Here’s the Parrot Mambo FPV Drone User Manual for you to check out.
Here’s the full instructions manual for Parrot Mambo FPV Drone.
Presentation of Parrot Mambo FPV:
- LED Lights
- Micro USB Port
- Charging LED
- Battery Location
- On/Off Button
Introducing the Parrot FlyPad:
- On/Off LED Light
- Charging LED
- Micro USB Connector
- Smartphone Holder Location
Presentation Of The Parrot Cockpit Glasses:
The Parrot Cockpitglasses 2 can be used with a smartphone and the Parrot Flypad.
Presentation Of HD Camera:
Charging the Battery of the Parrot Mambo FPV:
Charging the Parrot Flypad’s Battery:
Connect the Parrot Flypad Battery to the Parrot Mambo FPV:
Connecting the Camera to the Parrot Mambo FPV:
Using the Parrot Cockpit Glasses:
- Interpupillary Distance Adjustment
- Precautions While Wearing Parrot Cockpit Glasses 2
The default setup is how it is now. The Parrot Flypad commands can be changed and personalized using the FreeFlight Mini software. Not all Parrot Mambo accessories support acrobatics.
Both your Parrot Mambo and your Parrot Flypad settings are programmable.
How to do it:
Download the free version of the FreeFlight Mini app by logging into the App Store® or Google PlayTM.
Hulls: Connect the Parrot Mambo’s arms to the hulls. By pressing downward, make sure the hulls are firmly attached to the Parrot Mambo studs. Gently remove the hulls from the
studs of the Parrot Mambo.
Warning Light Indications:
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