Official Raspberry Pi 4 USB-C Power Supply - 15.3W - 5.1V 3A
The official Raspberry Pi USB-C power supply is designed to power the latest Raspberry Pi 4 Model B computers, which were released in June 2019. Featuring a captive USB-C cable output voltage at 5.1V and max current of 3 Amps.
- Output voltage: +5.1V DC
- Minimum load current: 0A
- Nominal load current: 3.0A
- Maximum power: 15.3W
- Load regulation: ±5%
- Line regulation: ±2%
- Ripple & noise: 120mVp-p
- Rise time: 100ms maximum to regulation limits for DC outputs
- Turn-on delay: 3000ms maximum at nominal input AC voltage and full load
- Short circuit protection
- Overcurrent protection
- Over temperature protection
- Efficiency: 81% minimum (output current from 100%, 75%, 50%, 25%) 72% minimum at 10% load
- Output cable: 1.5m 18AWG
- Output connector: USB Type-C
- Voltage range: 100-240Vac (rated)
- 96-264Vac (operating)
- Frequency: 50/60Hz ±3Hz
- Current: 0.5A maximum
- Power consumption (no load): 0.075W maximum
- Inrush current: No damage shall occur and the input fuse shall not blow
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