Li-polymer Battery HAT for Raspberry Pi
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The Li-polymer Battery HAT integrates the SW6106 power bank management chip and allows providing 5 VDC regulated power supply to the Raspberry Pi or other 5 VDC devices from a high capacity Li-polymer battery. It charges the battery as well and supports quick bi-directional charging.
Compared to a Li-ion Battery HAT, this HAT utilizes a Li-polymer battery with higher capacity, which means longer battery life, and allows higher loads. The HAT is suitable for the Raspberry Pi B/A+/B+/2B/3B/3B+/4B.
- Onboard SW6106 chip, supports bi-directional quick charge, supports multi quick charge protocols like PD/QC/FCP/PE/SFCP
- Lithium battery protection circuitry, provides reverse protection, over charge protection, and short circuit protection
- Onboard indicators: quick charge, power capacity
- PH 2.0 battery connector, for connecting the 3.7V 3000mA high capacity Li-polymer battery (MSDS certified)
- Output voltage: 5 VDC
- Charge voltage: 5 VDC
- Applicable battery: 3.7 VDC Li-polymer battery (4.2 VDC when full charged)
- Dimension: 65.0mm × 56.5mm
- Mounting hole size: 3.0mm
Li-polymer Battery HAT for Raspberry Pi - Components
- Raspberry Pi GPIO connector: for connecting Raspberry Pi
- PH 2.0 battery connector: for 3.7V Li-polymer battery
- USB Type-C connector: 5V battery charge/power output, supports quick charge
- USB Type-A connector: 5V power output
- Micro USB connector: 5V battery charge
- SW6106 power management chip
- Power output control switch
Click: operating mode, provides 5V output
Double click: standby mode, no output
- Battery power capacity indicator: 5x LEDs to indicate the power capacity and charging status
- Quick charge indicator: on when quick charging
- Li-polymer battery: 3.7V 3000mAh, MSDS certified
Li-polymer Battery HAT for Raspberry Pi - Dimensions
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