A typical USB power supply is rated at 5 volts nominal and a capacity of 1 to 2 amperes. The supply voltage will not be exactly 5 volts, but will vary depending on load (hence the amount of current being drawn). The voltage must never exceed 5.25 volts. A typical USB Power supply is rated
Yesterday, we had a telephone call from a long time POS Reseller of Lava here in Canada. Both companies had invested a lot of time in a potential sale to a customer four years ago and then the sale went dark. Not only that, but the Reseller had changed some internal sales programs so that
One of the main quirks when integrating a Samsung Tab 4 with any of our STS products (or Kiosk enclosures) has to do with booting up a Tab 4 from a power off state. Samsung’s design of the Tab 4’s internal boot sequence is such that both charging and booting end up being disabled whenever
Interesting meeting today – it was kind-of a mix of marketing and engineering. The meeting was really about sorting out the confusion (internal and probably mostly limited to me) wrt the new products based on our RBM (Reset, Battery Modulation) technology. I won’t get into an explanation of RBM here – that’s for another person/time/place.
Most mobile devices (including tablets) currently use built-in Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. These batteries have a high energy density, minimal memory effect, and low self-discharge. When using replaceable Lithium-ion batteries, only use a battery charger designed for this type of battery. Charging a Lithium-ion battery with the wrong charger can damage the battery, result in a
They say that sometimes the present is the best time to start something. Especially if that something has been dreamed/thought of for much longer than is necessary. I guess this blog falls into such a category. What am I trying to achieve in this blog and why do I think Lava should have one?