methods to charge mavic air remote

A lot of questions have been asked on this very topic with little to no answers. This tutorial will simply direct you with steps on how to charge mavic air remote controller.

Mavic Air is a high tech drone built to capture your amazing and breath taking adventures. It’s equipped with a 3-axis gimbal camera set in a triangular formation and it can merge up to 25 photos to become one, giving you a broader and crystal-clear picture.

In addition to that, Mavic Air drone is spiced up to shoot video at an incredible 4K 30 fps, recording at 100 Mbps to capture every second with UHD quality. It can also record all your high-speed adventures with the support for recording 1080p 120 fps slow-motion videos.

Mavic Air is dignified with 8 GB Internal Storage, HDR algorithms which helps you obtain the right exposure settings intelligently, according to lighting conditions.
Without further DJI mavic air drone description, lets learn how to put power in mavic air remote controller.

How To Charge Mavic Air Remote

There are basically two ways to charge this remote controller and they make use of the square shaped micro USB port at the side of the remote. To use this micro USB port, you need a standard micro USB cable which is definitely not square shaped at one end. It should be exactly the same as the one shown below.

usb cable for mavic air controller

Step 1. Connect the USB cable to the USB port on the mavic air to make a secure lock sound.

Step 2. Connect the free side of the USB cable to your computer or USB battery to charge for two and half hours if you are charging from 0 percent to 100 percent.

The other method of charging your Mavic Air controller is to use the supplied remote controller charger that comes with your mavic drone. The charger has a USB cable attached to its side which is plugged directly to the remote controller.

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