This is a UPS & Display combination package of choice based on Raspberry Pi Zero WH. Which consists of Raspberry Pi Zero WH, UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply), 1.3inch IPS LCD display, as well as rich development resources. It is a ready-to-use kit, so you shouldn’t have any trouble with compatibility. Just enjoy the display-related programming of Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi Zero is half the size of a Model A+, with twice the utility. A tiny Raspberry Pi that’s affordable enough for any project!
The Raspberry Pi Zero is the basic version of the Raspberry Pi Zero series without WiFi and Bluetooth functions. The WH version has a wireless card featuring WiFI and Bluetooth functions as well as a pre-soldered 40PIN pin-header based on the Raspberry Pi W for easy use.
It’s perfect for everyone who doesn’t own a soldering iron. Or who wants the soldering legwork done for them.
|Li-ion and Li-po batteries are quite unstable.||They may cause fire. Personal injury. Or even property damage. If they’re not properly recharged or used.|
|Do not reversely connect the polarities when recharging or discharging the battery.||Do not use inferior charger/charging panel to recharge the battery.|
|Don’t mix use old batteries with new ones.||Avoid using batteries of different brands.|
|When buying Lithium batteries you should always make sure the battery specifications is compatible with the expansion board.||Choose batteries from formal manufacturer, and ensure the batteries will work stably and safely by aging test.|
|Lithium batteries have limited cycle life. They will also deteriorate as time goes by.||They should be replaced with new ones when the batteries reach their max life cycle. Or has been working for over two years, whichever comes first.|
|Batteries should be placed carefully and properly.||Keep it away from flammables and explosives.|
|Keep away from children.||Avoid any accidents caused by careless storage.|
|Interesting facts about the 1.3inch-LCD-HAT:|
Standard Raspberry Pi 40PIN GPIO extension header supports the Raspberry Pi series boards
It has a wide viewing angle for better display
High definition in a small size
1x joystick, 3x push buttons comes in very handy
RGB 65K color
Has backlight LED
3.3V Operating voltage
|UPS HAT (C) |
Raspberry Pi Zero series. It incorporates a Li-po battery switching charger with path management, voltage boost chip, and voltage/current monitor which allows monitoring the battery operating status via I2C bus.
|The onboard pogo pins connect the with the Raspberry Pi Zero series. The Li-po battery recharge chip with dynamic path management ensures a more stable power supply. While the voltage boost chip provides a regulated 5V power output. The HAT uses the I2C communication protocol to monitor the battery voltage, current and the power output. As well as the remaining capacity in real time.||Multi battery protection circuits protect against overcharge or discharging. In addition to protecting against over currents and short circuiting which increases the stability and safety.|
The charge indicator can be used to monitor the operating status.
Uninterruptible power supply
|This module is able to recharge the battery and provide power output at the same time from an external power supply.|
|It will automatically switch over to battery output if the external power supply is unavailable. Keeping the system running without any trouble|
(* a Micro SD card is required for this operation, which should be purchased separately.*)
Pogo Pin Connector for UPS:
|Supports Raspberry Pi Zero Series (Pinheader Should Be Soldered). Allowing the attachment of other HATs On The Top|
When the voltage dips too low, it is possible to save files properly and then shutdown the system by software, to avoid any data loss
General Tutorial Series
- General Tutorial Series
- Access your Pi
- Getting Started with lighting up an LED
- External Button
- Setting up I2C
- I2C Programming
- 1-Wire DS18B20 Sensor
- Infrared Remote Control
- PCF8591 AD/DA