This is the Mode 2 Helicopter Version Futaba 10CG Transmitter and R6014HS 14-ch Receiver with the 2.4GHz FASST system. No Servos Included This version is Mode 2 **For European Standard Mode 1 order FUTK9258** This heli version will default to helicopter settings, with mode 2 stick operation when powered up and has a non-ratcheted throttle stick. Power Supply: 9.6V NT8S700B NiCd battery Receiver; Receiving Frequency: 2.4GHz Power Requirement: 4.8 - 6V Current Drain: 70mA Size: 2.06 x 1.48 x 0.63 ... Read more
Part Number: FUTK9256
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channels when in the high speed mode, the servo will not function properly. Additionally, while many peripheral devices will operate in either the high speed or normal mode, some will not. If there are any difficulties noted, please return the reciver's operational mode to the "Normal" mode to determine If using the R6008HS in the high speed mode, analog servos may be used for channels seven and eight. If using the R6014HS in the high speed mode, analog servos may be used for channels seven to 12 and for DG1 and DG2. (For Operation Mode Selection, see p.20)
The following additional accessories are available from your dealer. Refer to a Futaba catalog for more information: CAMPac Memory module - the optional DP-128K CAMPac increases your model storage capability (to 48 models from any other model of transmitter (i.e. 8U, 9Z, etc). However, CAMPac transmitter. See p.17 for the conversion method. Insertion of a CAMPac containing data of a different transmitter type (ex: 9Z) will result in a complete CAMPac data reset and loss of all data. NT8S Transmitter battery pack - the (700mAh) transmitter Ni-Cd battery pack may be easily exchanged with a fresh one
on a separate transmitter. Note that the 10CG transmitter may be connected to another 10CG system, as well as to many other models of Futaba transmitters. The 10CG transmitter uses the newer micro plug (rectangular type) cord plug. Both new-to-new and new-to-round plug style trainer cords are available.
precision, since your hands wont need to support the transmitters weight. Y-harnesses, servo extensions, etc - Genuine Futaba extensions and Y-harnesses, including a heavy-duty version with heavier wire, are available to aid in your larger model and other installations.
is designed to work with 4.8V (Ni-Cd 4 cells) or 6.0V (Ni-Cd 5 cells or alkaline 4 cells). Using a 6.0V pack increases the
Gyros - a variety of genuine Futaba gyros are available for your aircraft or helicopter needs. See p.73 for aircraft or p. 107 for helicopter gyro information. Governor (GV1) - for helicopter use. Automatically adjusts throttle servo position to maintain a constant head speed regardless of blade pitch, load, weather, etc. See p. 108 for details. Receivers - various models of receivers may be purchased for use in other models. (See p. 8.)
TRANSMITTER CONTROLS - AIRPLANE
CAMPac or Dust Cap VR(B) CH8 Knob Antenna Carrying Handle VR(C) Spoiler/CH7 Control
This knob is disabled if aileron differential is activated.
VR(A) Flap Trim Control
This controls CH6, and if flaperon mixing is activated controls the flap.
SW(B) Rudder Dual Rate Switch / CH9 SW(A) Elevator Dual Rate Switch / CH10 SW(F) Snap Roll or Trainer Switch SW(E) Landing Gear Switch /CH5 VR(D) Rudder /Throttle Stick Power LED* Throttle Trim Lever Rudder Trim Lever MODE Key
SW(C) Elevator - Flap Mixing or Airbrake Mixing Switch
SW(D) Aileron Dual Rate Switch SW(H) SW(G)
Elevator /Aileron Stick RF LED** Elevator Trim Lever Aileron Trim Lever Cursor Lever
Dial END Key
(for optional neckstrap)
(Up position: ON)
You can change many of the switch positions or functions by selecting a new position within the setting menu for the function you wish to move. (Example: move aileron dual rates to switch C to create triple rates. See p. 42 for details.)
* Power LED blinks to indicate if any mix switches are activated. ** RF LED is blue when the transmission link is solid and the radio is transmitting properly.
TRANSMITTER CONTROLS - HELI
CAMPac or Dust Cap Antenna VR(A) Hovering - Pitch Knob VR(B) CH8 Knob Carrying Handle VR(C) Hovering - Throttle Knob/CH7 SW(C) Governor Switch
SW(B) Rudder Dual Rate Switch/CH9 SW(A) Elevator Dual Rate Switch/CH10 SW(F) Idle-up 3 Switch SW(E) Idle-up 1&2 Switch VR(D) Throttle/Collective Pitch & Rudder Stick Power LED* Throttle/Collective Trim Lever Rudder Trim Lever MODE Key
SW(D) Aileron Dual Rate Switch SW(H) Trainer Switch SW(G) Throttle - Hold Switch High-pitch Lever VR(E) Elevator /Aileron Stick RF LED** Elevator Trim Lever Aileron Trim Lever Cursor Lever
Trainer function connector
Charging jack Battery connector location
NT8S Ni-Cd battery pack
NOTE: If you need to remove or replace the transmitter battery, do not pull on its wires to remove it. Instead, gently pull on the the transmitter.
SWITCH ASSIGNMENT TABLE The factory default functions activated by the switches and knobs for a 10CAG Mode 2 transmitter are shown below. Most 10CG functions may be reassigned to non-default positions quickly and easily. Basic control assignments of channels 5-10 are quickly adjustable in AUX-CH (see p. 46). For example, the channel 5 servo, which defaults to SWITCH E for retract use, can easily be unassigned (NULL) to allow for easy use as a second rudder servo in a mix, or to a slider or dial for bomb door or other control. Note that most functions need to be activated in the programming to operate. 10CAG Mode 1, 10CHG, and 10CG transmitter functions are similar but reverse certain switch commands. Always check that you have the desired switch assignment for each function during set up. Switch/Knob A or H SWITCH A Airplane (ACRO) elevator dual rate ch10 Sailplane/Glider (GLID) elevator dual rate Helicopter (HELI) elevator dual rate ch10 rudder dual rate ch9 governor
Stick tip A
Locking piece B
Stick lever tension adjustment
Mode 2 transmitter with rear cover removed.
to remove the rear case of the transmitter. First, remove the battery cover on the rear of the transmitter. Next, unplug the battery wire, and remove the battery from the transmitter. Next, using a screwdriver, remove the four screws that hold the transmitters rear cover in position, and put them in a safe place. Gently ease off the transmitters rear cover. Now youll
Using a small Phillips screwdriver, rotate the adjusting screw for each stick for the desired spring tension. The tension increases when the adjusting screw is turned clockwise.
reinstall and tighten the four screws. Reinstall the battery and cover.
Adjusting Display Contrast: To adjust the display contrast, from the home menu press and hold the END BUTTON. Turn the DIAL while still holding the END BUTTON: clockwise to brighten counterclockwise to darken the display Let go off the DIAL and the END BUTTON.
Changing Modes (TX SETTING): Hold down MODE and END keys while turning on the transmitter to enter the TX SETTING menu. Stick Mode: The screen reads "STK-MODE". Use the DIAL to change this to the correct mode. Note that this will NOT change the throttle and elevator rachets, etc. Those are mechanical changes that must be done by a service center. Throttle Reverse: THR-REV is a special function that reverses the entire throttle control, including moving the trim functionality to the sticks upper half. To use THR-REV, CURSOR DOWN to THR-REV and turn the DIAL to REV. Turn the transmitter off and back on. This change affects all models in the radio. (GLID only): The separate THR-REV settings for each model can be set. (See p.33) Display language: can be selected the display language of the function name, etc. in each function menu. The screen reads "LANGUAGE". Change this to the desired language. Area Selection (Frequency Range): The T10CG transmitter has been designed to function in many countries. If you will be utilizing this transmitter in a country other than France, please make sure that TM10-MODE is set to "GENERAL". If, however, this transmitter will be utilized in France, it must be set to "FRANCE".
Power Down mode (TM10 POWER MODE): We have installed a special "Power Down Mode" for doing a ground range check. Hold down DIAL while turning on the transmitter to call TM10 POWER MODE menu.
Power Down Mode: To activate the "Power Down Mode" press DIAL and the home screen will appear. During this mode, the RF power is reduced so the range test can be performed. In addition, when this mode is activated the blue LED on the front of the transmitter starts blinking and the transmitter gives users a warning with a beep sound every 3 seconds. The "Power Down Mode" continues for 90 seconds and after that the power will return to the normal level. To exit the "Power Down Mode" before the 90 seconds, press DIAL again. This mode is available one time only so if you need to reuse this function the transmitter power must be cycled and the "Power Down Mode" reset. NEVER "Power Down Mode" is active. Power Off Mode: To use the RF power off mode, CURSOR DOWN to OFF and press DIAL. During this mode, the RF power is turned off. The blue LED on the front of the transmitter is turned off.
Fasten about 5-10cm from the servo outlet so that the lead wire is neat.
Slack in the lead wire.
IMPORTANT: Since the 2.4GHz have different characteristics than that of the conventional 27MHz and 72MHz frequencies, please read this section carefully to maximize your enjoyment of the 2.4GHz system.
Coaxial cable Antenna from the standard Futaba receiver. These receivers incorporate two separate antennas into their design which enables them *Must be kept as straight as possible. to receive the radio frequency transmission at two different locations. Futaba's dual antenna diversity then seamlessly selects the best signal reception between these antennas to ensure that there is no loss of signal. To obtain the best results of the diversity function, please refer to the following instructions:
1. The two antennas must be kept as straight as possible. Otherwise it will reduce the effective range. 2. The two antennas should be placed at 90 degrees to each other. away from each other as much as possible. Larger models can have large metal objects that can attenuate the RF signal.In this case the antennas should be placed at both sides of the model. Then the best 3. The antennas must be kept away from conductive materials, such as metal, carbon and fuel tank by at least a half inch. The coaxial part of the antennas does not need to follow these guidelines, but do not bend it in a tight radius. 4. Keep the antennas away from the motor, ESC, and other noise sources as much as possible.
*The two antennas should be placed at 90 degrees to each other. *The main purpose of the photo demonstrates how the antenna should be placed.
and temperature extremes. For protection, wrap the receiver in foam rubber or other vibration-absorbing materials. It is also a good idea to waterproof the receiver by placing it in a plastic bag and securing the open end of the bag with a rubber band before wrapping it with foam rubber. If you accidentally get moisture or fuel inside the receiver, you may experience intermittent operation or a crash. If in doubt, return the receiver to our service center for service.
LOW BATTERY ERROR: Warning sound: Continuous beep until transmitter is powered off. The LOW BATTERY warning is displayed when the transmitter battery voltage drops below 8.5V.
Land your model as soon as possible before loss of control due to a dead battery.
MIXER ALERT WARNING: Warning sound: 5 Beeps (repeated until problem resolved or overridden) The MIXER ALERT warning is displayed to alert you whenever you turn on the transmitter with any of the mixing switches active. This warning will disappear when the offending switch or control is deactivated. Switches for which warnings will be issued at power-up are listed below: :Throttle cut, idle-down, snap roll, airbrake GLID ACRO HELI:Throttle cut, throttle hold, idle-up If turning a switch OFF does not stop the mixing warning: When the warning does not stop even when the mixing switch indicated by the warning display on the screen is turned off, the functions described previously probably use the same switch and the OFF direction setting is reversed. In short, one of the mixings described above is not in the OFF state. In this case, reset the warning display by pressing CURSOR LEVER. Next, change one of the switch settings of the duplicated mixings. BACKUP ERROR: Warning sound: 4 beeps (repeated continuously) The BACKUP ERROR warning occurs when the transmitter memory is lost for any reason. If this occurs, all of the data will be reset when the power is turned on again. [Note] At this warning display, the transmitter transmits in 2.4G-10CH mode even if the set-up mode is 2.4G-7CH mode. Do not fly when this message is displayed: all programming has been erased and is not available. Return your transmitter to Futaba for service.
MEMORY MODULE INITIALIZE DISPLAY This warning appears when an (optional) CAMPac MODE BUTTON is pressed, initialization of the module begins, after which the memory module can be used. Once the module is initialized, the display will not appear again. The 10C CANNOT convert data from other radio types (i.e. 8U, 9Z). Installation of a CAMPac with data from another radio type will result in reinitialization of the CAMPac and loss of all data. RF ERROR: Warning sound: A single long beep. The single beep lets you know that the RF output has stopped for any reason. The blue RF light also goes out. Return your transmitter to Futaba for service.
to EXP. ELEVATOR STICK. ELEVATOR STICK. to set. to set.
GOALS of EXAMPLE
STEPS INPUTS for EXAMPLE Set the second (low) rate throws and A to down position. exponential. C to D/R. Repeat steps above to set low rate. Optional: change dual rate switch C to SW. to G or E. assignment. Ex: elevator to switch G or E to center position. G (10CAG) or E (10CHG) with 3 Repeat steps above to set 3rd rate. positions.
(Other functions you may wish to set up for your model.) TRAINER p. 47. Elevator-to-flap, Rudder-to-aileron, flap-to-elevator, and other programmable mixes p. 68. Retractable Gear, Flaps on a Switch, Smoke systems, kill switches, and other auxiliary channel setups. p. 46.
MODEL submenu: includes three functions that manage model memory: MODEL SELECT, MODELCOPY and MODELNAME. Since these functions are all related, and are all basic features used with most models, they are together in the MODEL submenu of the BASIC menu. MODEL SELECT: This function selects which of the 15 model memories in the transmitter (or 33 in the optional CAMPacthe model's name and an image of its type are indicated after its number. (Each model memory may be a different model type from the other memories.) Note: If you are using the optional CAMPac-16K, your choices in MODEL SELECT and MODEL COPY will include 16-33, which are the model memories in the CAMPac. You do not have to COPY from the CAMPac to the transmitter prior to working with that model. T10CG/T10C CAMPac data compatibility The CAMPac data saved from a T10CG or conventional T10C transmitter can be used directly by a T10CG and T10C transmitter. As for the data of functions added by the T10CG: (T10C data -> T10CG): an initial value is set up at this time. (T10CG data -> T10C): the function doesn't work regardless of the data. T9C/T9CS CAMPac data conversion Although the CAMPac transmitter cannot be used directly, it is possible to use it by the following method. Copying the information to the model memory of a T10C transmitter. When using the CAMPac, the information will be displayed. For example, as "01<-Pac 01." Press DIAL for 1 second in this state and the check display of "Are you sure?" will appear. Press DIAL again, the data of CAMPac will be copied to model number"01" of the T10CG transmitter. As for the data of the function added by T10CG, In addition, refer to p.17 for the initializing method of the CAMPac. NOTE: When you choose a new model in the MODEL SELECT function, if the new model is set to a different modulation, you must cycle the transmitter power to change screen to remind you. Please note: You are still transmitting on the other modulation until you affect this change. GOAL: Select Model #3. STEPS: INPUTS: for 1 second. (If ADVANCE, Open BASIC menu, then open MODEL submenu. C if required to MODEL. NOTE: This is one of several to 3. functions for which the radio requires Choose Model #3. for 1 second. Are you sure? displays. Close. Confirm proper modulation of new If 2.4G model memory. Where next? NAME the model: see p. 32. Change MODEL TYPE (aircraft, heli, glider): see p. 34. Change modulation (2.4G-10CH or 2.4G-7CH): see p. 35. Utilize servo REVERSE: see p. 38. Adjust END POINTs: see p. 39. Set up IDLE-DOWN and THR-CUT for throttle management: see p. 40, 41. 30
GOAL of EXAMPLE: STEPS: INPUTS: Turn on the TRAINER system and set up Open BASICmenu, then open TRAINER again.) for 1 second. (If ADVANCE, so student has: fully functional control function. to page 2. C to TRAINER. of aileron and elevator to support to OFF. FL APERON a n d AILEVATOR ; n o r m a l Activate TRAINER. control of rudder to allow lowered Choose desired channel(s) and proper C past AIL and ELE (default OK). travel; and no throttle channel control training type(s). C to THR, to OFF. (with the instructor for safety). C to RUD, to NORM. Close. Where next? Reset trims on student 10CG: see p. 48. 47 D/R,EXP) on student 10CG: see p.42.
TRIM submenu: resets and adjust effectiveness of digital trims. The 10CG has digital trims which are different from conventional mechanical trim sliders. Each TRIM LEVER is actually a two-directional switch. Each time the TRIM LEVER is pressed, the trim is changed a selected amount. When you hold the TRIM LEVER, the trim speed increases. The current trim position is graphically displayed on the start up screen. The TRIM submenu includes two functions that are used to manage the trim options. HELI models only: OFFSET is available in the idle ups. If OFFSET is inhibited, adjustment of the TRIM LEVERS will adjust OFFSET is active, then moving the trims within any one condition will effect only that condition. See OFFSET, p. 102. Trim reset (RESET): electronically centers the trims to their default values. Note that the SUB-TRIM settings and the trim STEP rate are not reset by this command. GOAL of EXAMPLE: STEPS: INPUTS: Reset trims to neutral after having Open BASIC menu, then open TRIM for 1 second. (If ADVANCE, submenu. adjusted all linkages. C to TRIM. NOTE: This is one of several. for 1 second. functions for which the radio requires Request Beep sounds. Close. Where next? Adjust SUB-TRIMs: see p. 49. Adjust trim rate (STEP): see below. Adjust END POINTs: see p. 39. D/R,EXP): see p. 42. Trim step (STEP): changes the rate at which the trim moves when the TRIM LEVER is activated. It may be set from 1 to 40 units, depending on the characteristics of the aircraft. Most ordinary aircraft do well at about 2 to 10 units. Generally
GOAL of EXAMPLE: STEPS: INPUTS: Double the sensitivity (larger step) of Open TRIM submenu and choose the again.) for 1 second. (If ADVANCE, the AILERON TRIM LEVERS for STEP you wish to change. (Ex: aileron) C to TRIM. a first flight of an aerobatic model to C Adjust the size of the step. to AILE. to 8. (Ex: incr. to 8) C Repeat as desired for other channels. to ELEV. to new setting. Repeat as needed. Close. Where next? Adjust sub trims: see p. 49. Adjust END POINTs: see p. 39. D/R,EXP): see p. 42.
to THR-CURVE. to MIX. to ON. to desired
to point 1 (-out-). throttle servo position.
to desired switch.
to point 3 (-stk-). to desired curve point to move to left or right. to point 3 ( -stk- ). for one second to delete the curve point.
to point 3 ( -stk- ). second to return.
LINEAR PROGRAMMABLE MIXES (PROG.MIX1-4): Your 10CG contains four separate linear programmable mixes. (Note that mixer #5-8s mixing RATEs are set with a 5-point curve. HELI has mixer #5-6's mixing. see CURVE MIXES, p. 71.) There are a variety of reasons you might want to use these mixes. A few are listed here. All of the adjustable parameters are listed below, but dont let them default mixes, adjust them how you think they need to be, then use the servo screen to check and see if you were correct. As with all functions, a sample setup follows, step by step, to assist you.
Sample reasons to use linear programmable mixes: To correct bad tendencies of the aircraft (such as rolling in response to rudder input). To operate 2 or more servos for a single axis (such as two rudder servos).
response to more throttle application, but only when the smoke switch is active). or throttle-assisted rudder turns, also with a twin). Adjustability: Defaults: The 4 programmable mixes default to the most frequently used mixes for simplicity. If you want to use one of these mixes, simply select that mix number so that the master and slave servos are already selected for you. PROG.MIX1 aileron-to-rudder for coordinated turns PROG.MIX2 HELI mixes default to elev-to-pitch.) PROG.MIX3 HELI mixes default to pitch-to-elev.) PROG.MIX4 throttle-to-rudder ground handling compensation Channels available to mix: All four mixes may use any combination of CH1-8. (CH9-10 are not proportional and cannot be mixed.) Offset and dials may also be set to the master channels. (see below.) Master: the controlling channel. The channel whose movement is followed by the slave channel. Another channel: Most mixes follow a control channel. (Ex: rudder-to-ailerons, 25%, no switch, corrects roll coupling.) MASTER SLAVE LINK TRIM SWITCH POSITION RATE OFFSET ANY RUDD AILE ON OFF NULL 25% 0 Offset as master: To create an OFFSET throw when SWITCH C is in down position.) MASTER SLAVE LINK TRIM SWITCH POSITION RATE OFFSET OFST FLAP ON C DOWN 20% 0 Dial as master: To directly effect one servos position by moving a dial, set the master as the desired dial. (Ex: create a second throttle trim on left slider.) MASTER SLAVE LINK TRIM SWITCH POSITION RATE OFFSET ANY VR(D) THRO OFF NULL 5% 0 Slave: the controlled channel. The channel that is moved automatically in response to the movement of the master channel. The second channel in a mixs name (i.e. aileron-to-rudder). Link: link this programmable mix with other mixes. Ex: PMIX FLAP-ELEVATOR LINK, 68
THROTTLE STICK to desired point. (Note that point 3 is 0%. Otherwise,the elevator would be retrimmed when the for 1 second to set. mix is active and no rudder input is Optional: set switch position to NULL. C to POSI. to NULL. given.) Makes mix active at all times. Not compatible with STk-THR. Set desired percent at the stick points. to page 1. (Ex: listed at left.) C to POINT-1. to 25%. Repeat for points 2-5. Close menu. Where next? Adjust servo END POINTs: see p. 39. Set up AILEVATOR: see p. 57. Set up linear programmable mixes, ex: RUDDER-to-Aux2(twin rudder servos):see p. 68, or additional curve mix, ex: RUDDER-AILERON: see p. 71. View numerous mix setups: www.futaba-rc.com\faq\
GYA gyro mixing GYA series gyros: GYA series gyros are a high performance, compact, and light weight AVCS gyro developed for model airplane. Integrated sensor and control circuit make it easy to mount. GYA350: for airplane aileron, elevator, or rudder. GYA351: for airplane ailerons, especially two servos such as when using FLAPERON. GYA352: for airplane aileron, elevator, or rudder control. Two of these surfaces (axis) can be controlled by GYA352. GYA series gyro operation modes: The GYA gyros have two operations modes: AVCS mode and Normal mode. Normal mode: This mode performs general proportional control operation. For instance, it controls the gyro so that changes are countered when the attitude of the aircraft is changed by cross-wind, etc. AVCS mode: This mode performs both proportional and integrated control operation. The difference between Normal mode and AVCS mode operation is that whereas the Normal mode only counters changes in attitude, the AVCS mode returns to the original controlled variable simultaneously with countering changes in attitude. For example, during knife input is performed automatically by the gyro. Adjustability: Plug the gyro's sensitivity adjustment to channel 5, 7, or 8 of the receiver. (selectable) Full switch assignability (SWITCH A-H) Each rate setting may be set from 0 to NOR100% or AVC100% gain. NOR: Normal mode gain. AVC: AVCS mode gain Larger percentages indicate more gain, or gyro responsiveness. MIX-1,2: Two surfaces' sensitivity can be adjusted independently. Gyro gain adjustment: When the servo hunts, the gyro gain is too high. Lower the gain until the hunting stops. repeatedly. Precautions: When taking off and landing, always switch to the Normal mode. Taking off and landing in the AVCS mode is dangerous. We recommend that you use the rudder control gyro in the Normal mode. In the AVCS mode, rudder operation is necessary when turning because the weathervane effect is lost. Use the gyro in the Normal mode unless you are an expert in rudder operation. And we recommend that you also set to off (0%) mode for safety as follows. GOAL of EXAMPLE: STEPS: INPUTS: Set up a GYA gyro setting. (Ex: MIX-1) Open and activate the GYRO SENSE for 1 second. (If BASIC, function. C to GYRO SENSE. Activate the function. Optional: change switch assignment. Ex: select E. Adjust gyro rates as needed. (Ex: UP to NOR70%, CNTR to 0% (off), DOWN to AVC70% as starting points.)
GETTING STARTED WITH A BASIC HELICOPTER This guideline is intended to help you set up a basic (H-1) heli, to get acquainted with the radio, to give you a jump start on using your new radio, and to give you some ideas and direction on how to do even more with this powerful system than you may have already considered. It follows our basic format of all programming pagesa big picture overview of what we're trying to accomplish; a by name description of the steps to help acquaint you with the radio; and then a step-bystep instruction to leave out the mystery and challenge of setting up your model.
Aileron: changes cyclic lateral (roll). Rolls the helicopter. Tilts the swashplate to the left or right. CH1. Elevator: changes cyclic pitch. Changes the helicopters angle of attack (nose up or nose down). Tilts the entire swashplate fore and aft. CH2. Rudder: changes the angle of the tail rotor. Yaws the helicopter left or right. CH4. Collective Pitch: adjusts main rotor collective [angle of the paddles], changing the main blades pitch. Increased collective pitch (with throttle) causes the helicopter to rise. Moves in conjunction with throttle on the THROTTLE STICK. CH6. THROTTLE STICK. CH3. Throttle: REVO: mix that adds rudder in conjunction with pitch. This helps compensate for rotation of the helicopter caused by the
GOAL of EXAMPLE: Prepare your helicopter.
STEPS: INPUTS: Install all servos, switches, receiver per your model's instructions. Set all trims, dials and sliders to neutral. horn to the ball link for proper geometry and that no slop is present. Mechanically adjust all linkages to get as close as possible to proper control throws and minimize binding prior to radio set up.
Select the proper MODEL TYPE for your In the BASIC menu, open the PARAMETER Turn on the transmitter. submenu. model. Ex: HELI (H-1). See p. 93. for 1 second. (If ADVANCE,
then C to highlight PARAMETER. [NOTE: This is one of several functions for which the radio requires to choose PARAMETER. confirmation to make a change. Only C to TYPE. critical changes require additional key Go to MODEL TYPE. strokes to accept the change.] Select proper MODEL TYPE. to HELICOPTER. for 1 second. Ex: HELI ( H-1 ). Confirm the change. Are you sure? displays. (If the correct model type was already Close PARAMETER. C displayed, be sure to do a model reset to to SWASH. discard any unwanted settings.) to H-1. for 1 second. Are you sure? displays. to return to BASIC menu. Then, NAME the model. P. 32. In the BASIC menu, open the MODEL submenu.
(You do not need to do anything to Go to MODEL NAME. save or store this data.) Input aircraft's name. Close the MODEL submenu when done.
(First character of model'sname is highlighted.)
When proper character is displayed,
GOAL of EXAMPLE: STEPS: INPUTS: C Reverse servos as needed for proper In the BASIC menu, open REVERSE. to REVERSE. control operation. Ex: LEFT RUDDER to choose REVERSE. STICK results in leading edge of tail rotor blades moving left. Reverse to Choose desired servo and reverse its C to CH4:RUDD. direction of travel. (Ex: reverse rudder operate properly. P. 38. so REV is highlighted. servo.) Are you sure? Displays. for 1 second. Repeat as needed. to return to BASIC menu. Adjust Travels as needed to match In the BASIC menu, choose END POINT. model's recommended throws (usually listed as high rates).P. 39. Adjust the servos end points. (Ex: elevator servo) Return to BASIC menu.
to END POINT. to choose END POINT. to ELEV. ELEVATOR STICK. until up travel is as desired. ELEVATOR STICK. until down travel is as desired.
Repeat as needed. Activate THR-CUT. P. 98. Open THROTTLE-CUT function. Activate the function. Choose desired switch and position to activate.
to THROTTLE-CUT. to choose THR-CUT. to MIX to SW. to POSI. to OFF. to C. to DOWN.
With THROTTLE STICK at idle, adjust the rate until the engine consistently shuts off, but throttle linkage is not binding.1 Close. Set up throttle curve for normal. (Usually Open the THR-CURV/NOR function. changes will not need to be made prior Adjust if needed. Close the function.
C to down position. THROTTLE STICK.
until shuts off.
to THR-CURV/NOR. to 5%.
to 1 >.
to next point.
C Set up collective pitch curve for normal Open the PIT-CURV/NOR function. to PIT-CURV/NOR. Adjust each point to match desired to 8%. C to next point. center of +5,end of +8 to +10 degrees of 8%.) Repeat. blade pitch for aerobatics.2 (If just learning Close the function.
Set up revo. mixing for normal. (For Open the REVO./NOR function. heading-hold gyros, inhibit revo.) P. 97. Adjust to your desired starting point. (Ex: 10%.) Close the function.
to SWASH AFR. to PITC. to -23%.
Throttle Mixing (THROTTLE MIX): This function can be set for each flight condition, and is used to correct the tendency of the model to change altitude when the rotor is tilted by aileron, elevator, and rudder controls.
GOAL of EXAMPLE: STEPS: Correct the tendency of the model to Open THROTTLE MIX function. change altitude.
to 2nd page of ADVANCE menu. to THROTTLE MIX. to MIX to ON. to 10%. to IDL1 (AIL to TH)
Activate the function. Adjust the rate. Ex: IDL1 (AIL to TH) 10% Repeat as needed. Close the menu. Where next? HI/LOW-PIT : see p. 105. GOVERNOR set up: see p. 108.
Swash Ring (SWASH RING This function limits the swash travel to prevent damaging the swash linkage by simultaneous operation of the ailerons and elevators. It is effective in 3D aerobatics which use a large amount of travel.
Swash travel by simultaneous operation of the ailerons and elevators is limited within the circle(SWASH RING rate).
Adjustability: Initial value: 100%. Adjustment range: 0 to 200%.
Elevator operation Aileron operation
GOAL of EXAMPLE: STEPS: To prevent damaging the swash linkage Open SWASH RING function. by simultaneous operation of the ailerons and elevators, set the limit point where swash throw stops. Activate the function. *Adjust the rate at the maximum swash tilt by simultaneous operation of the Adjust the rate. Ex: 90% ailerons and elevators Close the menu. 96
to 2nd page of ADVANCE menu. to SWASH RING. to MIX to RATE to ON. to 90%.
Setting up the Normal Flight Condition: the blades. This keeps the engine from bogging down under excessive load (like trying to accelerate a car on a steep hill
Note that the normal throttle, pitch and revo curves are all available in the BASIC menu for simplicity. These may also be updated later in the ADVANCE menu with the settings for the other 4 conditions [idle-up 1 (IDL1), idle-up 2 (IDL2) and idleup 3 (IDL3), plus throttle hold (HOLD)]. Note: The throttle and pitch curves for the normal condition are always on. They cannot be inhibited. The other four conditions are activated with their throttle curves or throttle hold. For idle-ups, see p. 90. For throttle hold, see p. 99.
THR-CURV/NOR: inputs the normal (NORM) throttle curve, which is usually not a linear response to THROTTLE STICK motion. Adjusting point 4 of the curve adjusts the engines RPM at the THROTTLE STICK midpoint, the desired position for hovering. The other 6 points are then adjusted to create the desired idle and maximum engine speed, and a smooth transition in-between. For more on throttle curves, see p. 101. PIT-CURV/NOR: inputs the normal (NORM) collective pitch curve, the collective pitch curve for flight near hover. The normal collective pitch curve is adjusted to match the throttle curve, providing the best vertical performance at a constant engine speed, with a starting curve of -4 base, +5 neutral, and +8 to +10 degrees of blade pitch maximum*. You can program the response over a 7-point curve for the best collective pitch angles relative to THROTTLE STICK movement. For more on collective pitch curves, see p. 101. REVO./NORM: mixes collective pitch commands to the rudder (a PITCH-RUDDER mix) to suppress the torque generated by changes in the main rotor's collective pitch angle, keeping the model from yawing when throttle is applied. REVO. is AVCS gyros. NOTE: There are three revo. mixes available: normal (NORM IDL1/2), and idle-up 3 (IDL3). All 3 are adjustable in the ADVANCE revo, including default points for clockwise and counter clockwise rotating rotors, see p. 101.
the bottom in a hurry.
GOAL of EXAMPLE: STEPS: Set up Normal Flight Condition Open the THR-CURV/NOR function. Throttle/Collective Pitch Curves and 5%.) Revo. Base point: Adjust base point of throttle curve until engine idles reliably on the Open the PIT-CURV/NOR function. ground. Adjust base point of collective 8%.) pitch curve to achieve -4 degrees of blade pitch. Apply throttle until the Open the REVO. /NORM function. model sits light on its skids. Adjust 4%.) base point of REVO. until model does not rotate its nose at all. Hover point: Adjust collective pitch Adjust THR-CURV/NOR. curve to +5 degrees. Ease heli into a Adjust PIT-CURV/NOR. throttle curves and rudder trim. Repeat until model hovers smoothly at half REVO. points 2 and 3 until the model does not rotate its nose up on throttle application. High point: Adjust collective pitch Adjust THR-CURV/NOR. curve to +8 to +10 degrees. From hover, Adjust PIT-CURV/NOR. throttle up rapidly. If engine bogs, Adjust REVO. /NORM. increase the throttle curve. If engine over-revs, increase the collective pitch curve at points 6 or 7. Apply full throttle while hovering, then descend back to a hover. Adjust REVO. until the nose does not change heading. Where next? Adjust REVO. /NORM.
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Offer available only to residents of the U.S.A. and Canada, and is good only on new items purchased from June 22, 2009 through July 31, 2009. Used, auction, auction web site and scratch & dent purchases do not qualify for offer. Items are subject to availability. Offer good only for as long as supplies last. Offer request forms are available only on this web site. Submissions must be postmarked no later than August 31, 2009 and must include these 3 items: 1) the completed form; 2) the original proofs-of-purchase from the boxes, and; 3) your original cash register receipt or invoice. This is a manufacturer offer, and is not available direct from the retailer. It is available only to individuals and cannot be combined with any other offer. Requests from retailers, groups or organizations will not be honored. Duplicate submissions or submissions containing combined offers will be discarded. Merchandise certicates good only at original place of purchase, and only for products manufactured by: AquaCraft Models, Constructo, Coverite, DuraPlane, DuraTrax, Dynaite, ElectriFly, FlightPower, FlyZone, Fuji-Imvac, Futaba, Globee, Goldberg, Great Planes, Heli-Max, Hobbico, Kontronik, Mind Crafts, MuchMore Racing, Model Maker, ODonnell Racing, O.S. Engines, Professor Big Brain, SuperTigre, Team Checkpoint, Top Flite, Tre, U.S. AirCore, VS Tank or X-Cell Furion products made by Miniature Aircraft. Limit one request per household for each gyro & heli radio purchased. Offer void where restricted by law. We reserve the right to change or cancel the promotion at any time. Allow four to six weeks for processing.
This is the Mode 2 Helicopter Version Futaba 10CG Transmitter and R6014HS 14-ch Receiver with the 2.4GHz FASST system. No Servos Included This version is Mode 2 **For European Standard Mode 1 order FUTK9258** This heli version will default to helicopter settings, with mode 2 stick operation when powered up and has a non-ratcheted throttle stick. Power Supply: 9.6V NT8S700B NiCd battery Receiver; Receiving Frequency: 2.4GHz Power Requirement: 4.8 - 6V Current Drain: 70mA Size: 2.06 x 1.48 x 0.63 (52.3 x 37.5 x 16.0mm) Weight: 0.72oz (20.8g) COMMENTS: This radio is available in the following default modes; Air Mode 2, FUTK9255 Heli Mode 2, FUTK9256 Air Mode 1, FUTK9257 Heli Mode 1, FUTK9258
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