RotorX RX122 V2
ARF version assembled by Storm Hobby
USER MANUAL
V1.0
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DISCLAIMER
Please read this disclaimer carefully before using this product. This product is a
hobby with motors but not a toy which is not suitable for people under the age of
18. By using this product, you hereby agree to this disclaimer and signify that you
have read them fully. You agreed that you are responsible for your own conduct and
content while using this product, and for any consequences thereof.
Before you fly the drone
1) Make sure all connections are good, and keep children and animals away
during flying, firmware update, system calibration and parameter setup.
2) Always fly the drone away from unsafe conditions, such as obstacles, crowds,
high-voltage lines, etc.
3) Do not use in bad weathers such as rainy day, snow, windy (more than
moderate breeze), hail, lighting, tornadoes, hurricanes etc.
4) Check whether the propellers and the motors are installed correctly and firmly
before flight. Make sure the rotation direction of each propeller is correct.
5) Check whether all parts of the drone are in good condition before flight. Do not
fly with aging or broken parts.
6) Never overcharge LiPo batteries. Do not charge above 4.2V per cell. When the
battery is fully charged, disconnect it from the charger. Never leave the battery
charger unattended during charging.
7) Never discharge batteries to below 3.3V per cell
8) Remove batteries when not using the drone.
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Quick Start - FrSky Taranis X9D Plus Radio Controller
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How to Control - FrSky Taranis X9D Plus Radio Controller
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Motors and propellers rotation
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FAQ
Binding with FrSky Taranis X9D Plus Transmitter
Turn on your Taranis X9D Plus transmitter, goto "Model Setup" (Press MENU and PAGE
1.
button once). In the "Internal RF" section, choose Mode = D16, Channel Range = CH1-16,
Receiver No. 01, and then click "Bind", the transmitter will start beeping.
2.
Power up the XSR receiver (Connect battery to
the drone) while holding the Bind button. The
LED on the receiver will start flashing, which
means binding has completed.
This is the bind button on
the receiver.
3.
Power off Transmitter and Receiver.
4.
Turn on the transmitter and power on the Receiver; you should see a Green LED on the
receiver, which means it has bound with your FrSky transmitter.
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Radio Controller Parameters - FrSky Taranis X9D Plus Transmitter
For FrSky TARANIS Plus user, you can use the latest OpenTX program to backup/restore your
setting or our own profile. You can find the procedures below:
1.
Download OPENTX program by isiting http://www.open-tx.org/downloads.html. Always use
the latest version Use the latest OPENTX 2.1 branch.
Download the latest helipal profile for our drone here (Please unzip before use):
2.
www.helipal.com/download/uav/srd-taranis-x9d-plus.zip OR http://goo.gl/PZQeWO
3.
Turn on your radio by holding both lower trims towards the center and turn on transmitter
at the same time, you will enter BootLoader mode.
Connect your FrSky Taranis X9D Plus transmitter to your PC / Mac via USB cable and the
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controller screen will show “USB Connected”.
5.
Click !
to read your radio controller profile
6.
Your radio controller profile will be loaded on the screen, always click !
to save your
existing profile before you make any changes, incase thing goes wrong.
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Click !
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to open our profile, drag the correct drone memory to your own transmitter.
Remember to click !
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to write the profile back to your radio.
Unplug USB cable, switch off transmitter and switch on again.
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Telemetry on FrSky Taranis X9D Plus Transmitter
Press and hold “PAGE” for 1 second, you’ll enter Telemetry screen, press “PAGE” again cycle
thru telemetry screens.
VFAS : Battery voltage
VFAS- : Lowest battery voltage
T1 : Timer (Auto start with throttle,
Switch H to reset)
RSSI : Radio signal
RSSI- : Lowest radio
VFAS: Battery voltage
RSSI : Radio signal
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