Commit c7e20a06 authored by Vaishali Pathak's avatar Vaishali Pathak

Merge branch 'vaishali' into 'master'

README improved

See merge request !13
parents 548bf7ee 38e9b170
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Blip can be powered in three ways, either using USB, battery connector, or using the VEXT header on the board. Blip has a power selection switch to select power supply option, select VREG for USB and battery connector, VEXT headers for external power source.
* In VREG position, Blip is powered by output of on-board 3.3V regulator. (Vdd = Vreg)
* In VEXT position, Blip is directly powered from voltage at VEXT pin. (Vdd = Vext)
[Warning: VEXT must not exceed 3.3V]
**Maximum Input Voltage**
* USB powered : 5V
* Vext = 1.8V to 3.3V
* Vbat = Lithium ion/polymer 3.7/4.2V battery
**Note**
**Power Rating**
* Max battery charging current : 150mA
* When powering with Vext, the debugger, charging IC, and LDO are bypassed for low current consumption
## Default Firmware with App
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Blip comes with default firmware. As soon as you plug blip, the firmware will start advertising the sensor values. The advertised data can be seen on Electronut Labs mobile app.
The mobile app can be downloaded from the link below.
* [Android app](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.electronut.app&hl=en_US) for blip.
The below contains three screenshots of the Electronut Labs App.
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