Here’s the Potensic A20 Drone User Manual for you to check out.
Here’s the full instructions manual for Potensic A20 Drone.
Overview of drone and transmitter:
- Main Parameter
- Exploded View
- Brief Introduction for Button Functions
- Transmitter Battery Installation
Open the transmitter’s battery cover and place 3 AAA batteries inside taking into account the polarity indicators and finally closing it.
- Charging Instructions for Drone Battery
- Assemble/Disassemble for Propellers
- Diagram of Battery Loading and Unloading
- Precautions Before Flying
Verify that the drone’s transmitter and battery are both completely charged. Please confirm that the transmitter’s left stick is in the centre place.
Please take the proper steps to turn on the transmitter/drone. Turn on the transmitter first, then the drone, before lighting. Next to fight, Turn on the transmitter first, then the drone. Turning ON/OFF incorrectly may result in the drone losing control.
Make that the battery, motor, etc. are installed properly. A drone crash could result from improper operation, which could lead to a motor flaw, a barrier to you from flying, and other problems.
Please visit the regional distributor to purchase fresh components so that the drone performance will improve
- Syncing Frequencies
Activate the drone. The drone body lights will initially burn out quickly. When it progressively burns out, frequency pairing has begun.
The transmitter’s power indication light quickly goes out when it is turned on. Release the left stick once it is at the lowest position.
Successful frequency pairing is indicated by the transmitter’s power indicator turning solid and the transmitter beeping.
- Take Off
When this button is pressed after a successful calibration, the drone will automatically lift up and hover at an altitude of about 1.2 metres.
- Emergency Landing
When the frequency is successful, push the right stick as shown in the figure.
Pushing the left stick before pairing is not advisable.
Please throw it away once the drone’s front body lights up three times before becoming solid, signaling it is calibrated and completed.
- Unlocking and Locking the Motor
- Flight Control
- Altitude Hold Mode
The hovering position is calculated by an intelligent control mechanism, making it simpler for beginners to use.
Release the stick, and the drone will continue to hover while taking sharp aerial pictures and movies.
- High/Medium/Low Speed Mode Switch
- Headless Mode
Headless Mode is NOT the default option. In headless mode, users can control the drone without worrying about orientation (left is always left and right, no matter which way the drone is pointed).
The Headless Mode is intended for new users, those who operate the drone in bright light or from a distance, or those who have trouble determining the drone’s orientation. Before stepping out or in, you can turn on the headless mode feature.
Your drone should be flying in a direction that is parallel to you when in headless mode. Keep your transmitter facing you at all times and DON’T change its direction. (See image below.)
- Low Battery Alarm
The transmitter will beep when the battery is low to alert the operator to land the drone as soon as possible and change the batteries.
Or the drone could be flying erratically. The LED light on the drone’s back will briefly shine and then turn off if the battery is low. Then, kindly land the drone as soon as you can and swap out the batteries.
- Out Of Range Alarm
The LED light on the drone’s back will shine for twice as long before stopping for one second when it is out of range or nearly at the maximum remote control distance.
The drone should then be brought back to a safe distance as quickly as you can to avoid losing control.
- Spare Parts
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