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Waveshare Raspberry Pi Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106

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Waveshare Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106 5V Output Two-way Fast Charge Mobile Power Bank for Raspberry Pi 4B/3B+/Zero

Introduction :

The Li-ion Battery HAT integrates SW6106 power bank management chip, allows providing 5V regulated power supply to your Pi from a 14500 battery, makes the Pi becomes a portable device. It will charge the battery as well, supports a bi-directional quick charge. This module can be used as a universal mini power bank, also works with other 5V devices.

Specifications :

Output voltage: 5V
Applicable battery: 3.7V 14500 lithium battery (4.2V when fully charged) – not include in packing
Dimension: 65mm × 30mm
Mounting hole size: 3.0mm
Weight : 21g approx

Features :

Onboard SW6106 chip, supports a bi-directional quick charge, supports multi quick charge protocols like PD/QC/FCP/PE/SFCP
Lithium battery protection circuitry, provides reverse protection, overcharge/discharge protection, overcurrent protection, and short circuit protection
Onboard indicators: quick charge, warning, and power capacity

Structure and interface :

Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106 5V Output Two-way Fast Charge Mobile Power Bank for Pi 4B/3B+/Zero

1.Raspberry Pi GPIO interface : Easy access to Raspberry Pi
2. SW6106 power management chip : USB Type-C interface
3. Battery charge / power output : USB Type-A interface
4. Power output interface : Micro USB interface
5. Battery charging interface
6. Raspberry Pi Power Switch
7. Battery Reverse Warning Light : Lights up when the battery is reversed
8. Battery indicator : Five lights show battery level and charging status
9. Fast charge indicator : Lights up when fast charging is working
10. 14500 battery holder

Dimension :

Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106 5V Output Two-way Fast Charge Mobile Power Bank for Pi 4B/3B+/Zero

Packing list :

1 x Li-ion Battery HAT
1 x Screws and Nuts Sets
( not include Raspberry Pi and Battery)

Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106 5V Output Two-way Fast Charge Mobile Power Bank for Pi 4B/3B+/ZeroRaspberry Pi 4 Model B Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106 5V Output Two-way Fast Charge Mobile Power Bank for Pi 4B/3B+/ZeroRaspberry Pi 4 Model B Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106 5V Output Two-way Fast Charge Mobile Power Bank for Pi 4B/3B+/ZeroRaspberry Pi 4 Model B Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106 5V Output Two-way Fast Charge Mobile Power Bank for Pi 4B/3B+/ZeroRaspberry Pi 4 Model B Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106 5V Output Two-way Fast Charge Mobile Power Bank for Pi 4B/3B+/Zero

How to USE :

Please refer to the link :
www.waveshare.com/wiki/Li-ion_Battery_HATion_Battery_HAT

LED indicator in discharge state :

Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106 5V Output Two-way Fast Charge Mobile Power Bank for Pi 4B/3B+/Zero

LED indicator in charging state :

Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Lithium Battery Expansion Board SW6106 5V Output Two-way Fast Charge Mobile Power Bank for Pi 4B/3B+/Zero

Read it before use :

1. The battery needs to be plugged into the module, the switch is turned ON, it is charged for about 1 minute and then disconnected, the module will output normally, otherwise there is no output;
2. If the battery is removed, you need to perform the operation again.
3. This module cannot be used as a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply). The battery voltage is too low and the Raspberry Pi system will be shut down.
4. You can use the micro USB to directly power the Raspberry Pi’s power USB port.
5. Because the height of the module itself is already high, other modules cannot be stacked on the module
6. Do not over-discharge the lithium battery. Due to the characteristics of the lithium battery, over-discharge will permanently damage the battery

Instructions :

1 Insert the module into the Raspberry Pi GPIO interface to power the Raspberry Pi. The switch on the module can control the power supply of the Raspberry Pi.
2 The module’s GPIO plugged into the Raspberry Pi is actually powered by the USB Type-A interface. If the module is not plugged into the Raspberry Pi GPIO, you can use a USB cable to power the Raspberry Pi from the USB Type-A interface.
3 Warning LED is the battery warning light. At this time, you need to unplug the battery and turn it in one direction before connecting it to the module. Do not connect the charging cable when replacing the battery. There is no power output after replacing the battery. You need to charge the battery to get the power output.
4. There are 5 power indicator LEDs on the module, which can display the battery power status.
5. Quick Charge LED is a fast charge status indicator. Fast charging is only supported when charging with a charger that supports fast charging. Charging with a normal 5V charger will not work and then fast charging.
6. The battery used for the module is a rechargeable 14500 battery, with a nominal voltage of 3.7V, a full charge of 4.2V, and a discharge voltage of 3V. Note: The module cannot be connected with ordinary non-rechargeable No. 7 battery.
7. The discharge time is directly related to the battery capacity. Use an 800mAh battery to power the Raspberry Pi 3B + for about 50 minutes (the power consumption of the Raspberry Pi 3B + will be higher than that of the Raspberry Pi 3B). 2 ~ 3 hours. (Raspberry Pi under zero load)
8. In theory, the module can be connected to a battery with a larger capacity by welding. Non-professionals do not recommend unauthorized welding.

Brand Name

SHCHV

Compatible With

Raspberry Pi

Accessory Type

Extension Board

Output voltage

5V

Support battery

14500 lithium batteries (not inlcude in packing)

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