Lots of talk about PSUs and Wires (to above Amazon fire doesn't like my Pi3 PSU too much, gets a lot hotter and has locked up, neither does one of my tablets.)
It's the 5.1V probably it was just a warning.
Also the Pi3 PSU is not the same as a USB PSU, you don't need to worry about the cable. That is built in so the output is at the end of the cable, not at the start of the cable. Just like if it was a jack of some sort.
But what about helping with the actual problem since,
A high quality Apple USB PSU should be good, it is capable of delivering 5V properly at the spec. 2/2.5A has been a standard charging current for a long time now at least 5yrs.
He says they are high quality cables used where quality is needed.
So assuming that is all correct given that it runs perfectly for a long time and then something in the software starts to behave unexpected while some parts still working, a bug perhaps, something triggers a block somewhere.
How can he identify problems from logs or create extra logs or for you PSU worriers, log if that has trigged the problem etc.
The Pi is still working.
It could well be dodgy fake SD cards and it hitting its limit, or a memory usage problem.
It sounds like he is technically ept at things.
I don't have the answers, but PSU wibble just derails things.
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on Wed Nov 22, 2017 7:32 am, edited 1 time in total.