What Would Happen If a Charger Tried to Pull More Current Than a QC 3.0 Source Can Output?

There are four possibilities maybe more but mostly 4.One the voltage will drop relative to the current being pulled. The voltage source is going out of regulation.

Two the regulator will going into a overload mode and turn off Many Regulators have self protection circuits. This may cycle on and off until the condition is fixed. Three, the circuit will burn or short circuit or some other destructive state. A burned fuse or inductor or mosfet or ic. Four, unlikely, the circuit will go into a current limit mode.There is no way to know without all the part numbers and schematic. Of both your charger and the target (how it will act to under current conditions is even more complicated and guesswork) So best to not overload your circuit. The significant difference between the two source power output should be enough to make this common sense

I've got this charger: It takes 12.7 - 16V input from a car and outputs 13.05V at 6.1A (80W)

I want to utilize a USB-PD and / or USB-C QC 3.0 charger.

I can get a USB-C trigger: It connects to a USB-C QC or PD power source and allows me to select the output voltage.

What I want to do is connect:

QC 3.0 Power Supply -> USB trigger set to output 12V -> 12V car charger for DJI battery -> DJI battery

The idea is to use a QC 3.0 power supply to recharge a DJI battery (albeit slowly).

QC 3.0 can only output up to 18W of power, so if I used the USB trigger to select 12V as the output voltage, the QC 3.0 source would only output a max of 1.5A, but the DJI battery charger wants to output 80W of power.

Would this destroy the QC 3.0 source? Or would the QC 3.0 source just happily output a continuous 12V @ 1.5A and the DJI charger would simply charge the batteries at a slower rate (18W?) without damaging anything?

·OTHER ANSWER:

I've got this charger: It takes 12.7 - 16V input from a car and outputs 13.05V at 6.1A (80W)

I want to utilize a USB-PD and / or USB-C QC 3.0 charger.

I can get a USB-C trigger: It connects to a USB-C QC or PD power source and allows me to select the output voltage.

What I want to do is connect:

QC 3.0 Power Supply -> USB trigger set to output 12V -> 12V car charger for DJI battery -> DJI battery

The idea is to use a QC 3.0 power supply to recharge a DJI battery (albeit slowly).

QC 3.0 can only output up to 18W of power, so if I used the USB trigger to select 12V as the output voltage, the QC 3.0 source would only output a max of 1.5A, but the DJI battery charger wants to output 80W of power.

Would this destroy the QC 3.0 source? Or would the QC 3.0 source just happily output a continuous 12V @ 1.5A and the DJI charger would simply charge the batteries at a slower rate (18W?) without damaging anything?

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