My power supply is 5V/6A from the Nvidia distributor, everything is ok, but if I plug in my portable monitor with USB, the “System throttled due to Over-current” comes out. Is it the problem with the board?
I use above 80% of each CPU, I wonder if it will affect the speed?
Also, it that any setting I can turn off this warning completely? I did turn it off by clicking the notification, but it comes back after on/off.
I did look at these link, but no answer
I would like a support,
I am using a jetson nano together with a camera, lcd screen and 2 sensors, the system is powered by a 5.5v 20A switching source.
When running an algorithm the system is not stable, it also generates this error “system throttling due to over current” and the equipment shuts down.
How can I solve it, and tried with power supplies but it still fails.
I’m facing an issue with power module(5V, VDD_IN): Tried to connect one camera, one wireless dongle(mouse) and one USB memory stick to the USB ports, system was warning with: System is now being throttled, system was throttled due to low input voltage.
As I tried to check the VDD from /sys/bus/i2c/drivers/ina3221x/6-0040/iio_device, I found that if no USB device was plugged in, the value for “in_voltage0_input” is around 4960, which is 4.96 V, once I connect the camera, dongle and USB m…
This is not a warning. This may indicate the loading on your nano is causing over current.
Please try to switch the power mode in nvpmodel and see if the issue could be enhanced.
I need max performance in my application. :<
So, there is no way to turn the warning off?
I don’t think you understand the error…this is not a warning. It means the current already over the module spec. More over current will make your jetson hardware broken.
Ok, thx. If I use another power supply with a fixed at 5.2V, there is no warning.
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