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  1. Mr Gray's Pineapple kit: I'm building a advance case (Not posted yet) I'll show you guys when i'm done with it. Please read threw full post before building. Basic case: Battery pack: Things you'll need (Multimeter) To test your power supply if your doing other types of power sources. (Battery pack x2) [8x "aa" Battery Holder] http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2062242 (9v Battery Snap Connector x2) http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2062218 (Rechargeable "aa" batteries at 1.5v each x16 or "aa" batteries at 1.5v x16) If you cannot find 1.5v aa batteries just use 1.2v. (Average Modem Power Cable x2) You can save $ if you go down to thrift shops and buy some used ones. Your going to need to tear them apart, average cost per cable $1 at thrift shop. I would get something like this one, (Heat Shrink Tubing) (Optional power switch) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Building the battery pack #1 Put x16 "aa" batteries in the x2 battery clips. #2 If you have a multimeter test the voltage that's coming out you want 12v for your Modem and your Pineapple for each battery pack. #3 Get your two modem power cables and cut the center of the wire, strip the + and - of the wire. #4 Grab your 9v battery snap connector and put two shrink tubes on each wire + - before you attach it test to see if it fits in your Pineapple and test the wiring that your on ++ to -- usually black or white strips on one of the wires means its + Attach the modem power cables to the 9v battery snap connectors 1x for each item. Then shrink your tubing. #5 Attach the 9v battery snap connector to the "aa" battery pack That's it for the battery packs. You could also get a 12v regulator and attach a larger power source. Here's a schematic on that, http://www.hidplanet.com/forums/showthread.php?25070-DIY-12v-Regulator -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For attaching a switch: When connecting to the plug if the switch is two prong it will be ++ to each prong. Like #1 prong will be attached to the + wire than the #2 prong will be attached to the other + wire. ------------------------------------------------------------Questions------------------------------------------------------------- I was wondering. If the DC is not plugged, is there any energy going out? No unless the DC port is touching together or attached to a piece of metal, etc. Oh and by the way, how long do you think this super battery can last if plugged 24/24? The person who made me want to create this from his post is j4k3 http://forums.hak5.o...le-on-a-budget/ And he said, "Mine lasts approximately 15 hours although the radio strength will decrease over time, the first couple of hours is perfect" Battery over heating issue: If you put the + and - wires together it will heat up the battery pack, which means that one of your two wires are touching. Or the DC plug is broken and touching together. Also you want to strip the wire around half an inch to provide a better connection. ----- It should work without the 9v snap. Use your own connectors as you choose. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Inspiration from, j4k3 http://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/29292-portable-pineapple-on-a-budget/
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