Altair AA108 FAQs
We’ve made a handy video guide that will show you all the ins and outs of connecting your drone to the app: https://youtu.be/XF-caStFh1c
The AA108 is a very lightweight drone, and winds at or above about 10 mph will jostle it significantly, making it difficult to control.
Radio flight control is up to 100 meters.
The AA108 can stream live FPV video to the app from a range of 50 meters.
We recommend a MICRO SD HC class 10 or higher memory card, the newest version of the AA108 comes with a memory card (as of Jan 1, 2018).
183 x 198 x 43 mm
The Altair AA108 has green LED lights on the front of the drone and red LED lights in the back.
We have a whole video explaining Headless mode here: https://altairaerial.com/pages/videos
We have a video explaining how to replace propellers here: https://altairaerial.com/pages/videos
There is a button on the back of the remote labeled “trim.” If the drone seems like it’s not responding appropriately to control inputs, hold this button down while moving the right analog control stick left, right, up or down to correct the trim. You will hear a beep each time the controller registers an adjustment. Adjust each direction until the drone is hovering without moving much.
There is a button on the back of the remote labeled “H/L.” When you push it, it will beep either once, twice, or three times. If it beeps once, the drone has been set to the beginner speed level. Two beeps indicates the intermediate speed level, and three beeps indicates the advanced flight level.
Android phones, iPhones, and iPads.
Yes. Once you have connected a mobile device to the video app, you can fly it directly from your phone or tablet without using the remote.
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