Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts. We will be covering the NES in this Instructable, but you can make a portable out of any console you want. Before we discuss where to get batteries, you need to think about what kind of batteries you want.
What you need:Phillips screwdriverNESOnce everything is assured to be working, you need to take apart the system. What you need:Desoldering IronIf there are any more big things that can be removed, then do so. What you need: 2N4401 Amplifying Transistor 33ohm Resistor (Orange-Orange-Black-Gold) 220ohm Resistor (Red-Red-Brown-Gold) Soldering Iron The RF box did more than just turn the composite to RF.
What you need:Soldering Iron7805 Regulator470ohm Resistor220ohm ResistorDon't hook up the screen just yet - we need to build a small regulator for the screen. What you need:Drill with plenty of bitsFor both switches, I used a drill with various sized bits to make the holes.
In this Instructable I will teach you everything you need to know to put together a portable. This Instructable will play with a new format; because the parts list is so huge, it would be ridiculous to post it all in one step.
This project requires that you already have the basic knowledge to solder, use tools, simple stuff like that.

I urge you to read the following steps on picking and ordering a console, screen, and batteries. I tried to do this to my nes and the whole 4th pin popped out and my nes doesnt turn on anymore!
I understand everything having to do with Av cables and other things like that but I have trouble understanding batteries. I can't really tell from the pictures, so I wanted to ask - how can you make sure that the new cartridge port is installed the correct way? This step seems a bit vague, what piece of equipment will I need to use these batteries with the system? From what I have read on forums, a handheld would be EXTREMELY hard because it i big and there isn't much that can be removed. Sometimes my Instructables are few and far between, but I try to make them as well as I can. This knowledge could help you if you had to bug out as this is really simple to build and you could dismantle and erect this in 30 mins or less. If you liked this post, maybe you will like some of our others, you can check some related articles below or search via categories on the right, be warned, you will be on here for hours. First I should clarify – there are solar panels, solar chargers and solar generators. A solar generator like this would be awesome for camping, fishing and emergency preparedness etc. This guide assumes, however, that you would have no clue where to start when building a portable.

I was wondering, would there be an easy way to add a battery life indicator so i know when the battery is about to die?
The thing is whenever I look up tutorials people bring up regulators and stuff I don't understand.
These are simple to build as they are basically just a solar panel that produces electricity and charges when the sun is out, but when the sun goes in, it does nothing.
This tutorial is to build a simple weatherproof solar generator – when the sun is shining the panel produces electricity AND then charges (and tops up) an internal battery so you can store the electricity to use later. This console has tons of great games (SMB3, Kirby's Adventure, Legend of Zelda, and Mike Tyson's Punch Out, just to name a few.) and is a easy console to start with. To be fully weatherproof I would probably make a little cover to go over the external socket, just to keep it dry. This is a huge community dedicated to making awesome handhelds, and it contains information on how to get power, video, etc. Please reply and thanks for this thread thing because I understand little more about batteries now. If you are going to do a console other than the NES - which is what we are going to work with in this Instructable - then you need to check out that site.

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