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04-06-2013, 01:58 PM
Anyone else thought of using them? I've been using 1.2v Ni-Mh batteries, but they haven't been lasting long, I think the Ouya controller doesn't have much tolerance for voltages too lower than 3V, so a single rechargeable battery in one side with a dummy battery on the other side should work. The battery is shorter than an A battery, but the only size that matches an A battery in length is the 17500, but it's a different voltage (3.6V) and too wide for the Ouya's battery compartment
04-06-2013, 02:32 PM
I can not find the controller PCB/schematics anywhere.
But a good idea, I will look into it once it arrives for me!
But from what I heard in other threads normal batteries lasted for months, I think this is cheaper for me.
04-10-2013, 05:51 PM
There are rechargeable alkaline batteries that deliver 1.5V, they don't cost more than other rechargeable batteries either. I have only used these for a short while but i have not encountered any issues in using them.
04-12-2013, 06:04 AM
I've used lithium batteries when I had my car with me. Yesterday, I have read posts with regards to such batteries and it was said that there are serious safety concerns with the current lithium-ion batteries that are used in electric and hybrid vehicles. However, a research firm says that it has found a way to make a safer battery that can produce a longer driving range by utilizing a solid electrolyte instead of a liquid one.
Have a review on this internet page! (http://personalmoneynetwork.com/moneyblog/2013/01/28/next-gen-lithium-ion-batteries/)
04-12-2013, 09:36 AM
a research firm says that it has found a way to make a safer battery that can produce a longer driving range by utilizing a solid electrolyte instead of a liquid one.
I thought that was old news http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithium_polymer_battery#Design_origin#
But seems like it is yet another idea..the article is quite new.
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