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Prying Eyes: Is the Mighty Charger worth it?

03 Nov 2015  | Brian Dipert

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And here's another section of the back panel, providing specifications (a scant-sized user manual is also provided):



Here are the front and back views of one of the chargers, absent the packaging:




The dissimilarity of the two visible screws admittedly left me with an initial "shoddy assembly" impression in spite of an inspection sticker intended to imply otherwise:




Three other screws are hidden underneath the back-panel sticker:



Remove them all, and subsequently prying away the chassis from the circuitry inside is a straightforward exercise. The clear plastic that insulates the AC terminals from the close-proximity PCB is a nice touch:



Here's a closeup of the PCB back panel:




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