How is STELLINA powered?

How is STELLINA powered?

STELLINA requires a power source delivering at least 5.1V (+/- 0.1V) and at least 2.4A on a USB Type-C connector.
For that, two solutions exist:
– an external power adapter (plugged on your mains)
– an external battery (e.g. power bank used to charge your smartphone)
We provide a 10 000mAh battery with your Stellina but feel free to purchase a bigger one if you want to observe all night long! Most of the bigger batteries will not fit in the compartment though.


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