How to Charge The LiteHawk MINI NEON:
Your LiteHawk NEON MINI AUTO comes with a Li-Po battery which is inside the model. You should expect a 5-8 minute 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 below 3.6V they may be damaged and not recharge! Once the model starts to slow down (the lights will also begin to blink on the NEON MINI AUTO), fly your model to a safe place, walk over and tukrn it off.
- It is recommended to charge the battery before your first flight and after all other flights and to always store your battery with a charge. Never discharge or dead short a Li-po battery! Always have your model turned off and the battery unplugged when not in use.
- Plug the USB into your computer, TV, Surge Protector, or USB wall adapter (not included) to charge NEON MINI. Don't use a USB power source with a higher output than 5V 2A (2000mA). 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.