Here’s the Blue Heron FPV Drone User Manual for you to check out.
Here’s the full instructions manual for Blue Heron FPV Drone.
General Safety Precautions:
LI-PO Battery Care:
Your batteries will sometimes be warm/hot to the touch after use. This is normal, but beware that battery components will fail if not allowed to cool down between uses.
Do not allow batteries to be exposed to direct sunlight. Store batteries at room temperature
Drone Battery Charging:
Contents and Drone Overview:
Transmitter Battery Installation:
- Propellers Removal/Installation
Removal – Use the screwdriver to remove set screw, then lift propeller up
Installation – Replace with a new propeller with the same rotation direction.
- Motor Replacement
- Battery Installation
- Landing Gear Installation
Install the left and right landing gear to the bottom housing position, then use the screwdriver to tighten the screws in the clockwise direction.
- Camera Installation
- Camera Wire Connection Diagram
- Frequency Paring
- Checklist Before Flight
- Calibration Instruction
The Drone becomes imbalanced after crashing and the trim buttons are not balancing the drone adequately.
Basic Flight Controls:
- Hover Up and Down
To fly the drone up, push the THROTTLE/RUDDER STICK up, and to fly it down, draw the THROTTLE/RUDDER STICK down.
- Fly Forward and Backward
To fly the drone ahead, push the DIRECTION CONTROL STICK up, and to fly it backward, drag the DIRECTION CONTROL STICK down.
- Fly Left and Right
To fly the drone to the left, move the DIRECTION CONTROL STICK to the left, and to the right, move the DIRECTION CONTROL STICK.
- Rotate Left and Right
Turn the drone to the left by moving the THROTTLE/RUDDER STICK to the left, and to the right by moving the THROTTLE/RUDDER STICK to the right.
- Forward/Backward Trim
- Left/Right Trim
- Left or Right Rotation Trim
- Take-Off/One Button Take Off/Landing Modes
- Landing Methods
- Altitude Hold Mode
When the drone is in altitude hold mode, it keeps its altitude constant while still providing regular roll, pitch, and yaw controls.
It makes the drone more stable for aerial photography and simpler for beginners to manage.
- High/Speed/Medium Speed Mode Switch
- Heading Hold Mode
The front and back of drones are typically marked by LED lights or colourful propellers.
Users are advised to position the drone’s head away from them before takeoff. Determining which side is the front or back gets challenging when flown in daylight or from a great distance.
Push the Right Stick forward, backward, left, or right to control the drone’s flight while it is in Headless Mode.
- Low Battery Alarm
When the drone battery is low, the transmitter will constantly beep to remind the user to land the drone as soon as possible. The flip function will turn off automatically when the drone battery is low.
- Out of Range Alarm
The transmitter will continuously double beep to alert the operator to fly the drone back as soon as it flies beyond the maximum remote control distance. Otherwise, the drone can veer off course and lose control.
- Motors Stuck Protection
Getting to Know Your App:
Jon is a passionate photographer and videographer who has been flying DJI drones for over 5 years. He loves the freedom and creativity that comes with capturing aerial footage and the unique perspective it provides. Jon is always on the lookout for new locations to explore and capture with his DJI drones. His favorite DJI drone is the Mavic 2 Pro, which he uses to capture stunning 4K footage with its Hasselblad camera. Jon is always eager to share his knowledge and experience with other drone enthusiasts and is a member of several online drone communities. When he’s not flying his DJI drone, Jon enjoys hiking, camping, and spending time with his family.