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There are a lot of "Arduino-compatible" boards which are sold as "Arduino" labeled. The schematic is common in general, but can be different in details. You should investigate what do you have on … you specific PCB yourself (or post detailed images of the both sides of the board here). I think, 500 mA limit comes from two factors: a) USB 2.0 specification (500 mA max); b) Some of the "Arduino
answered Mar 11 by cyclone125
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Yes, you are correct. Resistance goes low and that is not good for your devices, as the maximal current going through pull-down transistors will increase for several times. But it also depends on yo …
answered Mar 11 by cyclone125