Yes, I thought so too. But when I measure the test points during functional operation it's showing 4.64 V with drops to 4.45 V. Could my multimeter be off by that much perhaps?ghans wrote:The minimum supply voltage of the Pi is 4.75 V.
I figured NiMH would be the easier choice as they are available in 5V, whereas LiPos all seem to be available in multitudes of 3.7V - requiring some regulation in between. Correct me if I'm wrong here.probably NiMH
Is that always the case? I'm confused by various rechargeable batteries and power banks claiming a maximum output of something like 1A. Or is that specific to batteries where the output is provided by USB?Batteries give as much amps as the load demands.