HobbyKing 2.4Ghz 4Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 1)(THROTTLE ON THE RIGHT)
Hobbykings T4A 2.4ghz system is an entry level transmitter offering the reliability of 2.4Ghz signal technology and a receiver.
The T4A makes a good backup transmitter or a take anywhere unit. Drop it, scratch it, leave it in the car and forget about it. This is what the T4A is all about. Not suitable for the multi flapperon, mixer, vtail, FPV, robot controlling hobbyist.
Key Features; 4-channel 2.4GHz transmitter with servo reversing. Easy to use control for basic models. Includes 6-channel receiver Trainer system option. This system does not need a PC to program servo direction.
Included; 1 x 2.4Ghz transmitter 1 x 2.4Ghz Receiver 1 x Bind Plug.
Note: Only HK-T6A receiver is comptible with HK-T4A transmitter.
Only HK-T6Av2 receiver is compatible with the HK-T4Av2 transmitter.
Thank for the reply. Many do not! You will need to mod the four channel. Now if you were to start up enough interest, maybe Hobby King would bring out a mod. It could not be hard and you are not the only one to ask for such a mod. You can put it to Hobby King in the members Forum (forum tab at top of the page). please consider. Or you can buy 2 and mod it yourself.
Clyde and you ask here! Why not ask under the Bixler listing. The rest of the rc gear does it work? Are the servos working? Is the motor Beeping. (Remove the Prop). Try it with the Throttle Lever full up. Then turn it on. If this works then you will just need to reverse the throttle channel (channel 3 switch on front)).
Yes* I did as you suggested. Yes everything works as it is suppose to. All the servos are working. When I tryed it with the throttle lever full up There was three beeps and then the light on the receiver was on solid. But When I tryed to increase the throttle lever pulling it down, nothing happened. Do you have any other suggestions?
Clyde it is. This was my next thing. So to set it up simple do this. First remove prop. Have throttle lever a low. Power up. Wait for the first Beep. Move Lever to max. Wait for the next beep. Then move lever to the low again. Wait for last beep. You should be done. If not the reverse the throttle channel and do again. (Make sure prop is off).
Don this is your choice. Mode 1 have throttle on the Right Hand Side up and down Lever. Mode 2 has the Throttle on the Left Hand Side up and down lever. All the rest of the controls fit around that. If you were in Australia I would say mode 1 but even that is changing. So put your hands in front of you and imagine two small levers. Hold them and see which feel most comfortable to move forward and back. If on the left then Mode 2. If on the Right then Mode 1. I hope this helps.
Mike if you use a ESC then you will have zero problem. The ESC (with uBec) has a 3 wire (White, Red, Black) with Jst (Servo like) plug on it. plug this into channel 3 (Throttle). The Receiver will control the throttle and the ESC will power the Receiver. So this will only supply 4.5v to 6.5v to your Receiver.
For those who are tired of bad english and poorly translated instructions. Here is how to bind the MODE 1 radio system.
1. Connect 8 AA batteries inside your transmitter and leave it turned OFF. 2. Connect your Motor to your ESC. 3. Connect your ESC to your Receiver on Channel 3. 4. Connect your Bind-Plug to the BAT channel. 5. If you want to test a Servo, connect a Servo to Channel 1,2, or 4. 6. Connect any good charged Battery to your ESC. You should here a beep from your ESC (some ESC's do not beep) and your Receiver's LED Light should start blinking. The LED is hidden under the sticker. 7. While Holding down the Bind-Range-Test Button, turn on your Transmitter. After about 3 or 10 seconds the LED will stop blinking and you should be able to control your motor and any extra servos you connected. 8. If not try it all again. I found that turning off my Transmitter and turning it on helped reset any errors. 9. Give me points if this helped. :D
Excellent Product. Binding was easy, following Trance123 instructions. One note, you have to have an ESC to do the binding, as the binding plug takes up where you would normally plug the battery in. Once bound, you can then power up as normal.
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22 thumbs up!
Hobby King 2.4Ghz 4Ch Tx & Rx
It is well made and works well! I have flown it at a distance of 500 metres with the range check button down & no problems. Very good value for money Oh so cheap, BUT it has twin receivers! This is almost unheard of in the lower priced systems.
I believe twin Rx to be very important. Why? Firstly I worked in the video industry for 21 years and it is common knowledge there that twin Rx is far more reliable in getting the signal through. If one Rx can't receive the other will.
To someone who is first time to 2.4Ghz you would need to look up the "binding" process on another manufacturer's site as there is no manual. I am using NiMh AA's successfully in the Tx and these can be charged thru the input jack from your usual charger
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17 thumbs up!
Hobby King 2.4Ghz 4Ch Tx & Rx I have received it on yesterday. This product was ordered on the 3rd Jan and arrived in my mail box here in Czech republic eleven days later. In Tx i use Sanyo 2700 mAH. I have measure, does Tx has a power input 147 mA. This i find werry good. Rx work good too without second receiver, but have not yet try diference. I will be buy again. Best regards from Brno.
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9 thumbs up!
This is a great little radio at a great price. It has great range and I use it on electric plane. It binds like a jr and spectu. i am completely satisifed with it. Clarence