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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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Matterc need¡ng attention
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Warning
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Addit¡onal safety precaut¡ons
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Pre-flight -EÊ-ui:ÈË9fr
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Charging the battery
Battery installation
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Battery precautions
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Reæiver board ¡nterfaæ
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HCP100S DSMX Satetlite receiver sertings
How to b¡nd and use the satellite rece¡ver
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RF module parameters ¡a=fr *1ÊÆìH,Bll
SpecificationsflËä*l
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HCP100S RF module parameters
293mm
Exploded view
Height Ë=Ë
87.5mm
Parts l¡st
WeightEË
79g
Accessories list 83,144üt
Length
Propeller length
Tail rotor blade
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1l3mm
DiameTe¡EXÊíã
38.4mm
Rotating propelter diameterÈ*ùES€Élã
249mm
Battery specif¡cationËiüflffi
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B¡nd¡ng procedures
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All instructions, warranties and other collateral documents are subject to
change at the sole discretion of our company. For upto-date product literature
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Thank you for purchasing the HiSKY HCPl 00S; th¡s advanced, dual-brushless helic
-opter represents the pinnacle of micro-helicopter technology. Equipped with a highly
ref¡ned flìght control system and pirouette compensation technology, the HCpl 00S is
one ofthe smoothest high performance hel¡copters on the market today
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From basic flight maneuvers to aggressive aerobatics, the HCP100S can do it all- for
those who apprec¡ate the power of larger hel¡copters but lack the flying space, we believe
lhat the HCP100S is the perfect replacement and solut¡on. Robust engineering, high quality
D upon t plastics and advanced carbon fiber compos¡tes make the H C P 1 00S one of the most
robust helicopters of its size on the market today
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Read the ENTIRE instruction manual to become fam¡l¡ar w¡th the features of the product before
operating-Fa¡lure to operate the product correctly can result ìn damage to the product,personal
ProPerty and cause serious injury.Th¡s is a sophisticated hobby productlt must be operated with
caut¡on and common sense and requires some basic mechanical ability.Failure to operate this
Product in a safe and responsible manner could result in injury or damage to the product or other
PropertyTh¡s Product ¡s not ¡ntended for use by children without d¡rect adult supervisionThis
manual contains instruct¡ons for safety,operation and ma¡ntenance.lt is essential to read and follow
all the ¡nstructions and wanrings in the manual,prior to assembly, setup or use, ¡n order to operate
correctly and avoid damage or serious injury.
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Additional safety precaut¡ons
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AgeRecommendation: Notforchildren under 14 years This ¡s not a toy
Alwâysoperate your model ¡n open spaces awayfrom full s¡ze veh¡cles,traffic and peopleAlmys carefully follow the diections and mrnings for tiì¡s and any optional support equ¡pment
(chargers, rechargeable battery packs etc)
Always keep all chem¡cals, small parts and any eleclrical components out of ch¡ldren,s reach
Avoid reter e&osure b dl eqripment not Ðecif¡cally designed ild protected fur h¡s
purpose. Mo¡sture can cause severe damagelo electr¡cal componenls.
Never place any port¡on of the model in your mouth as ¡t could cause serious ¡njury or even death
Never operate your model if the trânsmilter batteries do not have adequate power
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Pr¡or to making your first flight, please take time to read through this manual lt contains
¡mportant pre-flight information and useful tips that will help make your first flight, and every
flight, a successful one.
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Helicopter Parameters -TtJlâ#j
Length
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Battery Specification
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Make sure both the transm¡tter and helicopter has adequate power
Prior to lurn¡ng on the transm¡tter, please make sure the throttle stick¡satitslowestpoint Boththelhrotíe
hold and ldle up switches need to be in the "up" pos¡tion
Bind the helicopter to the transmitter
Please turn on the transm¡tter first, then connect the battery with the RX board on hel¡coplerto bind with TX
Power off the helicopter prior to powering off the lransmitter
Make sure that the helicopter is flown in a relat¡vely open area, away from people, an¡mals, veh¡cles and power
lines.
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lfyou purchased an RTF model, the transmitter is bound to themodelatthefactory.
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Turn the transm¡tter on.
connect the battery w¡th the helicopter. then place ¡t on a level surface next to the lransm¡ttel
Wait several seconds, the main rotor will cycle twice, meaning that it has successfully bound to the transmitter- Please move the hel¡ after the bind¡ng process has fin¡shed
Pleasemake sure there are no other hel¡copters around the TXduringthebindingprocess, as mult¡ple
hel¡copters can not go through the b¡nd process at the same time
ESC Lock: To prevent accidental start-ups, the ESC ¡s locked when the HCPloos ¡s ¡n¡t¡al¡zed. To unlock,push
the throttle up to m¡dpo¡nt then return ¡t to the lowest pos¡tion; at th¡s point, you should hear the ESC gjve an au
-dible warning, s¡gn¡fy¡ng that the ESC has been unlocked.
Soft-start: The ESC has a soft-stâl funct¡on that is programmed at the factory, where the motor
would spin up gredually when the throttle is first advanæd lo the 40% mark or above.
Once the ESC has been unlocked and the motor has spun up to speed, the aircraft is ready
for flight.
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When b¡nd¡ng, please turn off the TH HOLD sw¡tch, or the buzer w¡ll sound
When b¡nd¡ng, please also turn off the IDLE switch, or the buzer w¡ll sound
Whenbind¡ng, pleasemake sure the -fhrottlestick¡salitslowestpoint,orthebuzzerwillsound
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Prior to
lf you are not fam¡liar with the controls of your Hcp100s
with them pr¡or to altempting your f¡rst l¡ght
Aileron
Roll left
right
Roll right
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Problem
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Possible
Cause
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The LED on the receiver board
flashes ænstantly; the hel¡copter
does not respond to transmitter
inpuls
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The hel¡copter is not properly
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The helicopter does not respond
after connecting the batteries to
the rece¡ver
bound to the transmitter, a
rebind¡ng procedure is necessary
Problem
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Solution
copter batterìes have enough
power, or if there is a bad æntact
between the batter¡es and the battery term¡nals
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When the throttle st¡ck ls pushed
foruard, the motor does not engage and the receiver LED flashes
constantly.
There is not enough charge in the
flight batlery, or the connectors
are not making good contact with
each other
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The hel¡copter takes ofi immediately after the flight battery has
been connected
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Helicopter vibrates or shakes ¡n
flight
The throttle was not at ¡ts lowest
point, or the throttle channel on
lhe transm¡tter has been reversed
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The hel¡copter responds correctly
to lransm¡tter inputs, but the blades do not turn fast enough for the
aircraft to take off
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Replace the old baltedes w¡th new,
or freshly charged batter¡es Make
sure that the batteries are ¡n good
contact with the terminals
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The hel¡copter t¡lts to one s¡de
fli9ht
Low charge in battery or the main
Solution
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Replace the feathering shaft;
check bear¡ngs Remove the
servos to checkfor debr¡s Check
the swash-plate Change the main
and tail blades
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The hel¡copter wasn't in¡t¡ated on
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a flat surface
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Re-bind the transm¡tter to the
rece¡ver (Refer lo page4)
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Replace the fl¡ght battery w¡th a
freshly charged unit Reconnect
the battery ænnectors
Battery precaut¡ons
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Lower the throttle stick to ¡ts lowest point; check the reversing funct¡on of the throttle channel
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gear is loose
Cause FE
The feathering shaft ¡s bent; the
rotor-head has a loose bearing,
the swash-plate has separated,
there is debris ¡n the seryo or the
blades are deformed
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Possible
B¡nd the transm¡tter to the receiver
(refer to page 4: Programming
your transm¡tter)
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Check if the transmitter and hel¡-
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Main rotor blades shake in fl¡ght
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Replace and charge the batter¡es;
press the gear onto lhe main shaf
so that there is no play ¡n the dr¡v(
train
The Battery Chargerincluded with the HCPIOOS has been designed to safely charge the Li-po battery
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CAUTION
Rotor blades are damaged. or the
blade grips are overly-tightened
Replace the rotor blades; loosen
the blade grips so the blades can
move fore and aft very slightly
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:All ¡nstructions and warnings must be followed exactly Mishandling of Li-Po batter¡es
can result in a f¡re, personal injury,and/or property damage
By handling, charging or using the included Li-Po battery you assume all risks associated with
l¡th¡um batter¡es.
2. If at any t¡me the battery beg¡ns
to balloon or swell, discontinue use immediately If chargÌng or
discharging, discontinue and disconnect continuing to use, charge or discharge a battery that
is ballooning or swelling can result in fire.
3. Always store the battery at room temperature in a dry area for best results.
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4. Always transport or tempora r¡ly sto re the battery in a temperature range of 40-1200 F oo not
store battery or model in a car or direct sunlight. If stored in a hot cat the battery can be dam-
aged or even catch fire.
Never use a Ni-cD or Ni-MH charger Failure to charge the battery with a compatible charger
may cause fire resulting in personal injury and/or property damage.
6. Never exceed the recommended charge rate
7. Never cover warning labels with hook and loop str¡ps
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Lower the throttlestickto ¡ts lowest posit¡on
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on the transm¡tter
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3, lnstall the flightbattery in the baltery holder, connect the battery w¡ththemainboard ,
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WARNING: Usebalancechargerstochargetheflightbattery
property damage and injury could occur
Batte
1.
place the
hel¡copter on a level surfaæ next to the transmifte[
Wait several seconds, the main rotorwillcycle twice, ìt means thatthe helicopterhas successfully bound
tothetrânsmilter Please move the heli afler the bind¡ng process has fin¡shed
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4
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Notice:wnen a
Li-Po battery is discharged belowz.4v, the battery maybedamagedandmay no
longer accept a charge Please land thehelicopter immediately and recharge the flight battery
iìñ:
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Cha
tn
the battery
ÉiüñÊ
HiSKY 7.4V (2S) variable rate DC Li-Po charger
HisKy 7.4v (2s) gËIèfrtlËtñtEÉñÈåÊ
lnstructions;
1 Connect the XC-1 55 charger to a 11 0-220V wall outlet
2.connect th€ lithium polymer battery lo the charger via the balancing tap (white, four pin conne
-ctor). The LEDs on the charger will turn red once charging has commenced, and green once ch
-arging has been completed.
3.The XC-155 charger could be used to charge lwo single cell (1 S 3.7V) lith¡um polymer batter¡es
via a converter cable.
Receiver board interf ace
ltqÍ&tttr tr
ífraEz
1 HCp 100SÉ;ùEJìEËxc-
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2
NOtice:Oo
ÈË,
Pitch
Elevator
IRûE
Aile ron
E|Jæ
not charge the battery w¡th anything olher than a industry-standard 2 cell balânce charger
To tail motor
#EãÆIJÈI[
RÉEË,H H¡SKY }Ef*Ê!ñEåg.
To main motor
#+rEE!Etr
DSMX satell¡te port
DSMX I.E}*&tr
Front
I
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Rear
10
ËÉi
HCP100S DSMX Satellite receiver settings
H
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P100
Srü
+ tttL E+tl'. 6+!
HCP
IOOSIü+&PEæW+W,
System setup :
Modeltype: ^LÃ#t+
tË4Ëf+
Helicopter: ÉfltfltËrt
Swash type: ltfiâ$ä*4
Normal:
lrei+kj8ÊÞ,
Y
ìÊi]ffi4
1 :0%
100 75 80 70 100
100 75 80 70 100
2:
65
65
GER PI T
85o/o
3:85%
4
'. 85o/o
soiÊlrffiæ
:
1:95%
2'.95o/o
3 :95%
4 :95o/o
5:95%
Pitch curve 4ãfEffi4JÈ
--.--
Urrplug lhe baltery and ntarn iecetver
5:85%
Throttle curve (stunt)
*
l\T-
Throttle curve (normal)
:
Travel f,ËËÌÊË
THR AIL ELE RUD
+
+fi¿ttt+fiS
Throttle curve
Function menurlÉE*F
Power on the receiver
âÈ
¡rit4\ì+LiJ¿ì,.;
3DAãEEffiæ
Pitch curve(normal)
P¡tch curve(stunt)
1 '. 00/,
1 :40%
2:45%
3:50%
4:75%
5: 100%
2:25%
3:50%
4 :75o/o
5:
100%
Connect the recetve¡ w lh the rece ver boârd of
How to bind and use the satellite receiver
helrcopler
l¡lqË+€lEt*tl!il|
Power on lhe lransnrrtler, lhen lhe he copter
+r laP loosÉ€Ërl ¡itg t1É¡lr,
Ðl,ti&+liió+l' (p1005rllr&L
Y
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lnsta
Prepare a DSIVlX compatrble radro helrco pler, sa
-tell le recerver and ma0 rece ver
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!gtÂdlrl&lÈr&lf" g-1
11
Conrìecl the marn rece ver wtth the satellrte recerv
er then cofDect the b nd plug to the matf recelver
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LJ.jôCþ
12
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ca¡opy åi,ts
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RF MODULE INSTRUCTION
È'R* lÊffii.nEE
1.
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1, RF MODULE CHAFT
2.
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iíi,a
rffi
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tr'f* Ê E!iEÊåËËÆ: Ê trH ÈËï+fi )€ä5ü
po we r o
nttö,
Effi ì+ËÊÆ+ñE
:
¡n battery supply with charge protection and low voltage alarm
2.Supports most mainstream rad¡os
3.Charging protect¡on and Low voltage alarm function.
1.q}+ÈÊß'+Ê, ìEÊ7FE fr ffi ìEËåË
Mode ¡nd¡cator l¡qht: F/J/other
b indicab ãharg¡ng sbtu6)
2.Ëï+fr'E-tÈiñiËËåçiÊã, 9t J Rl F utab a /#14'iß
S¡gnal ¡nd¡cator l¡ght
3.ÉËñËÆFr)tElFÆfrSÐÉE
(R6d: signal diSle/Chaq¡ns;
Green: S¡gnal enebl€y' low powêr)
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{ÈË#Ãfr
(tre,
ËË-ü¡â€tÉ¡¡
Mode selector button
&tìå*æf,
Notice
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ÈËËiüilÊ
flFtÃ*:
: 3.7V8Êìt150mAh
: 5-12VDC
I'fFÈtt : <100 mA
24O2 MHz- 2477 MHz
Êfr ;[É Ë3.7v8È;ú,
ft#ffr#.#?È#tr,
1.
I#É,f
EffiËt:
ilË94:
1.The¡e is one 3 7v Li-po battery sealed within the RF module prior to use, turn the RF module
to the OFF pos¡t¡on
the
the radios'trainer port.
2.Pay attention to t
wer
ing w¡th ¡nlernal battery supply. lf you see the
green lighl flash, pl
the
ately,
llEêþ,
2. Parameters
Sealed battery Specification:3 7V Li-Po battery 150mAh
Operating voltage:5 - 12V.DC
Operating Current: S 100 mA
Operating frequency. 2402 MHZ - 2477 MHZ
Spread Spectrum mode: FHSS
Number of frequency channels: 20
Hopping Rate: 240 Jump/s
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(Also use
3. Charging operat¡on
flXf
Function IfÉE
¡{Êl(v..
RADIO ADAPTER
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: JR
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F u ta b aìËïÈåËluF*ìËEËÆ F u t a bala-ËÊirF&*ì+ÊBfr
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sw¡tch
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OFF position, no LED lights on RF Module bright this
r (or the other power supplier equipment) using USB
flash and Mode indicator light shows charging status:
charging is over.
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ñffi¡û ( ¡ÌãHË1XEìAã
,
4. Normat operat¡on .iEHfÈÆH{F:
1 . lf the rad io supplies power to the HT8 module, switch the interna I power supply switch
to the OFF position. Connect the HT8 to the radio via the included signal cables.
2. lf no power is supplied by the radio, switch the internel power supply switch to the ON
position Connectthe HT8 tothe radiovia the included signal cables.
3. Under normal circumstances, the HT8 LEDs are greenl if they are red, check to see ¡f
thesignal cableisproperlyconnected CheckalsothattheradioisoperatingunderppM
output. Press the button on the HT8 to cycle through d¡fferent radios- the status indicator
will be green with Futaba radios, red with JR radios and off with Walkera radios.
13
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ËÆ, f^trì4frñËï'FlF"
FHSS
rËfi , fl\trEfl lËËfi
14
FUTABA radio settings for the HCP100S
RF Module status lights
HcPl oosË*fn+ËrtftT+
JR ËLf,ãt&
FUTABA
ËRãte.
È¿FUrA BA È tn)k Hc
1
ooSTE+ä?E
iei!âät
Lefr: red; Risht: sreen.
Select helicopter mode, Servo NORM, then set the output as ppM
Left: green; Risht: green.
ËfttrgìËtëåËiSËËËfi lJl,+ÐÈiltË=t, FFigfâerUaËrJp
Devention ËftÉËt&
Left: off; Right: sreen
FS
Left: green; R¡ght: green.
Ë4ãR
p
Èfi)keìIâä
HCP100S RF module parameters
p
MËåiË;t
SWASHPLATE SETTING:
iht!+âËrtigË,
PARAMETER
RESET:Execute
TYPE:HELICOPTER
SWASH:H-1
MODUL:PPM
ATL:ON
Select helicopter mode, Servo NORM, then set the output as ppM
( se rvo N o R M) . EËìËfÈåEËËUp p MÊ9tË=t
specifications are as follows:
Ëftl3ìEÊåEigËÈËfl+/t+ßËfflËrt
TE,)t6#.:
+'
TYPE SELECT: HELI
Servo TYPE : Servo NORM
I END POINT ]
I THR€URVE ]
(NORM)
1 A|LE
2 ELEV
3ll{Ro
8t85
8t85
PO NT
100/100
4 RUDD 7fÌ¡¡0
5 GYRO 10ù100
6 PICH ss/ss
I REVERSE I
IREV SWI
IHR
REC
I THRO CURV ] N
ÂILE ELEV RUD GER
REC REC NORM PEC
POINÍ-L 0%
I
2
PIT
REC
3
H
I TRVL ADJ
[PIT CUHVI N
I
THR AILE ELEV RUD GER
1æ% AO% 8SA. L70% 1@%
1W% æ./. 8S% R7o/" 100"/"
ô5.Á
Bsq
65%
85%
POINT.L 35%
PIT
1 45%
2 50%
3 75./"
55./.
H 1m.¿
55%
I THRO CURV ] ST-1
95%
95"4
3 95%
8
NI
POINÌ-L
1 1NH
2 50"/"
3 1NH
H 1007.
-30
-m
Ë*iÊ!P:
MoDEL
1.TYPE(Ë4tÊF
Ê'Iü[
):
2.swRSH(ÊÈ'frlËfi)
1-NRM FfiË+IitË=T
16
PO NT
I
.100
2
-50
-25
3
4 +0
+50
6
00
Walkera radio settings f or the HCP't 00S
m + Ë+fi Ë tn + Hc P 1 oosË E:¿*Êiyâ#\
O%
I Prr-cuRvE ](rDL)
-0
+25
+1
lPrT.cuRVl sT-r
100
95
95
95
95
95
95
.10
95%
HELI
'15
PO
THRO:NOR
ÊUDD: REV
GYRO: NOR
PllC: NOR
POINT.L 95%
1
2
-t 0
.2 85
.3 85
'4 85
'5 85
685
.7 85
I P|T-CURVE ]
(NoRM)
AILE: NoR
ELEV:NOR
I THR-CURVE ](rDL)
5
7
+25
+70
+100
Flysky FS THgX radio settings for the HGp100S
E¿FS-rHex Ètn * Hc P 1 oosËïäågâë!
FUNCTION MENU
¡/¡ÉE*ë:
Remove the default 2 4GHz module
REVSW(EfÐìqË)
ftÆ2.AcÊrxxftlFT.
ELEV (REV)
ArLE(REV)
System menu:
THRo(REV)
1. Type SELE
RUDD(NORM)
GEAR(NORM)
PITCH(REV)
GYRO(NORM)
Heli- Heli 1
2. Mode UAT PPM
( SYSTEM)
^tñ*Ê:
l.tÊ4ìËÍ+rvPE
SELE
HELtËf|,fl
HELt 1 +ÊÈtlLËit
Z.tÊ=TJÊFVODE UAT PPM
rBvBD(ßÈfilfiÊìqË)
THHoLD(€ttrrÊ)
ELEV: U6s% D657"
AILE: L55% F55%
THFO:H100"¿ Ll0O%
AUùDIL7O./. AT0"â
GEAR:+10O% -100%
STATÊ: ACT
PITCH; H55"/" L557o
GYRO: +'100% -1007.
tùffi*+,
THcRv (NORMiÊf-1fi4)
(FUNCTION)
THCRV NORM
'AIIT4
E IË]iqñREVERSE
rHcRV (3DiÉllt4)
SRVHD
YES
MODE
NORM
POINT
SRVHD
YES
MOOE
ELEV (BEV)
arLE(NOR)
sT.
THRO(REÐ
P-L:
P-3:85%
P-L:
P-1 i
P-2:
P-M :
P-3:
85%
P-H:857ê
P-H:
1
FUDD(REV)
GEÂR(NOR)
PrTCH(BEV)
POINI
0c¿
P-l : a5%
P-2 | A5è/"
P-M : 85%
P{:
l0O%
%7o
95%
95%
95%
POINT
-L
æ/"
POTNT
-L
/t0%
1 A5%
2 85%
3 85./"
H 85%
P-41 95h
957o
iÈlltä
PrcRv(NoRM6Etgli)
rHcRv
ffiËtä
3D
Ptr/cv NoRM
PrcRv(3DffiEEt4¿)
SRVHD
YES
MODE
NORM
POINT
P-L: -35%
P-1 : 4O1o
P-2 t -25/"
P-M | + O"/c
SRVHD
YES
MODE
P-3i +33'h
P-3i
+3TÂ
P-H:
+70"/.
+100%
P4t
sT- l
POINT
P.L: -100%
P-l
i
-S3P/"
POINT
1
2
3
¡l
-L
95%
14î
2 50%
3 70yo
H 90%
95v.
gs.h
95%
95!/o
P-2. -27Y.
P-M: 0%
P4:
+7O"/"
P-H: +100"/"
17
18
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Parts
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NO
POtNt
1
2
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CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CHg
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HOV PIT
HOV THRO
PIT TRII'
THFO HOLD
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6 P|CH 5tl/50
lq
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t#ffR
6
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Main rotor hub
Vlain rotor hub o-rinq
Stepped rinq
2
4
screws M2.ox8 0
2
Blade orip (main blade)
2
1
2
2
Pull rod
En*++Ê&Æât
2
1
1
1
(BOTTOM)
1
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I
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Ðft
1C
ÉÊÊËd1 Linear servo
20
21
EÞl++4lÌ*lB¿L screws
Êl&ffi Receiver board
22
:ÈltrïF Receiver tray
1
;ETÆ4rh' Anti-v¡bration mou nt
1
dl,itE
1
Servo pushrod
3
Pushrod
1
M1
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6
2
Canoov
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canopy srommets
4
En*++ÊI{$å¿¿ screws M12x3 0*Ë!
4
Éiú li-po battery
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7.4V 450mAh 25C
2A
f$Sff{!
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30
ËË9Ê Landinq gear
SÃ
Main shaft qear
1
1
Bearino
31
WfEÈÊ
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EE
E-B¡Ê
Carbon f ber lail boom
1
Ta¡l motor pedestal
1
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RÊ*E*Tail
1
34
35
36
37
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t
38
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hardware
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23
24
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20
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