DJI Battery for Phantom 2 and Phantom 2 Vision (White)
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- 5,200 mAh
- 25-28 minutes of run-time on a single charge
- Advanced charging and fail-safe circuitry built-in
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The Phantom 2 Battery for Phantom 2 and Phantom 2 Vision works on the Phantom 2 series of quad copters and features intelligent balanced charging circuitry built-in. With 5,200 mAh of power you can expect flights of 25-28 minutes on a single charge. With the built-in power gauge you'll always know how much charge is remaining at the touch of a button.
Top Customer Reviews
I never have kept my batteries charged, and have kept them at around 50% unless I was flying them the next day. I would commonly charge them the day off..
Even so, my experience is that they don't last long, and I have read they are good for maybe 50 uses from reputable sources. I have 31 flights on my one battery, and it is already down to 92%. You really should be REAL careful about flying a battery that has less than 90% capacity. Even 89% is a no no.
Don't believe me? Watch Micbergsma on youtubes video of his battery failure of a battery that has 33 flights on it, and 89%. It is up in the air for 25 seconds, and he gets the red flashing low battery warning, and auto land...
Brand new batteries don't get hot when you fly them. You can tell your battery is starting to age(in addition to locking at the status on the Phantom assistant software) by seeing if it gets hot when you fly the quad.
DJI is making money hand over fist on these! Think about it. If a new battery cost 129.00 and is good for MAYBE 50 flights, that is 2.58 per 12 minute flight! It would be cheaper to take a drive in the car, and burn the gas.....
I say 12 minutes, because that is the longest I fly my quad. I fly it until it reaches 50% charge.
I don't mind paying 129.00 per battery, but that price for a battery that only lasts maybe 50 flights is ridiculous!
PS. I have lots of experience with Lipos. I have two other quads, and 5 batteries. In addition to all my other electronics..
I would go as far as to say that the battery I received was counterfeit. It was clearly designed to look identical to the real thing, and thus intentionally misleading to consumers. Upon closer inspection, the most notable difference is that the actual battery cells appear to be slightly smaller, and are not very well secured inside the plastic cage. That is, the block of battery cells can slide forward and back about 1/4" relative to the battery case, presumably resisted only by the solder connections. There's no way that DJI's quality control would release a battery like that for a high vibration, mission critical application like this. I suspect that even IF the battery worked, it wouldn't work for very long, and would likely fail during a flight.
After owning these for awhile, they all fail after 25+ charges.
These batteries have a 100% failure rate, even charged fully.
The batteries get charged fully, launch the quadcopter, and then the voltage drops and the vehicle makes an emergency landing.