Here’s the Yuneec Mantis Q Drone User Manual for you to check out.
Here’s the full instructions manual for Yuncee Mantis Q Drone.
- Remote Controller
- Mobile Device Control
- Remote Controller
Charging The Remote Controller:
Preparing The Aircraft:
Charging The Flight Battery:
SD Card Installation:
Make sure to safely eject the SD card from the computer once you’ve inserted the Micro SD card there to prevent card corruption.
The aircraft with this Micro SD card will not support the digital video downlink and will not be able to take photos or record videos if the Micro SD card is pulled right out of the computer and plugged into the aircraft.
Installing the Smart Device:
The remote controller and the Mantis Q can be turned on and off separately by pressing and holding the power button for two seconds.
The aircraft has successfully finished startup when the main LED begins to steadily flash blue and produce a rising tone. Turn on your smartphone, scan the QR code, and install the Yuneec Pilot APP.
- Scan QR Code
STEP 1: Open the Yuneec Pilot app, and whenever you see the  icon in the app, tap it.
STEP 2: Scan the QR code on the aircraft’s front.
STEP 3: After a little delay, listen for the aircraft’s acknowledgment tone, which denotes a successful binding.
- Manual Connection
Step 1: Select “DISCONNECTED” from the menu.
Step 2: Choose “Remote Controller” from the menu.
Step 3: Read the directions on the app, then tap “Next.”
Step 4: Complete the app’s instructions, then tap “Next” once more.
Step 5: Select “Manual Connection” and the system will advance to the following page.
Step 6: Next, wait until the airplane’s Wi-Fi shows up on the screen (the Wi-Fi name starts with “Mantis”). To finalise the connection, tap the correct Wi-Fi and enter the password.
In the following situations, calibrating your compass may be advised:
- More than 30 days go by without using the Flight.
- The rear arms’ LED lights progressively flash yellow on the app interface, and the compass is seen to be interfered with.
- During your initial flight, the aircraft experienced a minor drift.
Please follow the on-screen directions to calibrate the compass in your app’s Settings area.
Placement Before Take Off:
To turn on or off the remote controller and the Mantis Q, press and hold the power button for two seconds. Watch for the Flight to finish booting up and initialising.
- Auto Take-Off
- Manual Take-Off
To control the Mantis Q’s direction, move the control sticks as shown below. The standard flight control is referred to as Mode 2.
Optimal Transmission Zone:
When the antennas are positioned in respect to the aircraft as shown below, the communication between the aircraft and the remote controller is the most reliable.
Verify that the plane is passing through the ideal transmission zone. The remote controller’s antennas should be set so that they are parallel to the ground to preserve optimal transmission performance.
Taking Photos and Recording Videos:
Using the matching buttons on top, you can simply pan left and right, snap still images, and start/stop video recording using the remote controller, which smoothly integrates control of the camera.
- To Take a Still Photo
- To Start/Stop Recording Video
- Camera Tilt Control
When it comes to flying the plane without dealing with its controls or touchscreen, Mantis Q owners have a few options.
The new Mantis Q doesn’t come with voice control turned on by default. You need to follow these steps to activate the feature:
Step 1: First, tap the Settings icon and then choose the remote control icon.
Step 2: Move the “Voice Control” switch from left to right and select “Auxiliary Control” from the drop-down menu.
Step 3: The microphone symbol  will show up on the top menu bar once the voice control feature has been enabled.
Instant Social Sharing:
You can send images via your mobile applications to your contacts and friends using the rapid social sharing feature.
Sharing special experiences with friends and family or increasing community participation can both be accomplished by uploading images and videos to social media platforms and websites.
- Angle Mode
The flight is in Angle Mode while the Mode Switch is in the left position. When the GPS signal is strong, angle mode performs best.
GPS helps the flight find itself, stabilise, and navigate around obstructions. This mode enables more sophisticated features, including Visual Tracking, POI, and other supported applications. The highest flight speed is 13.4 mph, and the maximum flight attitude angle is 30 °.
- Sport Mode
The aircraft is in Sport Mode when the Mode Switch is in the appropriate position. The aircraft’s top speed has been boosted to 45 mph.
The Mantis Q includes advanced features like visual tracking, journey, and POI.
Mantis Q’s Journey function makes it considerably simpler and quicker to take the ideal aerial selfie or any other beautiful picture.
Mantis Q will fly backward in the opposite direction of the aircraft lens and return, depending on the pilot’s preferred setting.
With the help of the POI feature, the pilot can choose a target to orbit, and Mantis Q will do it on its own. Select the POI function by tapping  in the left-hand column of the screen.
Move the slider bar on the right side of the screen to adjust the distance and velocity under the POI function, then fly the aircraft to the desired point of interest.
When you tap the “Start” symbol, the selected location will be designated as the orbit’s centre. The flight will start executing POI when you press the joysticks on the remote controller, and the “Start” button will change to “Pause.” This button can be tapped by the pilot to stop the task.
- Visual Tracking
Mantis Q is able to track the target topic thanks to the Visual Tracking feature. To select the Visual Tracking feature, tap  in the screen’s left column.
Return to Home:
The Return to Home (RTH) method returns the aircraft to the most recent Home Point that was recorded.
- Smart RTH
- Low Battery RTH
- Failsafe RTH
- Auto Land
- Manual Land
Place the Mantis Q above the location of your intended landing. Lower the left-hand stick gradually until it is below the centre position. Mantis Q will land after a slow descent.
LED Status Indication:
Collection and Processing of Data:
Battery Warnings and Usage Guidelines:
General Safety Precautions and Warnings:
Camera Usage Warnings:
RF Exposure Warning:
IC Radiation Exposure Statement for Canada:
NCC Warning Statement:
CE Warning Statement:
EU Compliance Statement:
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