ZFT-6 2.4G transmitter + Receiver 6 channel remote control
n1: Color: Silver
n2: Application: fixed wing, car, boat
n3: Band: 2.400GHz-2.483GHz
n4: Transmitting power: ?100mW
n5: Operating Current: ? 120mA:
n6: Coding method: PCM1024
n7: Fine Tuning Mode: Electronic Fine Tuning Mode
n8: Dynamic range of rocker 80%—120%
n9: Power Supply: 4.8V-6.0V (4 AA batteries)
n10: Mix Control Mode: Delta Wing Mixing Mode and V-tail Mixing Mode
n11: Reverse switch: 1 channel aileron, 2 channel elevator, 3 channel throttle, 4 channel direction
n12: Support for fixed-wing retractable landing gear and banned wings
n13: low voltage prompt: battery voltage <8.4V, power indication 500MS display 1
n14: Modulation mode: Use FHSS mode that conforms to European standards
n1: Band: 2.400GHz-2.483GHz:
n2: Fast recovery signal
n3: out of control protection function:
n4: Straight line distance above ground: more than 800 meters
n5 : Decoding method: PPM/PCMS 1024
n6 : Power Supply: 4.8-6V
n7 : Size: 45 x 25 x 10 (mm)
n8 : Weight: 9.6g
nThe following is a quick and easy procedure for remote control transmitters and receivers for the McKay MC6A 2.4GHz:
n1. Turn off transmitter and receiver power.
n2. Connect the black “pair” plug to the receiver’s “ID” connector
n3. Connect the ESC signal cable to the third channel of the receiver and then connect the ESC to the battery.
n4. At this point, it should be noted that the receiver LED will have a blinking green light.
n5. Turn the transmitter throttle stick to the lowest position and turn on the transmitter.
n6. When the receiver’s green LED goes out, the receiver is now ready to go.
n7. Remove the mating plug from the receiver.
n8. Aileron servos, elevator servos and rudder servos are connected to the receiver according to your model aircraft instruction manual.
n9. Finally, make sure your transmitter can fully control the bound receiver and check that each channel is normal.
n10. If the test fails, repeat the entire process.