Cheerson CX-Stars Quadcopter Setup

 

RC Pro TX Setup Guide by: Tom Zadar

 

 

SETUP:

1. Switch on the power on the quadcopter and place it on a flat and level surface. The quadcopter lights will be flashing.
2. Switch on the power on the transmitter, after you here two beeps from the transmitter, push up the throttle stick, you will here one beep.
3. Pull the throttle stick back down, you will here one beep. The quadcopter is now armed and ready to fly.

 

 

Calibrate The Sensors:

1. Switch on the power on the quadcopter and place it on a flat and perfectly level surface. The quadcopter lights will be flashing.
2. Switch on the power on the transmitter, after you here two beeps from the transmitter, push up the throttle stick, you will here one beep.
3. Pull the throttle stick back down, you will here one beep.

“Do not give any throttle” The quadcopter is now armed and ready to continue on to be calibrated in Step #4 below.

4. Move the throttle stick to the left bottom corner, move the right stick to the left top corner. Hold both sticks at those positions.
The lights on the quadcopter wil start to flash. Keep holding both sticks at there current position untill the lights on the quadcopter are done flashing.
When the lights are done flashing release both sticks. The quadcopter is now Calibrated and ready to fly.

* Use a bubble level to get a perfectly level surface. The quadcopter gyros will always use the calibration setting you set for it as it’s reference point for level so make sure the surface is as level as you can get it.

If the quadcopter is flying/pulling to one direction after your have done the calibration, you can recalibate it again and put some paper in the same direction that the quadcopter is flying/pulling. So if the quadcopter is flying to the right, put some paper under your flat level surface on the right side to tilt the quadcopter to the left.
Then redo the calibration and test fly it and see how it worked.
This will be some trial and error on how much paper to use to counter the flying/pulling in one direction.
You can use sheets of paper, index cards, envelopes, business cards, etc.

 

 

 

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