The toe-in action will shut down the motors regardless of conditions, even if the aircraft is in midair. Please be extra cautious, and use this feature only in emergency; for example, if the aircraft has lost control.
The aircraft needs approximately 50 seconds for IMU preheating after it has been powered on. During this time, you will be unable to start the motor with toe-in action or by pressing on Motor Starter button on your remote controller.
You can choose flight mode (IOC, ATTI and GPS) through the upper left Flight Mode Switch on the remote controller. The aircraft’s reactions to the remote controller may differ in various modes, so it is important to check the mode before each flight.
Rotate and fasten the propellers in the direction indicated on the propeller. If they are not fastened properly, sharp speed change may cause the propellers to fall off, resulting in an aircraft crash.
When you command the aircraft to Go Home either manually or automatically, the proper hovering height must be maintained to avoid crashing into buildings or other obstacles. When the Go Home function is activated, for safety reasons, the aircraft must be at an altitude of 30 meters or higher. If the aircraft is hovering at the altitude lower than 30 meters, it will ascend to an altitude of 30 meters above the home point before starting to return.
The aircraft constantly calculates the required battery level to return to the home point from its current location. When the battery level reaches the minimum level required, Failsafe will be activated. If you disable Failsafe at this moment, the aircraft might not be able to return to home point because of low battery, thus resulting in aircraft crash.
The performance of Starpoint TM Positioning System is affected by the brightness and texture of the surface over which the aircraft is flying. The ultrasonic sensors may not function properly above sound-absorbing materials. Please try to avoid the following situations:
To prevent damage to the aircraft, do not fly the aircraft in harsh environments such as:
A Command Stick release cannot stop a fast-moving aircraft from running into an obstacle. The aircraft will drift for a certain distance due to inertia, possibly resulting in a crash. Pay attention to the distance between the aircraft and the obstacle in flight. You can command the aircraft to fly oppositely or off course to avoid the obstacle instead of releasing command stick.