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T208 is the upgrade version of T200, supports upto 6-cell 18650 battery, can provide enough power supply for your outdoor scientific research. We no longer use cable connections and use new and more reliable GPIO connections.
The T208 is an advanced uninterruptible power supply (UPS) expansion board specially designed for NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit. It provides Max 5.1V 8000mA Power Backup for even the most demanding Jetson Nano set ups, intelligent & safe power management, AC power loss/ power adapter failure detection, auto power-on, full poweroff from software, advanced system power path management, i2c & LED fuel-gauge systems, and with 6-cell 18650 battery holder.
WIKI for reference: http://raspberrypiwiki.com/T208
Updated the product photo with T208-A1 board at September 16th.
Smart and powerful Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Intelligent and safe power management
Also consider that you will need a case for this jetson nano UPS kit, we will release the metal case for T208 in the future. The T208 case is under design now.
It works well. Cut off voltage is 2.5V which is acceptable for modern Li-Ion batteries. Built-in LED fuel gauge is not accurate but fortunately remaining charge reported via I2C is of good accuracy. It is strange that they did not use values reported by i2c fuel gauge for build-in LED fuel gauge but other than that, everything works great. My Jetson Nano consumes at full load about 20W (instead of 10W) since it is overclocked (CPU 2.2GHz, GPU 1.2GHz, NVENC/NVDEC 0.8GHz), and input voltage (accorging to “sudo cat /sys/bus/i2c/drivers/ina3221x/6-0040/iio:device0/in_voltage0_input”) (20W or 4A) is within 4.79-4.81V. It would be better if they made it 5.25V instead of 5.1V so there is more headroom (below 4.75V Jetson Nano can become unstable and some USB devices do not like USB voltage below 5.0V). But as of right now, this is the best UPS for Jetson Nano. And even when batteries about to hit 2.5V cut off threshold, input voltage is maintained at 4.8V@4A and there is no stability issues. It is better than any other power supply for Jetson Nano I have tried so far. I guess it can provide at least 5-6A before input voltage hits 4.75V threshold which is good enough for me.
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