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OrangePi 4G-IoT power supply & battery issue

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Published in 2018-8-3 17:58:23 | Show all floors |Read mode

Dear admin,

     Just want to ask, there are two points on the circuit board of OrangePi 4G-IoT to connect battery.

     What kind of battery is expected? Is it for 5V or Lithium battery (4.2V) ?

     The Andorid keeps on complaining battery low when boot up.

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Published in 2018-8-10 13:46:49 | Show all floors
The manual that you can download has this to say

Battery in for power:
Usually use 3.7V battery to solder on the back side of the development board.

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Published in 2018-9-7 15:21:32 | Show all floors
That's what I can say about it:
My device did not work with battery of 3.7(4.2)V. But then I connected it via Charger Module for Arduino ( aliexpress.com/item/Smart-Electronics-5V-Micro-USB-1A-18650-Lithium-Battery-Charging-Board-With-Protection-Charger-Module-for/32581897427.html?spm=a2g0v.10010108.1000016/B.1.10d46ceaqVOFah&isOrigTitle=true ). Took on Orange PI 4G_IOT power from the contacts OUT, and the Board itself is powered by an external power supply of 5V. And then the device is working by the battery. I can't explain it, but the contacts OUT the same voltage as the battery, but the device works!

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Published in 2018-9-25 03:24:33 | Show all floors
I have same issue with battery. you were able to understand what is the problem?
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