QVC MINI ORION LIVE FEED DRONE MANUAL v12 copy

QVC MINI ORION LIVE FEED DRONE MANUAL v12 copy
LIVE FEED PICTURE / VIDEO CAMERA
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I N S T R U C T I O N
M A N U A L
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing this amazing World Tech Toys product. This drone is suitable for indoor
and outdoor flight. Please carefully read the entire manual before operating this drone and keep it
for reference in the future.
SAFETY & PRECAUTIONS
1. Important Instructions
(1) This product is not a toy but a precision piece of equipment with integrated technologies
of mechanics, electronic, air dynamics and radio frequencies. In order to avoid accidents,
the operator must read these instructions carefully. Use safety precautions when operating,
if operated incorrectly, serious physical injury and/or property loss may occur.
(2) This product is suitable for operators with previous hobby flying experience, age 14 and up.
(3) Only fly in a safe environment that is legal for remote control flying.
(4) We do not take any responsibility for the operation and control of this device
and related safety responsibilities.
2. Safety Instructions
(1) Operate far away from obstacles and crowds.
This drone has uncertain flying speed and conditions which present potential danger.
Fly away from people and animals, high buildings, high voltage wiring, etc. Avoid bad weather
conditions, wind, rain, thunder, and other conditions to ensure a safe and fun flying environment.
(2) Avoid high temperatures.
This drone is made of metal, carbon fiber, plastic, electronic components and
other materials. Keep away from any heat source and avoid using in high temperatures
such as hot sunny days to avoid transformation and broken parts resulting from the heat.
3. Flight Environment
The inside of this drone is integrated with precision electric and mechanical parts,
avoid water and wet environments. Water can enter the aircraft and result in part breakdown
and accidents may occur.
3. Attention Before Flying
(1) It is recommended that the flying area is at least an area of 25ft x 25ft x 15ft.
(2) Be sure that the transmitter and drone batteries are fully charged.
(3) Be sure that the throttle is at its lowest position to avoid premature flight.
(4) Before playing turn on the drone first, then turn on the transmitter. Incorrect
operation may result in failure and the possible influencing of other devices in area.
(5) Ensure that all plugs and wires are secure and in place, rocking during flight
may loosen over time.
DRONE DIAGRAM
Rear Rotor Blades
Battery Bay
LED Lights
Landing Skid
Front Rotor Blades
Live Feed
Picture/Video Camera
TRANSMITTER DIAGRAM
Live Feed Screen
Power Switch
Speed Modes
Throttle Trim
Ascend/Descend
[Left/Right Turning]
Left/Right Turning Trim
Return Assist
Light
Autopilot
Antenna
Power Indicator
Flip Stunt Mode
Forward/Backward Trim
Forward/Backward
[Left/Right Sideways Flight]
Left/Right Sideways Trim
Easy Mode
Photo Button
Video Record Button
INSTALLING THE TRANSMITTER BATTERIES
Battery Cover
First remove the screw on the
battery cover and remove the
battery cover itself. Then
install 4 AA batteries. Make
sure they are installed with the
correct polarity. Replace the
battery cover and screw.
CAUTION:
4 AA Batteries
(Not included.)
1. Make sure the polarity of the
batteries are correctly installed.
2. Do not mix old and new
batteries.
3. Do not mix different types
of batteries.
INSTALLING THE DRONE BATTERY
WIFI
F/C
ON
Open the battery compartment as
shown. Connect the red plug on the
battery to the power port inside. Insert
battery into compartment and close
the cover.
OFF
Locate the On/Off Switch on the
underside of the drone. Switch to the
ON position to power on the drone.
CHARGING THE DRONE BATTERY
WIFI
ON
F/C
OFF
Switch off the power and open the
battery compartment. Disconnect
the battery cable from the drone and
remove the battery from the drone
before charging.
Plug the included USB charging cable to a computer. The LED light on
the USB charger will turn on. Connect the battery pack and the LED light
will turn off. The LED light will turn back on when the battery is fully
charged. A full charge will take approximately 60-70 minutes.
DO NOT CHARGE THE BATTERY OVERNIGHT
DO NOT CHARGE THE BATTERY WITHOUT SUPERVISION
BATTERY PACK SPECIFICATIONS
Battery Type
Battery Specification
Usage Duration
Charge Time
Li-Ion Battery
3.7V 600mAh
Flight Duration 6 minutes
Charging Time 60-70 minutes
CA UTIO N W HI L E CH A R GIN G:
Do not charge with batteries still installed. Do not charge battery unsupervised. Do not immediately charge after
use. Do not overcharge battery. Ideal charge time is 60-70 minutes. Overcharging can cause a catastrophic
failure. Always charge on dry and ventilated areas away from any heat source or flammable materials. Always
use the original USB charging cable provided. Promptly change and replace old or defective batteries.
INSTALLING THE LIVE FEED SCREEN
Live Feed Screen Parts
A
Follow the steps below to install
the live feed screen onto the
transmitter. Ensure that screen is
secure to avoid damage to your
screen or transmitter.
B
OFF
ON
SCREWS
2.
A
OF
F
ON
OF
F
ON
1.
Take the Live Feed Screen Part A and
slide it onto the antenna from the
front of the transmitter as shown
above.
3.
B
Flip the Transmitter over and slide the
Live Feed Screen Part B onto the
opposite side of the Part A as shown
above.
4.
Take the 2 screws and firmly screw
Part B into Part A.
OFF
ON
CHARGING THE LIVE FEED SCREEN
Plug the included USB charging cable into a computer. The LED light on the USB charger will turn
on. Connect the live feed screen and the LED light will turn off while charging. The LED light will turn
back on when the internal battery is fully charged. Charging will take approximately 80-90 minutes.
DO NOT CHARGE THE BATTERY OVERNIGHT
DO NOT CHARGE THE BATTERY WITHOUT SUPERVISION
OFF
ON
HOW TO USE THE LIVE FEED SCREEN
Turn on the live feed screen by flipping the switch
located on the lower right side of screen from OFF to
ON. The screen will display “NO SIGNAL” until the
drone is turned on and connected to the camera. Use
the live feed screen to see your drones camera feed,
photo and video info, as well as the battery level for
the live feed screen. Below are the three screens you
may see while operating the drone.
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HD
NO SIGNAL/
LOW POWER
00:09:46
NO SIGNAL
This means the drone is not
connected to the live feed screen.
Turn on the drone to connect and
see the live feed from camera.
LOW POWER
This means the live feed screen
battery is low and needs to be
recharged. Turn off everything
and charge the screen before
using again.
PHOTOS
After taking a photo, a number
will appear next to the screens
battery level. This number
indicates how many more photos
can be taken based on space
available on the installed memory
card.
VIDEOS
After taking a video, numbers will
appear in the bottom right corner
of the screen and “HD” will appear
in the top left. This number
indicates how long the current
video has been recording for in
Hours:Minutes:Seconds. After
the recording has been stopped
the number will change to how
much video can be recorded
based on space available on the
installed memory card.
INSTALLING THE ROTOR GUARDS
B
A
The drone comes with 4 rotor guards that snap into place.
You do not need to screw the rotor guards down to the
drone.
The rotor guards need to be installed in a specific way for
them to work properly. Layout the 4 rotor guards and
identify which rotors are A or B by comparing them to the
illustration to the left.
A
B
Pop the rotors into place in the correct locations as
shown in the illustration to the right. Make sure the A
rotor guards are on the A rotors and the B rotor guards
are on the B rotors.
B
A
A
B
To finish it off, you’ll need to snap the 2 tabs into place. To do this just line up the rotor guards so the tabs
are above the holes below the rotor, place your finger on the tab and push down while pulling the tab toward
you. Do this for both tabs. Make sure you don’t use excessive force when installing the rotor guards.
INSTALLING THE MEMORY CARD
Memory Card Installation: Insert the memory card into the slot, lightly press until the memory card clicks
into place.
Removing Memory Card: Press the memory card to eject the card. If the drone is on you will see a
steady BLUE LED LIGHT and a BLINKING RED LED LIGHT unless the memory card is properly
inserted.
CAMERA INDICATOR LIGHT
The Camera indicator light is located underneath
the drone’s camera. The illustration to the right
points out where it is located.
CAMERA INDICATOR LIGHT
• BLUE: Camera Standby Status
PHOTO
BUTTON
RECORD VIDEO
BUTTON
• BLUE + RED: Recording Video
• BLUE + RED FLASHES ONCE: Taking Photo
TAKING PHOTOS: Make sure both the remote and
drone are on and you’ve gone through the syncing
process first. Press the Photo button to take a single
image. The remote will beep once and the RED LED on
the camera will flash once to indicate a picture has been
taken. The photos will be saved to the installed memory
card. Photos taken are 1.92 megapixels (1600 x 1200
resolution) and saved in .jpeg format.
NOTE: Pictures cannot be taken while camera
Recording Video.
RECORDING VIDEO: Make sure both the remote and
drone are on and you’ve gone through the syncing
process first. Press the Record Video button to start
recording video, you should hear a single beep from the
remote. Press the button again to stop recording, you will
hear another single beep from the remote. The video will
be saved to the installed memory card. Video is recorded
at 720p 30fps in .avi format.
VIEWING VIDEO/PHOTO FILES ON THE COMPUTER
If you want to view your video or photo files from the drone on your computer, you’ll have to transfer them
over first. Videos and photos can be viewed using media players. If you are having issues viewing your
drone videos, try downloading and viewing the video files with VLC media player.
VLC media player
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html
Download the latest version for the operating system you are using and install the VLC program.
Restart your computer if necessary.
Once the USB adapter with the memory card is plugged in, Windows AutoPlay will give you
options to quickly access files saved, select “Open folder to view files” to go directly to the files
location on card.
In Mac, locate the memory cards mounted image and open folder to access the saved files.
Right click video files and select “Open with” to select VLC media player and open and view
video files.
To save time in the future select “Choose default program...” to select VLC as the program to
open the selected file type. Once set files will automatically open in VLC media player when
double clicked to open.
PREFLIGHT PREP / SYNCING THE DRONE TO THE REMOTE
1. Make sure the battery pack is connected, in the battery bay and the battery cover is closed
securely.
2. Flip the switch on the bottom of the drone to the ON position and place the drone on a flat
surface with no obstructions in its flight path. The drone’s LED lights will begin to flash.
3. Turn on the Remote Control using the switch at the center of the remote. The remotes power
indicator will start flashing.
4. Push the left joystick on the remote all the way down, then all the way up, then all the way
back down again. The remote will beep twice and the LED lights on the drone and the power
indicator light on the remote will stop flashing. This means the drone is paired. (If this does not
occur, turn off the remote and drone and try again.
5. Once paired, the drone is ready to fly. All you need to do is press the AUTOPILOT button on
the remote and the rotors will start to spin. Slowly press up the on throttle stick to take off. It is
STRONGLY recommended that you use the drone outdoors during initial flights.
FLYING THE DRONE
Before flying the drone for the first time please read the instructions carefully and make sure you
fully understand how to control your drone.
AUTOPILOT BUTTON
AUTOPILOT
Once you’ve gone through the flight preparation,
press the AUTOPILOT button once and the drone’s
rotor will start to spin. You can now slowly press up
on the throttle stick and the drone will take off.
Once the drone is in the air, press the AUTOPILOT
button again and the drone will slowly descend and
land and the rotors will eventually stop spinning.
YOU MUST PRESS THE AUTOPILOT BUTTON TO START THE
ROTORS SPINNING. YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO TAKE OFF UNTIL
YOU PRESS THE AUTOPILOT BUTTON.
BASIC FLIGHT CONTROLS
Throttle
Ascend
Descend
Forward/Backward
Forward
Backward
Move Left/Move Right
Move Left
Left Turn/Right Turn
Move Right
Left Turn
Right Turn
FLYING THE DRONE CONTINUED
EMERGENCY STOP
If the drone crashes or to avoid a collision you will
need to do an EMERGENCY STOP.
Push the left joystick to the bottom left and push the
right joystick to the bottom right at the same time and
hold the position until the drone shuts down.
The rotor blades should stop immediately when
performing an EMERGENCY STOP.
WARNING: The drone will fall to the ground if you
perform the EMERGENCY STOP while the drone
is in flight.
SPECIAL ACTIONS
SPEED CONTROL
RETURN ASSIST
FLIP STUNT MODE
EASY MODE
SPEED CONTROL
The drone has 3 speed settings. Low, medium and high speed. The drone will always default to low speed
when you first turn it on. Press the SPEED CONTROL button once and you will hear 2 beeps, meaning it is
now on medium speed. Press the SPEED CONTROL button again and you will hear 3 beeps, meaning it is
now on high speed. Press the button again to cycle back to low speed.
FLIP STUNT MODE
Have the drone hover at least 10 feet off the ground. Press the Flip Stunt Button and push the right joystick in the
direction you want the drone to perform a single flip.
RETURN ASSIST
Press the RETURN ASSIST button once while the drone is in flight and the drone will slowly start to fly
toward the pilot. You will still need to guide the drone with the right joysticks left and right movement to avoid
any obstacles.
EASY MODE
Simplifies drone flight use by limiting command directions based on your direction. Use Easy Mode when you
are having difficulty telling which direction the drone is pointing because of distance. Press the Easy Mode
button once to activate it. Press again to deactivate it.
ADJUSTING THE TRIM
When drone moves with no directional transmitter input, adjust the trim controls until hovering is stable.
If the drone is spinning to the left, push the Left Turn/Right Turn Trim button to the RIGHT until the
drone stops spinning.
If the drone is spinning to the right, push the Left Turn/Right Turn Trim button to the LEFT until the
drone stops spinning.
Left Turn/Right Turn
Trim
If the drone is moving forward, push the Forward/Backward Trim button DOWN until the drone stops
moving forward.
If the drone is moving backward, push the Forward/Backward Trim button UP until the drone stops
moving backward.
Forward
Forward/Backward
Trim
Backward
If the drone is moving left, push the Move Left/Move Right Trim button to the RIGHT until the drone
stops moving left.
If the drone is moving right, push the Move Left/Move Right Trim button to the LEFT until the drone
stops moving right.
Move Left
Move Left/Move Right
Trim
Move Right
REPLACING THE ROTORS
The rotors may become damaged during a collision. The drone comes with 4 spare rotors. Please
replace damaged rotors immediately.
B
A
A
B
The drone comes with 2 A rotors and 2 B rotors. The A and B rotors need to installed on specific
locations on the drone for it to fly properly. Check the bottom of the rotors to see if they’re either A or B
rotors and use the illustration above to install them in the correct location.
Use the included screwdriver
and unscrew and remove the
screw on the rotor blade.
Remove the damaged rotor
blade. Make sure you don’t
misplace the screw.
Place the correct A or B rotor
blade on top of the metal peg.
Line up the hole on the peg
with the hole on the rotor.
Replace the screw on the rotor
blade. Repeat the process for
any other rotor blades that
need replacing.
POST FLIGHT
After you are done flying the Drone make sure the battery pack on the drone is disconnected and the
transmitter power is turned off. If you are not going to use the drone for a long period of time, please
remove the AA batteries to prevent the batteries from draining or leaking.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Drone is synced to the remote but
the rotors won’t start spinning.
You haven’t “started” the drone by
pressing the AUTOPILOT button.
Press the AUTOPILOT button once.
Drone is unresponsive. The
Transmitter light keeps flashing.
Transmitter is not syncing with
drone.
Go through the syncing process.
Drone is unresponsive.
Transmitter and or drone
is not powered ON.
Turn both transmitter and drone ON.
Transmitter batteries are
installed incorrectly.
Install the batteries with the
correct polarity.
Transmitter batteries are drained.
Install fresh batteries to the transmitter.
Transmitter light is ON. Drone is
unresponsive.
Drone’s battery pack
is drained.
Charge the drone’s battery pack.
Drone’s rotors spins
but doesn’t take off.
Rotor blades are damaged.
Replace the damaged rotor blades.
Drone’s battery pack is drained.
Charge the drone’s battery pack.
Drone is not on a
flat surface.
Place the drone on a flat surface
before attempting to take off.
Drone is shaking when flying.
Rotor blades are damaged.
Replace the damaged rotor blades.
Drone moves while hovering
without transmitter input.
Trim needs to be adjusted.
Adjust the trim.
Drone still moves forward after
adjusting the trim.
Gyroscope midpoint is off.
Turn off both transmitter and drone.
Go through power on process and make
sure you place the drone on a flat
surface before taking off.
NOTES
NOTES
Website: www.worldtechtoys.com
Email:
customerserv@worldtechtoys.com
Phone:
(877) 498-8697
Monday - Friday / 9:00AM - 5:00PM / Pacific Time
SPECIFICATIONS,
COLORS AND CONTENT
MAY VARY FROM ILLUSTRATIONS
MADE IN CHINA
WWW.WORLDTECHTOYS.COM
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