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DIY IKEA wireless Qi charging for the Hexiwear

Thursday, December 29th, 2016

Erich Styger built a DIY a wireless charging system for the Hexiwear: The Achilles Heel of the Mikroelektronika Hexiwear is its charging: the charging and USB connector are only designed for a limited number of plug-unplug cycles, and it does not have a wireless charging capability like the Apple iWatch....

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Hacking a LAMPAN Ikea lamp

Friday, April 24th, 2015

Jesus Echavarria wrote an article detailing how he hacked the LAMPAN Ikea lamp: The aim of this project, besides my own entertainment, is to have a lamp with the following features: First, and obviously, maintain the connection for a light bulb, for the times that she wants to read before sleep. Set...

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Hand powered USB charger from hacked IKEA flashlight

Saturday, July 19th, 2014

Werner sends this handy hack he found at IKEAHackers. Giovanni Gentile devised this simple hack which mods an IKEA Ljusa hand powered flashlight into a USB charger. "The procedure was simple, it was enough to eliminate some resistors and use a capacitor sufficient to handle the charge given by the...

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