Battery Charger – Air 2
The Mavic Air 2 Battery Charger has multiple output modes including 13.2 V and 5 V. A 38W total output power makes charging even faster.
Equipped with a charging port, USB-A interface, and micro USB interface. Moreover, the Battery Charger can charge batteries and the remote controller at the same time, as well as serve as an external power source for other devices.
- Charge batteries and remote controller simultaneously
- Multiple output interface and modes
- Battery Charge × 1
- Input: 100-240 V; 50-60 Hz
- Output: 13.2 or 12.6 V; USB interface: 5 V, 2 A
- Charging Time: About 1 hour and 35 minutes (subject to temperature)
- RC Charging Time: about 4 hours (subject to temperature)
- Mavic Air 2 Intelligent Flight Battery
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
A: The battery charging hub enhances efficiency by charging batteries in sequence according to their remaining power level, with more fully charged batteries receiving power first. Charge 3 batteries in sequence. The Mavic Air 2 Charging Hub does not include a power supply.
A: Mavic air 2 doesn’t have a portable charging station. Users can connect the battery to the charger to charge it, or insert the battery into the battery charging hub to charge three batteries
A: You can use any USB power brick to charge the remote controller from any power outlet, but DJI has also included a USB power port on the side of the Mavic Air 2 battery charger.
A: Store your batteries indoors (at normal room temperature). Never store them in a hot car. Power up your DJI drone, start DJI GO, and set the Time to Discharge setting (see the screenshot below) to the number of days you’d like your batteries to wait before starting to auto discharge down to the storage level.
A: It takes approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes to fully charge an Intelligent Flight Battery.
A: The intelligent flight batteries with the highest power level will be charged first. During the charging, the status LED will blink green slowly. When the status LED indicator is solid green all the batteries are fully charged. Remove the batteries from the charging hub and the charging is complete.