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Discussion in 'Phantom 3 Help' started by Alex K, Apr 25, 2016.

  1. Alex K

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    So I am traveling to Poland in about 2 weeks just wondering if I am going to have to use a just a adapter or will I need a converter to charge my battery and transmitter there? Also what's the real answer to this cause I see theirs so many mixed answered..... Will I need to have the batteries and transmitter at 0% when flying?
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    Alex


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  2. lookin4pain

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    I'm pretty sure you want your batteries at or near 50% for flying, not zero. Zero is bad.
    Not sure about using a converter or not


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    Adapter only. Poland is 220-240v AC. Within spec of the DJI charger.
     
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