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Hobby King 2.4Ghz 4Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2)

Hobby King 2.4Ghz 4Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2)
Hobby King 2.4Ghz 4Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2) Hobby King 2.4Ghz 4Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2)
Brand: HobbyKing
Product Code: HK-T4A-M2
Availability: 2014-03-28
Out of Stock
      

HobbyKing 2.4Ghz 4Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2)(THROTTLE ON THE LEFT)

Hobbykings T4A 2.4ghz system is an entry level transmitter offering the reliability of 2.4Ghz signal technology and a receiver.

The T4A makes a good backup transmitter or a take anywhere unit. Drop it, scratch it, leave it in the car and forget about it. This is what the T4A is all about.
Not suitable for the multi flapperon, mixer, vtail, FPV, robot controlling hobbyist.
 
Key Features;
4-channel 2.4GHz transmitter with servo reversing.
Easy to use control for basic models.
Includes 6-channel receiver 
Trainer system option.
This system does not need a PC to program servo direction.

Included;
1 x 2.4Ghz transmitter
1 x 2.4Ghz Receiver
1 x Bind Plug.

Note: 
Only HK-T6A receiver is comptible with HK-T4A transmitter.
Only HK-T6Av2 receiver is compatible with the HK-T4Av2 transmitter.
 
More info on RCGroups.

Instructions as these radios do not have manuals:

Here are the details of the Rx and the way that you need to plug it in:

BAT - Used for the bind plug and from the receiver battery or BEC from the ESC
CH6 - not used
CH5 - not used
CH4 - Rudder
CH3 - Elevator
CH2 - Aileron
CH1 - Throttle

Cable direction as viewed from the top with the writing on the left:

Negative - on the far right, closest to the edge
Positive - in the middle
Signal - closest to the writing on the label

To bind the Rx to the Tx:

Plug the bind jumper loop into the BAT channel. The cable connects the signal to the ground.
Plug the power to the Rx into an unused channel - e.g CH5.
Confirm that the little RED LED is blinking. It is located to the left of CH6 on the label.
If it is not blinking, then check that the Rx has power with a voltmeter and that it does have +5V.

Press the Bind button on the Tx and switch it on.

The Rx LED will flash faster and then go solid.

Power the Tx off. Power the Rx off. Remove the bind plug.

Plug in a servo. Switch on the Tx and then switch on the Rx. The LED should be solid - I think.
Confirm that the servo is working.

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Description

HobbyKing 2.4Ghz 4Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2)(THROTTLE ON THE LEFT)

Hobbykings T4A 2.4ghz system is an entry level transmitter offering the reliability of 2.4Ghz signal technology and a receiver.

The T4A makes a good backup transmitter or a take anywhere unit. Drop it, scratch it, leave it in the car and forget about it. This is what the T4A is all about.
Not suitable for the multi flapperon, mixer, vtail, FPV, robot controlling hobbyist.
 
Key Features;
4-channel 2.4GHz transmitter with servo reversing.
Easy to use control for basic models.
Includes 6-channel receiver 
Trainer system option.
This system does not need a PC to program servo direction.

Included;
1 x 2.4Ghz transmitter
1 x 2.4Ghz Receiver
1 x Bind Plug.

Note: 
Only HK-T6A receiver is comptible with HK-T4A transmitter.
Only HK-T6Av2 receiver is compatible with the HK-T4Av2 transmitter.
 
More info on RCGroups.

Instructions as these radios do not have manuals:

Here are the details of the Rx and the way that you need to plug it in:

BAT - Used for the bind plug and from the receiver battery or BEC from the ESC
CH6 - not used
CH5 - not used
CH4 - Rudder
CH3 - Elevator
CH2 - Aileron
CH1 - Throttle

Cable direction as viewed from the top with the writing on the left:

Negative - on the far right, closest to the edge
Positive - in the middle
Signal - closest to the writing on the label

To bind the Rx to the Tx:

Plug the bind jumper loop into the BAT channel. The cable connects the signal to the ground.
Plug the power to the Rx into an unused channel - e.g CH5.
Confirm that the little RED LED is blinking. It is located to the left of CH6 on the label.
If it is not blinking, then check that the Rx has power with a voltmeter and that it does have +5V.

Press the Bind button on the Tx and switch it on.

The Rx LED will flash faster and then go solid.

Power the Tx off. Power the Rx off. Remove the bind plug.

Plug in a servo. Switch on the Tx and then switch on the Rx. The LED should be solid - I think.
Confirm that the servo is working.

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