×

Our Technical Support team will be out of the office on Wednesday, April 23 starting at 12pm. Tech Support will reopen with normal hours on Thursday, April 24 at 9am. Thank you

Creative Commons images are CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

14.95

added to your
shopping cart

quantity
In stock 75 in stock
14.95 1+ units
13.46 10+ units
11.96 100+ units

Description: A small, but very mighty power supply. This board was designed to be as small and inconspicuous as possible. The nice thing about LiPower is the ability to use rechargable Lithium Polymer batteries. These batteries are smaller, flatter, and last much longer than a AAA battery. Attach a single cell LiPo battery, flip the power switch, and you will have a 5V supply to power your LilyPad network. Good up to 150mA. Short circuit protected.

This board has a JST connector, which will connect to our JST terminated single cell 3.7V LiPo batteries. It also has terminals for charging the LiPo battery with one of our LiPo chargers.

LilyPad is a wearable e-textile technology developed by Leah Buechley and cooperatively designed by Leah and SparkFun. Each LilyPad was creatively designed to have large connecting pads to allow them to be sewn into clothing. Various input, output, power, and sensor boards are available. They're even washable - but be sure to remove the battery!

Note: A portion of this sale is given back to Dr. Leah Buechley for continued development and education of e-textiles.

Dimensions:

  • 18mm outer diameter
  • Thin 0.8mm PCB

Documents:

Replaces: DEV-08786

Comments 6 comments

  • Is it possible to charge a battery using this and the main board? And, what’s the difference between this and the “LilyPad Simple Power”? Thanks…

    • The simple power does not have a built in battery, you use your own battery and the simple power makes it useable for LilyPad.

  • I am a little confused. Under ‘Dimensions’ it says 18mm OD but in the photo it appears to be considerably larger than the standard 24.2mm size reference. What’s with that?

  • Is the LiPo good for 150ma or 100ma? - The description says 150ma, however the schematic says 100ma.

  • Hi Sparkfun,

    I am an industrial designer student designing a female scooter jacket with LED’s. I am looking for power sources, and as my knowledge in electronics is limited I am addressing my questions to you.

    I have purchased the power case DEV-11259 for the AAA battery. I have 4 circuits with respectively 40, 32, 30 and 16 Lilypad LEDs (in parallel). From the LED datasheet (the DEV-100-series), I see that forward voltage is 2V. Since I have 4 circuits, do I have to use 2 Lilypad micro controllers? The 4 circuits have to be independent of each other.

    Circuit 1, Two lines of LEDs on arms: 40 Circuit 2: Two lines of LEDs in front: 32 Circuit 3: Two lines of LEDs in back: 30 Circuit 4: Cluster of LED’s on back-arms: 16

    Maximum number of LED’s on at one time is 102. The number of LED’s can be adjusted down if necessary. I recon the rechargeable Lithium would be better for this application since it says that it lasts longer.

    I wonder, is 102 an incredible high amount of LED’s for one Lilypad LiPower source? How long will the power source last with 102 LED’s on? Or X LEDs? I will be happy to send you a schematic of the jacket.

    How sturdy are the LEDs? Can they really last the 1000 operation hrs when placed in a jacket and with the use that comes with a jacket? Also referring to the recommendation of using the LEDs within 1,5 year after purchase. Another question: Do you provide LEDs that can be clipped onto a textile circuit instead of sewn on? In that way, I think it would be easier to change LEDs after their operation life, or in case of a defect.

    Thank you for your time.

    Regards, Janniche


Related Products