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I'd figure a maximum of 2 amps....it will probably draw a bit less most of the time, but it can draw that much sometimes.
F wrote:Does anybody know how many amps the LCD and PSOne draw, with and without the LED mod? I want to figure out what kind of run time I'm going to get with my batteries.
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Last time this was asked I believe the answer was ~950mA, you can bring down the power draw if you do the LED mod, that usually cuts it in half.
vskid wrote:Nerd = likes school, does all their homework, dies if they don't get 100% on every assignment
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The PSone screen actually has a .906 amp draw. Looking through the manual it says the maximum power consumption is 6.8W so 6.8 divided by 7.5 comes to .906 and thats MAX, I can run the screen off 7.2 and less...so the power consumption is even less then that, not the commonly told 1Amp.