|Feb 16, 2007, 03:30 PM|
Joined Sep 2006
How does the Spektrum bind plug work? I lost mine.
I've lost my Spektrum DX6 bind plug.
I have two AR6000 receivers that I need to bind.
Can anyone tell me how the bind plug works so I can make another? Is it just a wire connecting the - pin to the signal pin on the BAT port? That's what I gathered it was from pictures... but I'd like to be sure.
Thanks in advance.
|Feb 16, 2007, 03:40 PM|
It connects the negative pin to the Signal pin in the bat port. You can get a new bind plug with a new receiver at least the AR 6100 has the bind plug in the package.
Most guys keep the bind plug in the transmitter battery compartment.
John F. Clarke
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