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Maplin 5V Micro USB Power Supply

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Product overview

• Charge your USB devices without a computer
• Compact light portable design, ideal for mobile phones and other devices
• Fitted with one micro USB connector
• Stabilised output, low ripple and low interference
• DC 5V, 1000mA output
• Can be used with the Raspberry Pi system (without case)

** This power supply may not work on some BlackBerry models manufactured after 2011 due to their design **

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not recommended for use with a Raspberry Pi. The large size of the plastic housing around the connector means that it will not fit a Pi in many cases (in my case, a Pimoroni Pibow). In short, don't waste your time unless you plan to use your Pi without a case or you're absolutely sure that it will fit your case.
Date published: 2014-11-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Could be better Pro: It fits well my telephone micro USB port. Light but sturdy Con: it keeps turning on and off which means that my phone screen during the charging process it's turning on and off. - hot to touch (overheats)
Date published: 2015-12-10
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Input Power Plug: UK 3 Pin Mains Plug
Input Voltage AC 100-230V 50 Hz
Output Voltage DC 5V
Output Current 1000mA

Will this device work well with a Chord Mojo DAC?

Asked by: Dr John
This will output a supply of 5VDC at 1A via a micro USB connector. If this meets the power requirements for your device then this should work fine.
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2016-05-25

Is this a good power supply for raspberry pi?
Asked by: Dave
Hello, Thank you for contacting Maplin Technical Support. Not really, I am sorry to say. This only gives 1 amp output, the RPI really requires 2.1 amp to function fully. Have a look at the item linked below instead: I do hope you find this useful, but if this does not fully resolve your query please reply to this email to advise how we may be of further assistance. Russell Stephens Technical Services Maplin Electronics
Answered by: rs
Date published: 2017-01-27
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