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Old Jun 15, 2012, 06:26 PM
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They look a lot like what they used on the DX18
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Old Jun 17, 2012, 02:39 AM
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Well I found out today that if you save your model memory into the sim card that when you import it to the active list that you have to re-bind it. That totally sucks man. Even though it's better than reprogramming the whole plan, it's still a bitc#....!!!!!!!!!!! As one of the planes takes up all the slots on the RX and they're a real bitc# to unplug and plug in again. Guess that will remain one of the active ones. Oh well.... better than no option, but would have been so easy for them to change this simple thing with an amateur programmer doing the code for this TX. Maybe it could be a simple download to address this issue??? I'm sure it could, but the Q? is will it be done?????? SO easy to do!!!! So Do IT Please!!!????????????

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Old Jun 17, 2012, 03:13 AM
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If you import it to the same memory position(number) that you exported it from
the bind information should remain intact.
Old Jun 17, 2012, 03:28 AM
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That may be true,,but my brain can't keep track of all that.

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Old Jun 17, 2012, 03:47 AM
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One feature of the DX7s is being able to transfer model memories from one radio to another. Say you share one of your setup files with a buddy to use as a guide in order to help him with programming his plane. If he turns on his transmitter with that model memory and the bind is saved in it then he could accidentally interfere or take control of your plane. By not saving the bind settings it ensures that a receiver is only bound to a single radio at any given time.
Old Jun 17, 2012, 06:18 AM
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Each Spektrum radio has a unique code that only your radio has, and transfered to your rcvr. One in a million has that code, so not much chance that there will be interference.

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Old Jun 17, 2012, 08:54 AM
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That may be true,,but my brain can't keep track of all that.

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It doesn't have to. The first two digits of the filename are the model number.

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Old Jun 17, 2012, 08:56 AM
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Each Spektrum radio has a unique code that only your radio has, and transfered to your rcvr. One in a million has that code, so not much chance that there will be interference..
No, it's one in 4,294,967,295. Even though we've made a LOT of radios, we haven't quite crossed the 32-bit boundary...

...Yet.

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Old Jun 17, 2012, 10:14 AM
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Well I found out today that if you save your model memory into the sim card that when you import it to the active list that you have to re-bind it. That totally sucks man. Even though it's better than reprogramming the whole plan, it's still a bitc#....!!!!!!!!!!! As one of the planes takes up all the slots on the RX and they're a real bitc# to unplug and plug in again. Guess that will remain one of the active ones. Oh well.... better than no option, but would have been so easy for them to change this simple thing with an amateur programmer doing the code for this TX. Maybe it could be a simple download to address this issue??? I'm sure it could, but the Q? is will it be done?????? SO easy to do!!!! So Do IT Please!!!????????????

Garry K.

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If you use a Switch Harness to connect your RX battery to your Rx, you can use a 3 wire DSC type Switch Harness and Bind through the Charging Jack. If you do not use a Switch Harness, you can connect a Y Harness to the Bind Port and run an extension to the side of the fuselage. Either way, it is easy to Bind quickly without unplugging anything from the Rx.
Old Jun 17, 2012, 01:21 PM
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OK,,, I'll figure this out some how. So long as I use the same model number memory as before, the original binding will survive the transfer?
Does this mean that if I export a model to the same model memory slot that it could control the receiver that was previously bound to that memory slot also?
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Old Jun 17, 2012, 01:53 PM
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OK,,, I'll figure this out some how. So long as I use the same model number memory as before, the original binding will survive the transfer?
Does this mean that if I export a model to the same model memory slot that it could control the receiver that was previously bound to that memory slot also?
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When you bind a model, you arent actualy doing anything on the transmitter end, You are simply teaching the reciver the GUID of the transmitter. Since each slot has a different GUID, keeping the model in the same slot should keep your bind.

I say should because I only have a DX7 so cant actualy test that, The only problem I can see is if the DX7S is like the DX7 in that it defaults to either DSM2 or DSMX and the reciver you are using is the opposite. A DX7 defaults to DSM mode when you initate a bind. If you are binding it to a DSM2 reciver, the reciver actualy tells the transmitter that, and it will transmit in DSM2 mode. Later if you accidentally initiate a bind on the transmitter (somehow hold the bind button on power up) without realising it, since the reciver isnt in bind mode it cant tell the transmitter its in DSM2, so the transmitter defaults to DSM..... So even though the reciver still has the right GUID, the transmitter is transmitting in a language the reciver cannot understand.... It was kind of a problem for people using transmitter trays back in the day, so hopefully spektrum has figured out how to do it without requiring the input from the reciver as to weather its DSM2 or DSMX.....
Old Jun 18, 2012, 09:10 AM
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When you bind a model, you arent actualy doing anything on the transmitter end, You are simply teaching the reciver the GUID of the transmitter.
Not true. The transmitter also learns the type of receiver so it can talk to it properly.

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Old Jun 18, 2012, 09:45 AM
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Remember, receiver talk back to the radio during binding.

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Old Jun 18, 2012, 05:36 PM
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Anybody figure out how to adjust the neck strap that came with the DX7S? My 1st strap & it doesn't make any sense, e.g. one of the buckles is on a single strap & just slides up & down?!? The other buckle seems to have all the straps jammed into it. Thanks.

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Not true. The transmitter also learns the type of receiver so it can talk to it properly.

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Ah thats too bad, with all the hubub that caused with DSM/DSM2, I would have thought spektrum would find away around that.... Which one does it default too? I know my DX7 defaults to DSM, so if I initiate a bind on the TX and not the reciver, my DX7 will still work with my AR6000, but not my AR500, since it defaults to DSM until it hears back from a DSM2 reciver.....

EDIT - 4-29-2013 - I have learned that a DSMX tarnsmitter doesnt "default" to either DSMx or DSM2. It stays on whatever protocal it was last bound on.... If you have 2 DSM2 recivers bound to one slot, then you bind a DSMX reciver, the DSM2 recivers will stop working. If you then bind a third DSM2 reciver to the same slot, the first two DSM2 recivers will work again, but the DSMX reciver will stop working, becuase it was taught on binding to listed for DSMX, so isnt listening for DSM2......
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