F-27 Evolution ™
Instruction Manual
Bedienungsanleitung
Manuel d’utilisation
Manuale di Istruzioni
SAFE® Select Technology, Optional Flight Envelope Protection
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WARNING: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of property damage, collateral damage, and serious injury OR create a high
probability of superficial injury.
CAUTION: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of physical property damage AND a possibility of serious injury.
NOTICE: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create a possibility of physical property damage AND little or no possibility of injury.
WARNING: Read the ENTIRE instruction manual to become familiar with the features of the product before operating. Failure to operate the product
correctly can result in damage to the product, personal property and cause serious injury.
This is a sophisticated hobby product. It must be operated with caution and common sense and requires some basic mechanical ability. Failure to operate this
Product in a safe and responsible manner could result in injury or damage to the product or other property. This product is not intended for use by children
without direct adult supervision. Do not use with incompatible components or alter this product in any way outside of the instructions provided by Horizon
Hobby, LLC. This manual contains instructions for safety, operation and maintenance. It is essential to read and follow all the instructions and warnings in the
manual, prior to assembly, setup or use, in order to operate correctly and avoid damage or serious injury.
14+
AGE RECOMMENDATION:
Not for children under 14
years. This is not a toy.
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found in a Horizon Hobby product, always purchase from Horizon Hobby, LLC or a Horizon Hobby
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and warranty with regards, but not limited to, compatibility and performance of counterfeit products or products
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Safety Precautions and Warnings
As the user of this product, you are solely responsible for operating in a
manner that does not endanger yourself and others or result in damage to the
product or the property of others.
• Always keep a safe distance in all directions around your model to avoid
collisions or injury. This model is controlled by a radio signal subject to
interference from many sources outside your control. Interference can
cause momentary loss of control.
• Always operate your model in open spaces away from full-size vehicles,
traffic and people.
• Never operate your model with low transmitter batteries.
• Always keep aircraft in sight and under control.
• Always use fully charged batteries.
• Always keep transmitter powered on while aircraft is powered.
• Always remove batteries before disassembly.
• Always keep moving parts clean.
• Always keep parts dry.
• Always carefully follow the directions and warnings for this and any
optional support equipment (chargers, rechargeable battery packs, etc.).
• Always let parts cool after use before touching.
• Always keep all chemicals, small parts and anything electrical out of the
reach of children.
• Always ensure failsafe is properly set before flying.
• Always avoid water exposure to all equipment not specifically designed
and protected for this purpose. Moisture causes damage to electronics.
• Never touch moving parts.
• Always remove batteries after use.
• Never operate aircraft with damaged wiring.
• Never place any portion of the model in your mouth as it could cause
serious injury or even death.
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Box Contents
Quick Start Information
Transmitter
Setup
Dual Rates
Set up your transmitter using the
transmitter setup chart
Hi Rate
Low Rate
Ail
20mm
15mm
Ele
22mm
17mm
15mm
Center of
Gravity (CG)
140mm forward from the firewall.
Flight Timer
Setting
4 minutes
Specifications
TTable of Contents
Motor: BL10 1920Kv
(EFLM101920)
Installed
Installed
ESC: 40A ESC (EFLA1040LB)
Installed
Installed
Servos: Digital servo (PKZ1090)
Installed
Installed
Receiver: Spektrum™ AR636A
6-Channel Sport Receiver
(SMPAR636A)
Recommended Battery: 11.1V
3S 2200-3200mAh 30C Li-Po
(EFLB22003S30, EFLB32003S30)
Recommended Battery Charger:
3-cell Li-Po battery balancing
charger
Recommended Transmitter:
Full-Range 6 channel (or more)
2.4GHz with Spektrum
DSM2®/DSMX® technology with
adjustable Dual Rates
Required
to
Complete
Required
to
Complete
Required
to
Complete
Required
to
Complete
Required
to
Complete
Required
to
Complete
Required
to
Complete
Installed
24.1 in (612mm)
37.1 in (943mm)
28.4 oz (805g)
SSAFE® Select Technology (BNF only) ..................................................4
Prefl
P ight .............................................................................................4
Transmitter
T
Setup (BNF only)..............................................................4
Model
M
Assembly ................................................................................5
Transmitter
T
and Receiver Binding/ SAFE Select On/Off (BNF only) ......6
Receiver
R
Selection and Installation (PNP only) ....................................7
Battery
B
Installation and ESC Arming ...................................................7
Final
F
Setup ........................................................................................8
SAFE
S ® Select Switch Designation (BNF only) ......................................8
Control
C
Horn and Servo Arm Settings .................................................8
Center
C
of Gravity (CG) .......................................................................9
Control
C
Direction Test .........................................................................9
AS3X
A
Control Response Test (BNF only) ..............................................9
Flying
F
Tips and Repairs ....................................................................10
In
I Flight Trimming (BNF only) ...........................................................10
Post
P Flight .......................................................................................10
Operation
O
on 4S LiPo Batteries (optional) .........................................11
Optional
O
FPV Nose Installation (not included) ....................................11
Motor
M
Service ..................................................................................12
Troubleshooting
Guide AS3X ............................................................12
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Troubleshooting
Guide .....................................................................13
T
AMA
A National Model Aircraft Safety Code .........................................14
Limited
Warranty .............................................................................15
L
Contact
Information .........................................................................16
C
FCC
F Information ...............................................................................16
IC
I Information ..................................................................................16
Compliance
Information for the European Union ...............................16
C
Recommended
Receivers ................................................................58
R
Replacement
Parts...........................................................................59
R
Optional
Parts ..................................................................................59
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373 sq/in (24.1
sq/dm)
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FFor up-to-date information on how to register with the FAA,
vvisit https://registermyuas.faa.gov/.
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kknowbeforeyoufly.org/.
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SAFE® Select Technology (BNF only)
The evolutionary SAFE® Select technology can offer an extra level of protection so you can perform the first flight with confidence. No complex transmitter
programming is required. Just follow the simple bind process to make the SAFE Select system active. When activated, bank and pitch limitations keep you from
over-controlling and automatic self-leveling makes recovery from risky or confusing attitudes as simple as releasing the sticks. In fact, with the aileron, elevator
and rudder sticks in the neutral position, SAFE Select will automatically keep the airplane in a straight and level attitude.
Expand the advantage of what SAFE® Select technology offers by assigning it to a switch. No transmitter programming is required and you’ll be able to turn
the system ON and OFF with the flip of a switch. For example, turn SAFE select ON for takeoffs to counter the torque of the propeller. Turn it OFF in flight for
unrestricted aerobatic performance, and turn it back ON when a buddy wants to try out your cool aircraft. Turn SAFE Select ON for landings. It will help keep the
correct pitch attitude and wings level during the final approach. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, SAFE Select can make your flights a great experience.
When the normal bind process is followed, the SAFE Select system is disabled, leaving specially tuned AS3X® technology in place to deliver a pure, unrestricted
flight experience.
Preflight
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove and inspect contents.
Read this instruction manual thoroughly.
Charge the flight battery.
Setup Transmitter using transmitter setup chart.
Fully assemble the airplane.
Install the flight battery in the aircraft (once it has been fully charged).
Check the Center of Gravity (CG).
Bind the aircraft to your transmitter.
9. Make sure linkages move freely.
10. Perform the Control Direction Test with the transmitter.
11. Perform the AS3X Control Direction Test with the aircraft.
12. Adjust flight controls and transmitter.
13. Perform a radio system Range Test.
14. Find a safe open area to fly.
15. Plan flight for flying field conditions.
Transmitter Setup (BNF only)
IMPORTANT: After you set up your model, always rebind the transmitter and
receiver to set the desired failsafe positions.
Dual Rates
Take first flights in Low Rate. For landings, use high rate elevator.
NOTICE: To ensure AS3X® technology functions properly, do not lower rate
values below 50%. If lower rates are desired, manually adjust the position of
the pushrods on the servo arm.
NOTICE: If oscillation occurs at high speed, refer to the Troubleshooting
Guide for more information.
Expo
After first flights, you may adjust expo in your transmitter.
Computerized Transmitter Setup
Start all transmitter programming with a blank ACRO model (perform a
model reset), then name the model.
HIGH 100%
Set Dual Rates to
LOW 70%
Set Servo Travel to
100%
HIGH RATES 30%
Set Servo Expo to
LOW RATE
DXe
DX6i
DX7S
DX8
Refer to spektrumrc.com for the appropriate download setup.
1. Go to the SETUP LIST MENU
2. Set MODEL TYPE: ACRO
1. Go to the SYSTEM SETUP
2. Set MODEL TYPE: AIRPLANE
3. Set WING TYPE: NORMAL
1. Go to the SYSTEM SETUP
DX6e
2. Set MODEL TYPE: AIRPLANE
DX6 (Gen2)
DX7 (Gen2)
DX8 (Gen2)
DX9
DX10t
3. Set AICRAFT TYPE:
WING: 1 AIL
DX18
DX20
CAUTION: Elevon mixing is automatically applied by the AR636
receiver. If you are using the BNF version of this aircraft, you must
set the Wing Type to 1 AIL. Changing the Wing Type to any other setting
will cause loss of control of the aircraft.
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Model Assembly
Installing the Wings
1. Insert the wing rods into the fuselage.
2. Slide the wings onto the wing rods and push the wing into position until the clips snap into place.
Vertical Tail Installation
Insert the vertical stabilizers into position and press down,
ensuring they click into position.
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Transmitter and Receiver Binding / Switching ON and OFF SAFE Select (BNF only)
This product requires an approved Spektrum™ DSM2®/DSMX® compatible
transmitter. Visit www.bindnfly.com for a complete list of approved transmitters.
Switching ON SAFE Select Binding Sequence
The aircraft has an optional SAFE Select feature, which can be switched ON or
OFF easily by binding in a specific manner as described below.
IMPORTANT: Before binding a transmitter, read the Transmitter Setup section of this Install Bind Plug
manual to ensure that your transmitter is properly programmed for this aircraft.
Bind Plug Installation
Remove Bind Plug
Bind TX to RX
RX in Bind Mode
Switching OFF SAFE Select Binding Sequence
Remove Bind Plug
Install Bind Plug
BIND PLUG
Bind TX to RX
RX in Bind Mode
Binding Procedure / Switching ON SAFE Select
Binding Procedure / Switching OFF SAFE Select
IMPORTANT: The included AR636 receiver has been programmed for
operation specifically for this aircraft. Refer to the receiver manual for
correct setup if the receiver is replaced or is used in another aircraft.
IMPORTANT: The included AR636 receiver has been programmed for
operation specifically for this aircraft. Refer to the receiver manual for
correct setup if the receiver is replaced or is used in another aircraft.
CAUTION: When using a Futaba® transmitter with a Spektrum DSM
module, you must reverse the throttle channel and rebind. Refer to
your Spektrum module manual for binding and failsafe instructions. Refer to
your Futaba transmitter manual for instructions on reversing the throttle
channel.
1. Make sure the transmitter is powered off.
2. Move the transmitter controls to neutral (flight controls: rudder, elevators
and ailerons) or to low positions (throttle, throttle trim).*
3. Install a bind plug in the receiver bind port.
4. Place the aircraft level on its wheels, connect the flight battery to the ESC.
The ESC will produce a series of sounds. 3 flat tones followed immediately
by 2 ascending tones confirm that the LVC is set correctly for the ESC. The
orange bind LED on the receiver will begin to flash rapidly.
5. Remove the bind plug from the bind port.
6. Take 3 steps away from the aircraft /receiver and then power ON the
transmitter while holding the transmitter bind button or switch. Refer to
your transmitter’s manual for specific binding instructions.
CAUTION: When using a Futaba® transmitter with a Spektrum DSM
module, you must reverse the throttle channel and rebind. Refer to
your Spektrum module manual for binding and failsafe instructions. Refer to
your Futaba transmitter manual for instructions on reversing the throttle
channel.
1. Make sure the transmitter is powered off.
2. Move the transmitter controls to neutral (flight controls: rudder, elevators
and ailerons) or to low positions (throttle, throttle trim). *
3. Install a bind plug in the receiver bind port.
4. Place the aircraft level on its wheels, connect the flight battery to the ESC.
The ESC will produce a series of sounds. 3 flat tones followed immediately
by 2 ascending tones confirm that the LVC is set correctly for the ESC.
The orange bind LED on the receiver will begin to flash rapidly. DO
NOT remove the bind plug at this time.
5. Take 3 steps away from the aircraft /receiver and then power ON the
transmitter while holding the transmitter bind button or switch. Refer to
your transmitter’s manual for specific binding instructions.
IMPORTANT: Do not to point the transmitter’s antenna directly at the
receiver while binding.
IMPORTANT: Do not to point the transmitter’s antenna directly at the
receiver while binding.
IMPORTANT: Keep away from large metal objects while binding.
7. The receiver is bound to the transmitter when the orange bind light on
the receiver stays orange. The ESC will produce a series of sounds. 3 flat
tones followed immediately by 2 ascending tones. The tones indicate the
ESC is armed, provided the throttle stick and throttle trim are low enough
to trigger arming.
IMPORTANT: Once bound, the receiver will retain its bind and last setting
until it has been intentionally changed, even when power is cycled ON and
OFF. However, if you notice that bind has been lost, simply repeat the binding
processs.
IMPORTANT: Keep away from large metal objects while binding.
6. The receiver is bound to the transmitter when the orange bind light on
the receiver stays orange. The ESC will produce a series of sounds. 3 flat
tones followed immediately by 2 ascending tones. The tones indicate the
ESC is armed, provided the throttle stick and throttle trim are low enough
to trigger arming.
7. Remove the bind plug from the bind port.
IMPORTANT: Once bound, the receiver will retain its bind and last setting
until it has been intentionally changed, even when power is cycled ON and
OFF. However, if you notice that bind has been lost, simply repeat the binding
processs.
SAFE Select ON Indication
Every time the receiver is powered ON the surfaces will cycle back and forth
twice with a slight pause at neutral position to indicate that SAFE Select is
switched ON.
The throttle will not arm if the transmitter’s throttle control is not put at the
lowest position. If you encounter problems, follow the binding instructions and
refer to the transmitter troubleshooting guide for other instructions. If needed,
contact the appropriate Horizon Product Support office.
SAFE Select OFF Indication
Every time the receiver is powered ON the surfaces will cycle back and forth
once to indicate that SAFE Select has been switched OFF.
The throttle will not arm if the transmitter’s throttle control is not put at the
lowest position. If you encounter problems, follow the binding instructions and
refer to the transmitter troubleshooting guide for other instructions. If needed,
contact the appropriate Horizon Product Support office.
*Failsafe
If the receiver loses transmitter communication, the failsafe will activate. When activated, failsafe moves the throttle channel to its preset
failsafe position (low throttle) that was set during binding. All other channels move to actively level the aircraft in flight.
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Receiver Selection and Installation (PNP only)
The Spektrum AR636 receiver is recommended for ths airplane. If you choose
to install another receiver, ensure that it is at least a 6-channel full range
(sport) receiver. Refer to your receiver manual for correct installation and
operation instructions.
CAUTION: When using a Futaba® transmitter with a Spektrum DSM
module, you must reverse the throttle channel and rebind. Refer to
your Spektrum module manual for binding and failsafe instructions. Refer
to your Futaba transmitter manual for instructions on reversing the throttle
channel. All flight surfaces must also be checked for the correct direction.
Installation (AR636 shown)
AR636
Configuration
BND/PRG = BIND
1 = Throttle
2 = (L) Elevon
3 = (R) Elevon
4-6 = NA
1. Remove the canopy from the fuselage.
2. Mount the receiver parallel to the length of the fuselage as shown. Use doublesided servo tape.
3. Attach the appropriate control surfaces to the their respective ports on the
receiver using the chart in the illustration.
4. Configure your radio control system to mix the Aileron and Elevator commands
to the servos. This is called elevon mixing. The Spektrum AR636 applies
elevon mixing in the receiver programming once properly configured. Most
conventional receivers will require Elevon mixing to be manually set up in the
transmitter. Consult your radio system manual for more information.
CAUTION: Incorrect installation of the receiver could cause a crash. Elevon
Mixing is required. This airplane is unflyable without an elevon mix enabled.
Battery Installation and ESC Arming
Battery Selection
The E-flite® 2200mAh 11.1V 3S 30C Li-Po battery (EFLB22003S30) is
recommended. Refer to the Optional Parts List for other recommended batteries.
If using a battery other than those listed, the battery should be within the range
of capacity, dimensions and weight of the E-flite Li-Po battery packs to fit in the
fuselage. Be sure the model balances at the recommended CG before flying.
1. Lower the throttle and throttle trim to the lowest settings. Power on the
Transmitter, then wait 5 seconds.
2. Lift the hatch at the plastic hard point to remove.
3. For added security, apply the loop side (soft side) of the
optional hook and loop tape to the bottom of your
battery and the hook side to the battery tray.
4. Install the fully charged battery in the middle of the
battery compartment, as shown. Secure using the
hook and loop strap.
5. Connect the battery to the ESC (the ESC is now armed).
6. Keep the aircraft immobile and away from wind upright
and on flat surface or the AR636 receiver will not initialize
(BNF only).
• The ESC will produce a series of sounds. A single tone
followed by 3 flat tones indicating cell count, then 3
ascending tones indicating the ESC is armed.
• An LED will light on the receiver.
7. Reinstall the battery hatch.
CAUTION: Always
keep hands away
from the propeller. When
armed, the motor will turn
the propeller in response to
any throttle movement.
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Final Setup
Control Surface Centering
After assembly and transmitter setup, confirm that the control surfaces are
centered. If the control surfaces are not centered, mechanically center the control
surfaces by adjusting the linkages.
If adjustment is required, turn the ball link on the linkage to change the length of
the linkage between the servo arm and the control horn.
After binding a transmitter to the aircraft receiver, set the trims and sub-trims to
0, then adjust the ball links to center the control surfaces.
• Turn the linkage
clockwise or
counterclockwise until
the control surface is
centered.
• Attach the linkage
to the servo arm or
control horn after
adjustment.
SAFE® Select Switch Designation (BNF only)
SAFE® Select technology can be easily assigned to any open switch (2 or 3
position) on your transmitter. With this new feature, you now have the flexibility
to enable or disable the technology while in flight.
Mode 1 and 2 Transmitters
IMPORTANT: Before assigning your desired switch, ensure that the travel for
that channel is set at 100% in both direction.
Assigning a switch
1. Bind the aircraft correctly to activate SAFE Select. This will allow the system
to be assigned to a switch.
2. Hold both transmitter sticks to the inside bottom
corners and toggle the desired switch 5 times (1
toggle = full up and down) to assign that switch. The
control surfaces of the aircraft will move, indicating
the switch has been selected.
100%
x5
3 position Switch
2 position Switch
100%
Repeat the process to assign a different switch if desired.
NOTICE: SAFE Select is assignable on any unused Channels 5–9.
Control Horn and Servo Arm Settings
The table to the right shows the factory settings for the control horns and servo
arms. Fly the aircraft at factory settings before making changes.
NOTICE: If control throws are changed from the factory settings, the AR636
gain values may need to be adjusted. Refer to the Spektrum AR636 manual
for adjustment of gain values.
After flying, you may choose to adjust the linkage positions for the desired
control response. See the table to the right.
Factory
Configuration
Arms
Elevons
More control throw
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Horns
Less control throw
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Center of Gravity (CG)
The CG location is measured from firewall forward. This CG location has been
determined with the recommended Li-Po battery (EFLB22003S300).
140mm
Control Direction Test
1. Place the aircraft into a mode without SAFE®
technology.
2. Face the aircraft away from you.
3. Move the sticks on the transmitter and ensure
the aircraft responds as shown.
Transmitter
Input
Control Surface Reaction
(viewed from the rear)
Transmitter
Input
Control Surface Reaction
(viewed from the rear)
Aileron
right
Elevator
forward
Aileron
left
Elevator
back
AS3X Control Response Test (BNF only)
This test ensures that the AS3X® control system is functioning properly.
Assemble the aircraft and bind your transmitter to the receiver before
performing this test.
Aircraft
Movement
Control Surface Reaction
(viewed from the rear)
1. Raise the throttle just above 25%, then lower the throttle to
activate AS3X technology.
CAUTION: Keep all body parts, hair and loose clothing away from a
moving propeller, as these items could become entangled.
2. Move the entire aircraft as shown and ensure the control surfaces move in
the direction indicated in the graphic. If the control surfaces do not respond
as shown, do not fly the aircraft. Refer to the receiver manual for more
information.
Once the AS3X system is active, control surfaces may move rapidly. This is
normal. AS3X remains active until the battery is disconnected.
Pitch up
Pitch down
Roll left
Roll right
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Flying Tips and Repairs
Consult local laws and ordinances before choosing a flying location.
Range Check your Radio System
Before flying, range check the radio system. Refer to the instruction manual
included with the transmitter for range test information.
Oscillation
Once the AS3X system is active (after advancing the throttle for the first time), you will
normally see the control surfaces react to aircraft movement. In some flight conditions
you may see oscillation (the aircraft rocks back and forth on one axis due to overcontrol).
If oscillation occurs, refer to the Troubleshooting Guide for more information.
Hand Launch
CAUTION: Do not apply throttle until after throwing the F-27 aircraft.
Do not throw the F-27 with the motor turned on. A weak throw may
result in the propeller striking your hand, which could cause serious injury.
SAFE mode is recommended for
launching.
Climbs at 100%
throttle.
Get help to hand launch the
aircraft if possible. If you must
hand launch the aircraft alone,
hold the aircraft in your dominant
hand and the transmitter in your
other hand. Begin with the power
off, then throw the airplane. Apply
throttle after the model is in the air.
Launch the model Into the wind
with the wings level and the nose
only a few degrees above level.
Wind 0–10 mph
(0–16 km/h)
Flying
For your first flights with the
recommended battery pack
(EFLB22003S30), set your transmitter
timer or a stopwatch to 5 minutes. After five minutes, land the aircraft. Adjust your timer
for longer or shorter flights once you have flown the model. If at any time the motor power
reduces, land the aircraft immediately to recharge the flight battery. See the Low Voltage
Cutoff (LVC) section for more details on maximizing battery health and run time.
NOTICE: If a crash is imminent, reduce the throttle and
trim fully. Failure to do so could result in extra damage
to the airframe, as well as damage to the ESC and
motor.
NOTICE: After any impact, always ensure the receiver
is secure in the fuselage. If you replace the receiver,
install the new receiver in the same orientation as the
original receiver or damage may result.
WARNING:
Always decrease
throttle at propeller
strike.
NOTICE: Crash damage is not covered under warranty.
NOTICE: When you are finished flying, never leave the
aircraft in direct sunlight or in a hot, enclosed area such
as a car. Doing so can damage the aircraft.
Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC)
LVC is configured for 3S batteries out of the box. When a Li-Po battery is
discharged below 3V per cell, it will not hold a charge. The ESC protects the
flight battery from over-discharge using LVC. LVC prevents the battery from
discharging too deeply by reducing power and pulsing the motor, which
doubles as an audio alert. Land immediately when the ESC indicates LVC is
being used to ensure there is power reserved for flight controls and a safe
landing.
Disconnect and remove the Li-Po battery from the aircraft after use to prevent
it from being over discharged.
NOTICE: Repeated flying to LVC will damage the battery.
Tip: Monitor your aircraft battery’s voltage before and after flying by using a
Li-Po Cell Voltage Checker (EFLA111, sold separately).
Repairs
Thanks to the Z-Foam™ material in this aircraft, repairs to the foam can be
made using virtually any adhesive (hot glue, regular CA, epoxy, etc). When parts
are not repairable, see the Replacement Parts List for ordering by item number.
For a listing of all replacement and optional parts, refer to the list at the end of
this manual.
NOTICE: Use of CA accelerant on your aircraft can damage paint. DO NOT
handle the aircraft until the accelerant fully dries.
Landing
Land the aircraft into the wind. Use a small amount of throttle for the entire descent.
Lower the throttle to ¼ and add a small amount of up elevator to hold the nose up
and bleed off airspeed. Keep the throttle on until the aircraft is ready to flare. During
flare, keep the wings level and the aircraft pointed into the wind. Gently lower the
throttle while pulling back on the elevator to keep the nose up until the aircraft settles
down on its skid.
In Flight Trimming (BNF only)
During your first flight, trim the aircraft for level flight at 3/4 throttle with flaps
up. Make small trim adjustments with your transmitter’s trim switches to
straighten the aircraft’s flight path.
3 Seconds
After adjusting the trim, do not touch the control sticks for 3 seconds. This
allows the receiver to learn the correct settings to optimize AS3X performance.
Failure to do so could affect flight performance.
Post Flight
1. Disconnect the flight battery from the ESC (Required for Safety and
battery life).
2. Power OFF the transmitter.
3. Remove the flight battery from the aircraft.
4. Recharge the flight battery.
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5. Repair or replace all damaged parts.
6. Store the flight battery apart from the aircraft and monitor the
battery charge.
7. Make note of the flight conditions and flight plan results, planning for
future flights.
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Operation on 4S LiPo Batteries (optional)
The F-27 Evolution™ aircraft can be flown out of the box on 3S and is capable of handling 4S batteries on the included speed controller, motor and propeller
combination, but the LVC setting in the ESC comes with a cutoff for a 3S battery. For 4S operation, the ESC LVC settings should be changed to a 4S LVC setting
or 74% cutoff. When power is applied to the ESC, it causes the motor to make a tone, indicating the current LVC settings. 3 even tones indicate the ESC is set
for a 3S battery LVC cuttoff, 4 tones indicate a 4S setting, and a series of ascending and descending tones indicates the generic 74% LVC cuttoff setting. The
74% Cutoff is flexible for different cell counts, but does have a potential downside; you must always start with a fully charged battery pack or LVC doesn’t work
correctly.
The EFLA1040LB ESC features a full feature programming menu with settings for the brake, timing, throttle input range, start up rate, switching frequency, and
operating mode. Only the first menu point for LVC settings should be changed for going between 3S and 4S batteries on the aircraft. The full manual for the ESC
can be found at HorizonHobby.com for more infomation.
Entering the programming mode
1. Move the throttle stick to full throttle before turning on the transmitter and then connect the battery to the ESC.
2. After indicating the current LVC setting, the motor will emit two sets of fast ringing tones to indicate the ESC is ready to be programmed. Move the throttle stick
to the center after the tones to enter the programming menu.
3. The motor will beep 1 time, which indicates the LVC menu selection. Move the throttle stick to full throttle to select the LVC menu. There is a delay of approximately
5 seconds before the next menu option. If the motor indicates the next menu point with 2 tones before moving the throttle stick, the ESC has moved on to the next
programming feature in the menu. If that happens, unplug
NOTICE: Failure to change the LVC cutoff to 12.0 volts for 4S operation may damage the battery.
the battery and begin again.
4. To make the LVC selection, move the throttle stick to the
center after the tones have indicated the chosen LVC setting.
A. 3 short tones indicate a 3S LVC setting.
CAUTION: The 74% cutoff option will activate the soft cutoff at 74% of the startup
voltage, or 9.2V, whichever is higher. When using the 74% cutoff setting, it is important
to always start with a fully charged battery. Failure to start with a fully charged battery may result
in too low of an LVC setting, which could damage the battery if it is over-discharged.
B. 4 short tones indicate a 4S LVC setting.
C. Skip over 5 tones for 5S LVC and 6 tones for 6S LVC.
A series of ascending and descending short tones will indicate the 74% cutoff setting.
5. The motor will emit a high and a low tone 2 times, indicating it accepted the programming selection, then continue with 2 even tones for other programming
features. Do not move the stick away from center. Unplug the battery to finish programming.
Lower the throttle before connecting the battery to the ESC for use. Subsequently, when the ESC is armed it will confirm the LVC selection by causing the motor to
emit the tones indicating the LVC setting.
Optional FPV Nose Installation (not included)
A
1. Twist the original nose cone counterclockwise and remove it from the airplane.
2. Feed the servo lead through the hole and route it to it to the receiver. Plug it into any open port on the receiver, it is only used for power.
3. Align the FPV nose cone and rotate it clockwise to lock it in position.
Using the Video Transmitter
Consult local laws and ordinances before operating FPV equipment.
In some areas, FPV operation may be limited or prohibited. You are
responsible for operating this product in a legal and responsible manner.
We recommend becoming familiar with the flight characteristics of the aircraft
using line-of-sight prior to attempting to fly through the FPV system. After you
are comfortable flying the aicraft, follow the directions below to operate the video
transmitter in conjunction with your video monitor or goggles to explore flying via FPV.
See the Available Frequency table to find the desired video channel and band. The
video transmitter channel and band are changed using the button on the video
transmitter, as shown. There are 6 LEDs on the video transmitter board. The red
LED is the channel indicator. The next 5 blue LEDs are the band indicators.
Available Frequencies, North America (mHz)
Band
Band A
Band B
Band E
FS/IRC
RaceBand
CH 1
5865
5733
5705
5740
5658
CH 2
5845
5752
5685
5760
5695
CH 3
5825
5771
5665
5780
5732
CH 4
5805
5790
5665
5800
5769
Channel Selection:
1. Channel 1 is indicated by the red LED glowing solid.
2. Press the button to cycle through the channels (1-8). The red LED will
flash once as you cycle through each channel. Press the button once for
each channel until the desired channel is reached. If unsure of the current
transmitter channel, press the button to cycle the channels until you reach
channel 1, indicated by a solid red LED, then cycle to the channel desired.
Band Selection:
1. Press and hold the button to change the video transmitter band.
2. Each time the button is pressed and held, the blue band LED will indicate a
change to the next available band. The blue LEDs indicate FS/IRC band, band E
(North America only), band A, race band and band B, as shown in the illustration.
CH 5
5785
5809
5885
5820
5806
CH 6
5765
5828
5905
5840
5843
CH 7
5745
5847
5905
5860
5880
CH 8
5725
5866
5905
5880
5917
Video Transmitter LEDs
CH 5
5785
5809
5820
5806
CH 6
5765
5828
5840
5843
CH 7
5745
5847
5860
5843
CH 8
5745
5866
5860
5843
150mW
North American
version
Band
Available Frequencies, European Union (mHz)
Band
Band A
Band B
FS/IRC
RaceBand
CH 1
5865
5733
5740
5732
CH 2
5845
5752
5760
5732
CH 3
5825
5771
5780
5732
CH 4
5805
5790
5800
5769
Channel
25mW
EU
version
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Motor Service
CAUTION: Always disconnect the flight battery before
performing motor service.
Disassembly
1. Remove the prop nut and then remove the propeller and prop
adaptor from the motor shaft.
2. Remove the 4 screws (A), the motor, and X-mount from the
fuselage.
3. Disconnect the motor wires from the ESC wires.
4. Remove the 4 screws (B) and motor from the X-mount.
B
Assembly
5. Assemble in reverse order.
• Correctly align and connect the motor wire colors with the
ESC wires.
• Install the propeller with the paint facing out from the
motor.
A
• Tighten the spinner screw to secure the propeller into place.
A
3 x 12mm
self-tapping
button head
B
3 x 8mm
button head
machine
Wiring not shown
Troubleshooting Guide AS3X
Problem
Oscillation
Inconsistent flight
performance
Incorrect response
to the AS3X Control
Direction Test
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Possible Cause
Damaged propeller or spinner
Imbalanced propeller
Motor vibration
Loose receiver
Loose aircraft controls
Worn parts
Irregular servo movement
Trim is not at neutral
Sub-Trim is not at neutral
Aircraft was not kept
immobile for 5 seconds
after battery connection
Incorrect direction settings
in the receiver, which can
cause a crash
Solution
Replace propeller or spinner
Balance the propeller
Replace parts or correctly align all parts and tighten fasteners as needed
Align and secure receiver in fuselage
Tighten or otherwise secure parts (servo, arm, linkage, horn and control surface)
Replace worn parts (especially propeller, spinner or servo)
Replace servo
If you adjust trim more than 8 clicks, adjust the clevis to remove trim
No Sub-Trim is allowed. Adjust the servo linkage
With the throttle stick in lowest position. Disconnect battery, then reconnect battery and keep the aircraft
still for 5 seconds
DO NOT fly. Correct the direction settings (refer to the receiver manual), then fly
F-27 Evolution ™
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Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
Possible Cause
Throttle not at idle and/or throttle trim too high
Throttle servo travel is lower than 100%
Throttle channel is reversed
Motor disconnected from ESC
Damaged propeller and spinner, collet or motor
Extra propeller noise Propeller is out of balance
or extra vibration
Prop nut is too loose
Flight battery charge is low
Reduced flight time Propeller installed backwards
or aircraft underFlight battery damaged
powered
Flight conditions may be too cold
Battery capacity too low for flight conditions
Aircraft will not respond to throttle but
responds to other
controls
Transmitter too near aircraft during binding process
Aircraft or transmitter is too close to large metal
object, wireless source or another transmitter
The bind plug is not installed correctly in the bind port
Flight battery/transmitter battery charge is too low
Bind switch or button not held long enough during
bind process
Transmitter too near aircraft during connecting
process
Aircraft or transmitter is too close to large metal
object, wireless source or another transmitter
Aircraft will not
Bind plug left installed in bind port
connect (after
binding) to
Aircraft bound to different model memory
transmitter
(ModelMatchTM radios only)
Flight battery/Transmitter battery charge is too low
Transmitter may have been bound to a different aircraft using different DSM protocol
Control surface, control horn, linkage or servo damage
Wire damaged or connections loose
Control surface does Transmitter is not bound correctly or the incorrect
airplanes was selected
not move
Flight battery charge is low
BEC (Battery Elimination Circuit) of the ESC is
damaged
Aircraft will not Bind
(during binding) to
transmitter
Controls reversed
Transmitter settings are reversed
Motor power pulses
then motor loses
power
ESC uses default soft Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC)
Weather conditions might be too cold
Battery is old, worn out, or damaged
Battery C rating might be too small
Solution
Reset controls with throttle stick and throttle trim at lowest setting
Make sure throttle servo travel is 100% or greater
Reverse throttle channel on transmitter
Make sure motor is connected to the ESC
Replace damaged parts
Balance or replace propeller
Tighten the prop nut
Completely recharge flight battery
Install propeller with numbers facing forward
Replace flight battery and follow flight battery instructions
Make sure battery is warm before use
Replace battery or use a larger capacity battery
Move powered transmitter a few feet from aircraft, disconnect and reconnect
flight battery to aircraft
Move aircraft and transmitter to another location and attempt binding again
Install bind plug in bind port and bind the aircraft to the transmitter
Replace/recharge batteries
Power off transmitter and repeat bind process. Hold transmitter bind
button or switch until receiver is bound
Move powered transmitter a few feet from aircraft, disconnect and reconnect
flight battery to aircraft
Move aircraft and transmitter to another location and attempt connecting again
Rebind transmitter to the aircraft and remove the bind plug before cycling power
Select correct model memory on transmitter
Replace/recharge batteries
Bind aircraft to transmitter
Replace or repair damaged parts and adjust controls
Do a check of wires and connections, connect or replace as needed
Re-bind or select correct airplanes in transmitter
Fully recharge flight battery
Replace ESC
Perform the Control Direction Test and adjust the controls on transmitter
appropriately
Recharge flight battery or replace battery that is no longer performing
Postpone flight until weather is warmer
Replace battery
Use recommended battery
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AMA National Model Aircraft Safety Code
Effective January 1, 2014
B. RADIO CONTROL
A. GENERAL
1. All pilots shall avoid flying directly over unprotected people, vessels,
vehicles or structures and shall avoid endangerment of life and property
of others.
A model aircraft is a non-human-carrying aircraft capable of sustained flight
in the atmosphere. It may not exceed limitations of this code and is intended
exclusively for sport, recreation, education and/or competition. All model flights
must be conducted in accordance with this safety code and any additional
rules specific to the flying site.
1. Model aircraft will not be flown:
(a) In a careless or reckless manner.
(b) At a location where model aircraft activities are prohibited.
2. Model aircraft pilots will:
(a) Yield the right of way to all man carrying aircraft.
(b) See and avoid all aircraft and a spotter must be used when appropriate.
(AMA Document #540-D.)
(c) Not fly higher than approximately 400 feet above ground level within
three (3) miles of an airport, without notifying the airport operator.
(d) Not interfere with operations and traffic patterns at any airport, heliport
or seaplane base except where there is a mixed use agreement.
(e) Not exceed a takeoff weight, including fuel, of 55 pounds unless in
compliance with the AMA Large Model Aircraft program. (AMA
Document 520-A.)
(f) Ensure the aircraft is identified with the name and address or AMA
number of the owner on the inside or affixed to the outside of the
model aircraft. (This does not apply to model aircraft flown indoors).
(g) Not operate aircraft with metal-blade propellers or with gaseous boosts
except for helicopters operated under the provisions of AMA Document
#555.
(h) Not operate model aircraft while under the influence of alcohol or while
using any drug which could adversely affect the pilot’s ability to safely
control the model.
(i) Not operate model aircraft carrying pyrotechnic devices which explode
or burn, or any device which propels a projectile or drops any object
that creates a hazard to persons or property.
Exceptions:
• Free Flight fuses or devices that burn producing smoke and are
securely attached to the model aircraft during flight.
• Rocket motors (using solid propellant) up to a G-series size may
be used provided they remain attached to the model during flight.
Model rockets may be flown in accordance with the National
Model Rocketry Safety Code but may not be launched from
model aircraft.
• Officially designated AMA Air Show Teams (AST) are authorized to
use devices and practices as defined within the Team AMA
Program Document (AMA Document #718).
(j) Not operate a turbine-powered aircraft, unless in compliance with the
AMA turbine regulations. (AMA Document #510-A).
2. A successful radio equipment ground-range check in accordance with
manufacturer’s recommendations will be completed before the first flight
of a new or repaired model aircraft.
3. At all flying sites a safety line(s) must be established in front of which all
flying takes place (AMA Document #706.)
(a) Only personnel associated with flying the model aircraft are allowed at
or in front of the safety line.
(b) At air shows or demonstrations, a straight safety line must be
established.
(c) An area away from the safety line must be maintained for spectators.
(d) Intentional flying behind the safety line is prohibited.
4. RC model aircraft must use the radio-control frequencies currently allowed
by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Only individuals
properly licensed by the FCC are authorized to operate equipment on
Amateur Band frequencies.
5. RC model aircraft will not operate within three (3) miles of any pre-existing
flying site without a frequency-management agreement (AMA Documents
#922 and #923.)
6. With the exception of events flown under official AMA Competition
Regulations, excluding takeoff and landing, no powered model may be
flown outdoors closer than 25 feet to any individual, except for the pilot
and the pilot’s helper(s) located at the flight line.
7. Under no circumstances may a pilot or other person touch a model aircraft
in flight while it is still under power, except to divert it from striking an
individual.
8. RC night flying requires a lighting system providing the pilot with a clear
view of the model’s attitude and orientation at all times. Hand-held illumination systems are inadequate for night flying operations.
9. The pilot of a RC model aircraft shall:
(a) Maintain control during the entire flight, maintaining visual contact
without enhancement other than by corrective lenses prescribed for
the pilot.
(b) Fly using the assistance of a camera or First-Person View (FPV) only
in accordance with the procedures outlined in AMA Document #550.
(C) Fly using the assistance of autopilot or stabilization system only in
accordance with the procedures outlined in AMA Document #560.
Please see your local or regional modeling association’s guidelines for proper, safe
operation of your model aircraft.
3. Model aircraft will not be flown in AMA sanctioned events, air shows or
model demonstrations unless:
(a) The aircraft, control system and pilot skills have successfully
demonstrated all maneuvers intended or anticipated prior to the
specific event.
(b) An inexperienced pilot is assisted by an experienced pilot.
4. When and where required by rule, helmets must be properly worn and
fastened. They must be OSHA, DOT, ANSI, SNELL or NOCSAE approved or
comply with comparable standards.
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F-27 Evolution ™
EN
Limited Warranty
What this Warranty Covers
Horizon Hobby, LLC, (Horizon) warrants to the original purchaser that the
product purchased (the “Product”) will be free from defects in materials and
workmanship at the date of purchase.
What is Not Covered
This warranty is not transferable and does not cover (i) cosmetic damage, (ii)
damage due to acts of God, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, commercial
use, or due to improper use, installation, operation or maintenance, (iii)
modification of or to any part of the Product, (iv) attempted service by
anyone other than a Horizon Hobby authorized service center, (v) Product not
purchased from an authorized Horizon dealer, or (vi) Product not compliant
with applicable technical regulations, or (vii) use that violates any applicable
laws, rules, or regulations.
OTHER THAN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY ABOVE, HORIZON MAKES NO OTHER
WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, AND HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE PURCHASER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THEY
ALONE HAVE DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCT WILL SUITABLY MEET THE
REQUIREMENTS OF THE PURCHASER’S INTENDED USE.
Purchaser’s Remedy
Horizon’s sole obligation and purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedy shall be
that Horizon will, at its option, either (i) service, or (ii) replace, any Product
determined by Horizon to be defective. Horizon reserves the right to inspect
any and all Product(s) involved in a warranty claim. Service or replacement
decisions are at the sole discretion of Horizon. Proof of purchase is required
for all warranty claims. SERVICE OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS THE PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
Limitation of Liability
HORIZON SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR PRODUCTION OR
COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SUCH CLAIM
IS BASED IN CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY
OR ANY OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY, EVEN IF HORIZON HAS BEEN ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Further, in no event shall the
liability of Horizon exceed the individual price of the Product on which
liability is asserted. As Horizon has no control over use, setup, final assembly,
modification or misuse, no liability shall be assumed nor accepted for any
resulting damage or injury. By the act of use, setup or assembly, the user
accepts all resulting liability. If you as the purchaser or user are not prepared
to accept the liability associated with the use of the Product, purchaser is
advised to return the Product immediately in new and unused condition to the
place of purchase.
Law
These terms are governed by Illinois law (without regard to conflict of law
principals). This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also
have other rights which vary from state to state. Horizon reserves the right to
change or modify this warranty at any time without notice.
WARRANTY SERVICES
Questions, Assistance, and Services
Your local hobby store and/or place of purchase cannot provide warranty
support or service. Once assembly, setup or use of the Product has been
started, you must contact your local distributor or Horizon directly. This will
enable Horizon to better answer your questions and service you in the event
that you may need any assistance. For questions or assistance, please visit
our website at www.horizonhobby.com, submit a Product Support Inquiry, or
call the toll free telephone number referenced in the Warranty and Service
Contact Information section to speak with a Product Support representative.
street address, email address and phone number where you can be reached
during business hours. When sending product into Horizon, please include
your RMA number, a list of the included items, and a brief summary of the
problem. A copy of your original sales receipt must be included for warranty
consideration. Be sure your name, address, and RMA number are clearly
written on the outside of the shipping carton.
NOTICE: Do not ship LiPo batteries to Horizon. If you have any issue with
a LiPo battery, please contact the appropriate Horizon Product Support
office.
Warranty Requirements
For Warranty consideration, you must include your original sales receipt
verifying the proof-of-purchase date. Provided warranty conditions have
been met, your Product will be serviced or replaced free of charge. Service or
replacement decisions are at the sole discretion of Horizon.
Non-Warranty Service
Should your service not be covered by warranty, service will be
completed and payment will be required without notification or estimate
of the expense unless the expense exceeds 50% of the retail purchase
cost. By submitting the item for service you are agreeing to payment of the
service without notification. Service estimates are available upon request. You
must include this request with your item submitted for service. Non-warranty
service estimates will be billed a minimum of ½ hour of labor. In addition you
will be billed for return freight. Horizon accepts money orders and cashier’s
checks, as well as Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards.
By submitting any item to Horizon for service, you are agreeing to Horizon’s
Terms and Conditions found on our website http://www.horizonhobby.com/
content/_service-center_render-service-center.
ATTENTION: Horizon service is limited to Product compliant in the
country of use and ownership. If received, a non-compliant Product will
not be serviced. Further, the sender will be responsible for arranging
return shipment of the un-serviced Product, through a carrier of the
sender’s choice and at the sender’s expense. Horizon will hold noncompliant Product for a period of 60 days from notification, after which
it will be discarded.
10/15
Inspection or Services
If this Product needs to be inspected or serviced and is compliant in the
country you live and use the Product in, please use the Horizon Online Service
Request submission process found on our website or call Horizon to obtain a
Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number. Pack the Product securely
using a shipping carton. Please note that original boxes may be included,
but are not designed to withstand the rigors of shipping without additional
protection. Ship via a carrier that provides tracking and insurance for lost or
damaged parcels, as Horizon is not responsible for merchandise until it arrives
and is accepted at our facility. An Online Service Request is available at http://
www.horizonhobby.com/content/_service-center_render-service-center. If you
do not have internet access, please contact Horizon Product Support to obtain
a RMA number along with instructions for submitting your product for service.
When calling Horizon, you will be asked to provide your complete name,
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EN
Contact Information
Country of Purchase
United States
of America
Horizon Hobby
Horizon Service Center
(Repairs and Repair Requests)
Horizon Product Support
(Product Technical Assistance)
Sales
European Union
Contact Information
servicecenter.horizonhobby.com/
RequestForm/
productsupport@horizonhobby.com
877-504-0233
websales@horizonhobby.com
800-338-4639
Horizon Technischer Service
service@horizonhobby.eu
Sales: Horizon Hobby GmbH
+49 (0) 4121 2655 100
Address
4105 Fieldstone Rd
Champaign, Illinois, 61822 USA
Hanskampring 9
D 22885 Barsbüttel, Germany
FCC Information
FCC ID: BRWDASRX15
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTICE: Modifications to this product will void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
IC Information
IC: 6157A-AMRX15
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.”
Compliance Information for the European Union
EU Compliance Statement:
EFL5675 F-27D Evolution PNP; Horizon Hobby, LLC hereby declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of the EMC Directive.
EFL5650 F-27D Evolution BNF; Horizon Hobby, LLC hereby declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the RED and EMC Directives.
A copy of the EU Declaration of Conformity is available online at: http://www.horizonhobby.com/content/support-render-compliance.
Instructions for disposal of WEEE by users in the European Union
This product must not be disposed of with other waste. Instead, it is the user’s responsibility to dispose of their waste equipment by handing it over
to a designated collections point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste
equipment at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and make sure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health
and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or where you purchased the product.
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IT
Recommended Receivers•Empfohlene Empfänger
Récepteurs Recommandés•Ricevitori Raccomandati
PNP Only • Nur PNP • PNP Uniquement • Solo PNP
Part # | Nummer
Numéro | Codice
Description
AR400 4-Channel DSMX
Aircraft Receiver
AR610 6-Channel Coated Air
SPMAR610
Receiver
Telemetry Equipped
Receivers
SPMAR400
SPMAR6600T
SPMAR6270T
SPMAR8010T
SPMAR9030T
SPMAR636
SPMAR7350
SPMAR9350
Beschreibung
Descrizione
AR400-4-Kanal-DSMXFlugzeugempfänger
Ummantelter AR610-6-KanalFlugzeugempfänger
Récepteur d’avion DSMX
4 canaux AR400
Récepteur aérien avec
revêtement 6 canaux AR610
Ricevente aereo AR400 DSMX
4 canali
Ricevente aereo AR610 6 canali
con rivestimento
Empfänger mit Telemetrie
Récepteurs avec télémétrie
Riceventi con telemetria
AR6600T-6-KanalAR6600T 6-Channel Air
Flugzeugempfänger mit
Integrated Telemetry Receiver
integrierter Telemetrie
AR6270T 6-Channel Carbon
AR6270T-6-Kanal-KarbonFuse Integrated Telemetry
Sicherungsempfänger mit
Receiver
integrierter Telemetrie
AR8010T-8-KanalAR8010T 8-Channel Air
Flugzeugempfänger mit
Integrated Telemetry Receiver
integrierter Telemetrie
AR9030T-9-KanalAR9030T 9-Channel Air
Flugzeugempfänger mit
Integrated Telemetry Receiver
integrierter Telemetrie
AS3X Equipped Receivers
AS3X-Empfänger
AR636 6-Channel AS3X Sport AR636-6-Kanal-AS3XReceiver
Sportempfänger
AS3X and Telemetry
AS3X- und
Equipped Receivers
Telemetrieempfänger
AR7350 7-Channel AS3X
Receiver with Integrated
AR7350-7-Kanal-Empfänger
Telemetry
AR9350 7-Channel AS3X
Receiver with Integrated
AR9350-7-Kanal-Empfänger
Telemetry
Telemetry Sensors*
Telemetriesensoren*
SPMA9574
Aircraft Telemetry Airspeed
Indicator
SPMA9589
Aircraft Telemetry Altitude and Flugzeugtelemetrie-Höhen- und
Variometer Sensor
Variometer-Sensor
SPMA9558 Brushless RPM Sensor
Description
FlugzeugtelemetrieLuftgeschwindigkeitsanzeige
Bürstenloser Drehzahlsensor
Récepteur aérien avec
télémétrie intégrée 6 canaux
AR6600T
Récepteur à fusibles en carbone
avec télémétrie intégrée 6
canaux AR6270T
Récepteur aérien avec
télémétrie intégrée 8 canaux
AR8010T
Récepteur aérien avec
télémétrie intégrée 9 canaux
AR9030T
Récepteurs avec AS3X
Récepteur AS3X sport 6 canaux
AR636
Récepteurs avec AS3X et
télémétrie
Riceventi con AS3X
AR636 ricevitore sportivo a 6
canali AS3X
Riceventi con AS3X e
telemetria
Récepteur 7 canaux AR7350
Ricevente AR7350 7 canali
Récepteur 7 canaux AR9350
Ricevente AR9350 7 canali
Capteurs télémétriques*
Indicateur télémétrique de
vitesse aérodynamique pour
avion
Indicateur télémétrique
d’altitude et variomètre pour
avion
Capteur de tr/min sans balai
Sensori di telemetria*
Ricevente aereo AR6600T 6
canali con telemetria integrata
Ricevente AR6270T 6 canali con
telemetria integrata per fusoliera
in carbonio
Ricevente aereo AR8010T 8
canali con telemetria integrata
Ricevente aereo AR9030T 9
canali con telemetria integrata
Telemetria per aerei Anemometro
Telemetria per aerei - Sensore
altimetrico e variometro
Sensore RPM brushless
Telemetria per aerei - Sensore
Aircraft Telemetry Flight Pack FlugzeugtelemetrieCapteur télémétrique de niveau
per la misura dell’energia della
SPMA9605
Battery Energy Sensor
Flugakkupack-Energiesensor
de batterie de vol pour avion
batteria di bordo
Capteur télémétrique GPS pour Telemetria per aerei - Sensore
SPMA9587 Aircraft Telemetry GPS Sensor Flugzeugtelemetrie-GPS-Sensor
avion
GPS
*Not compatible with BNF, Telemetry receiver required
*Nicht kompatibel mit BNF, Telemetrieempfänger erforderlich
*Non compatible avec les modèles BNF, récepteur télémétrique requis
*Non compatibile con BNF, necessita di ricevente con telemetria
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F-27 Evolution ™
IT
Replacement Parts • Ersatzteile • Pièces de rechange • Pezzi di ricambio
Part # | Nummer
Numéro | Codice
EFL5601
EFL5602
EFL5603 EFL5604
EFL5605
EFL5607 EFL5608
EFL5608EU
EFL5609
EFL5610
EFL5611 EFL5612
EFL5613 EFLM101920 PKZ1090
EFLP155122
SPMAR636
EFLA1040LB
Description
Fuselage
Wing set
Beschreibung
Description
Rumpf
Flügelsatz
Fuselage
Ensemble d’ailes
Ensemble stabilisateurs
Fin set
Seitenleitwerks
verticaux
Hatch
Abdeckung
Trappe
Pushrod set
Gestängesatz
Ensemble de barres de liaisons
Nose
Nase
Nez
Fpv nose
Fpv-nase
Nez fpv
Fpv nose, eu
Fpv-nase, eu
Nez fpv, eu
Wing clips
Flügelklemmen
Attaches d’ailes
Motor mount
Motorhalterung
Support moteur
Wing tube set
Flügelrohrsatz
Ensemble de tubes d’ailes
Hardware set
Hardwaresatz
Ensemble de matériel
Prop adapter
Propeller-adapter
Adaptateur d’hélice
BL10 outrunner: 1920kv
BL10 ausläufer 1920kv
Cage tournante BL10 : 1920kv
Servo
Servo
Servo
155mm × 122mm Propeller, F27 155mm × 122mm Propeller, F27 155mm × 122mm Hélice, F27
AR636 6-channel AS3X sport
AR636-6-kanal-AS3XRécepteur AS3X sport 6 canaux
receiver
sportempfänger
AR636
40 Amp esc
40 Amp esc
40 Amp esc
Descrizione
Fusoliera
Set ali
Set coda verticale
Calotta
Set aste di comando
Muso
Muso fpv
Muso fpv, eu
Clip ali
Supporto motore
Set tubo ali
Set bulloneria
Adattatore elica
BL10 outrunner: 1920kv
Servo
155mm × 122mm Elica, F27
AR636 ricevitore sportivo a 6
canali AS3X
40 Amp esc
Optional Parts • Optionale Bauteile • Pièces optionnelles • Pezzi opzionali
Part # | Nummer
Description
Numéro | Codice
EFLA250
Park Flyer Tool Assortment, 5 pc
Beschreibung
Descrizione
Assortiment d'outils park flyer, 5pc
Park Flyer assortimento attrezzi, 5 pc
EC3 Akkukabel, Buchse (2)
Prise EC3 femelle (2pc)
EC3 Connettore femmina x
batteria (2)
EC3 Device/Battery Connector, Male/
Female
EFLB22003S30 11.1V 3S 30C 2200MAH Li-Po
EFLB25003S30 11.1V 3S 30C 2500MAH Li-Po
EC3 Kabelsatz, Stecker/Buchse
Prise EC3 male/femelle
11.1V 3S 30C 2200mAh LiPo
11.1V 3S 30C 2500mAh LiPo
Li-Po 3S 11,1V 2200mA 30C
Li-Po 3S 11,1V 2500mA 30C
EC3 Connettore batteria maschio/
femmina
11.1V 3S 30C 2200MAH Li-Po
11.1V 3S 30C 2500MAH Li-Po
EFLRB18004S35 14.8V 3S 35C 1800MAH Li-Po
14.8V 4S 35C 1800mAh LiPo
Li-Po 4S 14,8V 1800mA 30C
14.8V 4S 35C 1800MAH Li-Po
EFLB22004S30 14.8V 4S 30C 2200MAH Li-Po
14.8V 4S 30C 2200mAh LiPo
Li-Po 4S 14,8V 2200mA 30C
14.8V 4S 30C 2200MAH Li-Po
EFLAEC302
EC3 Battery Connector, Female (2)
EFLAEC303
Park Flyer Werkzeugsortiment, 5 teilig
Description
DYNC3005
Passport Duo 400W Dual AC/DC Touch
Charger
Passport Duo 400 W Duales Wechsel-/Gleichstrom-Ladegerät
Chargeur Passport Duo 400W AC/DC,
écran tactile
Caricabatteria AC/DC Passport Duo
Touch 400 W
KXSC1004
KX50D Duo 2 x 50W AC/DC Charger
KX50D Duo 2 x 50 W Wechsel-/
Gleichstrom-Ladegerät
Chargeur KX50D Duo 2 x 50W AS/DC
Caricabatteria AC/DC KX50D Duo
2 x 50 W
DYNC2010CA
Ladegerät Prophet Sport
Prophet Sport Plus 50W AC DC Charger Dynamite
Plus 50W AC/DC EU
AS3X Programming Cable - Audio
Spektrum Audio-Interface AS3X EmpInterface
fänger Programmierkabel
AS3X Programming Cable - USB
Spektrum USB-Interface AS3X EmpInterface
fänger Programmierkabel
Li-Po Cell Voltage Checker
Li-Po Cell Voltage Checker
Dynamite
LiPoCharge Protection Bag
Li-Po Charge Protection Bag, Large
groß
Dynamite LiPoCharge Protection Bag
Li-Po Charge Protection Bag, Small
klein
DXe DSMX 6-Channel Transmitter
Spektrum DXe DSMX 6-Kanal Sender
DX6eDSMX 6-Channel Transmitter
Spektrum DX6e DSMX 6-Kanal Sender
DX6 DSMX 6-Channel Transmitter
Spektrum DX6 DSMX 6-Kanal Sender
DX7G2 DSMX 7-Channel Transmitter
Spektrum DX7 DSMX 7 Kanal Sender
DX8G2 DSMX 8-Channel Transmitter
Spektrum DX8G2 DSMX 8 Kanal Sender
DX9 DSMX 9-Channel Transmitter
Spektrum DX9 DSMX 9 Kanal Sender
DX18 DSMX 18-Channel Transmitter
Spektrum DX18 DSMX 18 Kanal Sender
DX20 DSMX 20-Channel Transmitter
Spektrum DX 20 DSMX 20 Kanal Sender
SPMA3081
SPMA3065
EFLA111
DYN1405
DYN1400
Chargeur Prophet Sport Plus 50W AC
DC
Câble de programmation audio AS3X
pour smartphone
Câble de programmation USB AS3X
pour PC
Testeur de tension d’éléments Li-Po
Sac de charge Li-Po, grand modèle
Sac de charge Li-Po, petit modèle
Emetteur DXe DSMX 6 voies
Emetteur DX6e DSMX 6 voies
Emetteur DX6 DSMX 6 voies
Emetteur DX7 DSMX 7 voies
Emetteur DX8G2 DSMX 8 voies
Emetteur DX9 DSMX 9 voies
Emetteur DX18 DSMX 18 voies
Emetteur DX20 DSMX 20 voies
Caricabatterie Prophet Sport Plus
50W AC DC
Cavo di programmazione AS3X Interfaccia audio
Cavo di programmazione AS3X Interfaccia USB
Voltmetro verifica batterie LiPo
Sacchetto grande di protezione per
carica LiPo
Sacchetto piccolo di protezione per
carica LiPo
DXe DSMX Trasmettitore 6 canali
DX6e DSMX Trasmettitore 6 canali
DX6 DSMX Trasmettitore 6 canali
DX7 DSMX Trasmettitore 7 canali
DX8G2 DSMX Trasmettitore 8 canali
DX9 DSMX Trasmettitore 9 canali
DX18 DSMX Trasmettitore 18 canali
DX 20 DSMX Trasmettitore 20 canali
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© 2018 Horizon Hobby, LLC.
E-flite, F-27 Evolution, DSM, DSM2, DSMX, Bind-N-Fly, BNF, the BNF logo, Plug-N-Play, AS3X, SAFE, the SAFE logo, ModelMatch, Z-Foam, Passport, Prophet,
EC3, and the Horizon Hobby logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Horizon Hobby, LLC.
The Spektrum trademark is used with permission of Bachmann Industries, Inc.
Futaba is a registered trademark of Futaba Denshi Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha Corporation of Japan
All other trademarks, service marks and logos are property of their respective owners.
US 8,672,726. US 9,056,667. Other patents pending.
http://www.e-fliterc.com/
EFL5650, EFL5675
Updated 1/18 54544.3
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