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Ok so i get this msg on my screen (battery related)

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Help' started by inspire909, Oct 18, 2015.

  1. inspire909

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    So I get this msg saying my battery needs to be dicharged to 5% and recharged so that's what I did now the msg won't go away! Is there a way to manual reset the battery or should I discharge it again ?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated
    Thank you
     

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  2. turbodronepilot

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    Hey inspire909 ..
    Recalibrate the battery by draining it down to 3.3 volts per cell or until it stops ...
     
  3. inspire909

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    Oh!! Ok I drained it down to 5% I
    guess that wasn't far enough!! Thanks bud that message is driving me crazy I won't use that battery until it goes away
     
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  4. lake_flyer

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    First charge your batteries and switch off Smart Go Home in the Go App. Go flying until it wants to do a low batt auto landing. Keep the I1 hovering with the throttle stick pushed up as far as needed to keep it in the air, until it lands with the stick all the way up.
    Now your battery is ready to be calibrated. Let it cool down to room temp before recharging.

    You have to do this with fully charged battery otherwise the calibration will be offset.
     
  5. inspire909

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    Wow this whole battery calibration thing takes forever they definitely need to come out with a better way come on DJI? This is your flagship