Javier Yes just what Sharkey9 said, BUT how do you sent it. Well this receiver has a built in fail safe. So, in this case you set it on the receiver. Set you RC up. Once you have it all working place you Tx into the position you want the receiver, to put the servos and ESC into when SIGNAL is LOST. Then use the little pin that come with the bind plug to set the receiver. (Ok make sure you test it) (How? when you have power to your Model turn your Tx off) (If, Plane! Make sure prop is off)
Javier, como este receptor esta orientado al uso de autos, que llevan ESC con reversa, normalmente la posicion de reposo del motor no es el 0% de señ*al sino el 30% o 50%. Si un receptor pierde señ*al, automá*ticamente corta los pulsos a los servos, o los lleva al 0%. En un avió*n o heli eso corta el motor, pero en un auto lo puede llevar al 100% en reversa! asi que tras encender el radio y el ESC, colocas el acelerador en neutro y la direccion recta, y pulsas el boton de failsafe. Y eso es todo. Si arrancas el auto sin tener el radio encendido, o si pierdes señ*al de radio, el auto en lugar de salir disparado con el motor al tope en reversa, se detendrá*. Suerte!
Why Can't get a 2nd receiver to bind to the GTX3. The GTX3 came already boung to the receiver it came with. i switched models on the GTX3 to model 2 then attempted to bind to a 2nd receiver and it seems to bind but when I shut off the RX power tale out the bind plug and power on it is flashing again and is not bound.
ESC is ok* you only need to provide power to the Rx and that's what the ESC does. In fact, that happened to me powering the Rx with a small ESC. Check you haven't pluged the ESC reversed. Looks like the PPM signal has enough power to bring down to ground the negative pin, but just there, so Rx flashes in bursts of current. Again, this happened in the 6ch Rx, I didn't try it in this one, but it's a posibility...
Chithari this receiver is meant for Surface Models Only. I have used it in short range Park Flyers. Just under stand the range is LIMITED. The best I have proven (With my Turigy9XV2) is 200m. It does have a great "Fail Safe" built in the receiver. So if you set that up and loose connection then you plane has a chance!
Bram so the led stops flashing when you bind. Then you power down and remove your bind plug before you power up again. When you turn every thing on the led on the receiver (when trying it out), does it come on? What transmitter are you using? Please reply if you still more help.
Bind process: Tx OFF. Rx OFF. Plug in bind connector. Switch Rx ON (blinking LED). Press bind button on Tx and switch Tx ON - keep pressing the button and watch the Rx LED until it stops blinking - can take up to 5 seconds. Release bind button on Tx and remove bind plug from Rx. Switch both off and you're done. THEN do the test.
The second file (4515kb) is the manual for the FS-GT3B Radio. Which also contains the manual for this receiver - how to bind, how to set failsafe, specifications etc. There is no single manual just for the receiver.
Brandin Yes I see ""Only HK-T6Av2 receiver is compatible with the HK-T4Av2 transmitter." But that tramsmitter will bind with this receive PRODUCT ID: HK-GT2_RX and the Truigy9XV2 receiver. As long as they are the V2 they will bind with this receiver.
Chops3 you have been around for a while? Have you not. This receiver is meant for surface models. I have had some fun in low range part flyers. Any way this receiver binds to Hobby King 2.4Ghz 4Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2 & 1) (SKU: HK-T4A-M2 & M1) and Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitter w/ Module & 8ch Receiver (Mode 2 & 1) (v2 Firmware) and Hobby King GT-2 2.4Ghz 2Ch Tx & Rx (AUS Warehouse)
SKU: HK-GT2 ONLY
what is the 120mm tube you get with this rx for, do you need to use it. Im going to put this rx on a small parkflyer i have and i am not sure if i need this tube,it fits over the antenner wire i think?
You're right, tube is used to route wire outside your car or boat. It's usefull in RC boats, where Rx is normally located very close to the water line and you need to be sure the antenna cable is out and up in the air. If your parkflyer is made of foam or plastic you don't need the tube. One of my planes is made of foam and receiver is buried inside, no problemas at all.
That car comes without radio, you need the Rx and the Tx. This is just the Rx. If you have a Tx, it will work if it's compatible. This Rx in particular is ok for cars, I've used it in cars and small foam planes.
Nice compact rx. Runs fine off a 4.8V ni-cd pack. Binds easily with the GT2 transmitter, although I did feel I needed an extra hand to press the bind button while powering on the tx. All is good and works great! Will buy 2 more to kit out my entire "fleet".
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Seems to be identical to other brands like FlySky, ... I've tested it successfully w/ a GT-3 Tx, available elsewhere (equipped w/ the actual v3 tx-module).
I have two of these little buggers already and have now ordered two more. The Rx is basically made for car/boats, but can under certain circumstances be used for small planes on a small field and no bystanders (only one antenna). The antenna is 26mm as stated in the RX specs. but the cord is totally 180mm, which makes it easy get the antenna position right. Right price too. Now we are waiting for HK GT-3!!!!
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I have found that the HK GT2 works well I compared it with a 3 channel eurgle receiver they both have about the same range or apox 290 metre I would not take it pass this as they both lost signal at 300 metres and i found the HK GT2 slightly better so at the price I think they are pretty good value for small park flyers.I paid about $8 for the Eurgle from R2 hobbys,will be getting more soon.