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Charger and power supply

Traindriver

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I just want to make sure I have this right in my mind before I make my Christmas list.

The CS comes with a charger, but not a power supply to plug the charging device into the wall, correct?
 

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Thanks guys. I wanted to make sure I had the terminology right. Every one complaining about no “charger” with the CS, but looking at the “what’s in the box” description on Amazon listings and it shows a charger. But folks are calling the power supply the charger and muddying the water.
 

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I use this, also available on Amazon. Search for this on Amazon.com: Charging Cable for DJI Mavic 2 to CrystalSky, 5.5 inch 7.85 inch HD Screen Charging Cable You can't use it with the OEM charging brick that came with your Mavic 2. Not enough voltage. I have the after market charger pictured in the seconf image, charges three batteries at the same time as opposed to the OEM charging hub that charges batteries one at a time. Both are avilable on Amazon.
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I use this, also available on Amazon. Search for this on Amazon.com: Charging Cable for DJI Mavic 2 to CrystalSky, 5.5 inch 7.85 inch HD Screen Charging Cable You can't use it with the OEM charging brick that came with your Mavic 2. Not enough watts. I have the after market charger pictured in the seconf image, charges three batteries at the same time as opposed to the OEM charging hub that charges batteries one at a time. Both are avilable on Amazon.
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Just curious, how much was the cable & charger, total price?
 

Cpt.Barbossa1072

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Cable was $11 and the charger $45
Hey awesome post ! thanks for posting the link info,just ordered my cable for my CS/Ultra that Santa is bringing tomorrow ! how long does it take for the batteries to fully charge using the cable with the 3in1 charger? I also ordered that too on Amazon...
 

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I haven’t timed them yet. One thing though, it will charge one CS battery at a time in the CS hub. I had both in the CS hub and waited and waited and it wouldn’t charge. Removed one battery and, voila, it charged. The YX charger will charge 3 Mavic 2 batteries, RC and at that time, my IPad mini 4, all at the same time. Small hiccup, no biggie though when you consider the cost of the cable
 

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unfortunately not on the Australian Amazon that I can see. I have the blue charger with the detachable leads, no reason I can't make up a lead to go directly from the charger to the CS battery dock I suppose.

my only concern is voltage... I haven't checked the blue charger output with a meter but the DJI spec is 13.05V and the CS dock's input rating is 17.3–26.2V. the M2 charger output is 17.0-17.6V due to the 4S pack, so I guess I just answered my own question why there are no leads available for the MP charger! :(

guess I will be sticking with the Smatree brick... just wanted to avoid carrying around another lump of weight if I could avoid it.
 

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unfortunately not on the Australian Amazon that I can see. I have the blue charger with the detachable leads, no reason I can't make up a lead to go directly from the charger to the CS battery dock I suppose.

my only concern is voltage... I haven't checked the blue charger output with a meter but the DJI spec is 13.05V and the CS dock's input rating is 17.3–26.2V. the M2 charger output is 17.0-17.6V due to the 4S pack, so I guess I just answered my own question why there are no leads available for the MP charger! :(

guess I will be sticking with the Smatree brick... just wanted to avoid carrying around another lump of weight if I could avoid it.[/QUOTdude, have you checked ebay..? or
unfortunately not on the Australian Amazon that I can see. I have the blue charger with the detachable leads, no reason I can't make up a lead to go directly from the charger to the CS battery dock I suppose.

my only concern is voltage... I haven't checked the blue charger output with a meter but the DJI spec is 13.05V and the CS dock's input rating is 17.3–26.2V. the M2 charger output is 17.0-17.6V due to the 4S pack, so I guess I just answered my own question why there are no leads available for the MP charger! :(

guess I will be sticking with the Smatree brick... just wanted to avoid carrying around another lump of weight if I could avoid it.
did you check www.slrdrone.com
 

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I can't see a MP to Osmo charge cable adapter there, and since the voltage is too low, I suspect a thing won't exist.
 

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I use this, also available on Amazon. Search for this on Amazon.com: Charging Cable for DJI Mavic 2 to CrystalSky, 5.5 inch 7.85 inch HD Screen Charging Cable You can't use it with the OEM charging brick that came with your Mavic 2. Not enough voltage. I have the after market charger pictured in the seconf image, charges three batteries at the same time as opposed to the OEM charging hub that charges batteries one at a time. Both are avilable on Amazon.
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Cpt.Barbossa1072

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has anyone seen a similar cable for the MP? I can only find them for the M2.
Hey what's up Capsian,here's a picture of my C/S to Mavic2 charging adapter cable ,along 5in1 charger that i just got from Amazon...So far everything is working fine saved myself a lot of hassles & some money and highly recommend it... IMG_4066.JPG IMG_4074.JPG
 

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