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Posted at 6/4/2017 00:26:40     
Last edited by exyn In 6/4/2017 00:42 Editor

Attaching a picture of my Firefly-RK3399 with a battery charge/discharge pcb (from my work, modified to give 12 V output and controlled over I2C from the firefly board) underneath and a 16,8 V battery at the bottom. Also equipped with a 4G module and touchscreen to be truly mobile.

Looks a little ghetto atm but the plan is to 3D print a more proper "case" for it. A work in progress

Please share yours
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Posted at 6/5/2017 09:18:00     
very nice!
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Posted at 6/5/2017 10:02:15     
Cool , man
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Posted at 6/13/2017 23:54:44     
Last edited by exyn In 6/13/2017 17:07 Editor

It has now evolved into this. Still a few things to do but essentially a Firefly-RK3399 "laptop" with 194 Wh of battery power.

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Posted at 8/15/2017 04:44:24     
Hi, could you bring more details on how did you manage to use a battery for powering the board?
Does the android system detect the charge level in the battery?
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Posted at 1/7/2018 20:20:49     
Where have you got standoff/supports for M.2 slot for 4G module?
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