RPi UPSPack

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Rpi UPSPack


Rpi UPSPack
Rpi UPSPack
Rpi UPSPack

Instruction

  • Support charge while discharge, it will not affect the output of UPS power supply when external power outage.
  • Two power modes: Outdoor portable model and Indoor UPS power supply mode:
  • As an outdoor portable power supply, the motherboard is powered by a lithium battery, and the maximum external power supply capacity is 5.1V, 2.5A.
  • As an indoor UPS power supply mode: MicroUSB plugs into a normal 5V,2A power adapter, and the external output interface(USB-A interface) can output a maximum of 5.1A, 3A
  • 4+2LED to shows charger and discharger, battery power status
  • Protect function, The external output port has a self-recovery fuse to prevent the raspberry pi from being burnt due to an external short circuit.
  • Two output modes, except for the regular output via USB port. At high currents, such as for high loads above 2.5A, the voltage drop across the USB cable is a problem that cannot be ignored. Therefore, we provide a 2.54mm header, which is welded at the Raspberry Pi GPIO 5V interface for direct power supply, to minimize the cable damaged and pressure drop.

UPS Hat Specification

  • Size: 8.5cm x 5.5cm x 0.9cm
  • Weight: 35g

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Anonymous user #6

5 days ago
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Hello! I have a problem: 1- Feed the UPS and connect a Raspberry Pi. Everything works and indicates that the battery is charging (red LED flashes) - OK. 2- After a while, the red led stays fixed (battery charged) - OK. 3- After, the battery begins to discharge, but the red LED remains fixed and the charging is no longer started, so the battery is completely discharged and the Raspberry Pi stops - KO. All this with the 5V power supply (micro USB) permanently connected to the UPS. I can only avoid this if, when the battery is being discharged, I disconnect the 5V power supply (micro USB), wait for the red LED to turn off, and turn it on again. I think that in point 3, it should automatically start charging the battery again, right?

Thanks and best regards

Admin

4 days ago
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Hello friend, For the PONIT 3:3- After, the battery begins to discharge, but the red LED remains fixed and the charging is no longer started, so the battery is completely discharged and the Raspberry Pi stops - KO. How do you connect each device? Please contact us by support@geekworm.com to send some photos or video to us for us to check the detaild. You know, sometimes it is hard to show the problem by wrods. Thank you! Best regards,

Cindy/Geekworm

Anonymous user #4

one month ago
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Thank for this product and nice wiki page. Love mine :-)

Just a question : any way to monitor UPS battery status from PI OS ?

Anonymous user #5

one month ago
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Hi sir, Sorry that it can't monitor UPS battery status from PI OS. But it has 4+2LED to shows charger and discharger, battery power status.

Best regards,

Geekworm Store

Anonymous user #3

one month ago
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Can i know where i can by this from? and does is it similar to "http://www.r...PS_HAT_Board"?

Admin

one month ago
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Hello sir, You can order the Raspberry Pi UPS Pack board from Geekworm Official Website: https://geek...ansion-board And it has some difference, you can check the details by compare them. If any more questions, please contact us. Best regards,

Cindy/Geekworm

Anonymous user #2

2 months ago
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Hi, I want to export all leds, do you have a datasheet about these leds? (power/charge/level batt)

Best regards

Admin

2 months ago
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Hello sir, Sorry, we do not have the datasheet, these led on the board has power led and 4 battery voltage led, they marked clearly on the photo above, please have a look. Best regards,

Cindy/Geekworm

Anonymous user #1

2 months ago
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A board has failed, it is possible to have the schematic for the repair.

paolo.carecci@gmail.com

Admin

2 months ago
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Hello sir, Sorry, we can not provide the schematic, all the information are on the wiki page, please check. Best regards,

Cindy/Geekworm

Admin

2 months ago
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Hello sir, We get your email, and we help you check it, the capacitor is MLCC 47uF, package1206 47uF, and Withstand voltage 16V+ is ok. Best regards,

Geekworm