Using smaller Rx on Eurgle/turnigy 9x
I have my new Eurgle (generation 3) 9channel
and thanks to help from the group now have it binding and working fine .
If I were to make a model that required less channels , then I believe from
what I read on this forum that I can use say a 3 or 6 channel receiver but this
of course will only allow me to use the first 3 or 6 channels on my Tx
My question is do I, have to use a Eurgle Rx ( same make as Tx) or are there other makes of receiver that will work with my transmitter .
I'm using these two Hobbyking receivers with my Flysky. They will work on the Turningy. Also, if you use your turnigy on a simulator, you can get an extra 6ch receiver, cut a bind plug, connect the output wires from the siim cable to wires on the bind plug, and plug it into the bat plug and use it as a wireless interface. You will need to add power to the reciever. I did this by taking a servo plug, and connecting it to a usb plug and getting power from my computer. Although I have to plug the power into the receiver and power on the tx before I plug the sim cable, because the receiver goes into bind mode if I power it on with the sim plugged in.
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