P1A power supply options
For P1AP/P1AT devices from Moire Labs, these are power supply options.
The table below describes the individual power supplies:
- Order code - number in the order codes table
- Description - type of power supply
- Number of messages - the number of messages that can be sent by a given type of power supply
- Operating time - the maximum recommended operating time of the device per battery
|Order code||Description||Number of messages||Operating time|
|C0||D-size LiSOCl2 3.6V non-rechargeable battery||50 000||3 years|
|C1||P1AB-B0-F0 battery module connector||50 000||3 years|
|C2||26650-size 3.3 - 3.6V rechargeable battery||10 000||3 years|
|C3||External rechargeable NiMH battery BP-2||10 000||3 years|
|C4||USB - only for USB uplink type||No limit||3 years|
|C5||12V DC (1W)||No limit||3 years|
C0 is non-rechargeable battery LiSOCl2 3,6V type LS33600 from SAFT. The battery is able to send data by cadence once every 30 minutes for 3 years, which is the maximum recommended time of use of the battery. When replacing the battery, the back cover of the device must be removed.
C1 is a battery of the same type as C0, but manufactured as an industrial battery pack with reverse polarity protection when replacing the battery. When replacing the battery, the back cover of the device must be removed.
The C2 is a standard 26650 rechargeable LiIon battery. The estimated number of messages per charge is 10,000. When replacing the battery, the back cover of the device must be removed.
C3 is rechargeable battery pack with NiMH batteries. The estimated number of messages per charge is 10,000. It is not necessary to open the device when replacing the battery.
C4 power supply is from a standard USB port. The power connector can be type USB A or USB B. This type of power supply is only for data transfer via USB.
C5 power supply is from 12V DC source with a power of 1W. The power connector is a realized type ... . Can be supplied with a power cable.
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