I just got the Pi3, and had plans to drop it into my current project. It was all smoothing sailing until I got the under voltage notification. This only happens when I am plugged into my 8″ usb extension AND Power Block. Just to be clear I am using a Canakit 5v 2.5amp micro USB power supply. *I did not check the cables actual voltage, I didn’t know how without cutting into it.*
I was wondering if the Power Block has a built in regulator? Or do I need to find the magic power supply that accounts for the resistance in my setup? As always, thanks for your time!
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