Helimax Novus AH-1J SeaCobra 2.4GHz RTF Heli

Tower Stock# LXXYG4  •  Manufacturer Stock# HMXE0805
Helimax Novus AH-1J SeaCobra 2.4GHz RTF Heli (large view)
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Notes from our tech department:
This is the electric powered, 2.4GHz radio controlled, ready to fly
Novus AH-1J SeaCobra Helicopter from Helimax.
May be flown indoors or outdoors in calm conditions.
Park Pilot Program Legal Aircraft


Rotor Head: CNC machined, anodized black in color
Swashplate: CNC machined, anodized black in color
Radio: Helimax 2.4GHz, 4-channel
Landing Gear: Flexible plastic
Body: Plastic with molded-in panel lines, painted in SeaCobra
camouflage scheme, scale machine guns and mini cannons
Canopy: Clear with painted-on frame
Battery: LiPo 400mAh 1S
Battery Charger: AC wall type


RTF Novus AH-1J SeaCobra Helicopter with motor, 20T pinion gear,
battery, charger, tail motor, radio, instruction manual, spare main
and tail rotor blades


AA Batteries: Eight for transmitter


Length: 9.0" (229mm)
Width: 2.7" (68mm)
Height: 3.3" (84mm)
Rotor Span: 7.9" (200mm)
Flying Weight: 2 oz (57.2g) with supplied flight battery


**The fuselage for the Novus AH-1J will not fit the Novus FP.**

Only use the included charger with the included battery or
replacement battery (GPMP0409).
Do not attempt to use this charger with NiCd or NiMH battery packs.
Never charge in excess of 4.20V per cell.
If the battery should become damaged, discard the battery. Do not
attempt to use a damaged battery.
Do not leave the charger unattended while charging. Disconnect the
battery and remove input power from the charger immediately if
either becomes hot! However, it is normal for the charger to get
Disconnect the battery from the charger and carefully move the
battery to a fireproof location if the battery begins to swell or
Never charge at currents greater than 1C.
Always charge in a fireproof location.
Never trickle charge.
Never allow the battery temperature to exceed 150 F (65 C).
Never disassemble or modify pack wiring in any way or puncture cells.

jxs 10/27/09

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