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Quick Links. Download this manual. Prior to use, please read this manual thoroughly. Keep this manual in a convenient place for quick. Table of Contents. Keep this manual in a convenient place for quick and easy reference. This is a highly functional product with outstanding operability that concentrates the essence of the technology built up by this company through long experience.

In order to make full use of these features and safely enjoy your RC activities, please carefully read this operation manual. Page 3: Introduction Introduction General Precautions for Safety It is very important to ensure that you observe the following precautions. About the Proportional System Indications and Symbols relating to Safety Please understand that this company cannot be The following symbols stated in this manual indicate the precautions regarding possible danger which may occur responsible for any accident or failure that may caused by improper handling.

Page 6: Preparation Preparation Model Type Sticker Stick Head Adjustment Rotate the hollow set screw located at the tip of the stick head to unlock, and rotate the entire stick to adjust to the desired length. Important In JR transmitters, each switch and lever is given a name rather than a number.

These names and positions will be different depending on the model type. When radio reception is stopped: Red. During charging: Magenta. Absolutely do not leave the battery connected as it is to the power source.

Normal charging cannot be carried out using other AC adapters. Further, do not use this AC adapter for charging other products. Page Receiver Connection Preparation Receiver Connection Concerning the connection and incorporation of the servos and the power source In JR receivers, the channels for connecting servos are given names rather than numbers. From this point onward in the manual the receiver channels are described using their names, so be careful of this when reading the manual.

At the time of setting, almost all operations can be done by the dial intuitively. Basic operation for the dial is rotating to the right or left, and pressing click.

When you wish to return to the Initial INFO screen from the Telemetry screen, rotating the dial to the left returns to the Initial screen. Nothing will be displayed on the My List in the default condition. Page Navigation During Model Setting Screens Navigation during Model Setting When a new model has been created, or when the model type has been changed, the necessary basic setting screens will be automatically displayed in order.

By combining the control surface angles with the exponential settings, it will become Airplane possible to carry out each of the various independent settings so that the aircraft response can be changed. The angle adjustment is carried out referenced to the neutral position. Then press the dial to select the rotation direction. For operations at speeds slower than the set speed, the function will not operate.

This function should be considered as a speed limiter. The stick operations can be set to servo positions corresponding to a maximum of 5 point positions.

In addition, an EXPO exponential function is also incorporated to allow smooth connection of each of the points. This function adjusts the pitch action with regard to the throttle stick operation. It is also known as revolution mixing. It allows setting of the mixing amounts separately up and down from the hovering point. Intermediate points can also be established in each direction, so that setting can be freely carried out.

It has a function for adjusting the gyro sensitivity from the transmitter. Response is provided from a mode that allows setting of tail lock sensitivity to normal sensitivity using one channel to also support Dual Gain as Airplane employed in JR s G where setting is carried out using two channels.

This will allow settings to be made separately for each Flight Mode. This function is a mixing function for implementing a correction for this effect. It will allow recreation of the rotation speed correction carried out automatically by the governor. There is a Trim Memory function for cutting the engine using the Trim. Note that for airplanes, an Idle Adjust function is also incorporated that allows separate detailed setting of Airplane the idling position.

Using selected switches, the engine can be fixed at an optional slow position. Further, there is also a Stick Auto function that allows switching of the servo to the Hold position when the stick is lowered to an optional position. This swash mixing is for easily carrying out swash plate movement setting for helicopters that incorporate CCPM systems. To prevent this, it will be possible to set a time to each channel separately, during which the servo will move slowly to the servo position when switching the Flight Mode.

Delay is possible. Additionally, there is a func- tion that carries out mixing to the elevators. There is also an Auto Throttle function that automatically lowers the flaps when the throttle stick is lowered. There are four types of presets, and normally operation is carried out using the Snap switch. However, Stick switches are also incorporated that automatically enter a Snap Roll when the stick is operated by a fixed amount.

This allows maneuvering using only ailerons to minimize the generation of air resistance when you wish to speed up the roll rate.

Setting Method The mixing amounts from the elevators to the flaps can be set separately in the up and down directions. This is convenient for removing biases in knife-edge flying. In addition, a Trim Input switch that is convenient for making adjustments during flight can also be used. It will be possible to link the rudder operation using the aileron operation. In addition, in glider models a Brake func- tion is also provided that automatically releases this mixing by rudder and elevator operation.

Taking ailerons as an example, Glider in the case where the wing type is a high-lift style, when the ailerons are moved up and down by the same angle, air resistance will be generated on the underside, causing the aircraft to yaw in the If limit values are set to the angles, it will be possible to limit the movement of the servos above these values.

Using the Delay function, it will be possible to implement settings that move slowly as though made by stick operation. The function is also known as Butterfly mixing and Crow mixing. When the spoiler stick is lowered, the flaps will lower and the ailerons will be lifted, so that looking from the front of the aircraft this will appear as air brakes.

The aileron movement and flap movement amounts can be adjusted. Further, the changes in pitch caused by the flap movement can be corrected using the elevators. Adjustment of the wing root flaps and wing tip flaperons separately in the up and down directions is possible. This operation method is also known as drag rudder. According to the rudder operation, the left and right spoilers alternately operate. In the case where mixing is desired that is not Airplane provided in the transmitter, the mixing can be freely structured.

Each can be Airplane operated in Flight Modes and through free switch selection. Airplane Because all the mixing that has been incorporated in each model will be displayed regardless of whether it is set to INH or ACT, it will also be possible to discover unintentional setting mistakes.

For the model memories, up to 30 units can be freely registered as model types. The power will switch ON automatically. Following this, set each of the transmitter screens to the condition shown below, then carry out the transfer by pressing the FUNCTION key of the copy source transmitter.

Additionally, this screen will be automatically displayed when creating a new model. Select the name from the list of characters and numbers Airplane Setting Method Glider The Flight Mode name display is shown with two names, one long name and one short name, which are used in each of the screens, and each can be freely changed. The resolution of each Trim, the Trim type, the position replacement settings and whether separate use or common use is to be used in the Flight Mode can be set.

Using this function, customers can freely change the settings of the easy-to-use Trim. These must be set in each screen by selecting the adjusting location and carrying out the settings using the dial. This function allows adjustment of these numerical value settings using the desired trim.

The opera- tion switching is carried out using the trainer switches of the Master transmitter. As it will be particularly dangerous when the motive power is left running in an out-of-control Airplane situation, be certain to implement these settings. It is used when the operator does not wish to move the servos such as during adjustments.

This func- tion reverses these directions. In the case of gliders, normally up is set to spoiler closed and down is spoiler open. Enjoy operating the transmitter using your preferred style. After making the settings in this function, detailed settings should be made using Swash Mixing in the Function List.

In addition, the function can reduce the output for carrying out range checking. In this screen, it will be possible to display your desired Telemetry information together with the Timer and Flight Mode in a screen that customers can set so that it will be easy to use. Page 77 MEMO Page 90 MEMO Page When Required When Required Only when the product is faulty after normal operation within the warranty period, we will repair the product for free based on our regulations.

The repair will be paid for by the consumer when the damage is due to use in improper ways i. Print page 1 Print document 92 pages. Cancel Delete. Sign In OR. Don't have an account?

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