DJI has launched no less than two new drones this year, that despite the legal disaster he has in the US for his involvement with the activities of the Chinese government. Fortunately, it hasn’t forgotten about his relatively young products, namely DJI Mini 2. The owner of the drone has reported a small problem but is still unfavorable about his lipo battery. The good news is only needing to repair software. The bad news is his arrival still unknown at this time.
Some DJI Mini 2 owners have reported that the battery drone does not run out in time when left in the drone or on the charger when it does not charge. Even though this usually sounds like a good thing, the problem is that it also decreases the battery life. Lipo batteries in particular need to be released very slowly when it is full to extend their lives, ironic because it might be heard.
The DJI smart flight battery actually has this function but it turns out the battery in DJI Mini 2. Most owners may miss it, because it might be just a surface in the test and closer inspection. Fortunately, the repair is also not difficult.
In a statement for digital photography reviews, DJI said that it would push the firmware update that would improve this situation. This will start the automatic discharge when the battery is left in the drone or in the charging hub and has not been used recently. However, not saying, when planning to truly push the update.
Although it can be expensive in the long run, because users may have to replace their batteries faster, this problem is actually very small and, fortunately, does not cause security risks. That said, DJI recommends that Mini 2 owners issue a battery when it won’t be used for a long period of time, with or without firmware updates.