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Altair Outlaw Instructional Tips & Videos

Altair Outlaw Instructional Tips & Videos

Also see the Altair Outlaw Online Direction book here

Table of Contents

  1. What's Included in the Box
  2. How the Return to Home Function Works
  3. How to Remove and Install the Propellers
  4. Installing Batteries Into the Controller
  5. Installing a Memory Card
  6. How-to Charge the Battery
  7. Installing the Battery
  8. Connecting the Controller
  9. How to Unlock Your Drone
  10. Control Stick Calibration
  11. Aircraft Compass Calibration
  12. How to Change Throttle Mode
  13. Steps to Begin to Fly
  14. Gyroscope Calibration
  15. One Button Take-Off and Landing
  16. How to Use the Quick Stop Emergency Feature
  17. Gesture Mode vs GPS Mode
  18. Headless Mode Function
  19. What the Return to Home (RTH) Features Do
  20. How to Attach the Smartphone Holder
  21. How to Remove the Smartphone Holder
  22. Connecting to a Google Pixel Phone
  23. Viewing Images and Video on the App

What's Included in the Box

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This video details what is included with your Altair Aerial Outlaw drone.

How the Return to Home Function Works

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The Return to Home function on Altair Aerial's Outlaw drone is easy to set up and will help you in a number of situations where you've lost track of your drone, the drone and the remote controller have lost connection, or if you simply would like to automatically return the drone to it's take off point of origin.

After calibrating the Outlaw horizontally and vertically, unlock the propellers and take a look at the LED screen on the Remote Control. You will need to have a least a Satellite Strength of 7 (we recommend 11) in order for Return to Home to function properly.

Pressing the Return to Home button on the remote will tell the Outlaw to climb in altitude to avoid trees and obstacles and then it will return to the take off origin point. With the drone hovering above, press the Return to Home button once again and then slowly lower the down for a safe landing.

This function will also automatically engage if the drone and remote control lose their connection for any reason. If your drone and remote lose connection, the Outlaw will activate Return to Home and climb to a safe height before heading back to the take off origin point. Once at the origin point, the drone will hover for a moment and then safely land at the original take off spot.

How to Remove and Install the Propellers

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In this video, we show you the proper way to remove and re-install the propellers for you Altair Aerial Outlaw.

Installing Batteries Into the Controller

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This video shows you how to install AA batteries into your Altair Aerial Outlaw Controller.

Installing a Memory Card

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In this video you learn how to insert a micro SD card into the Altair Aerial Outlaw. Please note that a memory card is not included in the box for this drone.

How-to Charge the Battery

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In this video, we show you how to charge the battery for your Altair Aerial Outlaw drone.

Installing the Battery

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In this video, we show you how to install the Altair Aerial Outlaw battery into the drone.

Connecting the Controller

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In this video, we show you how to connect your Altair Aerial Outlaw to the included remote control.

How to Unlock Your Drone

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In this video, Mike will show you how to unlock and lock the propellers on the Altair Aerial Outlaw. Please note that the Outlaw is not intended for indoor use and should only be flown outdoors in

Control Stick Calibration

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In this video, Mike shows you how to perform control stick calibration on your Altair Aerial Outlaw drone.

Aircraft Compass Calibration

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In this video, we show you how to complete Aircraft Compass Calibration for your Altair Aerial Outlaw drone.

How to Change Throttle Mode

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We show you how to change throttle modes on the Altair Aerial Outlaw. This will be helpful if you would like to change throttling with your left hand vs. your right hand.

Steps to Begin to Fly

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Mike walks you through the steps you need to take to fly the Altair Aerial Outlaw Drone. Please note that this drone is not intended for indoor use! Please use caution and fly the Outlaw in wide open space.

Gyroscope Calibration

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In this video, we show you how to do a Gyroscope Calibration on your Altair Aerial Outlaw.

One Button Take-Off and Landing

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In this video, Mike goes over One Button Take-Off and Landing. Please note that the Outlaw is not intended for indoor use and should only be flown outdoors in wide open spaces.

How to Use the Quick Stop Emergency Feature

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In this video, we show you how to use the Quick Stop Emergency Feature of the Altair Aerial Outlaw.

Gesture Mode vs GPS Mode

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In this video, Mike explains the difference between Gesture Mode and GPS Mode. If you're wanting to use any RTH (return to home) functions that come with the Outlaw, be sure to use GPS Mode.

Headless Mode Function

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In this video, Mike explains how the headless mode function works on the Altair Aerial Outlaw.

What the Return to Home (RTH) Features Do

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In this video, Mike walks through the different return to home (RTH) functions that are featured with the Altair Aerial Outlaw.

How to Attach the Smartphone Holder

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In this video, we show you how to assemble and attach the included Smartphone Holder to your Altair Aerial Outlaw Controller.

How to Remove the Smartphone Holder

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In this video, we show you how to remove the Smartphone Holder from your Altair Aerial Outlaw remote control.

Connecting to a Google Pixel Phone

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Connecting the Altair Aerial Outlaw drone to a Google Pixel may involve some extra steps. Take a look at this video as Mike walks you through how to connect your phone to the Outlaw drone.

Viewing Images and Video on the App

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In this video Mike walks you through how to view photos and video that have been taken using the Altair Aerial Outlaw Drone.