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The Pi Top was designed to make the Raspberry Pi mobile
Designed using Cadence OrCAD, the Pi-Top is an amazing way to store, use, power, control and program the Raspberry Pi.
the Pi-Top consists of the following modules
- 13.3” HD LCD screen with eDP interface
- 1366x768 resolution
- Colour active matrix TFT LCD module with anti-glare finish
- 3W power consumption
- PWM screen dim control (available on PCB rail)
- 60Hz refresh rate
- 262K colours
- eDP 1.2 interface
- Fully reprogrammable via USB
- Any character can be put on any key position, to suit user’s exact preferences
- UK and US vinyl layouts available
- 2.2mm operating distance
- 28 pin FPC cable
- PalmCheck feature helps prevents unwanted mouse clicks
- PS/2 interface
- 1N mouse click operating force
- 8 pin FPC cable
The base bottom contains the battery and modular rail where you will pop in the Hub and Raspberry Pi 2. No wires or tools are required, like a lego laptop you snap everything into place. The Pi-Top smart battery pack is protected by a sheet of brushed stainless steel, so you can be sure your battery is securely in place.
- Smart Battery Pack
- Two–wire SMBus v2.0 interface
- JEITA recommended charge profile
- Over–current, over–voltage, over–temperature and short–circuit protection
- Charge balancing for extenxed lifetime
- 51.8 Watt–hour capacity
- 10–12 hours run time
With over 150 components on this circuit board, the Pi-Top Hub PCB takes care of power management, our screen driver and a host of other functionality which allows us to turn the Raspberry Pi into a great open source laptop.
- Power management
- Screen driver (HDMI to eDP conversion)
- Batery LED indicators
- 18V. 3A input
- 5V. 3.5A output
- 3.3V 500mA output
- Persistent 3.3V output
- (available even when powered off)
- PCB rail specification pinout connects UART, I2C and SPI to Raspberry Pi for use with add-on boards.
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