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pigoups

Jun 08, 2017, 01:12 pm Last Edit: Jun 13, 2017, 01:50 pm by pigoups
Hi there!

Guys, we've just launched our project on Indiegogo and I'd like to tell you about it!

PiGO is an uninterruptible power supply to use in cars or in devices with non-stable power. I'm sure you often face trouble with the external power supply disconnections - for example when turning on the ignition in the car. PiGO saves the output voltage and ensures the uninterrupted devices performance. Also, the converter allows reducing input voltage to the required 5V max and 2.5A  while using Raspberry or Arduino.
As a bonus, PiGO has USB 2.0 ports and works like a power bank and a universal charger for all types of smartphones. It is small (64x56x12 mm), lightweight (75 grams) and really useful!

The PiGO voltage control unit specifications:
Input voltage, U 4,5...18V
Consumed current, I 6A
Output voltage, U 5V
Output current, I 5A
Operating temperatures -40...+85C
Standby mode *depends on the battery  (Li-Pol 3,7V)

USB 2.0 ports to charge the smartphones 2pcs
USB port output voltage 4,85...5,15V
Output current of USB port 700mA

Additional USB port for Raspberry Pi 1pcs
Port for Raspberry Pi and Arduino 3pcs
Output voltage of Ports 4,9...5,1V
Current per port 2,5A

Product Dimensions 64x56x12mm
Item Weight 75grams

3D model of the case for 3D printing can be downloaded free from the site.

The Set Includes:
PiGO board, 1 Male Car Cigarette Lighter Socket Plug Connector, 1 Connector for Raspberry Pi, 1 Connector for Arduino, 1 External Battery Connector, Screws fastening, instruction.


You can connect an external battery to the PiGO module and use it as a powerbank.

I hope that I've managed to interest you. For more info follow ~ https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/pigo-power-supply-arduino-powerbank/x/15069311#/

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