Rasberry Pi 3 Feeders

Raspberry Pi power supplies - Raspberry Pi boards really can do a lot but with a great power comes... great power consumption. The boards require 2.5 up to 3A power with a stable power supply. For that reason potentially the best solution is always original Raspberry foundation power supply that comes always in two color to suit your tastes. But if you are not that much into original accessories, we have a range of reliable power supplies without the Raspberry on it with certainly as satisfying performance. Check our offer of Raspbery Pi 3 power supplies! Remember - the most important bit (if you have a famous 3) is to get a micro USB connector! 

Rasberry Pi 3 Feeders

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5VDC 3.1A power supply with...

RA14

5VDC 3.1A power supply with micro USB cable

5VDC 3.1A power supply with micro USB cable features:
- Charger for Raspberry Pi 2 and Pi 3, B and B +
- External power supply 220V at 5V / 3.1A (3100mA) 15W - Plug type: Micro USB
- Additional USB A socket
- AC-DC adapter - 100-265V AC input, 50-60Hz
- 5V / 3.1A output (3100mA ) 15W
- Cable length: 130cm
- RoHs, CE - High Quality

Price €10.99
Mobile Charger 5V 3A 3100mA...

RA014

Mobile Charger 5V 3A 3100mA Micro USB 15W

Mobile Charger 5V 3A 3100mA Micro USB 15W features:
- Raspberry PI Red Power Supply
- Charger for Raspberry Pi 2 and Pi 3, B and B +
- External 220V a 5V / 3.1A (3100mA) 15W
- Plug type: Micro USB
- Additional USB A socket
- AC-DC adapter - 100-265V AC input, 50-60Hz - Output 5V / 3.1A (3100mA) 15W
- Cable length: 130cm
- RoHs, CE - High Quality

Price €10.99

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Key safety measure in electronics that applies to Raspberry

Adjusting the power supply to the circuit we are working with is key for it to work properly. Too high intensity can end up in burning the circuit altogether, too low intensity will end up in the whole project not starting off at all. In any project, be sure to adjust well the power supply with the specific requirements of your device. Raspberry computers have a relatively high power appetite with up to 3.1A power demand. Another important factor to adjust is the connector that differs depending on the board series we own.