During the creation of his own electronic project, in the installation phase, it may be that the power management system and battery charging is too large to fit in the housing. Small modules of the charger with a lipo very well solve this problem - they feature a simple installation and a small amount of space, making them practical devices. In our offer you will find a wide selection of loaders with a maximum current load matched to the needs of your own electronic project.
Charger 1-target lithium polymer cells nominal voltage of 3.7 V and lithium-ion batteries. The system is powered via the USB connector, which can be mounted directly to the computer port or the power adapter.
Charger unit 1-targeted Li-Ion or Li-Pol with a nominal voltage of 3.7 V. charging Voltage ranges from 4.5 V to 6 V maximum charge current of 2.5 A. the Device has a Boost mode with an output voltage of 5 V and current of 2.5 A. the Device is equipped with a system MP2636.
The control module is with energy from solar panels. Nutrition panels 9 V / 12 V / 18 V. Has a Converter outputs 5 V / 1.5 A; 3.3 V / 1 A; 9 V, 12 V / 0.5 A, it can be used as charger packs Li-Pol 3.7 V or USB charger. The module also has a number of protections: reverse polarity, due to too high temperature circuit.
Charger 1-target battery lithium-polymer with voltage of 3.7 V. the Module based on the TP4056 system. The system is powered through the connector USB type-C, or, optionally, using wires (not included). The charger has a built-in protection from battery discharge below 2.5 V and before charging too high a current exceeding 3 A.
A module that allows charging the battery Li-pol voltage 3.7 V using the supplied mini solar battery or the microUSB port and power device voltage of 3.3 V. the set includes a cable with JST connector to connect batteries and two double goldpin plugs and wires for przylutowania photovoltaic panels.
The module of pulse step-up converter for mobile projects. It is powered with a battery LiPol 1S 3.7 V or LiIon, it can provide a stable output voltage with value of 5.2 V and current delivery of up to 1 A. It also has a built-in charger LiPol 1 A and monitor of the state of charge of the battery.
Charger 1-target lithium polymer cells rated voltage is 3.7 V. the Voltage is 5 V, the maximum current is 500 mAh. The device has an Amplifier 5 V 1 A. the Device is equipped with a system PAM2401 IC, MCP73831 , and also contains protective diodes.
Charger single cell lipol 3.7 V, which can connect photoelectric sensor. The supply voltage ranges from 6 V to 20 V, the maximum current is 450 mA. The apparatus is equipped with a LT3652, which allows you to track the maximum power point.
Charger 1-target lithium batteries and Li-polymer nominal voltage 3.7 V. the Charger has an adjustable charge current via switches on the Board that ensures safe charging of all 1-target battery. Input voltage from 3.7 V to 6 V, charge current from 15mA to 500 mA.
A simple charger 1-target lithium polymer cells rated voltage is 3.7 V. the circuit is powered through a micro usb connector or with wires. The module is protected from too much discharge below 2.5 V and a too large current consumption of no more than 3 A.
Board that allows you to power the Arduino module using the battery LiPol 1S 3.7 V Built-in transducer provides a stable voltage of 5 V. The system has a LiPol charger and monitor of the state of charging of the rechargeable battery.
On offer are Botland modules charging devices on printed circuit BOARDS from vendors like SparkFun, Adafruit DFRobot do, very easy to use. After connecting the charging module with a Micro usb cable to the USB connector in the computer and connect to the JST connector pack lithium-polymer or lithium-ion battery with a nominal voltage of 3.7 V or 4.2 V, and starts the charging process, which is signaled with illumination of the red led. When the battery is charged and ready for operation, green led lights up.
The modules of the battery charger should only be used for charging Li-ion and LiPol. In other packages, battery may vary with the nominal voltage, chemical composition, system pinouts of the connectors and polarity, which can damage the package or module of the battery charger. We offer battery charger MCP73831 Adafruit, performs three-stage charge process. After connecting the power pack starts charging the air with precise adjustment of the charging current, after which there is a transition to a phase of rapid charging. After finishing charging, the charger unit switches to maintain the voltage on the battery. Adjusted pre-charge current is 100mA and will be sufficient to fast charge the battery through the module is powered from the USB port. However, if Your battery packs have high capacity, and you need to quickly charge them, just that zlutujesz the jumper on the back side of the Board, and then you will get the output of the charger charging current is up to 500mA. In the kit you will find a cord with JST connector for charging. In our product range is also available small, portable powerbanki large capacity.