How to Fly Your First Flight With the Yuneec Typhoon H – Episode 3: Typhoon H 1st Flight



How to Fly Your First Flight With the Yuneec Typhoon H – Episode 3: Typhoon H 1st Flight

This is the third in a series of videos designed to show you how to fly your first flight with the Yuneec Typhoon H Hexacopter.

In this episode, Typhoon H First Flight, I’ll take you through the steps of your first flight with the Typhoon H. This includes
Setting your ST-16 transmitter
Take-off
left stick
right stick
Using both sticks together
Smart mode and angle mode
Smart circle
Manual landing

Before flying be sure to watch these videos for initial setup and preflight:

How to Fly Your First Flight With the Yuneec Typhoon H – Episode 1: Initial Setup For 1st Flight

How to Fly Your First Flight With the Yuneec Typhoon H – Episode 2: Preflight Steps

I’ve also posted a video to teach you how to calibrate the Typhoon H compass, accelerometer and gimbal – watch that at

Before you fly, take a couple minutes to watch my new video on Yuneec batteries, how to keep them working and handle them safely. https://youtu.be/8qywBxf0efE

More Videos from Jeff Sibelius:

How to Fly the Yuneec Typhoon H – Complete Playlist:

How to Fly the Yuneec Q500 4K and Other Drones – Complete Playlist

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How to Fly Your First Flight With the Yuneec Typhoon H – Episode 3: Typhoon H 1st Flight


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  • Jeff Sibelius
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    This is the third in a series of videos designed to show you how to fly your first flight with the Yuneec Typhoon H Hexacopter.

    In this episode, Typhoon H First Flight, I'll take you through the steps of your first flight with the Typhoon H.

  • KEITH KUHN
    Reply

    HI JEFF
    KEITH KUHN HERE.
    GREAT STUFF JEFF NO KIDDING.
    I JUST RECEIVED MY H PRO WITH REALSENSE.
    I HOPE TO SHOW A FEW VIDS DOWN THE ROAD.
    IT IS WINTER HERE IN OHIO SO I MUST PICK A NICE DAY
    TO DO ONE FOR YOU.
    I LOVE WATCHING YOUR VIDEOS. KEEP EM COMING BUDDY.
    AND I WILL KEEP GIVING YOU THUMBS UP.
    KEITH KUHN
    ALSO ON YOUTUBE

  • sillywwabbit
    Reply

    Great video and helpful for the new "H" pilot. There are a couple statements that I've found to be different.

    1. "Turn off video recording or the video won't be saved." That isn't true. I've done this a few times. It may be firmware related but I've never lost a file from making this mistake. I believe in older firmware if you did that, the file didn't close properly which rendered it unplayable. However, if you make that mistake, simply power up the "H" again and then power down and the video file will close properly and will play normally.

    2. You use the term "vortex ring state". Unless you are schooled in fluid dynamics, that term doesn't make much sense to the average person. I've been a real helicopter pilot since 1984 and the condition you are referring to has always been called "settling with power." The reason this term has always been used (in FAA Examinations as well) is because it is easier to visualize the condition taking place with that terminology vs. Vortex Ring State.

  • jimjwal
    Reply

    very easy to follow instructions, Plus we get jeff's take on flying. I don;t have this copter but the quad , much the same w/o some of the features.. like the landing gear.

  • CAPTAIN DRONE
    Reply

    Hi Jeff. I didn't realize you had made this video. Here I just recently made a somewhat similar video because I thought one did not exist. I should also note that you have a very calming narration voice which is perfect for first time drone flyers (makes the directions seem very easy and less confusing). Well done!

  • Matthew Pom
    Reply

    Jeff Sibelius I just want to update on my Yuneec Typhoon H fly away they said it was my fault I told them I didn't calibration before taking off from home grown I don't very like Yuneec drones too much problems with their software defects product. I'm not going to buy this Yuneec drones again. DJI drones has a good reputation for their good work of engineer their drones they had come along way the Spark and Mavic and Phantom series and the dji matrice series.

  • Ron Donson
    Reply

    Jeff, I just got my Typhoon H and your videos are a GREAT help!!!!

    One thing I noticed. In the voiceover you've pointed to the TILT MODE switch and called it the PAN MODE. You also pointed to the PAN MODE switch and called it TILT MODE. No biggie, just letting you know.

    This is a really great aircraft with so many options it's mind boggling in the beginning.

  • Association of Free People
    Reply

    Jeff, thanks so much for providing this information in such an easily digestible way. For those of us who are visual creatures it's a tremendous help and resource. I was going to prepare a pre/post flight checklist based on your videos as a hard copy to keep with my kit but figured it was worth asking if you'd already prepared material like that. Didn't want to reinvent the wheel if you'd put it to paper in your own words. Thanks again!

  • bushpilot2001
    Reply

    Jeff is not rabbit mode the high rate's dial? Also the rabbit mode , yuneec say's it is for use at altitudes of 5,000 to 8,000 ft. The higher the altitude the harder the motor's work to sustain the higher altitude's. Basic rule for all flying thing's. Equal's higher flight ,less endurance. due to more power consumed. So is the rabbit-turtle dial for high and low rate's? Or for higher motor output? Thank"s.

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