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Pre-flight video checklist
https://www.youtube.com/...-U&feature=youtu.be

Motors
1. The motors for the Front Left and Rear Right arms have left hand threads and a small divot on the top of the prop shaft. The motors for the Front Right and Rear Left arms have right hand threads and the top of the prop shaft is smooth. Use thread locking fluid on the 4 screws that secure each motor unit in place.

2. The mounts for the prop guards should be installed before the motors are screwed onto the arms. The red mounts are for the front arms and the black mounts for the rear arms.

Propellers
3. Ensure the proper 10x4.5 propellers are used on all 4 motors. The CW props go on the Front Left and Rear Right motors and have silver nuts. The CCW props are used on the Front Right and Rear Left motors and have black nuts. There is also an arrow on each prop that should match the arrow on the arm when the blade is right above the arm.

4. Its a good idea to cable-tie the wires going to each arm so they cannot be crimped or pinched.

5. Ensure the arm hinge pins are secure, and flush with the arm.

Gyro IMU board
You should check it is properly seated in its holder before and after each flight, otherwise you may experience loss of drone direction.

Motor & ESC connections
6. The ESC bullet connectors and four ESC's should must be located as far as possible from the centre of the chassis. If these components are too close the flight controller, your Sky Rider may drift or fly in a circle when in the GPS Position Hold mode. Loss of orientation in the Headless mode is another problem that may occur.

7. The motor to ESC connections should be as close a possible to the motor arm.

8. The two front ESC's should be as close to the front of the chassis as possible. The rear ESC's should be as far away from the centre of the chassis as the wires will allow.

9. The ESC bullet connector adaptors which supply battery voltage to the ESC's, should be located centrally between the ESC's along the centreline. These connectors should be about 75mm from the front on the chassis.

10. Twist the wires together from the bullet connectors to each ESC at least 9 times.

Flight controller connections
11. For easy identification, label each of the 4 ESC's with the corresponding number of the labelled ESC receiver cables.

12. The plug of the LED board cable fits into the bottom socket of the flight control board, with the black wire on the left.
The receiver cable plugs into the socket above, with the brown wire to the left. There should be two unused pins to the right of the connector.
The other end of the receiver cable should be connected to the receiver.

Receiver Cable Colour Codes
Brown = Ground
Red = +5V
Orange = CH 1
Yellow = CH 2 Signal Pin
Green = CH 3 Signal Pin
Blue = CH 4 Signal Pin
Purple = CH 5 Signal Pin
Grey = CH 6 Signal Pin

Set Up - RC handset (Transmitter)
13. Open the battery compartment on the rear of the transmitter, verify that the DIP switches (inset red circuit board within the battery compartment), are in the correct switch positions, then insert four AA batteries and replace the cover.

Power up
14. Turn on the transmitter and connect the battery to the Sky Rider. The ESC's will chime and the Sky Rider will beep once when it is linked to the Transmitter, and a tail LED should light blue and be constant.

15. While the motor connections are still accessible, run the motor test described below. This test should be run with the arms extended, but without the prop's installed. Make sure that the motor direction matches the arrow on the arm next to the motor.

Motor Test
16. The motors can be armed and disarmed by moving both control sticks to the lower inside corners of the gimbal's.
On each motor arm is an arrow indicates the direction of rotation for that motor.
Arm the motors and disarm them as soon as they start to spin. As the motors slow down, watch the direction of rotation and verify that each motor is spinning in the proper direction. If the motor is spinning in the opposite direction, swap any two of the bullet connectors for that motor.

17. PC Interface Software walk-through

Firstly, ensure that your Windows operating system software is up to date, as you may find that the driver does not download.

a. Download the PC Interface onto your PC using Windows 7 or newer: http://www.model-space.com/gb/sky-drone-software

Note: You may also need to download the COM3 driver (noted as Q App on page 293) which can be found by a Google search of leadtek gps usb driver.

Then plug in the USB Data cable (provided with Pack 12) into your PC and allow the drivers to install from your Windows OS.

c. Go into your device manager and look to see that you have the drivers installed (you will see Ports (COM and LPT) in the list.

d. Turn on the RC handset Transmitter, (the Sky Rider battery should be disconnected while testing the controls with the PC Interface).

e. Plug the USB Data cable into the Sky Rider, it will beep once and a red and blue LED will light.

f. Start the downloaded Flight Control software, you should see “COM3” in the PORT box. If you do not see COM3, close the application and then right click on the Programme Icon to start the Flight Controller and scroll down to “Properties”
Click on the “Compatibility” tab and place a tick in the “Run this programme in compatibility mode for” and select “Windows 7" etc depending on your Windows OS version. Click “Apply” and close the Box.

g. With the USB Data Cable still connected, double click on the Flight Control Programme, “Com3” should now be showing.

h. Click on the Connect button to establish communication between the Sky Rider and the Flight Control Software. When connected, live data in all the Sensor Data windows should be showing and fluctuating.

The interface will allow you to see information about sensors and set the limits of flight (Parameters) such as distance and altitude to create the an "electronic leash".
You can also use the program to make changes to the gain values (speed, Low Voltage Cut-off and landing speed). We suggest leaving the Parameters/Gains set at the factory default until if you are familiar with what each gain value will do to the flight behaviour of your Sky Rider.
After changing a Parameter or Gain value, ensure that you click the blue box under each gain value to save the new value.

Before disconnecting the power, make sure you click on the Disconnect tab, the disconnect the USB data stick from the computer, and disconnect the power from the Sky Rider and turn off the Transmitter.

Altitude Hold Gains: If your Sky Rider Altitude hold is not satisfactory, that is your Sky Rider moved up and down during the GPS hold mode, you can reduce the Alt gain to a value of 7 or 8 and test again. Its best to first fly with the default gain vales to see how your Sky Rider behaves.

Gyro and Aux Gains: Changing Gyro and Aux gains will make your Sky Rider more aggressive/sensible and or docile during flight. We suggest leaving this at default values for your first flights.

Low Voltage settings: These setting's are very important, if you set the wrong values here, your Sky Rider may crash when the battery is drained, which will also reduce the life of the LiPo battery by draining it below recommended levels for each LiPo cell.
Normally a 3 cell (11.1v) LiPo when drained is always on 11.1v or 10.9 volts to be safe. So the minimum value you should set for a 3 cell 11.1v LiPo is 10.9v if you want to completely drain your battery during flight. We therefore strongly recommend you keep the value set at 11.1v to ensure your Sky Rider will not crash once the low voltage warning kicks in, and also your battery will have a better life cycle.

Further parameter information here: http://forum.model-space...=177303&#post177303

Note that setting incorrect gain values without good understanding of what you are doing may result in abnormal flight behaviour, crashes or even injury, for which DeAgostini cannot be held responsible.

i. Once the Sensor Data has been viewed in the window, disconnect the USB Data cable from the Sky Rider and close the software on your PC.

j. Now follow the Sky Rider calibration information noted at point 22 below.

Flying Status
18. The flying status window is used to verify that the CH 5 & CH 6 switches setup correctly. Move the CH 5 & CH 6 switches to all three positions and verify that the data displayed in the window matches the information below:

Transmitter switch Positions / Flying Status panel
CH 5 = Away / GPS Mode Status = Manual Mode
CH 5 = Middle / GPS Mode Status = Pos Hold/Stabilise mode
CH 5 = Forward/ GPS Mode Status = RTL
CH 6 = Away / Alt Smart Status = Alt Hold Off
CH 6 = Middle / Alt Smart Status = Alt Hold
CH 6 = Forward/ Alt Smart Status = Alt Hold + CF

RC Signal
19. Move the sticks on the RC handset and watch the response in this window. The displays for Channels 1- 4 should move in the same direction as the corresponding stick on the transmitter. The values (+/- 100) should range between 1000 and 2000 in High rates and 1200 to 1800 in Low rates.

Attitude
20. The Attitude window should have a horizontal line in the middle of the display when the Sky Rider is level. The line should not change position or angle while the quad is stationary. Tilt the Sky Rider in all directions. The display should move in the opposite direction that the Sky Rider is moved. The display should be level and centred again when the Sky Rider is placed back on a level surface. If the artificial horizon is not level or is drifting while the Sky Rider is on a level surface, perform the Sensor Calibration described below.

Flight location requirements
21. These tests should be performed in an open area at least 25x25m with good GPS satellite reception. You can use a mobile phone Satellite Check app to verify how many satellites are visible. If there are too few signals available, the Sky Rider will not be stable in GPS mode. The optimum is 5 or more Satelites visible.

There should be no metallic structures or nearby sources of EMI such as power lines and transformers that could affect the compass on the Sky Rider. This type of interference can cause the Sky Rider to fly in circles or fly off in a different direction.

Avoid flying the Sky Rider when the temperature is below 5 degrees Celcius.

Make sure that the Sky Rider has been powered up for 2 to 3 minutes before taking off. This time is needed to get the electronics up to operating temperature.

Calibrations
22. Install the prop's onto the arms and turn on the transmitter. Put the switches for CH 5 & CH 6 in the away position. Connect the battery and place the Sky Rider on a level surface

Put the Sky Rider into the Compass Calibration mode by holding down the elevator control and moving the left stick to 100% throttle and 100% right rudder.
The Blue LED at the rear of the Sky Rider and the Red LED's on the rear arms should turn off. Rotate the Sky Rider two times with the landing skids just off the ground. The Red LED at the rear of the Sky Rider should flash every time there is a click. The Sky Rider should stop clicking after two revolutions. The clicks will start again when the Sky Rider is rotated in a different direction. Rotate it two times with the nose pointed at the ground. Next, hold the Sky Rider so the nose is pointed away from you. Rotate the nose up and continue rotating so the nose is pointed towards you and the Sky Rider is upside down. Continue rotating in this direction for two complete revolutions. Put the Sky Rider down and exit the Calibration mode by holding the elevator control down and moving the throttle to 100% and 100% left rudder.
Release both sticks immediately. The Blue and Red LED's at the back of the Sky Rider should be on and constant.

Enter the Sensor Calibration Mode by advancing the throttle to 100% and holding the rudder control 100% to the left. The Blue LED at the rear of the Sky Rider will turn off for about 5 seconds. When it comes back on, release the rudder control and return the throttle to 0%.

Note that compass should be calibrated each time the Sky Rider is taken to a new flying site.

Flight Check Manual mode
23. Move to a safe distance away from the Sky Rider and put the CH 5 & CH 6 switches in the Away position. Arm the motors and advance the throttle until the Sky Rider is hovering 1-2 meters off the ground. Slowly move the right stick forward and the Sky Rider should move forward. Release the right stick and the Sky Rider should stop moving. Move the right stick back, left and right and verify that the Sky Rider is responding correctly to the inputs from the right stick.

While the Sky Rider is hovering, slowly move the left stick to the left and return it to the centre position. Try to keep the throttle at the same position. The Sky Rider should rotate counter-clockwise and maintain the same altitude. The Sky Rider should stop rotating as soon as the rudder control is centred. Move the left stick to the right and return it to centre. The Sky Rider should rotate clockwise and stop when the stick is centred.

Advance the throttle to make the Sky Rider climb to 3m. Release the sticks slowly. The Sky Rider should hold the new altitude. Hover for at least a minute and observe how much correction is needed to keep the Sky Rider in this position. The Sky Rider's performance in this mode will be compared with this same test when in the Position Hold mode.

Hover the Sky Rider and perform the next test.

Flight Check - Altitude mode
24. Move the CH 6 switch to the middle position. You will hear beeping from the Sky Rider any time the throttle is not at mid-stick. When the throttle is centred, the Sky Rider should remain at the current altitude. In this mode, it may rise or fall a small amount because of changes in wind or while being maneuvered. The Sky Rider should return to the original altitude when it is hovered as long as the throttle is not moved. This mode should be used with the GPS Position Hold mode.

Flight check - Headless flight
25. Position the Sky Rider so the tail is facing toward you and pull the CH 6 switch forward toward the front of the transmitter to activate the Headless flight mode. In normal flight modes, the centre of the Sky Rider is used as the reference when a signal is received from the right stick. In the Headless mode, the reference is the launch position. For example, a signal to move forward moves the Sky Rider further away even if the nose is not pointed in that direction. Rotate the Sky Rider so the nose is pointed to the right. Move the right stick forward and verify that the distance from the launch point increases. The Sky Rider should not move to the right.

Slowly rotate the Sky Rider at least 360 degrees, it should remain stable at all times.

Move the CH 6 switch back to the middle position and return to the launch point. Land the Sky Rider and disarm the motors.

Flight Check - GPS position Hold/Stablise mode
26. Move the CH 5 & 6 switches to the middle position to enter the GPS Position Hold mode. In this mode, the Sky Rider will maintain horizontal position when the right stick is released. The Green LED at the rear of the Sky Rider must be flashing while this mode is active before the motors can be armed.

Arm the motors and hover the Sky Rider 3m off the ground. Move it so it is at least 10m away and slowly release both sticks. The Sky Rider should stop as soon as the sticks are centred. Any drifting should be corrected automatically and it should not rotate while hovering.

Move it out to at least 20m and hover the Sky Rider.

Flight check - RTH (return to home)
27. Pull CH 5 switch all the way forward to enter the RTH mode. The Sky Rider will hover for a few seconds then climb to 20 meters. It should fly directly towards the launch point. It should not drift or weave while flying to its home position. When the Sky Rider is above the launch point, it should hover and start to descend. It should not circle around the launch point. When the Sky Rider reaches the ground, the motors should slow to the idle RPM then stop.

Move the CH 5 switch back to the Position Hold or Stabilise mode position.

Camera
28. Install the camera with the supplied double-sided tape, using two narrow strips.
The camera should be connected to any open channel on the receiver that is controlled with a 3 position switch. On the Tactic TTX810 receiver, this is CH 8. When the camera is connected to the receiver and the memory card is installed, use the Status LED on the camera to determine which position controls the video and still photo modes.

Camera Status LED
Standby - Constant Green
Photo - Single Red flash – then constant Green
Video - Flashing Red

Always install and remove the card for the camera when the battery is not connected to the Sky Rider. The switch should be in standby mode any time the camera is not recording a video or a still photo.

Video Mode
Pushing on the switch to start recording a video. The camera will continue recording until the switch is moved back to the standby mode position.
The camera will start a new file when:
a. The camera has been recording continuously for 20 minutes
b. The file size reaches 1.86G
After stopping the video, make sure that the camera remains in standby mode for at least 30 seconds before disconnecting the battery.

Note: It is important that the propellers be properly balanced as described in the magazine instructions to eliminate vibration which may distort the video footage. A magnetic prop balancer such as the "Top Flite Power Point Propeller Balancer" is a great tool for this purpose.

Still Photos
Pushing on the switch to capture and save a still photo. The switch must be returned to the standby position before another photo or video can be started.

Flight Time
29. The flight time with the 5000mA battery will be approx 10 to 12 minutes. Strong winds or an aggressive flying style will shorten the flight time. We suggest you keep your flights to around 10 minutes. Always disconnect the battery from the electronics when the Sky Rider is not in use or in storage.

30. Finally, if reside in the United Kingdom and you wish to avoid possible prosecution, you must operate any Drone within the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) Drone Code regulations, which are legal requirement for Drone use. http://www.caa.co.uk/Com...raft/Unmanned-Aircraft/ or if you reside outside of the UK, you must adhere to Drone regulations of your own Country.

Please Note: The electronics of the Sky Rider Drone are not IP protected. Therefore you should not fly your drone in wet weather conditions.

Happy Flying!
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Oh Tom you tease! Getting excited now. This is a good comprehensive list of checks.
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Tomick wrote:
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PC Interface
17. Download the latest PC Interface Q App and driver on to a PC using Windows 7 or newer.
http://www.model-space.com/it/software-drone
When these programs are installed, connect the USB cable to the PC and let the computer set up the driver. After the USB cable is ready to use, run the PC Interface App. If the Port window is blank, you may need to run the PC Interface program in Administrator Mode. Connect the USB cable to the port on the back of the Sky Rider. The transmitter should be on and the battery should be disconnected while testing the controls with the PC Interface App.
Click on the Connect button to establish communications between the Sky Rider and the PC Interface App. When connected, the Connect button will change to Disconnect and there will be live data in all the Sensor Data windows.


Reading this has made me want to get a drone now, might have to look at this after the Lambo has finished BigGrin

If I could add a comment to point 17. For those that are no aware, to run the application in administrator mode, assuming you don't have a separate login for administrator, you just click on the application with the right mouse button and the choose 'run as administrator,

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My PC will not allow me to download the interface, My internet security blocks it..
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Can you not disable your net security, download then fire the security back up?
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Im a technophobe, so my daughter is going to have to sort that for me. If I get no joy there, then im at a loss as to the setup on the Drone..
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It sounds very much like what Tomick has said and is either your browser or AntiVirus stopping you from downloading it. I have managed to download it without any problems. Good luck and let us know how you get on Cool

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Im on windows 10, and it dosn,t seem to recognise the program
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I'll look into it Longblade and will hopefully have an answer for you soon. Sometimes you might have to right c,icky and go to the properties of the file and select "run in Windows (7/8) mode to get it going. I know this could be done on some Windows OS but I've not used Windows 10 as yet so will find out.


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Comes up as skyrider_tool (PC interface) app.....
Double clicked and I get Windows cannot find in a box, center of screen. and my Nortons blocks and removes..
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Ok so you need to disable Norton to allow it to run then.

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Norton's has been disabled, and the file still will not download, my Daughter has tried on windows 7 and 10, windows says it is corrupted at some point, and will not download.. Please advise as to how I am going to set up my Drone ( when it comes to it) without the app.....??
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We've tested with Windows 7, 8 and 10, the software downloads without problem and no reason for it not to as its not a huge file type.
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The file is in a ZIP format and will need to be unzipped so have you got that far? It will create a folder to the place you chose to send it. If you do not have winzip or winrar then it's possible that Windows does not recognise the file type.

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Works fine for me without any trouble (Windows 10 Pro 64bit). I just extracted the zip and run it.

I have AVG anti virus and not a single complaint.

Windows has had native support for the ZIP format for some time now so Windows 8 and 10 would certainly be able to handle it without any third party software.

It is most likely a conflict with some third party "protection" software.
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I have been thinking of the issues you are having even after disabling Norton and just got a thought.

Anti Virus programs nowadays are usually modular and disabling the actual Anti Virus only disables a single component. Checks linked to what you download in your browser and emails etc could still be active.

Its possible when you disabled Norton you only disabled a single part of it and not the part giving you issues.

Sometimes there is an extension installed in your web browser that you may need to temporarily disable.

Is it possible you could go through in as much detail as possible what you are doing and what is happening when you try to download and install it?

Also which web browser are you trying to download it with.

This is what I did.

Clicked the download link the on website and saved the file to my desktop.



double clicked the file to see its contents.



I then dragged the file out of the window and onto my desktop.



I double clicked the application and it come up like this.



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Tomick wrote:

17. PC Interface Software walk-through

a. Download the latest PC Interface Q App and driver onto a PC using Windows 7 or newer.
http://www.model-space.com/it/software-drone


Hi,

can we pls know exactly where to download the USB cable driver?

At the mentioned link there is ONLY the software (skyrider_tool) but there is no driver

Thanks in advance
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Hi Spanzetta and welcome to the forum. BigGrin

This is the link to the drivers I used which work fine on Windows 7 & 8

http://download.cnet.com....html?hlndr=1&dlm=0

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Tomick wrote:

17. PC Interface Software walk-through

a. Download the latest PC Interface Q App and driver onto a PC using Windows 7 or newer.
http://www.model-space.com/it/software-drone


Hi,

can we pls know exactly where to download the USB cable driver?

At the mentioned link there is ONLY the software (skyrider_tool) but there is no driver

Thanks in advance


You should ensure that your OS software is up to date, as you may indeed discover that the driver does not download, but can be obtained from the lin Warthog has posted.
The information posted is only an advance outline, comprehensive information is within the Pack 12 English magazine

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Hey Tom,

Is there anything else you recommend going back and thread locking aside from the 16 motor screws?

I left the last few packs to tackle together and am part way through pack 11 now.

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