This is the Futaba 12Z 2.4GHz FASST airplane radio system with R6014FS receiver. The wait is over! Futaba's 12Z is now available on 2.4GHz - combining one of the most sophisticated airplane systems ever produced with the incredible response, precision and glitch-free reliability of 2.4GHz. For the pilot who demands the utmost in speed and accuracy as well as features and performance, this radio is truly the best of the best!
Part Number: FUTK9300
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12 CHANNEL RADIO CONTROL SYSTEM PCMG3/PCM1024/FM selectable
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION.. 4... 4. 5.. 6... 6 BEFORE USE... 9.. 9. 10.. 11.. 12.. 12... 13.. 13. 14.. 14.. 14... 15.. 15.. 17.. 18. 18.. 19.. 20... 21 BASIC OPERATION.. 22.. 22. 22.. 22. 23.. 23.. 23.. 23. 24 MODEL BASIC SETTING PROCEDURE. 37. 37. 39. 43.. 44 FUNCTIONS OF LINKAGE MENU. 48.. 48.. 49.. 50.. 52... 54... 55.. 57.. 58... 59.. 60. 61. 62.. 63... 65... 66 Data Reset.. FUNCTIONS OF SYSTEM MENU. 27... 28... 30... 31.. 32.. 33... 35.. 36. 24.. 25
FUNCTIONS OF MODEL MENU.. 69... 70.. 72... 74... 77. 78.. 78... 80... 81.. 82.. 83... 84.. 85... 87.. 88... 90.. 91... 92... 94... 96.. 98... 99... 100... 101... 102.. 103.. 104.. 105
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Thank you for purchasing the Futaba 12Z series digital proportional R/C system. In order for you to make the best use of your system and to fly safely, please read this manual carefully. If you have any difficulties while using your system, please consult the manual, our online Frequently Asked Questions (on the web pages referenced below), your hobby dealer, or the Futaba Service Center. Due to unforeseen changes in production procedures, the information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice. Support and Service: It is recommended to have your Futaba equipment serviced annually during your hobbys off season to ensure safe operation.
IN NORTH AMERICA
Please feel free to contact the Futaba Service Center for assistance in operation, use and programming. Please be sure to regularly visit the 12Z Frequently Asked Questions web site at http://www.futaba-rc.com/faq/faq/index.html. This page includes extensive programming, use, set up and safety information on the 12Z radio system and is updated regularly. Any technical updates and US manual corrections will be available on this web page. If you do not find the answers to your questions there, please see the end of our F.A.Q. area for information on contacting us via email for the most rapid and convenient response. Dont have Internet access? Internet access is available at no charge at most public libraries, schools, and other public resources. We find internet support to be a fabulous reference for many modelers as items can be printed and saved for future reference, and can be accessed at any hour of the day, night, weekend or holiday. If you do not wish to access the internet for information, however, dont worry. Our support teams are available Monday through Friday 8-5 Central time to assist you.
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OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA
Please contact your Futaba importer in your region of the world to assist you with any questions, problems or service needs. Please recognize that all information in this manual, and all support availability, is based upon the systems sold in North America only. Products purchased elsewhere may vary. Always contact your regions support center for assistance.
Application, Export, and Modification 1. This product is suitable for model airplane, surface or 50 MHz (license required) use, if on the correct frequency. It is not intended for use in any application other than the control of models for hobby and recreational purposes. The product is subject to regulations of the FCC and is restricted under United States law to such purposes. 2. Exportation precautions: (a) When this product is exported from the country of manufacture, its use is to be approved by the laws governing the country of destination which govern devices that emit radio frequencies. If this product is then re-exported to other countries, it may be subject to restrictions on such export. Prior approval of the appropriate government authorities may be required. If you have purchased this product from an exporter outside your own country and not the authorized Futaba distributor in your country, please contact the seller immediately to determine if such export regulations have been met. (b) Use of this product with other than models may be restricted by Export and Trade Control Regulations, and an application for export approval must be submitted. In the US, use of 72MHz (aircraft only), 75MHz (ground models only) and 27MHz (both) frequency bands are strictly regulated by the FCC. This equipment must not be utilized to operate equipment other than radio controlled models. Similarly, other frequencies (except 50MHz, for HAM operators) must not be used to operate models. 3. Modification, adjustment, and replacement of parts: Futaba is not responsible for unauthorized modification, adjustment, and replacement of parts on this product. Any such changes may void the warranty. The Following Statement Applies to the Receiver (for U.S.A.) This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesirable operation.
The RBRC SEAL on the nickel-cadmium battery contained in Futaba products indicates that Futaba Corporation of America is voluntarily participating in an industry-wide program to collect and recycle these batteries at the end of their useful lives, when taken out of service within the United States. The RBRC program provides a convenient alternative to placing used nickel-cadmium batteries into the trash or municipal waste system, which is illegal in most areas. You may contact your local recycling center for information on where to return the spent battery. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on battery recycling in your area. Futaba Corporation of Americas involvement in this program is part of its commitment to protecting our environment and conserving natural resources. NOTE: Our instruction manuals encourage our customers to return spent batteries to a local recycling center in order to keep a healthy environment. RBRC is a trademark of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation.
Definitions of Symbols
Pay special attention to safety where indicated by the following symbols. DANGER Procedures which may lead to dangerous conditions and cause death/serious injury if not carried out properly. WARNING Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition or cause death or serious injury to the user if not carried out properly, or procedures where the probability of superficial injury or physical damage is high. CAUTION Procedures where the possibility of serious injury to the user is small, but there is a danger of injury, or physical damage, if not carried out properly. = Prohibited Warning: Always keep electrical components away from small children. FLYING SAFETY To ensure the safety of yourself and others, please observe the following precautions: Have regular maintenance performed. Although your 12Z protects the model memories with non-volatile EEPROM memory (which does not require periodic replacement) and not a battery, it still should have regular checkups. We recommend sending your system to the Futaba Service Center annually during your non-flying season for a complete checkup and service. Use the Fail-Safe safety feature to set the throttle to low-idle in case of signal loss or RX battery failure. Engine power will be automatically reduced to help limit personal or property damage. Refer to the Failsafe Setting Procedure listed in the index. Receiver Ni-Cd Battery Charge the batteries! (See Charging the batteries listed in the index for details.) Always recharge the receiver batteries for at least 8 hours before each flying session. A low battery will soon die, causing loss of control and a crash. When you begin your flying session, reset your timer, and during the session pay attention to the duration of usage. CAUTION: The initial charge on new NiCd receiver batteries should be done for 15 hours using the slow-charger that came with the radio system. This will condition the batteries so that the next charge may be done using the fast-charger of your choice. If the initial charge is done with a fast-charger the batteries may not reach their full capacity and you may be flying with batteries that are only partially charged. = Mandatory
When you turn on the transmitter, 12Z logo shows different colors, and then the color stays constantly pink. The 12Z logo blinks green very rapidly while internal processing is carried out after the power is turned on. Once the internal processing is over, the logo turns to pink color. The 12Z logo turns blue when you use the DSC cable, or when the trainer function is set at student's side. The 12Z logo blinks red slowly when you attach the RF module that is different from the setting.
Mounting and dismounting the antenna Mount the antenna by turning it clockwise until it locks in place.
Under the normal usage (, that is, radio wave is being emitted), the 12Z logo turns green. When dismounting the antenna, turn the antenna counterclockwise
Angle adjustment of the antenna You can change the angle of the antenna, as you like. Use 2.5mm hexagonal wrench to turn counterclockwise to release the screw on the left of the antenna holder, and change the angle of the antenna, as you like, then retighten.
(Switch Type) SA : 3 positions; Alternate; Short lever SB : 3 positions; Alternate; Long lever SC : 3 positions; Alternate; Long lever SD : 3 positions; Alternate; Short lever SE : 3 positions; Alternate; Short lever SF : 2 positions; Alternate; Long lever SG : 2 positions; Alternate; Short lever SH : 2 positions; Momentary; Long lever
*You can choose switch and set the ON/OFF-direction in the setting screen of the mixing functions.
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Digital trim This transmitter is equipped with digital trims. Each time you press a trim button, the trim position moves one step. If you continue pressing it, the trim position starts to move faster. In addition, when the trim position returns to the center, the tone will change. You can always monitor trim positions by graphics on the screen. To change the trim rate, you must activate this through the function menu, within the linkage menu. Use the cursor lever to select the trim box and then push the enter button and you will access another screen which enables you to change the trim percentages.
8. Turn on the receiver power while the new frequency data above is displayed.
*When receiver frequency setting is complete, the receiver monitor LED blinks once and the CH1 servo shuttles 3 times across the neutral position. *The new receiver frequency data uses very low power whose frequency is different from that of frequency channel used. When setting the receiver frequency, bring the transmitter and receiver as close together as possible. *If the new data is not read correctly due to the ambient conditions, extend the transmitter antenna and bring the transmitter close to the receiver antenna and repeat steps 5 through 7. *The frequency can also be changed by connecting the transmitter and receiver directly with the DSC cord and performing steps 5 through 8. *When the receiver ID code is incorrect, the monitor LED will blink. Return to the receiver ID setup screen and reset the receiver ID.
5. If the frequency is correct, push the enter button. 6.A confirmation message ("TRANSMIT?") is displayed. To send on the new frequency, select [YES] and push the enter button.
*To not send, select [NO] and push the enter button.
Registration of the user's name
T12Z transmitter can register user's name. How to register user's name
1. Turn on the power of the transmitter. 2. Select [USER NAME] of the area that displays the user's name on the home screen or in the system menu and push the enter button.
*The user name set up screen appears.
9. When frequency setting is complete, move the cursor to the [END] position and push the enter button. 10.A confirmation message ("TRANSMIT?") is displayed. To send on the new frequency, select [YES] and push the enter button.
*To not transmit, select [NO] and push the enter button.
3. Select [USER NAME] and push the enter button. Then the set up screen will pop up. You can use up to 12 characters as a user's name.
In case of using PCM1024, PPM receivers
*Make sure that PCM1024 or PPM is set as a modulation scheme. Then change the frequency by the following instruction.
message ("TRANSMIT?") is displayed. Since you do not want to transmit, select [NO] and then push the enter button. 2. Select [FREQUENCY] of the area that displays the frequency on the home screen or in the linkage menu and push the enter button.
*The frequency setup screen appears. *For a description of the user's name registering: p.33.
4. Push "Return" key to return to the previous screen after entering the user's name.
(If you want to protect the user's name) If you don't want anybody else to change your user's name, set your ID.
*Please be aware that you will not able to change user's name if you forget your password. *For a description of the user's name protection method: p.33.
3. When switching the frequency, select [BAND NO.] and push the enter button.
ON position on the switch setup screen. When [NORM] is selected, normal ON/OFF operation is performed. When [ALT] is selected, the trainer function is alternately turned on and off each time the switch is operated. This allows alternate ON/OFF switching even when a momentary switch (SH) is used.
*When setting or changing the switch, use the cursor lever to move to the "SWITCH" item, call the switch setup screen by pushing the enter button and set the desired switch and ON/OFF direction.
*Use the cursor lever to move the cursor to the "MODE" item of the channel you want to change and change the mode by turning the data input dial to the left or right. The display blinks. Press the enter button to change the mode.
*The switch mode can also be selected when setting the
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*The setting above allows setting of the servo throw relative to the amount of student side operation when [MIX] or [FUNC] was selected.
*When setting the switch at each channel, use the cursor lever to move to the "SW" item of the channel you want to change, call the switch setup screen by pushing the enter button, and select the switch.
When using at the student side
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The following LCD screen adjustments and auto power off setting are possible:
LCD contrast adjustment
*Use the cursor lever to select "LCD CONTRAST" and adjust the contrast by turning the data input dial to the left and right.
Auto power off time setting
*When the amount of time a stick, switch, etc. (excluding screen operation) is not operated exceeds the set time, the power is automatically turned off. This time can be set up to 1 hour in 10 minute steps. "Auto power off" can also be disabled ("NEVER"). *When the transmitter is expected to be idle for a long time during flight with a glider, etc., set the auto off timer to "NEVER" or a long time.
*When you want to reset the contrast to the initial state, select "LCD CONTRAST" and push the enter button for 1 second. LCD CONTRAST is reset to the center position.
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This function reverses the operation signal of the sticks, switches, trimmer levers, and knobs.
Note: This setting reverses the actual operation signal, but does not change the display of the indicators on the display. Use the Normal mode as long as there is no special reason to use the Reverse mode.
Operation direction reversal method
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The T12Z system program version information, CF card information (memory size, vacant capacity, number of model data), and product ID are displayed on the Information screen.
*When the CF card is not inserted, the CF card information is not displayed.
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MODEL BASIC SETTING PROCEDURE
Airplane/glider basic setting procedure
1. Model addition and call Initial setting assigns 1 model to the T12Z transmitter. The Model Select function of the Linkage Menu is used to add models and to select models which are already set.
3. Fuselage linkage The data for up to 25 models can be saved to the transmitter. Data can also be saved to the optional CF card. The currently selected model name is displayed at Connect the ailerons, elevators, throttle, rudder, etc. in accordance with the model's instruction manual. For a description of the connection method, see the Receiver and Servos Connection.
Note: The channel assignment of the T12Z is different from that of our existing systems. Note that even for the same "airplane model", when the wing type and tail type are different, the channel assignment may be different. (The channel assigned to each function can be checked at the Function menu of the Linkage Menu.)
When a new model is added, the Model type select screen and Frequency/Modulation mode/Receiver ID setup screen automatically appear. Please be aware that the transmitter will stop transmitting when you change the model.
2. Model type selection Select the model type matched to the aircraft with the Model Type select function of the Linkage Menu. For an airplane, select the model type from among the 3 types: airplane, glider, and motor glider. After the wing type is selected the Tail type select screen is displayed. Select the tail type matched to the aircraft. There are 13 wing types and 3 tail types for airplane, glider, and motor glider.
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Helicopter basic setting procedure
etc. to match the fuselage used. 1. Model addition and call Default setting assigns 1 model to the T12Z. To add new models or to call a model already set, use the Model Select function of the Linkage Menu. 3. Flight condition addition The transmitter can install up to eight flight conditions per model. You can assign all switches including sticks, switches, trim levers and trim switches as flight-condition selection switches. You can also avoid sudden changes. Moreover, you can set priority condition. In addition, you can copy conditions and/or change names of conditions. This command may also be used to define what switches and/or controls are The Condition Select function automatically
This is convenient when calling a model after registering the model names in advance. (The data of up to 25 models can be saved at the transmitter. Data can also be saved to the optional CF card.) The currently called model is displayed at the top
When a new model is added, the Model Type Select screen and Frequency/Modulation mode/Receiver ID setup screen automatically appear. Change, or check that they match the type, frequency, and receiver type of the model used.
only one active when a new model type is defined. This condition is always on, and remains on until other conditions are activated by switches. The Condition Delay can be programmed for each channel. The Condition Delay is used to change the servo throw smoothly when switching conditions.
2. Model type and swash type selection If a different model type is already selected, select helicopter with the Model Type function of the Linkage Menu, and then select the swash type matched to the helicopter.
The priority is throttle hold/idle up 2/idle up 1/ normal. Throttle hold has the highest priority. Add other conditions, as required. <Model Basic Setting Procedure> 39
4. Fuselage linkage Connect the throttle rudder, aileron, elevator, pitch, and other servos in accordance with the kit instruction manual. For a description of the connection method, see "Receiver and Servos Connection". *The channel assignment of the T12Z is different assigned to each function can be checked at the Function menu of the Linkage Menu.)
5. Throttle/Pitch curve setting This function adjusts the throttle or pitch operation curve in relation to the movement of the throttle stick for each condition.
(17 points curve) The throttle/pitch curve can be freely selected from linear operation curve to smooth curve, and adjusted to match the curve you want by means of the T12Zs powerful Curve Edit Function (6 types of curves can be selected). Up to 17 points can be set for linear or curve types. However, when using the 3 points smooth curve can be created by selecting the curve type and reducing the number of input points to 3 or 5, and then entering the specified value at the corresponding points that you created. Call the throttle curve of each condition with the condition select switch.
*You can also assign the same function to multiple servo output channels such as assigning elevator function to CH2 and CH3.
VC1~VC4 (virtual channels) These four channels can be set as virtual functions that do not have servo output channels. You can freely change combinations between functions (aileron, elevator, etc) and input controllers (sticks, switches, trim levers and trim switches). Servo Output Channels For PCMG3 mode, you can set twelve linear channels. For PCM1024 mode, you can set eight linear channels and one digital channel. For PPM mode, you can set only eight linear channels.
*DG1 (switch channels) This channel can be used as switch channels. You can freely change combinations between servo output channels and input controllers (sticks, switches, trim levers and trim switches).
*The function selection screen is displayed.
*The function name blinks. *The same control can be assigned to multiple channels. *The setting can be changed for each condition. *Multiple channels can be assigned to one function. After the set mode is changed from group mode [GROUP] to single mode [SINGL] at the control selection screen, only that condition setting is changed by control change; setting of other conditions remains the same.
Operation control change
*The control selection screen is displayed.
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*The trim setup screen is displayed.
Separate/combination mode selection
Group/single mode setting When the flight conditions are set, operation control and trim can be switched for each condition.
*The setting can be changed for each condition. After the set mode is changed from group mode [GROUP] to single mode [SINGL] at the trim setup screen, only setting of that condition is changed by control change; setting of other conditions remains the same.
Trim rate setting [Example of use] Use when you want to switch butterfly and throttle stick in the glider mode, etc.
(When the enter button is pushed for 1 second, the trim rate is reset to the initial value.)
Control step amount setting
(When the enter button is pushed for 1 second, the control step amount is reset to the initial value.) *When the value is made large, the change per step becomes larger.
Trim mode selection
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The Sub-Trim function is used to set the servo neutral position, and may be used to make fine adjustments to the control surface after linkages and pushrods are hooked up. When you begin to set up a model, be sure that the digital trims are set to their center position.
[For a detailed description of the setting method, see [Switch Setting Method] at the back of this manual.]
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Digital Trim Position display (T1-T4, CD) VR and slide lever position display (LS, LD, RD, RS)
The Dial Monitor displays the current position and the operation step amount of each Digital Trim.
Displays the current position ( ) and last operating position ( ) of the VRs and slider levers.
Calling knob and slide lever position (LS, LD, RD, RS)
( ) ( )
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This function is designed to allow you to reset selected portions or all of the settings saved in the active model memory. You may individually choose to reset the following sets of data; T1~T4, CD: Reset the digital trim setting.
*All the conditions, or the condition currently being displayed (the entire group for group setting), can be selected.
Model menu setting: Resets all the functions in the Model Menu except Condition Select. All model setting: Resets all Linkage and Model Menu functions except for Frequency, Model Select, and Model Type.
Data resetting method
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To activate/deactivate Condition hold: speed of the engine so that you may adjust flight conditions when the engine is running. An alarm indicates that the function is operating. It will prevent the engine from racing dangerously when adjusting the Idle-Up settings. While this function is active, the throttle servo position is fixed at the point where you operate when the function is activated. You must deactivate this function when you are through making adjustments. The system will not allow you to activate/ deactivate this function in either of the following states: (Home screen)
*When this function is active, "IS ACTIVE" appears at the bottom of the [CND HOLD] display at the left bottom of the screen.
(LINKAGE menu/MODEL menu)
*Operation is displayed at the bottom of the menu. Function ON: "CND HOLD: ACT(ON)" is displayed. Function OFF: "CND HOLD: INH(OFF)" is displayed.
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MODEL MENU (COMMON FUNCTIONS)
This section describes the AFR, program mixing, and other functions common to all model types. Before setting the model data, use the Model Type function of the Linkage Menu to select the model type matched to the fuselage. When another model type is selected thereafter, the AFR, program mixing, and other setting data are reset. The functions in the Model Menu can be set for each flight condition. When you want to use the system by switching the settings for each condition by switch, stick position, etc., use the Condition Select function to add flight conditions. (Up to 8 conditions can be used)
*Initial setting assigns camber operation to side lever LS.
the mixing direction is reversed by the linkage, adjustments can be made by changing the mixing rate polarity (+ or -).
(Currently selected condition name) [Return Key] (For a description of the setting method, refer to the AFR function.) [Cursor Lever]
setting cut switch
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The rate and curve of each servo can be set by calling each screen. (For a description of the curve setting method, see the description at the back of this manual.) The servo speed can also be adjusted. (For a description of the switch selection method, see the description at the back of this manual.)
the data input dial.
push the enter button to call the setup screen. (For a description of the setup method, see the description at the back of this manual.)
FLP 3 (Brake Flap) FLP 1 (Camber Flap) AIL1 (Main Aileron) AIL 3 (Chip Aileron) V-TAIL
FLP 4 (Brake Flap) FLP 2 (Camber Flap) AIL 2 (Main Aileron) AIL 4 (Chip Aileron) AILVATOR
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This function is used when you want to mix the
[Enter Button] *For a description of the curve setting method, see the description at the back of this manual.
(Ailerons and flaps rate adjustment screen)
The adjustment rate and adjustment direction can be set.
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This mixing is used to correct changes (elevator
by the linkage, adjustments can be made by changing the mixing rate polarity (+ or ).
FLP 1 (Camber Flap) V-TAIL
FLP 2 (Camber Flap) AILVATOR
*When the mixing direction is reversed by the linkage, adjustments can be made by changing the mixing rate polarity (+ or ).
(For a description of the switch selection method, see the description at the back of this manual. right item and adjust the mixing rate with the data input dial.
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This function allows powerful brake operation by simultaneously raising the left and right ailerons and lowering the flaps (camber flap, This setting will allow the ailerons to be raised while the flaps are simultaneously lowered. landing configuration by accomplishing the
also be set. *When servo binding occurs when setting the ailerons and rudder angle. *The display screen is an example. The actual screen depends on the model type. position to be changed, the reference point is unexpected operation may be performed.
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the cursor to this setting item and press the enter button to call the
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is used to stabilize the aircraft's attitude. The mode) can be switched with a switch.
switched. simultaneously controlled. *Initial setting does not assign a sensitivity channel. Use the Function menu of the Linkage Menu to assign the sensitivity beforehand. Set [Control] and [Trim] other than Function to [NULL].
the 3 axes Gyro/Gyro2/Gyro3 can be set.
data input dial to the left and push the enter button.
(For a description of the switch selection method, see the description at the end of this manual.)
(Example) Setting 3 axes using a GYA351 and GYA352 (2 axes gyro)
*When separating the conditions, set to [SNGL]. front position. Since switch E is turned OFF at the center, Rate 2 remains [INH].
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This function lets you adjust for left and right rudder angle changes at elevator and rudder
control rudder movement as elevators. In addition to each rudder side moving up and down together, each side moves in opposite directions when moving Ruddervator, as they can serve the same purpose.
ELEVATOR (RUDDER 2) RUDDER (ELEVATOR 2)
(For more information, see the description at the back of this manual.) (Currently selected condition name) [Cursor Lever]
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(Effective only when 2 servos used at the elevators)
This function improves the operating performance of the roll axis by operating the elevators as ailerons. Ailevator is where each elevator in a standard (conventional) or v-tail moves independently, like ailerons on a wing. In addition to each elevator side moving up and down together, each side moves in opposite directions when moving as an Ailevator. On can serve the same purpose. Typically, both Ailevator and ailerons are coupled together to maximize roll performance, especially on larger wingspan planes.
The operation speed of each control be changed and snap roll executed by stick while there is switch operation can be performed.
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This function lets you adjust the throttle when using a multi engine airplane with up to 4 engines. The Throttle Cut function, Idle Down function, Throttle Hold function, High Trim, and Idle Trim can be adjusted by throttle channel (THR, THR2,
*Initial setting assigns only one throttle channel (THR). When using this function, the number of throttle channels must be assigned beforehand at the Function menu of the Linkage Menu. throttle channel. Throttle cut operation is linked to
*The idle down offset rate set at this screen is effective. (carburetor opening angle) for each throttle position can be changed.
based on the center.
*The throttle cut position set at this screen is effective.
*The number of engines (1~4) assigned by Function menu in the Linkage Menu setup screen is displayed. (Currently selected condition name) [Cursor Lever]
each engine) each engine)
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MODEL MENU (HELICOPTER)
This section contains information on the commands that apply to helicopters only. For instructions on Airplanes and Sailplanes, refer to the sections pertaining to those aircraft. Each of these functions can be set independently for move the cursor to the desired function and push the enter button to be entered. Use the Model Type function in the Linkage Menu to select the swash type matched to the fuselage beforehand. If you later change model types, all settings will be lost. Also, add flight conditions at the Condition Select screen before setting the model data at each function. (Up to 8 conditions can be used) The AFR function, fuel mixture and other functions common to all model types, are described in a separate section.
below by pushing the enter button. you want to set and call the setup screen by pushing the enter button.
1.Move the cursor to [COND. HOLD]. 2.Set the throttle stick lower than the 1/3 point and push the enter button to activate/deactivate the condition hold function. *See p. 68 for condition hold function details. *Condition hold operation is displayed.
Model Menu functions (helicopter) list
PIT CURVE: THR CURVE: Throttle curve and hovering trim adjustment ACCELERATION: Allows a brief "overload" in response to sudden throttle and pitch commands THR HOLD: Moves the throttle to idle during autorotation SWASH MIX: Compensates for each control response THROTTLE MIX: Compensates for power loss when cyclic applied PIT to NEEDLE: PIT to RUD: Handles torque changes from pitch angle inputs FUEL MIXTURE: Commands a second servo to adjust the fuel mixture at the carburetor GYRO: Used to switch gyro sensitivity GOVERNOR: Used to switch RPM of the helicopters head
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PIT CURVE/PIT TRIM
This function adjusts the pitch operation curve relative to movement of the throttle stick.
*The pitch curve can be freely selected from linear operation curve to smooth curve, and adjusted to match the curve you want by means of the T12Zs powerful Curve Edit Function (6 types of curves can be selected). Up to 17 points can be set for linear or curve types. However, when using the 3 smooth curve can be created by selecting the curve type and reducing the number of input points to 3 or 5, and then you created a curve.
*For a description of the curve setting method, see the description at the back of this manual. (For more information, refer to the description at the back of this manual.)
Normal curve adjustment
create a basic pitch curve centered about curve so that up/down control is best at a constant engine speed.
When actually starting the engine and idling state.
Idle up curve adjustment
other purposes and use the idle up curves
Throttle hold curve adjustment
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enter a point and push the enter button. The point is created. independently.
Curve setting examples The screens shown below are curves created by entering the pitch rate at low, center, and high side 3 points or 5 points at each condition. They were created by reducing the number of points to the 3 points of low side, center, and high side. When
the fuselage (or the reference value).
Idle-up 1 Curve
Idle-up 2 Curve
Pitch Trim (Hovering pitch, high pitch, low pitch)
The hovering pitch, low pitch, and high pitch trim setup screen can be called from the PIT Curve setup screen.
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