Raspberry Pi Power Management & UPS HAT

$69.00

It is designed to solve the problem the majority of IoT projects faced, the reliable power supply. Make your device always powered, this uninterruptable HAT will manage sources between batteries and adapters intelligently. Without letting your Pi hang up or reset switches seamlessly. RTC featured integrated MCU to let you schedule and full control over the power on/off tasks remotely, timely, securely. Extensive input range and options – solar included – will provide flexibility to choose the best power options to fit your device needs.

 

Delivery for new orders will start on the 15th of April after all pre-orders shipped.

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Description

The Raspberry Pi needs to be powered up on edge, always. The HAT will make you sure your device will be powered. You will have full control over the power of it! The true uninterruptable power supply for Raspberry Pi automatically switches between different power sources without causing a reset or failure on your board. A real-time clock(RTC) featured an onboard ARM® Cortex®-M0+ microcontroller lets you schedule power cycles and wake-up or soft shut down Raspberry Pi remotely. At power-sensitive applications, the device can be entered deep sleep modes and save battery. Dynamic power management means will share the load between the main source and battery, will protect the circuit.

Features

  • True uninterruptable power supply(UPS) without resetting the Pi
  • 3.9V to 14V input range
  • Solar panels supported with Maximum Power Point Tracking(MPPT)
  • Compatible with official adapters of Raspberry Pi 3+ and 4
  • Parallel up to 3Amps charging while powering the Pi
  • Battery protection circuit enhanced with integrated NTC temperature sensors
  • Control over current limits of batteries and sources with 50mA resolution
  • Dynamic power management boost the Pi if the needed power is more than the main provides
  • Onboard ARM® Cortex®-M0+ MCU manages power tasks with Real-time Clock (RTC), schedules power on/off
  • Only I2C pins used by HAT
  • Easy-to-use GUI to control features
  • Battery level indicator LEDs with charging/discharging
  • Slots for Camera and Display cables

 

18650 battery is not included.

 

Compatible with any Raspberry Pi model with 40-pin GPIO

 

Micro USB, Type C and secured terminal blocks available for external power inputs

 

Built-in 18650 li-on detachable battery holder (battery not included)

 

Stackable long or short headers to attach another HAT if needed

 

2-pin JST connector for single-cell external Lion&LiPo batteries

 

Digital fuel gauge, know the power consumption, battery voltage, percentage and health

 

Qwiic Connect System is available onboard for additional sensors and add-ons

 

Integrated cooling FAN triggered by temperature sensors

 

Two programmable push button to appoint tasks based on press lengths

 

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Questions and answers of the customers

  1. 0 votes
    A Another question: would it be possible to configure the unit such that if the power outs, the Pi will perform a safe shut down on battery power?
  2. 0 votes
    Q Can this work with Pi Zero W? answer now
    Asked by Sunny G on 21 March 2020 9:07 PM
    Answered by the admin

    Hi,

    Fully compatible with Raspberry Pi Model 3B + and 4B. In previous models, wake from halt mode does not work. Other than that compatible with any Raspberry Pi model with 40-pin GPIO.

    Best regards.

     

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    Q Does this shield allow 18650 LiFePo batteries? answer now
    Asked by Mark Holtkamp on 17 March 2020 2:49 PM
    Answered by the admin

    Hi,

    Yes, it does.

     

  4. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Supports 2-pin JST connector for single-cell external Lion and LiPo batteries.

  5. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Two or more power supplies cannot be connected to the UPS HAT simultaneously. Otherwise, it may malfunction.

  6. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hi,

    Compatible with 16 mm spacers PCB. These will be included in the package.

    PCB thickness is 1.6mm.

    Best regards.

  7. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    There is already a single model and you can use it in the region you want.

    Best regards.

  8. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hi,

    The voltage input range of the current version of the UPS HAT will be 5-21V. You can use any solar panel with this voltage range.

    You can directly connect the solar panel cables to the white external voltage input SMD Terminal Block you see on the board.

    Best regards.

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    Q Will this work with a RPi Model A+? answer now
    Asked by John on 7 February 2020 11:45 PM
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Yes, it works.

    Best.

    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Yes, it works.

    Best.

  10. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello Ryan,

    Yes, it can.

    Best.

  11. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Thank you for getting in touch.

    It isn't possible.

    Raspberry Pi Power Management & UPS HAT only supports 1 cell 3.7V Li ion and Li-Po batteries.

    Best regards.

  12. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin Hello,
    Thank you for getting in touch!
    Raspberry Pi Power Management & UPS HAT only supports 1 cell 3.7V Li ion and Li-Po batteries. Best Regards.
  13. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Yes, you can.

    Fully compatible with Raspberry Pi Model 3B + and 4B. In previous models, wake from halt mode does not work. Other than that compatible with any Raspberry Pi model with 40-pin GPIO. Best regards.

     

  14. 0 votes
    Q Can I charge lithium or NiMh 12v batteries with solar? answer now
    Asked by Graham on 30 January 2020 4:58 AM
    Answered by the admin

    Hello Graham,

    No, you can't. Raspberry Pi Power Management & UPS HAT only supports 1 cell 3.7V Li ion and Li-Po batteries.

    Best regards.

  15. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hi,

    Due to the coronavirus, there was a delay in the supply and production of parts.

    We are doing our best to prepare the products towards the end of March.

    We apologize for the delay.

    Best regards.

  16. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello Roman,

    Raspberry Pi Power Management and UPS can turn Raspberry Pi's 5V pins on and off. If the HAT you are using is receiving energy from these pins, it will be de-energized.

    So it doesn't consume energy.

    Best regards.

  17. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hi,

    We will provide programmable GUI and API support. Stay on hold.

    If you have any other questions, just let me know and I’ll be happy to help.

    Cheers.

  18. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hi Andrew,

    Yes, there are two buttons. It is programmable and you can pull out button connections with a cable.

    Best regards.

  19. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Yes, you can.

    Cheers.

  20. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello Tom,

    Thank you for getting in touch!

    When operating the product with a raspberry pi adapter, it gives energy up to 2.5A. When it continuously consumes more power, it starts to consume the battery. If you are going to have a continuous power consuming application over 2.5A, you need to use a 12V-3A adapter. This way it can operate up to 3.5A. You should pay attention to the current value of the Touchscreen you use. 

    Best regards.

  21. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Yes, it is possible.

    Best regards.

  22. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Sorry, it doesn't work with POE HAT.

    Best regards.

  23. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hi,

    No, it can't.

    Supports 1-Cell Li-ion or Li-Po battery.

    Best regards.

  24. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Yes, it will shut down safely. No worries.

    Have a nice day.

  25. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Thank you for getting in touch!

    It's called "18650 battery." With search you can easily find. We recommend you to buy batteries of Panasonic, Sony, Samsung etc.

    Have a great day!

  26. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Thank you for getting in touch! 

    14V input voltage will change in our latest version. That way, we'il eliminate the problem.

    Best regards.

  27. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Thank you for getting in touch.

    Yes, it can be used. The UPS HAT will handle this as long as you do not exceed the specified voltage input range.

    Have a nice day.

  28. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hi,

    Thank you for feedback.

    1. Of course it is charging.

    2. No need for a separate charger. You can use Raspberry Pi Power Supply.

    Have a nice day.

  29. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    • The UPS HAT can supply 3.5A Peak current to the RPi 5v pins. However, we do not recommend it to run over 2.5A for a long time(5min+). There is no problem with periodic high current draw, for example, 3A for 1 minute and then 5 minutes for 2A and below current consumption, such as scenarios work fine.will work easily in your example.
    • Yes, there is.

    Best regards.

  30. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    It can work with 14.7V but we do not recommend. Since UPS HAT is not designed for the vehicle, there is no protection for such elevations and can be damaged.
    We recommend using a voltage regulator.

    Best regards.

     

  31. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    We use the RTC inside the processor. It's possible because the processor is always on and will communicate with Raspberry Pi.

    Best regards.

  32. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Sorry, it doesn't work with POE HAT.

    Best regards.

  33. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin Hello, 1.Yes, we do. 2. It varies depending on the capacity of the battery you are using and the Raspberry Pi model. With the API you can obtain this data. Best regards.
  34. 0 votes
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    Yes, it allows.

    Have a nice day.

  35. 0 votes
    Q Will a schematic be released for this board? answer now
    Asked by Ckelle22 on 15 November 2019 3:30 AM
    Answered by the admin

    Hello,

    It will be released soon.

    Best regards.

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