Product description: Li-Pol Pimoroni 150 mAh 3.7 V battery - JST connector - 27 x 20.5 x 4.3 mm
LiPo Battery Pack is a lithium-polymer battery manufactured by PiMoroni . Its capacity is 150 mAh , and the output voltage is 3.7 V. The outputs of the package are cables with a length of about 10 cm, terminated with a 2-pin JST plug. Customers receive 30% charged batteries, which ensures a longer service life for them. The package is equipped with a protection system against accidental short-circuit and overcharging and discharging . The battery is used, among others in toys, GPS systems, MP3 players, as well as in medical sensors or smart clothes.
Attention! Follow the instructions.
Lithium-polymer batteries should be charged and discharged in accordance with the parameters in the catalog note. They should never be crushed, dented, bent, punctured or damaged in any way. Also, remember to choose the right type of battery for your project. Before use, be sure to read the LIPOL BATTERY USE AND WARRANTY !
Specification of the Li-Pol PiMoroni battery
- Producer: PiMoroni
- Package designation: PKCELL LP402025
- Nominal voltage: 3.7V
- Charge voltage: 4.2V
- Charging current: 0.5C
- Charging time: 4.0 hours
- Maximum charging current: 150 mA (1 C)
- Capacity: 150 mAh
- Short circuit protection
- Working temperature:
- During charging: 0 ° C to 45 ° C
- During discharge: -20 ° C to 60 ° C
- Storage temperature: -20 ° C to 45 ° C
- Cable length: 100 mm
- Dimensions: 27 x 20.5 x 4.3 mm
How to properly charge Li-Pol batteries?
Li-Pol batteries have a low resistance to discharging and overcharging, so it is important to properly charge the Li-Pol batteries. During their use, the voltage must not drop below 2.4 V and rise above 4.2 V per cell. Exceeding these values will significantly deteriorate the properties and reduce the service life of the battery. In addition, Li-Pol packets have a low resistance to high temperatures (overheating), especially during charging, so it is recommended to use specialized and dedicated chargers.
What to do with a used battery? They should be returned to a disposal point or in a store when buying new ones. Under no circumstances should they be opened or thrown away with mixed waste.