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The DJI Matrice 200 Series TB50 Intelligent Flight Battery (4280 mAh/22.8V) has been specially designed by DJI for the all new Matrice 200 Series drone. This battery features built-in sensors along with bright LEDs that tell you the status and remaining power of your battery in real time. Extra batteries are very handy to have on hand so you can extend your time in the air to ensure that the job will always get done.
The DJI Matrice 200 Series Intelligent Flight Battery can be charged using either the standard TB50 Inspire Series Battery Charger, Charging Hub, or the Car Charger.
We typically advise a total of 6 flight ready batteries for the Matrice. That way you can create a recharge cycle where having expended the first set of batteries, they should already be ready to go by the time you’re finished with your third set.
Yes, you may take DJI Matrice Batteries on an airplane. In the United States, the TSA allows lithium ion batteries that are under 100 watt hours to be brought aboard an airplane. However, any spare batteries (not installed in the Matice) must be carried on the airplane and not put in your carry-on. The only time a lithium ion battery can be put in your checked luggage is if it is installed in the drone. You may carry-on as many Matrice batteries as you desire. It is highly recommended to protect the batteries from a short circuit. This can be done by taping over the connection terminals to ensure no metal objects could cause a short circuit. When proceeding through TSA it is advised to remove all batteries from your bag and place them in their own bin to be sent through the x-ray. If you plan on traveling often with your Mavic Pro Drone we may advise that you print off a copy of the TSA regulations in case you run into any trouble. Battery regulations can be found on the TSA website here. Battery regulations are always changing so be sure to check back with the FAA every few months. Safe travels!