Diagonal Wheelbase 650 mm
Weight (with TB47D battery)2355 g
Weight (with TB48D battery)2431 g
Max. Takeoff Weight3600 g
Expansion Bay Weight45 g
Battery Compartment Weight160 g
Zenmuse X3 Gimbal with Camera Weight247 g

Propulsion System

Motor ModelDJI 3510
Propeller ModelDJI 1345s


Operating Temperature-10°C to 40°C


Voltage Output26.3 V
Power Rating100 W

Battery (Optional)

NameIntelligent Flight Battery
Capacity5700 mAh
Voltage22.8 V
TypeLiPo 6S
Energy129.96 Wh
Net Weight676 g
Operating Temperature-10°C to 40°C
Storage Temperature
  • <3 months: -20° to 45°C
  • >3 months: 22° to 28°C
Charging Temperature0°C to 40°C
Max. Charging Power180 W


Hovering Accuracy (P-Mode With GPS)Vertical: 0.5 m, Horizontal: 2.5 m
Max. Angular VelocityPitch: 300°/s, Yaw: 150°/s
Max. Tilt Angle35°
Max. Speed of Ascent5 m/s
Max. Speed of Descent4 m/s
Max. Wind Resistance10 m/s
Max. Speed
  • 22 m/s (ATTI mode, no payload, no wind)
  • 17 m/s (GPS mode, no payload, no wind)
Hovering Time (with TB47D battery)No payload: 22 min; 500g payload: 17 min;1kg payload: 13 min
Hovering Time (with TB48D battery)No payload: 28 min; 500g payload: 20 min;1kg payload: 16 min
Hovering Time (with two TB47D batteries)No payload: 33 min
Hovering Time (with two TB48D battery)No payload: 40 min
Hovering Time (with TB47D battery and Zenmuse X3)No payload: 19 min
Hovering Time (with TB48D battery and Zenmuse X3)No payload: 23 min

Flight Control System


Remote Controller

Operating Frequency
  • 5.725~5.825 GHz
  • 922.7MHz~927.7 MHz (Japan)
  • 2.400~2.483 GHz (Lightbridge)
Transmission Distance (unobstructed, free of interference)
  • CE: 3.5 km
  • FCC: 5 km
  • 10dBm@900M
  • 13dBm@5.8G
  • 20dBm@2.4G
Video OutputUSB, Mini-HDMI
Power SupplyBuilt-in battery
ChargerDJI approved charger
Dual Users CapabilityMaster-and-Slave control
Mobile Device HolderSupports smartphones and tablets
Output Power9 W
Operating Temperature-10°C to 40°C
Storage Temperature
  • <3 months: -20°C to 45°C
  • >3 months: 22°C to 28°C
Charging Temperature0°C to 40°C
Battery6000 mAh LiPo 2S
Max Mobile Device Width170mm

Battery (Standard)

NameIntelligent Flight Battery
Capacity4500 mAh
Voltage22.2 V
TypeLiPo 6S
Energy99.9 Wh
Net Weight600 g
Operating Temperature-10°C to 40°C
Storage Temperature
  • <3 months: -20°C to 45°C
  • >3 months: 22°C to 28°C
Charging Temperature0°C to 40°C
Max. Charging Power180 W
Installation Demonstration
Installation Demonstration
Installing the Guidance System
Installing the Guidance System
Mounting Optional Accessories
Mounting Optional Accessories


  • Firmware Update Package (Zenmuse Z3) v.
  • Firmware Update Package (Zenmuse X5) v.
  • Firmware Update Package (Zenmuse X3) v.
  • Firmware Update Package (Zenmuse X5) v.
  • Firmware Update Package (Zenmuse X3) v.
  • How to Update Firmware
  • Zenmuse Z30 Firmware
  • Firmware Update Package (Zenmuse XT) V01.31.00.60


  • M100 Release Notes
  • User Manual V1.6
  • In the Box
  • M100 CAD File v1.0
  • Disclaimer and Safety Guidelines v1.6
  • Intelligent Flight Battery Safety Guidelines v1.0
  • N1 Video Encoder User Manual
  • DJI M100-Zenmuse X5 Series Gimbal Installation Kit


    iOS Version v3.1.62.
    Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus,iPod touch 6,iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 4, and iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi + Cellular. This app is optimized for iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus.
    Android Version v3.1.59.
    Requires Android 4.4 or later.Compatible with LG V20, VIVO X9, OPPO R11, Google Pixel, Nexus 6P, Huawei P9, Huawei MATE 9, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, MI 6, MI5.

    *Support for additional Android devices available as testing and development continues.


  • DJI Assistant 2
This issue is mainly caused by the barometer. The barometer is used for maintaining height, but a deviations may occur due to the barometer’s accuracy.
The barometer may encounter interference from airflow disturbances caused by the propellers rotating.
Also, barometer performance may be affected by environmental conditions, such as high winds and the abnormal airflows between buildings.
To maintain a constant altitude in a variety of situations, additional sensors need to be used, such as vision sensors and ultrasonic sensors.
Yes, the Matrice 100 is built with dual battery compartments. Thus allowing you to mount an extra TB48D battery to achieve a maximum flight time of 40 minutes.
To ensure the system does not send out warnings when using two batteries, you must first power on the one connected to the main controller (the main battery) first, and then power on the other one (the secondary battery). When turning off two batteries, check if their battery levels are the same. If so, please turn off the main battery first and then the secondary battery. If the battery levels are different, turn off the one with the higher battery level before turning off the other one. If just one battery is being used, please pull the XT 60 cable out of the empty battery compartment to avoid short circuiting.
No. The A2 just contains one GPS module, while the GPS used in Matrice 100 is the updated version of A2’s. The A2’s GPS can be used on the Matrice 100 , We don’t suggest you to do so.
Yes, you can mount the battery compartments onto either the bottom central board or the upper central board. To do this; place the battery compartments so that the battery terminals are pointing to the aircraft tail, and use four M2.5x5 screws to secure them onto the extension bar. Tune the aircraft’s center of gravity by adjusting the position of the compartments. To ensure the cables are not being pushed by any compartments onto the central board, pull the cables through the reserved cable hole on the upper board.
Connect one end of the 10 pin gimbal cable to the 10 pin port on the flight controller. Connect the other end to the 10 pin port on the gimbal lock. Follow the same steps when connecting the 8 pin gimbal cable.
The DJI official website has published a list of global restricted flying zones. For more information please visit Users are not allowed to unlock the restricted zones by themselves.
Firmware updates, SDK settings and more.
The obstacle avoidance range includes the obstacle sensing range and the brake distance. The obstacle sensing range is 0.2 m to 20 m which is determined by an algorithm set within Guidance according to the real-time flight speed and cannot be adjusted manually. The brake distance is 2 meters by default, and can be adjusted with the DJI Assistant 2 app.
Yes. When the obstacle avoidance function is activated, the maximum flight speed of the M100 is automatically reduced to 7 m/s by default. You can change this max flight speed with the DJI Assistant 2 app if need be. Note that the flight performance of the M100 is the same as the Inspire 1’s when the obstacle avoidance function is not activated. (Refer to the Inspire 1 specs page for more information.)
Check that the XT 60 power cable is well connected to the battery compartment and the central board; Check if the ESC cables are well connected to all the motors; Upgrade the ESC firmware again.
No. However, you can mount the Zenmuse X3 onto the Matrice 100, or mount the Zenmuse X5 series onto the Matrice 100 using X5 adapters.
The Matrice 100 adopts the custom E800 propulsion system. No, I cannot mount the DJI E800 (which is the separately sold E800 kit) on to the Matrice 100.
For each XT 30 or XT 60 port, the voltage output range is 20-26.1 V, and the maximum current output is 10 A. Note: The total current output of all the XT 30 and XT 60 ports cannot exceed 10 A.
Yes. XT 30, XT 60, GPS CAN, CAN1, and UART ports can be found on both sides of the central board. You can connect your devices to the relevant ports.
Currently, Guidance is only compatible with the DJI N1 flight controller, and not compatible with third-party flight controllers.
This problem is caused by the barometer; the barometer is an important sensor used to detect flight altitude. There are a few reasons why the barometer may not function accurately. It could just be defect in the barometer precision that causes an error when detecting flight altitude. It could also be that the rotation of the propellers causes air turbulence that interferes with the barometer’s proper functioning. Additionally, the environment’s complex air flow (for example heavy winds or the air flow between buildings) can also impact the barometer’s sensors.
The Matrice 100 comes with a center frame, remote controller, battery, battery charger, GPS, extension frame accessory pack, and propellers in the box. You will need to purchase Guidance, Guidance installation fittings, gimbal accessories, and a gimbal separately.
The N1 flight controller.
An HD video transmission system is built into the Matrice 100 remote controller. Both the image quality of live video feedback and transmission reliability are greatly enhanced. The maximum transmission range is up to 5 km.
Yes. Both aircraft carry the Zenmuse X3.
The capacity of the standard Matrice 100 battery is 4500 mAh with a battery voltage of 22.2 V. It has a maximum flight time of 25 minutes. The locking structure of the Inspire 1 battery is different from that of the Matrice 100’s, so the Inspire 1 battery cannot be used on the Matrice 100.
Yes, the Matrice 100’s landing gears can absorb shocks. They can bear the impact force of a 3 kg aircraft during landing.
The aircraft will take off and hover at 1.5 m above the ground.
3 km.