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    USB Bluetooth Current Draw

    Anyone know how much current one these USB bluetooth dongles draw?



    http://www.ebay.com/itm/USB-Bluetoot...item23126bc80e

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    No more than 500mA

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    Way less than that- I don't know what chip is in that device, but for example, the BCM2045 uses 50-60ma when active, according to the spec.
    The chip I found is not likely to be the one in your device, but the power draw should be similar.
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    Okay thanks. None of the sellers of those know anything about their products. I got it free with a USB hub purchase. It seems to work well. Just trying to add up all my power usage.

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