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USB power pulled by Dictaphone 0PSHM01-006?

What is the amount of power the Dictaphone 0PSHM01-006 requires from the USB port?

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A USB port supplies 5v

As the OPSHM01-006 was made to work with a standard USB port it should only pull current equal to what a standard USB port is rated at.

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