Mad Scientist Posted November 27, 2015 Author Report Share Posted November 27, 2015 Have seen some questions asked about the current draw on a USB port when charging so wanted to get the solid scoop. My understanding of the specifications is that DNA 200 USB current draw is specified to limit at 500mA if data lines are detected and 1A if not (assuming USB current limit is set at 1A in escribe). So to the question: if a DNA 200 draws significantly more than the 500mA and 1A as specified in the respective operating conditions as set forth above, what is the explanation? As a general proposition, operating outside of specification is a malfunction but can more light be shed on what is likely going wrong in each circumstance. Thank you. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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