Raspberry Pi Power Consumption Data #RaspberryPi @Raspberry_Pi
Via raspberrypi-spy.co.uk, an interesting article on the power consumed by Raspberry Pi single board computers.
Power consumption on the Raspberry Pi is something we have to consider when building Pi projects. This is especially true when those projects are powered from batteries. Knowing how much current your Pi is going to draw allows you to determine what batteries to use and how long it is likely to run.
In this post we’ll present the results of our Pi power measurements. The models tested were: Pi A+, Pi B+, Pi 2 B, Pi 3 B, Pi 3 B+, Pi 3 A+
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