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  1. ricsip's Avatar
    Timothy, Jeff, Mandos:
    If one of you could do a favor, and read the CR-200 NFC tag with an NFC tag reader app, and post the content here, I can test if the tag can be programmed to a cheap sticker as well, to activate the driving mode on my 920, that would be great (doesnt cost you anything, but would save me 100$)
    08-16-2013 01:33 AM
  2. bozza72's Avatar
    yes it can & have been doing it for ages, when you program a new tag find nokia accesseries in the tag section and you will see the cr200 & DT900. i use tag interactor NFC interactor | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)

    says its paid but it gives you a free trial
    08-16-2013 01:56 AM
  3. ricsip's Avatar
    Oh, you are totally right, my NFC interactor already knows this product code. So I can start testing...
    08-16-2013 02:25 AM
  4. demonp82's Avatar
    Hi! I would just ask the owners of CR200, how it performs? With lumia 920 and here drive. I'm asking because for now I use a small Belkin charger in the car (5V, 1A), but the battery drains faster than charging with navigation. Please tell me your expirience.
    08-28-2013 12:45 PM
  5. hopmedic's Avatar
    The car charger, like the desktop charging plates, is 12 volt 0.75 amp. Of course, it's going to step down the voltage, which I'm guessing it may do between the coils of the charger and the phone's Qi coil. Take that 12v/0.75a down to 5v, and you end up with 1.8a. Which would mean that the phone will charge faster wirelessly. Now keep in mind that there will be some loss in the wireless process, and that will depend on a few things (including how thick your case is, if you have one), but I really doubt you're going to lose 0.8 amps or more.

    My own experience is that if using Drive and streaming bluetooth with my corded charger (which I never looked at for current supplied), the phone would slowly deplete the battery. I made a Frankenstein charger, using a DT-900 charging plate because I didn't want to spend $75 or more for the CR-200 (and because I wanted a different mounting style), and not only does my phone now maintain, but it charges. I did a test and went from 88% to 100% in 25 minutes or less (I don't know exactly when it hit 100) while using drive and streaming Bluetooth podcast. Here's my rig:
    http://forums.windowscentral.com/nok...tm#post2061550
    08-29-2013 01:10 PM
  6. demonp82's Avatar
    Thanx I've seen your Frankenstein already! Thats cool! But the problem is - I do not have a wireless plate neither. So I have to start from 0 in all cases.
    09-01-2013 04:42 PM
  7. hakan439's Avatar
    Hi!

    can anyone tell me the diameter of the suctioncup?
    I am planning to place it inside one of the the cup holders.
    09-06-2013 10:46 AM
  8. adidaslim's Avatar


    here's my quick review of the charger! i'm loving it so far!!
    07-29-2014 01:21 PM
  9. anon(5383410)'s Avatar
    Wait if I read you correctly, you can start your car with it? What is this skynet?
    07-29-2014 01:25 PM
  10. Ejay Lozano's Avatar
    The sticky pad broke off mine to I used the power adapter supplied with the holder and a dt-900 pad and made my own diy car charger...
    05-10-2015 10:49 AM
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