Power in Responsive Applications HAT for Raspberry Pi with RTC for power saving mode
PiRa zero is a compact shield for power scheduling on Rasppbery Pi and similar devices in solar and wirelessly powered applications. It implements the following key features:
- single cell LiPo cell charging of up to 3A (multiple 18650 cells supported) + LifePo4 support
- solar panel charging (Voltaic systems 6W panels in parallel recommended)
- USB charging, compatible with QI wireless chargers
- advanced current limiting, to support wide array of chargers
- precise charging control via i2c (BQ24296)
- battery temperature protection with thermistor
- battery reverse polarity protection and fuse (3A)
- high-current battery output mosfet (for 3G or satellite modems)
- LORA RMF95 communication module
- battery voltage precise measurement (MCP3021)
- advanced power scheduling for robust applications:
- power timer TPL5110 for configurable scheduled boot 1s-7200s or one-time power up on charging
- S3231 for configurable scheduled boot and timekeeping
- nfigurable power-up sources
- ower-up on charging
- ower-up from power timer
- ower-up from RTC
- ower-up from self-enable (external CPU signal)
- All ground pins connected, UART, SPI pins connected
- Pin 1 - 3V3 - from Pi to board
- Pin 2 - 5V - from board to Pi
- Pin 3 - SDA
- Pin 4 - 5V - from board to Pi
- Pin 5 - SCL
- Pin 7 - BCM 4 - RTC-Reset- output, reset RTC if needed
- Pin 11 - BCM 17 - Timer-EN - input, detect wake-up from RTC
- Pin 12 - BCM 18 - CPU self-enable - output, keep high until shutdown
- Pin 13 - BCM 27 - Timer done - output, set high to signal timer to power off
- Pin 15 - BCM 22 - RTC-EN - input, detect wake-up from RTC
- Pin 16 - BCM 23 - GPO-FET - output, enable mosfet output
- Pin 22 - BCM 25 - GPIO BCM25 - available at header
- Pin 29 - BCM 5 - GPIO BCM 5 - available at header
- Pin 31 - BCM 6 - GPIO BCM 6 - available at header
- Pin 33 - BCM 13 - LORA reset
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