Skill Level programming rx
|P J Hearne||25/02/2020 18:43:50|
|13 forum posts|
How difficult is it to programme a Spektrum 6ch AS3X Sport Rx
|Denis Watkins||25/02/2020 19:52:37|
|4189 forum posts|
PJ, this is covered somewhere on this site and requires a cable
Also, this is from Spektrum
In order to activate AS3X technology in a Spektrum AS3X receiver (AR636, AR6335, AR7350 & AR9359), you must program the receiver using the AS3X mobile programming application. Until AS3X is activated, the receiver will operate as a standard DSMX aircraft receiver and will not provide electronic stabilization enhancements. For more information on programming a Spektrum AS3X receiver (AR636, AR6335, AR7350 & AR9359), please visit www.SpektrumRC.com/AS3X
Look in here too
Edited By Denis Watkins on 25/02/2020 19:54:47
|Colin Carpenter||26/02/2020 13:10:27|
|622 forum posts|
If you haven't spent out yet have a look at the Lemonrx stabilised Rx !Cheaper and no programming required ! Only tiny pot adjuster. Colin
|113 forum posts|
+1 for the Lemon Rxs. Cheaper and just as good as the Spektrum Rxs. Choice of stabilisation modes and amount of stabilisation applied can be controlled from Transmitter (providing you have a spare channel available).
See Lemon Rx manual
|Brian Dorricott 1||26/02/2020 17:15:16|
|94 forum posts|
I have been dabbling with the AR636 and AR636a receivers using the USB prog lead and Spectrum downloaded software , and if you watch in conjunction with the series of You Tube videos it will click eventually .
If you have a spare channel you can have setting off, setting 1, setting 2 on a 3 way switch . If you want you can set the rate gains from the transmitter to find the right level of stabilisation then program it permanently in.
To give an example I was given a Eflite P51 foamy that has all six channels in use but uses the flap channel in dual mode giving
Mode 1 full flap and 90% stabilisation rate
Mode 2 take off flap 80% stabilisation rate
Mode 3 normal mode 40% stabilisation rate . These are all fixed but can be made variable using the transmitter.
I found it a bit difficult to find any actual settings because it's a bit suck and see for every plane it's different . The stabilisation settings are for pitch,yaw,roll but you can change those on the tx . Just make sure you can switch it off i.e. zero rate gain just in case . I have not mentioned the heading gain as you need to master the rate gains first . Got any questions I'll try and answer , I'm no expert but it's usually easy to work out .
Try the You Tube guides first they are quite good but need watching a few times to click - enjoy .
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