Re: [PATCH v7 1/4] gadget: Introduce the usb charger framework

From: Felipe Balbi
Date: Mon Apr 18 2016 - 09:36:11 EST


Pavel Machek <pavel@xxxxxx> writes:
>> Pavel Machek <pavel@xxxxxx> writes:
>> > On Mon 2016-04-18 13:55:17, Felipe Balbi wrote:
>> >>
>> >> Hi,
>> >>
>> >> Felipe Balbi <balbi@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> >> >> But cellphone user knows what he connected his charger to, and that's
>> >> >> why it is useful to be able to lower the current. Even when you said
>> >> >> "less is just stupid" I demonstrated it is not, at least in case when
>> >>
>> >> and btw, you haven't demonstrated anything. You merely stated that it
>> >> isn't without references or numbers, or any source of trustworthy
>> >> information. I'm not really into 'believing'.
>> >
>> > You are not really into reading, either, it seems. Or into the
>> > electronics. Or into physics.
>> >
>> > You seem to understand that charging li-ion from li-ion produces too
>> > much heat. (And yes, it does, DC-DC convertors are not 100%
>> > effective). Converting energy into heat is not a good idea.
>> >
>> > If you need numbers or references to understand basic physics, you'll
>> > need to google it yourself, I'm afraid.
>> still doesn't change the fact that you haven't demonstrated anything. If
>> you can't be helpful and/or constructive, you may also go away and use
>> whatever unsafe setup you want to use.
> So you still claim that it is "stupid" to charge at anything lower
> than maximum allowed current?
> Even after I described the example with device running off power bank
> on a train? Would you explain your reasoning?

you still haven't produced evidence of your claim. Claiming without
evidence has virtually no meaning. Anyway, I'll just google a bit later
seen as if you're just unwilling to produce evidence of your claims.


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