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Inspire battery compatibility

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by kestrelV24, Mar 19, 2016.

  1. kestrelV24

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    Hi all, a very quick question for a soon to be inspire 1 pro owner:
    Does the pro require "pro specific" batteries or is there no difference (ie a T47 is a T47)?


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  2. The Editor

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    There are no differences in the battery packs. The only alternative types are black ones for the Pro Black but there are no other different varieties out there.
     
  3. kestrelV24

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    Thank you for your reply.
    I might need to start a new thread asking for advice about why the Battery WONT CHARGE!!!!
    Very suspicious, considering sending it back. Every other DJI battery has arrived with ~some~ charge, this one has never lit up despite charging it for >1hr.
    Am I missing something very dumb? I have the correct charger (arrived with quad). Very cautious about using it at all now (even if problem rectified).

    Here I am asking for help again so soon; does anyone have any opinion on this??


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  4. John Robinson

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    My new TB47 arrived totally dead. No lights no matter how i pressed it. Charged it for 1 hour. Then charged it for 22 hours and still nothing. The shop replaced it for free. If it suddenly started working I would be concerned it could also suddenly stop working again. Mid-air. Ugh. :(
     
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    I found when I purchased 2 T48's, they wouldn't take a charge. But mentioned elsewhere in forum was to pull the top off battery, disconnect small leads, let sit for an hour, reconnect and charge. Worked like a champ.
     
  6. kestrelV24

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    "Pull the top off" - how hard was that to do?
    I thank you for this information; to do or not to do...


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