8BITDO F30 Arcade Joystick User Manual

 

 

FC30 Arcade Joystick

 

Instruction Manual

 

Everything old is new again

 

 

 

ios

1. To enter pairing mode, press and hold HOME + A for 3 seconds. The blue LED will rapidly blink.
2. Enter your iOS devices Bluetooth settings. Pair with [8Bitdo Joy].
3. The LED will be solid blue when the connection is successfull.

macOS / Windows / Android

1. To enter pairing mode, press and hold HOME for 3 seconds. The blue LED will rapidly blink.
2. Enter your devices Bluetooth settings. Pair with [8Bitdo Joy].
3. The LED will be solid blue when the connection is successful.

Note: USB OTG might be needed with some Android devices

 

 

1. Press and hold HOME for 3 seconds. The blue LED will rapidly blink.
2. Connect the Micro USB cable to your controller and preferred device please.

Note: your iOS device must be in English

 

 

Status

Low battery mode
Battery charging
Battery fully charged
LED Indicator

Red blinking LED
Green blinkine LED
Green LED turns off

 

 

To upgrade the firmware, please visit: www.Bbitdo.com

 

 

We are continuously developing and providing additional support for new game systems and products
Please visit www.Bbitdo.com for more information on how to update your controller with unique features.

 

 

1. Please visit our official website for up to date information.
2. Please charge the controller for 20 minutes before using it again if it has been put away for a lengthy perlod of time.
3. To avoid any physical damage of the controller, please ensure to keep it in a clean and dry place, away from high temperature, grease or any chemical substance.

 

 

Dimensions : width: 360 mm (14.17 inches)
Height: 231 mm 19.09 inches)
Depth: 59 mm (2.32 inches)
Connectivity : Wireless Bluetooth, Micro-USB
Range : 10 Meters
Compatibility : mac OSX, Windows, ios, Android
Battery Type : Built-in 1000 mAh Li-on, rechargeable
Battery Life : 40 Hours with 1-2 hour charging time
Controller Modes : Bluetooth Keyboard, iCade, Android Joystick, Emu-Touch Screen.
Weight : 2.980 kg with packaging

 

GT08 User Manual

User Guide v1.2

Attention before using:

1. Watchband tightness standards: cross the watchband, can be added into an index finger as the standard;
2. Pairing connection for the first time, without using bluetooth pairing method, only need close NFC on the watchband to mobile phone NFC antenna location nearly.SmartWatch NFC antenna position , please reference the overview products (diagram).
3. Use watchband for the first time, will be tight, hard to buckle into, pls follow as below methods: Put right index finger inside of the watchband , from the top push button in.

Use watchband

1. Safe instructions and main precautions

1.1 The company reserves the right to revised the manual without any prior notice.
1.2 Please charge more than 2 hours before using
1.3 Security Code

To prevent others use your product without authorization, the original password is 1122.In order to ensure the security of your personal information, please modify the original password and remember it.

2. Product Introduction

2.1 Introduction

Components of SmartWatch

Power button: Turn on/off, Wake up, Shut down, Back;

USB:Charging and data function;

Touch screen: capacitive touch screen, the function can be operationed in capacitive touch screen.

2.2 Enter Quickly

After turn on,finger drag left enter the next menu, drag right to return back the menu;Finger drag from the top to
down, enter into the notification bar,from the bottom to top, back to the main menu.
Drag distance need drag over half of the screen,if drag too short, will be mistaken for a click.
The function icon can be place the position freely according to your ideas , click ok to sure.

2.3 Using the Clock screen

While using the Watch, press the Power button to open the Clock screen.Then click the central of screen to change clock type.

Clock screen faces

Setup ways:

method 1:turn on,on the Clock screen,click the central of screen to change clock type.,there are 3 types can be selected.
method 2:turn on,enter the menu :setup–phone setup–Standby menu–Unlock type selection.

2.4 Theme Settings

Setting Method:

Go into the smart watch menu: themes-theme Settings-select your theme

3. Operation Quickly

3.1 Download the synchronous software

Methods 1: turn on the menu of watches – enter into QR Codes directory, using mobile phone QR code scanning software scan the QR code on the watch.
Methods 2: Using mobile phone scan below QR code to download

QR code

Method 3, using mobile browser, enter the following URL to download
http://c3.cli.im/FT5K1A

After download, according to the prompts to install the application. This Program only support synchronization between watch and android smart phone,will not charge mobile phone network traffic.
If you have downloaded relevant software from other channels , please check the software version,
please use the latest version of the synchronization software, to ensure the normal use of function.
If software version has upgraded, please update synchronization software.

3.2 Installation and use synchronization software

Android application software installation:

On smartphone, according to the normal android software installation, when installation complete,
can be stored into the phone memory or synchronization assistant software installation can be used.

Android applications use method: ( installed software already)

(smartphone)Enter the Settings –auxiliary Settings–bluetooth notice (services) click enter,
enable the service.
(when start using, there will be a warning, please select “ok”) software can be automatically run in the background,
synchronizing function can be used .as following:

synchronizing function

Click on the bluetooth notice, choose “notification service”,
in the “notice”,choose to push personal application or system application you need;
Telephone service function, including text messages and telephone;Looking for watch。

Note:when you use the back-end to clean up or close the back-end application software,
please do not close this bluetooth notification service,
if closed, sync will influence the watch with a mobile phone.

3.3 Bluetooth connectivity and synchronization function

3.3.1 from the mobile phone to connect Watch

Enter Mobile phone settings – turn on bluetooth – search equipment, when find GT08,
click choose matching, and select “yes” on the watch, matching success, when there is a phone book request,
please click “ok”,
it is better choose “next time no longer prompt” at the same time,
convenient for next time connection, the phone book will sync directly, not prompt again.
Note:If has installed a synchronization software,
pls also turn on this synchronization software on mobile phone in auxiliary function,
after connection,within 2-5 seconds, the mobile phone terminal will show the bluetooth connected;
on smart watch at the same time,will prompts you automatic synchronization cellphone time,
it indicates that the synchronization function is enabled.When mobile phone have a new message coming,
will synchronization to smart watches in timely.
3.3.2From the smart watch to connect mobile phone
On the smart watch,select the bluetooth dialer – click to search bluetooth device –
find your smartphone (such as samsung 9500) – click connection;the continue process operation as 3.3.1
3.3.2From the smart watch to connect mobile phone On the smart watch,
select the bluetooth dialer – click to search bluetooth device – find your smartphone (such as samsung 9500)
– click connection;the continue process operation as 3.3.1
Note: At the same time,the mobile phone need turn on the bluetooth
and allow to be searched by around bluetooth products

3.4 Function menu description

3.4.1 Message mobile phones synchronous message or smart watch message

3.4.2 Bluetooth

3.4.3 Set up the state of the bluetooth, turn on or off.

3.4.4 Call Records

3.4.5 After connecting the bluetooth, you can view your call status of the near term。

Bluetooth Dialer :

From the watches to connect the mobile phone for matching;

3.4.6 Remote Notification

Synchronous Show the message from mobile phone terminal , such as: QQ, WeChat, messages, time, Twitter, Facebook etc.;

3.4.7 Remote Take Photos

Controlling from the watch,using mobile phone camera take pictures;Need turn on the android mobile phone’s camera advance.

3.4.8 Anti-lost

Watch looking for mobile phone or mobile phone looking for watch. Two-way anti lost;

3.4.9 Setup

Note: In the phone setting, you can set the clock type and theme;In the security Settings, the default security code: 1122

3.4.10 Pedometer

In pedometer Settings, drag to left, you can see steps and burn calories, speed, mileage etc.
movement information;
In the process of movement, if want to go back to the main menu, and don’t want to stop step function,
please press the power button.pedometer function will continue to run in the background.
Motion synchronization data, please see the behind dynamic capabilities.

3.4.11 Sleep Monitoring

According to your sleep time to show the quality of your sleep.

3.4.12 Sedentary Remind

Can set up the time, remind you need to take exercise;It is recommended that one time at least per hour;

3.4.13 QR code

Scan the QR code, can download the synchronization software, if have the new version software to upgrade,
please contact with our company, we will provided the new download address;Please do not use WeChat or QQ
,or others browser scanning and download.

3.4.14 Intelligent search

Searching for the relevant information on the watch

3.4.15 Clock

3.4.16 Calendar

3.4.17 Calculator

3.4.18 Profiles

3.4.19 File Manager

3.4.20 Music Player

Can play music on the watch and mobile phone music connected bluetooth;

3.4.21 Theme, as shown in the theme Settings

3.4.22 Camera

3.4.23 Video recording device

3.4.24 Photo

3.4.25 Video Player

3.4.26 Record

4.Precautions for use

4.1 Please charge fully before use, charging time need 1-2 hours.
4.2 Charge line can use android smartphone charge line and authentic charger;
Or use the standard configuration
accessories;
4.3 Bluetooth disconnect if exceeds the distance, after using two-way anti-lost,if do not reconnect again,
it cannot use the search function;
4.4 Using bluetooth,it will be disconnect occasionally,please reconnect(if over 5 minutes not connected,
need connect manually)When connection,
please pay attention to choose agree with the phone book synchronous;Otherwise,
it will not be able to show the calls from phone book;
4.5 Music function, because of there are different android mobile phone,
some will show the name of the song ,some mobile phone is can not show the name of the song, this is normal.

5. Dynamic movement data synchronization function

5.1 Download Dynamic movement back-end service software

QR code

Method one: scan the QR code, installation Dynamic movement
background services software;Installation method as above;
Method Two: Log in background services website: www.fundo.cc download dynamic movement APK;

5.2 Sport data storage and sharing
5.2.1 Registered ID and login dynamic server, to accurate accounting sport data and give you the correct guidance,pls set your parameters, including height, weight, age.
5.2.2 Connect Smart Watch and mobile phone bluetooth,
and connect the bluetooth synchronization software;Same as above
5.2.3 After do exercise, click the “reset” data on the watch, can store multiple data
5.2.4 In the mobile phone, use dynamic software synchronous data,
synchronization data to back-end to share and store.Back-end will record your movement process and data
5.2.5 Please reference the function and use introduction on the website about the other function
and new features for the dynamic movement software.
5.2.6 Dynamic service website:www.fundo.cc

6. NFC Application

6.1 The smart watch with NFC function(Near Filed Communication);
Bluetooth pairing password has been written into the smart watch when production on factory
6.2 Smart Watch paired with mobile phone bluetooth, turn on mobile phones bluetooth,
smart watch NFC antenna position close nearly to the mobile phone NFC antenna position
(the different phone will be on different position,
can be searched by move slowly in mobile phone’s back around),
the phone will automatically prompt the bluetooth pairing;
Then pairing as usual.After the smart watch pairing with mobile phones,
need to connect again,or disconnected,
only need two NFC antenna close nearly to contact, without any manual processing.
6.3 Write the content into smart watch NFC:
6.3.1 Mobile phone download the write NFC software ,
there are too many kinds of software sold on the market,we recommended TagWriter
it can be download easy,please installed like android software after downloading;
6.3.2 Written software instructions ( TagWriter for example):
1) open the software, as following figure (figure 1) View is to read,
to read data for NFC module .Please see the content what has been written.
Create and write is to write documents

2) Click Create and write go into the next interface:(figure 2)
3) Write in a bluetooth address and password, click New, shown as figure 3,
and then select bluetooth, shown as figure 4,
then searching the connected Bluetooth watch (such as M2)

4) click the device name M2, and then go into the next interface (figure 5),
click Next enter the Next step shown as figure 6, tick the write multiple NFC,
click Next ,in the next step, shown as figure 7.
Using mobile phone antenna position close to smart watch NFC antenna position,
wait for 2 seconds, watches and cell phone issued a “tick”at the same time,success shown as figure 8.

5) write other content, steps and methods are same as above, only in
step 3), choose a different content, it can be message or contacts.

7. Common Troubleshooting Guides

If have any problems when using the smart watch, please refer to the following terms and conditions.
If the problem still exists, please contact the dealer or the designated maintenance personnel.

7.1 Can not turn on
Press the power button too short, please press over 3 seconds.
Battery Power too low, please charge.
7.2 Shut down automatic Battery Power too low, please charge.
7.3 Using time is very short
Not fully battery power, please make sure Charging enough time (minimum 2 hours).
Use the SIM card, but the signal is very poor, lead to cell phone use big current.
7.4 can’t normal charge
Check whether the battery is available, the performance of the battery will reduce after a few years.
Check the charger is working correctly, change the new charger to try Check the connect USB charging line interface
try again.
7.5 Not show the caller’s name
When the bluetooth connection, it not choose to upload directory;or not tick uploaded phone book;
Reconnect again, do not sync the contacts, please reconnect again and pairing.
7.6 Voice quality is not good
Smartwatch and the mobile phone too far away, please come close;
Or Bluetooth signal is bad.
The mobile phone signal is bad, change another place to answer the phone.
7.7 Dynamic data can’t sync, because of not log in the back-end,
movement data can’t save in the back-end,please register and log in.

FCC Statement

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures
— Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
— Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
— Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
— Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

SAR:

The radiated output power of this device is below the FCC
radio frequency exposure limits. Nevertheless, the device
should be used in such a manner that the potential for human
contact is minimized during normal operation.
The exposure standard for wireless devices employs a unit of
a measurement iknown as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/Kg. Tests for SAR are
conducted using standard operating positions accepted by the
FCC with the device transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is
determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR
level of the device while operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the device is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power
required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to
a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output. To
avoid the possibility of exceeding the FCC radio frequency
exposure limits, human proximity to the antenna should be
minimized.

 

Sharper Image DX-3 Video Drone User Manul

Sharper Image DX-3 Drone Manual Rechargeable 2.4GHz Video Drone

Rechargeable 2.4GHz DX-3 VIDEO DRONE

Download the PDF version here.

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR DRONE

PLEASE READ ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS
PRIOR TO USE. KEEP THIS DOCUMENT AS IT CONTAINS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRONE.

1. CHARGING

  • Drone must be charged before each use (USB cable included)
  • Indicator light will turn off once fully charged
  • Install batteries in remote

2. PAIRING

Before each flight pair the remote with the drone:

  1. Turn your drone on and place on a flat, level surface
  2. Turn on the remote on and move the left joystick down, then up, then down again
  3. The beep will indicate successful pairing

3. DIRECTIONAL LIGHTS

  • White lights indicate the front of the drone
  • Red lights indicate the back of the drone
  • Not applicable in auto-orientation mode

4. REMOTE CONTROL OVERVIEW

Practice flying your drone below 10 feet and at low speeds until comfortable with all
controls to avoid unnecessary damage or injury

Left joystick
Up/Down controls elevation
Left/Right controls spin
Right joystick
controls flight direction
Direction Trim
use to eliminate drift To cut power to drone, move left joystick to down position

QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS?

PLEASE GIVE US A call ..WE ARE HERE TO HELP

CHOKING HAZARD
SMALL PARTS NOT FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS
ADULT ASSEMBLY REQUIRED

CUSTOMER SERVICE

(800)374-2744

Before Calling please locate the 10 digits code printed on the back of your remote

Contents

INTRODUCTION

Congratulations on your purchase of the Sharper Image Rechargeable 2.4 GHz DX-3 Video Drone.Get ready to
soar to new heights. Master the art of drone flying and stunting with remote
control maneuverability. This lightweight stunting drone will provide
hours of fun.

SPECIFICATIONS

Remote Controller Battery:6×1.5V AA
Charging Time: Approximately 120 minutes
Drone Battery: 800 mAh Li-po
Maximum Recommended Altitude 150 ft.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

General Warnings

Contents and Remote Battery Installation

Charging LiPo and Replacing Propeller

Remote Overview

Operating Drone

Modes and Installing B lade Gaurds

Tips and FCC Warning

General Warnings

READ ALL WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE ∶

SAFETY WARNINGS:

• Not recommended for children under 12 years of age. As with all electrical products, precaution
• should be observed during handling and use to reduce the risk of electrical shock.
• Adult supervision is required at all times.
• Before each use, an adult should review the product and battery to determine that no damage or
• hazards exist
DO NOT TOUCH SPINNING PROPELLERS
• Do not allow anything to intentionally make contact in any way with spinning propellers
• Prevent contact with spinning blades by turning off remote prior to handling drone
Use caution and pay attention to your surroundings while operating drone
• Do not fly drone into animals, people, or inanimate objects

• Keep drone away from power lines, buildings, trees, public areas, and any other potentially
• hazardous areas.
• Do not operate in rain, heavy wind, and or any type of severe weather
• Do not land drone on wet surfaces
• Never touch or allow others to touch drone while it is flying
• Always turn drone off when it is not in use
• Always fly drone in large open areas
• Never fly drones above or near people, sudden changes in wind or other conditions could lead to
• unexpected crashes.
• Always use caution when flying drone vehicles, obey relevant laws, respect the privacy and
• property rights of others.
• The drone shall never be modified or used for anything except its intended purpose.

 

PLEASE RECYCLE OR
DISPOSE OF ELECTRONICS
PROPERLY RECYCLING
INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE AT
WWW.MERCHSOURCE.

 

 

Invasion of Privacy Warning
Always be mindful of others privacy and do not
record video or take images of others without
their consent. Check and comply with your
federal, state and local laws regarding privacy.

 

Contents and Remote Battery Installation

Components OF LITHIUM-POLYMER BATTERY
“AA” batteries

REMOTE BATTERY INFORMATION

1-Slide open battery compartment
2-Install 6 “AA” batteries as shown in diagram shown above
3-Replace and close battery compartment

LITHIUM-POLYMER BATTERY WARNING
There is a risk of fire and personal injury if Li-Po
battery is punctured, damaged or misused
• Never expose battery to extreme temperatures
• or moisture
• Do not subject battery to strong impacts
• Always keep battery away from flammable
• materials
• Only use manufacturer specified batter(ies),
• charger(s), and/or adapters, if applicable,
• specified by the manufacturer
• Battery is not serviceable
• Let battery cool to room temperature before
• charging
• While charging, never leave battery unattended
• Recycle or dispose of battery according to federal
state and local laws
KEEP THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR REFERENCE

BATTERY WARNING

• Do not mix old and new batteries
• Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc), or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium)
batteries
• Insert batteries using the correct polarity. Do not short-circuit the supply terminal
• Only use manufacturer specified batter(ies), charger(s), and/or adapters, if
applicable, specified by the manufacturer
• Always use, replace, and recharge (if applicable) batteries under adult supervision.

Charging LiPo and Replacing Propellers

CHARGING BATTERY

Note: The Battery Charger will light up when it
is charging the battery and turn off when the
battery is fully charged. Charge time is
approximately 120 minutes.

Turn off the drone before charging.
Connect the Battery Charger to the Micro USB
port on the Drone.
Connect USB connector to power source.

Method for CHARGING BATTERY

Replacing Propellers

1. Follow diagram.
2. Remove screw from top of Propeller
3. Remove broken Propeller and
replace with new Propeller.
4. Make sure you installed the correct
blade. Each blade has a number
written on it.Match the blades with
the corresponding number on the drone.
5. Insert screw into top of Propeller

Unistall Propeller

broken Propeller
Remote Overview
Remote Overview
Operating Drone

OPERATING DRONE

Step 1 – Pre Flight Checklist

1. Read all warnings and instructions.
2. Install remote batteries, page 2.
3. Make sure that drone and remote are powered off.
4. Assemble Drone, page 3.
5. Charge batteries, page 3.

Step 2 – Choosing a location

• Drone is designed to be flown indoors and outdoors

• Always make sure you have enough space to fly drone

• Always follow warnings, page 1

Step 3 – Starting Drone

1. Making sure your remote is off, slide drone switch
to ON. Drone lights will begin to flicker
2. Choose a flat even surface and follow the
diagram
3. Turn remote on. Bring the Throttle all the way up
then bring it all the way down. Remote will beep
and drone lights will flicker rapidly then turn on
permanently once paired.
4. Drone is ready for flight.

Step 4 – Lift Off

1. Slowly and carefully press the Throttle Joystick
up. Drone will begin to elevate. You can
compensate for some of the drones drifting by
using the Multi Directional Button or by following
step 5. You may need to practice this step
several times before successfully getting drone
into the air.
2. You can let go of the throttle once you get to your
desired elevation. The drone will engage its auto hover function. auto

Practice Step

Step 5 – Drone Begins to Drift

Follow this step if your drone begins to drift while take off or during flight

• Drone drifts backwards: Press the forward Adjustment Button

• Drone drifts forwards: Press the Backwards Adjustment Button

• Drone drifts left: Press the Right Adjustment Button
• Drone drifts right: Press the Left Adjustment Button
• Drone spins clockwise (viewing drone from top): Slide
the spin Adjustment to the left
• Drone spins counter-clockwise (viewing drone from top):
Slide the Spin Adjustment to the right

Step 6 – Operating Drone in Flight

The drones range is approximately 400 feet or 150 feet of altitude

• Read and be aware of all warnings found on page 1.
• Maintain your desired elevation by using the Throttle
• Push the Throttle joystick to right or left to spin the drone.
• Use the Multi Directional Joystick to move forwards,
backwards, and side to side
• Review step 5 if your drone begins to drift
• Drone will begin to blink when drone is paired to remote
and battery is low

Step 7 – Landing Drone

There are two ways to land the drone

1. Press the Auto Land Button. The drone will slowly begin to land. If
the drone begins to drift, you can still control the drone’s
direction using the Multi Directional Button.
2. Slowly and carefully press the Throttle Joystick down until drone
lands. If the drone begins to drift, you can still control the drone’s
direction using the Multi Directional Button


Always turn off remote prior to retrieving
or picking up drone. This will help you
avoid accidently activating propellers.

Modes and Installing Blade Gaurds

MODES

Stunt Button

Once you are comfortable flying the drone, use the Stunt Button to perform acrobatic stunts.

1. Hover the drone to at least above 10 feet.
2. Press the Stunt Button. You will hear beeping coming from the remote
3. Move the Multi Directional Button to the desired direction that you would like the drone to flip

Auto Orientation Button ☮

• Auto Orientation default setting is off. To enter this mode press Auto Orientation “+” button. Re mote
will beep twice.
• After drone success paired, the 2 white LED lights toward orientation will be the original forward
orientation, when drone is in auto orientation mode, whatever the drone spin, the forward orientation
will be previous original forward orientation.
• Remote will beep every 6s to indicate the drone is in Auto Orientation mode.
• To exit mode, press the “+“ button. Remote will sound 1 long beep indicating that it has exited Auto
Orientation mode.

Auto Landing Button ⚇

• Make sure you have achieved level, balanced flight, where the drone is neither climbing nor
descending.This mode allows you to safely and slowly land your drone without having to control the
speed. It is done for you automatically.
• The ideal auto landing height is 25ft.
• Press the “-“ button to trigger auto land. Remote will beep continuously until drone lands
• Do NOT touch the left control stick. This will interrupt the landing sequence.
• To steer the drone during landing, use the right control until drone has reached the ground.
• Press the “-“ button again to exit auto landing mode.

NOTE: Please make sure the throttle joystick is on down position before exit auto landing mode.

Camera – taking pictures and creating videos

• Taking a picture- press Camera Button once to take a picture. 4 main lights will blink once and
audible beep heard indicating photo has been taken.
• Creating video- press Video Button once to take a video. Main lights will blink continuously indicating
video is being recorded. Lights will go solid (stop blinking) when video recording has stopped.
• Please press the video button again to stop the video creating.

NOTE: Please make sure the throttle joystick is on down position before exit auto landing mode.

INSTALLING BLADE GAURDS

• Click blade guards in place per
diagrams below.
• Use provided screws and a small
screwdriver to secure the blade gaurds
before use.

blade guards &screwdriver
Tips and FCC Warning

TIPS

• Do not crash drone into sand or dirt. Drone gears may become clogged
• When first learning to fly, practice lifting off and hovering
• Stay several feet from walls and buildings
• Always Press Throttle all the way down after crashing or when something gets stuck in propellers
• Never fly drones above or near people, sudden changes in wind or other conditions could lead to unexpected crashes.
• Always use caution when flying drone vehicles, obey relevant laws, respect the privacy and property rights of
others.
• The drone shall never be modified or used for anything except its intended purpose.

WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.

TROUBLESHOOTING:

When remote switch is turned on, the remote light does not illuminate:

1) Check that batteries in the remote are installed correctly OR
2) Replace with new batteries

During drone flight, the remote LED is flashing:

1) Remote batteries are low; replace them with new batteries

Drone and remote properly pair, but the drone will not lift-off:

1) Drone Li-Po needs charging. Use charging cable to connect the drone to power source.

After trimming the drone, the drone flight is very unstable and cannot fly properly:

1) One or more blades are most likely damaged;
2) Turn off the drone and remote.
3) Replace with the proper number replacement blade and try flying again.

After impact, the drone is unstable:

1) Put the left remote control lever to the left bottom and put the right remote control lever
to the right bottom at the same time which connected to the drone (diagram to right).
2) If the above does not resolve the issue, reboot the drone and controller and pair again.

Remote Controller and Drone can not be paired:

1) Check Point: Remote Controller must be closed to Drone, not exceed 4 meters.

Note: If there are 2 sets of Drones within 4 meters for Pairing, you must pair one successfully before pairing the second set.


 

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this
device may not cause
harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.


Remote Controller

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio commu- nications.
However there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in aparticular installation.

If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna,
– Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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LENOVO Snowman Home Robot IP Camera User Manual

Lenovo Home Robot Camera [Snowman]

front and back diagrams of lenovo snowman

Packing List Includes:

  • Camera
  • Power Adapter
  • Power Cable
  • Bracket
  • Quick Manual (paper)
  • Reset Pin
  • 3m

Camera Configuration

  • Before Configuring, please confirm WiFi availability
  • Supports Android 4.4 and iOS 8 and better devices

Step 1. Scan QR Quote to Download App

Scan QR Code to download App

  • For IOS, scan the QR code on WeChat to download Directly
  • For Android 4.4+, follow the steps after scanning with We-Chat
  • Other QR scanning tools will take you to the app download page

    Lenovo App for iOS and Android

Step 2. Registration and Login

FAQ:

How to Reset the Camera:

Using the reset pin, press the reset button in the reset hole on the back of the device for 30 seconds. You will hear the prompt “Waiting for Installation”. This indicates the reset is finished.

Why is the cloud video discontinuous?

When you watch it remotely on phone, in order to save mobile data, remote recording adopts movement detection mode. The video is only recorded when movement is found within the frame.

How much capacity does the TF card support? What format is best?

The Camera supports FAT32 Format Class 10 TF Cards up to 32 GB in size. When the card is completely full, the oldest video is automatically deleted.

What Wi-Fi is supported?

The camera supports 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and WPA2/WPA2-PSK Encryption. 5G, WEP, and Hidden SSIDs are not supported.

Indicator Light Meanings:

Red Light Flashing: Waiting for Configuration

Blue-Green Light Flashing: Connecting to the cloud server

Green Light Solid: Normal Operation

Blue Light Flashing: Updating

Blue Light Solid: Camera Offline

Installation Instructions:

  1. The camera is enclosed with wall installation accessories (Circular Iron Sheet and 3M Glue). The iron mount bracket can be stuck with the adhesive to the wall or roof.
  2. When the wall mounting accessories are fixed, the camera base can be pulled apart, screw in the direction of the base arrow and then stick the camera to the wall using the magnet in the base.
  3. The camera base is magnetic so it may be easily stuck to any magnetic surface (refrigerator, sheet metal, metal pole, etc)

Full PDF Manual Available Here

Zipp Nano Drone Instruction Manual

Propel Zipp Nano Drone Manual [2.4 GHz Indoor/Outdoor High-Performance Drone]

Propel Zip Nano Drone

INSTRUCTION BOOKLET

WARNING: Never leave product charging unattended for extended periods of time. Always disconnect Zipp Nano™ from charger immediately after the Zipp Nano™ is fully charged. Please refer to enclosed safety instructions.

PACKAGE CONTAINS:

Zipp Nano, 2.4GHz Controller, USB Charger, Spare Parts, Instruction Booklet

Colors and styles may slightly vary.

 

FEATURES

  • Built in 6 axis gyroscopic chip keeps the Zipp Nano™ extremely stable in all conditions.
  • New T (training ) mode helps beginner pilots learn how to fly.
  • Unique switch blade technology allows for 3ch and 4ch flight modes.
  • 3 different speed settings for slow to high speed flying.
  • LED directional lights makes the Zipp Nano™ easy to follow.
  • 2.4G radio allows for a 200 foot operational range.
  • The Zipp Nano™ is engineered for incredible maneuverability including 360˚ aerial stunts!

REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY INSTALLATION

  1. Unscrew the battery cover from the back of the remote control.
  2. Install 2 “AAA” alkaline batteries into the battery pack as shown in the diagram.
  3. Replace the battery cover and secure it.

CHARGING THE ZIPP NANO™

  1. Make sure the Zipp Nano’s power switch is in the “OFF” position and plug the USB charging cord into the charging socket of the Zipp Nano™(see diagram A ). Battery Cover Caution: The USB plug fits the charging socket only in one way. Do not force it.
  2. Connect the Zipp Nano™ charging cord to your computer’s USB port (see diagram B). Caution: Only use this charging cord with a computer USB port! Do not attempt Battery Compartment (2 “AAA” batteries) to use other USB charging devices.
  3. The red LED on the USB plug lights up when charging is complete (See diagram C). Note: If the red LED lights up, either the charging is complete or the USB plug is not properly connected.
  4. The charging time will vary depending on the percentage of battery already charged. The average charging time is approximately 30-45 minutes. The Zipp Nano™ operates for approximately 5-7 minutes per charge.

Low battery indication: the Zipp Nano™ ‘s LED lights will begin to flash to notify you that the battery is running low. The lights will continue to flash for 45 seconds before the Zipp Nano™ automatically lands.

Charging zipp nano drone via USB. The red led on the usb plug lights up when charging is complete.

Thank you for purchasing the 2.4 G Indoor /Outdoor Zipp Nano™. Please read this instruction booklet as it contains valuable information on how to properly fly and care for your Zipp Nano™.

ZIPP NANO™ DIAGRAM

The safety guard is easy to clip on and off. Simply pull the clips away from each mount and remove the Zipp ano from below. Always have the safety guard attached when flying in T-Mode and Mode-1

REMOTE DIAGRAM

Zipp Nano Remote Diagram.

REMOVABLE CONTROLLER GRIPS

Easily slides off and on. (see remote diagram)

WARNING

DO NOT FLY YOUR ZIPP NANO™ IN FOUL WEATHER!

do not fly in bad weather (snow, rain, wind, lightning)

PREPARING FOR FLIGHT

  • Verify that there are 2 “AAA” batteries inside the remote control unit and the Zipp Nano™ has been fully charged.
  • Make sure to be in a large space with an open radius of at least 50 feet.
  • Make sure the empty space has no obstacles and river. Set your Zipp Nano™ on a clean flat surface before take-off.

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FLY YOUR ZIPP NANO™ IF THERE IS RAIN, SNOW, HEAVY WINDS, THUNDER OR LIGHTNING OUTDOORS. IT COULD DAMAGE YOUR PRODUCT AND POSSIBLY EVEN CAUSE BODILY HARM.

SYNCING YOUR ZIPP NANO™

Important! When syncing your Zipp Nano™ copter with the controller always make sure that the copter is on a flat level surface. This ensures that the 6 Axis gyro is properly programmed to mimic your trim settings.

Your Zipp Nano™ utilizes an automatic 2.4G channel selection system that allows up to 8 people to fly side by side in the same wireless range.

For One Person Play:

1. Before starting, make sure that the power on both your controller and Zipp Nano™ are in the OFF position. Make sure that there are no other 2.4G devices in the area as well.

2. Turn ON the Zipp Nano™ and set it down on a flat surface. The white and red LED indicators of the Zipp Nano™ should flash.

3. ON the remote, pull the throttle all the way down, then turn ON your remote and You will hear 2 short beeps, the white and red LED lights start flashing faster, Push the throttle all the way up and pull it down, your Zipp Nano™ and remote should have successfully synced. Should this not happen, repeat all steps again.

For Multi-Person Play:

4. Before starting, make sure that the power on all Zipp Nanos and Controllers are in the OFF position. Make sure that there are no other 2.4G devices in the area as well.

5. Each person will have to sync their Zipp Nano™ individually at a different time to avoid interference. Follow steps 1 to 3 above making sure to keep away from other people while also making sure that no one else is syncing at the same time

6. After syncing a players Zipp Nano™, it should be left ON until all players have synced their Zipp Nano™.

7. Should there be a mistake/interference, all players must turn off their controllers and Zipp Nano™ and start the process all over again.

FLYING TIPS

  • It is recommended that you operate the Zipp Nano™ in a wide space. The ideal space should have a 200 foot radius.
  • Parental guidance or adult supervision is suggested at all times.
  • If you are flying the Zipp Nano™ with others, make sure all spectators are behind you.
  • For best performance, it is recommended that you operate the Zipp Nano™ in zero wind conditions.
    Wind can greatly affect the performance of the Zipp Nano™.

UNDERSTANDING TRIM ADJUSTMENTS

Forward/Backward Trim

  • If your Zipp Nano™ is moving forwards or backwards automatically, you may need to adjust the FORWARD/BACKWARD TRIM buttons.
  • If your Zipp Nano™ flies forward, push and release the B TRIM button repeatedly until the moving stops and proper flight is maintained.
  • If your Zipp Nano™ flies backwards, push and release the F TRIM button in the same manner until the problem is resolved.
  • From time to time you may have to adjust the FORWARD/BACKWARD TRIM to ensure the Zipp Nano™ will hover in mid-air and respond accurately to your commands.
Forward backward trim controls

Banking Left/Right Trim

  • If your Zipp Nano™ is not steadily hovering and is banking to the left or right automatically, you may need to adjust the BANKING TRIM buttons.
  • If your Zipp Nano™ banks to the left, push and release the R TRIM button repeatedly until the banking stops and proper flight is maintained.
  • If your Zipp Nano™ banks to the right, push and release the L TRIM button in the same manner until the problem is resolved.
  • From time to time you may have to adjust the BANKING TRIM to ensure the Zipp Nano™ will steadily hover in mid-air and respond accurately to your commands.
4 CH Left/right Banking Controls. Push the L trim button to increase left banking sensitivity, push the R trim button to increase right banking sensitivity

NOTE: The use of the Trim buttons are accompanied with a Beep tone. A single long Beep indicates the product is center trimmed. Continuous long Beeps indicate the product is trimmed to the maximum on a particular side.

RECOGNIZING THE FRONT AND BACK OF THE ZIPP NANO™

Even though the Zipp Nano™ has four rotors there is still a front or “forward” facing direction and “back” or backwards facing direction. The forward Front and forward facing direction of the Zipp Nano™ is the side with two holes. The rear and back of the Zipp Nano™ is where the battery charging socket and the power ON/OFF is. The Zipp Nano™ when in flight will also help you keep aware of the orientation with lighted LED lights in the arms of the Zipp Nano™. NOTE: The front of the copter displays WHITE LED lights and the back of the copter displays RED LED lights.

SPEED SETTING BUTTON

The Zipp Nano™ has 4 speed settings; T(Training), 1 (SLOW) , 2 (MEDIUM) and 3(HIGH). The Default setting when you first turn on your Zipp Nano™ is the 1 (SLOW) speed mode. To increase the speed simply press the speed setting button (see remote diagram on page 3) You will here a beep and the speed indicator will display the current speed setting with the Number. Number 1 indicates slow speed, 2 indicates medium speed and 3 indicate high speed.

T (Training)MODE

Simply press and hold the Speed Setting Button you will hear a long beep and the speed indicator will change to “T”, Now you are in the T mode. T mode allows you learn how to operate your Zipp Nano™ in a very slow speed. To exit T mode just press the speed setting button again.

Auto Shut Off

In T-Mode and Mode 1 (with safety cage fitted), The Zipp Nano™’s motors will automatically shut off when it comes into contact with the ground, walls or any other objects. This is a safety feature for beginner pilots and is disabled in mode 2 and 3.

3/4 CHANNEL SELECT

Zipp Nano™ allows you to control your Quadrocopter in 3 channel mode (beginner) or 4 channel mode (advanced flying). The Zipp Nano™ default setting is 4 Channel mode. To change to 3 Channel mode: PRESS the 3CH button (see remote diagram on pg 3), you will hear 3 short beeps indicating the Zipp Nano™ now is set to 3CH mode. To change back to 4 Channel mode: PRESS the 4CH button (see remote diagram on pg 3), you will hear 4 short beeps indicating the Zipp Nano™ is now set to 4CH mode

4 CHANNEL FLIGHT CONTROL

Below is a list of basic flight functions for your long-range remote control Zipp Nano™. While learning to fly your Zipp Nano™ it is best to start with a large space until you get used to the basic controls. As you master flying your Zipp Nano™ you can move to more advanced maneuvering techniques. Practice makes perfect! When you have these basic steps down you can move to the next level.

controlling the flight with the throttle and direction sticks

3 CHANNEL FLIGHT CONTROL

Below is a list of basic flight functions for your long-range remote control Zipp Nano™. While learning to fly your Zipp Nano™ it is best to start with a large space until you get used to the basic controls. As you master flying your Zipp Nano™ you can move to more advanced maneuvering techniques. Practice makes perfect! When you have these basic steps down you can move to the next level.

3 Channel flight control -left right up and down with the thumbsticks

CALIBRATING THE ZIPP NANO™

If the Zipp Nano™ becomes unstable during the course of flying, you may need to re-stabilize the internal gyros. To do this place the Zipp Nano™ on a level surface, pull both of the control levers on the remote down and to the right (approximately 45º) at the same time. The LEDs on the Zipp Nano™ will flash quickly and then remain solid, this indicates your drone has been stabilized (see diagram below).

Hold both thumbsticks to the bottom right

HOW TO DO 360º STUNT ROLLS

1. In order to make your Zipp Nano™ do 360º rolls you must fully charge your battery. Note: The Zipp Nano™ will not do 360º stunt rolls in T-Mode, Mode1 and under low battery indication (The LED lights on the drone will be flashing).

2. Once you are ready to attempt a 360º roll, simply depress and let go of the “STUNT” button on the top right hand side of your controller (see Remote Diagram on page 3), you will hear a sound. This means you are now in “STUNT MODE”

3. Now quickly move your right control stick in any of 4 directions; up, down, left or right and your Zipp Nano™ copter will instantly roll in the associated direction. See diagram below. 360˚Stunt-Roll

360 stunt roll button located on the top right of the controller along with pressing the thumbstick in the direction of the stunt

ZIPP NANO™ WARNING:

The Zipp Nano™ is designed for INDOOR and OUTDOOR use. The Zipp Nano™ blades revolve at high speeds and can cause damage to the user, spectators, and animals. Stand away from the Zipp Nano™ to reduce the risk of getting into the flight path. Warn spectators that you will be flying your Zipp Nano™ so that they are aware of its position. Before a flight, inspect the rotor blades to make certain that the blades are securely fastened to the Zipp Nano™.

WARNING!

  • Choking/Cutting Hazard. Small Parts/Sharp Rotor Blades.
  • Keep hands, hair and loose clothing away from the propeller when the power switch is turned to the ON position.
  • Turn off the transmitter and Zipp Nano™ power switches when not in use.
  • The included charger is built specifically for the Zipp Nano™ Li-Poly battery. Do not use it to charge any other battery.
  • New alkaline batteries are recommended for maximum performance.
  • Parental supervision recommended when flying Zipp Nano™.

BATTERY WARNINGS

RECHARGEABLE BATTERY:

This Zipp Nano™ uses a Li-Poly rechargeable battery. If battery no longer stays charged, dispose of battery properly according to local disposal requirements.

CONTROLLER BATTERIES:

Remote control requires 2 “AAA” batteries (not included). Please read the important battery safety warning below.

  • Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) and rechargeable batteries (Nickel Metal Hydride).
  • Do not mix old and new batteries.
  • Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
  • Rechargeable batteries are to be removed from the item before being charged (if removable).
  • Rechargeable batteries are only to be charged under adult supervision.
  • Exhausted batteries should be removed immediately and must be recycled or disposed of properly according to state or local government ordinances and regulations.
  • The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.
  • Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended are to be used.
  • Batteries are to be inserted with the correct polarity (see inside booklet for diagram).
  • Do not dispose batteries in a fire – batteries may leak or explode.

CARE AND MAINTENANCE

  • Always remove the batteries from the wireless infrared remote control when it is not being used for an extended period of time.
  • To clean, gently wipe the remote control and Zipp Nano™ with a clean damp cloth.
  • Keep the toy away from direct heat or sunlight.
  • Do not submerge the toy into water. This can damage the unit beyond repair.
  • Parental guidance recommended when installing or replacing the batteries.

REPLACING THE PROPELLER BLADE

Your Zipp Nano™ propeller system is a precision instrument that may need repair or replacement from time to time for optimal flight function. Crash landing from high-speed aerial flights may cause damage to your Zipp Nano™ propellers.

1. The Zipp Nano™ has four blades, two A & B blades on front, and two B & A blades on back (see the diagram E).

2. Pick up a blade from the included spare parts and match Front the marking to the diagram E.

3. Replacing the correct blade to the broken blade.

top view of the zipp nano drone

FCC Part 15 Notice

CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:

  • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
  • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
  • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  • Consult the dealer or experienced radio/TV technician for help.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. The operation is subject to the following two conditions :

(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and

(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE: CANADA ONLY.

This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). The operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter dout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.

Conforms to safety requirements of ASTM, CPSIA and FCC.
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PS4 Universal Media Remote Instructions

Official Media Remote for Playstation 4 Instruction Manual
051-038-NA

What you can do with the Universal Media Remote

  • The Universal Media Remote uses Bluetooth wireless technology to operate your PS4™ system and to control the playback of common types of media, including Blu-ray Disc media.
  • Infrared (IR) technology enables you to operate peripheral devices such as your television, AV amplifier, and cable/satellite set-top box. For IR operation, you must point the IR transmitter of the remote directly at the device. Check that there are no obstructions between the remote control and the device.

Preparing for use

Remove the battery cover on the rear of the Universal Media Remote and insert 2 AAA batteries. Make sure the batteries are in the correct position.

Operating the PS4™ system

Check the PS4™ system software version
To use the Universal Media Remote, the PS4™ system software must be version 2.55 or later. You can check the system software version by selecting Settings -> System -> System Information.

Pairing the Universal Media Remote with a PS4™ system
This operation is performed only once, when you are using the Universal Media Remote for the first time.

  1. Turn on the PS4™ system.
  2. From the PS4™ system menu, select Settings -> Devices -> Bluetooth Devices
  3. On the Universal Media Remote, press the PS4 device key
  4. Next, press and hold the SHARE button and the PS button simultaneously until the red LED begins to flash
  5. Place the remote close to the PS4™ system and wait for “PDP Universal Media Remote for PS4” to appear in the device list
  6. Using a connected controller, select “PDP Universal Media Remote for PS4” from the list, and press the X button. When prompted, select “Yes”
  7. The red LED on the remote will illuminate for 3 seconds and then turn off, indicating successful pairing

Tips

  • For the latest PS4™ usage instructions, refer to the user’s guide for the PS4™ system (manuals.playstation.net/document/).
  • For the latest Universal Media Remote instructions, refer to the online user’s guide (support.pdp.com).
  • Only one Universal Media Remote can be registered with the PS4™ system at a time.
  • When you pair the Universal Media Remote with another PS4™ system, registration with the original PS4™ system is cleared. To use the remote with the original PS4™ system, you will have to follow the pairing procedure again.

How to use the Universal Media Remote

PS4 button, TV Button, AMP Button, CBL Button
PS4 Universal Media Remote Buttons


DEVICE buttons
Switch between devices

PS4™ system button Switch the remote to operate the PS4™ button
TV button Switch the remote to operate a TV
AMP button Switch the remote to operate an AV amplifier
CBL button Switch the remote to operate a cable/satellite set-top box


Buttons for operating a PS4™ system, TV, AV amplifier, or cable/satellite set-top box
The meaning of the icons shown in the table below is as follows:

  • (PS4) used to operate the PS4™ system
  • (TV) used to operate the TV
  • (AMP) used to operate the AV amplifier
  • (CBL) used to operate a cable/satellite set-top box

Operating a TV, A/V amplifier, or cable/satellite set-top box

You can use the Universal Media Remote to operate a TV, A/V amplifier, or set-top box.
Set the remote code to match the product in use.

NOTE: Some functions of your original remote may not be controlled by this remote. Use the original remote, if available, to control such functions. Sometimes buttons other than described in these instructions may actually perform the function. For example, the channel and volume buttons might be used to navigate through menu choices. We recommend you experiment with the remote to identify if such situations apply to your equipment.

Programming TV, AMP, and CBL devices

There are two ways to program TV, AMP, and CBL devices, AUTO SEARCH MODE, or MANUAL ENTRY MODE.

Auto Search Mode

  1. Turn the target device ON.
  2. Point the Universal Media Remote directly at the target device and make sure it stays pointed at the device throughout the programming process.
  3. On your Universal Media Remote, press and hold down the green PWR key and the desired device key for about 5 seconds. The red LED on the remote will turn on, indicating that it is now in Auto Search Mode.
  4. Keep the remote pointed at the device.
  5. When the remote locates the correct code, the device will turn OFF.
  6. When the device turns OFF, immediately press any key to complete programming.
  7. If the red LED turns off and programming was not successful, please use manual entry mode.

Manual Entry Mode

  1. Turn the target device ON.
  2. Refer to the Manufacturer’s Code List included in the product documentation.
  3. Find the brand name of the target device.
  4. On your Universal Media Remote, press and hold the gray device key, and enter the first 4-digit code from the Code List. Release the gray device key.
  5. Point the remote at the target device and press the PWR key.
  6. If the device does not turn on, repeat the process with the remaining codes on the list until programming is successful.

Learning Function

The yellow, blue, red, and green “soft keys” can be used for learning additional IR commands from other remote control devices. By default, the green soft key controls device INPUT. If desired, this key can be reprogrammed.

  1. On the Universal Media Remote, hold down the gray device key that corresponds to the device of the existing (teaching) remote. At the same time, hold down the colored soft key you wish to program.
  2. After 5 seconds, the red LED will light up, indicating the remote is ready to learn.
  3. . Point the teaching remote directly at the IR window on the front of the Universal Media Remote, and press the key on the teaching remote that you want to teach.
  4. The red LED on the Universal Media Remote will flash 3 times, indicating that learning was successful.

Volume and Channel Punch Through

The volume and channel keys can be set to always control the correct device, regardless of which mode the remote is in.

Volume Punch Through

  1. Hold down the gray device key for the device that should always control volume and the MUTE key at the same time.
  2. The red LED will flash 3 times to indicate Volume Punch Through is successful.

Channel Punch Through

  1. Hold down the gray TV and CBL buttons until the red LED turns on, then release the keys.
  2. Press the gray device key for the device that should always control channel selections
  3. The red LED will flash 3 times to indicate Channel Punch Through is successful.

PRECAUTIONS

Battery Use

  • Never throw batteries into a fire.
  • If you come into contact with material from a leaking battery, take the following actions:
    • If the material gets into the eyes, do not rub. Immediately flush the eyes with clean water and seek medical attention.
    • If the material comes into contact with the skin or clothes, immediately rinse the affected area with clean water. Consult your physician if inflammation or soreness develops
  • Keep the product out of reach of small children. Small children may swallow the batteries or small parts, which may inflict injury or cause an accident.
  • Do not use batteries other than those specified, and always replace with the same type of battery. Do not mix old and new batteries.
  • Insert batteries with the plus and minus ends in the correct direction.
  • Remove batteries when they have reached the end of their life, or if the remote is to be stored for an extended period of time.

Use and handling

  • Do not expose the remote to high temperatures, high humidity, or direct sunlight.
  • Do not allow liquid or small particles to get into the product.
  • Do not put heavy objects on the product.
  • Never disassemble or modify the product.
  • Do not throw or drop the product, or otherwise expose it to strong physical impact.
  • Do not place any rubber or vinyl materials on the product exterior for an extended period of time.
  • When cleaning the product, use a soft, dry cloth. Do not use solvents or other chemicals.


FCC and IC NOTICE
This equipment complies with FCC and IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has very low levels of RF energy that are deemed to comply without testing specific absorption ratio (SAR).

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

  • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
  • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
  • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.

This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. This device complies with RSS-247 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003 (Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada).

Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.

Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using an antenna of a type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada,. To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent isotopically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that necessary for successful communication.

Conformément à la réglementation d’Industrie Canada, le présent émetteur radio peut fonctionner avec une antenne d’un type de d’un gain maximal (ou inférieur) approuvé pour l’émetteur par Industrie Canada. Dans le but de réduire les risques de brouillage radioélectrique à l’intention des autres utilisateurs, il faut choisir le type d’antenne et son gain de sorte que la puissance isotrope rayonnée équivalente (p.i.r.e.) ne dépasse pas l’intensité nécessaire à l’établissement d’une communication satisfaisante.

Hereby, Performance Designed Products declares that this remote control is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. The declaration of conformity may be consulted at www.pdp-eu.com/doc.

WARNING

  • Before using this product, carefully read this manual and retain it for future reference. Additionally, read the instructions for the Playstation® 4 System.
  • Do not handle damaged or leaking batteries.

07/06/15
051-038-NA
Universal Media Remote for PS4 – N.A. Manual

Utopia 360 VR Bluetooth Controller User Manual [TYV-1658]

GETTING STARTED

(Controller included with ETVRC & EUVRC model only)
Visit www.myretrak.com/vr for a list of recommended apps.

Key Description

1. AAA batteries (not included).
2. Hold down the power button for 3 seconds to turn on the controller repeate to turn off.
3. For the first time, it should start blinking. This means I t is from your device and chooseìUtopia 360 Remoteî. The LED will stop blinking once paired.

Note: To connect the remote to a new device, the old device should be out of range or the Bluetooth should be turned off on the device. Restart the remote and the remote will go into pairing mode after 5 seconds.

Android Instructions:

1. The switch on the side of the remote should be switched to Android.
2. The device mode can be changed based on the function of the remote change mode, press and hold @ then press any key (A/B/C/D).

@ + A    Music & Video Mode (One Handed)

Up/Down = Volume Up/Down
Left/Right = Next Track/Previous Track
C/D = Volume Up/Down
A = Play/Pause
R1 = Back

@ + B   Horizontal Game Mode (Two Handed)

Controls app dependent

@ + C   Vertical Game Mode (One Handed)

Controls app dependent

@ + D   Mouse Mode (One Handed)

360∞ Rocker = Mouse Movement
C/D = Volume Up/Down
L1 = Select (Screen Press)

Apple IOS Instructions:

1. The switch on the side of the remote should be switched to IOS.
2. The device mode can be changed based on thefunction of the remote. To change mode, press and hold @ then press any key (A/B/C).

@ + A    Music & Video Mode

Down = Next Track (Flick)/Scan Forward (Hold)

A = Play/Pause
B = Home Button
C/D = Volume Up/Down
R1 = Home Button
L1 = Play/Pause

@ + B    Game Mode

Controls app dependent

@ + C    VR Mode

A/L1 = Mute
B/R1 = Home Button
C/D = Volume Up/Down

3. find compatible apps.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
— Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
— Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
— Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
— Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help