RE: Input Voltage Tolerances - What are the min and max voltages for this device?

Hi, I know this is a 12V device, but what are the maximum and minimum voltages the device will operate with.

Could I use a 4S lithium polymer battery (min 12V max 16.8V) to drive the UP CORE PLUS directly?

Thanks

Answers

  • Jason SchreiberJason Schreiber New Member Posts: 18

    any info available??

  • Michael McCoolMichael McCool New Member Posts: 19

    I would NOT use a 4S Li-Ion battery. The upper voltage will likely be significantly outside the board tolerances.

    A 3S Li-Ion seems to work. This swings between 9.9V and 12.6V. The upper voltage is only 5% over and this should be well within normal design tolerances. The board seems to also tolerate the lower voltage. I'm running an UP Core Plus off a 3S and so far have not had any problems.

    Disclaimer: I am not an Aaeon employee, so take the above with a grain of salt. Also, if you see multiple versions of this post, my apologies, there were some issues with the forum making my posts disappear.

  • rreignierrreignier New Member Posts: 45 ✭✭

    Could someone from AAEON confirm the MAX input voltage of the Up Core Plus board?
    cc @DCleri

    l would like to power it from a 15V USB-PD (Power Delivery) powerbank.
    The converters used seem to support such voltage but I am wondering if the capacitors handle such voltage.
    Thank you.

  • Troy LinTroy Lin Administrator, AAEON Posts: 33 admin

    Hi All,

    The voltage input tolerance for UP Core Plus board is 12V +-5% (up to 12.6V and 11.4V), the board will work normally within this power input range, if it is over or under, the board will not boot up but also will not get damaged as we have designed power protection circuit.

    Thank you.

  • rreignierrreignier New Member Posts: 45 ✭✭

    Hi @Troy Lin

    Thanks a lot for your precise answer.

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