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bikinidan If you only have 1 mode setting then you have not set up the mode channel of your Tx and receiver pair on a 3 position switch. Normally channel 5 on Flysky but can be on a different channel on other radios.

todd 2019-09-06 06:19:54
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Q: is this DSM2 or DSMX comparable for spektrum products?

Asked by adbehale on 2020-02-12 05:52:37

bikinidan It does NOT depend on the transmitter. The only requirements for this to operate a normal T-tail plane with ANY radio system is that the RECEIVER must be able to output EITHER Sbus OR separate PWM signals on at least 5 channels - Aileron, Elevator, Throttle, Rudder (MUST be connected from the receiver to the stabilizer even if the Rudder output from the stabilizer is not used) and the mode channel assigned to a 3-possition switch.

2020-09-14 12:35:55 Helpful (0)
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Q: Will this item fit on XK Wltoys A150 747?

Asked by casasf on 2020-03-04 05:38:15

bikinidan Nope. And it won't fit any of the other XK A1?0 series planes in spite of Banggood saying it will. Those (and the QF008 787) all use a 5-wire servo - this is a 3-wire.

2020-09-09 11:10:30 Helpful (0)
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bikinidan The stabilizer will work with only 1 aileron channel passing through it - IE put the other directly from your receiver (channel 6 or whatever) to the second aileron servo. Note that you must have the receiver rudder output connected to the Sparrow unit even if you don't use or have a rudder. Otherwise you cannot use the transmitter sticks to initiate some of the calibration commands.

2020-09-09 07:49:09 Helpful (0)
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Q: works with spektrum

Asked by BG561516380 on 2020-06-06 11:10:38

bikinidan Works with any receiver with PWM outputs. 4-pin plug to AETR outputs on receiver (you will need to re0order the plug wires if your receiver uses a different channel order) and 3-pin plug to channel 5 (flight mode) output on your receiver -, +, signal - again might need to use a different channel if your Rx uses say channel 6 for "flight mode."

2020-09-09 07:38:10 Helpful (0)
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bikinidan Put channel 5 onto a 3-position switch (-100, 0, +100) - that will give you manual at "0".

2020-09-09 07:24:59 Helpful (0)
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bikinidan You can fly several at the same time, but you must bind each one to its transmitter BEFORE turning on the next to bind to the second transmitter etc.

2020-09-08 04:13:16 Helpful (0)
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bikinidan Of course. Just plug in and bind 1 at a time.

2020-09-07 12:36:25 Helpful (0)
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Q: Does it work with TX FSi6?

Asked by Tiaozinho on 2020-07-22 01:26:59

bikinidan Only if you plug a satellite Flysky receiver with s-bus output into the spare socket on the board of this heli.

2020-09-07 12:31:10 Helpful (0)
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bikinidan Nope. Mode 1 or 2 available but not 3 or 4. To get them you will need a multi protocol radio or an S-bus receiver and Tx with all 4 modes available.

2020-09-07 12:25:51 Helpful (0)
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Q: Can you hook up your own transmitter to the rc helicopter?

Asked by jacksonhawker on 2020-03-29 10:04:08

bikinidan On a multi protocol radio use V911S protocol E119 sub protocol. Or use a mini receiver with S-bus output to suit your Tx.

2020-09-07 12:20:18 Helpful (0)
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bikinidan BG465419942 is incorrect! Open Tx (on a RadioMaster TX16S) binds to the XK A160 (and I presume the A180 also) using the KN protocol WLToys subprotocol. It did take a couple of tries, so you may need to separate the Tx and Rx a bit or possibly use the frequency tuning option. Once bound the first time subsequent starts went easily. EDIT...It has been reported that this does not use KN protocol like the XK A160! Try MT99XX.

2020-08-30 09:57:06 Helpful (0)
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bikinidan This has 3 modes controlled by a 3-position switch on channel 5.. Fully stabilized with auto-level and severe pitch roll and yaw limits. A mid mode with auto level and stabilization but the angle limits removed. A fully manual mode with no stabilization or auto level.

2020-08-26 07:13:47 Helpful (0)
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Q: If I have two aileron servos, can use it without Y cable?

Asked by lrodorigo on 2018-10-09 10:32:07

bikinidan If you wish to use 2 different aileron servos without a y-cable, you can run a cable from channel 6 receiver PWM (or above) and only 1 aileron will be stabilized. Many planes will work like this.

2020-08-26 06:58:18 Helpful (0)
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Q: can I use it with pwm reciever

Asked by nonifobia on 2019-12-13 01:40:32

bikinidan Of course - any receiver with 5 or more PWM outputs (or s-bus capability.)

2020-08-26 06:53:31 Helpful (0)
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Q: is it compatible with fs-t6 or fs-i6? thanks

Asked by manurrio on 2020-05-19 01:19:20

bikinidan This can be used (for a t-tail plane only) with any 5-channel or more Tx and Rx pair that has s-bus or PWM outputs. Note that for PWM connection you must connect a rudder output to the X-pilot input even if you do not use the rudder output from it. (So 5 signal wires plus 2 power wires needed.)

2020-08-26 06:44:40 Helpful (0)
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Q: Does it control the v911 pro

Asked by CATFISH on 2018-09-01 05:00:09

bikinidan Yes, it will control the v911 pro and any other RC on FlySky AFHDS protocol - eg F949 and F959 planes. But not V911S heli or F959S plane - they use different protocols.

2020-08-10 11:43:52 Helpful (0)
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bikinidan Answered on other question above. And no it does not.

2020-08-09 10:05:51 Helpful (0)
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