DJI Dock is compatible with the M30 series (Dock version).
The M30 series (Dock version) includes two versions: the M30 (Dock version) (its gimbal and camera have three sensors: wide-angle camera, zoom camera, laser range finder) and the M30T (Dock version) (its gimbal and camera have four sensors: wide-angle camera, zoom camera, laser range finder, thermal imaging camera).
The M30 series (Dock version) is equipped with a charging interface and charging management module at the landing gear.
Yes. The M30 series (Dock version) can be controlled after linking the DJI RC Plus remote controller (RC) to the aircraft.
DJI Dock uses OcuSync 3 (O3) Enterprise image transmission, and supports 4G transmission links.
Note: 4G image transmission is not available in some countries/regions.
Use a standard RJ45 network port, or install a DJI Cellular Module to access the network.
For better user experience, it’s recommended that the upload and download rate of network bandwidth be no less than 10Mbps.
1. Fix DJI Dock on a flat, level surface;
2. Connect the cables to DJI Dock after it is fixed, connect DJI Dock to the network using a network cable or installed DJI Cellular Module;
3. Quickly configure DJI Dock using the DJI RC Plus remote controller (RC).
The shortest interval between two flights is 25 minutes.
Notes: This is if the ambient temperature is 25°C (77°F), and the aircraft battery is charged from 10% to 90%. As the temperature rises, the time required for the battery to cool down will increase and the interval between flights will increase.
No, DJI Dock has a built-in RTK station.
No, DJI Dock has a built-in integrated weather station that can monitor wind speed, rainfall and temperature.
Yes, DJI Dock supports this function.
Supported. DJI Dock fully supports application protocols, such as plan distribution, media transmission, real-time reporting of device information, and remote debugging, via an API interface, to meet users’ development demands for customized cloud management systems. Supports access to a variety of network environments for easy privatized deployment.