Wired’s Ben Kuchera and Nicky Henson report on how a simple electric skateboards charging kit works and how to get the most out of your electric skateboarding kit.
We talked to the two of them about the technology, charging, and how they set out to make the DIY electric boards that are more affordable and practical than their high-end electric skate boards.
If you have a tech-savvy friend or family member, or even just a little DIYer in your life, you may have noticed the word “diy” on the covers of tech publications over the last couple of years.
The word “hobby” is used frequently in tech circles to describe hobby projects that you are not sure if you can actually get done.
If you have never considered doing anything yourself, or if you have only recently gotten into electronics, you should check out this article from TechCrunch to learn more about how to make DIY electronics.
You can also get started with your own DIY electric board using these simple steps: 1.
Cut out a small square of paper about a foot in diameter.
Mark off a small spot where you want to charge your board.
Fill your battery up with water and place it in the spot marked with the square.
Cover the spot with plastic tape.
Wrap the plastic tape around the spot and tape it shut.
Connect your battery to the power outlet, connect the power cable to the board, and plug in your board’s battery.
Check the battery’s level.
Wait for the board to charge.
You will need to repeat this process three times.
You can also use this method to charge an iPhone 6s or 7 Plus, which can charge your battery for hours at a time.
This DIY charging kit has some tricks up its sleeve.
1) If you are using a 5V battery, make sure you get the right one.
The charger for the 4-cell version is a small black plastic clip that fits perfectly into your phone’s battery compartment.
If your charger is a 3.3V or 2.5V version, you can add an adapter.
I used the 6-pin Molex adapter that comes with my Nexus 5X and my Nexus 6.
There are other adapters that work with 5V, 2.6V, and 3.0V chargers.
However, for the 5V version of the kit, I used a 5-pin power cable.
The 5-port cable can be found in most electronics stores, and you can use a 5v cable to charge a USB port, micro USB port (like this one from Digikey), or any other type of power outlet.
While this setup has worked for me, it’s a bit trickier to get to the next step.
For this step, you will need the following items: a. a battery.
You can use an ordinary 2.7V or 3.6 volt battery (the ones with the small holes on the sides) or a 4.5 volt battery.
If you plan on using the 3.5 V version of your battery, you might want to purchase a new battery to charge that one.
b. a power cord.
This one comes in a variety of colors.
It can be used to power your iPhone or tablet, a PC, or anything else you want your DIY battery to do. c. a connector that goes straight to the charger.
I used the one found in a box of batteries for the charger I bought.
d. a screwdriver.
When you get to step 10, you need to remove the plastic wrap on the inside of the hole marked with your marker.
Open up the plastic piece you just removed.
Next, carefully pull out the screwdriver and insert it into the hole.
Make sure to insert it exactly where you made your mark, and then pull out as hard as you can.
Now, hold your board in place with the screwdrivers and use the screw drivers to carefully push the plastic portion into the battery compartment, pulling it out slowly and carefully.
Your battery should now be in its charging position, and if everything went well, you have successfully recharged your DIY electric motor.
At this point, you’ll want to get some fresh air and start charging the board.
I put the board in a small bowl of water and let it sit there for a few minutes to allow it to fully charge.
The board is fully charged!
Now that your DIY motor is fully powered, you are ready to begin making some cool stuff.
First, the most important part of this DIY electric kit: the charger!
To charge the board you’ll need to get your charger.
Here’s how you do it.
To make sure your charger works