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X750
X750
X750-A1


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X750-A1

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Anonymous user #8

9 days ago
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Guys, would you please advise which ports needs to be connected between X750 & X750-A2 between 2 X750-A2. The picture is taken from an angle that does not allow the lateral sockets to be identified (in/out)

Admin

4 days ago
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Hi friend,

We have updated the picture. Please refer to the 5th picture on the right of this page.

Anonymous user #7

22 days ago
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Hi, I bought a x750. What is the meaning of the jumper? Auto-On? L-SW? Please can someone explain the function to me? Thank you

Anonymous user #6

28 days ago
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Can anyone tell me how to implement this script? do I need to mv it to bin?

Anonymous user #5

one month ago
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Unknowingly, I ran my x750 & pi with a poor micro USB power supply plugged into the x750 overnight following some initial testing.Now the script is showing the voltage go up to an acceptable range (3.4v), but the issue is the capacity reading from the scrip is still showing 0% capacity, and the first battery indicator light is blinking still on the board. I removed all the power (the proper charger now plugged into the dc jack and batteries) and re-installed all of them, and the problem persists . Any thoughts?

Anonymous user #4

one month ago
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The x750ups.py script does provide a model for monitoring battery level, assuming it is accurate. Mine shows voltage at only 4.17v with eight batteries, but that might be the protection circuit causing a low reading. The charge level is shown as 98%. There is a test in the script for battery below 20%, so similar code might be used to shutdown the device.

Anonymous user #4

one month ago
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I notice the output format for the “date” command is different on my systems equipped with X750 and X735 boards. Is that a side effect of the GitHub software installation?

Anonymous user #4

one month ago
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The date difference seems Buster related, not X750 related.

Anonymous user #4

one month ago
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What is the issue with using 18650 batteries with the protection circuit? (" Do not use 18650 battery with built-in protection circuit") Is it that the board has the same circuit and the batteries won't work?

Anonymous user #3

2 months ago
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Is there a chance that a STEP model can be released for the board?

Admin

one month ago
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Hi, there is no plan right now, please pay attention to geekworm.com, thanks!

Anonymous user #2

2 months ago
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installed X750 hat on raspberri pi, installed new 18650 battery's powering via usb on X750 everything seems working ok, after loading batterys to full ( all four leds green lights up) the raspberry pi shuts down, whats going wrong??

have the same problems with unprotected as with protected new battery's 18650

Anonymous user #1

4 months ago
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Just fyi,

Confirmed with seller that this does not have a low voltage cutoff. This will throw the devices attached to a boot loop. I just hope that this has low voltage battery protection to not destroy the battery.