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battery error

  1. R

    Seeking opinions on firmware versions

    Hi Guys, I'm making a seriously modified Inspire 1 for risky work, basically the jobs that don't merit risking an Inspire 2, over water, rough terrain etc. One reason I'm doing this also is because I was on job last week and every second flight I got hit with distance limits - this whilst...
  2. ByronH

    Thoughts? crash and critically low power @ 38%

    Thoughts on the following? At 9 minutes 37 seconds I received a critically low power warning and aircraft landing warning. Battery percentage was 38%. Did not receive a Low Battery Warning (RTH) prior to this. In 22 seconds following warning: - Inspire dropped approx 160 feet - Battery only...
  3. Queen1944

    WARNING! Check battery records for "Broken Cell" error!

    Summary: I1 fault in app could allow I1 to fly with damaged cell and no warning causing rapid loss of flight time. Details: I bought my I1 June 15, 2015 and installed all the updates stopping short of the winter cold temp update in Dec 2015 because I didn't want to lose the speed. Last month...
  4. Sewon Son

    Did the FW 1.5.03 Fix the batt problem?

    I know it's only been a few days but would like to ask you guys. How many of you guys updated to the newest firmware (FW 1.5.0.3)? If you have, do you think this fixed the recent battery problem? Dropping the voltage 80% -7% or whatever? I have updated mine and fully charged from around 60%...
  5. Icarus 2

    BUG WARNING LATEST UPDATE!!

    Nearly lost my Inspire 1 over water today. Battery showed 65% on take off but after less than 5 mins the controller decided that the power level was critical and wanted to land..over water! Had a sruggle to get it back and not land in the water..the cancel button had no effect either. This has...
  6. M

    Battery error...

    Hi everyone, I was out flying over a river estuary a little before sunset today and had already flown one battery down to 31% with no problems. Landed and switched batteries. I flew out to about 300 meters distance and no higher than 60 - 70 meters and started working my way back following one...