How do I power my Raspberry Pi?Sep 18, 2015 At ModMyPi we offer a range of different micro-development boards, which all require slightly different power sources! Some are very stringent in their required..
This 5.1V 2.5A power supply (EU Pin) with switch is perfectly suited for use with the Raspberry Pi 3 and all previous models. Tested on multiple Pi's under different loads and conditions, this quality charger delivers a stable voltage to the Pi of 4.95 to 5.15V, which sits nicely withinin the stable range that the Raspberry Pi requires. This charger is the perfect low cost solution to make sure that your Pi doesn't suffer from low power cut-outs, which many low quality chargers can cause.
We've added an in-line on/off rocker switch so you can now hard power your Pi on or off with ease!
The Power Supply Features an EU 2 Pin Plug
Upgraded for use with the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
In-line on/off rocker switch
Tested for Compatibility with the Raspberry Pi A/A+/B+/1/2/3
Ripple Voltage ~ 100mV
This Compact, energy efficient USB charger has a high 5.1V @ 2.5A output.
Uses 25% less power compared to standard chargers. Please note a lot of chargers do not meet safety standards!
CE approved, and conforms to British Standards.
Materials used to manufacture this charger is environmentally friendly. This charger conforms to RoHs material standards.
Suitable for charging ebooks, ipods, iphones, PSP's, PDA's, digital cameras and mobile phones.
Cable Length 1m (Pi to Switch ~ 0.2m, Switch to Wall ~0.8m)