With my FP1 coming to its end, I am looking at how to reuse its hardware as much as possible. One element is the battery.
I currently have 2 batteries for the FP1: the one that came with the phone and an additional (official FP) battery I bought later. I would like to reuse that for other electronics projects.
For that, I want to 3D print a holder for the battery of the FP1 phone to easily and safely connect wires. The 1st step is to define a 3D-model of the battery itself and then define the holder around that. I use openscad for that.
Has somebody already done this? (it would be nice to double-check my 3D model with that of somebody else?
Also, does anybody have any idea of the specifications of the batteries used in the FP1? OK, they are li-ion, 3.7 v and 2000 mAh, but how many C?
(or, put otherwize, how much current can be safely drown from the battery and how much current can it support to charge it?).
Anybody any idea?