Below are some questions and answers that you may find helpful as you consider purchasing the DJI Matrice 600 Pro. Please feel free to contact us if you have additional questions.
No. When connecting to DJI Assistant 2, the aircraft will recognize the correct firmware and update it accordingly.
They can be used on the M600 but not the S1000+. If redundant IMUs on the M600 use vibration damping balls, then vibration damping balls should also be added to the A3 Flight Controller, ensuring performance is not compromised.
The M600 Pro is equipped with a new 2170R propeller that increases overall efficiency and stability during flight. It is also equipped with the A3 Pro flight controller, enhancing precision control while improving overall safety. Vibration damping balls have been added to the A3 flight controller’s redundant IMUs, absorbing more shake and reducing more noise.
No. When folded, the M600 Pro is smaller in size than the M600.
Yes. You will need to attach the M600 Pro’s arms and quick-release landing gear to the M600 and install two A3 Upgrade Kits.
DJI GO will state ‘IMU data error’ when barometers are normal but are at risk of being disturbed by airflow (likely when the aircraft is maneuvering or braking at speed). The ‘IMU data error’ warning will stop when the risk of airflow disturbance lowers.
Yes, they both use the same controllers and batteries.
Please connect the M600 Pro to DJI GO and choose ‘unlock landing gear’ to resolve the issue.
No. However, the M600 Pro’s battery is compatible with the Inspire 1’s battery heater and insulation sticker, which is designed to keep the battery within the temperature range.