The Autonomous Hover & Positioning System is unique to the AA200. It helps you keep your drone in place if you take your hands off the controller, making it ideal for beginners. To learn more about this system check out this video
The AA200 can fly approximately 50 meters
The AA200 weighs approximately 147 grams
The dimensions of the AA200 are 267x245x59mm
The AA200 comes with a 3.7V 1000mAh battery
The battery lasts approximately 8-10 minutes
It takes approximately 130-180 minutes to fully charge the AA200's battery
Yes! The AA200has a built in, 1080p HD Camera.
No. Please do not leave any charging batteries outside of your care and never leave them to charge overnight. Take a look at this video for more information.
Yes! Use the included smartphone attachment to use your smartphone for FPV viewing. Take a look at this video for more information.
Make sure that you are outside and in and open space with a low amount of wind. Pair your remote according the the instructions and then compass calibrate the AA200 horizontally and then vertically. When the lights are no longer blinking, you are able to unlock the propellers and fly the drone. Watch this video for more information on callibrating your drone.
First, plug the battery into the AA200 and lock the battery into position with the twist lock feature. Once you hear the audible confirmation beeps, grab your controller for the next step. First, push the red button down on the top left side and then flip the on switch in the middle of your remote. You will hear one long beep and then two short beeps to confirm the AA200 and the remote are now paired. On your LCD Screen you will see bars indicating the connection status and the lights on your drone will be blinking alternatively from front to back.
Aircraft compass calibration should be done each time the battery has been removed and then reinserted into the drone. Take a look at this video to see how to compass calibration works.
You should never fly the AA200in windy conditions.
Installing replacement propellers correclty is extremely important to safely continue to fly your AA200. Make sure to only replace one propeller at a time and to only replace "A" propellers with "A" replacement propeller and "B" propellers with "B" replacement propellers. For more help with propeller installation, please watch this video.
Make sure that you are outside and in and open space with a low amount of wind before you unlock your drone. First, be sure that your drone has the battery in and compass calibration has been completed and that your drone is paired with the remote. Next, to unlock the propellers, short-press the red button on the top right of your controller. Your drone is now ready for flight! Take a look at this video to see the process.
You will most likely not need to use the trim funcitons on the AA200 but if you're drone is not moving as accurately as it should. To learn how to use the trim functions on your controller, please watch this video.
Take the phone mount and slide it into the opening on the top of your controller. Then, gently open the clip and place your phone into it. To see this process in action, watch this video here.
To remove your phone mount flip your controller over and press the two clips together to slide the mount out. Gently pull from the top to finish removing the mount. To watch how this is done click the video here.
There are three speed modes on the AA200 making it great for beginner and advanced pilots. If you press the right stick on your controller you can toggle through the different modes. Each mode is identified by a number of beeps. One beep is the slow mode, two beeps is intermediate, and three beeps is the advanced and fastest mode. To see how this works watch this video here.