HACKED!: Old laptop battery becomes a Power bank

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1x TP4056:
1x Micro USB Breakout:
1x Toggle Switch:
1x XL6009 Boost Converter:
1x 5mm Red LED:
2x 5mm Green LED:
1x 2.2kΩ Resistor:
1x Female USB Port:

1x TP4056:
1x Micro USB Breakout:
1x Toggle Switch:
1x XL6009 Boost Converter:
1x 5mm Red LED:
2x 5mm Green LED:
1x 2.2kΩ Resistor:
1x Female USB Port:

In this episode of HACKED! I will convert a battery from an old laptop into a power bank which can charge my phone 4 to 5 times with a single charge.

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40 thoughts on “HACKED!: Old laptop battery becomes a Power bank

  1. Isn't it easier to find electronics from a power bank with a faulty battery? Many people throw them away, but electronics can be used with other batteries.

  2. why did you use the tp4056 plugged with a micro usb breakout? your plug was mini instead micro? or there is some other reason

  3. great channel ! could you please do the "less simple" process and show how to go about using the battery's own controlboard to charge the pack outside of the laptop and when allready dismantled.

  4. Sir on my xl6009 booster, the voltage suddenly increases from from 5v to higher voltage when changing a device

    What can i do for this problem?
    Please help

  5. after finishing my own version i found that the charging current is roughly 0.5A "very low" it takes my about 7.5hrs to charge my phone 100%

  6. At 1:27 in the video, what is this black point with the 2 red cables? I dismantle my battery pack and I'm trying to understand what are these (I have two of them)

  7. Just power on the laptop and put it on sleep works as power bank😂, but wont charge fast unless make some modification to data cable.

  8. Scott I have a question I brought this 10000mAh powerbank but later I wanna upgrade it to 20000mAh and I got 20000mAh li-ion battery so if I change the battery to 20000mAh, will there be a problem on the circuit board. Please help🙏🏻

  9. this should never be done… I'm sorry but lithium ion batteries aren't like AA's. They only need exposure to air to catch fire. Just watch any video of E-sigs or even cell phones exploding in peoples pockets or while using. (and the cell phone batteries were even commercially made) Someone at home trying this could easily make a mistake and seriously injure themselves.

  10. I need help please, I built one with the same components except for the lipo batteries but they output nearly the same specs, the batteries are capable of outputting 2350 Ma, 14.80 volts and 34.78 watts, but the trouble I’m having is that it only works on very short charging cables (less than 1ft) and will not charge through anything longer than that. Can anyone help me out?

  11. Hi GreatScott, could you also build 12V Router UPS with 18650 batteries that can Power Router and can be charged at the same time with balancing features.

  12. It may be too late now but I think it would be best to solder the data pins of the USB connector together as this will allow the maximum current to be drawn by the smartphone, around 1.5A. If you dont it will default in aroun 0.8A.

  13. Sir i was making power bank as you showed
    But i want to know what micro usb breakout do in this case i think it does not need

  14. isnt tp4056 for single 18650 only? why in other videos they tweak the tp4056 chip when charging 2 or more batteries? thnx

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  16. I salvaged 9x CGR18650CE 2250mAh with typical capacity of 2100mAh
    I'm exited to do my own monstrous powerbank

  17. why not use 134N3P module which has basically all the required components, just need to connect the batteries, and the module costs only 2$.

  18. i really hate how the new laptops needs to be completely disassembled to remove the battery 🙁
    an amateur will have trouble removing some stuff

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