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BattLab-One Battery simulator/Load analyser

BattLab-One Load Analyser tool
BattLab-One Load Analyser tool

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Introduction

The BattLab-One supplies your IOT device / Microcontroller with up to 4.5V supply @ 450mA. It measures average sleep and wake current draw to estimate how long you device will run on particular batteries. It's kept in the box marked "Other Meters" on the electronics benches

Software can be obtained from the git repository, under the releases page. Further information can be found on the developer's site.

Latest version of the user manual is here as of 21 Jun 2021, again check the developer's site for updates

Current Status

Date Status Comment
21st June 2021 Fully Functional No reported problems

Planned Upgrades

Parts and upgrades that are planned/Budgeted/Purchased for in the near future

  • None Planned

BattLab-One Caretakers

Maintainers

These are the people who look after and repair the BattLab-One, they're the ones to contact if there's any problems with it

Name Notes
Vance-B
Richard-I

Recent Changes

If you make any non-trivial changes to the BattLab-One or perform maintenance please note it here, delete records older than 1 yr