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14 Feb 2020 16:14:59
Hi there. Im new. Having problems with my tarot landing gear. Its plugged into ch7 on futaba receiver. When i flick switch on transmitter i can hear a faint click on both legs but no movement. My flight controller is a mini px4 with no aux out terminals.
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All you wanted to know about transmitters..

Started by Jumpy07, Thursday,December 12, 2013, 11:40:06

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Excellent video from Flitetest about transmitters for beginners..

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Thursday,December 12, 2013, 12:37:44 #1 Last Edit: Thursday,December 12, 2013, 12:48:36 by DarrellW
Seen it earlier on Flite test, it is very well presented and informative for the beginner / newbie.  ~~  ~~  ~~
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My apology if this posted in the wrong location.

I purchased a FlySky FS-6i mainly to start learning on one of the many simulators on the market (please chime in with your best sim recommendations). I also purchased a Hubsan X4 H107L (don';t need the Camera until I upgrade to the eachine Wizard and go full FPV). The hubsan will be perfect to help me get back into the hand eye coordination thing. You see, years ago I flew 1/4 Scale fixed wing and .60 class Xcel helicopters. I could even hover and fly around inverted but that was years ago. I also have my PPL SEL. What I don';t know, is how I will adapt to the quads. FPV is what attracted me so time will tell.

My question, since I purchased the FlySky for sim and ultimately control a future FPV, is it possible to bind it to the little Hubsan so I can use only one Transmitter? If not, do you know if a similar quad that can be bound to it so I can start my training?