DJI Mavic Air 2 Drone User Manual

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Here’s the full instructions manual for DJI Mavic Air 2 Drone.

Using this Manual:

  • Legend
  • Read Before the First Flight
  • Video Tutorials
  • Download the DJI Fly App
  • Download the DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic

Product Profile:

  • Introduction

DJI Mavic Air 2 features both an infrared Sensing System and a Forward, Backward, and Downward Vision System allowing for hovering, flying indoors as well as outdoors, and automatic return to home. The aircraft and camera can easily be controlled using the onboard buttons

  • Preparing the Aircraft
  • Preparing the Remote Controller
DJI Mavic Air 2 Drone User Manual
  • Aircraft Diagram
DJI Mavic Air 2 Drone
  • Remote Controller Diagram
  • Activating Mavic Air 2

Prior to initial use, Mavic Air 2 has to be activated. After turning on the aircraft and remote control, activate Mavic Air 2 with DJI Fly by following the on-screen instructions. For activation, an internet connection is necessary.

Aircraft:

A flight controller, a propulsion system, a vision system, an infrared sensor system, a video downlink system, and an intelligent flight battery are all included in the Mavic Air 2.

  • Flight Modes

The Mavic Air 2 has three flight modes in addition to a fourth that the aircraft can switch to in certain circumstances. The flight mode switch on the remote controller can be used to change flying modes.

  • Aircraft Status Indicator

Mavic Air 2 incorporates front LEDs and indicators for the status of the aircraft. When the aircraft is turned on, the front LEDs identify the aircraft’s orientation and flash a solid red to denote the front of the aircraft. The status of the flight control system is communicated by the aircraft status indicators.

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  • Return-to-home(RTH)
  • Vision System and Infrared Sensing System

The Mavic Air 2 has a forward, backward, and downward vision system in addition to an infrared sensing system.

Each of the four vision systems forward, backward, downward, and infrared has two cameras, and the infrared sensing system has two 3D infrared modules.

Additionally, the aircraft’s auxiliary bottom light, which is placed on the bottom, enhances visibility for the downward vision system in low light.

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  • Intelligent Flight Mode
  • Flight Recorder

Flight data including flight telemetry, aircraft status information and other parameters are auto-flight information, including as telemetry data, aircraft status data, and other characteristics, and are automatically stored to the aircraft’s internal data recorder. DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic can be used to access the information.

  • Propellers

There are two different kinds of Mavic air 2 Low-Noise Quick-Release Propellers, each of which is made to spin in a different way.

The propellers that should go with particular motors are designated with marks. As directed, make sure the motor and propellers are compatible.

  • Intelligent Flight Battery
  • Gimbal and Camera

The Mavic Air 2’s three-axis gimbal stabilises the camera, enabling you to take crystal-clear pictures and videos.

To adjust the camera’s tilt, turn the gimbal dial on the remote controller. Alternately, open DJI fly and select the camera view.

Remote Controller:

  • Remote Controller Profile

DJI’s long-range transmission technology is included into the remote controller. The onboard buttons allow you to easily manage the aeroplane and camera, and the detachable control sticks make it simple to stow the remote controller.


The internal battery has a 5200 mAH capacity and a maximum runtime of 6 hours. The mobile device with a charging capability is charged via the remote control. Android devices are charged automatically via the remote control.

  • Using the Remote Controller
  • Linking the Remote Controller

DJI Fly App:

  • Home
  • Camera View

Flight:

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Once the pre-flight preparation is over, it is advised to practise safe flying techniques and refine your flight skills. Ensure that every flight takes place in a public space.

For details about utilising the remote controller and the app to control the airship, consult the pages on DJI Fly and the remote controller, respectively.

  • Flight Environment Requirements
  • Flight Limits and GEO Zones

On the DJI website, a list of all GEO zones is available. Airports, areas where piloted aircraft operate at low altitudes, international boundaries, and sensitive sites like power plants are among the locations that fall under the many types of GEO zones.

  • Pre-flight Checklist
  • Auto Takeoff/Landing
  • Starting/Stopping the Motors
  • Flight Test

Appendix:

  • Specifications
  • Calibrating the Compass
  • Firmware Update
  • After-Sales Information

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