10,000mAh Power Bank can power your PiDOCK 400 on the go.
This small power bank packs a big punch to power your PiDOCK 400 for hours.
It features a digital gauge to let you know how much battery is remaining so that you never run out of power in the middle of of a project.
The power bank Includes the following cables:
USB-A to 5.5mm DC Barrel Cable to power a PiDOCK 400.
USB-A to USB-C Cable to power a Raspberry Pi 4 Board.
USB-A to Micro USB Cable to power Raspberry Pi 3 & Raspberry Pi Zero Boards.
You can charge the battery via a PC or any USB Power Port using the included USB-C or Micro USB Cables.
You can also charge the battery via a separately sold USB Port Power Supply , Micro USB or USB-C power supply.
Important: The battery CAN simultaneously supply power via its USB-A output port and be charged via the Micro USB or USB-C input ports. However the battery will shut down when the the input (charging) power is turned off/disconnected.
- Capacity: 10000mAh/37Wh
- Size: 4.0*2.5*0.9in/102*64*22mm
- Weight: 6.5oz/185g
- On/Off switch
- Ports: 1x Micro USB Port (input ) 1x USB-C Port (Input) 2x USB-A Port (5v/3a Output)
- 6 Inch USB-A to PiDOCK 400 Compatible Cable
- 6 inch USB-A to Micro USB
- 6 Inch USB-A to USB-C Cables
- Storage Bag/Pouch
When plugged in to pi dock 400 with raspberry pi 400, raspberry pi 400 gives message saying low voltage. When plugged in to power while powering pi dock 400/pi 400, (pass through) the screen won't turn on for more than a second, raspberry pi 400 has green light on, so must be on but can't power both while plugged in.
This is not what vilros claimed, saying it works. I have updated the pi 400 with the newest raspberry pi OS, bullseye. Maybe they tested with legacy raspberry pi OS.
2 stars because while it gives a low voltage message, it still works at least while you aren't charging the power supply, and it does last 4 to 5 hours