Disconnect the power supply now and move the Qualcomm Flight RB5 to a safe location where you wish to fly and connect a battery for flight while the Qualcomm Flight RB5 is on the ground.
Wait for the connection with QGroundControl to be established.
Lift the vehicle and move it around, verify that the attitude reported in QGroundControl GUI looks and responds correctly. Try not to cover the tracking camera during this process.
With the propellers off arm the vehicle.
- Set killswitch to off (“Aux2 Gov” switch down)
- Left stick hold down and to the right
Validate the motor rotation is as expected and the vehicle responds to throttling up momentarily.
Disarm the vehicle:
- Left stick hold down and to the left
Correct rotation direction of motors:
Install the propellers following this orientation. Each motor shaft has a white or black top to indicate which propeller goes where. Note that the clockwise spinning propellers are reverse threaded to prevent loosening during flight.
Ensure you tighten the propellers down tightly by hand or they may spin off when engaging the kill switch.
You should be comfortable flying before proceeding!
Arm the vehicle, now safely fly in manual mode! No instructions here, you should know what you are doing if you’re flying!
Land and disarm.
Now let’s get started with using the VIO feature