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Battle Tracker - Getting Started

You will need:

  • 1 x Battle Tracker Helicopter
  • 1 x Remote Control
  • For Remote: 6 x AA Premium Alkaline Non-Rechargeable Batteries (not included)
  • For Turret: 4 x AA Premium Alkaline Non-Rechargeable Batteries (not included)
  • 1 x Phillips Screwdriver (not included)

Install the batteries. Open the battery compartment on the back of your controller using a Phillips head screwdriver. Place the 6 AA batteries in the battery compartment, making sure you are putting these in the right way.

Turret Set up. Open the battery compartment at the bottom of the Turret using a Phillips head screwdriver. Place the 4 AA batteries in the battery compartment, making sure you are putting these in the right way. Be sure to load the foam missiles into the Turret launcher.

Charge your helicopter. Plug the controller wire into the helicopter, move the power switch on the controller into the "CHG" position, and you will see a blinking red light on the controller. The helicopter is now charging. When the remote lights flash red and green together, your helicopter will be ready to fly.

Check your environment. The Battle Tracker Helicopter is an indoor only helicopter, so before flying, make sure you are indoors, away from any other Infrared devices, bright lights, air vents or open windows.

Turn the helicopter and the controller on. Have fun.

If you need some more help flying your helicopter, check out some of our other guides!

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general info

How long should it take to charge my Battle Tracker helicopter?

Your Battle Tracker helicopter will take around 30-45 minutes to charge. You will know when the helicopter is fully charged because the red and green lights will flash together!

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Where can I fly my Battle Tracker?

Your Battle Tracker is designed to be flown indoors only, so do not fly it outside!

The room you are in should have lots of space to fly with no breakable objects. Try to avoid direct sunlight or other IR (infrared) devices. The IR signal between the controller and the heli will not work well near sunlight so you may lose connection and crash.

It's also a really small helicopter - it doesn’t take much to knock the little guy off course! Turn off any ceiling fans and stay away from any other air vents.

Follow these tips and you will be an expert pilot in no time!

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What do the controller / helicopter lights mean for my Battle Tracker?

Here are the different types of lights you may get on your remote control or helicopter and what they mean:

Solid Green – Controller ON
Green light Off – Controller OFF
Flashing Green (on Controller)– Replace Batteries
Red On (on Heli) – Helicopter On
Red Off (on Heli) – Helicopter Off
Flashing Red – Charging
Flashing Red (On Heli) – Helicopter not paired to remote.
Flashing Red and Green Together – Fully Charged
Flashing Red and Green Alternately – Bad Connection

Are you seeing different lights that aren’t on this list? If so, call our Customer Care Department at 1-800-622-8339. They’d love to help!

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How do I install batteries in my Battle Tracker controller / turret?

You will need: (not included with your Battle Tracker Helicopter and Turret)

  • 1 x Phillips Screwdriver
  • For Remote: 6 x AA New Premium Alkaline Non-Rechargeable Batteries of the same brand.
  • For Turret: 4 x AA New Premium Alkaline Non-Rechargeable Batteries of the same brand.
  • AND
  • 1 x Battle Tracker Helicopter
  • 1 x Battle Tracker Helicopter Remote Control/Charger
  • 1 x Battle Tracker ART Turret

Battery Installation for Helicopter Remote
  1. Open the battery door cover of the Remote using your Phillips Screwdriver.
  2. Remove any used batteries from your remote control.
  3. Put in your new batteries as shown in the battery compartment of your remote.
  4. Using the Phillips Screwdriver, screw in the battery door cover back onto the remote control.

Battery Installation for Turret
  1. Open the battery door cover of the Turret using your Phillips Screwdriver.
  2. Remove any used batteries from the Turret.
  3. Put in your new batteries as shown in the battery compartment of the Turret.
  4. Using the Phillips Screwdriver, screw in the battery door cover back onto the Turret.
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    How far can my Battle Tracker helicopter fly?

    The signal is good for around 20-30 feet. This should be plenty of distance for most indoor areas you will be flying your Battle Tracker helicopter!

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    Can I fly more than one Battle Tracker helicopter at a time?

    The Battle Tracker Helicopter only operates in one frequency, so only one Battle Tracker can be flown at a time.

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    How long will my Battle Tracker helicopter fly for?

    The average flight time for your Battle Tracker Helicopter is around 4 to 5 minutes on a full charge. The flight time may vary depending on where you’re flying it, the type of batteries you are using, and how much throttle you give the helicopter!

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troubleshooting & repair

How do I charge my Battle Tracker helicopter?

What you need:

  • 1 x Battle Tracker Helicopter
  • 1 x Battle Tracker Helicopter remote/charger with batteries already installed.

  1. Your remote control for your Battle Tracker Helicopter is also your charger. Unwind the charge cable cover by turning the cord dial in the middle of your controller indicated by the "AIR HOGS" logo.

  2. Make sure that both the Remote and the Battle Tracker Helicopter power switches are turned to the "OFF" position.

  3. Plug in the end of the charging wire into the charge port square on the side or bottom of the helicopter. You will want to make sure that the little arrow on the end of the charge cord lines up with the arrow on the charge port of the toy.

  4. Once plugged in, turn the power switch on the Remote Control/Charger down to the "CHG" position. You will know that the Helicopter is charging when you see the Red charging light blinking on the remote.

  5. When charge is complete, both the Red charge light and Green power light will flash together. Once complete, turn everything off and unplug and store the cord back in the remote. You are now ready to fly!
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    My Battle Tracker helicopter keeps spinning! What do I do?

    If your helicopter is spinning in circles, the first thing you’re going to want to do is check all your rotors to see if there is any hair or debris caught in that area. Even just one little piece of hair can make your helicopter spin out of control!

    Now try and fly your helicopter. If it’s still spinning, the next step would be to “trim” your helicopter.
    See that little dial on your controller that says “Trim”? This will help you get your helicopter to stop spinning.

    Setting the Trim:

    1. Figure out which direction your helicopter is spinning. Are you spinning to the left (counter-clockwise) or to the right (clockwise)?
    2. Make sure your remote is pointed at the helicopter for the best possible response.
    3. Give your helicopter a bit of throttle and get it up in the air. Start trimming in the opposite direction of the spin.
      • If your helicopter is spinning to the right (clockwise), turn the trim dial counter-clockwise.
      • Same thing goes for the other way around. If your helicopter is spinning to the left (counter-clockwise), turn the trim dial clockwise.

    The trim might need to be fixed after charging the helicopter and it will definitely need to be adjusted after crashes!

    Sometimes you’ll need to rotate the trim dial only 5 times or so, and sometimes you’ll need to rotate the trim dial up to 50 times. Try trimming it just a little bit. If it seems like it’s working, but it’s not quite there yet, turn it a few times more. It’ll even out eventually, so be patient!
    If your helicopter starts to spin the other way after trimming, you may have over-trimmed! If this happens, all you need to do is trim it in the opposite direction.

    Troubleshooting
    If you've trimmed your helicopter and it is still spinning in circles, check for the following:

    Signal Interference: Fly indoors. Sunlight and other strong light sources may interfere with the signal from the remote to the helicopter, so try and stay away from these. Make sure you are also not flying around other R/C product that might be sharing the same channel/frequency/bandwidth.
    Batteries: For trimming to work, your helicopter needs to be fully charged. Make sure you are using brand new, premium, non-rechargeable batteries.

    If your helicopter is still spinning, give our Customer Care Team a call at 1-800-622-8339 and they’ll love to help out!

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    Are there replacement parts available for my Battle Tracker?

    There are extra discs for your helicopter and missiles for your turret included in the box.

    Other parts may not be available, so give our Customer Care Department a call at 1-800-622-8339 and they’ll love to help you out!

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