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DJI Spark Battery Charging Hub, Black (CP.PT.000870)
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- Efficiently charge three Spark batteries at the same time.
- Prolonged battery life with the intelligent current-limiting feature.
- Charge Time:* (With three batteries and Spark Battery Charger F1C50 Version 2); approx. 90 minutes
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Spark's Battery Charging Hub is designed to charge up to three Intelligent Flight Batteries in sequence or simultaneously. It optimizes the charging based on the batteries' power levels and cell voltage. When battery temperatures are low, the Charging Hub will limit the charging current to prevent a hazard and prolong battery life. Efficiently charge multiple Spark batteries at the same time. Prolonged battery life with the intelligent current-limiting feature. In the Box Spark - Battery Charging Hub × 1 Spark - Charger × 1 Spark - Power Cable × 1 Specifications Model: S1CH Compatible Battery Charger: Spark Battery Charger (F1C50 Version 2) Compatible Battery Model: MB1; 1480 mAh, 11.4 V Operating Temperature Range: 32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C) Input Voltage: 13.05 V Input Current: 3.83 A Weight: 0.14 lbs. (67.2 g) Charge Time:* (With three batteries and Spark Battery Charger F1C50 Version 2); approx. 90 minutes *Charging time was tested in a lab environment at room temperatures of 77°F (25°C). To be taken as reference only.
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The basic specs says this is 168W (120VAC x 1.4A input) charger, however, my testing showed that it peaks out at about 105W. This is good or bad depending what you want. I like that it only uses up to 105 Watts, which then allows for use with a cheap inverter and a car battery, etc. Above 120W the draw starts to be too big for cheap inverters and smaller car batteries, so there you go. Most of the time it will operate in that 80-90W range. If you wanted fast as possible charging, well, then you will be disappointed that it only peaks at about 105W and you will feel ripped off a little bit.
Moving on, this charger seems to be a little smart about how it charges. If you pop one battery in, it will go full tilt on the battery and reach full charge in about 50-55 mins (from 15%). If you put two batteries in, it will go full tilt on two and both reach full charge maybe just a couple mins longer. But, when you try put three, it seems to prioritize one battery over the other two. One battery then chargers fast (still around that 50-55 min charge time) while the other two take longer (more like 70-80 mins). Adding loads to the USB ports (for example the remote controller) does lengthen the charging times of the Spark batteries a little bit, but not huge. All in all, three Spark batteries (15%) and the RC (50%) takes about 50-55 mins for the priority battery to be ready, 70-80 mins for the other two batteries, and about 70-80 mins for the RC. While the USB ports may be quick charge or whatever, they dont seen to actually do it with loads I have tried. My Note 8 does not fast charge, for example, and the RC charges much faster on other dedicated bricks I have tried. But, for an all-in-one solution, it isnt bad. 105W is all you get, keep that in mind.
This is very compact and fits nicely in my Smartree case. The materials and quality are what you would expect. Overall, I would buy this again.