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WANT TO CHANGE LOW VOLTAGE WARNING
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fans78157544
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HI GUY . I CANT SEEM TO FIND ANY SETTING TO CHANGE THE LOW VOLTAGE WARNING LEVEL IN THE GOGGLES .
IT SEEM LIKE YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO DO THAT BUT I CANT FIND IT . ANY ONE HAVE ANY HELP .
I HAVE EYE TROUBLE AND USE CAPS .
2019-12-16
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djiuser_0BCvSMKCJEis
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I want to do.thw same! Using  4x18650's that can go down to 2.5v per cell but the goggles just beep at me
2019-12-22
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DTH
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Same here - I'd like to be able to at least kill the beep - but leave the red warning on the screen maybe?
2020-1-10
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HAPPYMCC
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I came up with a solution . I put an adjustable buck converter on the power and set it to 12 volts .  That fools the sensor into thinking i am running on a 3 cell battery . Now i get a warning at 10.4 volts . Since a four cell li ion can be discharged to 10 volts that works perfectly .  
2020-1-10
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roady123
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Same here, i would like to set an custom voltage alarm in the goggles.

2020-2-17
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Bruxx3d
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djiuser_0BCvSMKCJEis Posted at 2019-12-22 14:25
I want to do.thw same! Using  4x18650's that can go down to 2.5v per cell but the goggles just beep at me

They should work on it for sure , I dont think DJI though about the guys that use long range setup with some 18650

Can you tell more about your 4x18650 build ? this is very sweet and though about going this this batteries type with my 7p build
2020-2-17
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Kreeze
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i want this feature as well. the goggles are beeping at 7v when they shouldn't be beeping until 5v with my li-ion 2s setup
2020-3-14
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djiuser_3cGBEp82ofB1
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I join the request !!!
2020-3-15
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fansd95c99c0
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DJI PLEASE fix the low alarm please
2020-3-28
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djiuser_08ffjQuxuB6O
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This is definitely needed.
Even LiPos can be safely discharged to about 3v per cell.

Also in regards to the internal Voltage sensor being off by about 0.5v in my case.
The goggles themselves read 7.0v, my multimeter reads 7.45v.
2020-4-10
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DanGro
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djiuser_08ffjQuxuB6O Posted at 4-10 04:22
This is definitely needed.
Even LiPos can be safely discharged to about 3v per cell.

Just to clearify the last reply: 3 Volts is not safe for a Lipo, it's the absolute minimum where you start damaging it. 3.2 Volts is a safe absolute minimum. 3.5 Volts is safe.
And the probable reason why your multimeter shows a higher voltage is because it's not under load. The voltage of a Lipo drops under load, which is why you shouldn't really go under 3.5 Volts, which should read about 3.2 - 3.4 Volts depending on the current you draw from it.
2020-9-28
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DanGro
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Can now be turned off in Preferences > Low Power Warning (on/off). Would be nice if the value could be set, but on/off works for me.
2020-9-28
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djiuser_RgeukNVYJcsa
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Would be nice to adjust the warning voltage.
2020-11-4
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rafalkiermacz
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HAPPYMCC Posted at 1-10 14:37
I came up with a solution . I put an adjustable buck converter on the power and set it to 12 volts .  That fools the sensor into thinking i am running on a 3 cell battery . Now i get a warning at 10.4 volts . Since a four cell li ion can be discharged to 10 volts that works perfectly .

is there any power loss when you do this?  that you can tell?
2020-12-10
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HAPPYMCC
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No power loss . Working great for me .
2020-12-10
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SigF
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Buck converters are fairly efficient (about 90%) so you are losing at least 10%.  Also, you might as well turn off your low voltage warning, buck converter will output your set voltage much longer than is safe for your batteries all the while displaying that your battery is at set voltage when it's not.
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