The HK6S is an value for money, entry level 6 channel transmitter, ideal for many PNF & ARF Models that require 6ch operation. The HK6S has a retract switch and proportional flap dial in easy reach, the transmitter also features elevon and V-tail mixing and servo reversing.
Key Features: 6-channel 2.4GHz transmitter. Servo reversing function . Elevon and V-tail mixing available. Features build-in antenna. Easy to use control for basic models. FHSS 2.4ghz Technology Includes 6-channel receiver Mode 1 (THROTTLE ON THE RIGHT)
Included: 1 x 2.4Ghz transmitter 1 x 2.4Ghz Receiver 1 x Bind Plug.
Note: It is comptible with HK-6DF receiver.
*This transmitter is designed for fixed wing use only. It does not feature swashplate mixing for helicopters.
i have one of this,, it was working good,,
but 4-5 months i did not used for a single time, ,, & now i was trying to start the system but its showing some problem,, its not working properly. i dont know actualy wat the problem is. ??
is der defect in rx or tx...??????
please help me guys.. and please give any solution for that,,
see the link bellow.
Further to Waterlog's reply: you have a choice of USB cables. The less expensive is HK product ID GT_USB_SIM but this cable will only carry four of the six channels. For a few dollars more you can buy HK product id 265000001 which will feed all six. (A careful look at the Tx end of the two cables shows why, it's as if one is mono, the other is stereo). Another benefit of the more expensive cable is that it connects more easily to Phoenix, the absolute best of the flight sim software and it's downloadable for free from various Torrent sites.
Jad yes because it is not the Rc System that does all the hard work. Every Quad need a Flight Controller Board (FCB). The FCB takes input from you, through this Rc System (Transmitter and Receiver), then with the use of its (FCBs) 3 gyros helps you fly your Quad.
Nice Tx & Rx package, have had mine for almost a month now and it hasnt let me down yet. The best value package on the net, that I have found. Would recommend to anyone looking for a good cheep Tx & Rx package. The only down side is that it takes 8 AA batteries, not that it really matters. I'll be buying a few more anyway, good product HK!
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I see that most receivers have a plug labeled bat and this is also the bind. On the HK6S all I see is 1-6 and ID Set. Where can I put my 6.6V LiFePO? I saw a video where they had it on number 3? Can anyone verify where to plug in a battery and how the polarity is? I cannot find any documentation on this so far. Also, how do you bind this to the HK6S transmitter, I dont see a bind button on the transmitter.
Quality is awsome! for this price will se houw it handles
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where is the positive pole for batery and servos?? I didn't find it and don't know how to plug...
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Just tried mine in the air today after previously ground testing to about 200m (more than adequate for park flyers). Using in a modified Kyosho Spree with outrunner etc and it worked perfectly and the control was very sensitive. Previously had an Orange twin wire receiver installed which took up a bit of room and was a lot heavier and was using a Futaba 2.4 6ch trans. Apart from the fact that the Futaba has dual rate capability this set flys the plane just as well. I found the control to be very sensitive and precise and will have to reduce the control surface throws or grow very soft fingers ! Have already converted this one to a twin throttle set-up for a scale boat as a trial (twin receivers, ESCs, batts, etc) and even with 2 receivers on the one radio you have perfect control (slight trim differences in motors aside) Have already purchased another set and now will have 6 receivers, (just received 3 and all bound instantly) Excellent value and perfect for smaller planes. Still 5 stars plus for me. Another great feature is that everything is plugged into the pc board so you can move stick functions around for anything by the looks of it!