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Is it possible to replace the laptop charging cable with a USB connection?


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A little more detailed:

I have Antique vostro 3550 (approximately 9 years old).

To charge it (or at the moment simply so that it has electricity because the battery has gone pipe long ago) there is a cable connection to the computer. This cable, which comes out of the computer, ends in a small "box" that is (I understand) in many charging cables of computers (Which I do not know what it is called) and to it is connected another cable whose end connects to the power outlet.

2 Questions:

Is there a cable whose one side is the input to the computer and the other side is a USB port?

2. If there is one, can I buy it and then use In such a charge Instead of all the cumbersome cable we currently have (i.e. the original cable that the computer came with)?

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1. Yes. For example.

2. Check the current and voltage supplied by the current charger. If you find a smaller one that meets the requirements there is no reason why it should not work.

interesting. Thanks!

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By "smaller" do you mean it supports less "voltage" or whatever it's called so it's within the allowable limit so it should work?

 

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interesting.

 

I wonder if it works.

Filled cable costs pennies, but if you order a charger and it does not work in the end,

This is a problem at best, or it will fry your mobile at worst.

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Another question unrelated to the matter itself but yes to the argument cable.

Suppose I order from Amazon a computer and assume that its cable is also divided into two: one cable that comes out of the computer and ends in this "box" and a second cable that goes into this box and connects at the end to the power outlet.

Can I take any cable Another (for example the one from the current computer) and replace it with the cable that comes with the computer (because the socket at the end is American)?

That is, replace only the cable that comes out of this box and connects to electricity.

 

 

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Stop calling it a box. It's a charge.

The cable that comes out of the charger and connects to the electrical outlet in the house is called a kettle cable.

Yes you can replace the American kettle cable with an Israeli one.

 

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Can I buy it then use In such a charge

His plug is American. Look for an Israeli plug.

 

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I wonder if it works.

It works so that it is hidden at the end of the Type C chip sync, also note that it is longer to hold the chip. It communicates with the charger to output a voltage of 20V. I don't think you should mess with it unless you really have to.

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It works so that it is hidden at the end of the Type C chip sync, also note that it is longer to hold the chip. It communicates with the charger to output a voltage of 20V

 

OK

I do not rule out what you say, but personally, I would stick to that -

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I don't think you should mess with it unless you really have to.

 

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Stop calling it a box. It's a charge.

The cable that comes out of the charger and connects to the electrical outlet in the house is called a kettle cable.

Yes you can replace the American kettle cable with an Israeli one.

 

His plug is American. Look for an Israeli plug.

 

It works so that it is hidden at the end of the Type C chip sync, also note that it is longer to hold the chip. It communicates with the charger to output a voltage of 20V. I don't think you should mess with it unless you really have to.

Bless you. Thanks.

 

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