Hubsan H001 NANO Q4 SE Super Micro Pocket Drone 2.4G 4CH 6-Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter Headless Mode 3D Flip RTF

$19.90 USD
Hubsan H001 NANO Q4 SE Super Micro Pocket Drone 2.4G 4CH 6-Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter Headless Mode 3D Flip RTF

The Quadcopter is extremely small and light. It is super stable and has good response and a quick yaw rate.

Features:
Headless mode
6-Axis Stabilization with Gyro Sensor – High/low speed switch
Perform 360 degree flips and rolls with dedicated “flip mode” transmitter setting – 4-ways flip (left, right, forward, backward)
Transmitter includes storage for the drone
4 bright LED’s
Up to 5 Minutes Flying Time
Outdoor & indoor use
High/low speed switch function for both indoor and outdoor flight
Max speed:3.5 m/s (7.8 MPH) * In windless conditions
Operating Temperature: 0 ° to 40 ° C
Charging protection
Charging time: About 30 minutes
Motor: Brushed Coreless motor
Quadcopter Battery: 3.7V 80mAh, lithium-ion battery (LiPo)
Transmitter battery: 2 x AAA battery (NOT INCLUDED)
4-Channel, 2.4 GHz Transmitter – Controller Model : HT001
Remote Control Range: 25m – Flight Height: 30 meters

2.4GHz transmitter with digital trim – 3 Modes:
1. Normal Mode – One beep pressing down on right joystick (Elevator Stick)
2. Expert Mode – Two beeps pressing down on right joystick (Elevator Stick)
3. Head Locking Mode (Headless Mode) – Two beeps pressing down on left joystick (Throttle Stick)
Aerial Flip Mode – Long press the throttle stick to enter into Flip Mode, indicated by “Beeps”. The “Beeps” will last for 2 seconds. In this 2 seconds, push the accordance sticks to perform the flips.

Ultra stable, smooth flying, has good response and a quick yaw rate
Good flight time for a small battery
Small enough to fly in any size room
Bright LED lights, good for flying at night

Package include:
1 x Quadcopter
1 x 2.4 GHz Transmitter
1 set of Spare Rotor Blades (4)
1 set of Printed Owners Manual/Instructions

Specification:

Weights:
AUW = 7.8 Grams w/battery
One Propeller: 0.05G
Battery: 2.3G
Transmitter: 98.4G

Dimensions:
Quadcopter: 0.86 x 0.86 x 0.39″ (2.18 x 2.18 x 0.99 cm), including propellers 22 x 22 x 10 mm
Controller size: L102mm* W73mm* H53.5mm
Coreless Motor: 4mm x 12mm, Shaft Size: 0.7mm x 4mm
Blade Size: 20.5mm (L) x 3.7mm (W) at the widest point on the blade and the hub length is 4.0mm

SETUP:
1. Switch on the power on the quadcopter and place it on a flat and level surface. The quadcopter lights will be flashing.
2. Switch on the power on the transmitter, after you here one beep from the transmitter, push up the throttle stick, you will here one beep.
3. Pull the throttle stick back down, you will here one beep. The quadcopter is now armed and ready to fly.

Calibrate The Sensors:
1. Switch on the power on the quadcopter and place it on a flat and level surface. The quadcopter lights will be flashing.
2. Switch on the power on the transmitter, after you here one beep from the transmitter, push up the throttle stick, you will here one beep.
3. Pull the throttle stick back down, you will here one beep.

“Do not give any throttle” The quadcopter is now armed and ready to continue on to be calibrated in Step #4 below.

4. Push the left stick to the bottom right, and move the right stick left to right quickly, the 4 LED indicators on quadcopter will blink alternately, calibration succeeded when the indicators stop blinking.

* Use a bubble level to get a perfectly level surface. The quadcopter gyros will always use the calibration setting you set for it as it’s reference point for level so make sure the surface is as level as you can get it.

If the quadcopter is flying/pulling to one direction after your have done the calibration, you can recalibate it again and put some paper in the same direction that the quadcopter is flying/pulling. So if the quadcopter is flying to the right, put some paper under your flat level surface on the right side to tilt the quadcopter to the left.
Then redo the calibration and test fly it and see how it worked.
This will be some trial and error on how much paper to use to counter the flying/pulling in one direction.