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e-sky transmitter problem

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hi all, i have a serious problem with my transmitter that ive just bought.

Its a 6 channel E-sky ET transmitter znd all channels activate every servo and not a servo for each channel as if the transmitter is transmitting the same constant signal for every stick.

 

Anyone know what the problem could be.

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nevermind, ive found the problem, its a heli transmitter and has channel mixing switches below the battery compartment and ive figured out how to use them lol

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I've seen this happen to a lot of people :D

 

You can't even use these type of TX with RC simulator :(

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luckily, this 1 has a trainer port on the back and ive done some digging online and you can setup the simulator for the tx, you just have to be careful with how u do it, ive also been told that there is a program that i can download that attatches to the simulator that automatically configures the setting to recieve the tx :)

 

Once ive managed to figure it out and get proper internet, ill post how you do it if you all wish :)

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I think the majority of people use Futaba or Spektrum ;)

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very true there arun but as i bought the controller for £20 with a plane that cost £30 in a package deal, i thought why not especailly as the trainer interface is there and more importantly, the throttle and rudder is on the left rather than the right as my old 1 is.

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You can't even use these type of TX with RC simulator :(

 

Well, I guess that depends on the Simulator.

 

For some time I used a dedicated CCPM mix only Heli Tx with Phoenix, actually a cheap one that came with a JP Twister CP, not even switchable out as per the ESky, as that Simulator has built in de-mixing software to cope. Others might too, I don't know, not come across it.

 

 

I think the majority of people use Futaba or Spektrum ;)

 

NOW who's trying to be controversial..................... :lol::lol:

 

Which simulator are we talking about here? FMS? Clearview? etc.

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I think the majority of people use Futaba or Spektrum ;)

 

A flippant comment in the breeze ;)

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ill be using realflight (i think thats what its called or atleast real something lol) but phoenix has the settings on its support section of its website and i was gunna buy a 2.4ghz tx but it didnt come with a rx and i dont have a clue how to setup a tx and rx together so bought this 1 instead.

 

As for the mixing switches, took me 4 hours to figure them out and to answer a previous question, no, not all esky tx has the switches but either way it was a major pain in the arse

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