Hi folks, I wasn't sure where else to ask this question, but I was hoping for a little bit of help. I'd like to take an inductive cell phone charger like the Palm touchstone setup, but modify it for use with a baby monitor. We have a motorola monitor that takes a 6V 500mA charger, and it's sort of a pain because it's not standard USB, so if we're downstairs or something, we generally have to remember to take the charger with us. I suppose I could just buy a second one, but I'd like to just plop this thing down on the kitchen table and have it charge. So given that I have a 5V touchstone and coil, would it be incredibly difficult to modify that for 6V? I know next to nothing about electronics, but I'm handy enough with a soldering iron and could probably figure it out if someone were to provide a starting point. I'm guessing that the inductive coil generates AC output and there's some kind of rectifier (3 diodes?) to step it down to 5VDC. Is it as simple as adding a resistor to get 6V?