Lithium Battery Charger

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If you need to charge LiPo batteries, this simple charger will do just that, and do it fast! The Lithium Battery Charger can charge 3.7V LiPo battery at a rate of 500mA per hour. It is designed to charge single-cell Li-Ion or Li-Polymer batteries. Check the datasheet below to see if it will work with your battery.
The board incorporates a charging circuit, status LED, connector for your battery (JST-type used in the batteries we carry), and a micro-USB connector. Four small mounting holes allows this charger to be easily embedded into a project.

Specification

  • Programmable Charge Current:Up to 1000mA
  • Constant-Current/Constant-Voltage
  • Types of battery: Single-cell Li-Ion or Li-Polymer batteries
  • Interface
    • Charge from Micro USB
    • JST-type or terminal connect to battey
  • With ON/OFF switch,3 status LEDs
  • Accuracy:1.5% @ Preset 4.2V Charge Voltage
  • C/10 Charge Termination
  • Operating Ambient Temperature:-40℃~85℃
  • Size:3.2x2.7x1cm(1.26"x1.06"x0.39")

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  • Lithium Battery Charge x1

Projects

Project 1. Light of Earth - A BMI160 gyroscope accelerometer based 3D Printing Lamp
A light can be turned on by knocking on the table.
Material Lists:
  • Gravity: I2C BMI160 6-Axis Inertial Motion Sensor
  • Beetle - The Smallest Arduino
  • 3.7v lithium battery charger
  • 3.7v lithium battery
  • 10 piranha lamp beads
  • A small amount of acrylic pigment (green, yellow, blue and brown; if gray and white pigment is provided, the oil paint does not need to be prepared)
  • Light gray and white oil paint
  • A good-looking 2-foot button (I bought it on Taobao)
  • Lead wire (2 mm) (If no, replace it with soft iron wire)
  • 40 cm PVC hollow rod (I use the one with outer diameter 9 mm and inner diameter 5 mm)
  • A screw and nut with the length of 20mm

Project 2. How To Make A Smart Clock with ESP32?

I’ve always been dreaming of making a desktop clock which without complex functions, just smaller and can display time.

Hardware:

  • Gravity I2C OLED-2864 Display
  • Gravity: I2C Triple Axis Accelerometer
  • Beetle BLE - The smallest Arduino bluetooth
  • 3.7v lithium battery charger
  • 3.7V Polymer Lithium Ion Battery - 1000mA
  • Shell (3D printing)
  • Black Acrylic Transparent Board
Project 3. A Christmas present for cute kid & girl - A Clever Rabbit Hat - an EMG sensor based
Things you may need in this project:
  1. Gravity: Analog EMG Sensor by OYMotion ×1
  2. Beetle - The Smallest Arduino ×1
  3. 3.7v lithium battery charger ×1
  4. 3.7 V Lithium Battery ×1
  5. 9g 180° Micro Servo ×2
  6. Rabbit Hat ×1
  7. Needles and Thread
  8. Two-step Toggle Switch ×1
  9. Elastic (Width: 1.5cm Length: 40cm) ×1
  10. Stick ×2
  11. Hot Melt Adhesive
Project 4. Halloween pumpkin lamp made by micro:bit
How can a Halloween without a pumpkin lamp? The pumpkin lamp made of recently popular Microbit is a good choice.

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