While the detectors (deepstream-emotion/gaze-app) are running, I get the system notification “System throttled due to Over-current” - warnings in online and offline mode - processing of the video stream from the webcam, and video files, respectively.
Judging by the graphs, the reason is the lack of current (see attached images).
I have several questions:
Is it possible to ignore these warnings (wouldn’t it be harmful to ignore these warnings)?
can the use of a more powerful power supply lead to damage to the power circuit in particular, or to the entire Jetson as a whole?
what can be fraught with software removal of the current consumption limit (yes, I have seen similar topics on the forum, however, this question causes the greatest concern)?
The used power supply is standard from the delivery set: voltage 19V, current 2.37A (see attached images).
Unfortunately, the command does not work, a message is displayed stating that the directory is not available:
professorx@ubuntu:~$ sudo echo 5000 > /sys/devices/c250000.i2c/i2c-7/7-0040/iio:device0/crit_current_limit_0
bash: /sys/devices/c250000.i2c/i2c-7/7-0040/iio:device0/crit_current_limit_0: No such file or directory
p.s. I also found mentions that this command does not work for another user on JP5.1, as well as a mention of your colleague about the maximum current of 5A on JP5.1:
JP4 is using rel-32 branch. JP5 is using rel-35 branch. All jp5 release already set the OC limit of XNX to 5A.
It is okay that you cannot find that node to configure because there is no need to configure it at all.