To save the Pi during uncertain power falls or unintended shutdowns, a UPS can be constructed, same as the UPS backups which are used in our home or offices. Here in this project, we will make the RPI UPS power supply that could provide sufficient time to save the code in RPi as well as this can be used as a separate power supply unit for backup also. We have built this project on PCB and have used PCBWay to fabricate the boards for this project. In the following sections of the article, we have covered in detail the complete procedure to design, order, and assemble the PCB boards for this Raspberry Pi UPS Hat from PCBWay so that you can also easily build one on your own. So let’s get started.
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