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Safety Tips - Intelligent Battery Use and Maintenance
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2016-5-16 02:27:35
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Romi
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Very good overview. Pretty basic stuff but we all need to learn from somewhere
2016-5-17 19:15:41
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185EZ
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I'm still learning
good stuff
thanks
2016-5-26 17:49:07
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scarzee
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Can I ask what software you used to create this animated video?
2016-5-26 18:34:56
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scarzee@hotmail Posted at 2016-5-27 10:34
Can I ask what software you used to create this animated video?

Adobe After Effect.
2016-5-26 18:47:03
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scarzee
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Thanks,  great info on the battery too!
2016-5-26 20:37:27
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Andy_
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Does it matter if I'm charging my batteries at like 70%? I'm always flying to about 10% and then charging back to 100%, but I'd just like to know what's the best for the battery? Thank you
2016-5-26 23:58:52
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Andy_ Posted at 2016-5-27 15:58
Does it matter if I'm charging my batteries at like 70%? I'm always flying to about 10% and then cha ...

It doesn't matter if you're charging it at 30% or 70%. Just not too low like 3%, this will hurt your battery. The same goes for all kinds of lithium battery, like your cellphones.

2016-5-27 02:53:05
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DNR 4
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Nice video. I see there are green bars and voltage readings. Do those mean anything? Is there a voltage reading we should be looking out for?
Also, I was a little confused by this video.

If the battery temperature reaches 65 degrees Celsius, or 149 degree Fahrenheit, should you even be flying at all? I thought the operating temperature was 40 degrees Celsius? Would that cause battery damage for sure flying it that hot?

Thank you very much!!
2016-5-28 02:36:35
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DNR 4 Posted at 2016-5-28 18:36
Nice video. I see there are green bars and voltage readings. Do those mean anything? Is there a volt ...

It is recommended to land the drone when the battery temperature is higher than 60°C .
2016-5-28 18:27:32
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Hi and I apologise in advance if this question has already been answered but I couldnt find it.  I have read the p4p+ battery can be used in the p4p.  BUT can the p4p battery be used in the p4p+?  in the FAQs it also states the p4p+ battery is compatible with p4p.  but theres no reference to whether its compatible vice versa.  

I have purchased two extra batteries from the Maplin store here in the UK. They only stock the p4p 5350mAh 28mins battery.  My p4p+ comes with the 5870 mAH 30min battery.

Am i OK to use the p4p battery on the p4p+ or should i return and purchase the p4p+ batteries with higher mAh?



2017-1-4 18:41:59
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BashP4P+
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Please could a DJI rep respond to the post above.  I have the batteries and if they are not compatible with the p4p+ or its better to use the p4p+ battery only on the p4p+ then i will return the batteries and exchange as i have x amount of days to return them and replace. thank you
2017-1-5 12:40:49
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BashP4P+ Posted at 2017-1-5 12:40
Please could a DJI rep respond to the post above.  I have the batteries and if they are not compatible with the p4p+ or its better to use the p4p+ battery only on the p4p+ then i will return the batteries and exchange as i have x amount of days to return them and replace. thank you

The smaller capacity 5350mAh batteries are really P4 batteries, but they will work fine with P4P and P4P+.  

All P4 batteries are interchangeable between different models of P4.

The only difference is that the 5350mAh batteries have 10% less capacity than the larger capacity P4P(+) batteries so will give approximately 2.5 minutes less flight time.

2017-1-5 12:50:55
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Bunraku
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Thanks for the info. Very informative.
2017-1-5 13:54:59
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BashP4P+
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Thanks for the response. If that is the only difference i guess i ll keep them. I was just worried that they may affect warranty or worse conflict with aircraft.

2017-1-6 06:32:50
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