COLORADO DRONE CHARGERS
DJI Mavic 2
Portable Rapid Charging System (PRCS)
Charges up to 4 batteries and 1 flight controller simultaneously in record time!
Fly all day with our Portable Rapid Charging System (PRCS). Designed to work with generators, inverters and other “alternate” sources. Features CDC intelligent charging with current, voltage and temperature management.
Made in the U.S.A.
Battery compatibility and charge times
||4 x DJI Mavic 2 Intelligent Flight Batteries
|90% Charge Time
||All 4 batteries charge in 30 minutes
|98%+ Charge Time
||All 4 batteries charge in 55 minutes
Under the hood
• Proprietary charging algorithms
• Built-in power supply
• 100% duty cycle
• Multi-fan cooling
• Current/voltage/temperature management
• 2 x USB 2.0 Charge Ports for Flight Controller and device charging.
IP65 Rated Protective Hard Case
• Impact resistant
• Adjustable pressure release valve for easy opening
All CDC chargers come with an industry-leading 2-year warranty. We stand by our products!
Power Requirements for Up to Three (3) Mavic 2 PRCS Elites
Each Mavic 2 PRCS Elite fully loaded with 4 batteries and a controller “at peak” uses about 5.5 amps from the 120VAC circuit.
This translates to an average of 660 Watts AC needed for 1, Mavic 2 PRCS Elite charger.
For 2, Mavic 2 PRCS Elite’s from the same source, you will need on average about 1300 Watts AC.
For 3, Mavic 2 PRCS Elite’s from the same source, you will need on average about 2000 Watts AC.
Inverters/generator power sources should be rated between 1.2X and 1.5X the wattage required by the load, i.e. Mavic 2 PRCS Elite charging systems. Note: all our charging systems are designed to be powered from a “modified sine wave” continuous power source – this can save you a lot of money over buying a “pure sine wave “power source.
To power 1 Mavic 2 PRCS Elite we recommend a power source between 750 Watts and 1,000 Watts.
To power 2 Mavic 2 PRCS Elite we recommend a power source between 1500 Watts and 1,750 Watts.
To power 3 Mavic 2 PRCS Elite we recommend a power source between 2200 Watts and 2,500 Watts.
Be sure to use the proper wire size.