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BattLab-One - Power Profiler

An electronics design tool for capturing current profiles of battery powered devices and optimizing battery life for your IOT projects

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The Battlab-One:
- Replaces the battery for your IOT project by providing a power supply unit with standard battery voltage output and then uses the built-in
current sense technology of the Battlab-One to capture the current consumption profile of your device
- Captures both active event and sleep mode current
- MSP430 device simulates standard batteries for Li-Ion, LiFePO4, Alkaline, NiMh, NiCd
- Provides voltages of 1.2V, 1.5V, 2.4V, 3.0V, 3.2, 3.6V, 3.7V, 4.5V at up to 450 mA , perfect for measuring your ESP8266 power demands.
- Enables trigger input to capture different firmware states and their impact on overall battery life
- Long active event capture duration from seconds to hours
- Extremely low burden voltage across all ranges (BattLab-One provides PSU output)
- Offers what-if optimization analysis to improve the design of your project/product
- USB power and data isolated from PSU output to avoid ground loops
- Open source hardware and software

BattLab_One_V1.1.1.py

Latest Release V1.1.1 Added sleep current plot Added sleep current data export

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BattLab_One_V1.02.py

Application software for Battlab-One

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Production_Rev_A.sch

Battlab-One Rev A Schematic in Eagle

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Production_Rev_A.brd

Battlab-One Rev A PCB in Eagle

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Schematic_Production_Rev_A.JPG

Battlab-One Rev A Image

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Bluebird Labs Doug Peters wrote 09/19/2020 at 23:10 point

Yes it has a Li-Coin setting.

Apologies for the delay in responding.

Doug

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jim.wilkinson wrote 09/07/2020 at 21:06 point

Will this work with a CR2032 Lithium coin cell?

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