When my L5 is connected to my Nexdock360 which by itself is connected to the L5 or Nexdock usb-c power converter the phone discharges slowly without any usage beside the screen being switched on.
I measured the power draw of both converters in different situations and found that a tablet charging can make them draw about 16.7W (both the same). This is the maximum I saw.
L5 fully charged, screen on, idle: 3.6W
Nexdock360 fully charged, screen on, nothing connected: 6.5W
I’d expect that both connected together still could draw enough power to make the battery of the L5 charge. But
L5 28% battery, screen on, idle + Nexdock360, fully charged: 13.8W
The battery of the L5 is in this scenario slowly discharging by a little more than 3% per hour.
Do I have to use a different power converter even though the ones I have could deliver more power than being used by the combination?
@Kyle_Rankin, did you observe the same behaviour while using your N360 + L5?
I’d like to have a situation where I can dock the L5 to the N360, use it, while charging it at the best rate possible. Any suggestions?
P.D. L5 does also slowly discharge when connected to the N360 running on battery power…
P.P.D N360 battery recharging + L5 docked, screens on, otherwise idle: 18.9W - highest power draw observed so far