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Osmo battery inverter question

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I bought a 150 watt pure sine inverter to charge osmo batteries in a car. The inverter caution text says damage can be caused with rechargeable "devices" of 10volts or higher. The Osmo battery charger says 12.6v.

Does anyone know what this means? When I read more about it on the inverter website it assumes the batteries are AA and AAA.

I can't find mention of it on dji documentation. "mains power only" etc

Other people have used inverters yes, but I don't know if there's said this "no 10 volts or higher" business.

I'm just learning about this stuff. If anyone can offer advice it would be appreciated.

Thanks

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the original charger and battery are still used in this situation, it is just a different power supply for the charger, eg from 12volt power supply inverted to 100-240volt,(like from a cars 12volt supply) I use a inverter in my car when out and about for a long time with the osmo to charge the batteries. click here
 

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