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Replacement battery/Accu 9.6 V 2000 mAh for Bosh type 2607335461

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/03/27

Just in case I want a replacement battery/Accu 9.6 V 2000 mAh for Bosh type 2607335461, there are two:

For me the type doesn’t matter as my AL60DV 1411 chargers can charge both types if they are between 7.2 and 14.4 volts:

–jeroen

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On job interviews; both on interviewing and being interviewed

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/03/07

Two interesting blog entries to read for both sides of the interview:

–jeroen

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The Best Time to Buy Anything During the Year 2017 – Lifehacker

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/03/03

I wonder if this applies to Europe as well as the USA: [WayBackThe Best Time to Buy Anything During the Year 2017 – Lifehacker

–jeroen

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Is this a good TeamViewer replacement? Ammyy Admin – Remote Desktop Sharing – buy.

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/03/02

Anybody of my followers who can provide a good comparison between [WayBackAmmyy Admin – Remote Desktop Sharing and TeamViewer?

–jeroen

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230 V safety on the work bench – Put your power supply in an old tablet container…

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/02/28

Great tip from Nelis Willers:

230 V safety on the work bench.
Put your power supply in an old tablet container. The high voltage is safely encapsulated and will not accidentally touch something. Of course don’t do this for a kW supply, only where low heat is generated, otherwise you might set a fire!

Source: 230 V safety on the work bench. Put your power supply in an old tablet container…

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