SwellPro Spry Drone User Manual 2022

Here’s the SwellPro Spry Drone User Manual for you to check out.

Here’s the full instructions manual for SwellPro Spry Drone.

Product Overview:

The first ever small and portable waterproof sports drone is called Spry+. You can record photographs and 4K/30fps video with its totally waterproof fuselage and built-in camera in any weather.

You can experience high-speed flight over water with the competitive power system, feeling ultimate freedom.

The several drone functionalities, assembly instructions, part names, and the drone’s remote controller are all covered in this section.

Drone Illustration:

SwellPro Spry Drone User Manual

Remote Controller Illustration:

FPV Screen OSD Illustration:

SwellPro Spry Drone

Flight Modes:

  • Return Home

SPRY+ has two Return Home modes: Manual Return and Out-of-Range Return.

Manual return and Out-of-range return

Drone Indication Lights:

The fuselage of the drone includes a pair of Drone Nose Lights and Drone Status Lights on the rear arms.

The Red Drone Nose Lights are used to indicate the direction of the nose of the drone, they will be solid red when the drone is powered on.

The rear Drone Status Lights are green and indicate the status of the current flight control system. Please refer to the following table for the different flash modes for the Drone Nose and Status Lights

SwellPro Spry

Propellers:

The 6″ 2-bladed propellers that come with Spry+ are also compatible with the 5″ 3-bladed propellers. Although the 2 blade speed is slower than the 3 blade, the flight time is greater. Propellers can be chosen to meet your needs.

Micro SD Card Installation:

Battery:

A high-voltage lithium battery (LiHV) and accompanying charger are included with the Spry+ charging the drone’s battery Connect the charger.

The charger will be ready when its four status lights begin to flash left and right after three seconds. Utilizing the provided adapter cable, attach the battery to the charger.

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The top port of the charger receives the larger plug from the cable. The plugs don’t need to be forced and can only be inserted one way. Try inserting the plug in the other direction if it seems challenging.

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  • Battery Installation
  • Low Battery Alarm

The Drone Nose Lights will rapidly flash red when the drone battery voltage falls to a low level (10.9V). Warnings will also be displayed on the remote controller for the pilot. “Aircraft Low Battery” will appear on the screen, and the controller will beep and vibrate.

Find a good landing spot as quickly as you can. The airplane will automatically and slowly land in situ if the voltage falls to 10.7V.


The drone’s pilot can change the landing place during auto-landing by using the remote controller, but they must do so within a minute or the battery will over-discharge and the drone may crash.

  • Low-temperature precautions

Remote Controller:

  • Charging Remote Controller Battery

The Spry+ Remote Controller has a built-in battery and charging circuit. Charge the controller using the supplied micro-USB cable and a regular 5V/2A USB charger. Normal charging time is ~90 minutes.

During charging, the remote controller’s power button will glow blue. When charging is complete the blue light will turn off.

Charging is possible during flight if necessary, but the remote must be connected to the drone before connecting the charging cable.

  • Low Battery Alarm

The built-in lithium battery in the remote control provides a 2 hour operating period. The upper right corner of the screen’s battery power icon will turn red and the remote control will beep when the battery is low.

The remaining battery life of the remote control will then be around 10 minutes. The drone should be brought back and landed as soon as you can, or you should plug the controller in to recharge the battery.

  • Remote Controller Operation
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The Spry+ Remote Controller operates using two frequency bands, 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz. The 2.4GHz band is used for drone control and 5.8GHz is for the FPV video signal.

The remote control has a built-in 4.3-inch FPV screen that displays real-time images and flight data of the aircraft.

  • Remote Controller Pairing

Camera:

Spry+’s built-in camera can capture 4K videos and 12 megapixel still images. With its inbuilt WiFi function, you can also use a mobile app to change settings and download videos and photos. This section introduces camera parameters and use.

  • Camera Settings and Use
  • Camera Indicator

Flight:

Please read this handbook carefully and review the instructional videos on our YouTube channel if this is your first time operating a drone.

We advise seeking out expert instruction and direction. When flying, pick a location that suits your abilities. It is recommended that all drone pilots learn about Flying in.

  • Basic knowledge before fly
  • Preparation Before your First Flight (or in a new location)
  • Gyroscope Calibration

The drone senses its direction and position using a gyroscope. The drone will not fly consistently or may constantly lean to one side if the gyroscope is not properly tuned.

If this isn’t fixed right away, the drone can start to lose control and crash. The message “Gyro Calibration” can also appear on the drone’s remote controller screen. Gyroscope calibration is necessary in every one of these circumstances.

  • Compass Calibration

The drone controls its direction of flight using the compass sensor. It is required to calibrate the compass sensor for the local environment because of the magnetic fields of the Earth.

The compass reading is displayed on the Remote controller screen, which also indicates whether the compass sensor needs to be calibrated. When flying forward, if the drone turns on its own, the compass needs to be calibrated.

IMU calibration:

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The drone controls its direction of flight using the compass sensor. It is required to calibrate the compass sensor for the local environment because of the magnetic fields of the Earth.

The compass reading is displayed on the Remote controller screen, which also indicates whether the compass sensor needs to be calibrated. When flying forward, if the drone turns on its own, the compass needs to be calibrated.

Starting / Stopping the Motors:

Basic Flight Steps:

Water Take-off and Landing:

Take-off and Landing from a Boat:

There must be enough room for takeoff while operating from a boat; otherwise, the drone should be launched from the water.

Instead of landing on a boat that is shaking or in an area where there is not enough room for a safe landing, it is safer and simpler to land the Spry+ on the water next to a boat.

The Spry+ may not arm its motors in GPS mode if the boat is rocking. If this is the case, cautiously launch in ATTI mode and, if there are enough satellites, switch to GPS mode.

APP Control:

The Spry+ remote controller has a built-in WI-FI module that can be used to connect your mobile device and control the aircraft to perform various intelligent automatic flight modes with the Spry+ APP.

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  • Tap to Fly
  • Flight Path Setting

Flight Safety:

Battery Related:

Maintenance:

Trouble Shooting:

Disclaimer and Warning:

Appendix:

  • Specifications
  • Warranty & After Sale Service

Version Information:

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