CanaKit 3.5A Raspberry Pi 4 Power Supply (USB-C)
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- 3.5A USB-C power supply specially designed and tested for the Raspberry Pi 4
- Includes noise filter for added stability
- 18 AWG Cable
- UL Listed
- 5ft Cable Length
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The CanaKit 3.5A USB-C power supply (UL Listed) is specially designed and tested for the Raspberry Pi 4. This CanaKit power supply incorporates a noise filter to provide the highest power stability. It incorporates a thick 18 AWG and well insulated cable with a 5-foot cable length.
Compatible with Raspberry Pi 4 only. Not compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 B, B+, A+ or Pi Zero.
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Decided on this one because it was several dollars cheaper, and because the power cable was longer. Plus, being black in color, it kind of blended in amongst my other power cables. It also had a half amp more capacity than the OEM one.
I always like to support Maker-like projects. But, this one made more sense.
I can leave the CanaKit power supply plugged in to the Pi, and apply the AC power and everything boots up fine. The extra capacity of the Canakit makes all the difference.
If you want a USB-C power supply for a different reason, you may want to consider a different device which can meet all of your needs.
I bought this to sometimes power a Raspberry Pi and sometimes charge my phone, depending on where my Pi needs to be at that moment. I'm aware that it's not a QuickCharger, but the power supply that came with my ArgonOne case (with a similar amperage rating) will dump loads of current into my phone and charge it in about an hour, while this thing charges at a crawl. It could be a quirk of my phone, I suppose, or it could be a poorly implemented USB-C interface so that my phone is deliberately limiting itself to micro-USB levels of current (phone screen says "slow charging").
I know this power supply is capable of supplying more current because the RPi runs perfectly fine with it, even overclocked. Even so, since it doesn't meet all of my expectations while a different RPi 4 power supply does, I can only give it 4 stars.