Power your favorite electronic kit with green energy! The LiPo Rider Pro is an enhancement of LiPo Rider. It can supply higher load output than LiPo Rider. The LiPo Rider Pro board allows you ride the solar wave to run your favorite 5V device. The LiPo Rider Pro board is the ideal green power solution for your outdoor sensor design. Attach the LiPo Rider Pro board to your sensor board and it can run on solar power forever! It can also be used to charge mobile phone.
The LiPo Rider Pro is extremely affordable and easy to use. No programming is required. Plug it in and it works. The internal charger IC handles all the power flow between the various components.
In case solar power is not sufficient, the mini USB port allows you to charge your lithium battery through USB. It can also be used to program your kit without detaching the LiPo Rider Pro board.
Battery and Solar panel connector is JST 2.0
Stable 5V USB power supply regardless of source
Charge/Recharge algorithms built into chip
Charge Lithium Polymer Battery through solar power or USB
Stable supply voltage through either lithium battery or USB
2 x USB ports let you program your kit while charging your Lithium battery
LED indications for battery full or charging states
4 green LED indicates quantity of electricity of lithium battery
|Dimensions||115mm x15mm x25mm|
|Solar input voltage||4.8V~6.5V|
|Maximum Output Current||1A|
|Battery input voltage||4.2V|
|USB input voltage||5V|
|USB output voltage||5V|
|LiPo Rider Pro||1|
Retrieving air/soil moisture & temperature and brightness (and RGB rays). It also sends the localization, and so gives weather forecasts.
Step Detection System By A Way With Arduino
The purpose of the project is to detect the passing of cars and people at the entrance to an orchard and a warning beep inside this house.
Lipo Rider Pro
Wiki of Lipo Rider Pro
I am planning to buy this board, together with a bunch of solar cells. If I want to use 4 3W Solar cells from the shop, can I simply connect them parallel and then go with it to the board? Also for the batteries, can I use LiIon batteries( SKU 110060467 )? Couldn't find LiPo ones in your shop.Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:30:20
Hi Pascal~Yes you can use the solar cells to charge the lipo battery.You can use SKU 110060467 if the transport company allows.We really want to provide batteries for you,sir.But due to shipping restrictions, we have all the batteries removed.Sorry for the inconvenience.Regards.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:30:20
the lipo rider v1.3 provide the bettery with current fixed in 100mA while the voltage is not between 4.8V- 6V ,, is it logic ???Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:29:58
Hi~ According to the test results we've just made,while charging the lipo battery with USB,the current is 160mA.RegardsAnswer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:29:58
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:24:11
Hi there, yes, for example, we have the 1.5v chargeable battery, no matter 1000ma capacity or 2000 capacity, we can use the same charger. the only difference is the charging time. thanks.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:24:11
The wiki says "2 x USB ports let you program your kit while charging your Lithium battery" but when I have a Seeeduino v4.0 plugged into the LiPo Rider Pro, and the LiPo Rider Pro is plugged into my PC, the Seeeduino is not detected as an attached serial device and the Arduino IDE does not detect it. Is there something else I need to do, such as add resistors in the R25-R28, to get USB pass-thru on the LiPo Rider Pro?Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:49
Hi there, please check below 2 items, 1. please make sure the switch is turned to on side. 2. please make sure 2 usb cables are 4 wires, includes gnd, vcc, dp, dm signals. i tested it successfully. there is no need to add resistors. thanks.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:49
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:16
Hello Tom~Yes you can.Please refer to our wiki # http://wiki.seeed.cc/Lipo_Rider_Pro/ # ThanksAnswer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:16
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:31
Hi,there~Sorry to tell you that: due to hardware limitations,this module do not support 2A.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:31
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:02
sorry, the charge is missing. "you can charge 2 lipo" RegardsAnswer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:02
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:19:50
You read some really really old information. USB 1.0 from 1996 had the 500mA limitation. USB 2.0 raised that to 1.8A in Battery Charging Specification 1.1 from 3/2007 (a decade ago).Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:19:50