Rx43d-v511 - Programming


PRODUCT: Rx43d-2LS

1. PROGRAMMING APPROACH:

Settings in the Rx can be changed using a standard Tx. One output or feature (ie: one row in the table) is programmed at a time. Levels 1-2 usually select the output and Levels 3-5 change its characteristics.


2. PROGRAMMING OPTIONS:

Level 1
'H', 'F', 'P' or 'Other'
Level 2
Output number
Level 3
Output type
Level 4
Channel number
Level 5
Other choices
Information
1 flash = 'H' outputs 1-4 flashes = H1-4 1 flash = 'Half stick' control
(center off)
1-7 flash = Channel 1-7 Minimum power:
1 flash = 0%
2 flash = 10%
3 flash = 20%
4 flash = 30%
5 flash = 40%
6 flash = 50%
7 flash = 60%
1/2 stick forward, 1/2 stick back, middle off
Set 'Arming' position to 'middle'

2 flash = 'F' outputs 1-2 flash = F1-2 1 flash = Normal (low off) 1-7 flash = Channel 1-7 Low stick 0%, full stick 100%

2 flash = 'F' outputs 1 flash = F1 2 flash = 2 channel mix
1-7 flash = 1st Ch 1-7 1 flash = 0% mix
2 flash = 12.5% mix
3 flash = 25% mix
4 flash = 50% mix
5 flash = 100% mix
F1/F2 used as a pair
2 flash = 'F' outputs 2 flash = F2 2 flash = 2 channel mix
1-7 flash = 2nd Ch 1-7 F1/F2 used as a pair

2 flash = 'F' outputs 1 flash = F1
2 flash = F2
3 flash = Muscle wire /
2-coil actuator /
2 switches /
ADD1
1-7 flash = Channel 1-7 F1/F2 used as a pair for steering; or
Left stick gives Switch action on F1 (eg: light)
Right stick gives Switch action on F2 (eg: light)

3 flash = 'P' outputs 1-8 flash = P1-8 1 flash = Servo 1-7 flash = Channel 1-7 1-8 servos

3 flash = 'P' outputs 1-8 flash = P1-8 2 flash = On/Off led 1-7 flash = Channel 1-7 1 flash = 'high' stick >2s on/off
2 flash = 'high' stick <1s on/off
3 flash = 'low' stick >2s on/off
4 flash = 'low' stick <1s on/off
Not available

3 flash = 'P' outputs 1-8 flash = P1-8 3 flash = On/Off led 1-7 flash = Channel 1-7 1 flash = 'low' stick on
2 flash = 'high' stick on
1 channel controls 1-2 outputs
'Center' = off

3 flash = 'P' outputs 1-8 flash = P1-8 4 flash = Brake or Reverse led 1-7 flash = Activating Ch
1 flash = Brake
2 flash = Reverse
1 channel controls 2 outputs

3 flash = 'P' outputs 1-8 flash = P1-8 5 flash = Left indicator led
6 flash = Right indicator led
7 flash = Flashing led (0.5s)
1-7 flash = Activating Ch 1-7 flash = Steering Ch 1-7 Not available

3 flash = 'P' outputs 1-8 flash = P1-8 8 flash = Limit switch
(input to control H output)
1-4 flash = H output
1 flash = Low side of H
2 flash = High side of H

('High side' means
the channel controlling
the H output is 'high')
One 'P' can inhibit one side of an H output
Two 'P' can inhibit both sides of an H output

eg: 3,5,8,2,0 = P5 controls Low side of H2
eg: 3,6,8,2,1 = P6 controls High side of H2

'P' needs external switch or hall sensor
H is active when 'P' is high
H is disabled when 'P' is low (0v)

P1 and P2 need external pullup (eg: 10k)
P3-P8 have internal pullups
Any 'P' can be used to control any H

4 flash = Other 1 flash = Arming & LVC 1 flash = Arming: Disabled
2 flash = Arming: Low stick
3 flash = Arming: Middle stick
1-7 flash = Arming Ch 1-7 1 flash = LVC Disabled
2 flash = LVC Enabled

4 flash = Other 2 flash = LED2 & PWM 1 flash = LED2 Disabled
2 flash = LED2 Enabled
1-8 flash = LED2 Pad P1-8 1 flash = 12Hz PWM
2 flash = 60Hz
3 flash = 130Hz
4 flash = 300Hz
5 flash = 700Hz
LED2: use a Pad that is driving any Led
LED2: 'disable' if all outputs are servos

12-700Hz frequency for H and F outputs

4 flash = Other 3 flash = Selecta 1 flash = Disabled
2 flash = Enabled
1-7 flash = Controlling Ch Ch position learned during binding
Outputs 'hold' when not selected

4 flash = Other 4 flash = 'H' and 'P' outputs 1 flash = 1x H + 8x P
2 flash = 2x H + 6x P
3 flash = 3x H + 4x P
4 flash = 4x H + 2x P
'H' outputs are used for motors and actuators
'P' outputs are used for servos and leds
May need 'ADD1' for some H outputs

4 flash = Other 5 flash = Save as backup 1 flash = No save
2 flash = SAVE
Replace 'backup' with current settings
(this cannot be undone)

4 flash = Other 6 flash = Reset 1 flash = No reset
2 flash = No reset
3 flash = RESET
Restore backup



3. PROGRAMMING WITH STANDARD TRANSMITTER:


Channels

Channels

Step 3

Step 4

Steps 5-9

Options are organised into menus usually relating to a type of output.
Level 1 and 2 usually select the output number (eg: 2-flash for 'P' then 4-flash for 'P4').
You select a row in the table above and make up to 5 choices, one for each level.

Invoke programming mode:
1. Switch Transmitter on.
2. Ch3 (Elevator) should be normal, not reversed.
3. Hold left/right sticks (Ch2/4) in towards middle of Tx (use rubber band if necessary).
4. Switch Receiver on and wait for the Led to flicker very fast.
5. Center all sticks.

Make choices:
6. The led flashes the setting for the first 'Level' (eg: 1-flash = Motor output 'H').
7. Yes = push the Ch3 (Elevator) stick forward (to top of Tx) to accept this option and advance to next Level.
8. No = pull the Ch3 (Elevator) stick back (to bottom of Tx) to see next option for same Level.
9. Continue through all Levels until Led comes on solid.

Settings are saved automatically at the end so switch off at any time to abort.
Say 'yes' to every item to just see what is currently set.

Changing 'P2' from Ch4 to Ch5.
Level 1: 3-flash = P
Level 2: 2-flash = P2
Level 3: 1-flash = Servo
Level 4: 5-flash = Ch5


4. DX3:

1. Use full 'brake' to make receiver enter programming mode on startup.
2. Use 3-position Aux channel to make yes/no choices.

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