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Power the M3 STK2m364CC through USB Power Bank ?

Hi !

I'm about to buy the Intel STK2m364CC compute stick for backups on the go and I would like to know if I can power the stick with a power bank ?

I need to find a power bank delivering 5V 4A of power right ? Do you know how long it can be powered by a 10.000mha battery?

Thanks !

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As with your other thread, what do you find so offensive about using the adapter that comes with the device, whether nuc or stick, to power it?

Perhaps you should explain what it is that you really want to accomplish, rather than asking questions that cannot be answered without knowing "why"?

Doc

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Man if I ask if I can use it with a Power Bank it's because I want to use it in a car for example, with my iPad as a remote screen with he Windows app, how can this help you answer the previous question ?

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You do know that the stick provides only HDMI output (like to a monitor or tv), correct? Does your iPad have an HDMI input?

Doc

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Ok I will give you some help to understand my setup: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/microsoft-remote-desktop/id714464092?mt=8 ‎Microsoft Remote Desktop on the App Store

Please no stop answering this thread as you have no understanding of my setup.

Thanks

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Look on page 24, section 2.2.3 of the technical specification: https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/boardsandkits/computestick/STK2m3W64CC_STK... https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/boardsandkits/computestick/STK2m3W64CC_STK...

Regarding your setup, you also have no understanding, which is why you are here. If you want support and assistance, you need to cooperate and answer questions. I seriously doubt you will be successful otherwise, and you will be back here looking for more assistance later.

Doc

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I would like to also point out that, while it says that you can use a USB-C cable to provide power (4A) to the ICS, this is all that you can use it for. This port might look like it is a USB-C port, but it is definitely NOT! It is a custom port that uses a custom cable to connect it to the Power Brick and to the Power Brick's USB 3.0 Hub. It is thus highly recommended that you use the provided Power Brick.

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Buy a 150W (sine wave) power inverter for the car and if using an earlier version than windows 10; install virtualrouter on the stick to connect the ipad to it.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/help/4027762/windows-use-your-pc-as-a-mobile-hotspot https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/help/4027762/windows-use-your-pc-as-a-mobile-hotspot

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Hi @GSpar​ not sure if you already resolved your problem, but will share here my experience with similar one, my setup

  1. device is STK2MV64CC
  2. running Ubuntu 18.04.2 TLS
  3. with Intel RealSense Depth Camera D435i

I need this setup to control my custom build drone (frame DJI F-450)

 

I found PowerBank "Type S Lithium Jump Starter Portable Power Bank with LED Flashlight " in costco, this one has USB-C port (5V/2.6A & 9V/2A)

 

That battery powers my setup with no issues for my needs (still building my drone... but doing some testing) and gives me around 2 hours run time, I'm testing it with realsense-viewer and ROS that provides moderated load on CPU, less then 20% in average, with 100% spikes less then 5 sec per core

 

Note, I have wifi / bt & hdmi enabled for the testing

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