Is the "Intelligent Flight Battery, charger, and power cable" also compatible with European sockets or do you need a different ending?

DJI Mavic Pro Drone

DJI Mavic Pro Drone

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    Normally the power source works from 100 to 240 volts, you just need a small adapter for the plug...

  • You don't even need an adapter. The power "brick" accepts a widely-available power cord connector, so in the event it's not shipped wit the type of plug you need you could simply buy a cord with the correct plug and not have to fool with adapters. The supplied cord is the shortest I've ever seen of this type, which is nice for portability but a bit inconvenient in the home. I just use a power cord from an old pre-MacBook laptop.

  • The power block for the charging dock or battery is auto switching 110-240VAC 50/60 Hz, so yes it will work pretty much worldwide. You will need an adapter for the plug (sold online or in airports) No worries about the battery as it gets power from the power block. I don't call this a charger because it isn't, all cell balancing, charging, and power management is done by the battery itself.