For a project I need to use a boost converter to power a raspberry pi 4 from a li-ion battery. The li-ion battery is 3.7 nominal voltage and the raspberry 4 needs 5V. I chose the MP3423 to do this project, however, I need to turn in a simulation (and I cant simulate the MP3423 on MPsmart so I chose to simulate a similar component MP3426). I ran the simulation and I am getting an output of 5V however, I am not sure how to estimate how much resistance is an raspberry pi (I just put 100ohms because I tested various values) , so I can verify the current output.
Either way, if my load is a raspberrypi 4, would I even be able to get a current of 3A from this chip?