|Jan 15, 2014, 11:57 PM|
How do the battery fail safe receiver work?
Hello smart people,
I ordered a FlySky FS-T6 2.4ghz Tx, that comes with the receiver that has a low voltage indicator or a (battery fail safe), which i have a question.
Where or how does that works? Is there like an special cable that you connect from the battery to the receiver? Or do i need to get that cable apart?
|Jan 16, 2014, 12:20 AM|
There is no "Fail safe" on FlySky receivers(with no voltage the Rx&servos just stop working!). But the Tx sound an alarm if the Tx batt. voltage get too low,you can download the pdf manual from the FlySky web site:
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