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An inside view of a Inferno 650 battery

Postby RockClimb » Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:30 pm

I was given a dead 650 battery recently to disassemble. I decided to do the same with it as the Magma atty and post the pictures. inside-view-magma-atty-t6098.html

First we have the atty connector/button housing.

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It provides the electrical connection for the atty as well as holding the button housing securely in place. There is also a small cushion stuck to the bottom of the housing to help protect it from some but NOT all drops.

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The button housing holds the button cover that we see and press,

button-cover.jpg


and the actual button printed circuit board. This circuit board contains the MOSFET that controls the current to the atty connector, the LEDs that provide the light you see when you press the button, as well as an IC that most likely controls the charging of the battery, LED flashing and possibly the pulse output to the MOSFET.

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Then comes the 2.41Wh battery, (unwrapped)

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and various interconnecting wires.

wires.jpg


At the bottom of the battery is another cushion.

cushion.jpg


Next is the USB housing.

usb-housing.jpg


It holds the USB printed circuit board. This circuit board contains the LED that you see when charging it with a USB cable and a few other components that probably control switching the charging off and on when using it as a Pass-Thru.

usb-pcb.jpg


Last we have the shell that holds it all together and the USB cover.

shell.jpg


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Re: An inside view of a Inferno 650 battery

Postby techienerdnc » Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:54 pm

wasn't it hard enough on us to see Chris destroy one??!!!

oh the horror!!! :cry: :cry: :(

However, good pics rock, and thanks for the knowledge! :clap: :thumbup:
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Re: An inside view of a Inferno 650 battery

Postby Artist Boy » Thu Jul 21, 2011 5:19 pm

But Rocks looks like it could be put back together and still work. Chris' ... not so much.
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Re: An inside view of a Inferno 650 battery

Postby techienerdnc » Thu Jul 21, 2011 5:30 pm

indeed. Rock, how did you get the battery sleeve off so clean?
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Re: An inside view of a Inferno 650 battery

Postby Artist Boy » Thu Jul 21, 2011 5:36 pm

he learned his secrets from a master. :think: :silent: ;)
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Re: An inside view of a Inferno 650 battery

Postby nitrojuga » Thu Jul 21, 2011 7:00 pm

techienerdnc wrote:wasn't it hard enough on us to see Chris destroy one??!!!

oh the horror!!! :cry: :cry: :(

However, good pics rock, and thanks for the knowledge! :clap: :thumbup:

If it makes you feel any better, this Inferno was already dead.
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Re: An inside view of a Inferno 650 battery

Postby RockClimb » Thu Jul 21, 2011 8:27 pm

It was dead and had a voided warranty. The only working equipment I have ever taken apart was a Blu PCC, and it was a preemptive move. :lol: Many of my non picture taking dis-assemblies are not as non destructive.

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Re: An inside view of a Inferno 650 battery

Postby techienerdnc » Fri Jul 22, 2011 1:04 pm

If it makes you feel any better, this Inferno was already dead.


I know...Rock said it from the get-go

I was given a dead 650 battery recently to disassemble. I decided to do the same with it as the Magma atty and post the pictures. inside-view-magma-atty-t6098.html


I see my attempt at sarcasm has failed me. I guess I have no witty ninja skills. :yawn: :( :lolno:
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Re: An inside view of a Inferno 650 battery

Postby Spaazztik » Sun Jul 31, 2011 10:23 pm

At least it was already dead. Pretty sweet to see inside of, especially be really into electronics it was a bit sad to think of it being torn apart and being dead even but it was interesting to look at.
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Re: An inside view of a Inferno 650 battery

Postby Programjunkie » Mon Aug 01, 2011 2:27 am

Good job, Rock. I really enjoyed looking at the inside of this thing I keep around my neck at all waking(and sometimes nonwaking) hours.
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