Posibilities of Better Hardware

Posted by jmac928 
Posibilities of Better Hardware
May 09, 2013 04:07AM
Current hardware is very good, but be aware that new possibilities come to enhance this magnificent idea of piratebox
and librarybox



Please check these new tp link powered portatil router....

TL-MR12U


TL-MR13U

TL-MR13U (price 43 us dollars)

Tp-link portable routers (chinese web page, google translated)

MR10U(26US), with the price is almost the same of wr703 .)

TP-Link TL-MR10U --- WIKI---



Edited 5 time(s). Last edit at 07/27/2013 03:50PM by jmac928.
Current hardware good prices
May 09, 2013 05:11AM


Good prices of hardware on AliExpress, Amazon, Ebay



Routers

TP-LINK TL-WR703N

Tp-link tl-mr11u (Tp-link mr 3040)

TL-WR1043ND

TL-MR3020

Tp-link tl-mr12u (not yet supported....)


Battery Replacement for Tp-link mr 3040

Tp-Link Replacement Battery mr3040 mr11u




Solar Panels

LiteFuze® 20W Mono-crystalline Solar Panel 20 Watt - High-Efficiency - Durable Heavy Duty Long Lasting Frame

Instapark® NEW All Black 20W High-Efficiency Mono-crystalline Solar Panel

LiteFuze® 30W Mono-crystalline Solar Panel 30 Watt - High-Efficiency - Durable Heavy Duty Long Lasting Frame


Cheap Solar panels for charging

Another very good choice of Solar Panel

Voltaic Systems 1018 Amp Solar Charger

Fuse Solar Charger

Instapark® NEW All Black 30W Mono-crystalline Solar Panel, 30 watt

Ramsond 10 Watt Solar Panel Monocrystalline Photovoltaic



Battery Bank (Charger)

Battery Charger box

18650 PROTECTED Li-ion (Panasonic NCR18650B)

EasyAcc 12000mAh 4 USB External Battery Pack

Anker® Astro3E 10000mAh External Battery Pack



Carring Case

Portable EVA Hard Drive Carrying Case Pouch(For carring the router and battery))



Short cables to connect the router and battery within the Carring Case

(Micro USB to female connector(for charging the battery pack within the carring case)

(Cable to connect TL-WR703N or TL-MR3040 to Batery pack within carring case)

(Cable to connect TL-MR3020 to Battery within the carring case)



Best Rated Usb Plash Drives

SanDisk Cruzer Fit

Kingston Digital 32GB

Kingston Digital DataTraveler



Best Hub with Charger funtion

Plugable USB 2.0 4 Port Hub



Best Rated usb Hard drives

WD Elements SE Portable 500 GB USB 3.0

WD Elements SE Portable 1 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

Transcend Information 1 TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive - Military Drop Standards



Do it yourself battery Pack

5V 1.5A Portable USB 18650 Battery Charger Box Mobile Power bank For phone MP3

5V 2A/1A Mobile Power Supply 18650 Battery Charger aluminum box/dual USB output

Diy Battery pack

Batteries

Sealed Lead Acid Battery (12V; 35 AH; UB12350)

35AH 12V DC DEEPCYCLE SLA SOLAR ENERGY STORAGE BATTERY

Odyssey PC625 Powersports Battery



Weatherproof Cases and boxes

Ip 67 Boxes for stationary deployment

Pelican Micro-Case with Clear Lid and Carabineer,

MTM Survivor Dry Box with O-Ring Seal

Big plastic box To carry battery, hard drive. Big routers....



Edited 11 time(s). Last edit at 07/19/2013 03:30AM by jmac928.
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
May 12, 2013 08:24PM
This is to all the visitors...


Please comment for better options and publish here.... for a good database of all useful hardware...
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
May 13, 2013 11:45PM
My "best buy hint" for outdor fun is:

Battery charger case:
[j.mp]

Batteries for this pack:
[j.mp]

Payed about 18 EUR for both, together.
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
May 14, 2013 06:15PM
That'll do it, all right.

I'm working on my power supply guide. The last section is going to conclude with 'buy one of these, because you can't build one.'
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
May 15, 2013 03:10PM
Sometimes it's better to buy something already well done by someone to reinvent the wheel. The prices of most of the pieces I've published are relatively economical and also have been well qualified by previous buyers. Really is very important to have the knowledge of how to build a very good source for well to have criteria to buy a good power source. Thanks to all for posting their findings.

Please check these new routers and old ones with excellent prices.....


TL-MR12U ( Not yet openwrt supported ...is a shame because they have very good specifications and built in battery.)

TL-MR13U (Not yet openwrt supported ...is a shame because they have very good specifications and built in battery.)

Tp-link portable routers (chinese web page, google translated)

TL-WR703N (price 99 yuan = 16 us dollars) Very Cheap

Tp-link tl-mr11u (Tp-link mr 3040) (165 yuan =27 us dollars) Very Cheap

TP-LINK TL-MR3040 (price on amazon ... 49 us dollars)

Yuan to Us Dollars converter



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/15/2013 06:45PM by jmac928.
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
May 15, 2013 04:55PM
Becareful with the MR12U and MR13U I can't find any hint that they are suitable for OpenWRT....
Posibilities of Better Hardware
May 15, 2013 06:37PM
Very cheap, various regulatory options dc to dc for any power supply needed for PirateBox

Lithium ion battery 5V 2A Dual USB all-in-one boost charge iPhone capacity LCD

in5V &out 3.7V 5V 9V 12V 4A 2A 1.5A 1A Mobile USB 18650 Battery Charger Box/ipad


DC-DC Converter Boost Buck Step Up Step Down Voltage Module 3.5-28V to 1.25-26V

Auto DC-DC LM2596 Step-Down Adjustable Converter Power Module Boost Buck Convert

DC-DC Auto Boost Buck adjustable step down Converter Module Solar Voltage LM2577

Auto DC-DC Boost Buck Converter Solar Voltage Regulator 25W 3-30V to 0.5-30V

5A LM2587 DC/DC Converter Boost Power Supply Regulator

30W DC/DC Converter Regulator Step down 6A , Input 10V-15V , Output 0.9V - 12V

8-40V to 3-30V 8A DC-DC Buck Converter HRD12008 Switching High Power Supply

12A 100W DC Converter IN 4.5-32V OUT 0.8-30V Adjustable Buck Power Supply Module

150W DC-DC Boost Converter 10-32V to 12-35V 6A Step Up Voltage Charger Power

5-25V to 3-24V DC Converter Buck Step-Down Voltage Regulator Power Supply Module

100W 12A DC-DC Buck Step-Down 4.5-30V to 0.8-28V Laptop Car Led Converter 95%

AC/DC to DC LM317 power Continuous adjustable Voltage regulator With protection

DC 4.5-30V to 0.8-30V Step Down Power Supply Constant Current Charger LED Driver

12V to 5V DC Buck Converter 10-14V to 2-5.5V 15A Peak 20A Step Down Regulator

DC-DC 8-56v to 2-45V 5A electric car buck step down power supply module new

10pcs DC Converter step down 7V- 24 to 5V 3A USB output Module for MP3/MP4 Phone

DC Lithium Battery Boost circuit boards Step-up Power Module 2-6V to 3.3-9V 2A

DC-DC 3.7v to 5v step-up Boost Mobile power supply module power supply board

5V USB DC 7V-24V to 5V 3A Step Down Buck KIS3R33S Module Arduino than LM2596

10-15V to 0.9-12V 25W DC Step Down Converter 12V to 5V 5A Buck Power Supply

10~15V to 0.9~12V 8A DC-DC Step-Down Power Supply 50W

Automatic Boost Buck Auto DC module solar Power Supply
10 pcs/Lot DC-DC Single Lithium Battery Boost 3V to 5V Power Supply Module



Edited 5 time(s). Last edit at 06/15/2013 06:29PM by jmac928.
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
May 15, 2013 06:42PM
A lot of those parts are completely unsuitable. Either the wrong output voltage, or rated for currents far, far greater than a piratebox needs.
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
May 20, 2013 05:28PM
Matthias Wrote:
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> Becareful with the MR12U and MR13U I can't find
> any hint that they are suitable for OpenWRT....

Hello Matthias
Please check this info about new routers battery operated running openwrt

Photos of TL-MR12U = CHIP of TL-MR10 = TP-Link TL-WR703N/TL-MR-3020
TL-MR10 = ( TP-Link TL-WR703N) Now Supported by OpenWrt trunk
May 31, 2013 05:24AM
jmac928 Wrote:
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> Matthias Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Becareful with the MR12U and MR13U I can't
> find
> > any hint that they are suitable for OpenWRT....
>
> Hello Matthias
> Please check this info about new routers battery
> operated running openwrt
>
> Photos of TL-MR12U = CHIP of TL-MR10 = TP-Link
> TL-WR703N/TL-MR-3020

TL-MR10 = ( TP-Link TL-WR703N) Now Supported by OpenWrt trunk

Some user on the Open Wrt Forum reports that this image had worked well....

[downloads.openwrt.org]

And this is the image That had worked

[downloads.openwrt.org]
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
June 05, 2013 05:06PM
Photos of MR3020, WR073N, MR10U

Photos of MR3020, WR073N, MR10U
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
June 16, 2013 09:16PM
NEW OPEN WRT SUPPORT FOR TP-Link TL-MR10U (A portable router with an onboard 2600mAh rechargeable_battery. VERY SIMILAR TO TP-Link TL-MR11U)



TP-Link TL-MR10U -----(WIKI)----

[forum.daviddarts.com]



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/19/2013 02:01AM by jmac928.
I'm building my firs ever PirateBox and would like answers to the following questions:

I have bought the MR3020 router and am looking for a good battery source for it. What's the best one that is compatible with my router? I ask because I want to place my router in a box as well and make it mobile.

2. Can I use a 1 TB external HD instead of a USB flash drive? I want more space but don't know if this is possible.

Any response is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
June 20, 2013 10:32AM
>> 2. Can I use a 1 TB external HD instead of a USB flash drive? I want more space but don't know if this is possible.
Yes, should work. But you are limited by fat32 ... and 4gb filesize
Thanks guys this has really helped me out. I now feel more confident knowing the specs of the hardware I'm going to need. I'll be posting pictures of my finished PBox soon.
Btw Matthias, when you say "4GB file" do you mean that any file that I want to upload to my PBox cannot exceed that size?
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
June 21, 2013 10:51PM
Thats correct my friend .....
But why put that large file to download in Pb if the person who discharged it would take a lot time and would consume the limited resources of the router ... In my PBs i just put files not larger that 50 Mb
Well I'm planning on using my PBox for educational purposes. I intend to provide them access to educational media in the form of e-books of a variety of genres, documentary films, music etc. Of course, not all of it will be educational just a good chunk of it will be. I hold a strong relationship with them so I'm sure they'll be interested to learn about PirateBox this way.
By "them" I mean the youth in my coummnity.
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
June 22, 2013 08:59AM
The4ner Wrote:
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> Btw Matthias, when you say "4GB file" do you mean
> that any file that I want to upload to my PBox
> cannot exceed that size?

exact. it is a limitation by FAT32

You overcome this issue, if you splice large files into ie. 50MB chunks, like on the old days of emule. winking smiley

regards Matthias
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
July 11, 2013 03:20AM
>
> TL-MR13U (Not yet openwrt supported ...is a shame
> because they have very good specifications and
> built in battery.)
>
>

Good news New OpenWrt image working on TL-MR13U
Please check this link
[forum.openwrt.org]


Click here to download the firmware (36674) and the packages

with this baby working say good bye to external battery packs. this router is ideal for Piratebox and LibraryBox ...the finger smiley


TP-Link TL-MR13U battery lasts 31-32 hours. (this router have 2 usb , 1 that is used for connect any usb device , flash drive , hard drive, and the other usb can provide 2000 mAh of charging any usb device. or enough power to move any portable hard drive 1 -2 -3 Terabytes...)



TL-MR13U US $42.97 with free shipping world wide
[www.aliexpress.com]



Edited 6 time(s). Last edit at 07/19/2013 02:19AM by jmac928.
Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
July 19, 2013 02:39AM
With this price very soon the mr10u will replace tl-wr703n
[www.aliexpress.com]


Another place with good price for tl-mr10u
[www.tinydeal.com]



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/19/2013 02:46AM by jmac928.
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Re: Posibilities of Better Hardware
January 26, 2016 08:12AM
Now operwrt supports TP-Link TL-MR12U.
[wiki.openwrt.org]
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