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Micro USB Power Supply - 5.1V 2.5A - Raspberry Pi Original

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This Micro USB Power Supply is a Raspberry Pi Original 5.1V 2.5A PSU, to provide ample power for your Pi Projects!

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When it comes to powering your Raspberry Pi, it’s important to get a reliable PSU that can provide the power your Pi needs to thrive, and what better way to ensure this than with a Raspberry Pi Original Micro USB Power Supply, rated at 5.1V 2.5A and designed to perfectly accommodate Raspberry Pi 3 Boards. This PSU offers a Level VI Efficiency, with a single Micro USB output, ensuring optimal power delivery throughout its lifespan, and includes all of the great features like short-circuit, over-current and over-voltage protection.

And while this PSU is very similar to other Wall Adapter Power Supplies, it also features a range of different AC Inlet adapters so that you can take your Pi around the world without problem!

Please Note: This is a Raspberry Pi Original product, designed and manufactured to be perfectly compatible with Raspberry Pi Single Board Computers.

 

Raspberry Pi Original Micro USB Power Supply  -  Technical Specifications:

  • Input Voltage

– 90V to 264V AC                                        

  • Output Voltage

– 5.1V

  • Output Current

– 2.5A

  • Connector

– Micro USB

  • Power Rating

– 13W

  • Cable Length

– 1.5m

  • Energy Efficiency Level

– VI

  • MTBF

– 50,000 Hours

  • Raspberry Pi Compatibility

Raspberry Pi 3

  • Weight

– 150g

  • Adapter Dimensions

– 73 x 45 x 35mm

 

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