Message d'origine par : oldturkey03 ,
Brian Davis, I am not absolutely familiar with the Flip's battery, but most of the smart batteries use a single wire system, which delivers data communications through one wire. They use the common positive usually far right, and the negative battery terminal, usually far left. One single data terminal, which also provides the clock information and for safety reasons, most battery manufacturers run a separate wire for temperature sensing, hence four contacts. These are not your dads old batteries anymore, they have gotten way smarter...:-) Hope this helps, good luck.