Edited by Techdragonz at 4-29-2017 00:19 |
I read this on the internet.
So, it is no problem to try and see for myself. It can't fry. Perhaps I can just order it to see if that kind works
The main worry of OP is about not damaging devices that do not tolerate VBUS above 5V. The answer is simple: by default, a USB port initially provides the same safe 5V power, and nothing more.
The higher voltages and capabilities of power providers are only available upon mutual negotiations between a device (consumer) and a port (provider). If the device does not support this intelligence, no elevated power will be delivered, and no problem will occur.