Posted by 62pilot |
Feb 21, 2010 @ 02:59 PM | 6,714 Views
From a post by Red Scholefield ,
A modeler was transferred to a new city and dropped into the hobby shop to inquire about the club situation in that area. He asked the hobby shop owner about the club and what kind of guys were in it. The shop owner asked him what the club was like where he came from. He replied that the club sucked, and the members were all know it all jerks, would not help anyone and the officers were a click and in total control without any thought of what the members wanted. The shop owner shrugged his shoulders and lamented that was probably what the guy would find in the local club.
A day later another modeler showed up and asked the same question to which the owner replied as before. The modeler said it was the saddest thing he had to do, to leave his old club. A great bunch, helpful and lifelong friends that he would keep in touch with. The club was well run and a pleasure to belong to. The store owner replied, "Well you are in luck, you will find our local club just the same."
Sometimes the success of the party depends greatly on what you bring to it.
-Set up by Throttle Stick:
Switch on the transmitter and check the
throttle stick is at Max position. Connect the main power pack and switch on BEC (for the controllers
with BEC). After a piece of music, you can follow the prompting sound to begin programming. When
hear a prompting sound (sound 3 times), move the throttle stick from high to low position quickly. You
should hear a beep, your setting is done. Move the stick back to Max position, waiting for the
prompting sound and repeat above steps for other settings. After your setting, keep the stick at lowest
position for 5 seconds, you will hear a piece of music. Now, you can begin flying.
1. Brake On: - - -
2. Brake Off: - - - - - -
3. NiCd / NiMh: .- .- .-
4. LiPo: .-- .-- .
5. Soft Start up: ..- ..- ..-
6. Hard Start up: ..- - ..- - ..- -
7. Soft Timing: - - -
8. Hard Timing: - - - - - -
9. Reset to Factory Setting: .... .... ....
The controllers are supplied with factory setting, Brake Off, Soft start up and Auto timing.
Note: when the first time of using the ESC, or when changing number of batteries, or when
changing battery type, the setting of Battery Type must be done every time.
Posted by 62pilot |
Jun 05, 2007 @ 03:19 PM | 7,860 Views
Heres some pics from our Spring fun fly. We had at least eight clubs from four states show up, with several pilots. This was held Sat. and Sun. June 2-3. Every thing from small electrics to 1/4 scale gassers flew all weekend.