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Fry's 2.5A micro usb Power Supply-$1.49

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Saw this in my email and figured you can never have too many power supplies for projects(raspberry pi and arduino, etc):
https://www.frys.com/email/190407...de/1516103
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Looks like it's for the Raspberry Pi.

Some people pay like 10 bucks for a RPI power supply
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There is only one review on the black one that said it didn't work for their Raspberry Pi. Tempted to get some but not sure if they are to be trusted @2.5A.
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Free store pick-up or $10 "ultra saver" shipping, wow.
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F. Frys
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Don't buy one for a pi. The don't put out the advertised amperage. Constant lightning bolts on both a pi 3 and a pi 2 I tried, even an occasional reboot.
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My 5V 2A phone charger works fine for my pi3 b+.
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Got a couple for backup
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can I use this on 1A input
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I have one of those but it some times it shows the low voltage warning (the yellow bolt on top right of screen), which means the voltage is lower than 4.65V
I only had a mouse, a keyboard, Ethernet and HDMI attached (WiFi and BT disabled)
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can I use this on 1A input
Yes. It outputs 2.5.
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Got one for my computer
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Can I use this to Trickle charge my Red Pickup truck? Would I just cut the end off and duck tape it to terminals ?
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I bought the Rhino brand before and regretted it. Constantly reports under voltage on raspberry pi 3b, which is a risk for SD card corruption. It also has a short cable, which makes it less useful as a charger.
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