Night Ninja Whoop

By FissionBomb on Jan 01, 2019

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All black whoop for covert missions.

Bound to the Fatshark 101 Radio.

Binding the radio
Turn on the radio. The LED on the radio will turn green to indicate that the radio is on.
While holding down the BIND button on the quadcopter, plug it in. A red LED or the shark’s heart will blink rhythmically. This means that the aircraft is in binding mode.
Ensuring that the radio is already on, hold down the power button for 10-15 seconds until the green LED starts to blink quickly. That puts the radio in binding mode.
With both units in binding mode, the systems should automatically pair within seconds. The heartbeat of the shark will change pattern to reflect this, but be advised: it may happen quickly.
No other indication will show that the radio and quadcopter are bound. To test the bind, power off the entire system then turn everything back on. At this point, try testing the ARM switch on the top right corner of the radio to check to see if the switches are configured. Flip the arm switch a few times to see if the quadcopter blades power up. If the propellers don’t spin up, move onto the switch configuration section.

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otterprince   Jan 12, 2019  

Nice concept.
How do you initiate bind mode on the Fatshark 101 transmitter?

FissionBomb   Jan 13, 2019 
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Hold the power button down for 15 seconds and it will be quick flashing. This indicates bind mode. Follow normal Flysky binding on the RX side. Aux1 is top left switch. Aux2 is top right switch.

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