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Battery left at field.

Thu Aug 10, 2017 9:59 pm by Andyedmead

Not sure but think I may have left a battery on the box by the strip tonight after rushing off to recover plane from field?



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Re: receiver modulation

Post by PDQ on Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:06 pm

Tim wrote:Not wishing to divert the thread ( but its answered now really anyway aint it ) but can I ask you a few things about the DX7 remarks Paul.
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1) The battery unplugs quite easily actually - and why do you want to anyway? I charge mine in situ ( even Lipo ) attended at 1.5A
Only by pulling on the wires (very naughty, but I can't grasp the plug itself) and I was a bit wary of stuffing 1.5 Amps through that flimsy battery connection. At least there is no diode so I can cycle it and revive the battery through the charging port
2) Mine does all of my ( albeit fairly simple ) gliders fine. With 2 fixed and 6 free mixes almost anything can be donewith some fiddling.
I like the fun fly settings in the Hanger 9 Ultra Stick 60 manual. They show how to use the glider setup to good effect. Options for JR and Futaba radios are included. But the DX7, which is like a JR radio, only has Aircraft and Helicopter. No Glider mode.
3) Agreed...but seldom really needed surely? True
4) No big deal, I dont intend switching modes so whats the problem? If I want to sell it, mode 2, not many would want it at Rhyl

Not being a smartarse, just curious
Not at all, glad for the feedback Tim
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Re: receiver modulation

Post by PDQ on Fri Jun 11, 2010 8:20 pm

Even if the DX7 had the wrong mode, I could still do this :-
http://www.mugi.co.uk/tutorials_dx7_modechange.php
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Re: receiver modulation

Post by melfyn on Fri Jun 11, 2010 10:06 pm

Certainly a way round the problem without any additional expense provided it's done as per the article.
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