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LoveRPi MicroUSB Push On Off Power Switch Cable for Raspberry Pi (Female to Male)


MicroUSB Female to Male Push Power Switch for Raspberry Pi 3 / 2 / B+ / A+ / 0 Designed by LoveRPi

  LoveRPi MicroUSB Push On Off Power Switch Cable for Raspberry Pi (Female to Male)
  LoveRPi MicroUSB Push On Off Power Switch Cable for Raspberry Pi (Female to Male)
One Push On/Off Power with Dramatically Reduces Wear and Tear on Sensitive MicroUSB Connectors
Dual Insulated 18 AWG Oxygen Free Copper Cable, 65% Lower Resistance and 100% Higher Current vs 22AWG
Smallest Voltage/Current Drop, Use Power Suppy Capable of 4.95V at the Amperage Desired, LoveRPi MicroUSB Power Adapter B01F1LVZ0G is Certified with this Switch for use with Single Board Computers
Status LED Models: B01LY18SBS B01LY18WCP, USB to MicroUSB with Status LED Models: B01LWQDENY B01LZNL45K
  LoveRPi MicroUSB Push On Off Power Switch Cable for Raspberry Pi (Female to Male)
This device is perfect for turning on and off power to your Raspberry Pi 3 or other single board computer powered by MicroUSB. You can use your existing power adapters and cables provided that they can drive adequate current. Note, there will be a voltage drop across the switch. We highly recommend this product to be used with our power supply for most use cases. You can find our power supply by searching for B01F1LVZ0G.

Please note: If your Raspberry Pi remains on or does not turn on after shutdown, a connected device is backpowering your Raspberry Pi. Discontinue use of your Raspberry Pi with the device in question as the voltage gradient between your power supply and the backpowering source may damage your board.

Beware, most power supplies sold on Amazon rate themselves as 5.0V 2.0A or 2.5A but can deliver less than 4.8V at 2.0A. Cheap power supplies are almost guaranteed to not be able drive the Raspberry Pi 3. If you experience random reboots or errors while using this device, please purchase one of our certified power supplies.

This device does not pass through the two data signal lines. It is created for high current SBC applications and does not pass through charging protocols such as Qualcomm's QuickCharge and others that use the data lines for power signaling.

This device is backed by a two year warranty. It does not cover accidental damage or damage as a result of user error including but not limited to short circuit, excessive current, physical damage, and liquid damage.
The current price is $3.99.
The overall customer satisfaction rating of this product is Good with a score of +0.35.
The current sales rank is .
  LoveRPi MicroUSB Push On Off Power Switch Cable for Raspberry Pi (Female to Male)
  LoveRPi MicroUSB Push On Off Power Switch Cable for Raspberry Pi (Female to Male)
  Fans vs. Haters
We use natural language processing on consumer feedback to find what fans and haters of the product have to say.
What are fans saying?
Haven't had a ton of time to play with my rasp pi setup but the times I have used it this power button did exactly what I needed it to!
I love being able to power off the pi without risking potential damage or wear and tear to the USB slot on the board.This thing does exactly what it's supposed to do, and I haven't had the power issue other purchasers are mentioning with my pi 3.
I love having a power switch for my Raspberry Pi.
Long enough to reach where I need to plug devices in yet not long enough to make a cable mess.ConsNone so far and as with all my reviews, I will update this should this develop any issues.Sorry to report I am not using this for what it was intended, but super happy with its performance in powering my 5V micro USB devices.
And the other end of the switch to the MicroUSB cable that you're using to power your RPi.This makes it easier to power off and on your RPi since you're pressing a button instead of having to fumble about with MicroUSB cables each time.
What are haters saying?
Button switch prevents adequate voltage from reaching my Raspberry Pi 3. the switch turns on and off as designed, but when it is in use, my Raspberry Pi is not getting enough power and is displaying the lightning bolt icon, I guess there is too much resistance in the switch.
Can't say it won't work for other use cases, but it would get mine up and running for an indeterminate amount of time and then ultimately at random lose power and cause the board to turn off/potentially restart.
Doesn't supply enough power to the raspberry pi.
My power supply is adequate, 5v-2.5a and I get no under-voltage warnings when using only the power supply.
If I take the switches out everything is fine (so I know the power supplies are fine).
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