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3PM-2.4G MX

3-channel, FASST Radio control system for Car

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

1M23N13518
Digital Proportional R/C System
Thank you for purchasing a Futaba 3PM-2.4G MX system. Before using your 3PM-2.4G MX system, read this manual carefully in order to use your R/C set safely. After reading this manual, store it in a safe place.
Application, Export, and Modification
1. This product may be used for models only. It is not intended for use in any application other than the control of models for hobby and recreational 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 for 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 goverment authorities may be required. If you have purchased this product from an exporter outside your 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. 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.
Compliance Information Statement (for U.S.A.)
This device, trade name Futaba Corporation of America, model number R603FF/FS, complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. The responsible party of this device compliance is: Futaba Service Center 3002 N Apollo Drive Suite 1, Champaign, IL 61822 U.S.A. TEL (217)398-8970 or E-mail: support@futaba-rc.com (Support) TEL (217)398-0007 or E-mail: service@futaba-rc.com (Service)
Battery Recycling (for U.S.A.)
The RBRCTM SEAL on the (easily removable) nickel-cadmium battery contained in Futaba products indicates that Futaba Corporation of America is voluntarily participating in an industry program to collect and recycle these batteries at the end of their useful lives, when taken out of service within the United States. The RBRCTM program provides a convenient alternative to placing used nickel-cadmium batteries into the trash or municipal waste system, which is illegal in some 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 Ni-Cd battery recycling in your area. Futaba Corporation of America's involvement in this program is part of its commitment to protecting our environment and conserving natural resources.
RBRCTM is a trademark of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to cause cancer and birth defects (or other reproductive harm).
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION INTERFERENCE STATEMENT (for U.S.A.)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: --Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. --Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. --Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. --Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Before running (cruising), check the fail safe function.
Check Method: Before starting the engine, check the fail safe function as follows: 1. Turn on the transmitter and receiver power switches. 2. Wait at least one minute, then turn off the transmitter power switch. (The transmitter automatically transfers the fail safe data to the receiver every minute.) 3. Check if the fail safe function moves the servos to the preset position when reception fails. The fail safe function is a safety feature that minimizes set damage by moving the servos to a preset position when reception fails. However, if set to a dangerous position, it has the opposite effect. Setting example: Throttle idle or brake position
(Fail safe function) ---when using PPM mode
Always set the F/S position after turning on the transmitter power.
F/S Position Setting Method: Move and hold the throttle trigger to the F/S servo position where you want to set (Throttle idle or brake position). Then push the F/S switch on the transmitter. The LED blinks green.
NiCd Battery Handling Precautions
(Only when NiCd batteries are used)
Always check to be sure your batteries have been charged prior to operating the model.
Should the battery go dead while the model is operating, loss of control will occur and create a very dangerous situation.
To recharge the transmitter and/or receiver NiCd batteries, use the special charger made for this purpose.
Overcharging could cause the NiCd battery to overheat, leak or explode. This may lead to fire, burns, loss of sight and many other types of injuries.
When the model is not being used, always remove or disconnect the NiCd battery.
Leaving the battery connected could create a dangerous situation if someone accidentally turns on the receiver power switch. Loss of control would occur.

Special Charger

Prohibited Items
Do not throw NiCd batteries into a fire. Do not expose NiCd batteries to extreme heat. Also do not disassemble or modify a NiCd battery pack.
Overheating and breakage will cause the electrolyte to leak from the cells and cause skin burns, loss of sight as well as other injuries.
When the system will not be used for any length of time store the system with batteries in a discharged state. Be sure to recharge the batteries prior to the next time the system is used.
If the batteries are repeatedly recharged in a slightly discharged state the memory effect of the NiCd battery may considerably reduce the capacity. A reduction in operating time will occur even when the batteries are charged for the recommended time.

Use prohibited

NiCd AA size batteries.
Do not use commercial AA size NiCd batteries.
Quick charging may cause the battery contacts to overheat and damage the battery holder.
Do not drop the NiCd battery or expose it to strong shocks or vibrations.
The battery may short circuit and overheat. Electrolyte may leak out and cause burns or chemical damage.

Do not short circuit the NiCd battery terminals.
Causing a short circuit across the battery terminals may result in abnormal heating, fire and burns.

Shock Prohibited

<NiCd Battery Electrolyte>
The electrolyte in NiCd batteries is a strong alkali. Should you get even the smallest amount of the electrolyte in your eyes, DO NOT RUB. Wash immediately with water and seek medical attention at once. The electrolyte can cause blindness. If electrolyte comes in contact with your skin or clothes, wash with water immediately.
Storage and Disposal Precautions
Do not leave the radio system or models within the reach of small children.
A small child may accidentally operate the system. This could cause a dangerous situation and injuries. NiCd batteries can be very dangerous when mishandled and cause chemical damage.
Do not store your R/C system in the following places.
- Where it is extremely hot or cold. - Where the system will be exposed to direct sunlight. - Where the humidity is high. -Where vibration is prevalent. -Where dust is prevalent. -Where the system would be exposed to steam and condensation. Storing your R/C system under adverse conditions could cause deformation and numerous problems with operations.

Mandatory Procedure

If the system will not be used for a long period of time, remove the batteries from the transmitter and model and store in a cool, dry place.
If the batteries are left in the transmitter, electrolyte may leak and damage the transmitter. This applies to the model also. Remove the batteries from it also to prevent damage.
<NiCd Battery Recycling>
A used NiCd battery is valuable resource. Insulate the battery terminals and dispose of the battery by taking it to a battery recycling center.

Other Precautions

Do not expose plastic parts to fuel, motor spray, waste oil or exhaust.
The fuel, motor spray, waste oil and exhaust will penetrate and damage the plastic.
Always use only genuine Futaba transmitters, receivers, servos, FET amps (electronic speed controls),NiCd batteries and other optional accessories.
Futaba will not be responsible for problems caused by the use of other than genuine Futaba parts. Use the parts specified in the instruction manual and catalog.

Set Contents

Your 3PM-2.4G MX system includes the following:
3PM-2.4G MX system Transmitter Receiver
T3PM-2.4G MX R603FF or R603FS
Transmitter battery holder Receiver switch Instruction manual

Miscellaneous

Always use R603FF/FS under the following conditions: Power supply: 6V NiCd battery (PPM/HRS mode) Servo: 6V type Futaba Digital Servo (HRS mode)
If the conditions are different, control is impossible or the servo may be damaged.
Always use only genuine Futaba transmitter, receiver, FET amp, NiCd battery and other optional parts.
Futaba will not be responsible for damage caused by other than genuine Futaba parts and components. Use only the genuine Futaba parts and components listed in the instruction manual and catalog.

Transmitter T3PM-2.4G MX

Nomenclature
Never hold the antenna alone.
Hold the grip handle. Otherwise the antenna may be damaged.

Antenna

(See page 16 for the operating instructions.) (See page 16 for the operating instructions.)

LCD screen

Pilot lamp Power switch

Edit keys

(See page 16 for the operating instructions.)
Steering dual rate lever (DT3) ATL lever (DT4)
Mechanical ATL adjusting screw Throttle trigger
(See page 17 for the adjustment instructions.)
Push switch (SW1) Grip Handle
*The switches and levers in the figure are shown in the initial setting position. Precautions when turning the power switch on and off. When the data is changed using the edit keys or trim levers, wait at least two seconds before turning off the power. If the power is turned off within two seconds after the data was changed, the new data will not be written to memory.

Throttle trim (DT2)

Steering trim (DT1) Steering wheel CH3 switch ( SW2)
Adjustment of the antenna direction

(Antenna Moving Range)

Digital Trim Operation
(Initial settings: DT1: Steering trim, DT2: Throttle trim)
Push the lever to the left or right (up or down). The current position is displayed on the LCD screen for about three seconds when each digital trim is operated. DT1 Throttle trim Steering trim

position position

- Each step is indicated by a tone. - When the trim exceeds the maximum trim adjustment range, the tone will change pitch and the lever will not move any farther.
Trim Operation With the digital trim feature, trim adjustments have no effect on the maximum servo travel. This prevents the linkages from binding when adjustments are made.
- The digital trim (DT1/DT2/DT3/DT4) step amount can be adjusted by the Digital trim step function (STP-DT), see page 58.

Grip lever operation

Servo Installation

When you install the servos always use the rubber grommets provided in servo hardware bags. Mount the servos so they do not directly come in contact with the mount.
If the servo case comes in direct contact with the mount, vibration will be directly transmitted to the servo.

Motor Noise Suppression

Always install capacitors to suppress noise when electric motors are used.
If capacitors are not properly installed you could experience erratic operation and reduced range as well as loss of control.
Other Noise Suppression Methods
Be sure there are no metal parts in your model which under vibration could come in contact with other metal parts.
Metal to metal contacts under vibration will emit a high frequency noise that will affect the receiver's performance. You could experience erratic operation and reduced range as well as loss of control.

Electronic speed control

Install the heat sinks where they will not come in contact with aluminum, carbon fiber or other parts that conduct electricity.
If the Electronic speed control heat sinks touch other materials that conduct electricity a short circuit could occur. This could result in loss of control and damage to the system.
If this condition continues for a long time the servo may be damaged and control will be lost.
How to link the transmitter and the receiver
Each transmitter has an individually assigned, unique ID code. In order to start operation, the receiver must be linked with the ID code of the transmitter with which it is being paired. Once the link is made, the ID code is stored in the receiver and no further linking is necessary unless the receiver needs to be used with an other transmitter. (For T/R set, the link is already done at factory.) Link procedure 1. Bring the transmitter and the receiver close to each other, within one meter. 2. Turn on the transmitter. 3. Check the LED that is placed on the back side of the transmitter to see if the RF signal is transmitted. When the green LED is solid ON, the RF signal is transmitted.
*Please refer the table below for LED status vs transmitter's condition. LED and F/S switch
LED status vs transmitter's condition:
Parameter check for 0.5 seconds after power-on Transmitting signals F/S is activated by the F/S switch of the transmitter. (PPM mode) Red: On Green: On Green: Blink
4. Turn on the receiver. 5. Push the tactile switch of the receiver. 6. When the link is complete, the LED in the receiver changes to solid green.
*Please refer the table below for LED status vs receiver's condition.

LED status vs receiver's condition:
No signal reception Receiving signals Receiving signals, but ID is unmatched. Red : On Green: On Green: Blink
How to Set the F/S Position (PPM mode)

PPM mode only:

*HRS mode: Set the F/S function by the fail safe function menu.
1. Move and hold the throttle trigger to the F/S servo position you want to set (slow side). Then push the F/S switch on the transmitter.

*The LED blinks green.

LED and F/S switch
Note: Always set the F/S position when turning on the transmitter power.
Preparations (Transmitter)
Before setting the transmitter functions, check and set items below.
(Display when power switch is turned on)
Turn on the transmitter power.

Signal mode

PP: PPM mode HRS: HRS mode (displayed for about one second)

Battery voltage

Model name

Model number

1. Model Number Check
When the power switch is turned on, the current selected model number is displayed. Check if this number is the model number you want to set-up. To change the model number, use the Model Select function (page 50).

2. Signal Mode Check

The T3PM-2.4G MX transmitter output signal format can be changed. (HRS/PPM) Check if the signal mode is set to the desired mode. If this setting is incorrect, change it with the HRS/PPM Select function (page 55).

3. Trims Initial Set-Up

- Steering trim (DT1) check At initial set-up, steering trim is assigned to digital trim DT1 above the steering wheel. Operate the DT1 lever and check if the steering trim value on the screen changes. After checking the trim, set the trim value to the center (0) position. - Throttle trim (DT2) check At initial set-up, throttle trim is assigned to digital trim DT2 at the left side of the steering wheel. Operate the DT2 lever and check if the throttle trim value on the screen changes. After checking the trim, set the trim value to the center (0) position. DT1
Steering trim Throttle trim position position DT2
- Steering dual rate (DT3) check At initial set-up, steering dual rate is assigned to grip lever DT3 (upper) at the grip of the transmitter. Operate the DT3 lever and check if the D/R value displayed on the screen changes. After checking D/R, set the steering dual rate to 100%. - Throttle ATL (DT4) check At initial setting, throttle ATL is assigned to grip lever DT4 (lower) at the grip of the transmitter. Operate the DT4 lever and check if the ATL value displayed on the screen changes. After checking ATL, set throttle ATL to 100%.

Steering D/R Throttle ATL position value
(Set-Up Procedure When Installed In a Car)
When installing the servos in a car, performing function set-up in the following order is recommended. 1. Set up the servo trims (page 26). 2. Set the servo direction of operation using the Reverse function. (Page 49) The servo installation method and linkage direction depend on the kit. Therefore, the servo operation direction may have to be reversed relative to transmitter operation. Before installing the servo, check the operating direction and set it using the Reverse function. 3. Set the subtrim and adjust the servo neutral point. (Page 48) 4. Set the trigger travel by adjusting the throttle trigger mechanical ATL to your liking. (Page 17) 5. Set EPA of each channel and adjust the servo throw (travel). (Page 30)

Power switch turned on

Press "SEL" key to select the desired function screen. Press it for one second or more to scroll to the opposite direction. The current modulation mode and model number are displayed for about two seconds.

(Initial Screen)

End Point Adjuster

Steering Speed

Model Select
Steering EXP/Throttle EXP

Channel Reverse

ABS Function

Subtrim

Throttle Acceleration

Channel 3 Position

Brake mixing

ATL Function

Programmable Mixing

Steering D/R

4WS Mixing
Fail Safe Function (HRS system only)
Digital trim DT1 - DT4 display
The current position is displayed on the LCD screen for about two seconds when each digital trim is operated.
Press "CH" key to select the next set-up screen. [ABS, BMX, PMX and 4WS] Any set-up screen can not be selected when the function is set to "off" or "inh".

System Functions

Turn on the power switch while pressing "SEL" key. Press "SEL" key to select the desired function screen. Press it for one second or more to scroll to the opposite direction.

Model Copy

Adjuster

Model Reset

LED Mode Selection

Model Name

Condition 2 Selection
(displayed for about one second)

Digital Trim Step

HRS/PPM Select

Function Select Lever

Function Select Switch
Press "CH" key to select the next set-up screen.

End point adjuster/EPA

Use this when performing left and right steering angle adjustments, throttle high side/ brake side operation amount adjustment, and channel 3 servo up side/down side operation amount adjustment during linkage. - Corrects the maximum steering angle and left and right steering angles when there is a difference in the turning radius due to the characteristics, etc. of the vehicle. Maximum steering angle The EPA function basically determines the maximum steering angle of each channel. The functions shown below may have been adjusted, or the operating range set by EPA function may be exceeded. Check the linkage each time the following functions are adjusted. - Sub trim (all channels) - Throttle Acceleration (Brake side) - Brake mixing rate - Program mixing slave side (all channels) ATL trim ATL trim allows adjustment of the brake side operation amount during operation. Therefore, when the operating angle is adjusted with throttle EPA, ATL trim must also be taken into account.

1 3rd channel servo (up side) adjustment
Use the (+) and (-) buttons to adjust the steering angle.
2 3rd channel servo (down side) adjustment
Select setup item "3C-R.B.D" and use the (+) and (-) buttons to adjust the steering angle.

Steering Speed/SPD

Quick steering operation will cause momentary understeering, loss of speed, or spinning. This function is effective in such cases.
Smooth cornering Spin Understeering
Steering speed not set Operation - This function limits the maximum speed of the steering servo. (Delay function) - The steering speed when the steering wheel is operated (TN direction) and returned (RN direction) can be independently set. - If the steering wheel is turned slower than the set speed, the steering servo is not affected.
Steering speed set TN direction
Turning speed adjustment range "TURN"
Press "CH" key to select the next setup screen. Adjustment range 0~100% (each direction) Adjustment buttons - Use the (+) and (-) buttons to make adjustments. - Return to the initial value by pressing the (+) and (-) buttons simultaneously (approx. 1 sec).

Stick operation

"RETN" Return speed adjust1.5 0.1 ment range

RN direction

Setup item SPD-TN: TURN direction SPD-RN: RETURN direction
Steering Speed (SPD) adjustment (Preparation) - Select setup item "SPD-TN" and make the following adjustments:
1 "TN" direction adjustment
Use the (+) and (-) buttons to adjust the delay amount.
2 "RN" direction adjustment
Select setup item "SPD-RN" and use the (+) and (-) buttons to adjust the delay amount.
Setting range: 1~100% At 100%, there is no delay. At 1%, the delay is approximately 1.5 seconds. 100% 1%
Servo operation is delayed.
3 When ending adjustment, return to the initial
screen by pressing the (SEL) button.
Steering EXP, Throttle EXP / EXP
This function is used to change the sensitivity of the steering servo around the neutral position and makes throttle trigger high side and brake side direction servo operation quicker or milder. It has no effect on the maximum servo travel. Racers Tip When the setting is not determined, or the characteristics of the model are unknown, start with 0%. (When EXP is set to 0%, servo movement is linear.) Advice (Throttle EXP) When the course conditions are good and there is no sense of torque at the power unit, set each curve to the + side (quick side). When the road surface is slippery and the drive wheels do not grip it, set each curve to the - minus (mild) side.

Calling the setup screen (Initial screen) (Setup screen) Press "CH" key to select the next setup screen.
Setup item EXP-ST: Steering EXP rate EXP-FW : Forward side EXP rate EXP-BK : Brake side EXP rate
Adjustment range -100~0~+100% Adjustment buttons - Use the (+) and (-) buttons to make adjustments. - Return to the initial value by pressing the (+) and (-) buttons simultaneously (approx. 1 sec).
Steering EXP adjustment (Preparation) - Select setup item "EXP-ST" and make the following adjustments:
1 When you want to quicken steering operation, use the (+) button to adjust
the + side. When you want to make steering operation milder, use the (-) button to adjust the - side.
2 When adjusting the EXP rates of another channel immediately after this,
see the adjustment method for that channel. When ending adjustment, return to the initial screen by pressing the (SEL) button. (Quick) (Mild)
Servo travel Servo travel

0% (normal) 0% -1% -100%

+1% ~ +100% (quick)

0% (normal) 0%

-1% ~ -100% (mild)

Steering wheel travel

Throttle EXP Adjustment (Preparation) - Select setup item "EXP-FW" and make the following adjustments:
1 Forward side adjustment
Use the (+) button to adjust the + side when you want to quicken the rise and use the (-) button to adjust the - side when you want to make the rise milder.

2 Brake side adjustment

Select setup item "EXP-BK" and use the (+) button to adjust the + side when you want to quicken the rise and use the (-) button to adjust the - side when you want to make the rise milder.
3 When adjusting the EXP rates of another channel immediately after this,
see the adjustment method for that channel. When ending adjustment, return to the initial screen by pressing the (SEL) button.

A.B.S. Function

When the brakes are applied while cornering with a 4 Wheel Drive or other type of vehicle, understeer may occur. The generation of understeer can be eliminated and corners can be smoothly cleared by using this function. Operation - When the brakes are applied, the throttle servo will pulse intermittently. This will have the same effect as pumping the brakes in a full size car. - The brake return amount, pumping cycle, and delay amount can be adjusted.

Fail Safe Function / F/S (HRS mode)
(HRS mode only) Fail safe function This function moves the steering, throttle and channel 3 servos to a preset position when the receiver cannot receive the signal from the transmitter for some reason. When the servo operation position is not set, this function operates so that the servos remain in the position they were in immediately before reception was lost and then the servo signal from the receiver is halt immediately. When the signal from the transmitter can be received again, this function automatically resets.
- For gasoline engine cars, it is recommended that the throttle channel be set to the direction that applies the brakes.
Battery fail safe function When the receiver battery voltage drops to 4.2V or less, this function moves the throttle servo to the position set by fail safe function. When the voltage recovers, this function automatically resets.
Press "CH" key to select the next setup screen. The servo position is displayed when the fail safe function was set up.
Setup items F/S-ST: Steering setting F/S-TH: Throttle setting F/S-3C: Channel 3 setting
Fail safe function setup (Preparation) - Select the desired channel setup item and make the following adjustments.

1 (Servo position setup)

When the fail safe function operates, the steering wheel, the throttle trigger or channel 3 lever remains in the desired operation position. When the (+) and (-) buttons are pressed simultaneously for about 1 second, the servo position is displayed and you can confirm that the function was set. When you want to release the setting, press the (+) or (-) button. "OFF" is displayed. (Each channel can be set similarly.)
2 When ending adjustment, return to the initial screen by pressing the (SEL).
Steering Trim, Throttle Trim / TRM
Steering neutral adjustments and throttle neutral adjustments during a run can be made by moving the trim lever to the left or right (the up or down). This setting is linked to transmitter digital trim lever DT1 and DT2. When DT1 or DT2 is assigned to another function, set the trim function with this screen. When Trim usage is extreme If it takes most of your trim movement to get a servo to the neutral position, reposition the servo horn or servo saver on the servo and inspect your linkage installation.
When each digital trim is operated, the "TRM" screen is displayed automaticaly for about three seconds. Trim position L.F.U 100% ~ 0 ~ R.B.D 100% Initial value: 0% Adjustment buttons - Use the (+) and (-) buttons to make adjustments. - Press the (+) and (-) buttons simultaneously (approx. 1 sec) to return to the initial screen.

Steering trim position

Throttle trim position
Setup Item TRM-ST: Steering trim posiion TRM-TH: Throttle trim posiion
Trim adjustment (Preparation) - Select the desired setup item and make the following adjustments.

1 (Position adjustment)

Use the (+) and (-) buttons to adjust the trim position.
- This position is linked with the digital trim (DT1 or DT2).
2 When ending adjustment, return to the initial screen by pressing the (SEL)
Steering Dual Rate / D/R-ST
When the steering angle is too small at under steering at corners while running, increase the rate. When the steering angle is too large at over steering, decrease the rate. The setup here is linked with transmitter grip lever DT3. Adjustments can be made at this screen even if DT3 is assigned to another function. Operation - The steering servo left and right steering angles are adjusted simultaneously.
Calling the setup screen (Initial screen) (Setup screen) Dual Rate value When Dual Rate lever is operated, the "D/R-ST" screen is displayed automaticaly for about three seconds.
Setup Item D/R: Steering D/R value D/R value 0 ~ 100% Initial value: 100%
Adjustment buttons - Use the (+) and (-) buttons to make adjustments. - Press the (+) and (-) buttons simultaneously (approx. 1 sec) to return to the initial screen.

Steering D/R adjustment

1 (D/R value adjustment)
Use the (+) and (-) buttons to adjust the D/R value.
- This position is linked with the grip lever (DT3).
Throttle ATL Function / ATL-BK
This function adjusts the - side when the braking effect is strong and the + side when the braking effect is weak. This setting is linked to transmitter grip lever DT4. When DT4 is assigned to another function, set the ATL function with this screen. Operation The throttle brake side (when the throttle trigger is pushed forward) brake amount can be adjusted.
Calling the setup screen (Initial screen) (Setup screen) ATL position When ATL lever is operated, the "ATLBK" screen is displayed automaticaly for about three seconds.

Setup Item ATL-BK: Throttle ATL position ATL position 0 ~ 100% Initial value: 100%

Throttle ATL adjustment

1 (ATL position adjustment)
Use the (+) and (-) buttons to adjust the ATL position.
- This position is linked with the grip lever (DT4).

Channel 3 Position / CH3

Use this function to set the servo position of the channel 3. This setting is linked to transmitter switch (SW2). When the switch is assigned to another function, set the channel 3 position with this screen.
-When the 4WS function is turned to ON, this CH3 set-up screen is not displayed.
Calling the setup screen (Initial screen) (Setup screen) Channel 3 position When channel 3 switch is operated, the "CH3" screen is displayed automaticaly for about three seconds. Channel 3 position L.F.U 100% ~ 0 ~ R.B.D 100% Initial value: 0%
Setup Item RATE: Channel 3 posiion
Use the (+) and (-) buttons to adjust the channel 3 position.
2 When ending adjustment, return to the initial
Channel 3 adjustment (Preparation) - Select setup item "CH3" and make the following adjustments.

Subtrim / SBT

Use this function to adjust the neutral position of the steering, throttle and channel 3 servos. Subtrim shifts the entire servo travel range in the set direction.
Use to adjust the neutral position
Setup Item SBT-ST : Steering SBT-TH : Throttle SBT-3C : Channel 3
Subtrim position L.F.U 100% ~ 0 ~ R.B.D 100% Initial value: 0% Adjustment buttons - Use the (+) and (-) buttons to make adjustments. - Press the (+) and (-) buttons simultaneously (approx. 1 sec) to return to the initial screen.
Subtrim adjustment (Preparation) -Set the steering and throttle digital trims to the neutral "0" position. Set CH3 to the center "0" position. - Preselect setup channel "ST", "TH", or "3C".

1 (Subtrim adjustment)

Use the (+) or (-) button to adjust the center. (Each channel can be set similarly.)

Calling the setup screen 1. Turn on the power switch while pressing "SEL" key. Initiall value DT1: 2 DT2: 2 DT3: 2 DT4: 2

Trim step adjustment

2 (Trim step adjustment)
Use the (+) or (-) button to adjust the trim step amount.
Condition 2 Selection / COND2
Condition 2 Selection In specific functions, two rates can be set up, and switched with the switch (SW1) simultaneously during a run. If this function is activated, SW1 is used only for this function, and it becomes impossible to use it for other functions automatically. When the switch (SW1) is operated, Condition 2 on/off state changes by turn. When this function is turned on, the beep sounds and the pilot lamp blinks.
-When the condition 2 function is turned ON thereafter, the 4WS function is forcefully turned OFF.
Related functions: Steering speed Steering EXP Throttle EXP ABS return amount Brake mixing rate Programmable mixing Steering D/R Throttle ATL

Condition 2 selection

1 Use the (+) or (-) buttons to select the on/off state. 2 When ending selection, turn off the power switch before use. LED Mode Selection / LED-MD
You can select your desired brightness of the pilot lamp. (Four steps)

Calling the setup screen

LED mode (Min.)L-1 ~ L-4(Max.)

LED mode selection

1 Use the (+) or (-) buttons to select the brightness of the pilot lamp. 2 When ending selection, turn off the power switch once before use.
1. Turn on the power switch while pressing "SEL" key.

Adjuster / ADJ

Steering wheel and throttle trigger neutral position and operating angle correction can be applied. However, when correction is applied, the set values of all the setting functions must be reconfirmed.
Steering wheel and throttle trigger adjustment (Preparation) -Select the desired channel setup item and make the following adjustments. Steering wheel:
1 (Neutral position correction)
Hold the steering wheel to the neutral position and when the (+) and (-) buttons are pressed simultaneously, the neutral position is corrected.
2 (Operating angle correction)
Turn the steering wheel fully to the left and right, and press the (+) and (-) buttons simultaneously. Throttle trigger:
Hold the throttle trigger to the neutral position and when the (+) and (-) buttons are pressed simultaneously, the neutral position is corrected.

 

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