An ideal diode based Raspberry Pi power protection circuitDesigned by iohippo, Ships from Turkey
What is it? Regular diodes has 0.3 - 0.7 volts voltage drop due to their structure. Therefore, it cannot be used in some cases because of big voltage drop. You need to use ideal diode circuit to el...Read More…
Regular diodes has 0.3 - 0.7 volts voltage drop due to their structure. Therefore, it cannot be used in some cases because of big voltage drop. You need to use ideal diode circuit to eliminate that disadvantage.
2A load at 5V input
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