Drone Battery Care and Maintenance | What You Need To Know

Drone Battery Care and Maintenance | What You Need To Know

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-We’re discussing one of the most important drone maintenance topics that is rarely talked about. Batteries!
-Very few remote drone operators have a good understanding on how drone batteries work and what type of care and maintenance is needed to ensure drone safety and longevity of drone batteries.
-DJI drone batteries can be deceiving because they are kept in a plastic shell that hides the internal battery. This prevents drone pilots from inspecting the batteries properly.
-Aftermarket drone battery chargers are essential to proper care and maintenance.

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-If you are ready to take your drone capability to the next level, visit our website today!
**Steel City Drones Flight Academy offers complete drone training services anywhere in the United States.
-We offer training services for all DJI platforms including the DJI M200, Inspire, Mavic, and Phantom series.
-We offer drone-introduction classes, advanced drone flying, commercial drone applications classes, cell tower inspections with drones, and precision agriculture using drones -such as golf course management.
-If you are ready to take your drone capability to the next level, visit our website today!
Visit: https://www.SteelCityFlightAcademy.com

6 Comments

  1. Dennis G on October 20, 2021 at 8:59 am

    If there is a battery failure wouldn’t it be helpful to incorporate a floatation device so not to lose the drone forever. I have been looking into purchasing a drone but shy away because of water danger

  2. The Sawicki Group LLC on October 20, 2021 at 9:01 am

    The folks at Steel City Flight Academy continue to provide me with excellent support. I have worked with them, albeit remotely, for about a year and they always deliver accurate, professional and timely info. Dave Sawicki The Sawicki Group LLC

  3. Outlaw Adventures on October 20, 2021 at 9:09 am

    Dji Mavic Pro auto discharge works for me but thanks for all the helpful info. I just hope i have not ruined my batteries already

  4. Richard Strapple on October 20, 2021 at 9:24 am

    Good video. The discharge feature does work for me on my P3P and P4P.

  5. NoOneSpecific on October 20, 2021 at 9:25 am

    All great info, and I’m just a spark guy, but the dji spark batteries do discharge down about half way within a few days, I think that’s a recent thing possibly, but I know much more about lipo batteries, the flying down to 20 percent was the info I was after, nice video and thanks.

  6. Marley Spicer on October 20, 2021 at 9:25 am

    Every time I use my drone do I have to fly it until it goes flat?

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