There are four LEDs located on the end of the aircraft arms, one on each arm. The color and ashing rate of the LEDs indicate the aircraft’s status, working mode and battery level. The front indicators will be solid red to help you identify the direction of the aircraft’s nose, and the rear indicators show the current ight status of the aircraft.

The LEDs will light up when the aircraft is turned on. The table below describes the meaning of the rear LED Indicators.

R – Red Color
G – Green Color
Y – Yellow Color

● Solid Light
◎ Slow flashing: Flashes once per second
○◎ Fast flashing: Flashes 3 times per second
◎◎ Double flashing: Flashes two times then pauses and repeats
○ Interval flashing: Flashes once every two seconds
●◎ Alternate flashing: Alternate among different colors

Definitions of Flight LED Indicator Status
Normal Status
R&G&Y-●◎ System self-test is activated
Y&G-●◎ The aircraft is warming up
G-◎ The aircraft is in GPS mode
G-◎◎ The Forward Vision System and Starpoint Positioning System are enabled
Y-◎ The aircraft is in ATTI mode
G-○◎ The aircraft is braking
Y-○◎ There is no connection between the aircraft and the remote controller
R-◎ Low Battery Warning (meaning the battery level is less than 25%)
R-○◎ Critically Low Battery Warning (meaning the battery level is less than 15%)
R-○ IMU error or calibration failed
R-● Critical problems or abnormalities
R&Y-●◎ Abnormal compass, calibration is required
Compass Calibration LED Indicator Status
Y-● Be ready to calibrate the compass
G-● Horizontal calibration is successful
G-◎ Vertical calibration is successful