Here’s the Yuneec Typhoon H Plus Drone User Manual for you to check out.
Here’s the full instructions manual for Yuneec Typhoon H Plus Drone
High-end image quality combined with the dependability and automatic flight modes that every photographer and videographer wants are offered with the TYPHOON H PLUS.
The TYPHOON H Plus hexacopter has a 1″ camera with 4K video resolution, a PX4-based flight controller, and flight modes ranging from Curve Cable Cam to Follow Me.
The supplied AC adapter/power supply can be used to power the desktop charger from a 100-240V AC outlet, or the provided adapter can be used to power it from a 12V-17.4V DC accessory socket or cigarette lighter receptacle in a vehicle. As shown, insert the aeroplane battery into the charger port.
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Unfolding the Arms:
Lock the arms into position after removing the TYPHOON H PLUS from the storage/transport case. Lift the arms slowly until you hear a click.
Press the PRESS button at the base of the arms to unlock them. On more recent systems, it could be necessary to release the arms while raising the motor’s bottom with one hand and depressing the Press button with the other. By doing this, some of the pressure on the locking system is released.
WARNING: Avoid calibrating the compass near buildings, metal-cored roadways, or parking garages.
Only calibrate the TYPHOON H PLUS in open areas free from power lines, other metal constructions, or concrete structures for best performance.
To guarantee accurate calibration, complete the compass calibration technique at least 11 feet away from the closest cell phone or other electrical device.
Installing the Propellers:
Each arm of the TYPHOON H PLUS is marked with either an A or a B.
White centre buttons are on “B” arms while black centre buttons are on “A” arms.
An A or B label is carved onto the blade of each propeller.
Both “B” motors and “A” motors cannot be mounted to “B” propellers or “B” motors to a “A” propeller.
A and B propellers should match the A-arms (black centre button) and the B propellers (white centre button).
As you keep the motor in place while turning the prop a quarter turn, place the prop on the motor. There will be a click and a tiny pop-up of the middle button. Hold the motor and test propeller security to assure a locked propeller.
Placement Before Takeoff:
Please ensure that all firmware is up to date. The user manual and firmware can be acquired from the www.yuneec.com website. The user handbook still applies even if you follow the fast start instruction.
After turning on the ST16S, turn on the TYPHOON H Plus by pressing the power button. When the plane starts to produce a rising tone, let go of the button. Prior to turning on the UAS, turn on the ST16S.
- Binding the Aircraft and ST 16S
- Binding the Aircraft and C23
- Option 1
- Option 2
- Angle Mode
The aeroplane is in Angle Mode if the Flight Mode Selection Switch is in the centre position. In this mode, the aeroplane moves in the direction that the nose is pointing in accordance with the joystick.
The TYPHOON H PLUS will tilt to the left and travel to the left if you move the right stick in that direction.
If the nose is pointing away from you, that is. From your vantage point, the aircraft will travel to the right if the nose is pointed in your direction.
- Obstacle Avoidance Switch
Unless the helicopter falls vertically at a slow speed with the landing gear down after sustaining GPS lock, the RealSense can only be turned on in angle mode.
The ST16S screen will show a and the front motor LEDs will flicker white when RealSense is turned on. When the OBSTACLE AVOID is turned on, the message “OBS activated” appears on the screen.
- Sport Mode
The task mode is disabled in Sport Mode. The TYPHOON H PLUS has high reaction sensitivity in Sport Mode. The maximum flight speed of the aircraft is increased to 45 mph (20m/s).
- IPS Mode
The TYPHOON H PLUS automatically activates the IPS in Angle Mode or does not. If the flight control engages the IPS when GPS cannot be locked, the remote controller will notify the user that the IPS is activated, indicating that the IPS is automatically activated.
At the same time, the aircraft can only stay in Angle Mode even if the mode switch is moved to Sport Mode, RTL Mode, or Task Mode.
TYPHOON H PLUS may automatically hover at its present altitude while using IPS to lock the location of the aircraft. The IPS is best used indoors or when the GPS is unlocked.
- RTL Mode
TYPHOON H PLUS is in RTL Mode, sometimes referred to as return to land mode, when the flight mode selection switch is in the bottom position.
When in RTL Mode, the GPS connectivity will fly the TYPHOON H PLUS back in a direct path toward the pilots’ current location and perform an autonomous landing within 13-26 feet (4-8 metres) of the pilot.
For pilots who become disoriented during flying, it may be useful. Once alignment has been verified, just switch back to Angle Mode by activating RTL Mode until TYPHOON H PLUS travels toward the home position on its own.
The TYPHOON H PLUS will automatically enter RTL Mode if the connection to the ST16S Ground Station is ever lost.
- Task Mode
Curve Cable Cam allows you to create an invisible route for TYPHOON H PLUS to fly along. Once the pilot sets the points, TYPHOON H PLUS will fly the set coordinates while remembering the heading.
- Follow Me
The Follow Me function allows TYPHOON H PLUS to follow the pilot, adjusting its location to the location of the ST16S Ground Station.
- Watch Me
Watch me enables the camera to keep tracking the remote controller no matter where and how it moves as the camera can automatically tilt its angle according to the controller.
Journey function enables TYPHOON H PLUS to capture the perfect aerial selfie or any scenic shot much easier and faster. Depending on the pilot’s desired setting, TYPHOON H PLUS will go up, out and return.
Point of Interest allows the pilot to select a subject they would like to orbit and have TYPHOON H PLUS orbit that subject autonomously.
When Orbit Me is enabled, TYPHOON H PLUS flies a circular path around the pilot. Press ORBIT to enter the Orbit me function.
The center point will be the position where the ST16S is by default. Set an ideal radius by controlling the joystick. The height and radius data will be calculated automatically and indicated
ST 16S Charging:
Charge the ST16S battery by using supplied USB cable and inserting it into the Micro USB port on the charger. It will take approximately five hours to charge a fully discharged battery
The default flight control is known as Mode 2. The left stick controls the aircraft’s altitude and heading, while the right one controls its direction movements.
Proportional Control Rate Slider:
You can configure the overall climb/descend and directional control rates using the Proportional Control Rate Slider, which is situated on the right side of the ST16S Ground Station. at first, fly slowly and low.
Precision flight is best achieved in the Slow (Low Speed) setting, which has the lowest control rates. When moving through large areas, the high-speed (High Speed) posture is used.
- Gimbal Camera Tilt Control
There is a gimbal tilt mode switch on ST16S labeled “S1.” When the switch is in up/middle position, the C23 (or other gimbal systems) gimbal camera is in Angle Mode.
- Gimbal Camera Pan Control
The gimbal pan mode switch on ST16S (S2) enables the Follow Mode. When the switch position is UP, the gimbal camera is in Follow Mode.
The pan control of the gimbal camera is disabled when the switch position is UP. The gimbal camera will adjust its pan direction per the aircraft’s movements.
Upgrading the Firmware:
LED Status Indication:
Collection and Processing the Data:
Battery Warnings and Usage Guidelines:
Camera Usage Warnings:
Obstacle Avoidance Precautions:
The visual positioning system is susceptible to light intensity and surface texture while the Ultrasonic may fail to measure the distance on certain sound-absorbing materials, so please take extreme care when using the visual positioning function
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications
RF Exposure Warning:
This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with provided instructions and the antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or
IC Radiation Exposure Statement for Canada:
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
NCC Warning Statement:
CE Warning Statement:
EU Compliance Statement:
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