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Re: [RESOLVED] BOARD POWER ISSUES? try to power the board via CN2 headers

Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:53 pm
by FlyCart
Hi, I just wanted to attach a portable battery through cn2 ports, because micro usb isn't very stable. It keeps turning off suddenly, even if it's plugged directly without a battery.
I've read your post, and I kinda understand it. My goal was to make my LP portable, an then I need a battery. Yeah, and I found out that you can power the LP through these ports. Since I have to connect a battery, do I have to get an adapter that will help me connect the battery, or do I have to find a 5v battery and plug it directly in to the cn2 port?

Many thanks

Re: [RESOLVED] BOARD POWER ISSUES? try to power the board via CN2 headers

Posted: Tue Sep 01, 2020 3:35 am
by LattePanda
FlyCart wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:53 pm
Hi, I just wanted to attach a portable battery through cn2 ports, because micro usb isn't very stable. It keeps turning off suddenly, even if it's plugged directly without a battery.
I've read your post, and I kinda understand it. My goal was to make my LP portable, an then I need a battery. Yeah, and I found out that you can power the LP through these ports. Since I have to connect a battery, do I have to get an adapter that will help me connect the battery, or do I have to find a 5v battery and plug it directly in to the cn2 port?

Many thanks
Hi there,
We suggest add a voltage stabilization adapter which can output steady 5v voltage to the board.