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So, I opened my 4$ wireless mouse and there is two pins power connector to a bettery. I wonder if I can plug it to a motherboard or something so I can charge a rechargeable battery I have?

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4 minutes ago, ahmhaf said:

So, I opened my 4$ wireless mouse and there is two pins power connector to a bettery. I wonder if I can plug it to a motherboard or something so I can charge a rechargeable battery I have?

 

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Are you trying to blow the batteries up? 

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  1. Why a 4 dollar wireless mouse?
  2. What motherboard, a computer's motherboard? Everything that fits doesn't mean it is supposed to be there.
  3. That's not how charging batteries works.
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14 hours ago, Just that Mario said:
  1. Why a 4 dollar wireless mouse?
  2. What motherboard, a computer's motherboard? Everything that fits doesn't mean it is supposed to be there.
  3. That's not how charging batteries works.

So, I have a little knowledge about these stuff, more like no knowledge! But I thought if u have two pins like the led light of a power switch the electric current has to go throughout switch it to a battery and u get a battery charging. I know that this not it almost for sure. But the idea from my post is to get some explanations and ideas from people. I am no dummy!

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19 hours ago, ahmhaf said:

So, I have a little knowledge about these stuff, more like no knowledge! But I thought if u have two pins like the led light of a power switch the electric current has to go throughout switch it to a battery and u get a battery charging. I know that this not it almost for sure. But the idea from my post is to get some explanations and ideas from people. I am no dummy!

Of course current will flow, but charging batteries isn't that simple. I don't remember much on this topic anymore, but you need to be able to control current and voltage. Your best bet is to google how different batteries are being charged.

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Nicad AA’s? Throw into a regular charger like a cheap energizer wall charger or something. Maybe buy some cheap rechargeables?

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