Can someone please enlighten me on the difference between the 57 and 100w charger for the P3?
I definitely would and will buy the 100w charger. Nobody has time to wait for that extra 30 minutes lol. I just look at it as if I'm on the road or hotel. I don't want to be sitting around waiting for the batteries to charge. Hence, why I'm buying an extra charger. With 4 P3 batteries I would have to wait 4 hours for complete charge compared to just 2 hours.Here's a question for you. If time was money (relative to the cost of each charger), which charger would you buy?
Keep in mind that longer charge times usually indicate that more time was spent balancing the cells. The balancing process at the end of the charge is the most time consuming part and it can take longer if the LiPo has less than 10 cycles on it. This is part of the reason for a break in process, which gives the cells less of an opportunity to get out of balance.My times are different. I have the 100 watt charger and my testing shows it takes 80 minutes to charge from 20%.
Hmmm interesting observation Holmes....the big difference between the 57w and 100w charger for the P3 is the 57w one only puts out about 57watts and the 100w one puts out up to about 100watts.
lol So you liked my awesome deduction skills on that ah?Hmmm interesting observation Holmes....
So an 80watt would output 80watts?
yes they sure are. Back in her day they had to chop wood bare foot in the snow and let the steam pressure build up before they could fly there quads. They also had to fly up hill both ways to.These batteries are different from when your Great Grandmother was using them.
....your smart... quick the leaves are turning colors!lol So you liked my awesome deduction skills on that ah?
yes they sure are. Back in her day they had to chop wood bare foot in the snow and let the steam pressure build up before they could fly there quads. They also had to fly up hill both ways to.
It can be done and it may very well be just fine. However, officially DJI does not recommend it.with a 100W charger you can easily charge the controller and one battery simultaneously.. It don't even seem to take any longer for the battery to charge considering it only will take a full 100w right at the beginning of the charge IF the battery is drained down real low. Then as it gets some charge it starts to tapper down on how much it draws.