I wonder how 22 AWG cable e.g. USB-A to DC power jack with 100 cm length can deliver 3A.
Why am I asking -> Using this calculator (I hope its correct) by entering values 2% drop, 1 meter, 5V, 3A gives me output 16 AWG. And I am looking for right cable to get.
What I need is stable output 5V, 1.7A (top) over 1.5m from power bank which is capable of 5V/3A over USB-A in winter condition. I mean like max -10C (most likely about -2C)
What would you suggest? Power bank has two outputs USB-C/USB-A. I can use both connectors at same time. There is absolutely not possible to use AC/DC power source.
End of cable will be most likely soldered on-board to avoid contact disruption.
Device powered via cable is ESP-32 with some LED strips (outdoor usage with movement)