What I would like to know is, if anyone knows the EXACT range of power the 5V GPIO pins can take before the Pi breaks?
The Pi is officially rated as 5V +/- 5%, 4.75V to 5.25V so your Pi should be okay and being slightly high will help compensate for any losses in the leads connecting from the rail to the Pi.
The schematic of the RPi1 shows 5V0 connected in 5 places.hippy wrote: ↑Sat Sep 22, 2018 1:58 amPlease can you tell us on which Pi models the 5V goes to the SoC.
I was under the impression that no Pi models had 5V to the SoC rather than many.
I think you are right. There used to be internal voltage regulators on the BCM2835 and they are external on the BCM2836/7 (IIRC)
You are correct; the impression I had was clearly wrong.klricks wrote: ↑Sat Sep 22, 2018 2:13 amThe schematic of the RPi1 shows 5V0 connected in 5 places.
https://www.raspberrypi.org/app/uploads ... s-R1.0.pdf
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