
    What i want is limit the charge current like de mintyboost does. Take a look at the link i posted. With the voltage divider, you can configure the charge current. The voltage at the D- and D+, set the charge current, and “says” to the device to take 500mA instead a maximum (default) setting of 1.3A, for example in the ipod,or 0,8A in my Xperia.

  • Anybody knows if it has active current limit? i have used it with a 0,8A (Xperia X10 mini pro) load and i think i have damaged it…
    I know there is some explanations in the web about how to limit a DIY iphone charger (http://www.crunchgear.com/2008/07/27/diy-iphone-charger/)(a voltage divider in D+ and D- USB data lines).Has anybody try with other devices with data detection at charge time? (Samsung YP R1, battery hungry….or Xperia X10 mini pro, to limit the charging current?)
    Thanks a lot, guys!!

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