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Battery support
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Does anyone know if pineh64´s euler bus support battery?


I am afraid it wont support as I don`t see any LiPo Battery header and in the pineh64 euler schematic the batt pin appears to be blank.

But having a mini PCI, that could be used to connect a 3G/4G card, and a battery circuit, this could be an excelent IoT card.
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(07-19-2018, 04:40 PM)chema Wrote: Does anyone know if pineh64´s euler bus support battery?


I am afraid it wont support as I don`t see any LiPo Battery header and in the pineh64 euler schematic the batt pin appears to be blank.

But having a mini PCI, that could be used to connect a 3G/4G card, and a battery circuit, this could be an excelent IoT card.

I don't fancy your chances. I don't think the pineH64 has battery support as the PMIC don't natively have battery support - it's a AXP805, not the AXP803, meaning an extra power management chip would been needed for the battery. Also, I think pine64 is moving away from mPCI on the pineH64 due to basically no proper support for it by Allwinner.
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(07-21-2018, 05:25 PM)pfeerick Wrote:
(07-19-2018, 04:40 PM)chema Wrote: Does anyone know if pineh64´s euler bus support battery?


I am afraid it wont support as I don`t see any LiPo Battery header and in the pineh64 euler schematic the batt pin appears to be blank.

But having a mini PCI, that could be used to connect a 3G/4G card, and a battery circuit, this could be an excelent IoT card.

I don't fancy your chances. I don't think the pineH64 has battery support as the PMIC don't natively have battery support - it's a AXP805, not the AXP803, meaning an extra power management chip would been needed for the battery. Also, I think pine64 is moving away from mPCI on the pineH64 due to basically no proper support for it by Allwinner.

Understood, and agreed. Thanksssss pfeerick.
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