LiPo Rider Pro
  • LiPo Rider Pro
  • LiPo Rider Pro
  • LiPo Rider Pro
  • LiPo Rider Pro

LiPo Rider Pro

SKU 106990008
  • Charge/Recharge algorithms built into chip
  • Charge LiPo Battery through solar power or USB
  • Plug-and-play
  • No programming is required
  • JST 2.0 connector
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    Description

    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.


    Features

    • Battery and Solar panel connector is JST 2.0

    • ŸStable 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

    • Ÿ2 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


    Specification

    • Solar input voltage: 4.8V~6.5V

    • ŸŸCharging Current: 400mA~600mA

    • Maximum Output Current: 1A

    • Battery input voltage: 4.2V

    • USB input voltage: 5V

    • USB output voltage: 5V


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    Please visit our wiki for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if  you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials. For technical support, please post your questions to our forum.

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    Hello,Can it be linked to 5v OR 3.7v battery ?Thanks, Tom
    on Feb 18,2017
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    Hello, only 3.7V batter is supported.

    Thanks.


    Loovee

    on Feb 21,2017 19:01 PM
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    HI i am planning to make a solar panel charger for poly li-ion battery. I found the lipo rider pro and the poly li-ion 6600mAh battery. But for the solar panel, 3W solar panel 138x160, it says"To prevent any damage to boards that accept a narrow range

    on Oct 19,2016
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    The lipo rider pro can tolerate a peak voltage about 10v, so when you plug the solar panel into the lipo rider pro, you don't worry about that a high peak voltage would damage the board. And of course , you can only use VCC and GND as a output without

    on Oct 20,2016 10:48 AM
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    We need to switch on and off the Rider every 30mins. We are planning to do it by giving an external signal to the enable pin. Is possible to achieve this?

    on Oct 19,2016
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    Why not,maybe you use Relay to control its connection? Anyway,you can do it.Good luck.

    on Oct 20,2016 10:47 AM
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    The wiki states"Scalable to multiple lithium batteries and large/multiple solar panels through simple end-user modifications", are there any guides to do this?

    on Oct 19,2016
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    I'm more interested in larger solar panels, any hints?

    on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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    is this board certified? if yes, what kind of certifications does it have?

    on Oct 19,2016
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    Hi,sorry, this board is not certified. it hasn't got the certification.with a happy day.

    on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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    Hi,

    Is it possible to detect which source the power is active from - USB in or battery? I am using a Raspberry Pi that has 3v digital GPIO. Basically, I would like to find out when the main power has gone and battery power is active. When battery

    on Oct 19,2016
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    I sure did. Far side of the diode of 5v in, and R27 (ground) - this will be high when power in and low when no power in and battery active.

    on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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    I have a 2.5W 116x160 panel (from seeedstudio) charging a 3.7v 6000mah Lipo battery (seeedstudio) through this Lipo Rider Pro. The battery is running an Arduino Uno 24 hours a day which I believe draws around 75ma continuously. Overnight the battery lo

    on Oct 19,2016
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    Just found this in the datasheet: The CN3065 is a complete constant-current /constant
    voltage linear charger for single cell Li-ion and Li Polymer rechargeable batteries. The device contains an on-chip power MOSFET and eliminates the need for the ex

    on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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