Originally Posted by mutski
If you bind the Dx6i to your plane, then turn it off while leaving the airplane battery connected, it binds again almost instantly when you turn it back on. No need for a throttle hold for airplanes - just shut off the transmitter, do what you want to the plane and turn it back on. Easy, safe, doesn't require soldering.
Not so fast there my friend...
Depends on the receiver and ESC.
Some of my planes, turn of Xmitter and no issue.
One of my planes, turn off the Xmitter and the motor starts up.
The only way to ensure an electric motor doesn't bite you is to disconnect the power.