I purchased the HK-16A V2 and am very pleased with the system so far.
The airplane that I will be installing the system has Aileron and Flaps. My question is there anywhere I can get step by step instructions on how to program to program the Ailerons using mixing with channel six. Also I would like the same using channel five to operate the flaps with atleast two positions.
The instruction are very limited in this regard.
Thank you very much "NEWTOHOBBYKING"!
You clarified most of my problems.
Yet I still do not know how I hook up the ailerons when I have two servos and only one #1 receptacle?
My ignorance is maybe embarrassing but bear in mind that I have been totally
'out of circulation' for four decades!
Gil I do not mind. (2 issues though. One I would never of know you had more issues unless "crazycarmaniac" had replied below and I came back to see what he had said, SO THANKS HIM and secondly try to break your questions down to simple parts so we can get it right the first time). Now for Ailerons you can use a simple Y harness and have both servos facing in to body or both out from body. (This way one will go up when one goes down). Or you can have one servo on channel 1 and one on an unused channel like ch 6. Then you mix Channel 6 so it is controlled by channel 1. (You need the cable and software to do so).
Gil easy Channel 1 is Ailerons (LeftHand Stick Left to Right). Channel 2 is Elevator (Right Hand Stick Up and Down). Channel 3 is Throttle (Lefthand Stick Up and Down). Channel 4 is the Rudder (Right Hand Stick (Left to Right). The other two are up to you. They are set to the left and Right nobs. I hope this helps. If not post a pic showing what you are calling ST 1=???
Can anyone help a newbie like me and tel me which of the six Chanel sockets are allocated to which function. Mainly I'd like to know where you hook up the ailerons servos.
As I mentioned I have the HK-T6A-M2 Tx and it's Rx
Gil Channel 1 = Aileron (Rudder if not Ailerons). Channel 2 = Elevator. Channel 3 = Throttle. Channel 4 = Rudder. Ch 5 and 6 are Flaps and Gear and AUX. This is for this Rc System. It is AETR. (Other system are TAER and other)
Love this radio! The cd that came with this included the drivers for xp & vista, and the t6config program (to program your transmitter). I installed this on my windows xp (HP laptop) and I kept getting the error "invalid com port" even though I knew it was the right com port from the device manager. I then installed this onto my dad's laptop which is identical to mine and it worked! 4 stars for having this kind of "hit or miss" computer support!
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132 thumbs up!
Very good RX and TX. Tested on glow and eletric airplane and aproved
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123 thumbs up!
Great price for a 6ch tx/rx combo!
I forgot to order the USB cable however, so that's a bummer but it's my fault ...
To have it shipped together with the set would ofcourse be ideal, just both products with a total price ... that way everyone always has the cable immediately :)
So far so good. Love the range and crystal-clear reception with 2.4mhz power. Manual (found else where in the reviews) could be better, mostly for routing the antennas, if they had to be outside the plane, etc.
4 stars because honestly, there should a paper manual, and the cable should be included.
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105 thumbs up!
Excellent radio and especially the money. Great extent simply install the antennas at right angles. Just want to let the lack of manual and software to change the settings. I recommend, especially for beginners of the hobby!