Can someone tell me the range for the battery connection on the Pytrack?
Can’t find specifications anywhere. Heard that 3.7v lipo was what you should use but I was wondering what voltage it can handle. At 3.7v it won’t start the pytrack. At 4.5v it does but I want to know how high it can handle.
As best I can tell it will accept between 3.4V and 6V on the battery connector. With a 3.7V battery will it start the Pytrack when you press the button on the Pytrack?
Thanks for your response. No that didn’t work. However, I did read somewhere that you can use a pull up resistor between p8 and 3.3v and that might fix it. Let you know how that goes.
No that didn’t work either. Might try to get a pysense and see if that works
I have now bought 2 pysense and 2 pytrack shields and none of them work with a standard 3.7v LiPo battery and a FiPy. It won’t even power up a blink program. Has anyone used either of these combinations before?
You can try updating the firmware on the Pytrack boards. I would try reaching out to Pycom directly on this one and see what they say!