A limited set of programming parameters can also be changed without a Bluetooth connection. The Delay Time, Flight Time and RPM can be changed as follows:
Step 1 - 5 taps on the pin to enter the programming mode – the LED will change to yellow (Program Start Delay)
Step 2 - To move between the three available programming modes:
1 tap for Program Start Delay (yellow)
2 taps for Program Flight Time (cyan)
3 taps for Program RPM (magenta)
Step 3 - To change a setting while in the programming mode:
Program Start Delay (yellow): Touch and hold the pin. After a short delay the LED will flash. Count the number of flashes. Each flash = 1 second of delay. Release the pin when you reach the desired count.
Program Flight Time (cyan): Touch and hold the pin. After a short delay the LED will flash. Count the number of flashes. Each flash = 10 seconds of flight time. Release the pin when you reach the desired count.
Program RPM (magenta):
You are about to run the motor at its flight RPM, secure the aircraft and stay clear of the prop. The next thing to always remember: 3 TAPS TO STOP THE MOTOR.
To start the motor, touch and hold the pin. The LED will flash quickly to warn of the impending start-up. After a short delay the motor will start and accelerate to the last programmed flight RPM. Release the pin and the motor will stay running.
While the motor is running:
1 tap on the pin will increase the RPM by 50 RPM.
2 taps will decrease the RPM by 50 RPM.
Be sure to wait about a second between each set of taps for the RPM to change. Use a tachometer for a more precise setting of the RPM. Avoid prolonged running on the ground as some electrical components may get hot.
When the desired RPM is reached:
3 TAPS TO STOP THE MOTOR.
Step 4 - 4 taps to exit the programming mode and return to Standby (green). Any new settings you enter will automatically be saved to memory and used for subsequent flights.