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Phantom battery charging during international travel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gavinski, Oct 26, 2014.

  1. gavinski

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    Aside from different wall plugs, does DJI ship just a single version of the battery charger to all international markets?

    I'll be heading to Australia (where I am from originally) for a visit in December and I was thinking of taking the P2, but I wanted to make sure I'd be able to charge it while I am there. The battery charger I have (from the US) says it accepts 100-240V, which I am guessing should be fine for use in Oz (240V). So aside from a simple plug adapter I should be good to go.

    I'd hate to lug the Phantom all the way over there and not be able to fly.

    G
     
  2. doug86

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    yeah, just get the proper plug adapters. The charger will work on all those voltages and Hz. I've charged mine in Europe no problem
     
  3. Meta4

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    Sounds like you'll be OK.
    Here in Aust the chargers we get have a small two parallel pin plug and a crummy two angled pin adapter.
    It's labelledMDA1012604000 100-240V
     
  4. gavinski

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    OK, thanks for the replies.

    Now I just need to brush up on the Aussie rules regarding the flying of UAVs....
     
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