Carp Royal Remote Controlled Bait Boat User`s manual

User’s Manual
Remote Controlled Bait Boat
Product Type (EARL)
---Pictures are for reference ONLY
Contents
IMPORTANT NOTES………………………………………………………………………………..>> P1
PACKING INFORMATION ……………………………...…………………………………….……>> P2
MODEL LIST……………………...…………………………………………………………….……>> P3
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ………………………………………...……………………...……>> P3
STRUCTURE ILLUSTRATION……………………………………………………….………..……>> P4
FUNCTION INSTRUCTION……………………………………………. …………….……….……>> P6
REMOTE CONTROL………………………………………………………………….………..……>> P7
USING DIRECTION……………………………………………………………….….……..….……>> P8
BATTERY CHARGING………………………………………………………………….…………...>> P10
SAFETY NOTES...………………………………………………………………….……….…..……>> P11
TROUBLE SHOOTING……………………………………………………………….………….......>> P12
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Important Notes
Please keep the battery full of Remote Controller when using, otherwise, it
will seriously influence the signal strength.
You must charge up your accumulators to full at the first step before using.
Insufficient power may result your boat could not control back.
Normally, our remote controller has been set OK before leaving Carp Royal,
any damage caused to the Remote Control by your improper using or blind
setting is on your account.
Powers should be TURN ON as following order
R.C. Transmitter → Boat Main Switch → Light Switch on the boat,
and TURN OFF in reverse order.
Check the LED Battery Level Monitor on the boat before sailing. LED in
Green color indicates battery full and ensure your happy trip, Orange color
need charge the battery, Red color must stop sailing immediately ensure boat
under power and control.
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Packing Information
Quantity
EARL
Packing Details
Bait Boat (pcs.)
1
Remote Controller (set)
1
Fish-finder (set, optional)
□0, □1
Main Battery (pcs.)
□1, □2
Battery Charger (pcs.)
□1, □2
Lubricant (can)
□0, □1
Carry Bag (pcs., optional)
□0, □1
Waterproof Cover (pcs.)
1
User’s Manual (pcs.)
1
Backup Fuse (pcs.)
2
Backup Propeller (pcs.)
1
Model List & Technical Specification
Model List
Model List
Colour
CARPR-110
Black (whole boat)
CARPR-111
Data Red of Window-cover/Grey of Upper Hull
CARPR-112
Bright Orange (Upper Hull)
CARPR-118
Camouflage (Upper Hull)
Optional facilities: Sonar Fish-finder (E), Carry Bag.
Technical Specification
Product Name
Remote Controlled Bait Boat – EARL Type
Main Battery: 6V/5A (2 lead accumulators), or 7.4V/6A (2 lithium batteries as option)
Power Supply
Battery of Remote Controller: (9.6-12V) /8pcs “AA” Alkaline Battery
(or 11.1V/1800MA, 1 lithium battery as option)
Battery Using Time
1.5~2.0 hours (continuous using)
Remote Range
300 Meter
Sailing Speed
1~2 m/s
Wave Resistance
About 3-4 class
Charger Voltage
AC 110-240V
Bait Hopper Loading
About 1-1,5kg
Size
Boat: 59.0*28.0*25.0 cm
Carton: 64.5*31.5*38.5 cm
Weight
N.W.: 6.0 kg/pc
G.W.: 8.0 kg/carton
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Structure Illustration
【Upper Hull】
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5
4
7
1
2
1. Main Switch
3
2. Main Switch of Fish-finder
3. Light Switch
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4. Carrying Handle
5. Window Cover
6. Bait Hopper Flap
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7. Antenna of R.C. Receiver
8. Antenna of Fish-finder
9. Front Light
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10. Rear Light
11. Battery Level Monitor-LED
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9
【Lower Hull】
】
20
12
13
14
15
17
12. Main Battery
13. Motor
14. Servomotor for Bait Hopper
15. Bar for Bait Hopper
16. Servomotor for Rudder
17. Rudder Fittings
18. Fish-finder Controller
19. Fuse
20. Circuit Box
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18
12
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Function Instruction
1. Main Switch: controls the power supply of the boat.
2. Main Switch of Fish-finder (optional): controls the power supply of fish-finder controller.
3. Light Switch: controls ON/OFF of the lights.
4. Carrying Handle: helps to carry the boat easily to wherever you want.
5. Window Cover: protects the inner electronic components and take out the battery after opening it.
6. Bait Hopper Flap: part of Bait Hopper, helps to bear and drop baits and fishing hooks.
7. Antenna of R.C. Receiver: enhance the function of signal receiving and transmitting of the R.C.
8. Antenna of Fish-finder (optional): enhance the function of signal receiving and transmitting of the
fish-finder.
9. Front Light: two white LED lights, helps to tell the direction and location of the boat in poor light
or at night.
10. Rear Light: two red LED lights, helps to tell the direction and location of the boat in poor light or at night.
11. Battery Level Monitor-LED: shows the battery level.
12. Main Battery: 2 pieces of 6V/5A lead accumulators located in the Lower Hull, giving near 1.5-2 hours
of continuous working. As option, you also can choose lithium batteries supply.
13. Motor: makes the propeller working, and offers driving force to the boat.
14. Servomotor for Bait Hopper: opens and closes the Bait Hopper Flap.
15. Bar for Bait Hopper: helps to open and close the Bait Hopper Flap.
16. Servomotor for Rudder: controls the direction of the Rudder.
17. Rudder Fittings: connects relevant parts to help servomotor with the direction of the Rudder.
18. Fish-finder Controller (optional): receives and processes signals of the fish-finder.
19. Fuse: protects the speed controller from overheating when the boat gets stuck in sailing.
10 or 15 Amps fuses can be used by the boat.
20. Circuit Box: incl. R.C. Receiver, Speed Controller and Fuse, fixed in the front of the Lower Hull
and totally removable for easy maintain.
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Remote Control
【AD-1202 R.C.】
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Antenna
Carrying Handle
Rotary Control
(Channel 4, Bait Tank)
Left Control Stick
(Channel 2, Motor)
Right Control Stick
(Channel 1, Rudder)
Trim for Stick
Trim for Stick
(Channel 2)
(NOT Use)
Trim for Stick
Trim for Stick
(NOT Use)
(Channel 1)
Code Matching Key
Status Indicator
ON/OFF
LED Power Monitor
Switch
【AD-1202 R.C. for EARL】
Channel Settings & Functions
Channel 1: direction command to rudder (turns left or right).
Channel 2: forward and reverse command to motor.
Channel 4: open and close command to the bait hopper.
Trim for Stick: provides fine adjustment of function of control sticks (usually neutral position).
LED Power Monitor: RED -- transmitter is in good working condition,
FLICKERING RED – transmitter is in LOW power.
Code Matching Key: function key for Code Matching.
Status Indicator: indicates working condition during Code Matching.
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Attention: Normally, Remote Control has been set OK before leaving Carp Royal, any damage caused to the
Remote Control by your improper using or blind setting is on your account.
Using Direction
Attention: Before you use the boat,
* We advise you keeping the shipping box of the boat in case you may return it for repairing.
* You must charge up your accumulators to full at first step before using.
* Please keep the full batteries of the R.C., otherwise, it will seriously influence the signal strength.
STEP 1. Set up Batteries
(1)
)Set up Batteries in the Boat
Make sure the Main Switch is turned OFF, open the Window Cover, and then remove it.
Put the two batteries to each Battery Holder which installed in the boat in advance, then connect each of them
with the corresponding electronic connector which on the electronic board. (See Pic.).
Attention:
a. When connecting the battery, make sure the wires are in corresponding colour that red is to red, blue is to blue.
b. Please pay attention the shorter line which on one of battery is only for charging. This time, you need not
connect.
c. Make sure the plugs are connected firmly so as to avoid any poor connection.
(2)
)Set up Batteries in Transmitter
Put 8pcs of “AA” alkaline batteries correctly in the transmitter and check the power. (You also could choose lithium
battery as option.) For AD-1202 Remote Control, the transmitter alarms 1 time/second when the power voltage is
8.3-8.8V, which indicates the power is low and batteries can be used not for long, the transmitter alarms 2
times/second when the power is 8.3V below, it indicates the power is inadequate and new batteries are needed.
Attention:
a. Please pay special attention to the positive and negative poles when setting up
batteries.
b. New batteries are needed when the power is too low or inadequate.
Please note not new or insufficient batteries will serious influence the signal
strength!
STEP 2. Power on & Check
Turn on the R.C. Transmitter, Main Switch [1] and Light Switch [3] in order, and check the lights on the boat.
Control the Transmitter and check the Bait Hopper, Propeller, Rudder and battery level.
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Attention:
a. Powers should be turned ON in this order: R.C. Transmitter → Main Switch
→ Light Switch (→Fish-finder Controller → Fish-finder Displayer).
Otherwise, product may be out of control, control mixing or damaged.
b. Powers are connected correctly and firmly, right placed and sufficient powered.
c. Control the transmitter and check the Bait Hopper according to Page 7(R.C. Channel Settings & Functions).
d. Make propeller work by controlling the transmitter and check the LED Battery Level Monitor:
[RED] – inadequate power, need to charge main batteries.
[ORANGE] – low power, boat can run but not more than 1 hour.
[GREEN] – full power. We kindly suggest you use the boat under full power.
STEP 3. Place Baits and Fishing-lines
Close the Bait Hopper by controlling the transmitter, and put the baits and fishing-lines in.
Attention:
a. Make sure powers are ON before this step.
b. Around 1kg for the Bait Hopper ONLY, otherwise the electronic
components may be damaged upon overweight.
c. Pushing the Bait Hopper Flap by hand is prohibited.
d. Group hooks should be put into the hopper from the bottom of the flap, and
with the transmitter operated at the same time so as to close the hopper and
place other baits.
STEP 4. Sail in Water
When the above steps finished, put the boat in water, control the transmitter and enjoy the real fun of fishing!
Attention:
a. NO sailing upon low power. Otherwise, it will cause the boat out of control in the water!
b. NO return sailing before dropping out the fishing-line, or propeller may be stuck.
c. In order to achieve the best signal control during sailing, please keep all the antennas (receiver’s &
transmitter’s) in same parallel direction.
STEP 5. After Sailing
After sailing, please keep your boat in order strictly according to steps below:
Close Bait Hopper by controlling the transmitter → Turn OFF Light Switch → Turn OFF Main Switch → take out
the batteries (incl. the batteries for Fish-finder Controller if have) → Turn OFF the R.C. transmitter and take out
batteries from it → (Turn OFF Fish-finder Displayer and take out batteries from it )→Clean and pack the product.
Attention: Powers should be turned OFF in following order: Light Switch → Main Switch (→Fish-finder Controller)
→ R.C. Transmitter (→ Fish-finder Displayer). Otherwise, product may be out of control, control mixing or
damaged.
Battery Charging
When charging the main batteries, connect the two batteries at first, and
then connect batteries with the battery charger. (See Pic.)
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Attention: when the LED monitor on battery charger turns green, the
battery is full. Then, disconnect the batteries, and install them
separately in the boat (See P8).
(Optional) Fish-finder Manual: separately attached.
Safety Notes
Battery: 12 hours for the first charging and 8-10 hours after that. When charging, LED monitor on the battery
charger turning in RED indicates that battery is in charging, GREEN that battery is charged OK.
Charge batteries first before leaving the product for a long-term NOT USING, don’t forget to recharge them
once every month so as to keep their service life. Normally, every battery can be charged and used about
300~400 times before it comes to the end of its useful life. We kindly suggest you buy extra batteries for
backup usage.
Please take out batteries before packaging and transportation. Don’t make the batteries (lead accumulators) in
inverse direction in long time, it will cause liquid leaking and damage the batteries.
Attention: Lead accumulators are made from strong corrosive liquid sulfuric acid. Any leakage caused
by strong crash or extrusion may lead to inestimable consequences. If sulfuric acid comes to your skin or
eyes by accident, please wash it rapidly and ask for doctor.
The inner part of the boat should be kept totally dry. Please tidy and dry the boat every time you have used it.
Please avoid water grasses, plastic bags and any wastes that may cause propeller stuck, upon which fuse in the
boat will burn out and the boat will stop at once. Please change the fuse in this situation.
Please keep the product from any other communication facilities, power lines and skyscrapers, which may
cause some signal interferences.
Circuit and structure changed without approval are on your account.
Make sure the product is used safely in bad weather, such as rainy days, strong wind, high humidity, dark
environment.
Please use the product at safe and lawful places, and keep it away from environment that may hurt human
beings and animals.
The product can not be used after medicine and alcohols, or under bad spirit or fatigue.
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Trouble Shooting
No.
Fault Phenomena
1
The transmitter buzzes intermittently
when it is powered on.
2
The boat gives no response
when all powers are ON and
full.
3
The R.C. gives no response and the
LED on the receiver is in RED when
all powers are ON and Full.
4
Motor runs by itself when all powers
are ON and full and in right order,
yet the transmitter is not operated.
Possible Causes
Trouble Shooting
Batteries are in low power.
Change to new batteries.
Batteries in the transmitter are set
up in the wrong way.
Check batteries.
R.C. fault.
Signal interferences occurred, or
the signal of transmitter and
receiver is not matched.
Code Matching is needed.
Same as No. 3.
Same as No.3.
Return the whole set of R.C. (incl. transmitter and
receiver) to Carp Royal.
Check if there are any strong signals interferences occur,
such as communication facilities, power lines or
skyscrapers.
Change new fuse.
Attention: ONLY 10 or 15 A fuses can be used.
R.C. fault.
Signal interferences occur.
Fuse burns out.
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Motor doesn’t work or stops by
accident when all powers are ON
and full.
(Shoot troubles one by one)
Check R.C. & if need return the whole set of R.C. (incl.
transmitter and receiver) to CarpRoyal.
1. Receiver: turn ON the Main Switch on the boat, press
and hold the Set Key on the receiver till the LED
Indicator turns from red to flickering orange. Then,
release the key.
2. Transmitter: press and hold the Code Matching Key
and turn ON the Main Switch at the same time, you can
see the LED Monitor in green. Release and press again
the Code Matching Key, and the LED Monitor turns from
green to orange. Then press and hold the Code Matching
Key till the LED Monitor turns to flickering orange, then
check both LED Monitors. If the LED Monitor on the
Receiver is OFF and the one on the transmitter is in
green, code matching is finished successfully and you can
release the key.
3. Turn OFF the Main Switch of the boat and transmitter at
first and turn ON them again to check the R.C is all right
or not.
4. Please make sure Code Matching is set in short distance
and no signal interference or other Code Matching exist.
Wires in the boat are connected
poorly.
Check and re-connect.
Receiver fault.
Open the Window Cover, and check if the receiver is well
connected:
1. Numbers on the wires are corresponding to numbers on
the receiver.
2. The metal side of plugs should all face the smaller
number on the Receiver when connecting.
3. Exchange the new receiver and do Code Matching, and
check again.
4. After above 3 steps checking and not solve problem,
please return the whole set of R.C. (incl. transmitter and
receiver) to Carp Royal.
Return the whole set of R.C. (incl. transmitter and
receiver) to Carp Royal.
Exchange the speed controller and return the fault one to
Carp Royal.
Change new motor in this way:
1. Take off the propeller and disconnect the motor.
2. Take off screws on the Motor Base, and gently pull out
the full set of motor.
3. Set up a set of new motor.
Transmitter fault.
Speed Controller fault.
Motor fault.
To ensure a normal use of our product, we suggest you settle some simple faults according to directions of this manual.
For faults that you can not settle by yourself, please contact Carp Royal in time and with full data required.
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Hinweise zur Batterieentsorgung
Im Zusammenhang mit dem Vertrieb von Batterien oder mit der Lieferung von Geräten, die
Batterien enthalten, ist der Verkäufer verpflichtet, Sie auf Folgendes hinzuweisen:
Sie sind zur Rückgabe gebrauchter Batterien als Endnutzer gesetzlich verpflichtet. Sie können
Batterien nach Gebrauch an den Verkäufer oder in den dafür vorgesehenen Rücknahmestellen (z.B.
in Kommunalen Sammelstellen oder im Handel) unentgeltlich zurückgeben. Sie können die
Batterien auch per Post an den Verkäufer zurücksenden. Der Verkäufer erstattet Ihnen auf jeden
Fall das Briefporto für den Rückversand Ihrer Altbatterie.Die auf den Batterien abgebildeten
Symbole haben folgende Bedeutung:
= Batterie darf nicht in den Hausmüll gegeben werden
•
•
•
Pb = Batterie enthält mehr als 0,004 Masseprozent Blei
Cd = Batterie enthält mehr als 0,002 Masseprozent Cadmium
Hg = Batterie enthält mehr als 0,0005 Masseprozent Quecksilber."
Sofern Sie auf einer Handelsplattform handeln und das Symbol der durchgekreuzten Mülltonne
nicht angezeigt werden kann, wäre folgender Text möglich:
"Hinweise zur Batterieentsorgung
Im Zusammenhang mit dem Vertrieb von Batterien oder mit der Lieferung von Geräten, die
Batterien enthalten, ist der Verkäufer verpflichtet, Sie auf Folgendes hinzuweisen:
Sie sind zur Rückgabe gebrauchter Batterien als Endnutzer gesetzlich verpflichtet. Sie können
Batterien nach Gebrauch an den Verkäufer oder in den dafür vorgesehenen Rücknahmestellen (z.B.
in Kommunalen Sammelstellen oder im Handel) unentgeltlich zurückgeben. Sie können die
Batterien auch per Post an den Verkäufer zurücksenden. Der Verkäufer erstattet Ihnen auf jeden
Fall das Briefporto für den Rückversand Ihrer Altbatterie.
Die auf den Batterien abgebildeten Symbole haben folgende Bedeutung:
•
•
•
•
Das Symbol der durchgekreuzten Mülltonne bedeutet, dass die Batterie nicht in den
Hausmüll gegeben werden darf.
Pb = Batterie enthält mehr als 0,004 Masseprozent Blei
Cd = Batterie enthält mehr als 0,002 Masseprozent Cadmium
Hg = Batterie enthält mehr als 0,0005 Masseprozent Quecksilber."
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Für Ihre Fragen stehen wir gerne zur Verfügung.
Carp Royal
Ludgeristrasse 10
38442 Wolfsburg
www.carp-royal.de
info@carp-royal.de
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