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Bought DJI mavic air in US, im going to use it in Europe

Renderland

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Hi guys,

I just get a present from my parents a new DJI mavic air drone, they bought it while they were in US.
I live in Europe, so I need to know what plug should I use or what should I use to charge it, because im afraid I'm going to explode my batery!

Thank you in advance
 

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You should be able to buy a converter for it to plug in . My wife took one with her when she went to Poland so she could charge her phone and cameras
 
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With voltage-tolerant devices like chargers, all that matters is that the plug adapter physically fits. If it fits, then it will work.
Okay, simple and understable logic. I don't have any earlier experiences with US products so I needed to be sure before burning batery loll
 

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Okay, simple and understable logic. I don't have any earlier experiences with US products so I needed to be sure before burning batery loll

That's a wise approach. For future reference, if you look at the detail on these kinds of devices you will see something like this:

IMG_CF7883AFB179-1.jpeg

The 100 - 240 V specification covers the entire range of voltages that you will find internationally, and the 50 - 60 Hz covers the two frequencies used for utility (mains) power.
 

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That's a wise approach. For future reference, if you look at the detail on these kinds of devices you will see something like this:

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The 100 - 240 V specification covers the entire range of voltages that you will find internationally, and the 50 - 60 Hz covers the two frequencies used for utility (mains) power.

Actually in adapter plug is writen only 250volt.(not 200-250) it still will work based on this you guys are saying, right?
Sorry for all this questions guys !
 

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Honestly I think that the main issue is not the battery plug....but the DJI warranty! In case of defect under warranty your Mavic Air will have to be returned to the US
 

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Actually in adapter plug is writen only 250volt.(not 200-250) it still will work based on this you guys are saying, right?
Sorry for all this questions guys !

The specifications image that I posted was for the device, not the adapter. If the adapter is configured to fit a European mains supply then it will see 220 - 240 V, hence it's rating up to 250 V.
 
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