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Charging options in the wilderness
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I wanted to ask if anyone has figured out a solution for charging DJI Mavic 2 Zoom and Mavic Pro batteries while in remote areas with no access to an outlet? I'm referring to a remote enough area where brining a portable power station that weighs more than 5lbs is not an option. I discovered Water Lily Turbine, which is more along the lines of what I was picturing could work, but I don't think it produces enough energy to charge a DJI drone battery?  I don't know if they even make drone battery charging cords that have a USB plug-in end. Any suggestions?


4-18 19:34
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United Kingdom

With Waterlily you could get the SAE to Car Charger Adapter and then use the car charger for the batteries.  
4-18 23:54
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You mentioned the Water Lily Turbine, which is a great idea, but it may not produce enough energy to charge a DJI drone battery. Unfortunately, DJI drone battery charging cords don't come with a USB plug-in end.

One option is to use a portable solar panel. There are several portable solar panels on the market that are lightweight and can be easily packed for travel. Another option is to use a car charger adapter for your drone battery charger. This will allow you to charge your drone batteries using your car's cigarette lighter outlet.

I hope this helps, and please let me know if you have any further questions!
5-5 08:19
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