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  1. Darren / Seb, I have a couple questions regarding the cables and batteries that are included with theTetra and the Nano. 1) For the Nano, why did you decide to only include a USB power cable but not one that could be used to tether it (for setup)? It would be nice if the produce page in the Hak shop was a little more clear on this. Along with the Youtube setup video at .2) Why didn't you include an AC adapter to power the tetra? For $200 or $300, I feel like it should have come with one. To me, it's kind of like linksys sending a battery with their routers instead of a power cord. 3) Is there a way you can put together a small insert or pamphlet with batteries on future purchases? It would be nice to not have to search out information on forums about them. Some of the questions I had when I got mine were: Does the battery have to be charged when you receive it? or Does it come fully charged? How long should the battery be charged the first time? How long do subsequent charges take? Are they all the same length? Should the battery be drained completely before recharging? or is it safe to charge again when it's 50% drained? Approximately how many charging cycles should be expected from a battery of this type? Does the battery have to be turned on or off to charge? How do we know when the charging is complete? Will all the lights stay solid? What should we expect with the lights while charging? ie will each light flash and then stay solid to show that it's 25%, 50%, 75% complete etc.
  2. Hello, so I am working on my bachelors in network security and I have started messing around with electronics as a hobby. I was looking online for anyone that has added a usb port to the Pineapple Juice 1800, and could not find anything so I decided to give it a try myself. The little board with the usb port is from one of those car usb adapters that plugs into the cig lighter. I bought it for 99 cents with free shipping off ebay a while back. It takes 12v from the vehicle and converts it into 5v for usb, so I figured it would work just fine with this battery pack. The first thing I did was take off the led that was on the board since there is already one on the PJ1800. I then soldered (very poorly) the positive and ground wires to the appropriate connectors on the board. I used a multi-meter to figure out which terminals to solder the wires from the usb board to. I crammed everything in the box. There is not a lot of room so the usb port sticks out from the case. It’s not very pretty, but it works.
  3. Hey all! Ok so I've come up with a crazy contraption concept that I'm getting ready to try and solder together. Wanted to colaboate with you all. I'm not sure if this exists: But I'm wanting to make a tiny little circuit the size of ones Thumb that basically enables constant circuit from a USB Pineapple Juice, then when you get home and notice your Pineapple Juice is almost dead, plug in the Mark V wall adapter and flip a switch to switch from USB Battery to the Wall AC outlet. Basically a constant flow from ether a DC or AC power source to have your Pineapple. I know it's intense voltage regulation, but I wanted to post this into the wild and see if anyone experienced can chime in on if this is completely doable or I'm just a dope and shouldn't bother.
  4. Thanks everyone, got mine in the UK today, flashed it and works out of the box. I've notice that's there no uk style plug for the battery on the pineapple juice, Is it better for me to use a us to uk plug, to charge the battery, As i've seen post's on here about issue with people using the Mkv power supply to charge, And not the one supplied with the battery. Just asking before I endup finding a possable power supply ( That match the power output ) I may have with all the spare router's I have that not in use
  5. I have been reading quite a bit about the Pineapple Juice battery charging... but I am now confused. Some posts say to have the power switch on... some say off, some say charge until pack is green, some say charge until plug is red... Some speak of multiple lights.... So.... I have the "elite kit" (http://hakshop.myshopify.com/collections/wifi-pineapple/products/wifi-pineapple-mark-v-elite-kit-upgrade) with a battery with only one light on it. The charger also has a single light on it. Do I charge it until the adapter is green, or red? Do I charge it with the light on the pack itself is red, or green, or do I leave the switch off? confusing sources, different juices: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/30805-pineapple-juice-8800/?hl=juice https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/31171-pineapple-juice-problem/?hl=juice
  6. it appears to be a kickstarter for a solar powered phone/tablet recharger. is it too small/not powerful enough? or something to kick around as a possible idea http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/wakawakalight/wakawaka-power-the-best-compact-solar-power-statio
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