did not found anything through the search, so here is my question:
Is there any way, maybe a tool, to see which power level is currently supported throught the USB-C charger (and cable)?
I had an Lenovo E14 and through it’s battery tool you could easily check if your charger+cable is supporting 65W or 100W.
Provided power adapter is 60W
cable is 100W
But I wanna check what my other charger/cable can deliver if connected.
Not sure what you want: but to check what they can deliver
- Query the manufacturer for design
- Run through an monitor to provide a readable output etc.
For a usb charger and or cable
To monitor output from mains: Example
No, i want to see in Windows how much power the Framework Laptop and the currently connected charger have negotiated through USB-PD.
You can try a download like HWiNFO64 or use Windows inbuild powercfg to get a load of data.
Links to follow
Does Not Show it.
PLEASE only answer If you have Something useful to answer.
Clearly I don’t know what you are asking for.
Currently I can see my usage is drawing 10W from the provided power supply as I’m typing.
OK will leave you to it.
All the best