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I recently bought a MacBook Pro 17in. and one of my school requirements says that I need an extra battery pack. I know that the MacBook's battery is built into the laptop, so you can't just get an extra and change them when you want.I have been looking around for an external battery pack or some sort of external battery so that i don't need to use a wall outlet during class.I have recently found a product called HyperMac. Has anyone heard of HyperMac and if they're safe or reliable or anything?If not, does anyone know of a good external battery for the MacBook Pro?Thanks!
call or take it to an Apple keep or Apple self sustaining provider centre. Your battery has a a million twelve months/3 hundred cycle 80% charge guarantee and you are able to desire to have the capacity to get a clean one if yours is below 80% of recent skill at complete charge. Battery existence relies upon on the kind you utilize the gadget. if your backlighting is grew to become up, you will get much less existence. in case you're watching video clips or doing FPS gaming, you will get lots shorter battery existence by means of fact your are working the GPU at close to a hundred% complete time.
The battery pack in the circuit diagram, which is a positive long and thin a short and thick?
The circuit diagram of the battery is a long vertical and a short vertical composition.
if i put in the 2 AA batteries in the control they turn on. but the battery packs don't want to work. if i connect the charger they work but the charger keeps disconnecting or something cuz while the charger is in the light doesnt turn on unless i push the charger in and hold it. majority of the time the conntroller stays off. the system says the controllers have a 3 out of 4 bar charge but the contollers will still disconnect and stay off. any help would be amazing!
You may need a new remote or a new charger! This happened to me and a man at gamestop sold me a new one in exchange for the broke one for only 5$ Maybe a gamestop guy near YOU will give you a good deal too! :o
I just got this Volcano Ecig pack that charges batteries on the go. only problem is when you put them in the charging slot Nothing happens, theres no acknowledgment that it's charging or that its done charging. Any help?
Here you need some experience in charging. Measure the time it takes to fill the cigarette. Perhaps this period is mentioned also in the manual. If you can not check the load of the batteries (no light indicating the device is on what shines brighter if full?), then feel the device. Loading batteries are warmer and so is the charger. You can also evaporate/atomize and notice the difference with an empty or partly filled battery and see if you can see something glow. Better not have empty batteries, they do not last quite as long.
A 90 kg astronaut floating out in space is carrying a 1.0 kg TV camera and a 10 kg battery pack. He's drifting toward his ship but, in order to get back faster, he hurls the camera out into space (away from the space ship) at 15 m/s and then throws the battery at 7 m/s in the same direction. What's the resulting increase in his speed after each throw?____________________m/s speed increase after discarding camera____________________m/s speed increase after discarding battery
His initial momentum is taken as zero. Momentum of thrown camera is 1 kg x 15 m/s 15 kgm/s his mass after that is 90+10 100 kg. He acquires the momentum of the camera, so 15 100ΔV ΔV 15/100 0.15 m/s Momentum of battery is 10x7 70 kgm/s again he gains this momentum, and his mass is now 90 kg 70 90ΔV ΔV 70/90 0.778 m/s
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I just got a new laptop battery pack for christmas and I'm having issues charging it fully. I put it in my computer and hooked the AC adapter up to my laptop and into an outlet. Usually when the battery is full the light in the front will turn blue but it's been purple for a couple days now that I've had it plugged in. I turned my computer on and unless I have the AC adapter hooked up my laptop wont turn on. The battery indicated on my computer shows 8% full. It's been like this for the two days now. I dont know how to get the battery pack to charge correctly. Are there any setting on my computer or anything special I have to do in order for it to charge the right way? If it helps, on the first day I turned it on it charged up to 6% and showed me how long it would take to fully charge, when I turned it on the second time it was 8% and the time it would take no longer appeared.
Could be the battery thats damaged but it sort of seems like the charger is more at fault. The charger doesnt look like its properly charging the laptop battery. I would suggest you look into getting a new charger as soon as possible. Make sure you get one from a reliable source instead of a cheap knock off on like OKorder or something. I would personally suggest you visit topmic charger. They are very reputable and have great service. They include free shipping, 30 days money back guarantee, and free lifetime warranty so if the charger ever stops working, they would replace it at no additional cost, for life. If you have any more questions feel free to send me a message and ill be happy to help!
I lost the plug to charge my tv baby monitor. I really need this monitor asap. I have a 6 yr old, a 2 yr old and a 3 month old. I can't be with them all at once so it's a big help. I removed the battery pack from the handheld tv and it has a small red and small black wire with a little plastic piece that inserts into the tv. Can I remove these batteries and put my charged AA batteries in place?
Better yet, go to Radio Shack and ask them, they will have what you are looking for. Best Buy, Circuit City, also, but they seem to be more expensive and have less selection for specific chargers.