Official Power Supply for Raspberry Pi – 3B/2/1

$19.99

The Raspberry Pi 3 is powered by a +5.1V micro USB supply. Exactly how much current (mA) the Raspberry Pi requires is dependent on what you connect to it. The Raspberry Pi foundation recommends using a 2.5A power supply that provides ample power to run your Raspberry Pi. Typically, the model B uses between 700-1000mA depending on what peripherals are connected; the model A can use as little as 500mA with no peripherals attached. The maximum power the Raspberry Pi can use is 1 Amp. If you need to connect a USB device that will take the power requirements above 1 Amp, then you must connect it to an externally-powered USB hub.

The power requirements of the Raspberry Pi increase as you make use of the various interfaces on the Raspberry Pi. The GPIO pins can draw 50mA safely, distributed across all the pins; an individual GPIO pin can only safely draw 16mA. The HDMI port uses 50mA, the camera module requires 250mA, and keyboards and mice can take as little as 100mA or over 1000mA. Check the power rating of the devices you plan to connect to the Pi and purchase a power supply accordingly.

Please Note : This product is out of stock. Please check out the latest Official Power Supply for the Raspberry Pi 4 which combined with the USB Type C Female to USB Micro converter will power the Raspberry Pi 3/2/1.

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The Raspberry Pi 3 is powered by a +5.1V micro USB supply. Exactly how much current (mA) the Raspberry Pi requires is dependent on what you connect to it. The Raspberry Pi foundation recommends using a 2.5A power supply that provides ample power to run your Raspberry Pi. Typically, the model B uses between 700-1000mA depending on what peripherals are connected; the model A can use as little as 500mA with no peripherals attached. The maximum power the Raspberry Pi can use is 1 Amp. If you need to connect a USB device that will take the power requirements above 1 Amp, then you must connect it to an externally-powered USB hub.

The power requirements of the Raspberry Pi increase as you make use of the various interfaces on the Raspberry Pi. The GPIO pins can draw 50mA safely, distributed across all the pins; an individual GPIO pin can only safely draw 16mA. The HDMI port uses 50mA, the camera module requires 250mA, and keyboards and mice can take as little as 100mA or over 1000mA. Check the power rating of the devices you plan to connect to the Pi and purchase a power supply accordingly.

Please Note : This product is out of stock. Please check out the latest Official Power Supply for the Raspberry Pi 4 which combined with the USB Type C Female to USB Micro converter will power the Raspberry Pi 3/2/1.

 

 

What are some of the features of the product – Here’s a listing of some of the features of the product.

  1. Input Voltage AC Max: 240V
  2. Output Connector: USB Micro
  3. Output Current Max: 2.5A
  4. Output Power Max: 10W
  5. Output Voltage Nom.: 5V
  6. SVHC: No SVHC
  7. 1.5m micro USB B Lead
  8. Plug Type: Australian Adaptor
  9. ErP level 6 efficiency rating
  10. Color – Based on stock available

What’s included in the kit – Here’s a listing of all the components included in this kit –

  1. 1 x Official Raspberry Pi Power Supply 3B+/2/1

 Development Tracks & Tutorials –  If you are keen to start programming with the Arduino UNO, Arduino MEGA or the Raspberry Pi we have you covered. We offer a range of FREE development tracks and tutorials through our digital Learning Management System (LMS) at KidzCanCode. Our FREE development tracks and tutorials let you get started with block based programming, python programming, game development of even the fundamentals of electronics using the BBC micro:bit. Here’s a list of the development tracks and tutorials on offer. Check out the KidzCanCode website to learn more.

  1. Exploring Electronics fundamentals using Raspberry Pi & Python
  2. Exploring fundamentals of electronics using the Arduino UNO
  3. Exploring coding concepts using the BBC micro:bit – I
  4. Exploring coding concepts using the BBC micro:bit – II
  5. Exploring coding concepts using the BBC micro:bit – III
  6. Introduction to electronics using the BBC micro:bit – I
  7. Introduction to electronics using the BBC micro:bit – II
  8. Design interactive games using the BBC micro:bit
  9. Introduction to MicroPython using the BBC micro:bit
  10. Kitronik Inventors kits for the BBC micro:bit

Please use the contact us form to drop us a note with ideas for tutorials and development tracks. We are always looking for ideas and constructive input. Alternatively you can reach us at oztoylib@hack2.live.

 

Additional information

Weight0.100 kg
Dimensions15 × 10 × 5 cm

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