Are you looking for a next level charger to keep your worries away? Scroll down to our full review of the DJI Battery Station – Professional Power Management and resolve any of your charging issues with your drones!
Tired of running out of charging every time? Then it’s time to throw away all your charging problems away because DJI introduced their DJI Battery Station, it is specifically designed for TB50 batteries to ensure every shooting task of professionals with efficiency.
It is designed to provide battery charging, transportation storage and management for batteries. It is compatible with the Ronin 2, Inspire 2 and M200 series and it can charge up to 8 TB50 intelligent flight batteries and other devices like the Inspire 2 remote controller, CrystalSky and DJI Cendence, you can also charge your mobile devices through USB ports.
The storage capacity is about 12 TB50 intelligent batteries, two Cendence or CrystalSky intelligent batteries and one CrystalSky or Cendence battery charging hub.
DJI Battery Station: Full Review
Key Features of DJI Battery Station
- For TB50 intelligent batteries
- Charges up to 8 batteries
- USB ports
- Multiple charging ports
- Built within case with wheels
DJI Battery Station Design and Specifications
DJI Battery Station – Professional Power Management offers a sophisticated design for safety and reliability because safety is considered top priority when handling batteries. It has a built-in cooling fan that dissipates heat during charging.
To prevent battery from overheating an overheating detection keeps an eye on the battery temperature and will quickly alert you if any overheating scenario is detected, in case of overheating the battery station will automatically cancel all charging and discharging procedures to ensure safety.
The material used to construct the battery station is plastic that has USA UL94 V-0 flammability standards. From design to material everything is perfect and reliable.
Check out the full specs of the DJI battery station below:
|Dimensions||484 mm × 226.5 mm × 220 mm|
|Net Weight||7.7 kg|
|Max Internal Load||12 kg|
|Compatible Stored Items||TB50 Intelligent Battery × 12 WB37-4920mAh-7.6V Intelligent Battery × 2 WCH2 Charging Hub × 1 AC Power Cable × 1|
|Input||100-240 V, 50-60 Hz|
|Output||Battery Port: 26.1 V max., 6.75 A max. × 8 Remote Controller Port: 26.1 V max., 4 A max. × 2 USB Port: 5 V, 2 A × 2|
|Operating Temperature||41° to 104° F (5° to 40° C)|
|Charging Time*||TB50 Intelligent Battery: 90 minutes (Normal mode); 35 minutes (Quick mode); 4 hrs 20 minutes (Silent mode) Remote Controller: 2 hrs 24 minutes (GL6D10A); 3 hrs (GL800A) * Charging times are tested in a lab environment at room temperature. These values should be used for reference only.|
What’s inside the box of the DJI Battery Station?
The DJI Battery station comes with
- Battery Station × 1
- AC Power Cable × 1
- Remote Controller Charging Cable × 2
Battery Station Compatibility
Battery station is a flexible device with so many compatibilities to provide you extra functioning time.
- TB50 Intelligent Flight Battery
- CrystalSky Intelligent Battery
- Cendence Intelligent Battery
- CrystalSky Battery Charging Hub
- Cendence Battery Charging Hub
- Inspire 2 Remote Controller
- Ronin 2 Remote Controller
- Matrice 200 Remote Controller
- USB Mobile Device
Multiple Charging Mode
For the extra charging and critical need of battery, DJI battery Station has three charging modes which are normal, quick and silent.
- Normal Mode – In normal mode around eight TB50 intelligent batteries can be charged simultaneously, until all batteries are fully charged.
- Quick Mode – In quick mode the four TB50 intelligent batteries with the highest power level in the same group will be charged to 90% in just 35 minutes, this mode is the best solution in critical need.
- Silent Mode – In silent mode the DJI station charges the batteries with a quieter process making the charging speed lower, this mode is helpful when limited noise is permitted on set.
Quick and Simple Discharging
The DJI battery station is installed with a feature which maintains battery durability. This feature is called the discharge mode which brings batteries to 25% for transportation and 50% for storage. This easy to access feature will definitely improve battery maintenance and increase battery life.
Comprehensive DJI Battery Station Charging
It was kept in mind that DJI Battery Station should always ensure that the equipment is always ready and proves to be efficient in critical need therefore it can charge up to eight TB50 batteries simultaneously and other devices like Inspire 2 controller and WB37 intelligent battery through multiple charging ports and mobile devices via USB ports.
It is also equipped with a display screen which shows the status and information about the attached battery. The latest version can be updated through DJI Assistant 2 which can update up to eight batteries to their most recent firmware versions without needing to be connected to the computer.
It has an excellent storage capacity so you can carry most of your power devices while travelling. It can store up to 12 TB50 intelligent batteries, two WB37 Intelligent batteries and one WCH2 charging hub, the case has wheels which gives you extra flexibility, it will simply keep your shooting schedule up to date without any power shortage.
DJI Battery Station: FAQs
- How many batteries can be charged simultaneously in Normal mode and Quick mode?
In Normal mode, the DJI Battery Station can energize eight TB50 batteries at the same time. In the process if there is a noteworthy distinction of voltage between two vertically adjusted batteries (e.g., in openings A1 and B1; please refer to the TB50 Battery Station User Guide for slot IDs), the Battery Station will charge the lower one first, and afterward charge both together when they are similarly charged.
In Quick mode, the Station can simultaneously charge up to two gatherings (e.g., in slot A1 and A2, just as D1 and D2). It will charge the four TB50 batteries to 90% first, at that point 100% for any batteries that are still inserted.
2. In addition to TB50 batteries, what else can be charged with the Battery Station?
It also contains 20-26V/3A DC out remote controller ports and two 5V/2A USB ports which can charge Cendence, Inspire and Phantom series remote controllers, CrystalSky, Cendence battery charging hub and mobile devices.
Silent mode will lower the speed of the fan, restrict the charging current and turn off the beeper so there’s no operating noise, this mode is best while working in a quiet environment. It is enabled in the menu under the normal mode.
4. Can Silent mode be enabled both in Normal and Quick mode?
Silent mode can be only enabled in normal mode because in quick charging mode a high amount of current is required.
5. If all TB50 batteries reach 90% in Quick mode, will they continue to be fully charged to 100%?
In quick mode the batteries are considered fully charged when they reach 90% and then 100% for any batteries that are still inserted.
6. What information will be shown on the Battery Station screen?
The DJI battery station is equipped with a display screen which shows status about battery voltage, current, temperature and remaining charging time. You can see further battery information by pressing the menu like version, SN number of each battery and the voltage of each battery cell.
7. How can I select the different charging modes?
Simply toggle the option switch to choose between Normal and Quick mode, for the silent mode you can enter the menu page when batteries are charged in normal mode.
8. How can I update the battery firmware version with the DJI Battery Station?
The latest version can be updated through DJI Assistant 2 by simply connecting your computer with the firmware update port via USB cable and by clicking on the battery update button the process of updating will start, it is yet to be released.
9. What’s the difference between discharging batteries to 50% and 25%?
50% is suitable for long-term storage for up to three months. 25% meets airline regulatory compliance, which requires charging levels for batteries including check-in luggage not exceeding 30%. For detailed regulations regarding batteries, please refer to local and federal policies.
10. Can I close the lid of the Battery Station when charging or discharging the batteries?
No, because when the process of discharging or charging is enabled the built-in cooling fan of Battery Station will maintain appropriate temperature so if you close the lid the heat dissipation process will fail causing overheating breakdown so it is recommended that that lid is left open.
11. Is the Battery Station waterproof or dustproof?
The DJI battery station is waterproof and dustproof because when the station is completely locked and sealed it achieves IP67 rating of ingress protection.
DJU Battery Station: Final Takeaway
If I summarize all the main points and features of this amazingly designed product the DJI battery station is by far the best efficient battery managing device with so much compatibility so you can use your device on point.
It will store and charge your devices in dire need with three different modes keeping your shooting schedule up to date and it is designed in a case with wheels attached below so you can easily move out with it storing multiple devices and efficiently managing batteries for any film set, that’s why we can call DJI battery station an all in one tool which gives us the maximum energy output.
Jon is a passionate photographer and videographer who has been flying DJI drones for over 5 years. He loves the freedom and creativity that comes with capturing aerial footage and the unique perspective it provides. Jon is always on the lookout for new locations to explore and capture with his DJI drones. His favorite DJI drone is the Mavic 2 Pro, which he uses to capture stunning 4K footage with its Hasselblad camera. Jon is always eager to share his knowledge and experience with other drone enthusiasts and is a member of several online drone communities. When he’s not flying his DJI drone, Jon enjoys hiking, camping, and spending time with his family.