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Art-Tech R/C Hobby Specifications
ANGEL
Remote control helicopter
Operating manual
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CATALOG
★SPECIFICATIONS
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★CAUTION
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★TIPS FOR SAFETY
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★CHARGE MODE AND WARNING
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★SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR LI-POLY BATTERIES
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★PARTS LIST
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★OPERATION MANUAL METHOD STARTING PROCEDURE
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★FUNCTIONS FOR CONTROL SET
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★ADJUST THE SPEED OF THE ROTOR BLADES BY THE PCB BOARD
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★SWASHPLATE ADJUSTMENT
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★MAIN ROTOR BLADE ADJUSTMENT
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★GROUND EFFECT
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★NORMAL FLIGHT
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★INSTALLATION
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★PARTS REPLACING
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★THE POSSIBLE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
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★SPARE PARTS LIST
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★中文说明部分
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Thank you for purchasing our latest product--Angle 300 electric R/C helicopter. This helicopter is a
typical coaxial dual rotor helicopter and it’s our latest product. The frame is made of the high-strength
plastic and configured with scale flashers for night flight. This helicopter is super stable, easy to control and
it has a great maneuverability and accuracy. Moreover, this product has a vivid flying gesture and it is crashresistant. The flying time of each charge is more than 10min and it is an optimal model for the beginners. For
the safety operation of this helicopter, please make sure to read this manual carefully and follow all of the
safety notes strictly.
※This picture only for reference.
SPECIFICATIONS:
★ Rotor diameter : 350mm
★ Optimal helicopter for the beginner
★ Length: 430mm
★ Flying condition: indoor without wind
★ Height: 190mm
★ Coaxial counter-rotating structure
★ Weight: 260g
★ Easy control and stable flight
★ 4 channel 2.4GHz radio system
★ Balance charger
CONFIGURATION:
★ Flying time: 10 mins
★ 4 channel 2.4GHz radio system
★ 180 class brushed motor
PRODUCT CHARACTER
★ Li-Poly battery: 7.4V 1000mAh
Accomplishment
100%
★ 2 pcs 8g servo
Difficulty of assembly
★☆☆☆☆
★ 4 pcs blades
Difficulty of maintain
★★★☆☆
Difficulty of control
Anti-shatter
★★☆☆☆
★★☆
★★☆
WARNING:
This product is for the ones that are above 14 years old.
Children should be supervised prior to starting or flying this helicopter.
Don’t touch the propellers after the product turned on.
※Specifications may change without notice, please refer to the real one for configuration. 2009.06
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CAUTION
R/C modeling is a hobby with high technology and should not be considered as a toy. There is risk
involved during the operation of this product and the user should take all precautions seriously or serious
body injury may occur, it is only suitbale for the person above 14 years old.
Improper disassembly, improper adjustments or setup may lead to unsatisfactory or unsafe
operation. If you have any questions regarding the use, maintenance, or safe operation of this model,
please contact your local retailer.
NOTE
As with any R/C product there are risks involved when flying this model. A beginner should seek the
help of a skilled R/C pilot to ensure that the model is airworthy and capable of safe operation. Any
damage, neglect, or unfamiliar use of this product can cause unexpected accidents or injury. Please
make sure the flying is safe and we are not responsible for any accident.
TIPS FOR SAFETY
1. Locate an appropriate place to fly your helicopter:
R/C helicopters are capable of flying at high speeds, thus posing a certain degree of potential
danger to both the flyer and bystanders, so it is important to choose a right site for flying. First, the
space of flying site should be big enough (at least 4*4*4m). Second, the flying site should be open
enough, and clear of obstacles. Do not fly your helicopter during the strong counter-flow weather
to avoid the unnecessary damage.
T h i s R C h e l i c o p t e r, a n g e l 3 0 0 , h a v e t h e b e s t p e r f o r m a n c e i n t e r m s o f c o n t r o l c a p a b i l i t y a n d
scalability without wind. it may not fly properly outside due to the fluency of airflow so that it is not
r e c o m m e n c e d t o f l y o u t d o o r.
Without wind
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TIPS FOR SAFETY
2. Obtain the assistance of an experienced pilot.
The help of an experienced pilot will ensure that you will have
a well trimmed, correctly functioning helicopter for the first flight.
It is strongly advised that you first practice on the simulator prior
to making a flight with your new helicopter.
Novice
Novice
3. Always be away from the running parts
During the operation of your helicopter the rotor will be
spinning at a high rate of speed. Don’t touch any running parts and
please keep a proper distance with them. Be conscious of your
actions and be careful to keep your hands, face, eyes, and loose
clothing away from the blades and gears to avoid being hurt or any
damage to the model.
4. Keep your helicopter away from humidity.
Your new Angle 300 helicopter is a hi-tech electronic device, so
try to keep the model away from the humidity condition which may
result in the operation errors or some other unrespectable faults to
the model.
Never subject your model to severe weather, such as raining,
thunder.
5. Operate your helicopter gently
The helicopter will give a prompt response to the controlling
action,so try to operate the helicopter gently. Try to avoid the
excessive operation as this may lead to the helicopter to be out of
control.
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Expert
CHARGE MODE AND WARNING
Li-Po battery(balance changer)
ATI-0910 Li-poly battery balance charger using instruction
12V D C Power supplier
Specifications:
Input voltage: DC 10V~15V
Output voltage: DC 7.4V&11.1V (To 2 or 3 cell Li-poly battery)
Charge current: 0.3A~1.0A (Can be continuously adjusted)
Indicator state:
Green: Charge complete or no battery
Red: Charging
Flash: Drip current charging
Separated battery detection: The voltage of any battery reaches
4.2V, the charge of it will cease automatically.
Using method:
1. Connect the cigarette with charger per above image
2. Then plug cigarette into its socket in car (Adapter should be connected if charge at home: connect the adapter
to home power socket, then plug the adapter’s DC end to charger). The LED will turn green indicating it is ready
for charging.
3. Connect the battery to the charger per its interface mark. The LED becomes red, which means the battery is
on the way.
4. Adjust the charge current. In order to prolong battery’s life-span, we recommend charging them under low
current if you have enough time.
5. When the LED flashing, the charger will enter the stage of drip current charging. The LED turns green when
fully charged, and the battery will be used at any time.
Notice
1. Do not insert any conductive into the cooling hole when power is on, or damage will be caused to the charger.
2. While charging is in process, please do not place it near flammable materials.
3. It is not allowed to charge two-cell and three-cell Li poly battery at the same time.
4. Expect Li poly battery, this charger is not allowed for other kinds of battery.
5. While charging, please keep it out of the reach of Children.
6. When this charger is in use, please do not go away and leave it unwatched, if any abnormality occurs (such as the
power indicator is off, the temperature of the battery rise rapidly, etc.) stop charging immediately.
7. Please do not use power with output voltage higher than 15V.
8. Please do not disassemble the charger or its accessories.
9. When the battery is not cool down, please do not urge to charge it.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR LI-POLY BATTERIES
01.Do not disassemble or reconstruct the battery.
02.Do not short-circuit the battery.
03.Do not use or leave the battery nearby the fire, stove or heated place.
04.Do not immerse the battery in water or sea water, do not get it wet.
05.Do not charge the battery nearby the fire or under the blazing sunlight.
06.Do not drive a nail into the battery, strike it by hammer or tread on it.
07.Do not impact or throw the battery.
08.Do not use the battery with conspicuous damage or deformation.
09.Do not make the direct soldering on the battery.
10.Do not reverse charge or over discharge the battery.
11.Do not reverse charge or reverse connect.
12.Do not connect the battery to the ordinary charger socket or car cigarette jack.
13.Do not use the battery for unspecified equipment.
14.Do not touch the leaking battery directly, please wash your skin or clothes with water
if they are bedewed by liquid leaking from the battery.
15.Do not mix the Li-Poly battery with other un-chargeable battery .
16.Do not continue charging the battery over the prescribed time.
17.Do not put the battery into the microwave oven or high-pressure container.
18.Do not use the abnormal battery.
19.Do not use or keep the battery under the sunlight.
20.Do not use the battery nearby the place where generates static electricity (over 64V).
21.Do not charge the battery when the environmental temperature is under 0℃ or over 45℃.
22.If you find the battery leaking, smelling or abnormal, stop using it .
23.Keep the battery away from the children.
24.Use the specified charger and observe charging requirement (under 1A).
25.When using by minors, parents should show them the correct way to charge.
CAUTION
1. Use the original charger. Never charge the battery at more than 1 amp.
2. Never discharge the battery at more than 5C. Do not discharge too long as this will damage the battery.
3. For full flight time to be achieved please cycle the cells through three flights.
4. Never charge the battery on a carpet floor, this can cause a fire!
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PARTS LIST
The helicopter includes the following parts, please check to make sure that all of the parts are included in
your kit. If there is anything missing please contact your local dealer.
Fuselage
Transmitter
Balance Charger
Li-po battery
Operating manual
OPERATION MANUAL METHOD
Please follow the following process before starting, Otherwise, it may lead to the helicopter not to work.
1. Put the helicopter on the flat ground and put the transmitter one meter away from the helicopter.
2. You can find that the indicator light of controlling board will flash by the transparent window in the right side of
fuselage after connecting the power.
3. Turn on the switch of transmitter, the indicator light of transmiter start to flash in red light and green light in turn.
4. If the indicator light of the controlling board will turn to solid red and the indicator light of the transmitters turn
to solide green after 7 seconds and you can hear Crunch of the servo’s movement( the servo will move to the
center), it means the helicopter is ready for flying. After self-inspection, you can start to fly. Otherwise, cut down
the power for the helicopter and transmitter, then repeat the step from 1 to 4.
Caution!
1. Do not move or shack helicopter during the process of starting up, which may lead to abnormal flight.
2. Before starting the operation, it should be confirmed that there are no RC aircraft doing the same operation
inside 30 meters, otherwise, the helicopter may lose control.
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FUNCTIONS FOR CONTROL SET
Mode 2(left hand throttle)
Throttle Max
Rudder
left
Elevator down
Rudder
right
Aileron
left
Throttle Min
Aileron
right
Elevator up
Ch3 (throttle) Trim adjustment
Ch2 (elevator) Trim adjustment
Ch4 (rudder) Trim adjustment
Ch1 (aileron) Trim adjustment
LED Indicator
Power switch
Reverse switch on CH4(rudder)
Reverse switch on CH3(throttle)
Reverse switch on CH2(elevator)
Reverse switch on CH1(aileron)
ADJUST THE SPEED OF THE ROTOR BLADES BY THE PCB BOARD
* Motor 1
* Motor 2
Rotor blade speed
difference adjust
knob
* Sevor 2
Power wire
* Sevor 1
* Please refer to the page 13 for the position of servos and motor
1.Funtion of knob: adjust the gesture of the helicopter by adjusting the speed of upper and lower rotor blades.
(1) If you turn the knob clockwise, the speed of the downward rotor blade will increase and helicopter will turn
right.
(2) If you turn the knob widdershins, the speed of the upper rotor blade will increase and helicopter will turn left.
2.PCB is well adjusted before shipment, so the end-customer need not adjust it.
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SWASHPLATE ADJUSTMENT
1. Swashplate check. Pull down the throttle joystick and throttle trim to the lowest position, and push the
elevator trim and aileron inching switch to the neutral position, and check whether the swashplate is in a
horizontal level.
2. Swashplate adjustment:
If the swashplate is not in a horizontal level, adjust via the following steps:
First, loosen the swashplate pull rod (Disconnect the ball buckle with the swashplate). Second, turn the ball
buckle clockwise or anticlockwise to adjust the length of the pull rod so as to make the swashplate reach level.
Third, connect the ball buckle.
Ball head buckle
Swashplate bearing
MAIN ROTOR BLADE ADJUSTMENT
1. Main rotor blade inspection.
(1) Inspect whether the fixed screws of the main rotor blades are too tight or loose. Extreme tightness or loosing
of the blades will result in unstable flight.
(2) Inspect whether the blade tracking phenomenon will happen. Blade tracking problem will lead to unstable
flight.
2. Adjustment for the main rotor blade
(1) Keep the fixed screw of the main rotor blades not too tight or too loose.
(2) Lengthen or shorten the ball linkage rod if the blade tracking
problem is existed.
The trims of the transmitter may be
displaced caused during the
transportation and flying. Please
adjust the trim properly before you
fly the model. The position of
transmiter trim may changed slightly
due to transportation. Please check
the state of trim and adjust knot
according the flying.
ball connector rod
fixed screw for
main blades
GROUND EFFECT
Airplane will be influenced by the airflow when airplane
is flying 30 centimeters above ground, which is called
‘ground effect’. This effect can increase the lift and also
make the helicopter difficult to control in the situation. It will
be difficult for the helicopter to take off and land in this
situation. The best way to reduce the ‘ground effect’ is to
increase the flight altitude.
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NORMAL FLIGHT
Ascending
Left stick
pushing up
Descending
Left stick
pulling down
Head turning left
Left stick
moving left
Head turning right
Left stick
moving right
Right stick
pushing up
Head forward
Head backward
Right stick
pushing down
Helicopter
moving left
Right stick
moving left
Helicopter
moving right
Right stick
moving right
Chart for R/C mode 2(left hand throttle)
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INSTALLATION
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INSTALLATION
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64
1
The fixed sleeve
for main shaft
18
Nut
35
Left tail blade cover
52
Servo arm
2
Upper main gear
19
Balance bar sleeve
36
LED light
53
Screw
3
Lower main gear
20
Ba lance bar ball buckle
37
LED light seat
54
Copper gear
4
Servo arm steel wire
21
Stabilizer
38
Tail blade shaft
55
Screw
5
Inner inclined tray
22
Screw
39
Tail blade
56
Motor
6
Outer inclined tray
23
Rotor head
40
Right tail blade cover
57
Servo
7
Right rotor blade
24
Inner main shaft
41
Right body
58
Link bar 1
8
Rotor head sheath
25
Outer main shaft
42
Right stabilizer
59
Link bar 2
9
Connecting sleeve
26
Linkage rod
43
Searchlight
60
Screw
10
Bearing
27
Bearing
44
Searchlight cover
61
Controlling board
11
Left rotor blade
28
Screw
45
Searchlig ht sleeve holder
62
Cont rolling board seat
12
Screw
29
Main shaft fixed sleeve 2
46
Searchlight seat
63
Battery cover
13
Main rotor ball buckle
30
Bearing
47
Canopy window
64
Undercarriage
14
Screw
31
Main gearing copper sheet
48
Screw
65
Rotor holder
15
Pull rod
32
Copper sleeve
49
Screw
16
Balance bar
33
Left stabilizer
50
Battery box
17
Copper sleeve for
balance bar
34
Left body
51
Frame
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PARTS REPLACING
Swashplate assembly
Tail wing assembly
2. Put ③ into ④.
1. Put ② into ①.
Upper rotor wing grip installation
Please follow the sketch map to
install the upper rotor wing grip.
Main rotor shaft and core
shaft installation
Press step 1 into step 2 to
form a new compenent.
Please follow the sketch map to
assembly the tail wing
Lower rotor wing grip installation
Sketch map of upper rotor
wing grip.
Motor installation
Please follow the sketch map to
install the lower rotor wing grip
Sketch map of lower rotor
wing grip.
Undercarriage and Battery
box installation
Servo installation
Motor 1
Motor 2
Servo 2
Servo 1
Please follow the sketch map to
install the main rotor shaft
Please follow the sketch map to
Please follow the sketch map to Please follow the sketch map to assemble undercarriage, battery
box and controlling board
assemble the motor set.
assemble the servo set.
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THE POSSIBLE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
Problem
The model does
Reparation
Cause
Check the battery voltage of transmitter
and receiver
Use completely charged batteries
Check the wire connection inside the model
Contact the local dealer
Thruthle protecting function swiched on
Minimize the right joystick of thrutle
(See page 8)
Improper starting operation
Restart the model (See page 7)
The model flies beyond the control distance
Control the flying distance
The stabilizer of the balance bar is off
Install the stabilizer properly (See page 13)
The ball connector buckle is off
Connect the buckle again (See page 9)
not move
The model is out of
control or the flight
is unstable
The model moves only
forwards/ backward
The swash plate is not level
Correct the trim on the transmitter (CH 2)
(See page 8)
Balance the swash plate(See page 9)
Correct the trim on the transmitter (CH 1)
(See page 8)
The model slides
left/right always
The swash plate is not level
Balance the swash plate(See page 9)
One or more blades are broken or deformed
with different speed
1.Slight spinning could be corrected by
adjusting the trim of CH4 (rudder)
2. If the problem is serious, first neutral
the trim slider and then adjust the knob
of the PCB board. (see page 8)
The two methods should be used
together to solve the problem.
There is too much friction between the gears
Apply some lubricating oil
Rotor blades are twisted
Change the rotor blades *
Check the rotor blades to see if there is any
inconsistent phenomena during the rotation
Adjust the pull rod properly and adjust
the blades to provent tracking blade
(see page 9)
Check the connection of the body and the
frame
Make the connection of the body and
frame firm enough
The battery of transmitter is not sufficient
Change the battery
The model is spinning
all the time
The model vibrates
severely with much noise
Short control distance
The model moves forwards/
backward and sidewise, but
does not hover
Change the rotor blades *
The upper and lower blades rotate
Check whether the helicopter is exposed
to a draught, e.g. by an opened window or
an air conditioner. Hover flight is not
possible when there is a draught
Close the window / door, switch off the
air conditioner or select a more suitable
place
* Note: If one rotor blade is changed, please change the other blade simultaneous also to make sure the two
blades are with the same weight.
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SPARE PARTS LIST
No:4R011
Body
No:4R021
Undercarriage
No:4R031
Frame
No:4R041
Battery box set
No:4R051
Swash plate
No:4R061
Main blades
No:4D101
Main rotor wing grip
No:4R071
Main gear set
No:4R081
Core shaft
No:4R141
Stabilizer
No:4R091
Bearing set
No:4R101
Rotor head set
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SPARE PARTS LIST
No:4R111
Arm set
No:3R021
Controlling board (PCB)
No:4R131
Motor set
No:4D051
Li-poly battery
No:35051
Servo
No:4J011
Upgraded carbon blades
No:4R121
Searchlight
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深圳市艾特航模股份有限公司
SHENZHEN ART-TECH HOBBY INC.
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