[rescue] Voyager port identification

Phil Stracchino alaric at metrocast.net
Mon Oct 20 07:39:01 CDT 2008

Joost van de Griek wrote:
> 2008/10/20 Phil Stracchino <alaric at metrocast.net>:
>> Joost van de Griek wrote:
>>> It can have a battery. batteries are shaped exactly like the
>>> (removable) PSU, and slot in its place.
>> Ah, I see ... in which case you'd charge it from a DC power supply in
>> that other port?
> I think so, yeah. The specifics elude me right now, I don't have any
> documentation or a Voyager handy.
> There's a (runoured to be unobtanium) cable involved, that much I
> know. I have a complete set with one of my Voyagers. The battery's
> dead, though, and I don't think I can rebuild it.
> If you remove the PCU, you'll see a connector at one end that matches
> the port you describe, right?

Upon checking, yes.

So was the Voyager originally intended to be a sort of luggable?

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