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A2000 Battery Replacement
A2000 Battery Replacement
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Description: A2000 battery replacement. Desoldered a battery holder from an old PC MB. Soldered to Amiga MB with diode in place. Then added a big goop of silicone to hold everything in place.
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Posted by: AmigaPete at October 20, 2006, 06:05:11 PM

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Comments (3)

rkauer
Posts:3263
April 20, 2007, 12:17:53 AM
Just a question: which side does the diode have to go on (anode or cathode) and which way does the diode have to be oriented (i.e. the band)?
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The band of the diode must be away the + battery side, if solded to the plus side, or going to the - side, if solded in the negative side.
koaftder
Posts:2116
January 04, 2007, 04:13:19 AM
Your diode job looks extremely nice.
Ral-Clan
Posts:1974
November 14, 2006, 02:59:32 AM
Nice, clean job.  With my main A2500 I used a cordless phone battery.  Works well, but is much larger.  Since it's rechargeable I don't need a diode.

However, I do have an A3000 and A2000 that I might add your batter hack to.  Their batteries have already been removed for storage.  Just a question: which side does the diode have to go on (anode or cathode) and which way does the diode have to be oriented (i.e. the band)?


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