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bigblue30
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bigblue30

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    1. MilkyG
      MilkyG
      Hi BigBlue,

      I'm making the EverCool VV mod thanks to your awesome post. I just had one question though (sorry if it was already addressed). Should the 100uf caps be placed on the board in between the Vin and the PTR08100W? I thought that if using them to prevent "shock" to the chip was the goal that you'd want the caps between it and the delivered 7.4V input. Maybe it doesn't matter, but without the background you and some others have, I just wanted to make certain whether or not it's an issue. Thanks in advance!

      Sincerely,

      George (MilkyG)
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    3. squeeze
      squeeze
      Thanks! Bigblue30: I could not have made my evercool with out your help.
    4. Dubs58
      Dubs58
      question, (I've heard you know alittle about electronics) lol. How do you test "final" volt "Draw" vs. a standard volt test ? In other words Im asking about "load" volts, since everyone talks about after the power (3.7v) has passed thru the connector the actual voltage @ the atty isnt 3.7v ? Can you help me ?
    5. truelove
      truelove
      Hi big, hope your well.
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