I think they did it by design to give max power to the Drone battery vs. throttling power to accommodate both . Many cars have USB ports, people can add a 12v to USB adapter, or extra battery packs / power banks to charge controller.Thanks, just thought it odd. It's the first DJI car charger I've had that didn't have the option.
Turn your headlights on. The charger detects low voltage ~<12.3V and stops charging. Turning the headlights on has your alternator generate more power when you drive, which gives ~14V, and keep charging.If any forumite knows of any other reason what could be wrong or even if my guess might be right I would really appreciate knowing.
My truck has 150W 110v. just wondering what the wattage is on the dji chargers?yeah, as stated most new cars have USB ports not for use of devices and charging, and others even have common 110 outlets also via converters, just another reason I love owing my Ford Raptor.
Isn’t the charging port a USB-C connector that can be plugged in in either direction? Are you using the wrong version of cable in that port?DJI Mavic Pro 2 ,how can you charge the remote controller with the DJI car charger ? with the special oblong micro usb connector that DJI has put in the remote controller ? as stated above fitting a normal micro usb charging cable in their special shaped socket can cause irreplaceable damage !!! Nice one DJI !!! So you can charge your drone batteries ,and I have 4 , but the remote will run out of charge long before the drone batteries and there is no way of charging it , brilliant DJI bloody brilliant.
I think I finally found photos from a web search that shows what you are referring to. It appears that the microUSB port on the controller is rectangular instead of being properly keyed, thus a microUSB cable can be inserted upside down and ruin the port connection.