Raspberry Pi Build HAT Power Supply - 48W

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Power your Raspberry Pi Build HAT projects with the Raspberry Pi Build HAT Power Supply. This 48W power supply will power the Build HAT and connected LEGO® Technic™ motors, as well as your Raspberry Pi computer.

Compatible with LEGO Technic motors and sensors included in the LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Portfolio, the Build HAT combines the power of Raspberry Pi computing with easy building opportunities to help you make creative and robust projects.

Important: The Raspberry Pi Build HAT Power Supply is available for pre-order. Orders will be fulfilled in the order they are received. If you are ordering this product alongside "Live/in-stock" products and want to receive these products ASAP, be sure to designate your order for split shipments in checkout. Due to global supply chain shortages, we cannot guarantee dates for when we will receive stock of this product.
  • Output

    • Output voltage: +8.0V DC
    • Minimum load current: 0.01A
    • Nominal load current: 6.0A
    • Maximum power: 48.0W
    • Load regulation: ±5%
    • Line regulation: ±5%
    • Ripple & noise: 200mVp-p
    • Rise time: 100ms maximum to regulation limits for DC outputs
    • Turn-on delay: 3000ms maximum at nominal input AC voltage and full load
    • Protection: Short circuit protection / Overcurrent protection / Overvoltage protection
    • Efficiency: 87.77% minimum (output current from 100%, 75%, 50%, 25%)
    • Output cable: 1.5m 16AWG
    • Output connector: Barrel connector, 5.5mm × 2.1mm × 11mm, Center positive
  • Input

    • Voltage range: 100-240Vac (rated), 96-264Vac (operating)
    • Frequency: 50/60Hz ±3Hz
    • Current: 1.2A maximum
    • Power consumption (no load): 0.1W maximum
    • Inrush current: No damage shall occur and the input fuse shall not blow

Raspberry Pi Build HAT Power Supply - 48W Product Help and Resources

Core Skill: Electrical Prototyping

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