DJI Inspire 1 tip of the day
If you fly a DJI Inspire 1 – or just plan to buy one -, you have surely come across the name Lynh Phan as the go to guy if you had some toughies other could not answer. Lynh is an avid RC enthusiast with extensive experience in building RC helicopters and a competition moderator on Helifreak, as well as the moderator of Inspire 1 and Phantom 3 related groups on Facebook. Lynh also works as a consultant to Smart Powerchage which is an amazing startup producing vital accessories for DJI quadcopters such as the SPC 4000 parallel charging station which I have reviewed earlier.
Lynh is a selfless supporter of the DJI Inspire and Phantom 3 pilot community and saved lots of valuable time and money for many of us with his DJI Inspire 1 tips and tricks. I am thrilled that we have agreed with Lynh to have a new and permanent home for a collection of his tips here on Dronethusiast.
We are also hosting a compilation of Lynh’s earlier DJI Inspire 1 tips you should surely bookmark.
Here is a super useful daily tip from Lynh for today.
How to Avoid the Dreaded Battery Connection Error Message?
The smart battery communicates with the DJI Inspire 1 via serial port protocol and contact pins connector. If the contact surfaces are dirty or not in full contact, you can end up with error message at best and potential loss of power at worst.
Simple preventive maintenance and pre flight check can avoid this potential problem. Keep your battery’s serial ports clean and make sure the connecting pins on the Inspire 1 are not pushed or locked down.
Enjoy and safe flying!
Justin is a certified Drone Enthusiast with several years experience piloting as many UAV aircraft as he can get his hands on. While shooting footage as a hobby has now become more of a full time job, Justin still enjoys the peaceful feeling of getting a birds eye view while hiking or on vacation with his family. Reach out to Justin by using the Dronethusiast Contact Page or email at email@example.com.