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Power supply

Reach RS2 has built-in LiFePO4 battery providing up to 22 hours of autonomous work when logging data and up to 16 hours as a 3G rover.

Charging over USB

You can power and charge Reach RS2 over USB-C cable using power supplies like:

  • Power bank
  • USB wall adapter

Powering Reach RS2 from the external connector

Reach RS2 can automatically turn on when the power is supplied to the device via an external 9-pin bottom connector with a voltage in the range from 6V to 40V. Removing power from the bottom connector turns the device off.

You can enable this feature in the ReachView Settings tab.

To charge the receiver 5 watts is required. For operating 7,5 watts on average is required (10 watts maximum).