Before you fly your DJI Mavic 2 in a new location, it's important to ensure your aircraft has been calibrated correctly.
Calibrating the DJI Mavic 2 enables you to fly safely, track GPS efficiently and connect seamlessly with the aircraft.
The DJI Mavic 2 takes a matter of moments to calibrate. This is how you do it.
How to Calibrate IMU on the DJI Mavic 2
- Install Latest Version of DJI GO 4.
It's essential you have the latest version of DJI GO 4 App installed on the device you are using to fly the DJI Mavic 2.
- Ensure Battery is Higher Than 50%.
The batteries must be charged higher than 50% to effectively calibrate the aircraft.
- Turn On Remote Controller.
Press and hold the Power button located at the top right of the remote controller.
- Turn On Mavic 2.
Press and hold the Power button located at the top of the aircraft's battery.
- Ensure the Surface is Level.
A flat surface is required during calibration.
- Go to Flight Control Settings.
Flight Control Settings can be found in the Settings menu.
- Select Advanced Settings.
Proceed to Advanced Settings and click.
- Choose Sensor.
Once in Advanced Settings go to Sensors.
- Tap Calibrate IMU.
Scroll down to Calibrate IMU and select.
- Follow the Calibration Sequence.
After clicking Calibrate IMU, directions on how to calibrate your DJI Mavic 2 will appear. Follow these steps.
- Calibration is Complete.
After calibrating your DJI Mavic 2, you are ready to fly.
When you change flying locations the DJI Mavic 2 may require you to re-calibrate the aircraft. Simply repeat these steps to re-calibrate your aircraft.
If you need any advice or support whilst calibrating you DJI Mavic 2 give us a call or email!