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Old Nov 29, 2012, 04:55 AM
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Originally Posted by hoghead5150 View Post
it really depends on the transmitter. you might list the brand and model of the transmitter you have.

most computer transmitters now have model memory. you can usually find this information in the manual for the transmitter. this will tell you how many "models" the radio can store inside it. for example, my transmitter has 8 model memory. so i can bind it to 8 different receivers. so if i want to fly my eflite apprentice, i go into the transmitters menu and select apprentice. then i can fly that plane. if i want to fly my parkzone albatros, i go into the transmitters menu and select albatros.
The model memory makes no difference to how many Rx's you can bind to a Tx ... you can bind a 1000 if you want ... it doesn't care.

My 9x with 8 memories currently has 13 Rx's bound to it. This also means that you can have more than one Rx in a big model to cut down length of leads etc.

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