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AUTO Flight Functions with Video Stabilization are standard fair with LiteHawk BURST AUTO!

This robust Multi-Rotor is a joy to fly - easy AUTO take-off and landing at the push of a button. Once you release the throttle, BURST will hold altitude automatically for you - this is very helpful when trying to capture that perfect image! With adjustable levels of performance, you can easily fly indoors with confidence, select a more powerful mode and head outdoors! Versatility is the name of the game - and BURST AUTO delivers with the ability to do forward and sideways flips, all controlled by you! 
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  • AUTO Flight Modes with Video and Still Imaging
  • 4 Channel 2.4Ghz radio lets you fly without the fear of losing signal. Not to mention there are no set channels, so you can fly multiple quads with your friends at the same time!
  • Fully Digital Stabilization
  • Top AND bottom Protective Rotor Guards
  • Clam Shell Design protects electronic and mechanical assemblies
  • LED lights are white in the front and red at the rear, so it's easy to tell direction when you are flying!
  • Advanced "Low Battery" warning system protects your on-board battery!
  • Adjustable flight modes with Auto Flip feature
  • Factory Assembled & Ready to Fly
  • Micro SD Card and USB Reader Included
  • USB charger is included.
  • Reusable packaging so you can easily store your toy and keep all the accessories together!

 Removing and replacing the battery in LiteHawk BURST AUTO

 When you go to get the battery out of its storage spot in the BURST AUTO, I like to use two hands to open the battery door.  Grasp the left rear of the drone with your left hand, pushing up on the door opening spot with your left thumb. At the same time, grasping the front right of the drone and using my right thumb to press on the Camera pods left or right corner ( not the cameras lens ) and the Battery door should slide open fairly easily, when doing this at the same time.


  Take careful note of how the battery is oriented in the compartment. The battery hook up is on the Left hand side of the battery, and should be folded into the space provided first, with the Charging Wire following right behind and beside it. It is snug, but there is room. 


   Tip: When removing your battery, disconnect the the drone from the battery by pulling on the connectors and not the wires. That way you won't break the wires from the connectors and damage the drone.

   Charging the BURST AUTO Battery

   Your LiteHawk BURST AUTO comes with a Li-Po battery which is inside the model. The rechargeable Li-Po battery provides the power to propel your model at high speeds. You should expect 5-8 min run time. However you do need to make sure to properly maintain your Li-Po Battery.
- Li-Po batteries don’t like to be run down too low. If the voltage is dropped dramatically they will be damaged and will not recharge! Once the model starts to slow, ( The lights on the BURST AUTO will begin to blink when the battery is low ) fly your model to a safe place, walk over and turn it off.

-You should always let your battery cool down after a run before you charge them. damage can result from charging a hot Li-Po battery
- It is recommend to charge the battery after your run and to always store the battery with a charge. Never discharge or dead short a Li-Po battery!  Always have the drone turned off and the battery unplugged when not in use.

  You will notice that there are two plugs with wires coming out of the battery. The Larger white plug is the balance plug.  This is the plug you use with the supplied balance charger. This is a keyed plug and will only fit one way.

  You MUST unplug the battery from the BURST AUTO when charging.

1/ Plug the USB Charger into your computer, TV, or USB charger. The LED light will Blink Red.


2/ Plug the other end of the cable into your Litehawk BURST battery. Do not force the plug, it only goes in one way. The LED light on the USB will turn Solid Red.


3/ Charge time can take up to 60 minute (shorter if charging for the first time). Once charged the LED light on the USB will turn OFF. 


Tip: If storing for more than 24 hours it is best to store with a fully charged battery. Failure to do so can damage the battery pack and shorten its useful life.

- always remove the the battery from the toy for charging

-Fully charge and unplug the battery from the toy if storing for more than 24 hrs.

  During charging: - It is normal for the battery to get warm during the charging process. Do not charge the battery on a surface that is flammable or can be damaged by heat. - Do not leave the battery and charger unattended while charging. - After charging, unplug charger from model. - Do not store the model plugged into the charger.

  Synchronizing The BURST AUTO

  1.  Make sure that the model is turned off, and locate a level flat surface.
  2.  Plug the battery into the BURST AUTO, close the hatch, and turn it on. Place the BURST AUTO on the flat surface, you must do this within 5 seconds of turning the power switch on. You will see flashing lights come on the BURST AUTO and begin to blink rapidly.  
  3. Turn on the power to the controller, and you will see a blinking red power light, and it will come on with an audible double beep. The Drone will now start a much slower blink.
  4. Move the left control stick ( this is the throttle stick ) all the way up ( you should hear a beep ) then all the way down ( you should hear a second beep ) and the controllers lights and the Drones lights should turn solid and they should now be bound.
  5. To start the rotors you must press the Start/Landing button, then use your Left/Throttle stick to achieve the height that you wish.

  Altitude Hold 

  You will notice the left stick is spring loaded. To gain or increase altitude push the stick up. To lower the its altitude push down. Once you get to a desired altitude, release the stick and the Drone will stay at that height.  When you wish to land, press the Start/Landing button and the motors will slow down and the Drone will land. You can still land it yourself, but you may have to turn the motors off by pressing the Start/Land button.

 Rotor Blade Care

   Your BURST AUTO rotor blades come really well protected, by the sturdy  guards that completely enclose the blades. Completely protected from bumps into any flat surface. There are things that can defeat this level of protection, branches and sticks, things that are pokey. Crashing into a bush may still break a blade. 

  To remove and replace one isn't too hard. 

  •  There are 6 tabs on the Rotor Blade Guard,  that fit through 6 matching Alignment holes on the Motor Guard Chassis. 


    • Grasp the Rotor Blade guard firmly at many points along the top, and give it a twist, counterclockwise, then lift out and set aside. 


    • Now you can pinch the Rotor Blade at the Hub firmly and pull the Blade off. Take note of the Letter stamped on the Blade and make sure that an identical one is replaced on that motor.


    • With the Blade Guard off, you can see how the Blade Guard Tabs will align with the Motor Guards holes. A short Twist Clockwise will lock it back in place.


    • Firmly replace the blade on the correct motor, and reattach the Blade Guards to the Main Chassis Motor Guard.

      If you are replacing the rotor blades with new ones. Make sure that you are putting the correct blade back on. They are marked with an A or B and that is what must be placed back on the correct motor.




      • Insert the included micro SD card into BURST AUTO as shown below. It'll latch into position when inserted fully. To remove it, push the card in a bit and it'll unlatch as you release it.


      • If you fly BURST AUTO without the micro SD card inserted, a red light on the Camera Pod, will blink to indicate the absence of the card, or that the card is full. Only if you know that you are not recording video. The red light will blink then to.
      • To retrieve photos and videos, remove the micro SD card and insert it into the included USB adapter or an SD adapter (not included). Insert into your computer (USB or SD port) and use your file manager to copy, cut or delete photo and video files.


      • You can also use the adapter to format your micro SD card. Either use your file manager's formatting functionality or download and install the official SD Association formatting tool.

       Removing the Camera Pod  

         Your Camera Pod is removable. If you are not using the Camera, you can remove it to reduce weight and power consumption. This will give you a little more flight time.

      • Start by taking the camera wires out of the catch that secures the wires out of the way. Then very carefully remove the camera wire connector from the drone chassis. I use a small flat edge screw driver to loosen the connector from the chassis, so that You don't pull on the wires.


      • Now Press down Firmly on the Battery Door Pressure Spot to release the Camera pod Latch, and slide the pod off of the Battery door.

         Separating The Upper Chassis from the Lower Chassis

      •   Begin with removing 8 screws from the lower chassis, and another 8 screws from the upper chassis


      •  Remove the Rotor Blade Guards as described above. Then pinch off the Rotor Blades, noting where they must return, and set aside.
      • Now you can remove the 8 screws from the upper chassis.


      • Lift the upper chassis away and set aside.

          Access the Motor, Motor housing, Landing Pads, and Carbon Fiber Arm.


        • Remove the one screw holding the Carbon Fiber arm in place. The Motor housing is already loose. Carefully separate the Motor, Motor housing, and Carbon Fiber Arm, by drawing the motor wires up and sliding them through the Arm until every thing is separate. The Landing Pad will now come out if that is all that you are replacing. Take special note of the soldering points on the ESC, of the Motor or LED light that you wish to access, and note how the wires are run. You will have to de-solder the wires at the soldering points to remove the motor or LED light, and solder the new ones in. 

           Accessing the Start Switch/Camera Board Plug in.

        • Carefully unplug the Board from the ESC. Use a small flat screw driver to loosen it up on all sides, so you don't have to pull on the wires. Then remove the one screw that holds the small board on.

           Accessing the Pressure Sensor 

        •   Start with taking the piece of tape off of the Pressure Sensors Box


        • Now remove the Pressure Sensor Wiring Harness from the ESC. Use a small flat screw driver to loosen it up on all sides so that you don't have to pull on the wires.
        • Now remove the 2 screws from the Boxs Cap.


        • Now remove the 4 screws holding the box in place, and lift it out.


        • Now use a small flat screw driver under the catch that holds the Pressure sensor box together. You will notice that the Sensor board is sandwiched between small pieces of foam.

           The ESC

        •    Removing the ESC means de-soldering all 16 solder points for the Motors and LED lights. Two screws have to be removed to lift the board out. Remove the two wiring harnesses from the ESC, as described above, before you de-solder the board.