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P J Hearne25/02/2020 18:43:50
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How difficult is it to programme a Spektrum 6ch AS3X Sport Rx

SPMAR636
Am planning on getting an FMS Kingfisher and want the AS3X control for it but it has to be programmed has anyone had any expirience of this procedur, if you could throw some light on the subject I would be most gratefull.
Denis Watkins25/02/2020 19:52:37
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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

https://www.modelflying.co.uk/forums/searchresults.asp?Search=AS3X

Edited By Denis Watkins on 25/02/2020 19:54:47

Colin Carpenter26/02/2020 13:10:27
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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

BackinBlack26/02/2020 13:34:25
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+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

Ian

Brian Dorricott 126/02/2020 17:15:16
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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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