Uninterruptible power supply (and battery backup) designed specifically for the ODROID-C1/C1+/C2, and compatible with similar SBCs like Raspberry Pi and the Banana Series.
Power Supply is an electrical apparatus that provides emergency power
to a load when the input power source, typically mains power, fails. The
on-battery runtime of most uninterruptible power sources is relatively
short, but in this case it is more than sufficient to start a standby power source or properly shut
down the SBC. In our tests under a standard load, battery power was sufficient to keep the system running for approximately 90 minutes. Your results may vary.
It is equipped with a rechargeable 3,000mAh Lithium Polymer battery and a charging circuit with a booster IC for 5V output.
When the AC power source fails, the UPS3 keeps supplying the power to the SBC with the battery. There is a digital output pin to inform the SBC of a battery low-level warning which can trigger the shutdown process. Once the AC power source resumes, the UPS3 will supply power to the SBC again automatically.
- Installation Guide: http://odroid.com/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=en:odroid-ups3
- LiPo Battery (3000 mAh)
- Power switch to turn off 5V output to SBC
- 2.5A single-cell switching charger with power path
- 2.4A system boost current
- Allows clean shutdown or continual operation when main power is unavailable
- LiPo Battery
- Circuit Board
- Connector Wires
- ODROID-C1/C1+/C2 not included
- Some assembly required
- Systems without a 2.5mm barrel connector will need to replace the 2.5mm power cable with a microUSB or other compatible power connector - an easy soldering task for most users.
- 5V/2A power supply not included
|Dc Input Voltage||DC 4.8~ 5.4V|
|DC Input Current||2 A Maximum|
|Charging Time||1hour 30min ~ 2 hours|
|Battery Charging Current||2 A|
|DC Output Current||Max 2 A|
|DC Output Voltage||5 V|
|Nominal Voltage||3.7 V|
|Battery Life||400 charge/discharge cycles @ 20℃±5℃|
|Integated Protection||Overcharge/discharge PCB|
|ODROID-C1+/C2 Estimated Running Time (typical load of 300mA @ 5V)||about 2-4 hours with full battery charge|