[April 23] Q4OS ver 2.7-r5 - 1080P Pinebook / Pinebook |[Feb 26] Recalbox beta v3.1- Rock64 |[Feb 26] Recalbox 190222- RockPro64 / Minimal Debian by mrfixit2001 - 190222 - RockPro64 |[Feb 26] Q4OS 2.7-r2 - Pinebook 1080P / Pinebook |[Feb 22] Batocera Linux 5.20-20190121- RockPro64 | [Feb 19] Manjaro KDE 19.02 / Manjaro LXQT 19.02 - Pinebook1080P / Pinebook | [Feb 19] Slackware Aarch64 Miniroot and XFCE 20190201 - RockPro

Project Inspiration | Get Started | IRC Logs | Forum Rules/Policy


PB charge current
#1
Does anyone know the charge current of the PB? Is this set it SW or HW and has anyone tried to change it? I don't want to stress the battery beyond it's max C rating but it would be cool to get a higher charge current.
Reply
#2
I haven't measured the battery charge current, but overall current consumption for a 14" Pinebook is about 11 watts when charging. This was measured on the 12V side of a 12V->5v converter which would have some conversion overhead so actual consumption would be just a bit less.

I'm really curious what the consumption/current draw looks like for the Pinebook Pro.
Reply
#3
(02-23-2019, 07:27 AM)PatrickM Wrote: I haven't measured the battery charge current, but overall current consumption for a 14" Pinebook is about 11 watts when charging. This was measured on the 12V side of a 12V->5v converter which would have some conversion overhead so actual consumption would be just a bit less.

I'm really curious what the consumption/current draw looks like for the Pinebook Pro.

Yeah me to. Apparently it's going to be USB-C using PD mode.
Reply


Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  Sleep current for Pinebook or other Pine A64 based boards xbing6 4 332 07-07-2018, 02:38 PM
Last Post: ayufan

Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)