Startup Screen and Initial Screen

● Startup Screen and Initial Screen
When the transmitter is switched on, the startup screen will display, followed by the initial screen.
※ Pressing the ENTER key during the startup screen will allow you to proceed to the initial screen.
【 Startup Screen 】
① Version Information :
Displays the version of the program that is installed in the Master Unit's CPU.
This product's performance may be upgraded via paid or free upgrades.
Check the Kyosho website for information regarding such upgrades. ( http://www.kyosho.com )
①
【 Initial Screen 】
⑤
⑥
①
⑦
②
③
⑧
④
① Function Monitor: Functions that are active will be lit up.
OR : Steering and Brake travel Override
AUT : Throttle Auto Start
CYC : Cycle(Throttle Acceleration/Throttle ABS)
OFS : Offset(Drag Brake/Idle Up)
② Steering Trim Monitor: Displays the position of the steering trim.
③ Throttle Trim Monitor: Displays the position of the throttle trim.
④ Top menu: Display three kinds of setting items
FUNCTION Modify settings related to functions.
STEERING Modify settings related to the steering.
THROTTLE Modify settings related to the throttle.
⑤ Power Source Type: Displays the type of battery being used.
LP:Li-po
LF:Li-Fe
DR:R03/AAA/UM4 Alkaline Batteries
NI:Ni-MH
(Notice) If you switch battery types, make sure to also change the [Battery Management] setting.
⑥ Voltage: Displays the current power source voltage.
⑦ Model Number: Displays the currently selected model number.
⑧ Model Name: Displays the name of the currently selected model number.
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● How to change the Modulation mode
● VR information setting
Adjust the steering and throttle resistance
information. ※ Please perform the VR information
configuration to calibrate your system.
○ When using EX-6 for the first time.
○ When changing a steering unit for a different product or when putting it back together.
○ When changing a grip unit for a different product
or when putting it back together.
○ When using and confusion has occurred in the
positional information.
EX-6 has two Modulation modes.
※ When attaching the Xpansion unit, this operation
is the same.
《Functions》
● MINI-Z ASF mode: LED Solid
ASF support of MINI-Z series is steerable.
● MINI-Z MHS mode :LED Flashing slowly
Oparating MINI-Z MHS mode. (MR-03 VE PRO)
1.Select [FUNCTION] on the initial screen and push
the ENTER key.
2.Select [SYSTEM] on the function screen and push
the ENTER key.
3.Select [VR INFO] on the system screen and push
the ENTER key.
4.Move the wheel slowly to the full left and right lock
(numbers will change as the steering is moved) and
release the wheel back to neutral.
5.Move the trigger slowly to the full throttle and full
brake positions (numbers will change as the
throttle is moved) and release the trigger back to
neutral.
6.Then select YES (press ENTER) to adjust and save
the settings.
Only MINI-Z with ASF/MHS system are operable. FHS
(MINI-Z sports) it will not be able to steer the.
① Turn off EX-6 switch.
② Push the ET1 lever to the left and power on.
③ Hold ET1 lever until the buzzer sounds and the LED of EX-6 turns on (approximately two seconds).
↓
↓
3.Example before setting
ET1
VR INFOMATION VRインフォメーション
LOW
ブレーキ
Power ON
OK?
YES
↓
2204
2198
2
2194
2078
2075
2072
ST- LEFT ヒダリ
NUT センター
RIGHT ミギ
TH- HI
ゼンシン
NUT センター
4,5, Move slowly to full stroke, then release.
Left MAX
Approximately two
seconds, LED turns on.
Right MAX
Hold
Full Throttle
If the pilot LED is blinking fast, this is a warning
that the battery voltage is low. Please change to
new batteries or for a battery pack which has been
charged.
Hold
Full Brake
Model selection changes and modulation mode
changes are not linked.
6, Small window [Yes] comes active.
VR INFOMATION VRインフォメーション
ST- LEFT ヒダリ
NUT センター
RIGHT ミギ
TH- HI
ゼンシン
NUT センター
LOW
ブレーキ
3949
2198
2
487
3313
2075
1463
OK?
YES
※ When operating the VR INFORMATION and pressing the BACK key will cancel the operation.
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● Pairing
Case of using the Xpansion unit
※ Refer to p.11 pairing Operation when not using the
Xpansion unit.
2. Preparing the MINI-Z
① Bring distance of EX-6 and MINI-Z close to about
10cm.
In order for the receiver to operate, it must store the
transmitter's unique ID in its memory in a process
called“pairing.”Even if a single transmitter is used
to control multiple receivers, each receiver must go
through the pairing process with the transmitter
before being used for the first time.
10cm
※ Please adjust the modulation mode before pairing.
(p.20) A receiver does not work normally in a different
mode. 1. Preparing the Transmitter
① While pushing the ET2 lever up, power on.
② Switch on MINI-Z while pushing the pairing button
of MINI-Z.
The pilot LED lights up, release ET2 lever.
Pushing pairing button
Switch on
↓
↓
Power ON
ET2
③ After the MINI-Z's LED has lit up, release the
pairing button. Then check that the MINI-Z's LED
lights up again (indicating pairing completion)
↓
LED
② Displays the initial screen, then pairing display is
shown. (indicating transmitter is transmitting the
pairing signal.)
<France mode pairing >
FRANCE mode pairing is possible when the ET2 lever is
released after LED turns off. Please use this feature if the
situation is needed.
3. Preparations for Operation
① Switch off MINI-Z.
② Switch off the EX-6 main power, then switch on
EX-6 again.
Or have someone else the pairing in the vicinity, when
the pairing work does not work under the influence of
wireless LAN, microwave ovens, please perform again
shifted or time for a little bit and away from there.
③ Bring distance of EX-6 and MINI-Z close to about
30cm. Switch on the MINI-Z and check that the
receiver LED is lit. If the LED flashes, the MINI-Z
is not getting the EX-6 signal and the pairing
procedure should be repeated.
If the mode is changed(General or France), please
conduct pairing procedures with the MINI-Z you are using
again.
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■ TOP MENU
FUNCTION
STEERING
This is an index which displays the 6 different function
menus.
This is an index which displays the 6 different function
menus.
Model Menu (MODEL)
Steering Travel
Operations such as selecting or copying a model.
Modify the overall amount of steering
movement.
Timer Menu (TIMER)
Steering Trim
Operating timer-related functions.
Modify the neutral position of the steering
angle.
Key set Menu (KEY SET)
Steering Turn Speed
Modify system-related functions such as key
assignment.
Modify the speed of the steering's movement.
3CH/4CH Menu (3/4ch)
Steering Dynamics
Modify settings related to 3CH and 4CH.
Trim set Menu (TRIM SET)
Modify the movement speed ratio which
corresponds to steering angle and Modify how
much the steering initially turns from neutral
position.
Easy adjust function for steering trim and
balance.
Steering Feel
Modify the feeling of the steering's movement.
System Menu (System)
Modify system-related functions such as VR
information or calculator.
Steering Reverse
Modify the steering direction.
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THROTTLE
This is an index which displays the 10 different
function menus. (Separated in 2 pages.)
Throttle Travel
MENU1
Modify the maximum throttle movement.
Go back to throttle menu1.
Throttle Trim
Brake Override
Modify the neutral position of the throttle.
Modify the maximum amount of braking and
steering travel assigned to a switch.
Throttle Speed
Throttle Reverse
Modify the speed of the throttle's movement.
Modify the throttle direction.
Throttle Dynamics
Throttle Cycle
Modify the movement speed ratio which
corresponds to throttle angle and Modify how
much the throttle initially moves from the
neutral position.
Modify the amount of brake pumping and
acceleration.
Throttle Auto-Start
Set the amount of automatic startup for the
throttle.
Throttle Feel
Modify the feeling of the throttle movement.
Idle Up
Modify the neutral position of the throttle
trigger or neutral braking.
MENU2
Go to throttle menu2.
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FUNCTION
Model menu
Save various settings as model memories Up to 20
model memories can be named and stored.
▶ MODEL NAME This function is used to name the model memory that
is currently in use. Distinguish each model memory
with different names, which may also be edited. The
set model name will be displayed on the initial screen
and model select screen.
MODEL モデル
MODEL SEL セレクト
MODEL NAME ネーム
MDL01
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGH
COPY コピー MDL01 TO
RESET リセット
MODEL モデル
MODEL SEL セレクト
MODEL NAME ネーム
MDL02
▶ MODEL SEL Switch between different model memories.
▶ MODEL NAME Names the model memories.
▶ MODEL COPY Copies model memories.
▶ MODEL RESET Resets model memories.
MDL01
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGH
COPY コピー MDL01 TO
RESET リセット
MDL2
Choose one character at a time from the left side.
▶ MODEL SEL
Switch between different model memories.
【Example】
If you have multiple cars, it is convenient to have a
separate model memory for each one. Even in the
case of only one car, you could save specific settings
for different courses in different model memories as
well.
【Setting Range】 Maximum 16 characters.
Select the model to be used.
《Selectable Characters》
MODEL モデル
MODEL SEL セレクト
MODEL NAME ネーム
MDL01
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGH
COPY コピー MDL01 TO
RESET リセット
MDL02
【Setting Range】 MODEL:01 - 20
P
All of the various settings are registered under a model memory.
P
The settings which will be switched by Model Select are...
1)Steering Setting
2)Throttle Setting
3)3CH Setting
4)4CH Setting
5)Steering and Throttle Response
6)Steering and Throttle Feel
7)Setup Functions (ET1-ET5, BT1 function assignments)
8)Stopwatch Settings
P
Switching model memory while driving may cause setting
mismatches and lead to an uncontrollable model. Please
place the car on a stand or switch it off before switching
model memories.
Model selection changes and modulation mode
changes are not linked. Refer to p.20 changing the
modulation mode.
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To delete a character, overwrite the character to be
deleted by using the blank space at the end of each
page of characters.
MODEL ▶ MODEL COPY ▶ MODEL RESET Copies the current model memory to a different model
memory.
Return the current model memory to default factory
setting values.
【Example】
When changing settings on the same car to match
driving conditions, it is convenient to copy the original
memory before modifying it. This function also allows you
to try out new settings while keeping your original one.
Select [RESET] (hold ENTER key) to reset.
Select the model memory to copy to, then hold the
ENTER key to copy.
MODEL モデル
MODEL SEL セレクト
MODEL NAME ネーム
MODEL モデル
MODEL SEL セレクト
MODEL NAME ネーム
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGH
MDL02
Small window [RESET OK?] is displayed, then push
the ENTER key.
MDL02
MODEL モデル
Small window [COPY OK?] appears, then push the
ENTER key.
MDL01
RESET OK?
MODEL モデル
MODEL02
COPY OK?
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGH
COPY コピー MDL01 to
RESET リセット
MDL01
COPY コピー MDL01 to
RESET リセット
MODEL01
MDL01
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGH
TO
MDL01
MDL02
ABCDEFGH
ABCDEFGH
TO
Deleted data cannot be recovered. Be careful to avoid
undesired resets.
MDL02
【Setting Range】 MODEL:01 - 20
P
When selecting the model memory to copy to, that model
memory's name will be displayed.
P
The settings which will be copied by Model copy are...
1)Steering Setting
2)Throttle Setting
3)3CH Setting
4)4CH Setting
5)Steering and Throttle Response
6)Steering and Throttle Feel
7)Setup Functions (ET1-ET5, BT1 function assignments)
8)Stopwatch Settings
The contents of the copy destination model memory
that is being copied to will be overwritten. Overwritten
data cannot be recovered, so be careful to avoid
undesired memory overwrites.
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TIMER Menu
Operating Timer-related functions.
《Functions》
P
▶ TRGSTART Trigger Start
Prepares the stopwatch for activation via the throttle movement.
▶ LAP HISTORY Displays the lap times recorded by the stopwatch.
▶ ALARM Alarm will sound after the set amount of time has elapsed.
ALARM STOP Sets an alarm buzzer to the continue sound mode
(CONTINUE) or to the sound stop mode(STOP). P.ALM Sets a warning buzzer to sound at a set time prior to the alarm.
NAVI Adjusts the lap navigation settings.
START/STOP .
Assigns a key to activate/deactivate the stopwatch
LAP Assigns a lap key.
100 lap times are memorized.
Only the last recorded lap times may be checked and
previously recorded results will not be saved.
(Even if the transmitter is switched off, the last
recorded times will remain in the memory.)
▶ ALARM Move the cursor to set the various parameters.
TIMER タイマー
【Setting Range】 MIN(minuite) SEC(second)
ALARM :1 MIN 〜 99 MIN(Default:5 MIN)
Alarm will sound after the set amount of time has elapsed. ※ Convenient for setting the anticipated race completion time.
ALARMSTOP :STOP / CONT(Default:STOP)
Sets an alarm buzzer to the continue sound mode (CONTINUE) or to the sound stop mode(STOP). ▶ TRGSTART Trigger Start
Move the cursor to [TRGSTART] and hold the ENTER key.
TRGSTART will switch to READY for a brief moment, then
push assigned [START/STOP]key or move throttle trigger.
TIMER タイマー
※ STOP Buzzer sound stop about 5 seconds.
※ CONT Until the START/STOP key is pressed the Buzzer
sound will continue.
P.ALM :0 〜 30 SEC(Default:10 SEC)
Sets a warning buzzer to sound at a set time prior to the alarm.
※ Convenient for setting a warning for when a race is about to end.
NAVI :0 SEC 00 〜 99 SEC 99(Default:0 SEC 00)
Adjusts the lap navigation settings.
※ Convenient for setting a target lap.
START/STOP :OFF, ET1 〜 5, BT1(Default:OFF)
Assigns a key to activate/deactivate the stopwatch
P
When the [START/STOP] key is set to OFF, it does not activate.
.
LAP :OFF, ET1 〜 5, BT1(Default:OFF)
Assigns a key for recording lap times.
▶ LAP HISTORY The use the timer function, this parameter must be set
to a non-OFF value.
Displays the lap times recorded by the stopwatch.
Scroll down when the R key is pushed, and scroll up
the L key is pushed. When pressing the BACK key,
you are returned to the Timer screen.
LAPHISTORY ラップキロク
001 00
002 00
003 00
004 00
005 00
TTL 00
02
05
05
04
02
20
20
51
09
72
70
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KEYSET Key setting
Assign a key (ET1- ET5, BT1) to a function.
ET1
ET2
ET4
If you select a key, the item is displayed to the right.
It is assigned to a key by choosing an item.
KEYSET キーセッテイ
ET 1:S:TRIM
ET 2:T:TRIM
ET 3:T:BRAKE
ET 4:S:TRAVEL
ET 5:OFF
BT 1:OFF
【Setting Range】
ET3
BT1
B
T1
ET5
OFF
S:TR IM
S:TR AVEL
S:FEEL
T:TR IM
T:H IPO INT
※ To use (ET4, ET5), No,10526 Expert grip (separately
available option: Kondo Kagaku Co., Ltd.) is required.
○:Assignment Possible
Setting function
ET1 〜 5
BT1
OFF(No Assignment)
○
○
S:TRIM(Steering Trim)
○
x
S:TRAVEL(Steering Travel)
○
x
S:FEEL(Steering Feel)
○
x
T:TRIM(Throttle Trim)
○
x
T:HIPOINT(Throttle High Point)
○
x
T:BRAKE(Throttle Brake)
○
x
T:FEEL F(Throttle Feel F)
○
x
T:FEEL B(Throttle Feel B)
○
x
T:OFFSET(Throttle Offset)
○
○
T:OFSTKY(Throttle Offset Key)
○
x
T:BRAKEOR(Throttle Override)
○
○
T:AUTOST(Throttle Auto-Start)
○
○
TIMER(Timer)
○
○
LAPTIME(Lap Time)
○
○
The entry of 3/4CH is displayed only when a key is set to 3/4CH function
setting.
3(4):POS(3・4 CH/ Control)
3(4):SMMODE(3・4 CH/4WS Mixing Mode)
3(4):SMCENT(3・4 CH/4WS Mixing Center)
3(4):SMTRVL(3・4 CH/4WS Mixing Travel)
3(4):AMMODE(3・4 CH/ Amp Mixing Mode)
3(4):AMTH(3・4 CH/ Amp Mixing Throttle Hold)
3(4):TMBRAKE(3・4 CH/ Throttle Mixing Brake)
3(4):TMCENT(3・4 CH/ Throttle Mixing Center)
3(4):TMHIPO(3・4 CH/ Throttle Mixing High Point)
3(4):TMDELAY(3・4 CH/ Throttle Mixing Delay)
3(4):TMSTEER(3・4 CH/ Throttle Mixing Steering)
3(4):TMON(3v CH/ Throttle Mixing ON/OFF)
【Default】
ET1:S:TRIM
ET2:T:TRIM
ET3:T:BRAKE
ET4: OFF
ET5:OFF
BT1:OFF
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3・4CH 3・4ch Menu
Settings related to 3CH and 4CH operations.
【Setting Range】
START:POS 1, POS 2(Default:POS 1)
Sets the starting position.
KEY:OFF, ET1 〜 5(Default:OFF)
Assigns a key to use for switching positions.
POS 1:-100 〜 100(Default:0)
Sets Position 1's output position.
POS 2:-100 〜 100(Default:100)
Sets Position 2's output position.
《Functions》
▶ MODE
GYRO
OFF
TWIN
2WAY
4WS
3WAY
AMP
5WAY
T-MIX
ANLOG
▶ SET
Set the usage choice for channels 3 and 4 modes.
▶ 3WAY MODE
Modify the 3-position output settings.
※ Not used in MINI-Z.
【Example】
May be used for gear changing operations or when you
wish to set a 3-position control scheme for the servo.
3CH MODE : 3WAY
The MODE of 3CH or 4CH s selected from the right.
Change the setting of the item chosen with the SET key.
START : POS1
KEY : ET3
SET
3・4CH
3CH MODE
5WAY
SET
4CH MODE
2WAY
SET
P
OFF
2WAY
3WAY
5WAY
ANLOG
GYRO
TWIN
4WS
AMP
T-MIX
POS1 : -100
POS2 : 0
POS3 : 100
+
ー
【Setting Range】
START:POS 1, POS 2, POS 3(Default:POS 1)
Initial position is configurated.
The functions which may be set are the same for both
3CH and 4CH. Set them to match the desired purpose.
KEY:OFF, ET1 〜 5(Default:OFF)
Assigns a key to use for switching positions.
【Default】
3CH MODE : 5WAY
4CH MODE : 2WAY
POS 1:-100 〜 100(Default:-100)
▶ 2WAY MODE
POS 3:-100 〜 100(Default:100)
Sets Position 1's output position.
POS 2:-100 〜 100(Default:0)
Sets Position 2's output position.
Sets Position 3's output position.
Modify the 2-position output settings.
※ Not used in MINI-Z.
▼
Gyro control settings of MINI-Z PRO series, please
refer to the
5WAY (5WAY).
【Example】
May be used to activate/deactivate an engine starter
unit or a semi-trailer's support legs.
3CH MODE : 2WAY
START : POS1
KEY : OFF
+
POS1 :
0
POS2 : 100
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3・4CH 3・4ch Menu
LOW(Low Position):-100 〜 0(Default:-100)
▶ 5WAY MODE
Sets the lowest value for the operation range.
CEN(Center Position):LOW 〜 HIGH(Default:0)
Modify the 5-position output settings.
【Example】
In MINI-Z MHS (such as MR-03VE PRO), it will control
the gain of the steering gyro. As follows START:
POS3, KEY: it will set in ET3.
Sets the neutral position for the operation range.
HIGH(High Position):0 〜 100(Default:100)
Sets the highest value for the operation range.
【How to Use Analog Settings】
Low Position Side::
Between LOW and CEN are 100 steps within which the
intervals can be adjusted.
3CH MODE : 5WAY
START : POS3
KEY : ET3
SET
POS1 :
POS2 :
POS3 :
POS4 :
POS5 :
-100
- 50
0
50
100
+
High Position Side::
Between CEN and HIGH are 100 steps within which the
intervals can be adjusted.
ー
【Setting Range】
Example)When STEP value is 2
When LOW side is set to 5 intervals.
When HIGH side is set to 4 intervals.
START:POS 1, POS 2, POS 3, POS 4, POS 5
(Default:POS 3)
Sets the starting position.
High Position
2 Steps
Center
Movement Range
Interval Position
2 Steps
Low Position
KEY:OFF, ET1 〜 5, BT1(Default:OFF)
Assigns a key to use for switching positions.
Maximum
High Angle
POS 1:-100 〜 100(Default:-100)
Sets Position 1's output position.
POS 2:-100 〜 100(Default:-50)
Sets Position 2's output position.
POS 3:-100 〜 100(Default:0)
100 Steps
100 Steps
Maximum
Low Angle
P
Center position is the staring position.
P
Low/High positions cannot be exceeded. Operations
which try to do so will stop just before the Low/High
positions.
Sets Position 3's output position.
POS 4:-100 〜 100(Default:50)
Sets Position 4's output position.
▶ GYRO MODE
POS 5:-100 〜 100(Default:100)
Sets Position 5's output position.
This function modifies the setting for using gyro receiver.
※ It is not for the gyro for the MINI-Z. It is not used in
MINI-Z.
▶ ANALOG MODE
These settings are to enable continuous output for
channels 3 or 4. ※ Not used in MINI-Z.
3CH MODE : ANALOG
KEY : ET3
REVERSE : NORM
STEP : 5
【How to set Gyro mode】
GYRO is configurated to channels 3/4 control modes.
ET3 : 3ch control (Steering gyro gain control)
ET5 : 4ch control (Throttle gyro gain control)
Adjust it to moderate gyro gain while running.
LOW : -100
CEN : 0
HIGH : 100
+
【Example】
Such as Kondo Kagaku Co., Ltd. gyro KR-212FHG, you
can use when you want to control the gyro system for
sensitivity adjustment using the 3CH · 4CH.
P
ー
Specification of channel 3 and 4 of the gyro mode
memory (storage) is memorized.
【Setting Range】
KEY:OFF, ET1 〜 5, BT1(Default:OFF)
The functions which may be set are both 3CH and 4CH.
Assigns a key to use for switching positions.
When the 3ch/4ch mode is changed from GYRO mode
to another mode or OFF, the 3ch mode will return to the
setting for (OFF).
REVERSE:NOR(Normal), REV(Reverse)
(Default:
NORM)
Sets operation direction.
Please prepare the gyro system (ex. KR-212FHG)
separately. The gyro effect is not provided only in the
main system of transmitter.
STEP:1 〜 25(Default:5)
Sets the amount of change for the operation.
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3・4CH 3・4ch Menu
▶ TWIN SERVO MODE
▶ 4WS
This function modifies the setting for using 2 steering
servo. Using left steering servo 1ch, and right steering
servo 3ch or 4ch. ※ Not used in MINI-Z.
【Example】
Ackerman control is possible when using for drift cars
using twin servos.
3CH MODE:4WS
3CH MODE:TWIN SERVO
LEFT −ST
(1CH)
L・LEFT 70%
L・RIGHT 70%
L・SPEED 100%
L・TRIM 0
This function is related to an R/C car's 4-wheel
steering feature. If 3CH or 4CH is assigned to control
the rear axle, it will operate in conjunction with 1CH
(steering). The direction of the rear axle steering may
also be changed. ※ Not used in MINI-Z.
MODE NORMAL
LEFT 70
CENTER 0
RIGHT 70
TRVL 100
REVERSE NORM
RIGHT ー ST
NORM
R・LEFT 70%
R・RIGHT 70%
R・SPEED 100%
R・TRIM 0
->KEY:OFF
->KEY:OFF
->KEY:OFF
【Setting Range】
【Setting Range】
MODE (Default: NORMAL)
LEFT-ST(1CH)
NORMAL (front and rear axles turn in the same direction)
L-LEFT : 30 ~ 100%(Default: 70%)
REVERSE (front and rear axles turn in opposite directions)
Sets the highest value for the 1CH servo left operation.
L-RIGHT : 30 ~ 100%(Default: 70%)
F STEER (steer front axle only)
Sets the highest value for the 1CH servo right operation.
R STEER (steer rear axle only)
L-SPEED : 1 ~ 100%(Default: 100%)
LEFT : 0 ~ 100(Default: 70)
Sets the steering speed for the 1CH servo operation.
Adjusts the rear axle servo movement range when
L-TRIM : -50 ~ 50(Default: 0)
steering is turned to the left.
Sets the neutral position for the 1CH servo operation
CENTER : -50 ~ 50(Default: 0)
range.
Adjust the rear axle servo's neutral position.
RIGHT-ST
RIGHT : 0 ~ 100(Default: 70)
NORM(Nomal), REVS(Reverse)
(Default: NORM)
Adjusts the rear axle servo movement range when
Sets operation direction of 3CH or 4CH servo.
steering is turned to the right.
R-LEFT : 30 ~ 100%(Default: 70%)
TRAVEL : 0 ~ 150(Default: 100)
Sets the highest value for the 3(4)CH servo left operation. Adjusts the overall amount of movement of the rear
R-RIGHT : 30 ~ 100%(Default: 70%)
axle servo when the steering is at full lock.
Sets the highest value for the 3(4)CH servo right operation.
REVERSE : NORM(Normal), REVS(Reverse)
R-SPEED : 1 ~ 100%(Default: 100%)
(Default: NORM)
Sets the steering speed for the 3(4)CH servo operation.
Sets operation direction of 3CH or 4CH servo.
MODE → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default: OFF)
R-TRIM : -50 ~ 50(Default: 0)
Assigns ET keys to be used for 4WS Mixing MODE.
Sets the neutral position for the 3(4)CH servo CENTER → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default: OFF)
operation range.
Assigns ET keys to be used for 4WS Mixing CENTER.
TRVEL → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default: OFF)
Assigns ET keys to be used for 4WS Mixing TRAVEL.
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3・4CH 3・4ch Menu
▶ AMP Mixing MODE
On glow engine cars, an overly high setting value will
increase load on the servo and lead to it being damaged.
Check carefully while adjusting.
※ Not used in MINI-Z.
Used when the front and rear wheels are controlled
by separate ESCs and motors. If 3CH or 4CH is set
to the front-wheel drive function, it will operate in
conjunction with 2CH's throttle operations.
On electric cars, a setting value that is too small
may cause problems with the ESC settings. Make
adjustments starting from the default setting (100).
Brake will not operate if the value is set to 0.
3CH MODE:AMP
MODE NORMAL
TH HOLD
0
HIPOINT 100
BRAKE
100
TRIM
0
REVERSE NORM
TRIM : -50 ~ 50(Default : 0)
Adjusts the neutral position of the front wheels.
->KEY:OFF
->KEY:OFF
->KEY:OFF
->KEY:OFF
P
The setting position cannot exceed what is set by [High
Point] or [Brake].
REVERSE : NORM(Normal), REVS(Reverse)
Changes the movement direction of the front
wheels.(Default: MORM)
->KEY:OFF >>>
【Setting Range】
MODE (Default: NORMAL)
NORMAL(drives both front and rear wheels)
BURN(drives rear wheels only)
DIG(drives front wheels only)
F HOLD(drives front wheels at a set speed)
R HOLD(drives rear wheels at a set speed)
P
TH HOLD : -100 ~ 100(Default: 0)
This function adjusts the set speed used for (F HOLD) and (R
HOLD) selected in Amp Mixing Mode.[F HOLD] adjusts the
front wheel drive while [R HOLD] adjusts the rear wheel drive.
※ This setting is activated when F HOLD or R HOLD mode
is selected.
【Example】 May be used for rock crawlers, etc.
For electric cars, the throttle is set by the ESC so there is
no need to set this function. However, some older ESCs
will not function properly unless reverse is also set.
MODE → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF)
Assigns ET or BT keys to activate the various front
wheel drive modes.
TH HOLD → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF)
Assigns ET keys to be used for the set speed used
for TH HOLD.
HIPOINT → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF)
Assigns ET or BT keys to adjust HIPOINT value.
BRAKE → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF)
Assigns ET or BT keys to adjust BRAKE value.
REVERSE → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF)
Assigns ET or BT keys to changes the movement
direction of the front wheels.
HIPOINT : 0 ~ 150(Default : 100)
Adjusts the maximum amount of throttle to be
applied to the front wheels. Equivalent to the
[Throttle High Point] function.
※ This setting is activated when NORMAL, DIG, or R 【Setting Range】
HOLD mode is selected.
ET MODE SET
Assigns ET or BT keys to activate the various front
This makes it easy to adjust the amount of maximum
P throttle, particularly on a glow engine car.
wheel drive modes.
P
If the amp mixing high point is set low and the amp
mixing trim is set to a high value toward acceleration,
the resulting throttle movement may be extraordinarily
small.
3CH MODE:AMP
ET MODE SET
NORMAL : ON
BURN :ON
DIG :ON
F HOLD:ON
R HOLD:ON
<<<
On glow engine cars, an overly high setting value will
increase load on the servo and lead to it being damaged.
Check carefully while adjusting.
On electric cars, a setting value that is too small
may cause problems with the ESC settings. Make
adjustments starting from the default setting (100).
NORMAL : ON, OFF(Default : ON)
BURN : ON, OFF(Default : ON)
DIG : ON, OFF(Default : ON)
F HOLD : ON, OFF(Default : ON)
R HOLD : ON, OFF(Default : ON)
Brake will not operate if the value is set to 0.
BRAKE : 0 ~ 150(Default: 100)
Modify the maximum amount of reverse (brake) to
be applied to the front wheels.
Equivalent to [Throttle Brake] function.
※ This setting is activated when NORMAL, DIG, or R HOLD mode is selected.
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P
Assigning these keys may be convenient for rock
crawlers or when you need to adjust Amp Mixing
settings.
3・4CH 3・4ch Menu
▶ T-MIX Throttle Mixing MODE
※ Not used in MINI-Z.
3CH MODE : T-MIX
Mainly used for 1/5 scale R/C cars where the left/
right front wheels' braking operation is controlled by
an independent servo.
If 3CH is assigned to front right wheel brake and 4CH
is assigned to front left wheel brake, they will operate
in conjunction with 2CH (throttle) and 1CH (steering).
FOWARD CURVE:
BRAKE CURVE:
0 %
0%
REVERSE:NORM
<<<
【Example】 Simplifies adjustment of the independent brake channel
(servo) on 1/5 scale R/C cars.
【Setting Range】
FORWARD CURVE : -100% ~ 100%(Default : 0%)
BRAKE CURVE : -100% ~ 100%(Default : 0%)
3CH MODE:T-MIX
BRAKE 100 ->KEY:OFF
->KEY:OFF
CENTER
0
->KEY:OFF
HIPOINT 100
->KEY:OFF
DELAY
0
STEER
0
->KEY:OFF
->KEY:OFF >>>
ON/OFF
ON
P
【Setting Range】
BRAKE : 0 ~ 150(Default : 100)
Modify the maximum amount of front brake servo
movement.
CENTER : -50 ~ 50(Default : 0)
Modify the front brake servo's neutral position.
HIPOINT : 0 ~ 150(Default : 100)
Modify the maximum amount of throttle to be applied
to the front brake servo.
※ To avoid operating only the brakes, set value to 0.
DELAY : 0 ~ 100(Default : 0)
Delays the operation of the front wheel servo brake.
STEER : -100 ~ 100(Default : 0)
Modify the amount of brake applied by the front wheel
brake servo in relation to steering input.
ON/OFF : ON, OFF(Default : ON)
Enables Throttle Mixing to be activated via ET keys.
BRAKE → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF)
CENTER → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF )
HIPOINT → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF )
DELAY → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF )
STEER → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF )
ON/OFF → KEY : OFF, ET1 ~ 5(Default : OFF)
These setting must be set for both front right brake
(3CH) and front left brake (4CH).
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Positive values (+1 to +100) equal high initial response
followed by mild response.
Negative values (-1 to -100) equal a mild initial response
followed by high response.
REVERSE : NORM, REVE(Default : NORM)
This function reverses the front brake servo's movement direction. It is useful for when servo
output movement does not match inputs after the
servo has been installed.
Use of Throttle Mixing Steering may increase load on
the servo and cause increased wear or damage. Check
the servo while adjusting.
TRIM SET The convenient function that can set trim and travel
while operating steering wheels.
▶ STEER AUTO BALANCE LEFT
① Move the cursor to "SET" and push the ENT key,
"SET" will start blinking.
※ At this time, the steering travel(L) becomes
100 forcibly.
② Hold the steering wheel of the transmitter to the
position that you want to make the Left end point.
Set the steering travel(L) position when pushing
the ENT key while holding the position.
P
▶ STEER AUTO TRIM ① Move the cursor to "SET" and push the ENT key,
"SET" will start blinking.
※ At this time, the steering trim becomes 0 forcibly.
② Hold the steering wheel of the transmitter to the
position that you want to make neutral.
Set the steering neutral position by pushing the ENT key while holding the position.
After pushing "SET", the steering servo moves because
the travel(L) position has changed.
Release the steering handle, the servo moves to the
neutral position.
Use of Steering auto balance may increase load on the
servo and cause increased wear or damage. Check the
servo while adjusting.
When operating the steering wheel to the right in
steering auto balance(L), it will not set correctly. Be
careful to the direction of operation.
TRIMSET トリムセット
P
As for this function, only the numerical value of the
steering tavel(L) changes. Does not influence the
numerical value of the steering travel and travel(R).
When the quantity of movement is short, set automatic
balance again after increasing steering travel.
STEER AUTO TRIM
ステアリングオートトリム
SET
STEER AUTO BALANCE
LEFT ヒダリ
ステアリング
RIGHTミギ
オートバランス
SET
SET
▶ STEER AUTO BALANCE RIGHT
As for this function, only the numerical value of the
steering trim changes. Does not influence the numerical
value of the steering subtrim.
After pushing "SET", the steering servo moves because
the neutral position has changed.
Release the steering handle, the servo moves to the new
neutral position.
① Move the cursor to "SET" and push the ENT key,
"SET" will start blinking.
※ At this time, the steering travel(R) becomes 100 forcibly.
② Hold the steering wheel of the transmitter to the
position that you want to make the Right end point.
Set the steering travel(R) position when pushing the
ENT key while holding the position.
P
As for this function, only the numerical value of the
steering tavel(R) changes. Does not influence the
numerical value of the steering travel and travel(L).
When the quantity of movement is short, set automatic
balance again after increasing steering travel.
After pushing "SET", the steering servo moves because
the travel(R) position has changed.
Release the steering handle, the servo moves to the
neutral position.
Use of Steering auto balance may increase load on the
servo and cause increased wear or damage. Check the
servo while adjusting.
When operating the steering wheel to the left in steering
auto balance(R), it will not set correctly. Be careful to
the direction of operation.
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SYSTEM MENU
Menu related to various system settings.
▶ BATTERY Select the type of battery used.
BATTERY バッテリー
Setting about LCD display.
DISPLAY ガメン
LIGHTMODE
バックライト
LIGHTTIME ライトタイム
P
4
KEY-ON
P
5
【Setting Range】
CONTRAST : 1 ~ 5(Default : 4)
Adjusts the contrast of the LCD.
LCD contrast become low when the numerical value
is reduced.
P
LIFe
リフェ
NI-MH
ニッケル
LIPO
リポ
【Setting Range】
DRY(Alkaline Batteries),
Primary warning buzzer 4.0V or less
Second warning buzzer, movement stop
LIFE(Li-Fe Battery)
Primary warning buzzer 6.2V or less
Second warning buzzer, movement stop
NI-MH(Ni-MH Battery)
Primary warning buzzer 4.0V or less
Second warning buzzer, movement stop
LIPO(Li-Po Battery)
Primary warning buzzer 7.0V or less
Second warning buzzer, movement stop
▶ DISPLAY MENU
CONTRAST ノウド
DRY
カンデンチ
LCD contrast will characteristically be darker when warm
and lighter when cold. Make corresponding contrast
adjustments if this is a concern for you.
LIGHTMODE
Backlight mode of the LCD : OFF, ON, KEY-ON
Sets the light activation mode.(Default: KEY-ON)
LIGHTTIME : 1 ~ 60(Default: 5)
Sets the time between a key operation (other than
steering or throttle) and the LCD backlight turning
off when [LIGHT MODE] is set to [KEY-ON].
When the backlight is set to [KEY-ON], it will only be
activated by ET/BT key operation, not by steering or
trigger operation.
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3.8V or less
6.0V or less
3.8V or less
6.0V or less
According to the selected power source type, a low
voltage warning will be displayed. Transmitter signals will
not be cut at this time, but problems with control may
be experienced. Stop operation immediately and replace
batteries.
When setting a battery type by mistake,
the warning message can be canceled by
pushing and holding the BACK key to display
the initial screen. Please set it to right
battery again.
Change Power Management After
Switching Battery Type!
If the battery used does not match the Power
Management setting, the battery may be overdischarged and damaged. This may also result in fire, so
make sure you pay special attention.
! WARNING ! Warning Display
▶ Battery Level Warning
During driving, this warning will be displayed if the
battery voltage is below the required level.
You may still operate the model, but it is
recommended to replace the battery immediately
※ In the case of DRY/Ni-MH setting, the LED (blue)
of the main body of EX-6 flashes on and off, too.
BATTERY WARNING
LOW VOLTAGE
EXIT >> KEY ON
Furthermore, when the power supply voltage
decreases, it is displayed and normal operation will
not be able to continue. Switch it off immediately,
and replace the batteries immediately.
BATTERY ALARM
LOW VOLTAGE
EXIT >> POWER OFF
P
When setting a battery type by mistake,
the warning message can be canceled by
pushing and holding the BACK key to display
the initial screen. Please set it to right
battery again.
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SYSTEM MENU
3, Select [VR INFO] on the system screen and
push the ENTER key.
4, Move the wheel slowly to the full left and
right lock (numbers will change as the
steering is moved) and release the wheel
back to neutral.
5, Move the trigger slowly to the full throttle
and full brake positions (numbers will change
as the throttle is moved) and release the
trigger back to neutral.
6, Select the "YES" on the right side of the
display screen.
▶ CALCULATOR
calculate the gear ratio.
CULCULATOR ケイサンキ
SPUR GEAR
110
スパー
PINIONGEAR
/ピニオン
TRANSRATIO
x2ジゲンソク
30
FINAL
RATIO
2.00
ギヤヒ
7.333
3, Example before setting
【Setting Range】
SPUR GEAR : 1 ~ 999(Default : 110)
PINIONGEAR : 1 ~ 999(Default : 30)
TRANSRATIO : 1.00 ~ 99.99(Default : 2.00)
VR INFOMATION VRインフォメーション
▶ SOUND LOW
Adjusts the sound level of the transmitter buzzer.
オンテイ
2
パターン
1
ボリューム
5
BUZZER PATTERN
BUZZER VOLUME
ブレーキ
OK?
YES
4,5, Move slowly to full stroke, then release.
SOUND サウンド
BUZZER TONE
2204
2198
2
2194
2078
2075
2072
ST- LEFT ヒダリ
NUT センター
RIGHT ミギ
TH- HI
ゼンシン
NUT センター
【How to use】
When the spur, pinion and transmission ratio are
inputted, the gear ratio is automatically calculated
and shown on the right side of the display.
Left MAX
Right MAX
Hold
Full Throttle
Hold
Full Brake
6, Small window [Yes] comes active.
【Setting Range】
BUZZER TONE : 1 ~ 7
(Default : 2)
BUZZER PATTERN : 1 ~ 7
(Default : 1)
BUZZER VOLUME : 0 ~ 5
(Default : 5)
VR INFOMATION VRインフォメーション
ST- LEFT ヒダリ
NUT センター
RIGHT ミギ
TH- HI
ゼンシン
NUT センター
LOW
▶ VR INFORMATION
Adjust the potentiometer of the steering and throttle.
※ Please always set it:
○ When using EX-6 for the first time.
○ When changing a steering unit for a different
product or when putting it back together.
○ When changing a grip unit for a different product or
when putting it back together.
○ During use, when the volume was worn out.
1, Select [FUNCTION] on the initial screen and
push the ENTER key.
2, Select [SYSTEM] on the function screen and
push the ENTER key.
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ブレーキ
3949
2198
2
487
3313
2075
1463
OK?
YES
※ When operating the VR INFORMATION and
pressing the BACK key will cancel the operation.
Do not operate steering wheel and throttle trigger while
pressing ENTER, as this may change the data values
and affect subsequent operations. If this function is not
adjusted properly, improper operation may result.
VR Information timing may vary depending on usage.
If problems persist even after using VR Information,
contact your local kyosho distributor to arrange repairs.
(If you do not know well, we recommend that you give us
consult to our user consultation room)
SYSTEM MENU
▶ KEYSPEED Adjusts the delay between operations if the ET/BT
key is pressed repeatedly.
KEYSPEED キーソクド
KEYSPEED
キーソクド
MENUSPEED
メニューソクド
3
3
【Setting Range】
KEYSPEED : OFF ~ 5
(Default : 3)
MENUSPEED : OFF ~ 5
(Default : 3)
P
OFF:Key Repeat Disabled.
The larger value will shorten the delay time.
The ET/BT keys speed is fixed and can not be
independently changed.
▶ OPERATION ALARM When there is no input to the transmitter in over
three minutes, an alarm will sound. The alarm is
canceled when operating steering wheel, throttle
trigger, ET, BT key, ENT key, L R key, BACK key.
※ This function setting can not be changed nor
turned off.
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STEERING
TRAVEL Modify the overall amount of steering movement.
▶ ST BALANCE L R Steering BalanceL R
Adjust the left/right steering angles independently.
This enables the turning radii to match up during
cornering.
【Setting Range】
ST BALANCE L : 30 ~ 100
(Default : 70)
ST BALANCE R : 30 ~ 100
(Default : 70)
ST TRAVEL トラベル
P
ST TRAVEL:100
The set percentage is a ratio of the value set by the
Steering Travel.
P Steering balance can be adjusted by using
the steering wheel and ET key!
L 70%
N
If an ET key that is assigned to steering trim is pressed
while the steering is turned over halfway in either
direction, the balance of the direction of the turn can be
adjusted.
R70%
P
▶ ST TRAVEL Modify the overall amount of steering movement.
▶ L(BALANCE) Modify the left steering angle end point.
▶ R(BALANCE)
Modify the right steering angle end point.
▶ ST TRAVEL Steering Travel
Adjust the overall amount of steering servo movement
when the steering wheel is at full lock.
【Setting Range】
ST TRAVEL : 0 ~ 150
(Default : 100)
P
Since the Balance setting value is a ratio of the
Travel setting value, if the latter is modified the actual
movement value and the displayed graphic will also
change.(the Travel value will not change).
Steering will not operate if the Travel value is set to 0.
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If the trim is set to a large value, a large left/right value
discrepancy may result. If adjusting steering balance for
the first time, follow the procedures below.
① Set trim value to 0.
② Adjust sub trim so that the car drives in a straight line
when steering is in neutral position.
③ Use steering travel to match the overall steering
angle range.
④ Use steering balance to match the left/right turning
radii.
⑤ If the car does not drive straight at this point, use trim
to correct.
TRIM MENU
Adjusts the neutral/center position of the steering
angle range.
▶ ST SUBTRIM Adjust the position of the overall steering angle
range.
※ Also refer to Trim and Sub Trim Operation. (p.13) 【Setting Range】
ST SUBTRIM : L80 ~ 0 ~ R80
(Default : 0)
▶ ST TRIMRATE Adjusts the amount of movement associated with
one click of the trim button.
ST TRIM トリム
【Setting Range】
ST TRIM RATE : 1 ~ 10
(Default : 5)
トリム
ST TRIM : 0
ST SUBT R I M サブトリム
ST TRIMRATE トリムレート
:0
:5
▶ ST TRIM Steering Trim
Modify the neutral position of the steering angle.
▶ ST SUBTRIM Steering Subtrim
Shift the overall steering angle range.
▶ ST TRIMRATE Steering trim rate
Modify the amount of movement which corresponds to
one click of the Trim button.
▶ ST TRIM Adjusts the neutral/center position of the steering
angle range.
【Setting Range】
ST TRIM : L50 ~ 0 ~ R50
(Default : 0)
P
Setting adjustments prior to driving should be carried
out with the sub trim, not the trim.
The setting range cannot exceed what is set by [Steering
Travel] or [Steering Balance].
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P
Although the amount of movement of one interval can be
adjusted, the lower the number the smaller the amount
of movement.
P
The overall number of intervals does not change, so a
change in trim rate will result in a change in the range in
which the trim can be used to make corrections.
P
If the trim rate is changed when the trim is already set,
the trim may be thrown off. If the trim setting is 0 then
this does not apply.)
ST SPEED Steering SPEED
Modify the speed of the steering servo movement.
▶ ST TURN Steering Turn Speed
This function limits the maximum speed of the
steering servo by adjusting the steering turn direction
[TURN] setting.
【Setting Range】
ST TURN SPEED : 1 ~ 100%
(Default : 100%)
【Example】
When the car motion is too quick, you can reduce it. It
will be easy to control the car.
ST SPEED スピード
P
ST TURN 100 %
ターンスピード
ST RETURN 100%
リターンスピード
▶ ST TURN Steering Turn Speed
Modify the speed of the steering's turn movement.
▶ ST RETURN Steering Return Speed
Modify the speed of the steering's return movement.
For each setting, it has changed the optimal numerical
value in a variety of factors, such as your car, the road
surface. Conduct test drives to find the best setting
values.
▶ ST RETURN Steering Return Speed
This function limits the maximum speed of the
steering servo by adjusting the steering return
direction [RETURN] setting.
【Setting Range】
ST RETURN SPEED : 1 ~ 100%
(Default : 100%)
P
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For each setting, it has changed the optimal numerical
value in a variety of factors, such as your car, the road
surface. Conduct test drives to find the best setting
values.
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