Undervoltage solved!

For all of you facing the undervoltage issues:
I tried a lot of different power supplies, disconnected all peripherals etc to no avail.
In the end the culprit were neither power supply, cable, or peripherals, but simply my raspberry was overclocked!

$ sudo raspi-config -> overclocking -> remove -> solved!

raspberry pi 3B


Well we can't help if someone overclocks his/her pi and doesn't tell us. :woman_shrugging:

Glad to hear it's working now :octopus:

Thanks for sharing your solution :slight_smile:

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conected dc/dc 10-60v to 5V 3a to gpio pins , and get rid of usb cables. now voltage ~ 5,2 V . don`t have undervoltage icon appearing anymore .
dc-dc module - is in this link

Just curious if overclock is set on by default. Were you using the default octoprint image? I have this issue of undervoltage as well. I'm going to check rasp config when I get home. Thanks for the idea!