Safely Flying and Handling the Falcore DroneSubmit a request
Please read all safety information in this chapter before operating the drone or charging the drone battery.
The Falcore Drone is not a toy and poses a serious threat of injury if not handled correctly. The drone flies at high speeds and has high speed motors and propellers which can cause serious injury to you and your surroundings when it is powered on.
Selecting a Safe Flight Area
Use the following guidelines to select a safe flight area:
- Never fly indoors.
- Select a wide open space that is free of all obstacles including: people, animals, cars, buildings and power lines.
- Fly at a safe distance from highways and roads.
- Fly at least 5 miles from the nearest airport.
- Do not fly in a drone restricted area.
- It is highly recommended to perform early flights over flat ground with mowed grass.
Use the following guidelines for safely handling your Drone:
- When the battery is inserted into the drone, drone power is on and there is a risk of the propellers Insert the battery just before flying, and remove immediately when you are finished flying.
- Stay a safe distance from the Drone whenever the battery is inserted to the Drone.
- Never allow anyone (including yourself) to approach or touch the drone while the power switch is in the ARM position.
- Switch power to ARM position only just before taking off and turn it back to STBY immediately after landing.
Use the following guidelines for safely operating your Drone.
Note:In addition to these guidelines, check and comply with local regulations.
- The pilot must be at least 13 years old or be supervised by someone who is at least thirteen years old.
- When flying FPV, always ask someone to be a spotter to watch the drone and flight area to alert you to potential danger to yourself or others.
- Always keep your drone within visual line of sight (VLOS) or, when flying FPV (First Person View), within VLOS of the spotter.
- Until you are sufficiently experienced in flying the Drone, always fly in Shield mode.
- Avoid very fast or long distance flights until you have gained sufficient flight experience and confidence.
- When the low battery indication appears, land as soon as possible and replace the battery.
- Never fly under the influence of any substance.
- Do not fly in adverse weather conditions such as in high winds or reduced visibility.
- Follow all flight instructions in this manual to ensure a safe flight.
- Keep powered on equipment at least 20 cm away from your body.