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thinhnghiem
Post  Post subject: Charged or discharged  |  Posted: Fri Sep 02, 2016 8:48 am

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Dear all,

I have an amusing experiment with my smart phone charger. That is, after charging it fully, I connect its input and output toghether, and get surprise result.
Could you see in my youtube clip and give your explanation here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XtVLUv4pgg

Thanks

Thinh Nghiem


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gbalkam
Post  Post subject: Re: Charged or discharged  |  Posted: Mon Sep 26, 2016 5:33 am
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thinhnghiem wrote:
Dear all,

I have an amusing experiment with my smart phone charger. That is, after charging it fully, I connect its input and output toghether, and get surprise result.
Could you see in my youtube clip and give your explanation here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XtVLUv4pgg

Thanks

Thinh Nghiem



I'm amazed at the results.. it didn't catch fire like it should have. You basically created a hard short and got lucky. The only reason i can think of is internal software to regulate discharge and perhaps the looping wire was high enough gauge to carry the current without generating a lot of heat. You should avoid future experiments if you can not conduct them in a responsible manner.


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scire
Post  Post subject: Re: Charged or discharged  |  Posted: Mon Sep 26, 2016 1:28 pm

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gbalkam wrote:
thinhnghiem wrote:
Dear all,

I have an amusing experiment with my smart phone charger. That is, after charging it fully, I connect its input and output toghether, and get surprise result.
Could you see in my youtube clip and give your explanation here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XtVLUv4pgg

Thanks

Thinh Nghiem



I'm amazed at the results.. it didn't catch fire like it should have. You basically created a hard short and got lucky. The only reason i can think of is internal software to regulate discharge and perhaps the looping wire was high enough gauge to carry the current without generating a lot of heat. You should avoid future experiments if you can not conduct them in a responsible manner.


He posted this on the .com site and already received explanations on his video. It's surprising that he also posted it here as if something magical is going on, since this was discussed at length in his other thread.


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