Power supply voltage tolerance .... is 5.5Volt/5Ampere ok for jetson nano?

does the following specs ok as power supplier ?5.5 Volt / 5 Ampere

nvidia states that only 5 volts needed in barrell plug …does 5.5 volts work ? or it harms the kit ? I think that only 0.5 difference won’t make any problems but I want to make sure first

Please refer to module datasheet in DLC: https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/downloads

The maximum input voltage is 5.25V.

ok …thanks …is the 0.25 volt difference will do harm it … should I search for other adapter ? i think + 0.25 volt won’t make problems??

does exeeding the ratings with small difference +.25 volt do problems …I thought when using 6V or 7 V can make big problems …I am just considering all conditions before performing any action may harm the kit

also …why in https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/learn/get-started-jetson-nano-devkit#prepare …putting photo with 5.25 volt which is maximum …also in this Power supply considerations for Jetson Nano Developer Kit
the adaptares quite approaches 5.25volts …also the phrase

Not every power supply promising “5V⎓2A” will actually do this.

make me think that the kit needs higher than 5.0 volts

so please tell me 5.0 , 5.25 , 5.5 which on can be used without problems

and please tell me why on that link nvidia reccomeneds 5.25 volts which at the limit https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/learn/get-started-jetson-nano-devkit#prepare

Did you read the module datasheet? The voltage range is 4.75v ~ 5.25v, please just select adapters in this range.

please clarify this on https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/learn/get-started-jetson-nano-devkit#prepare …as adapter with 5.25 volt won’t deliver it basicaly can deliver 5.25+.1 volt …an image with 5.25 v is quite misleading …and please provide the data sheet in the get started tutorial …you are making it quite overwhelming and misleading in the get started tutorial

4.75v ~ 5.25v is the voltage range request on board, which means no matter what the output voltage of adapter is, it should guarantee the voltage on board is in the range.