Lipo Rider v1.3

Lipo Rider v1.3

SKU 106990022
9.50
11 Available
$9.50/ 1pcs+
$8.55/ 10pcs+

Description

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Lipo Rider is a power module with Lipo battery charge management and boost circuit designed for MCU projects with standard USB output interface. It 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.


FEATURES

  • Jst 2.0 connector

  • 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

  • Simple design means extremely affordable

  • Scalable to multiple lithium batteries and large/multiple solar panels through simple end-user modifications


SPECIFICATION

  • Small Footprint – Dimensions = L42 × W34 × D6.8

  • 900mA maximum charging current for Lithium battery

  • 600mA maximum supply current from Lithium battery

  • Power diodes to prevent back feed from USB device into Lipo battery


Technical Details

Dimensions130mm x 90mm x 8.70mm
WeightG.W 10g    
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Part List

Lipo Rider V1.31

ECCN/HTS

ECCNEAR99
HSCODE8517709000

Certification

RoHSCompliant

Reviews

Questions and Answers

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Hello, is it possible to charge 3.7 Li as 5V Li or there is a specification?
on Feb 15,2017
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Hi,there~You can refer to our wiki.
on Sep 29,2017 15:12 PM
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Yes,you can.This rider support 3.7V lipo.Regards
on Oct 16,2017 10:01 AM
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Hi, is it possible to use this board during the day to charge a 3.7 battery with an esp8266 board connected for the output and use the battery load when it's the night (when there is no charge from the solar panel)? I don't need to use my board during the day, only during the night
on Oct 18,2017
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Hello Carlier~You can charge the battery during the day, and use it during the night.Since we do not know the power dissipation of your boards , we do know whether the battery can supply power for all night.
on Oct 18,2017 11:04 AM
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I don't want necessary to supply power for all night but i want to be sure than during the day, the lipo rider load the battery and at the end...load my board
on Oct 18,2017 20:13 PM
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Hi! Can I use this with 14V solar panel? And If I connect Lipo only with solar panel&arduino uno(without battery), Is it work?
on May 27,2018
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solar panel and arduino uno
on May 27,2018 12:56 PM
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Hello, if i were to use this product with battery capacity enough to be charged up during the daytime and sustain power throughout the night, will it be a UPS for arduino MCU outdoor ?
on Sep 26,2017
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Hi, cksadrian ~Theoretically,you can.
on Sep 29,2017 15:09 PM
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    Lipo Rider v1.3

    SKU 106990022
    $9.50
    11 Available
    $9.50/ 1pcs+
    $8.55/ 10pcs+
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