Mavic Pro Running Hot? Here's Why

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  1. Guest

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    Found this today.

    Basically. Do not fly it with the globe on!

     
  2. TheLightSpeed!

    TheLightSpeed! Well-Known Member

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    That's not a good test. He should have had it cool down between tests to the same ambient temps.

    Or did the globe first and off second.

    I don't think he realizes the done has a big vent cut into it either. The fan has plenty of power to pull air through it!


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  3. MavicKhan

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    He did.

    Listen at 04:51.

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  4. TheLightSpeed!

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    Yeah I heard that... however you can tell the sun and the environment he didn't let it cool all the way to the same temp.

    He let it cool down a little.

    This guy is an engineer, not a scientist. A scientist would have conducted two tests, in controlled environments and would have never used a IR Temp gun to take accurate measurements. He would have also been very specific about the tested areas.

    Noticed how he moved the gun around until he gets a higher temp? That's not scientific.

    @DroneValley where you at brother?


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