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Maestro Max Battery Size is

k3Tim Member ✭✭✭
edited December 2016 in Maestro

I have been really enjoying using the Maestro with 6500!

This battery (Aukey model PB-T3)


fits the Maestro (almost) like a glove. The size is 165 X 73 X 18.8 (mm)  [ 6.5 x 2.9 x 0.74 inches]

One has to do some filing of a plastic rib to get the USB connector to fit so the back/battery cover can close. It's literally such a close fit the battery fits into the rectangular rib on the back cover. 

This bat does not "auto start" with Maestro but the bats ON button is accessible thru a slot in the cover.

The bat is sold as a quick charge but this refers to the device connected to it. Certain smartphones will trigger this device to enable quick charge circuit and output 9V-DC on the connector rather than 5.0V. If the device doesn't trigger the feature the std 5.0 V is output. 


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