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Hi Dragos,This says for all versions of the pi, but pi3 requires much more current than this power switching board can supply it only even bursts @1a and 600ma typical, anyone trying this on a pi3 will simply get the dreaded undervoltage lightning bolt on the screen, if it even booted at all.Also, you do make brief mention that it removed the protection, but perhaps should state a bit more detail that the usual usb in has short circuit protection and you really need to make a protection circuit of your own to then power via GPIO safely, and this design/make does NOT do that so they really do not want to run their pi's for any length of time with this make.
Awesome, thanks Doktor!!
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