4P3 Charger

4P3 Charger

Model:    SK-100118

 
 
 
 
Charging Station for Phantom 3 & 4 Smart Battery
 
The SkyRC 4P3 charging station allows pilots to charge/ storage/ cycle 4 sets of smart batteries (for Phantom 3 and Phantom 4) at the same time with maximal power 100 watts per channel. Moreover, it can charge 2 radio controllers and 2 tablets/ smart phone in the same time.
 

PU handle

PU handle for easy carry

3 working modes

Charge, Storage, Cycle

3 built-in fans

3 built-in fans for
maximum ventilation

USB Output

5V/2.1A USB Output to charge
smartphones/ tablets

DC Outputs

19V/2A DC outputs to
charge remote controllers

Built-in AC Adaptor

100-240V AC input for
worldwide use.

4 channels

4 channels to charge
4 smart batteries
simultaneously

Power Output Display

9 leds to indicate the
output power from
minimum to maximum

8 LEDs & 12 digitrons

8 LEDs & 12 digitrons to
present charging status/
charged percentage/ voltage
Charged Percentage
Battery Voltage
Cycle Button
Storage Button
Output Power Indicator
Battery Slot
Digitron
PU handle
Cooling Fan
Power Switch
AC Socket
Value Added Function 2×19V/2A DC outputs for charging remote
controllers. 2×5V/2.1A USB outputs for
charging smartphones/ tablets.
Charging Port
for Remote Controller
USB Power
for Smart Device
Built-in Adaptor Built-in 100-240V AC/DC power
adaptor for worldwide use.
Smart Ventilation
System
3 built-in smart cooling fans for maximum
heat dissipation.
No more painful
waiting!
100 watts x4 power fast charge,
give you more flight time!
PU handle Heavy, but portable with handle.
Digitron & LED 8 LEDs indicate display contents,
charged percentage or voltage. 12
digitrons present working modes,
charged percentage or voltage.
Charging Phantom4
battery
Cable adapter for charging Phantom4
battery is available as optional part .
 
 
 
 

  Dimension  

  Net Weight   3.22kg
  Input Voltage   AC 100-240V
  Charge Power   100W x 4
  Charge Current   6.0A
  USB Output   5V/2.1A x2
  DC Output   19V/2A x2
  Working Mode   Charge Mode
  Storage Mode
  Cycle Mode
 
 


 

Revised  2016-09-03