It's connected with a short wire directly to the CBA III Pro analyzer.
Remember though we should be more suspect of the circuit in the $12 eBay power box
However! I'll do a quick check against a known good USB power adapter and my Agilient DMM.
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Last edited by Ualnosaj; 06-26-2012 at 01:28 PM.
Before you buy an iGo... you may want to see this!
Ebay has these for $30-$40+, sans batteries, delivered, so you can save there. Says it'll charge 1-3 cell phones per pack/charge. Even comes with a built in LED array.
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I have both the iGo and the GZ G10+. They both work on an iPhone, the G10 can put about 10-15/20-25% in an iPad3/iPad2, and can be plugged into a computer USB that will charge the AAs too. But I EDC the iGo for its size.
As far as solar, also take a look at the Powerfilm 4xAA, it's 1/3 the size and weight of the GZ and 1/2 as efficient in perfect sunlight.... interestingly it is 2x as efficient in imperfect sunlight.
I am not sure I am quite getting it about AA powered USB chargers but I would think that it is not rocket science that all that is needed is 4 AA rechargeable batteries in a holder, yielding 4.8 volts out to a USB socket. That would charge any USB powered device requiring 5 volts. No electronics required.
I have actually found an AA battery holder that is switched, has a USB socket, is US$5.20, and ships for free.
I have been scouring the internet for some weeks now, being very wary about the over priced baloney that is marketed for such a purpose.
This is probably just exactly what the OP was looking for when he started this thread last year.
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Last edited by Chacho; 10-11-2013 at 05:44 PM.