Here’s the PowerVision PowerEgg X – Drone User Manual for you to check out.
Here’s the full instructions manual for PowerVision PowerEgg X Drone
Before using PowerVision for the first time, it is advised to watch all of the tutorial videos on the official site and read the Safety Guidelines and Disclaimer.
Read the Quick Start Guide to get ready for your first day. Please see the User Manual, Safety Guidelines, and Disclaimer for Smart Batteries for further information. Please read the Quick Start Guide before using the water-resistant accessories.
Download App and Watch the Tutorial Video:
About the PowerEgg X:
- AI Camera Mode
By linking your phone to the PowerEgg X’s Wi-Fi, you may access the AI Camera Mode. Control the AI camera with the Vision+ 2 App and see your creations in real-time. The battery life1 is 3.5 hours at its maximum.
- Drone Mode
PowerEgg X can hover steadily indoors and outdoors, make an independent return to its home, detect impediments, and fly in Smart Flight modes thanks to its forward vision system, downward vision system, and ultrasonic sensors 2.
The High Precision Steady Gimbal Camera can record fluid 4K 60fps videos in the highest possible clarity. The longest possible ight time1 is 30 minutes.
Diagram of PowerEgg X Parts:
- Drone Diagram
- Remote Controller Diagram
User Sign Up:
How to Sign In:
- Sign in with a verification code
- Sign in with a password
- Operating Steps
In each mode, PowerEgg X’s firmware needs to be upgraded. The remote controller and drone’s firmware will both be upgraded while in drone mode.
Only the drone’s software will be updated when in AI camera mode. If both the drone and remote controller firmware in the drone mode have fresh updates, the drone firmware will often be updated first before the remote controller.
Firmware upgrades come in two varieties: required and optional.
Bug fixes and performance enhancements are recommended updates but are not required.
The gadget will still function normally even if the updates are skipped. Critical updates are those that must be applied in order for the device to function; they are mandatory.
The three steps of the software update are downloading, transmitting, and installing. Be patient as the upgrade is being done. It will automatically move on to the following step after finishing each step.
AI Camera Mode:
- Prepare the AI Camera
- Introduction to Vision+ 2 App
- Slow Motion
- Autonomous Personal AI Camera
- Gesture Control
PowerEgg X will begin taking images or recording videos on its own when it recognizes certain actions you make.
- Gimbal Settings
- Live Streaming
With PowerEgg X, you may not only capture fantastic films but also live stream the wonderful moments to your loved ones and other people.
Currently, PowerEgg X supports live streaming on the Weibo Live Streaming Platform.
- Preparing the Drone
- Prepare the Remote Controller
PowerEgg X has a remote controller that can be used to fly the drone while also receiving a signal from a selected data link and sending real-time, high-resolution video back to your mobile device via the Vision+ 2 App.
Operations of the Remote Controller:
- Powering On or Off
- Operating the Gimbal Camera
- Operating the Remote Controller
Three different piloting settings are available: Right-hand Throttle Mode (Mode 1), Left-hand Throttle Mode (Mode 2), and Chinese Throttle Control Mode (Mode 3).
The Vision+ 2 App also allows you to modify your mode. Mode 2 is advised for new users. Piloting mode is set to Mode 2 by default in the factory. Mode 2 is used as an example throughout the whole user manual to demonstrate how to utilise the remote controller.
- Controlling the Drone
- Switching Fight modes
- Return-To-Home (RTH) ButtonCustomizable Button
- Power saving hibernation
After five minutes of inactivity, the remote controller will beep, and you can reset it by toggling any stick. After more than 10 minutes of inactivity, the remote controller will turn off automatically.
- Optimize the transmission zone
The antennas should be parallel to the drone and pointed in the same direction as illustrated below for the transmission between the drone and remote controller to be as reliable as possible.
Introduction of the Drone:
Drone Status Indicator:
On the drone body of the PowerEgg X are light status indicators (tail light) and mode status indicators (headlights).
The front of the drone contains mode status indicators that show if PowerEgg X has been converted to drone mode.
The indicators will always be solid red when in drone mode.
The drone’s flight status display shows how well the drone’s light control system is working.
- Flight Status Indicator (Tail Light)
Prior to delivery, the drone and remote control were linked. The three LEDs on the controller’s left side flicker sequentially to show that the remote controller is looking for and attempting to connect with the drone.
When the blink ends, the drone and remote controller have established a successful connection.
- Cautions for use
- Replace the propellers
PowerEgg X is equipped with forward-facing and downward-facing stereo vision cameras, as well as vision technologies that enable it to see obstacles in those directions and analyse its surroundings to better comprehend its situations. The drone’s nose and bottom both house the forward and downward vision systems.
- Detecting Range
- Using the Vision System
Basic Flight Modes:
The drone is quicker and more nimble in:
- P Mode (Professional Flight Mode).
- N Mode (Normal Flight Mode): When utilising the GPS module or Vision Positioning System, use this mode to get exact hover positioning and to make the most of the smart light settings. With a top ight speed of 10 m/s, the maximum ight attitude angle is 30 °. (22.37 mph). The maximum light speed and maximum attitude will be restricted to 3 m/s and 15 degrees when the GPS signal is weak, respectively.
- E Mode (Easy Flight Mode): With a maximum flight speed of 1 m/s, the drone is at its easiest to manage.
Return-to-home procedures come in three different flavours: Smart RTH, Smart Low Battery RTH, and Failsafe RTH. A successful home point recording is necessary for the return-to-home function, hence a strong GPS signal is required.
- Smart RTH
Long pressing the RTH button on the remote control or hitting the button in the Vision+ 2 App and sliding to the right side will start Smart RTH. The drone will correct its nose direction after takeoff and begin to return.
You can halt the return at any time by briefly pressing the RTH button on the remote control or by tapping “Stop” in the Vision+ 2 App. You can take back control of the drone once you’ve left smart RTH.
- Smart Low Battery RTH
Based on the user’s current location, PowerEgg X will intelligently determine whether the battery level is sufficient. The Vision+ 2 App will prompt you to conduct the RTH function if the remaining battery power is only sufficient to complete the return process.
To stop the return, briefly press and hold the RTH button on the remote control once. If you disable the Low Battery RTH and keep flying the drone, it may force itself to land if the battery is dangerously low, which could result in an accidental landing, a drone crash, or even loss.
The drone will automatically begin landing if the battery level is only sufficient for taking off. In this case, you cannot stop the auto-landing, but you can still manage the drone’s horizontal movements when it lands.
- Failsafe RTH
If the remote signal is lost for longer than 2 seconds during the ight, the drone will be taken over by the ight control system and returned to the most recent Home Point that was recorded.
Before making this return, the drone will linger in place for ten seconds before making a direct return to its starting spot.
Smart Flight Mode:
Please make sure the drone is fully charged, the GPS signal is strong, and the remote control is on N mode before launching this mode. To access the menu for the Smart Flight Mode, click from the Vision+ 2 App.
Smart Following Shooting Mode:
- Start Smart Following Shot Function
- Mode selection
- General following: The drone maintains a distance from the target and takes the shortest route to follow it.
- Parallel following: The drone always maintains the shooting angle while keeping a parallel path to the target.
- Target locking: The drone will maintain the subject in the shot but won’t actively follow the subject’s movement.
- Exit the Smart Following
Point of Interest:
The user can regulate the radius and speed of the drone’s y-motion while taking pictures or movies of a target.
Automatic Takeoff and Landing:
- Automatic takeoff
- Automatic landing
Fly in the Rain & Takeoff/Landing on the Water:
If you purchase and use waterproof PowerEgg X accessories, you may experience flying in the shower and taking off and landing on water.
- Water-proof Flight Mode
Make sure the Vision+ 2 is in waterproof drone mode before utilizing a waterproof case or buoyancy aid.
The power of the drone decreases, the flight speed has lower upper limits, the smart flight function functions are deactivated, and the vision systems are also disabled in the waterproof mode.
- Water-proof Drone
- PowerEgg X Waterproof Case
In the rain, a PowerEgg X drone with a waterproof protective case can be used. The PowerEgg X can generally function in humid, rainy situations and other environments where water may splash.
The waterproof protective case establishes a barrier along the contract surface between itself and the arms with rubber sealing strip to avoid harm to the body from water entry.
- PwerEgg X Waterproof Case Installation
Vision System Calibration:
- Software Support
- Preparation before Calibration
- Start Calibration
- Firmware Reading