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Charging Inspire 1 batteries abroad

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by Michael91, Apr 26, 2016.

  1. Michael91

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    Hey,

    just wondering does anyone have any experience with this?

    Its probably a non-starter issue, but im going to ask to be sure. is there a need for a converter
    to charge batteries when you travel? (i dont mean an adapter for the plug, but a transformer)

    or does the charger automatically adjust to the voltage output of the local sockets? (e.g American bought inspire1 (120v 60hz) being charged in Irish sockets (230v 50hz))

    thanks
     
  2. pixl45

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    If you're using the DJI supplied power brick it wont be an issue. If you're using a third party charger of some sort there may be a problem -- just check the labelling that in can handle incoming 240 VAC
     
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