ARRIS RC 250 Mini Drones User Guidance And Precautions

1.Information Notes 

1.1 ARRIS Racing Quads are not toys. R/C drones utilize various high-tech products and technologies to provide superior performance. Improper use of this product can result in serious injury or even death. Please read this manual before using and make sure to be conscious of your own personal safety and the safety of others and your environment when operating all ARRIS products. Manufacturer and seller assume no liability for the operation or the use of this product. This product is intended for use only by adults with experience flying remote control helicopters at a legal flying field. After the sale of this product we cannot maintain any control over its operation or usage.

As the user of this product, you are solely responsible for operation it in a manner that does not endanger yourself and others or result in damage to the product or the property of others.

1.2 We recommend that you obtain the assistance of an experienced pilot before attempting to fly our products for the first time. A local expert is the best way to properly assemble, setup, and fly your model for the first. MicrobeastPlusFlybarless System requires a certain degree of skill to operate, and is a consumer item. Any damage or dissatisfaction as a result of accidents or modifications are not covered by any warrantee and cannot be returned for repair or replacement. Please contact our distributors for free technical consultation and parts at discounted rates when you experience problems during operation or maintenance. As Align Corporation Limited has no control over use, setup, final assembly, modification or misuse, no liability shall be assumed nor accepted for any resulting damage or injury. By the act of use, setup or assembly, the user accepts all resulting liability.

2. Safety notes

Fly only in safe areas, away from other people. Do not operate RC aircraft are prone to accidents, failures, and crashes due to a variety of reasons including: lack of maintenance, pilot error, and radio interference. Piolts are responsible for their actions and damage or injury occurring during the operation or as of a result of RC aircraft models.

Prior to every flight, carefully check all parts such as blades, screws, frame, arms, ets; ensure they are firmly secured and show no unusual wears, or unforeseen danger may happen.

2.1 Forbidden 

2.1.1 Locate an appropriate location

R/C aircraft can fly at high speed, thus posing a certain degree of potential danger. Choose a legal flying field consisting of flat, smooth ground without obstacles. Do not fly near buildings, high voltage cables, or trees to ensure the safety of yourself , others, and your model. Avoid location with magnetic and radio interferences. Please choose a legal flying field. Do not fly your model in inclement weather, such as rain, wind, sown or darkness.

2.1.2 Proper operation 

Do not attempt to modify the aircraft to alter its intended design. Please use only designated replacement parts listed in the manual to ensure its design structure integrit. Operate this product within its intended design parameters; do not overload its with excess cargo. This product is limited to personal hobby use, and pilot shuold be proficient with operation of this model. Follow all local law and ordinances when operating. Do not use this product for purposes which any violate others’personal privacy, and respect others’ intellectual properties. Do not ues this product for illegal purposes or beyond the bonds of common safety.

2.1.3 Note on lithium polymer batteries Lipo

Lithium Polymer batteries are significantly more volayile than alkaline or Ni-Cd/Ni-MH batteriescommonly used in RC applications. All manufacturer’s instructions and warnings must be followed closely. Mishandling of Li-Po batteries can result in fire. Always follow the manufacturer’s instruction when disposing of Lithium Polymer batteries.

2.1.4 Prevent moisture 

R/C aircraft are composed of many precision electrical components. It is critical to keep the model and associated equipment away from moisture and other contaminants. The introduction or exposure to water or moisture in any form can cause the model to malfunction resulting in loss use, or crash. Do not operate or expose to rain or moisture.

2.2 Warning 

2.2.1  Do not fly alone 

Before turning on your model and transmitter, check to make sure no one else is operating on the same frequency. Frequency interference can cause your model, or other models to crash. The guidance provided by an experienced piolt will be invaluable for the assembly, tuning, trimming, and actual first flight or unforeseen danger may happen. (Recommend you to practice with experienced piolts or with computer-based flight simulator firstly.)

2.2.2 Safe operation 

Operate this unit within your ability. Do not fly while feeling impaired, as improper operation may result in danger. Never take your eyes off the model or leave it unattended while it is turned on. Immediately turn off the model and transmitter when you have landed the model.

2.3 Caution

2.3.1 Always be aware of the rotating blades

During the operation of the multicopter, the rotor will be spinning at a high rate of speed. The blades are capable of inflicting serious bodily injury and damage to surrounding properties. Be conscious of your actions, and careful to keep your face, eyes,hands and loose clothing away from the blades. Always fly the model a safe distance from yourself and others, as well as surrounding objects.

2.3.2 Keep away from heat 

R/C aircraft are made of various forms of plastics, such as carbon fiber and polyethylene. Plastics are very susceptible to damage or deformation from extreme heat and cold climate. Make sure not to store the model near any source of heat such as oven or heater. It is best to store the model indoors, in a climate-controlled, room temperature environment.

    3.1.1 Please follow the instruction manual carefully when installing receiver. Traditional receiver channel ports are reserved specifically for the muli-colored ribbon cable.

    3.1.2 Manual mode is suitable only for experienced pilots. Begainners should avoid flying in manual mode.

    3.1.3 When checking for motor and propeller rotation, make sure not to hold the aircraft in hand for testing. Make sure there is no obstacles nearby the propellers.

    3.1.4 Make sure to always be aware to keep your eyes and body away from proprller rotation, also keep the rotating propeller away from crowds to prevent unexpected accidents.

    3.2 Warning


    3.2.1 Before turn on the power, make sure the antenna is mounted on the video transmitter correctly, because it helps to release the accumulated current, otherwise too large power may burn out the 5.8Hz video transmitter.

    3.2.2 Double check the motor rotation direction, prop nut directional lable, and blades directional lable during assembly, ensure the install matches exactly with the instructions manual. Incorrect assembly or modifications may cause unexpected result or bodily injuries.

    3.2.4 Incorrect sequence of motor tube assembly or changes made to rotational irections of motor / blades may cause immediate flip-over on takeoff, and result in unforeseen dangerous situations.

    3.2.5 Manual mode is suitable only for experienced pilots without any horizontal leveling capabilities. Beginners shuold avoid flying in manual mode or it will ause unforeseen, danger and crashes.

    3.2.6 Prior to every flight, carefully check all parts such as propellers, propeller nuts, arms, main framed and other components, ensure they are firmly secured and show no unusual wears, or unforeseen danger may happen.

    3.3 Caution

    3.3.1 The way of binding varies from different receiver brands. Please refer to the instructions from receiver supplier for binding and wiriting.

    3.3.2 Make sure to memorie or photo record the original writing position for re-installation.