Whoa, was that a serious post. I feel like when i reply, you are going to say "Quiet You" lollike a car, the odometer helps. but for aircraft, more involvement counts.
i repair and build electronics, and realized power consumption is a biggy. fresh circuitry can exhibit gradual changes consuming power over the course of use. benchmarking that consume is great to fall back upon to compare when anomalies arise. either consume can increase or decrease, by the causation of circuitry component changing. change occurs why? because of material change. e.g., in a cap, pin holing can introduce dramatic changes, in a fet leakage at the channel junction can introduce dramatic changes, and here in honolulu a mere pinhead immersed in infinite pacific ocean salts, these chlorides seek residence and "bridge over" adjacent conductors, again wreaking havoc.
easiest to use power benchmark of known good equipment in "healthiness".
you'd need to measure the amperes requiring some inline interface at the battery. the pinouts are available and the battery will not be in the craft because of the intrude measurement.
i hope you understand that everything in mavic air drinks amperes from the 12volt intelligent flight battery, including internal circuitry of the battery performing supervision and feedback essentials
Thank you much!Whoa, was that a serious post. I feel like when i reply, you are going to say "Quiet You" lol
In the real world where your going to buy something second hand, you cant give the Drone a Endoscopy/hook it up
to SonarGraphs and stuff.
Dji assistant sure, but it won't tell you the sort of detail your talking about
To me, People are usually the best way to get info on what sort of life something has had, but I can be optimistic.
so outside of whatever Thunderdrones said (maybe he said this already), is to look for signs the top has been popped.
There should be little dabs of glue on one or more bolts under the battery, and on the bottom.
and no scratches around the top edge
Ask them with questions you know the answer to Like "Whats that firmware app", "1.03.400 is the best huh",
"DJI refresh is a godsend huh"
You can look up the serial number (if they give it) to see if it's a refurb.
Also this is a good tool to find out when the drone was made. Good to know for "some" flyers
DJI SERIAL DECODER
Hope that Helps
Not serious, just basic conservation (mass, momentum, energy). Nutshelled, we watch carefully for parasitic losses, AND unexpectant loss of normal consumptions. Heat is parasitic losses, firing a fet transistor, some expected heat is generated. Maybe the receiver acknowledged resend that data packet because it was incomplete, so transistor must reiterate: enough repeats increases heat, and so we examine how come transmit and receive arent optimal, and so on.Thank you much!
The desired seller would be the kind who just realized the whole thing is just too techy, like old folks or even girls unaligned to tech issues
I'm surprised that I have not seen anyone answer this simple question. Yes, there is. You can power up the controller with the phone he used and the flight log data will be there in the dji app. I can't navigate you there, since I'm a bit of a NOOB myself, but it is there.Thank you, I will be checking on the drone in person this upcoming week. Is there any way I can get the internal flight log information from his drone to look over and determine the specs and if there has been any crashes of any sort before I decide about buying a used drone
Yup. The megabytes keep increasing forever as there is none stack clearing unless by user execute or folder cleared (sync'd will not clear from commercial clouds). Does anyone know in apk option clearing data, is Shenzhen uploads also washed too besides phone's chronfiles?I'm surprised that I have not seen anyone answer this simple question. Yes, there is. You can power up the controller with the phone he used and the flight log data will be there in the dji app. I can't navigate you there, since I'm a bit of a NOOB myself, but it is there.
It will hover in one spot when u take your hands off the controlsChecked out the Mavic Pro drone seems like a possibly good buy for a used drone, there is one thing that I noticed about the drone that I would like people's opinions/expertise on.
When the drone is in mid air not too high off the ground about 5 feet Max, no wind of any kind very still, the drone is on and the control is on. I'm using the controller to fly
Is the drone suppose to hover in one spot where it last was or does the drone move slowly while hover
Thank you for your response, if the drone camera facing away from me and it hovers from one spot and then starts to move slowly towards the right with my hands off the controls what could be the cause of that?It will hover in one spot when u take your hands off the controls
Hi Jeff,They do drift a small amount if the ground is a solid color. No marker for the bottom cameras to pick up. Worst case you can go into the dji app with your phone attached to it. Power up the drone and controller, let them sync. Turn off the mavic since you don't want it to take off. Hit the menu at the top right go down to rc and at the bottom there is calibrate controller. It will have you move both right and left sticks following a blue circle. After cailbration is complete turn off the controller, close the dji app. Power on the mavic, then the controller, let them sync again and the app open try again to hover about 5-10 foot off the ground and see if it is hovering in place. If not put a stick or something under the drone, on the ground so the camera has something to pick up as a marker and see if that helps. Reply back if this does not work.
Hi thank you for the offer and for letting me know. I unfortunately do not live nearby London. Sounds like a great place to live.Hi P, I have 2 used Mavic Pro for sale incl. 2 batteries each and a lot of other accesoiries, I am upgrading to Enterprice. If you live nearby London you can visit me, play an afternoon in Ritchmond Park and if you happy buy the drone, if not happy buy me at least a coffee.