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Nano QX

SAFE™

From the RC innovation leaders at Horizon Hobby, revolutionary SAFE™ technology delivers flight control that’s a quantum leap forward. Custom tuned for fixed or rotary wing aircraft, its evolutionary combination of multi-axis sensors and software incredibly make the aircraft intelligent enough to understand its flight attitude. This groundbreaking form of spatial awareness means that roll and pitch can be limited while flight stability is enhanced but your freedom of control is preserved. Its multiple flight mode selection allows the pilot to instantly choose a level of envelope protection that suits the moment. The result is that beginners have a far more relaxing learning experience and experts get outstanding control with protection benefits accessible at the flip of a switch.

RTF Nano QX and SAFE

The nano QX RTF model comes with the Blade MLP4DSM transmitter. This transmitter’s flight mode selection feature allows quick and easy change between stability mode and agility mode.

  • When powered on, this transmitter is automatically in stability mode and high rate.
  • Change flight modes by pressing and releasing the left control stick while the transmitter is powered on, change rates by pressing and releasing the right control stick.
  • In low-rate mode, the controls cannot reach their maximum values. This mode is typically preferred by pilots looking for smoother/easier control response during first time use.
  • In high-rate mode, the controls can reach their maximum values. This mode is typically preferred by experienced pilots who are ready for fast forward flight and aerobatic manoeuvres (loops, rolls, etc.).
  • Stability mode is indicated by the flight control board on the quadcopter glowing solid blue. When flown in stability mode, the nano QX will limit the bank angle with full control input and return the aircraft to a neutral flight position when you release the elevator/aileron stick.
  • Agility mode is indicated by the flight control board on the quadcopter glowing solid red. When flown in agility mode the model will not return to a neutral flight position when you release the controls. This mode is typically preferred by experienced pilots who are ready for fast forward flight and aerobatic manoeuvres (loops, rolls, etc.).

BNF Nano QX and SAFE

The channel 6 switch on a transmitter will select flight modes when flying the mQX with other DSM2 and DSMX radios. When the flight control board on the quadcopter is solid blue, the flight mode is set to self-stabilising mode. When the light is solid red, the quadcopter is in agility mode. More specific setup information can be found in the manual.

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