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dundee
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Heliflo Posted at 2015-3-30 16:09
good idea, but i see two Points:
-before spending the Money for 6 DJI power supply's I would go for  ...

Hi Heliflo,
1) Using non stock power supplies can bring you warranty issues.
2) There is a ventilator air intake.
    Also a temp sensor with buzzer and auto/switch off. (build in)
3) What about your battery plug's ?   (Remote controller kit DJI-part34 at 8$ a set)

Your investment:     290$+5x8$=330$  (1 power supply+6 cablekits)
My investment:       6x55$=330$          (6 stock power supply)

But good find on that powerbox050.

If i need more then 6 batteries, i would just rearrange the batteries so that this box
can hold up to 10 batteries (6+4). And then build in a timer-switch for automatically cycle my first
group of 6 batts and after charging automatically switch and charge the other group of 4.
(No need to buy more stock power supplies this way)
More then 10 batts in the same box is not a good idea. (weight of the box)
Mine with 6 is already +/- 8.5kg or 17pounds.

Working on a 3D printed holster for TB47/48 now.
When finished this new product (end april) i will share it on this forum.
Fly safe
2015-3-31
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Heliflo
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Flight distance : 8885013 ft
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dundee Posted at 2015-3-31 16:46
Hi Heliflo,
1) Using non stock power supplies can bring you warranty issues.
2) There is a ventila ...

He Dundee :-)
Thank you for your claryfication - please don't get me wrong...
I was thinking about exactly the same Thing - putting everything together in one box.
And my idea was not far away from the solution you've found. But then I came up thinking about this power supply and wanted to share the availability of this item thinking it could be interesting for you and the others thinking about building such a box. You're Points are absolutely right indeed and it's for sure the safer way...
Cheers
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GENETTICO
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Heliflo Posted at 2015-3-30 16:09
good idea, but i see two Points:
-before spending the Money for 6 DJI power supply's I would go for  ...

This is not going to work without some modifications... Like an inline amperage regulator of sorts!
2015-5-13
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michaelanthony.
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I will be following this thread closely!! Wonderful ideas Dundee!
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GENETTICO
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michaelanthony. Posted at 2015-5-17 11:40
I will be following this thread closely!! Wonderful ideas Dundee!

Great post Dundee... Though I have suggested a DIY PSU I will agree and mention in your thread that the best way to stay clear of warranty issues is to use the DJI PSU's. I like the way you used them and how they all fit in a neat solution. Thanks for sharing!
2015-5-17
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