Raspberry Pi 4 Battery Pack UPS, RPI Pack Standard 10000mAh Raspberry Pi Battery USB Battery Pack Raspberry Pi Latest Version V3 Expansion Board Power Supply Type-C for Raspberry 4B 3B+ 3B 2B+
The battery capacity of this model is 10000 mAh!
Please read this link carefully before using: https://github.com/rcdrones/UPSPACK_V3/blob/master/README_en.md
UPSPack v3 is the latest model of a new generation of Raspberry Pi UPS uninterruptible power supply expansion board released in September 2020. According to previous iterations of v1 and v2 versions, v3 version is currently the most stable UPS power supply solution for Raspberry Pi.
Please check the pictures carefully to understand the product differences between UPS v3 version and v2 version. You will like this latest version of UPS charging board.
It has a smart switch function, and with a type-c interface, allowing you to easily connect with the Raspberry Pi 4B.
1 * Raspberry Pi UPS Pack Latest Version V3
1 * 3.7V 10000mAH Lithium Battery
1 * package to install screws
1 * 5pin 2.54mm head (for free)
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4+2LED are designed to show the status of battery power, charge or discharge: 1) 4 Battery power LEDs: Used to show the current battery voltage and power. 2)Power LED: When the switch is turned “ON”, the LED is lighting, and when it is “OFF”, LED is off. (used to check whether the power is supplied externally). 3) Charge charging indicator LED: When the UPS is externally charged via the MicroUSB interface, the Charge LED starts to work.
Protect Function: the external output port has a self-recovery fuse to prevent the RPi from burning due to an external short circuit. 1) 5V.3A self-recovery fuse: When the two USB output currents total 3A, the self-recovery fuse will be blown. When it’s no load, the 5V output will be automatically restored. 2) PMU over-discharge protection: When the lithium batter voltage is lower than 2.8V, PMU thinks battery is over-discharged and it cuts off the 5V output to protect the lithium battery.
Two Output Modes: except for the regular output via the USB port. At strong currents, such as for high loads above