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Many DJI pilots face the problem of dead batteries. Leaving the city, away from civilization, flying in nature and changing locations, we often face the inability to charge a dead battery. It is for such cases that DJI has released a charger that works from the car's on-board network. The charger operates in the range from 12 V to 30 V (make and model of the vehicle does not matter) and provides a voltage of 17.4 V, a current of 5.17 A, and a power of 90 W, which allows you to charge both the batteries of the copter and its remote control. The time required to fully charge the batteries is about an hour, the remote control takes about 3 hours and 20 minutes.

The charger consists of: a plug for the on-board network with a spring-loaded contact and a fuse that ensures safety in case of voltage drops in the on-board network, a DC transformer and two connectors for batteries and a control panel, respectively. The charger has overheating protection, which automatically turns off the device if the battery is overheated or the power of the on-board network exceeds the allowable one.

Using the original Phantom 4 - Car Charger Kit, you can charge the batteries and remote control anywhere right in your car.



  • Input: (compact cars) - 12.3~16V; (full-size cars) - 25 ~ 30 V
  • Charge current: 5.17 A
  • Voltage: 17.4V
  • Rated power: 90W
  • Charging time: flight battery - about 70 min, remote control - about 200 min

Car charger for Phantom 4 (Part 42)

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