1.1 Make sure the lipo battery is fully charged. The total voltage is 52.2V. It is displayed on HUD
1.2 Make sure the calibration of the accelerometer/compass/airspeed has been done.
1.3 Make sure the orientation of the drone's head is correct.
1.4 Make sure the isn't an error/warning message on HUD
1.5 Make sure the Hdop<1, and Sats>15.
1.6 Make sure there is no building more than 20m within a 100m radius, and no metal around the drone.
1.7 Make sure the drone's head is anti the wind.
1.8 Make sure the servos will react when pushing the knob of the RC controller.
1.9 Make sure the battery of the video transmitter/RC controller is enough.
1.10 Ensure all parts have been installed firmly, including propeller, arms, ailerons, tail, landing gear, antenna, and all buttons.
1.11 Strongly recommend 2 pilots to conduct the mission: one pilot controls the drone through an RC controller while the other pilot takes care of the data from ground control software.
2.1 After the successful connection, click to select the waypoints that need to be executed.
2.2 Click the “Auto route” button and confirm “Yes”, the software will automatically generate take-off and landing waypoints.
2.3 Check that the waypoint area is correct, click the (1) “Write route” button to write the route, confirm “Yes”, and the regular route planning is completed.
3.1 Put the RC throttle at the low position and switch to PosHold mode (SD gear at low position).
3.2 Go to the “Flying” interface, click (1) “Auto” to make the aircraft enter the automatic mode, and then click (2) “ARM / Disarm” to unlock.
3.3 Release the RC throttle to the middle position, the aircraft will take off and execute the route mission in "Auto" mode, and return home automatically.
Attention：Please DO NOT flip the mode gear (SD gear) of the RC during the auto flight unless you want to control the drone manually.
How to control the drone manually: flip the SD gear to choose the flight mode (AltHold, PosHold and RTL).