UP Squared PSU input 'hot-plugable'?
Hi, how 'hot plugable' is the DC input circuit of the UP Squared? What I mean is that since it has not power button there are 2 power up/reboot scenarios possible:
Scenario 1: plugging the DC jack into the UP Squared then putting the wall adapter into the power outlet, this way you get a controlled DC rampup from the power adapter (non hot plug)
Scenario 2: plugging the wall adapter into the power outlet and then into the DC jack or, if a reboot is required, pulling out and reincerting the DC jack with the wall adapter still in the outlet. This way you 'hot plug' a live 5V rail into the DC jack that could lead to induced voltage spikes and extra stress on the input circuit.
I am asking because the UP Squared does not have a power switch so I assume a lot of customers (at least I do) reboot or start there UP under scenario 2.
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