does AC adapters..5V 1mA fits for the Clip+?

does AC adapters…5V 1mA fits for the Clip+?
and wont burn my Clip or the Battery? or maybe will shorten the battery lifetime…?

thank

It should be just fine. 5 volts, no more (more will blow the Clip out) is what is needed, and anything around 350mA or greater is fine (even less will work, but the charging may take longer)–the Clip just “sips” the amperage and takes what is needed. With your charger, you meant that it is 1 amp., right?

@miikerman wrote:
It should be just fine. 5 volts, no more (more will blow the Clip out) is what is needed, and anything around 350mA or greater is fine (even less will work, but the charging may take longer)–the Clip just “sips” the amperage and takes what is needed. With your charger, you meant that it is 1 amp., right?

yes sorry 1000mA

but then its like NiCad fast charge?? if  the amp is grater then needed and it will make the lifetime of the battery shorter…?
the battery should be compatible with fast charge…

@ronpeer wrote:


@miikerman wrote:
It should be just fine. 5 volts, no more (more will blow the Clip out) is what is needed, and anything around 350mA or greater is fine (even less will work, but the charging may take longer)–the Clip just “sips” the amperage and takes what is needed. With your charger, you meant that it is 1 amp., right?


yes sorry 1000mA

but then its like NiCad fast charge?? if  the amp is grater then needed and it will make the lifetime of the battery shorter…?
the battery should be compatible with fast charge…

No.  All modern lipoly batteries are charged via a microcontroller that precisely controls the current supplied.  The rating on the AC adapter is meaningnless so long as it is greater then the 500mA required to be a USB charger.  

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Thanks…
and what is min V?

USB devices must be 5v.

As stated above.

Are  AC adapters…5V 1mA fits for the Clip+?Or what is approriate?

@bobbyray143 wrote:

Are  AC adapters…5V 1mA fits for the Clip+?Or what is approriate?

Read the posts above yours.