LiteHawk NEON 

NEON is stunning! Just look at it! Unique two-piece design houses all the electronics, mechanicals and LED lighting systems in a sturdy structure. Even the rotor blades are protected! The LED's are enclosed in the rotor guards so NEON looks like nothing else available - the lights are very, very bright allowing you to easily see NEON day or night!

  • The 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 NEON's at the same time!
  • Integrated LED light system for night flying•Unique clam shell design protects electronic assemblies
  • Includes rechargeable Li-Po battery and handy USB charger
  • Advanced "Low Battery" warning system protects your battery
  • Adjustable flight modes - you can learn in an easier mode and once you are comfortable, you can unleash more power
  • Auto flip feature lets you perform aerobatic stunts
  • Our unique design protects the edges of the rotor blades
  • Factory Assembled & Ready for Fun!​


  • Slide open the battery access door (underside of drone) and carefully remove the battery. Do not use sharp objects to pry it out as you may damage the battery. Wiggle the cables free until the connectors are accessible. Separate the connectors to free the battery.

  • You can use your computer, TV, or USB charger (shown below, not included) to charge NEON. Don't use a USB power source with a higher output than 5V 1A (1000mA).

  • Just insert the included USB charging plug into the USB port. The USB plug will light up red, which indicates power to the charger.
  • Plug the battery into the other end of the cable.. it only fits one way.. and the red light on the charger will go out.. which indicates that the charger has started to charge the battery.

  • Charging times vary but can be as high as 60 minutes depending on the state of the battery's charge and output of the charging power source.
  •  When it's done charging, the light will come back on. It's that easy!

  • When storing NEON for more than a day, fully charge the battery to preserve its condition and fitness.
  • Replace your battery into the drone, but don't reconnect it until you are ready to fly! 
  • Always let your battery cool down after a flight before charging it. Charging a hot Li-po battery will damage it.
  • Fully charged, your battery should read 4.2 volts.
  • When your drone begins to slow down.. stop.. let things cool off, and recharge the battery. It should not read below 3.7 volts.. never fully deplete a li-po battery of its charge.
How To Sync
1/ Make sure the model is turned Off and locate a flat level surface.
2/ Plug the battery into the NEON and turn it on. Place the NEON on the flat surface, you must do this within 5 seconds of turning the power switch ON. You will see flashing lights on the NEON start to blink.
3/ Turn on the power for the controller. You will see a flashing red LED light and audible beep indicating the power is on.
4/ Move the left control stick (this is also the throttle stick) all the way up, then all the way down. In a few seconds the blinking LED on the NEON and the blinking LED on the controller will both be solid. The model is now bound.

The NEON MUST be on a flat surface in order to digitally self level itself, otherwise the model will not sync to the controller.
 LiteHawk NEON - First Flight
If you’ve never flown then the first thing you need to learn is throttle control. Slowly and carefully ramp up the throttle until the model starts to lift off, then as soon as the model leaves the ground, ease off the throttle gently and let it settle back down. If the hardware is working correctly the model should remain fairly level, and shouldn’t drift too far. Repeat this process, lift off gently and then land again, until you have a good feel for how much throttle is required to keep the model in the air. Try keeping it in the air a little longer - don’t worry about pitch or yaw and - all we care about right now is that the model stays at a steady height. Don’t go more than a meter off the ground. If the model drifts too far, ease off the throttle and land it.

When heading out to fly your model, it’s important to always use common sense.
Do not fly in the following places: Near crowds or high voltage, near any obstacles, wind speeds over C (3mph), thunder, rain or snow or between high buildings.
- Ensure nothing prevents the smooth running of the moving parts.
- Do not dismantle or tamper with this R/C product or its transmitter. The manufacturer and distributor will accept no responsibility, expressed or implied, for accidents or injuries caused as a result of dis-assembly, modification and/or usage against the instructions for this product.
- Ensure that all batteries are correctly installed and that the Li-Po battery is fully charged and in good condition.
- Do not touch ANY moving parts during operation.
 LiteHawk NEON - Post Flight
- When you have finished using your LiteHawk NEON you should first disconnect the Li-Po battery, then switch OFF the transmitter (press and hold power button for up to 3 seconds).
- If you do not plan on using the quadrocopter for more than 24 hours, it is recommended that you recharge the battery fully before putting it away.
- Remember to allow the battery to cool 10-15 minutes before recharging.
 Standard/Sport Modes:
Press once and you will hear one beep - you are in Standard Mode (response rates are at 50%). Press again and you will hear two beeps - you are now in Sport Mode 2 (response rates are at 75%). In Sport Mode 2, controls are much more responsive. Press again and you will hear three beeps - you are now in Sport Mode 3 (response rates are at 100%). This is an advanced setting and should only be used when you are comfortable flying your NEON. Sport Mode 3 is for outdoor use. Factory setting is Standard Mode.
  • The physical design of NEON provides some impact protection to the rotor blades by surrounding each blade with a ring. While this can save a blade in most collision situations, blade damage can still occur by contact with the tip of a tree limb, or some other small body that can't be excluded by the rings. Should you break a rotor blade, it's extremely easy to replace it!
  • To remove a rotor blade, simply grasp the rotor blade with one hand (topside) and the motor pod with the other (underside) and pull the rotor blade off the motor shaft. Gentle but firm effort is all that's required.
  • Each rotor blade has a unique colour and blade pitch. Rotor blades are stamped with an A or B designator that indicates its position. Be sure to select and install the correct rotor blade.

  • To install a rotor blade, slide it onto the motor shaft until it is fully seated. Again, gentle but firm effort is all that's required.
  • Hair and other fibre can wind itself around the motor shafts, possibly causing drag and reducing performance. To remove the wound hair or fibre, remove each rotor blade, pull off the accumulation, and replace the blade as outlined above.