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Old 07-01-2010, 09:49 AM   #3
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you can probably use it to charge your DR1000. But if you want to use your DR1000, you better disconnect the charger, because it is disturbing the micro controller that is controlling the cap sensors. If it's one of those cheapo cheapo USB chargers, you also better check if the output is really 5 V... I've seen so called USB chargers that output 7.5V or are designed for a specific load.
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