Support for Phantom 3 Standard

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Aircraft
Hover the aircraft over a flat, level surface. Slowly pull the throttle stick down until the aircraft touches the ground.
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A compass error may occur when the aircraft is flying close to strong electromagnetic fields (e.g. power lines). The Aircraft Status Indicators will rapidly blink red and yellow when a compass error occurs and the DJI GO app will display one of the following messages: - Compass error, calibration required; This warning message indicates that the aircraft is receiving abnormal compass readings. It is recommended that you power off the aircraft and re-calibrate the compass at a different location and then resume the flight;
- Compass error, exit P-GPS Mode; This warning message indicates that the aircraft is drifting severely. Bring the aircraft to a higher altitude to acquire connections with enough GPS satellites when this warning message appears. The flight controller will automatically adjust the orientation of the aircraft in midair to mitigate the drift. The aircraft will switch back to P-GPS mode when the automatic adjustment is complete.
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Always fly in locations that are clear of buildings and other obstacles.
Do not fly above or near large crowds.
Avoid flying at altitudes above 400 feet (120 m).
Be very careful when flying 19,600 feet (6,000 m) or more above sea level.
Fly in moderate weather conditions with temperatures between 0 to 40 degrees Celsius.
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Ensure the remote controller and aircraft batteries are fully charged.
Ensure the propellers are in good condition and securely tightened.
Ensure there is nothing obstructing the motors.
Be sure to calibrate the compass at every new flight location or if the app prompts you.
Check that the camera lens is clean and free of stains.
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Stay away from the rotating propellers and motors.
Maintain line of sight with your aircraft at all times.
Do not perform the Combination Stick Command when the aircraft is in midair.
Do not answer incoming calls during flight.
Do not fly under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
During the Return-to-Home procedure, you can adjust the altitude to avoid obstacles.
In the instance of a Low Battery Warning, land the aircraft at a safe location.
After landing, first turn off the Intelligent Flight Battery, then turn off the remote controller.
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Do not use aged, chipped or broken propellers.
Recommended storage temperature: between 22 to 28 degree Celsius.
Refer to the Phantom 3 Intelligent Flight Battery Safety Guidelines for more information about how to safely handle the battery.
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Do not fly in No-Fly Zones. You can find a complete list of these areas at http://flysafe.dji.com/. The DJI No-Fly Zone is not a replacement for local government regulations or good judgement. Avoid flying in areas where rescue teams are actively using the airspace.
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Ensure the compass is calibrated before every flight. Failure to calibrate may lead to poor flight performance or a crash.
Do not attempt to calibrate your compass where there is a chance of strong magnetic interference. This includes areas where there are massive metal objects, parking structures, steel reinforcements underground, or under bridges.
The compass should always be calibrated when moving from indoor spaces to outdoor spaces.
If the rear LEDs show a fast blinking red light, compass calibration has failed. Please recalibrate.
After successful calibration, the compass may become abnormal when you place the aircraft on the ground. This may be because of underground magnetic interference. Move the aircraft to another location and try again.
When to recalibrate:
When compass data is abnormal, and the Aircraft Status Indicator is blinking red and yellow.
When flying in a new location, or a location that is different from your last flight.
When severe drifting occurs in flight, that is the aircraft does not fly in straight lines.
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Details for each flight mode are found below:
P-Mode (Positioning): P-Mode works best when the GPS signal is strong. One of its two states will be selected by the aircraft automatically depending on GPS signal strength.
P-GPS: GPS is available. The aircraft uses GPS for positioning.
P-ATTI: GPS is not available. The aircraft only uses its barometer to maintain altitude.
A-Mode (Attitude): GPS is not used for positioning, and the aircraft only uses its barometer to maintain altitude. If a GPS signal is present, the aircraft will still return to the last recorded Home Point if the remote controller signal is lost.
F-Mode (Function): Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC) is supported in this mode. Refer to the IOC section in the Appendix for more information.
The Flight Mode Switch is locked in P-Mode by default. To enable other flight modes, go to the DJI GO-Camera View-MC Settings-Advanced Settings-Enable Multiple Flight Modes.
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The Front LEDs glow solid red when the aircraft is turned on and help you orientate the aircraft when it is in the air. You can switch off the Front LEDs in the DJI GO app to achieve a better filming result. The Aircraft Status Indicators indicate the status of the flight controller. Please refer to the User Manual for details on the blinking patterns.
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Tap the RTH icon in the DJI GO app or toggle the S2 switch on the remote controller back and forth at least twice to initiate Smart RTH. The aircraft will first ascend to the Return-to-Home altitude, and then return to the last recorded Home Point if a GPS signal is available. During the RTH procedure, you may use the remote controller to guide the aircraft around obstacles.
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When the Intelligent Flight Battery is depleted to a point that may affect the safe return of the aircraft, the Low Battery Level Warning or Critically Low Battery Warning will appear in the DJI GO app. The thresholds for these warnings are automatically determined based on the aircraft's current altitude and distance from the Home Point, but you can also set your own fixed thresholds as an extra precaution.
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Failsafe RTH will be triggered if the remote controller signal is lost for more than three seconds, provided that a Home Point was recorded previously. You can regain control of the aircraft if the remote controller signal is recovered. The aircraft will automatically descend and land if Failsafe RTH is triggered when the aircraft is within a 20 meter (65 feet) radius of the Home Point. During the RTH procedure, if you move the throttle stick after the aircraft rises above 65 feet (20 m), the aircraft will stop ascending and immediately return to the Home Point. The aircraft cannot Return-to-Home if the signal is weak (the GPS icon is gray). The aircraft cannot avoid obstacles during the Failsafe RTH procedure, so it is important to set a suitable Return-to-Home altitude before each flight. Go to the DJI GO app-Camera View-MC Settings-Advanced Settings-Failsafe Mode to set the Failsafe altitude.
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The aircraft automatically keeps a record of detailed flight data including telemetry measurements, aircraft status information, and error messages. To export this data, connect the aircraft to the PC through the Micro-USB port and launch the DJI GO app to export this data. This data can be later analyzed with the proper software if necessary.
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Do not use the aircraft in adverse weather conditions including rain, snow, fog, and wind speeds exceeding 10 m/s.
Only fly in open areas. Tall buildings and steel structures may affect the accuracy of the on-board compass and GPS signal.
Avoid flying near obstacles, crowds, high voltage power lines, trees and bodies of water.
Avoid flying in area with high levels of electromagnetism, including mobile phone base stations and radio transmission towers.
Aircraft and battery performance is subject to environmental factors such as air density and temperature. Be very careful when flying over 19,685 feet (6000 m) above sea level as the battery and aircraft performance may be reduced. The Phantom 3 Standard cannot operate in P-Mode within the Earth's polar regions.
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Choose an open space to carry out the following procedures:
Go to the DJI GO app-Camera View-Aircraft Status Bar (top of the screen). Next to “Compass”, tap Calibrate. Alternatively, flip the S1 switch quickly for more than 3 times. The Aircraft Status Indicator will change to solid yellow when the aircraft is ready for compass calibration.
Hold the aircraft upright and rotate it 360 degrees along the central axis. The Aircraft Status Indicator will change from solid yellow to solid green when completed.
Hold the aircraft with its camera facing down, and rotate it 360 degrees along its central axis. The Aircraft Status Indicator will change to flashing yellow or flashing green when completed. The calibration is successful.
If the Aircraft Status Indicator becomes flashing red, the calibration is unsuccessful. Repeat the steps above to recalibrate the compass.
If the Aircraft Status Indicator flashes red and yellow alternatively, the compass data is abnormal. Move your aircraft to a different location to carry out the calibration. Calibrate the compass after you launch the DJI GO app if you are prompted to do so.
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Auto Takeoff
To use Auto Takeoff:
Launch the DJI GO app and enter Camera View.
Ensure that the aircraft is in P-Mode (switch S1 is in the uppermost position).
Go through the pre-flight checklist.
Tap Auto Takeoff icon and slide Confirm to take off.
The aircraft will take off and hover at 1.2 meters above the ground.
Auto Landing
To use Auto Landing:
Ensure that the aircraft is in P-Mode (switch S1 is in the uppermost position).
Check that the landing area is clear before tapping the Auto Landing icon to land the aircraft.
The aircraft will begin to land automatically.
Only use Auto Takeoff or Landing if there is a strong GPS signal.
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Starting the Motors
A Combination Stick Command (CSC) is used to start the motors. Push both sticks to the bottom inner or outer corners to start the motors. Once the motors have started spinning, release both sticks simultaneously.
Stopping the Motors
There are two methods to stop the motors.
Method 1: When the aircraft has landed, push the throttle stick down, then perform the CSC command to stop the motors. Release both sticks once the motors have stopped.
Method 2: When the aircraft has landed, push the throttle down and hold. The motors will stop after 3 seconds.<br/> Do not perform the CSC command when the aircraft is flying in mid-air.
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Place the aircraft on an area of open, flat ground with the battery indicator facing towards you.
Power on the remote controller and your mobile device, and then the Intelligent Flight Battery.
Launch the DJI GO app and enter Camera View.
Wait until the Aircraft Status Indicator flashes green. This means the Home Point has been recorded and it is safe to fly. If it flashes yellow, the Home Point has not been recorded and you must not take off.
Slowly push the throttle stick up or use Auto Takeoff to take off.
To land, hover over a level surface and gently pull down the throttle stick to descend slowly.
After landing, execute the CSC command to push the throttle stick down for 3 seconds until the motors come to a stop.
Turn off the Intelligent Flight Battery, followed by the remote controller.
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Go through the pre-flight checklist before each flight.
Select an appropriate gimbal operation mode in the DJI GO app.
Shoot video when flying in P-Mode whenever possible.
Always fly in good weather and avoid rain or strong winds.
Choose a suitable recording format for the camera and adjust the settings for ISO, exposure, etc.
Perform test flights to establish flight routes and locate interesting scenes.
Move the control sticks gently to keep the aircraft‘s movement smooth and stable for the best shots.
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Please refer to http://www.dji.com/product/phantom-3-standard/spec
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Intelligent Flight Modes include Course Lock, Home Lock, Point of Interest (POI), Follow Me and Waypoints. These modes help you create professional shoots during the flight. Course Lock and Home Lock help you to lock the orientation of the aircraft so that you can focus more on other operations. Point of Interest, Follow Me and Waypoints modes enable the aircraft to fly automatically according to the pre-set flight maneuvers.
Enable Multiple Flight Mode by launching the DJI GO app-Camera View-MC Settings-Advanced Settings-Multiple Flight Mode before using the Intelligent Flight Mode for the first time.
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Course Lock locks the current nose direction as the aircraft's forward direction. The aircraft will move in the locked direction regardless of its orientation (yaw angle).
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Pull the pitch stick backward to move the aircraft toward its recorded Home Point.
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The aircraft will orbit around the subject automatically to allow you to focus on shooting the subject in Point of Interest.
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A virtual tether is created between the aircraft and the mobile device so that the aircraft can track your movement as you move. Note that Follow Me performance is subject to the GPS accuracy on the mobile device.
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Record a flight path, and the aircraft will fly along the same path repeatedly while you control the camera and orientation. The flight path can be saved and used again in the future.
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Please watch the tutorial https://youtu.be/F9znIGvIrEI
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The aircraft will not avoid obstacles while it is returning to the Home Point, and an appropriate RTH altitude must be set before flight. You should also use the control sticks to guide the aircraft.
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Please maintain line of sight and avoid flying behind buildings or obstacles that block your view.
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Please visit http://www.dji.com/product/phantom-3-standard/download
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Gimbal and Camera
No. The camera that comes with the Phantom 3 Standard is permanently attached. Attempting to remove, replace, or modify the camera may damage the product and will void your warranty.
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Do not remove the Micro SD card from the camera. If it has been removed, place it back in the camera. Turn on the Phantom 3 Standard and wait approximately 30 seconds as the video file is restored.
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Precision elements in the gimbal may be damaged in a collision or impact, which may cause the gimbal to function abnormally.
Do not apply external force to the gimbal after the gimbal is powered on.
Do not add any payloads to the gimbal, as this may cause the gimbal to function abnormally or even lead to motor damage.
Remove the gimbal clamp before powering on the gimbal. Re-install the gimbal clamp to secure the gimbal's position if you are going to store the aircraft for an extended period.
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The Phantom 3 Standard comes with an 8 GB Micro SD card, but also supports Micro SD cards with a capacity of up to 64 GB. We recommend using a UHS-1 or Class 6 Micro SD card to minimize delay when reading or writing high resolution image files. Do not insert or remove the Micro SD card when the Phantom 3 Standard is turned on.
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Connect the Phantom 3 Standard to your PC through the Camera's Micro USB port to access videos and photos stored on the Micro SD card.
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The Camera Status LED lights up when the aircraft is turned on and provides information on the working status of the camera. Please refer to the User Manual for more details.
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Two gimbal operation modes are available. Switch between the different operation modes on the camera settings page of the DJI GO app. Note that your mobile device must be connected to the remote controller for changes to take effect. Refer to the following description for details:
Follow Mode: The pitch angles of the gimbal and the aircraft stay the same.<br/> FPV Mode: The pitch and roll angles of the gimbal and the aircraft stay the same, providing a unique first-person view.
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Take off from a flat, open area that will not interfere with the gimbal movement. A gimbal motor error may occur in these situations:
The gimbal's motion is obstructed by the gimbal clamp or obstacles on the ground. The gimbal was subjected to an excessive external force such as a collision.
Flying in heavy fog or clouds may make the gimbal wet, leading to a temporary failure. The gimbal will recover full functionality once it dries.
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The Phantom 3 Standard comes with two Anti-drop Pins which help secure the gimbal and camera to the aircraft. To install additional pins, please refer to the User Manual.
Push the Anti-drop Pin through the damper and the center of the ring. Press them together until you hear a click. Only 2 pins installed adjacent from each other are required during use.
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Remote Controller
These switches are called the S1 and S2 switches.
The S1 switch allows you to change between advanced flight modes, including P-Mode, A-Mode, and F-Mode. More information about these modes can be found in the user manual. Beginners should keep this switch in the uppermost position (P-Mode) when flying.
The S2 switch can be used to trigger Return to Home. When flying, simply toggle this switch up and down several times to tell your Phantom 3 Standard to return to the Home Point and land.
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The signal transmission distance will vary depending on environmental conditions and local regulations, but the Phantom 3 Standard can reach distances of up to 1,000 m away from the pilot in FCC compliant mode and 500 m in CE compliant mode. In a wide open area with minimal magnetic interference, and at an altitude of about 120 meters, the remote controller is able to reach its maximum transmission distance.
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By default, the remote controller is set to Mode 2. This means that the right control stick controls the movement of the aircraft and the left control stick controls the throttle and orientation of the aircraft. These controls can be changed to Mode 1 or set to a customized configuration in the DJI GO app. This is only recommended for advanced users.
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No, there is no need to buy a separate remote controller. Your Phantom 3 Standard comes with a custom-built remote controller that is already linked to the aircraft.
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No. The included Remote Controller can be used to control both the aircraft and the gimbal tilt at the same time.
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If the remote controller is powered on and has not been used for 5 minutes, it will sound an alert. After 20 minutes it will automatically power off. Move the sticks or perform some other action to cancel the alert.
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Ensure the remote controller is fully charged before each flight.
Ensure the mobile device holder is firmly in place and does not slip.
Ensure the antenna of the remote controller is unfolded and adjusted to the proper position to achieve optimal transmission quality.
Repair or replace the remote controller if damaged. A damaged remote controller antenna will greatly decrease performance.
Linking is required if you wish to replace your remote controller or receiver. Refer to the User Manual for details.
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Toggle the S1 switch to the upper most position and ensure both control sticks are in the neutral position. Slide the power switch to the right to turn on the remote controller. The Status LED will light up solid green when the remote controller is connected to the aircraft. The Battery Indicator will display the battery level of the remote controller.
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Charge the remote controller through the Micro USB port using the provided Micro USB cable. The Battery Level Indicator will blink green when it is charging.
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The Phantom 3 Standard is linked to the remote controller by default, and re-linking is only necessary if the remote controller is replaced with a new one.
The linking procedures are:
Turn on the aircraft and press the Link Button. The button will blink red when the aircraft is ready to link.
Switch on the remote controller, turn the gimbal dial to the far left, and toggle the S2 switch back and forth quickly for at least three times. You will hear a pulsating beep sound when the remote controller is trying to link to the aircraft.
The remote controller will stop beeping and the Link Button on the aircraft will turn solid green if linking is successful.
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The remote controller complies with CE compliance as default. Switch between CE and FCC is automatically adjusted according to the GPS locations acquired by the DJI GO app. The CE compliant remote controller has an effective signal range of 0.31 miles (500 m) in open spaces. The FCC compliant remote controller has an effective signal range of 0.62 miles (1000 m) in open spaces. Monitor your flying distance as the aircraft will enter Failsafe RTH if it flies beyond the transmission range.
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Switch on the remote controller. Turn on the aircraft. On your mobile device, select “PHANTOM3_XXXXXX” from the Wi-Fi network list, and enter the default password “12341234”. Launch the DJI GO app and enter Camera View. A video signal from the aircraft's camera indicates that the aircraft has established a connection to the Wi-Fi video downlink successfully.
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Switch on the remote controller, turn the gimbal dial to the far right, and toggle the S2 switch back and forth for at least three times. The remote controller will sound a beep if the SSID and password for the Wi-Fi video downlink have been reset to their default values successfully.
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Built into the remote controller is a rechargeable lithium battery which lasts for up to three hours.
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The charging time using a USB adapter is about 2.5 hours when charging at 1.5 A. When charging is complete, the Status LED of the remote controller will change from red to green.
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DJI GO
The DJI GO app is free to download from the Apple App Store and Google Play. Search for “DJI GO” and download/install the app as usual.
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The Phantom 3 Standard connects to the DJI GO app on your mobile device via its own Wi-Fi network. First power on your remote controller and Phantom 3 Standard. Then connect your mobile device to the dedicated "PHANTOM 3_XXXXXX" Wi-Fi network, and open the DJI GO app. Details can be found in the user manual.
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The Phantom 3 Standard is compatible with the DJI GO app for iOS and Android, which is also used for other DJI products. The app will detect which aircraft is connected and automatically adjust accordingly.
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The DJI GO app is only compatible with devices running iOS 8.0 or later or Android v4.1.2 or later. A full list of suggested devices can be found on the Phantom 3 Standard webpage at DJI.com.
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Director is an automatic video editor built into the DJI GO app. After recording several video clips, simply tap "Library" from the app's home screen. You can then select your clips and a template, which are automatically combined to create a short film that can be shared immediately.
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You may need to adjust the settings of your mobile device. Open the Settings menu, select the Privacy tab, select the Photos tab, and then toggle the switch next to the DJI GO app icon. If the GO app has not been granted access to your albums, the photos and videos cannot be synchronized.
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The radar-like object indicates the aircraft's altitude. Tap to bring up the Map. The red arrow indicates the aircraft's heading. The ratio between the blue and gray areas indicates the aircraft's pitch. The horizontal level of the blue-gray boundary indicates the aircraft's roll angle.
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Library: View, edit and share your artwork all in one place. The Library has a range of simple but powerful tools that let you edit your videos and photos before sharing them online, minutes after they are captured.
Explore: Find out about our latest events, featured products and trending SkyPixel uploads in the Explore page.
Me: If you already have a DJI account, you will be able to participate in forum discussions, earn Credits in the DJI Store, and share your artwork with the community.
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Activate your Phantom if you are using it for the first time. This requires an Internet connection.
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Battery and Charger
No. The Phantom 3 series uses a newly designed Intelligent Flight Battery with greater power. The Phantom 3 has a 4 cell battery with a capacity of 4480 mAh and a voltage of 15.2 V.
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Yes, the Phantom 3 series batteries are the same.
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This is normal. After you attempt to power off the Intelligent Flight Battery, it may remain on for a few seconds as any video data is saved to the Micro SD card. This helps prevent your data from being lost or corrupted.
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Flight time will vary depending on environmental conditions and usage patterns, but the Intelligent Flight Battery is designed to provide up to 25 minutes of uninterrupted flight time when fully charged.
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Every Intelligent Flight Battery is tested prior to being packaged and shipped. This affects the discharge time of a new battery and is the reason that the discharge time displayed in the GO app is not zero. The battery is safe to use.
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Battery Level Display: LEDs display the current battery level.
Battery Life Display: LEDs display the current battery life.
Auto-discharging Function: The battery level automatically discharges to below 65% when it is left idle (pressing the power button will exit the idle state) for more than 10 days to prevent swelling. It takes about two days to discharge the battery from 100% to 65%, and it is normal to feel moderate heat emitting from the battery during the discharge process. The discharge thresholds can be adjusted in the DJI GO app.
Balanced Charging: Automatically balances the voltage of each battery cell when charging.
Overcharge Protection: Automatically stops charging the battery when it is fully charged.
Temperature Detection: The battery will only change when its core temperature is between 0 and 40 degrees Celsius.
Overcurrent Protection: The battery stops charging when the maximum current of 8 A is exceeded.
Over-discharge Protection: The battery stops discharging when the battery voltage reaches 12 V to prevent damage from over-discharge.
Short Circuit Damage Detection: The DJI GO app displays a warning message if a damaged battery cell is detected.
Battery Log: Show the last 32 entries of battery information including warning messages.
Sleep Mode: The battery enters sleep mode after 20 minutes of inactivity to save power.
Communication: The battery voltage, capacity, current and other relevant information are sent to the flight controller.
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Press the power button once, again, and hold for 2 seconds.
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Press the power button once, again, and hold for 2 seconds.
When turning off the battery, the power button may continue to flash for a few seconds if the aircraft is still storing media files to the Micro SD card.
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The battery capacity is significantly reduced when flying in cold environments (i.e. air temperatures below 0 degree Celsius).
It is not recommended to fly in very cold environments (i.e. air temperatures below minus 10 degrees and 5 degrees Celsius).
End the flight as soon as possible if the Low Battery Level Warning appears when you are flying in low temperature environments.
Try to warm up the battery indoors prior to flying in low temperature environments.
Keep the battery core temperature above 20 degrees Celsius to ensure optimal performance.
The charger will pause the charging process if the battery core temperature is out of operating range (0 to 40 degrees Celsius).
Ensure the temperature of the Intelligent Flight Battery exceeds 5 degrees Celsius before takeoff.
To warm up the aircraft battery, power it on inside the battery compartment for approximately 1-2 minutes before takeoff. Begin flying by hovering the aircraft at a low altitude for approximately 1 minute to ensure that the battery temperature is stable
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When the battery is powered off, press the power button once. The battery Level Indicator will light up to display the current battery level.
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The battery life indicates the number of cycles the battery can be charged and discharged before it must be replaced. When the battery is turned off, press and hold the power button for 5 seconds to check the battery life. The Battery Level Indicator will light up.
When the battery life reaches 0%, the Intelligent Flight Battery must be replaced.
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Connect the battery charger to a suitable power supply (100-240 V, 50/60 Hz).
Open the protection cap on the battery charger and connect it to the Intelligent Flight Battery. If the battery level is above 95%, turn on the battery before charging, otherwise it will not be fully charged.
The Battery Level Indicator will display the current battery level as it is charging.
The Battery Level Indicators will turn off when charging is complete. Disconnect the Intelligent Flight Battery from the battery charger.
Air cool the Intelligent Flight Battery after each flight. Allow its temperature to drop to room temperature before charging it.
DJI does not take any responsibility for damage caused by third-party battery chargers.
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Please refer to the User Manual for the LED blinking patterns and their corresponding battery protection warning.
After the protection issue is resolved, press the power button to turn off the battery protection warning. Unplug the Intelligent Flight Battery from the battery charger and plug it back in to resume charging. Note that you do not need to unplug and plug the battery charger in the event of a room temperature error. The battery charger will resume charging when the temperature falls within the normal range.
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Slow: Place the Intelligent Flight Battery into the Phantom 3 Standard's battery compartment and turn it on. Leave it on until there is less than 8% of battery remaining, or until the battery can no longer be turned on. Check the battery level in the DJI GO app. Fast: Fly the Phantom 3 Standard outdoors until there is less than 8% of battery remaining or until the battery can no longer be turned on.
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The charging time using the provided charger is about 1.5 hours.
When charging is complete, the battery will automatically power off.
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The battery should be used in temperatures from -10 to 40 degrees Celsius. Use of the battery in environments above 50 degrees Celsius can lead to fire or explosion. Use of the battery below -10 degrees Celsius can lead to permanent damage.
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Do not charge the battery immediately after flight because the battery temperature may be too high. Do not charge the battery until it cools down to near room temperature. Charging the battery outside of the temperature range of 0 to 40 degrees Celsius may lead to leakage, overheating, or battery damage.
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Dispose of the battery in specific recycling boxes only after a complete discharge. Do not place the battery in regular trash containers. Strictly follow your local regulations regarding the disposal and recycling of batteries.
If the power on/off button on the Intelligent Flight Battery is disabled and the battery cannot be fully discharged, please contact a professional battery disposal/recycling agent for further assistance.
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Before carrying the Intelligent Flight Battery on an airline flight, it must first be fully discharged. This can be done by using your aircraft until the battery is depleted. Only discharge the battery in a fireproof location.
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Discharge the battery to 40%-65% if it will not be used for 10 days or more. This can greatly extend the battery life.
The battery automatically discharges to below 65% when it is idle for more than 10 days to prevent it from swelling. It takes approximately 3 days to discharge the battery to 65%. It is normal that you may feel moderate heat emitting from the battery during the discharge process. Set the discharging thresholds in the DJI GO app.
The battery will enter hibernation mode if depleted and stored for a long period. When in hibernation mode, if you try to power on the battery, the battery power LED will show a solid red light and the battery level LEDs will all be off. You cannot manually turn off the battery power LED in this state. Leave the battery unattended for 5 minutes, and the light will turn off. Recharge the battery to bring it out of hibernation.
Remove batteries from the aircraft when stored for an extended period.
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Store the Intelligent Flight Battery and remote controller in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to ensure the built-in LiPo battery does not overheat. Recommended storage temperature: between 22 and 28 degrees Celsius for storage periods of more than three months. Never store in environments outside the temperature range of -20 to 45 degrees Celsius.
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Propulsion System
Do not use aged, chipped, or broken propellers.
Always power off the aircraft before touching the propellers.
Beware of the sharp edges on the propellers when mounting or removing the propellers. Wear gloves or take other protective measures when touching the propellers.
Whenever necessary use tools such as a wrench, screwdriver, or pliers to remove or install the propellers.
Ensure the propellers are securely mounted to prevent them from falling off the motors.
Do not turn on the motors when the propellers are mounted and there are other people or animals in the immediate vicinity.
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Ensure the motors are securely mounted and rotating smoothly. Do not attempt to modify the structure of the motors. Do not touch or let your hands or body come in contact with the motors after flight as they may be hot.
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Remove the warning stickers from the motors before attaching the propellers.
Attach the black propeller nuts onto the motors with black dots and spin them counter-clockwise to secure. Attach the silver propeller nuts onto the motors without black dots and spin clockwise to secure.
Ensure the propellers are attached to the correct motors.
Tighten the propellers with both hands before each flight.
Ensure that all propellers are in good condition before each flight. Do not use aged, chipped, or broken propellers.
Stand clear of the motors and do not touch the propellers when they are spinning.
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Put the propeller removal clamp around the motor, and pinch both sides as shown below to hold the motor in place. Then rotate the propeller in the opposite direction of the direction indicated on the motor to loosen it.
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Product Comparison
The Phantom 3 Standard is the most streamlined addition to the Phantom 3 series. It connects to the DJI GO app over Wi-Fi and has a 2.7K video camera. The Phantom 3 Professional and Advanced are equipped with DJI Vision Positioning system, GLONASS in addition to standard GPS, an extended range via DJI Lightbridge, and a remote controller with extended functionality. The Phantom 3 Professional also has a 4K camera. All models use the DJI GO app and the DJI Intelligent Flight Battery and take 12 megapixel photos.
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The Phantom 3 Standard is a significant upgrade over the Phantom 2 Vision and Vision+ with an enhanced camera, fully integrated remote, compatibility with the DJI GO app, updated flight controller, live HD view, and increased flight range.
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You can refer to http://www.dji.com/products/compare-phantom
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Safety tips-Intelligent Battery Use and Maintenance
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