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Tips for Choosing a Portable Charger for DELL Laptops

Updated on February 23, 2014

Battery Charger

Battery charging and supplying
Battery charging and supplying

The portable charger products are very popular now, and MiscTek has put a lot of efforts on the research, to offer the multi-functional products to the customers. The DELL laptops only use the original adapter. So if the people use a third-party battery charger to connect the Dell laptop, it can only supply power to the laptop but cannot charge the battery of the laptop. The Dell system will refuse the non-original adapter kits for charging power to its battery. In this case, if the battery runs out, the laptop can only work as a PC with a non-original adapter. This is because the laptop battery cannot get power from the third-party adapter.

Portable Charger

Portable Charger
Portable Charger

Now there are a lot of phone charger products for mobile devices, notebook and music players, as well as the digital devices used in the vehicle. If people do not use a correct solar charger for the device, it may cause trouble. So in this article, we want to study the reason why an original adapter can supply power to the battery of the DELL laptop.

DELL Laptop and Original Adapter

DELL Laptop and Original Adapter
DELL Laptop and Original Adapter

It is definitely wrong to copy a DELL adapter, but people need to find a solution for the universal external power supply for the laptop battery, such as the third-party portable charger and battery charger. As DELL is one of the biggest suppliers of computer in the world, it is necessary to know how to get this topic done.

Verification Module of the DELL Adapter

Verification Module of the DELL Adapter
Verification Module of the DELL Adapter

One easy way to know the secret of the original DELL adapter is to find a sample. We can start with the DELL original 19V/90W adapter. After opening the adapter sample, we can see a special module in it, which is an identification module. In a general practice, a universal phone charger does not have such a module. This is the difference between the original kit and the third-party kit. So there is a possibility that in the DELL laptop has a host module in it, and it drives the adapter module to determine whether the connected adapter is an original one or not. If the adapter module cannot match the verification from the laptop, the DELL system will refuse to charge the battery. Generally, the third-party solar charger products will not equip with such identification module. That is why they cannot charge the DELL laptop.

Approved Third-party Portable Charger Connector for DELL Laptop

Approved Third-party Portable Charger Connector for DELL Laptop
Approved Third-party Portable Charger Connector for DELL Laptop

After knowing the secret of the original adapter, the next step is to set up a similar identification module to match the host module in the DELL laptop. For example, MiscTek Technology Limited has successfully found a solution to fix the problem. So far the newly designed portable charger is compatible with all tested laptops.

As not all users have the DELL laptops, and the users may use two or even more laptops of different brands. So for convenience, MiscTek builds the identification module into a connector, not the battery charger itself. In this case, if the users want to charge the DELL laptop, they can connect this adapter between the third-party charger and the laptop. If users use another laptop, they can connect the third-party charger to the laptop directly.

Besides, a perfect solar charger product should have the function of comprehensive protection, such as the over-load protection and over-temperature protection. MiscTek’s phone charger products have such functions.

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