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HGrah
Beginner
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Standby Power Limits

What is the maximum current (power) which can be drawn from the NUC7i5/NUC7i7 5VSTBY power rail (CEC Header) when

  1. the NUC is shutdown (FAN off)
  2. the NUC is powered up (Fan active)

Thanks,

Harry

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idata
Community Manager
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Hello laquebrada,

Thank you for joining the Intel® NUC Community. I will do my best in order to help with this matter.

Please let me double check this, I will update the thread as soon as possible.

Regards,

Amy C.

idata
Community Manager
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/thread/121727 laquebrada,

Can you please verify the Intel® NUC models that you are interested in?

Regards,

Amy C.

HGrah
Beginner
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Amy,

NUC models of interest are NUC7i5BNH and NUC7i7BNH.

Regards,

laquebrada

idata
Community Manager
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Thank you for the clarification.

I will update the thread as soon as possible.

Regards,

Amy C.

Ronny_G_Intel
Moderator
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Hello /thread/121727 laquebrada,

While on standby the bus gives 5V to the CEC Header and you are asking what the CEC power consumption is when the system is in power off (S5) state, am I correct? I would assume that you are implementing some sort of wake up via CEC by using some power in deep sleep stages. Can you please provide some more details about it?

Thanks,

Ronny G

HGrah
Beginner
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Hello Ronny,

To be clear as possible, I am asking what 5V over CEC header power consumption is possible when the system in is power off (S5) state. We are implementing logic which must be powered at all times, even when the system is in S5 state. This logic does not wake the system.

Regards,

laquebrada

Ronny_G_Intel
Moderator
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The maximum is 1A in shutdown or operating stages, this limit is due to the physical size of the pin used in the 1x4 CEC header.

I hope this helps.

Regards,

Ronny G

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