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DJI Matrice 300 RTK


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    MATRICE 300 RTK​



    A New Standard for the Commercial Drone Industry

    A New Word in the Production of Industrial Drones

    The Matrice 300 RTK is DJI’s latest commercial drone platform that takes inspiration from modern aviation systems. Offering up to 55 minutes of flight time, advanced AI capabilities, 6 Directional Sensing & Positioning and more, the M300 RTK sets a whole new standard by combining intelligence with high-performance and unrivaled reliability.

    Enhanced Flight Performance

    Industrial drones must have a powerful power plant and a durable body. The refined airframe and propulsion system of Matrice 300 RTK design gives you a more efficient and stable flight, even in harsh conditions. Drone flight time is now 55 minutes at maximum. The device can rise to a height of up to 7 km with a take-off speed of up to 23 m / s.

    Enhanced Communication System

    In addition to the power plant, DJI has completely updated the industrial version of the OcuSync system. It now provides data transmission up to 15 km and supports three-channel 1080p video transmission (three channels can only be used when two operators with two consoles). At the same time, a high level of security during data transmission is maintained thanks to the AES-256 encryption system.

    Payload Installation Flexibility

    Owners of the M300 RTK have no problem how to tailor their drone to their flight mission. The design of the drone provides for the installation of up to three cameras in the lower and upper planes. And the total maximum payload weight can be up to 2.7 kg. All this allows you to flexibly respond to newly emerging tasks or complex cases.

    Multiple Payload Configurations

    You can mount two gimbals below the chassis and one gimbal above the Matrice 300 RTK chassis.

    Single Payload

    In most not only standard, but also unique situations, one gimbal with a camera or other device is enough. All of these can be mounted underneath the Matrice 300 RTK.

    Triple Payload

    This payload option provides the most versatile Matrice 300 RTK payload options, as you can mount three devices at once: one upstairs and two downstairs.

    Smart Inspection

    Now it is even easier, more efficient and cheaper to carry out inspections of various industrial facilities and infrastructure. To do this, you can use the full potential and intelligence of the Matrice 300 RTK.

    Live Mission Recording

    Record mission actions such as aircraft movement, gimbal orientation, photo shooting, and zoom level to create sample mission files for future automated inspections.

    AI Spot-Check

    Automate routine inspections and capture consistent results every time. Onboard AI recognizes the subject of interest and identifies it in subsequent automated missions to ensure consistent framing.

    Waypoints 2.0

    Create up to 65,535 waypoints and set multiple actions for one or more payloads, including 3rd party ones, at each waypoint. Flightpath planning is also optimized to maximize flexibility and efficiency for your missions.

    Smart Pin & Track

    Smart PinPoint and Smart Track features help users solve complex problems more efficiently. Please note that the mentioned smart modes are only supported by the aircraft if it is equipped with a payload in the form of one of the Zenmuse H20 series cameras.


    Mark an object in camera or map view with a quick tap, and advanced sensor fusion algorithms will immediately calculate its coordinates, which are projected to all camera views as an AR icon. The location of the subject is automatically shared with another remote controller, or to online platforms such as DJI FlightHub.

    Smart Track

    Identify and follow moving subjects like people, vehicles, and boats with the Smart Track function, where auto-zoom is applied for steady tracking and viewing. The subject’s dynamic location is continuously acquired and shared to another remote controller or to DJI FlightHub.

    Demonstration on Multiple Displays

    The “Location Sharing” function, when PinPoint or SmartTrack mode is running, allows you to show the location of an object from the drone’s camera on multiple displays. Remote controls of several operators or means of displaying visual information can be used as displays. In the latter case, the operation is performed using online platforms such as DJI FlightHub.

    Advanced Dual Control

    Either operator can now obtain control of the aircraft or payload with a single tap. This creates new possibilities for mission strategies as well as higher flexibility during operations.

    A Powerful Vision System You Can Rely On

    To enhance in-flight safety and aircraft stability, dual-vision and ToF sensors appear on all six sides of the aircraft, offering a maximum detection range of up to 40 m, with options to customize the aircraft’s sensing behavior via the DJI Pilot App. Even in complex operating environments, this 6 Directional Sensing and Positioning system helps keep the aircraft and the mission safe.

    Professional Maintenance for Your Drone Fleet

    The new integrated Health Management System displays the current status of all systems, notification logs, and a preliminary troubleshooting guide. Also in the system are the aircraft’s flight logs, duration, and mileage throughout its entire lifecycle, and tips on aircraft care and maintenance.

    Redundancy Systems for Safer Flights

    The M300 RTK’s built-in advanced redundancy systems help keep your critical missions going even in unexpected scenarios.


    Dimensions Unfolded, propellers excluded, 810×670×430 mm (L×W×H)
    Folded, propellers included, 430×420×430 mm (L×W×H)
    Diagonal Length 895 mm
    Weight (with single downward gimbal) Approx. 3.6 kg (without batteries)
    Approx. 6.3 kg (with two TB60 batteries)
    Max Payload 2,7 kg
    Max Takeoff Weight 9 kg
    Operation Frequency 2,4000-2,4835 GHz
    EIRP 2.4000-2.4835 GHz:
    29.5 dBm (FCC); 18.5dBm (CE)
    18.5 dBm (SRRC); 18.5dBm (MIC)
    Hovering Accuracy (P-mode with GPS) Vertical:
    ±0.1 m (Vision System enabled)
    ±0.5 m (GPS enabled)
    ±0.1 m (RTK enabled)
    ±0.3 m (Vision System enabled)
    ±1.5 m (GPS enabled)
    ±0.1 m (RTK enabled)
    RTK Positioning Accuracy When RTK enabled and fixed:
    1 cm+1 ppm (Horizontal)
    1.5 cm + 1 ppm (Vertical)
    Max Angular Velocity Pitch: 300°/s, Yaw: 100°/s
    Max Tilt Angle 30° (P-mode, Forward Vision System enabled: 25°)
    Max Ascent Speed S mode: 6 m/s
    P mode:5 m/s
    Max Descent Speed (vertical) S mode: 5 m/s
    P mode:3 m/s
    Max Descent Speed (tilt) S Mode: 7 m/s
    Max Speed S mode: 23 m/s
    P mode:17 m/s
    Service Ceiling Above Sea Level 5000 m (with 2110 propellers, takeoff weight ≤ 7 kg)
    7000 m (with 2195 propellers, takeoff weight ≤ 7 kg)
    Max Wind Speed Resistance 15 m/s
    Max Flight Time 55 min.
    Supported DJI Gimbals Zenmuse XT2 /XT S /Z30 /H20 /H20T /P1 /L1
    Supported Gimbal Configurations Single Downward Gimbal,
    Dual Downward Gimbals,
    Single Upward Gimbal,
    Upward and Downward Gimbals,
    Triple Gimbals
    Ingress Protection Rating IP45
    GNSS GPS + GLONASS + BeiDou + Galileo
    Operating Temperature -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122° F)


    Name TB60
    Capacity 5935 mAh
    Voltage 52,8 V
    Battery Type LiPo 12S
    Energy 274 Wh
    Net Weight Approx. 1.35 kg
    Operating Temperature -4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C)
    Ideal storage temperature 71.6°F to 86°F (22°C to 30°C)
    Charging Temperature Range -4°F to 104°F (-20°C to 40°C)
    (When the temperature is lower than 5°C, the self-heating function will be automatically enabled.
    Charging in a low temperature may shorten the lifetime of the battery)
    Charging Time Using BS60 Intelligent Battery Station:
    220V input: 60 minutes (fully charging two TB60 batteries),
    30 minutes (charging two TB60 batteries from 20% to 90%)
    110V input: 70 minutes (fully charging two TB60 batteries), 40 minutes (charging two TB60 batteries from 20% to 90%)


    Operation Frequency 2,4000-2,4835 GHz
    Max Transmitting Distance (unobstructed, free of interference) NCC/FCC:15 km
    CE/MIC:8 km
    SRRC:8 km
    EIRP 2.4000-2.4835 GHz:
    29.5 dBm (FCC) 18.5dBm (CE)
    18.5 dBm (SRRC); 18.5dBm (MIC)
    External battery Name: WB37 Intelligent Battery
    Capacity: 4920 mAh
    Voltage: 7.6V
    Type: LiPo
    Energy: 37.39Wh
    Charging time (using BS60 Intelligent Battery Station):
    70 minutes (15°C to 45°C); 130 minutes (0°C to 15°C)
    Built-in Battery Type: 18650 lithium ion battery (5000 mAh @ 7.2 V)
    Charging: Use a USB charger with specification of 12V / 2A
    Rated power: 17 W
    Charging time: 2 hours and 15 minutes (Using a USB charger with specification of 12V / 2A)
    Battery Life Built-in battery: Approx. 2.5h | Built-in battery+External battery: Approx. 4.5h
    USB Power Supply 5 V / 1.5 A
    Operating Temperature -20°C to 40°C (-4 °F to 104 °F)


    Obstacle Sensing Range Forward/Backward/Left/Right: 0.7-40m
    Upward/Downward: 0.6-30m
    FOV Forward/Backward/Downward: 65° (H), 50° (V)
    Left/Right/Upward: 75°(H), 60°(V)
    Operating Environment Surfaces with clear patterns and adequate lighting (>15 lux)


    Obstacle Sensing Range 0.1-8m
    FOV 30°(±15°)
    Operating Environment Large, diffuse and reflective obstacles (reflectivity >10%)


    Effective lighting distance 5m


    Resolution 960p
    FOV 145°
    Frame Rate 30fps


    Dimensions 501 × 403 × 252 mm
    Net Weight 8,37 kg
    Max Capacity TB60 Intelligent Flight Battery × 8
    WB37 Intelligent Battery × 4
    Input 100-120 VAC, 50-60 Hz / 220-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz
    Max Input Power 1070 W
    Max Output Power 100-120 V: 750 W
    220-240 V: 992 W
    Operating Temperature -4°F to 104°F (-20°C to 40°C)
    All specifications are obtained in laboratory conditions and can only be used as reference data.

    Matrice 300 RTK × 1

    DJI Smart Controller Enterprise × 1

    USB Charger × 1

    USB-C Cable × 1

    WB37 Intelligent Battery × 1

    2110 Propeller (CW) (pair) × 1

    2110 Propeller (CCW) (pair) × 1

    Landing Gear × 2

    Spare Stick Cover (pair) × 1

    Spare Propeller Holder × 2

    Spare Gimbal Damper × 4

    USB Cable (with Double A Ports) × 1

    Vision System Calibration Plate × 1

    Carrying Case × 1

    Smart Controller Lanyard*** × 1

    Rubber Port Cover (Set) × 1

    Screws and Tools × 1

    Power cable* × 1


    1. Can the downward single gimbal connector be replaced with a dual gimbal connector?

    Such a possibility exists. To ensure safety, before replacing the gimbal connector, it is recommended to power off the aircraft and remove the TB60 Intelligent Flight Batteries.

    2. What is the ingress protection rating of the M300 RTK? Can I fly in the rain?

    The Matrice 300 RTK has a protection rating of IP45. However, the protection rating is not permanently effective and may decrease due to wear and tear. Do not fly in rain heavier than 100mm/24h.

    3. Which propellers come with the M300 RTK?

    The M300 RTK comes with standard 2110 propellers. You could also use the 2195 high altitude low noise propellers.


    1. How long does it take to fully charge two TB60 Intelligent Flight Batteries?

    With 220V power supply: It takes about 60 minutes to fully charge two TB60 Intelligent Flight Batteries; and about 30 minutes to charge them from 20% to 90%.

    With 110V power supply: It takes about 70 minutes to fully charge two TB60 Intelligent Flight Batteries, and about 40 minutes to charge them from 20% to 90%.

    2. How many batteries can the Battery Station charge at the same time?

    It can simultaneously store eight TB60 Intelligent Flight Batteries and four WB37 Intelligent Batteries. It can charge two TB60 Intelligent Flight Batteries and one WB37 Intelligent Battery at the same time. Batteries with the highest battery levels will be recharged first, followed by the ones with lower levels.

    3. How do I maintain the TB60 Intelligent Flight Battery?
    1. Before using, mark two TB60 Intelligent Flight Batteries as a pair that will always be charged/discharged together to ensure optimal performance.
    2. Do not charge immediately after a flight. Let the battery cool down to room temperature before charging.
    3. The ideal charging temperature of TB60 Intelligent Flight Battery is 15 °C – 40 °C;
    4. The ideal storage temperature of TB60 Intelligent Flight Battery is 22 °C – 30 °C. Make sure they are stored in an environment that is free of moisture and not in direct sunlight.
    5. If a battery won’t be in use for more than 10 days, please discharge it until the battery level drops to 40% – 65%, and store it properly. Charge and then discharge the battery every 3 months to keep it healthy.
    4. Can the TB60 Intelligent Flight Battery be used in low-temperature environments?

    The operating temperature of the TB60 Intelligent Flight Battery is -20°C to 50°C. When the battery is used in a low-temperature environment, note that the battery life will be reduced. To optimize performance in the cold, it is recommended to warm the battery up to 15 °C before use.

    When charging the batteries in an environment between -20 °C and 5 °C, the self-heating function will be activated to raise the battery’s temperature to above 5 °C. Once installed on the aircraft and the power is turned on, if the battery’s temperature is low, it will automatically self-heat to keep the temperature at about 16 °C to 20 °C.

    5. Does the M300 RTK support TB50 / TB55 Intelligent Flight Batteries?


    6. Can TB60 Intelligent Flight Battery be carried onboard an airplane?

    The capacity of the TB60 Intelligent Flight Battery is 274 Wh and cannot be carried on board airplanes according to airline regulations.

    7. Why is the battery warm while in storage?

    When the battery is stored for a long time, to ensure storage safety and to extend battery life, the battery will automatically start self-discharging to about 65%. It’s normal for the battery to feel slightly warm during this process.

    8. Can the drone take off when two batteries are at different battery levels?

    The M300 RTK can take off if the voltage discrepancy of the two batteries is within 0.7 V. If it is unable to take off, the app will inform you that “the power discrepancy in the two batteries is too large”.

    Remote Controller

    1. Are remote controllers of M300 RTK compatible with the other DJI products?


    2. What type of image output port does the DJI Smart Controller Enterprise provide?

    HDMI port.

    3. What transmission system is used in the DJI Smart Controller Enterprise use?

    OcuSync Enterprise.

    4. What are the screen size, resolution, and maximum brightness of the DJI Smart Controller Enterprise?

    It comes with a built-in 5.5-inch 1920×1080p high-brightness touch screen with a maximum brightness of 1000 cd/m².

    5. Does the DJI Smart Controller Enterprise support 4G dongles?

    Yes. It supports the ZTE MF833V dongle.

    6. Does the DJI Smart Controller Enterprise support CrystalSky?

    No. Due to the limited processing power of the CrystalSky, it cannot support advanced intelligent functions of the M300 RTK.

    Signal transmission

    1. How many camera feeds can be viewed at the same time?

    It depends on the selected control mode.

    Single Remote Controller Mode: view of up to 2 live feeds simultaneously (including FPV camera).

    Dual Remote Controller Mode: view up to 3 live feeds simultaneously (including FPV camera);

    2. Can I capture photos or videos using the FPV camera?



    1. Which payloads are compatible with M300 RTK?

    Zenmuse H20N, Zenmuse L1, Zenmuse P1, Zenmuse H20/H20T, Zenmuse XT S, Zenmuse XT2, Zenmuse Z30, and third-party payloads developed based on the DJI Payload SDK.

    Please download and upgrade to the latest payload firmware from the download page before using the M300 RTK.

    2. How many payloads can be mounted at the same time?

    The M300 RTK can be used simultaneously with three payloads: single upward gimbal and dual downward gimbals.

    3. What payload configurations does the M300 RTK support?

    The M300 RTK supports the following payload combinations:

      1. Single gimbal: Zenmuse H20N, Zenmuse H20, Zenmuse H20T, Zenmuse L1, Zenmuse P1, Zenmuse XT2, Zenmuse XT S, Zenmuse Z30, or a third-party payload developed based on PSDK
      2. Dual gimbals: Zenmuse XT2 + Zenmuse H20; Zenmuse XT S + Zenmuse H20; Zenmuse XT2 + Zenmuse Z30; Zenmuse XT S + Zenmuse Z30; any single gimbal above combined with a third-party payload developed based on PSDK.
      3. Triple gimbals: Any dual gimbal combination above + any third-party payload developed based on PSDK.

    Note: Zenmuse L1 and Zenmuse P1 can only be mounted on a single downward gimbal; Zenmuse XT2 can only be mounted on the location of single downward gimbal No. 1.

    4. Can I control multiple gimbals simultaneously?

    You can control the movements of each gimbal simultaneously, but you can’t take photos/videos simultaneously.

    5. Can I control the angle of the FPV camera through a remote controller?

    No. The angle of the FPV camera cannot be changed.

    6. Does the M300 RTK support the Zenmuse XT, Zenmuse X4S, Zenmuse X5S, or Zenmuse X7?



    1. Does the M300 RTK support PPK technology?

    When mounted with Zenmuse P1 or Zenmuse L1, the task folder stores photos, original GNSS observations, and TimeStamps.MRK files, which are used for PPK post-processing calculations.

    2. Is the M300 RTK capable of delivering survey-grade data?

    When equipped with Zenmuse P1, Zenmuse L1, or a third-party payload developed based on PSDK, the M300 RTK can perform accurate mapping. For more information, leave your contact details at modelforce.eu. page and we will contact you shortly.

    3. Is the M300 RTK compatible with the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station for the M210 RTK V2 or the one for Phantom 4 RTK?

    Such compatibility is available. Please refer to the user manual of the M300 RTK and upgrade the firmware of the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station. Please note that different modes need to be selected when using the Mobile Station with the M210 RTK V2, Phantom 4 RTK, or M300 RTK. The D-RTK 2 mobile station only supports one of the three models at a time. For more details, please refer to the user manual.

    4. How does the M300 RTK acquire real-time differential data?

    The M300 RTK obtains real-time differential data in the following two ways:

      1. 1. By connecting to the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station (RTCM3.2)
      2. 2. By connecting the remote controller to an NTRIP network RTK service through a 4G dongle or a WiFi hotspot (supports RTCM3.0/RTCM3.1/RTCM3.2)
    5. Can one D-RTK 2 Mobile Station support multiple M300 RTK drones simultaneously?

    Yes. There is no limit to the number of drones that can be used simultaneously.


    1. How do I update the firmware?

    We offer two upgrade options:

    1. 1.Via computer: use DJI Assistant 2 For Matrice by connecting to a computer to update the firmware of the aircraft, remote controller, and D-RTK 2 Mobile Station.
    2. 2. Via DJI Pilot app: update the firmware of the aircraft, remote controller, and BS60 Intelligent Battery Station.

    Please refer to the user manual for details.

    2. What apps and software are supported by the M300 RTK?

    Currently only DJI Pilot App (Android version) is supported.

    3. Which SDKs are available on the M300 RTK?

    M300 RTK supports DJI Onboard SDK, Payload SDK, and Mobile SDK. For technical support, please contact dev@dji.com.

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