- 1.How do I link the Base Station with the Air System?
First, power on the D-RTK Ground System’s battery in order to power the connected DATALINK PRO Base Station.
Hold the Base Station’s Linking Button for about 3 seconds to enter Linking mode. The Working Status LED will blink red and green while the link is being established.
Power on the D-RTK Air System’s battery in order to power the connected DATALINK PRO Air System.
Hold the Mobile Station’s Linking Button for about 3 seconds and wait for the linking process to start.
The Base Station and Mobile Station will exit Linking mode and established a connection when successfully linked.
- 2.Can one Base Station used with multiple Mobile Stations?
The number of Mobile Station that can be connected to a Base Station differs by mode and region. Toggle the output switch to the COMBO_SW4 position to enter a different mode after linking all the Mobile Stations with the Base Station.
Broadcast Mode: For single to multi-point (up to 32) transmission.
Full Duplex Mode: For point-to-point transmission.
Ground Station Mode: For up to five Air Systems.
- 3.What is the difference between Full Duplex Mode and Broadcast Mode?
Broadcast Mode：The Base Station can communicate with multiple Mobile Stations, but data can only be sent one direction, from Base Station to Mobile Station.
Full Duplex：The Base Station is linked with a single Mobile Station, and data is transferred in both directions between the two stations.
Full Duplex Mode and Broadcast Mode can be set in DJI Assistant 2.
- 4.What are the options for powering the DATALINK PRO?
Connect the standard 8-pin cable or a USB cable to the D-RTK to power the DATALINK PRO.
- 5.What devices does the DATALINK PRO support other than the D-RTK?
Please refer to the Quick Start Guide for other supported devices.
- 6.What will happen if the DATALINK PRO loses signal during flight?
Temporary loss of signal will not affect the use of D-RTK, however, loss of signal over an extended period of time will cause the D-RTK to fail to work normally. Operation can be resumed as before when the signal is being received again.
- 7.Will the DATALINK PRO transmission frequency interfere with the remote controller?
The frequencies used by the datalink are 433MHz and 900MHz, which will not interfere with the controller’s transmission frequencies.