- Oct 3, 2008
Drawing 0.77A currently - which follows what you're saying perfectly.For whoever cares: The charge control regulates the voltage to maintain a set charging current, until the voltage reaches a preset limit (usually 4.2 V) and then keeps it there. Since the battery's resistence goes up as the charge does, the current gradually goes down in this second stage. (I'm talking about LiIon batteries, but I'd say it's the same for LiPos - maybe a slightly different (per cell) target voltage.)
I dug around and found another 32GB SDHC card to use as an OS installer / eMMC flasher card. I'm in the process of backing the data off of it now. Likely already exists in my backups, but no point in being destructive. Using these older / smaller cards for this work seems appropriate.