Aug 28, 2012, 10:34 AM
Originally Posted by JohnathanSwift View Post
It's a very, very fine radio. l use a voice module for continuous main battery monitoring-no need for a timer or for old eyes to look down! Now, some folks don't like the voice, or what it says, but I find it quite helpful!
i need to get a voice.... those timers are, tuff on the eyes!
i can just imagine looking down & losing the sailplane
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Aug 28, 2012, 10:44 AM
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It is very cheap, and has a nice oriental female voice, and you can change the announcement times.

I love it.
Aug 28, 2012, 10:52 AM
RC Flying Rules!

Question: I have the voice module and would like to do the same thing. How did you do it?
Did tap the battery voltage to the spc connector on the receiver?


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Aug 28, 2012, 11:00 AM
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Originally Posted by VRF201 View Post

Question: I have the voice module and would like to do the same thing. How did you do it?
Did tap the battery voltage to the spc connector on the receiver?


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Yes, that is the only telemetry I use: main to spc, and she'll be all over you like a cheap suit! If, like me, you have been married a long time, it will seem quite natural.
Aug 28, 2012, 11:11 AM
RC Flying Rules!
Thanks JohnathanSwift!

Love the response !

19 yrs for me and the misses.

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Aug 28, 2012, 11:38 AM
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Come back to me in 16 years.
Aug 28, 2012, 12:14 PM
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Thanks everyone. I guess I need to invest in a FMA charger. My Imax chargera requires both the balance tap and the power leads to be connected. My transmitter lipo (from RadicalRC) has the white hitec lead connector which will not connect to the Imax charger. I will only use the parkzone charger until I can get a better digital charger to replace the Imax one, such as an FMA.
My transmitter lipo is from and it is 2800mah and fits perfectly in the hitec aurora 9. It is made for the hitec aurora 9 and I believe it is the biggest battery available for this radio. Its price is 24 dollars plus 2 dollars for the hitec connector which comes pre-installed. This battery was recommended to me by a hitec rep.

Thanks guys.
Aug 28, 2012, 04:25 PM
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Originally Posted by SoarWest View Post
*** I have the first portion of the document written that describes how to program up a glider with a 2-servo wing, and a variable throttle control for the motor (both b-fly and throttle on J3). I thought it could be useful to include the text in a post. For easier reading the document is found here:
Thanks for this excellent information. It will probably be of a great help when I set up my electric Simprop Big Excel (4 servo wing) glider. I am using the Aurora 9 with only basic setup. Rx is Optima 9ch.

Regards, Agust
Aug 28, 2012, 04:37 PM
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Now I really wonder what I'm doing wrong with my flaps. A Pike Perfect with a 4 servo wing. I can set up the flaps to neutral using the endpoints or subtrims or both. The fully deflected flaps with the other endpoints. But how on earth do I get them move at the same rate? Somehow I always end up one of the flaps go down at a faster rate in the beginning and catch up later. Fiddling with the amount of H and L in the endpoint settings and compensating with the subtrim, I got it close, but still not really accurate. What is the correct method to do it? My understanding is that the linkages are fine, the flaps worked fine with a Graupner radio without any special settings.

Aug 28, 2012, 04:38 PM
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K8ZFJ and AGBjarn

I went out and tested the Glider configuration as documented and posted. Turning on and off the throttle as part of the flight condition works well and does enable the same stick to be used for both Throttle control in flying Configurations and then B-Fly/Crow control in Landing configuration. It worked even better than I expected, I had to do a "go around" at one point and turned off landing mode while some crow was still enabled and the power kicked right in! The throttle turned on, powered up and I did a circuit to get in a better position to land.

I'm quite pleased with the 2-servo wing setup as documented. The 4-servo wing with flaps still needs some additional testing which I'll get to and update the document as found here:

I'll try to figure out what is bothering Flyer Mika too.
Aug 28, 2012, 05:35 PM
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Im going to ask a silly question... but it is a question none the less lol.
2 servo wing aka 1 ail 1 flap. Is this what my radian pro is.
Because when I go through the radio setup for some reason I want to put 2ail 2 flap because technically I have 2 of each lol

Thanks for the clarification if this part of the setup is referring to one wing or the aircraft as a whole
Aug 28, 2012, 06:12 PM
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The I believe what you'd want with a radian pro is 2 ail, and 1 flap. So that the flaps are y-harnessed, and the ailerons aren't so you can set up crow.
Aug 28, 2012, 06:24 PM
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Thanks for the question. I will clarify the documents. In the instructions I wrote, by 2 servo wing I was referring to a 2-aileron wing with no flaps. In this case I used Spoilerons as a way to get the plane down (both deflect up) but still retain movement for control. In the menus it's setup in the B-Fly menu option.

I have to update the document to spell out all of the Flaps details for the 4-servo wing (2 ail + 2 flaps). Your wing if it has 3 servos (2 ail + 1 flap) will likely fit in there best.
Aug 28, 2012, 06:34 PM
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Sweet, thanks guys, i have it set up as 2 and 2 with my flaps operating independantly but together via assignment. but i think ill keep it this way as i like the ability to have flaperons. And Soar tge document is awesome. I now have it set up just the way i want as far as assingment and function... Now i just need to figure out the settings i need for good camber and reflex etc but i think ill focus more on flying in normal for now... Little differnt than my helis lol
Aug 29, 2012, 11:39 AM
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Originally Posted by blackorchad View Post
Is if possible for the fail safe to set the servo/motor to be on for only a certain period of time, rather than just on or off?

Imagine, when fail-safe occurs, there is no more a connection between your radio and the model, the fail-safe-positions of your servos (and motor) are pre-programmed in the receiver, if connection failed, this positions will be reached - and that's it.

What you want, would require an additional computer-chip holding this program inside of your receiver in order to switch the motor on and off.
As far as I know, no radio system offer this - right now.


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