How-To'sInformationDJI Mavic System And Battery Lights Reference Cards written by 9to5dji 7th October 2016 Here are reference cards for the system and battery lights on a DJI Mavic.Related batery charging ledbattery error ledbattery level ledbattery protection leddjimavicsystem lights 5 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest9to5dji previous post DJI Mavic “Standard” Coming this November? next post DJI Assistant 2 v1.0.6 You may also like DJI Rewarding Early Adopters 5th April 2016Osmo 4k 4096×2160 Issue Demo 14th November 2015 Osmo 2 Spotted… 11th March 2016 New DJI GO App 2.4.2 – IOS 25th November 2015Hands-On with DJI’s Phantom 4 Quadcopter Drone! 1st March 2016 Some new Osmo and Osmo+ Accessories 22nd September 2016 Best Memory Cards for the Phantom 4 2nd March 2016 DJI AeroScope – Drone Identification and Monitoring System 14th October 2017 Remember to get ND filters 18th December 2015 DJI Release Dates 16th February 20165 comments Greg 12th August 2017 - 08:11I have a battery which has the two middle LED lights blinking once every 13 seconds. The battery won’t charge and pressing the indicator button does not do anything. Any idea what that means? Reply Ryan Moore 27th April 2018 - 23:20The fewer green lights I see, the ***MORE*** charged it is?? This is literally the stupidest thing I have ever seen. Reply Ryan Moore 27th April 2018 - 23:25OOOOOOOHHH I see the chart is sideways. Wow they could not have made this more confusing if they tried. Reply Ryan Moore 28th April 2018 - 01:21Ok sorry for so many comments, but I’m going to try to clear this up for anyone else who comes here as frustrated as I was.1) Don;’t overthink the charging lights. A sane person would’ve drawn that chart as just a straight diagonal line– more LEDs on = more charge. 2) For some reason it is possible to turn the batteries on when they’re not connected to the drone, I guess just in case you want to drain a battery for absolutely no reason at all. So when testing charge be careful to just press once, don’t do the DJI “short press/long press” or you will turn it on. 3) Sometimes, like me, you just get a dead one. I have a battery that will not take a charge or turn on but, bizarrely, it still flashes the first LED as if it were charging, and when I do “short press/long press” it flashes all LEDs, giving the false impression it’s doing something, when it isn’t, because it’s dead. Reply Chris P. 27th June 2018 - 04:39The battery of the Mavic just has 4 LED lights and your graphic shows that it is “empty” if 8 out of 9 (LED) lights are green….!??? SERIOUSLY? -_- Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.