CREATIVE TOY When you place your hand underneath, it will fly up again. Flying ball is installed with infrared. Advanced hover technology makes it motion-sensitive so when it detects objects nearby or underneath, it will fly away automatically, keeping it from falling or damaging.
- 1 How do you use an infrared induction ball?
- 2 How does the flying disco ball work?
- 3 Why does the toy helicopter keep spinning?
- 4 How do you charge a toy helicopter?
- 5 How do you control the hover sphere?
- 6 How do you charge a flying ball?
- 7 Why does my toy helicopter not fly?
- 8 How do you fix a spinning helicopter?
- 9 Why does my RC helicopter fly sideways?
- 10 What can a police helicopter See?
- 11 How do you charge the world’s smallest RC helicopter?
How do you use an infrared induction ball?
The advanced LED infrared sensor hover technology is motion-sensitive, it detects nearby objects and automatically moves away from the them. It is easy to use and launch, simply hold the flying ball, turn on the switch, wait 3 seconds (safety delay) and then release the ball when the wings begin rotating.
How does the flying disco ball work?
It will fly automatically and has a sensor on the bottom. When it gets close to something, the fans speed up for a couple of seconds to keep it off the ground/hand/other object. It seems cheap, but it’s designed to break apart if it hits anything to prevent damage to it or to other objects. It reassembles easily.
Why does the toy helicopter keep spinning?
A gyroscopic controller is used to coordinate the main and tail rotors so the helicopter can fly straight. When this system is not working correctly the helicopter will spin in circles. If the tail rotor blades are not pitched correctly they will not be able to hold the helicopter still.
How do you charge a toy helicopter?
How to Charge?
- please connect the helicopter to computer or table by cable to charge. ( see picture as above)
- Tips:Do not to plug the cable into AC socket while charging, which will burn or broke the battery.
- For charging– No light to indicate while charging and To be turned red once full of charge.
How do you control the hover sphere?
Turn it on, wait 3 seconds and watch as the propellers gently lift the hover sphere into the air before it gently floats back down. Activate the infrared sensor on the base of the ball to control the height and direction of the flight. Safe for flying indoors.
How do you charge a flying ball?
You can charge it with a USB cable (included in the package). Charging time is about 30, ‘ and that will last for about 8’ of flying. Once you plug it into your computer, a red light will turn on so you can see if it’s charging or not. The light will turn off when the helicopter is fully charged.
Why does my toy helicopter not fly?
The most common reason your RC helicopter will not lift off (toilet bowl effect) is because your batteries have been weakened or unbalanced. Charging your batteries however, doesn’t mean that they are working at its fullest. Especially if they are sort of old have run a few cycles, expect it to weaken and have issues.
How do you fix a spinning helicopter?
You can fix an RC helicopter that keeps spinning by fixing the ball links on either or both the fly bar ball and upper rotor blade. The other fix has to do with the fly bar not pivoting correctly on the rotor shaft. To check on this, you’ll need to disconnect the fly bar and rotate the fly bar up and down.
Why does my RC helicopter fly sideways?
That’s completely normal, it’s the reaction due to torque, flywheel/gyro effect/momentum, etc. If you’re just learning be behind the helicopter at all times.
What can a police helicopter See?
It can see if a house, room, or roof is hotter than its surroundings. The privacy of your home is well respected by law enforcement when operating in a helicopter but if there is reason to suspect criminal activities are being conducted from a home they may be given permission to use the camera to try and see inside.
How do you charge the world’s smallest RC helicopter?
When the helicopter needs charging, simply plug it into the remote’s internal charging cord (the remote requires four AA batteries that are not included). The remote compartment even holds the control knobs so they don’t protrude when everything is bundled up – making it great for travel.