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Stable Power Supply 5V-5A for Raspberry Pi on your Drone

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(TRINH PHUNG) #1

Make your Companion Computer more stable, not suddenly reset by fluctuating power supply in fly time, reduce noise by the devices like ESC, motor, servo…

https://product.xb-uav.com/stable-power-module

Stable Power Module

Stable Power Module is professionally designed with power IC 5V-5A to provide stable power for Companion computer as well as peripheral devices. It also has a built-in Serial port for connecting Companion computer and flight control. All connector in Stable Power Module is standard (JST GH and Molex Clik-Mate)

Technical detail


Weight: 21gram
Dimensions: 60 x 35 x 15 mm
Power Input: 7 to 36V power input (CLIK MATE 2.00mm)
Power Out: 5V/5A for

  • Rasp Pi (Jump 2.54mm)
  • Cooling fan, Peripherals (CLIK MATE 2.00mm)
    Features: * Serial port (JST-GH)
  • Reverse voltage protection
  • Resist fluctuated, noise of electric power
  • Green Led Indicator Power
    Compatible: * Compatible with all companion computer which have Rasp Pi pinout (2x20 2.54mm)
  • All Raspberry Pi models
(Mike Boland) #2

Thats expensive for a simple 5A power module.

I usually can get good reliable and smaller ones from eBay under $7

So is there any specific claim to fame for this module other than it takes up your slot on the Pi?

(TRINH PHUNG) #3

I think it’s professional, stable, and standard of drone code connector and wiring!

($7 Ubec for only power (not high quality than me), you need diy usb cable for supply power rasp pi and cable for connecting pixhawk to pi )


(Bobby Sakaki) #4

Does this also support the Intel UpBoard?

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(TRINH PHUNG) #5

yes, Intel UpBoard have 40 pinout which same Raspberry Pi. So I think my stable power module is compatible with UpBoard. and my power is 5A-5V, it’s strong and stable for upboard.

(mlebret) #6

Can it be used with GPIO PassTrought and a RPi hat like Navio2 or else?

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(TRINH PHUNG) #7

yes, stable power have option “no header” and you could soldering pass Thought header.