E59 Mark III Superior Edition Step-by-Step Guide
To help you get started, we've prepared a straightforward setup guide for you to have a look at. Just follow these steps, and you'll be flying in no time:
1. Once the drone is out of the case, unfold all of its arms slowly and ensure that they are fully extended. This step is crucial to prevent any unexpected crashes while flying.
2. Locating the power button on the drone, press it for around 3 seconds until the drone turns on. Find a level ground surface and place the drone on it. The drone's LED light will flash slowly during this time. 3. Wait for about 3 seconds before moving to the next step.
4. Turn on the remote control by pressing its power button. Once the remote control is active, it will emit two beeps, and the green LED light at the back of the drone will flash slowly. The back red LED light will remain on, confirming a successful connection between the drone and the remote controller.
5. Locate the geomagnetic calibration button on the remote controller. Hold this button for approximately 3 seconds, and the remote control will emit a single beep. As you do this, the LED light indicator on the rear arm of the drone will rapidly flash, indicating that geomagnetic calibration can be performed.
6. Stand facing the drone and rotate it slowly clockwise three times. As you do this, the rear green light indicator on the drone's arm will transition from fast flashing to slow flashing. You'll also hear a beep from the remote controller. This indicates a successful horizontal calibration.
7. Next, point the drone towards the ground and slowly rotate it clockwise three times. This action will cause the green light indicator on the drone's arm to flash slowly, followed by the red LED light staying on. The remote controller will emit two beeps. These signals confirm a successful vertical calibration.
8. Locate the gyro calibration button on the remote controller. Press and hold this button for about 3 seconds. As you do so, the green LED light indicator on the drone will flash slowly, and the red light will stay on. A beep from the remote controller will indicate successful gyro calibration.
9. Place the drone horizontally, facing you, and step back at least 1 meter. Allow the drone 1-2 minutes to search for GPS signals.
10. While waiting, observe the drone. The green LED light will transition from a slow flash to a long light flash, and the red light will stay on. The remote control will emit a single beep, and the display will show a GPS star count greater than 8. This confirms that the drone has acquired a sufficient GPS signal.
Connecting to the Drone's Application:
Step 1: Prepare the Drone Application
• Locate and scan the QR code provided in the app operating instructions using any QR scanner application. You can download one from your app store (App Store or Google Play Store).
• Alternatively, search and directly install the "RX DRONE" application from your app store.
Step 2: Connect Your Phone to the Drone's Wi-Fi
• Turn off your mobile data to prevent interference during the process.
• Open your phone's Settings.
• Find and select "Wi-Fi."
• Look for the drone's Wi-Fi network name, which usually starts with "HF-GPS5G-XX." This network should be listed among the available networks. If you can't find the drone's Wi-Fi network, try enabling and disabling your phone's Wi-Fi to refresh the network list.
Step 3: Launch the "RX DRONE" Application
• Open the "RX DRONE" application on your phone.
• When asked, grant the necessary permissions for the application to function properly.
• Inside the application, press the "PLAY" button.
• Wait for the drone's camera image to appear on your phone's screen. Once you see the image from the drone’s camera on your phone’s screen, it indicates that the drone application is successfully connected and ready to use.
Enjoy your flying experience with the E59 Mark III Super Edition drone! If you have any questions or need any more help, please don't hesitate to contact our customer support team.
* To ensure optimal performance and prevent potential issues with your drone, kindly adhere to the following professional guidelines: *
• Ideal First Flight Location: It is highly recommended for the first flight to be in a completely open space. This allows for safer maneuvering and control and significantly reduces the risk of potential collisions. Flying in such an environment enables you to understand the drone's controls and responses in a hazard-free setting, setting the stage for more complex flights in the future.
• Safe Environment: Opt for flying in open, unobstructed areas. Avoid areas with buildings, trees, power lines, or any potential hazards that may interfere with your flight.
• Comprehensive Understanding: Prior to flight, familiarize yourself completely with the drone's functions and operations. Refer to the user manual and setup video for detailed instructions.
• Routine Inspection: Always perform a thorough pre-flight inspection. This should include an assessment of the propellers, battery, camera, and any other equipment for potential issues. This step is crucial for maintaining your drone's optimal performance.
* It's typically advised to wait until the drone has connected to a sufficient number of satellites (indicated on the controller or app interface) before taking off. More satellites will result in better performance. *
1. Positioning Accuracy: GPS systems in drones use signals from multiple satellites to determine the drone's precise location. A low number of satellites can result in less accurate positioning data. This might cause the drone to drift or not hold its position well, especially when flying in GPS mode.
2. Stability: Drones often rely on GPS data for stabilization. If the drone is not connected to enough satellites, it may struggle to maintain a stable hover, leading to erratic movements.
3. Return to Home (RTH) Function: Many drones have an RTH function that relies on GPS data to return the drone to its takeoff point if the battery gets low or the connection with the controller is lost. If the drone is not connected to enough satellites, this function may not work properly, or the drone might not return to the exact takeoff location.
4. Flight Planning and Waypoint Navigation: For more advanced flight planning and waypoint navigation, a strong satellite connection is necessary. A low number of satellites can cause errors in these operations.
5. Risk of Crashes: In worst-case scenarios, poor satellite connection might lead to a complete loss of control, resulting in a crash.