mz-10 Radio
No. S1001
OPERATING INSTRUCTION
Prior to use, please read this manual thoroughly.
Keep this manual in a convenient place for quick and easy reference.
BEFORE USE
Contents
• Before Use
• Support and Service
- Customer support
- Internet sales site
- A/S regulation
- Warranty regulation
• Openhobby A/S Center
1. Box Contents
2. Safety Notes
3. Features
4. Specification
5. Transmitter Control Identification
6. Adjustble Stick Length
7. Adjustble Stick Testion
8. Mode exchange of throttle stick for Mode 1 and Mode 2
9. What is HoTT
• Operation
1. Battery Installation
2. Charging Batteries
3. Turn on the transmitter
4. Binding
5. Servo Reversing
6. Dual Rate
7. Delta Wing
8. 2 AILE
9. V-Tail
10. FailSafe
11. RF Trainer
12. Country setting
13. Stick setting
14. Range testing
• Error
• Smart Box
• Firmware Update
• Safety Approval
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2P
2P
2P
3P
3P
3P
3P
4P
5P
5P
5~7P
8P
8P
8P
8P
8P
9P
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9P
10P
10P
10P
10~11P
11~12P
12P
12~13P
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14P
14~15P
Thank you for purchasing mz-10 HoTT 2.4GHz Radio System. This system is extremely
versatile and may be used by beginners and pros alike. In order for you to make the best
use of your system and to fly safely, please read this manual carefully. If you have any
difficulties while using your system, please consult the manual, our online Frequently Asked
Questions (on the web pages referenced below), your hobby dealer, or the Graupner/
SJ Service Center. Due to unforeseen changes in production procedures, the information
contained in this manual is subject to change without notice.
SUPPORT AND SERVICE
• Customer support
Please contact your Graupner/SJ importer in your region of the world or visit
“www.openhobby.com” to assist you with any questions, problems or service needs.
• Internet sales site
Please feel free to contact “www.openhobbby.com” to get all information on product features,
specifications, running events and the newest product line up.
• A/S regulation
Only when the product is faulty after normal operation within the warranty period, we will
repair the product for free based on our regulations. The repair will be paid for by the consumer when the damage is due to use in improper ways or beyond the warranty period.
• Warranty regulation
Refer the WARRANTY CARD in a Package.
OPENHOBBY A/S CENTER
Graupner/SJ USA (OPENHOBBY LLC)
Phone : +1 855-5-RCisHoTT (+1 855-572-4746)
E - mail : service@openhobby.com
3245 University Ave, Suite 1520, San Diego, CA 92104
1. BOX CONTENTS
•
mz-10 HoTT Transmitter
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•
GR-12L 6 Channel Receiver
Manual
Shunt connecter
•
•
•
•
Charger
Waranty Card
Battery
NOTICE
All instructions, warranties and other collateral documents are subject to change at the sole
discretion of Graupner/SJ. For up-to-date product literature, visit
http://www.openhobby.com and click on the support tab for this product.
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 and NOT a toy. 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 attempt disassembly, use with incompatible components or augment product in
any way without the approval of Graupner/SJ. 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.
2. SAFETY NOTES
This is a sophisticated hobby product and NOT a toy. 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 attempt disassembly, use with incompatible components or augment product in any way
without the approval of Graupner/SJ. 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.
1. D
o not fly your model near spectators, parking areas or any other area that could result in
injury to people or damage of property.
2. The radio system is affected by signal environment and the electronic jamming signals
can cause disorientation and loss of control of your aircraft.
3. S
ince models are hazardous when operated and maintained incorrectly, install and operate a radio control system correctly and always pilot a model so the model is kept under
control in all conditions
4. Ensure
that all channels are working in the proper manner.
5. D
o not fly during adverse weather conditions. Poor visibility can cause disorientation and
loss of control of your aircraft. Strong winds can cause similar problems
6. W
hen working with a model, always power on the transmitter first and power off the
transmitter last.
7. After a model is bound to a transmitter and the model is set up in the transmitter, always
bind the model to the transmitter again to establish failsafe settings.
8. When working with a model, always power on the transmitter first and power off the transmitter last.
9. Ensure all batteries are full charged before flying.
10. Only to use the recommended adapter when charging the battery of the transmitter and
receiver
11.The transmitter shouldn’t be switched off at any time during flight
12. Perform a range check of the transmitter and the model before flying the model
13. Make sure all control surfaces correctly respond to transmitter controls before flying.
14. Perform the programming setup of the transmitter after removing a power battery from a
model or stopping an engine of a model.
15. Don’t move or touch the transmitter antenna during flight
3. FEATURES
1. 5 channels radio control set with Graupner/SJ HoTT 2.4 GHz technology(Hopping Intellective
Telemetry)
2.The use of up to 75 channels ensures extreme operating reliability and immunity to
external interference.
3. Real-Time Telemetry analysis.
4 . D
isplaying Telemetry data and programming receiver outputs with the optional
Graupner/SJ Smart-Box and the optional sensors.
5. Future-proof update capability using data interface.
6.Advanced HoTT wireless trainer system makes Teacher and Pupil system more enjoyable and gives user convenience for the teaching/learning.
7. Simple, ultra-fast binding of transmitter and receiver.
8. Extremely fast re-binding, even at maximum range.
4. SPECIFICATION
Transmitter mz-10
Receiver GR-12L
Frequency band
2.4~2.4835GHz
2.4~2.4835GHz
Modulation
FHSS
FHSS
Output power
100mW
Current drain
Approx 125mA
Approx 70mA
Operating voltage
3.4V~6V
3.6V~8.4V
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5. TRANSMITTER CONTROL IDENTIFICATION
Antenna
TX Handel
RF Trainer Switch
5 Channel Switch
Dual Rate Switch
Neck Strap Lug
Rudder and
Elevator Stick
Throttle and
Elevator Trim
Throttle Trim
Battery Cover
Aileron Stick
Power Switch
Rudder Trim
Aileron Trim
Mode Button
Direction Button
Bind LED
Wing Mix LED
Channel
Reverse LED
Charge Socket
Data Pin
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6. ADJUSTBLE STICK LENGTH
8. Mode exchange of throttle stick for Mode 1 and Mode 2
The control stick is consisted of 2pc of stick levers and it allows you to adjust the control
stick’s length as you want.
1. Hold the lever“B”and turn the lever“A”
counter clockwise The lock will be released.
2. Turn the lever“B”and adjust the control
stick’s length as you want. Turn the lever“A”
clockwise, then the lever“A”and“B”are
interlocked and fixed.
Lever“A”
1 Unscrew the transmitter’s rear case
and remove the rear case and disassemble the tension spring from the
centering cam in the elevator gimbal
of mode 1 transmitter with tweezers
2
Disassemble the centering cam
form the gimbal
Lever“B”
7. ADJUSTBLE STICK TENSION
The mz-10 offers adjustable tension on the throttle, aileron, elevator and rudder sticks.
1. Remove the battery cover and battery form the transmitter.
2. Unscrew the six Philips head screws that hold the transmitter’s rear cover and remove the
rear case.
3. Using a Philips screw driver, adjust the stick tension screw for the desired control. Clock wise to tighten and counter clockwise to loosen.
Tension spring
Centering cam
Model 1
Centering cam
Elevator tension
3 Unscrew the tension spring control
bolt in the elevator gimbal of mode 1
transmitter
4
Disassemble 2pcs of leaf spring
in the throttle gimbal of mode 1
transmitter
Aileron tension
Rudder tension
Model 2
Aileron tension
Rudder tension
Elevator tension
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5 Unscrew the tension spring control
bolt in the elevator gimbal of mode
1 transmitter
7 Assemble 2pcs of disassembled leaf
spring from the throttle gimbal of
mode 1 transmitter into the elevator
gimbal and adjust the bolt for the
desired control
6 Screw the disassembled bolt from
the throttle gimbal of mode 1 transmitter into the elevator gimbal to fix
the controller
9 Assemble the centering cam into the
throttle gimbal of mode 1 transmitter and
set the spring in the center control part and
the centering cam with tweezers
10 Screw the disassembled tension
control bolt from the elevator gimbal
of mode 1 transmitter into the throttle
gimbal and adjust the bolt for the
desired control
8 Assemble the disassembled centering
cam form the elevator gimbal of mode 1
transmitter into the throttle gimbal pin
Tension spring
Assemble the transmitter’s rear case and switch to mode 2 from mode 1 at Stick mode
page in the transmitter programming setup section according to the manual.
NOTICE
Make sure to test all functions are normally operated in mode 2 before flying
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The sticks of mz-10 Europe Version shall be operated by tension Modes.
According to the below picture with guideline, after disabling the other side stick, you can pick
the throttle channel of mode 1 or 2.
The method of Disabling Tension
The both sticks could be used tension or throttle types according to the users.
At first, you can open the case of Transmitter.
If you turn the screw clockwise at the blow black-colored circle, the tension function shall be
disabled.
If you want to use the one stick by throttle function, you can disable the tension of the stick.
Please refer to the below picture, you can adjust the screw.
The Spring Strength Adjustment of Elevator, Aileron and Rudder Stick.
According to your preference, you can adjust the spring tension by tightening the related screws
for elevator, aileron and rudder stick.
There are related screws beside return-spring as below picture.
You can tighten the related screws for tension its adjustment (elevator, aileron and rudder).
There are the screws at the black-colored circles. You can tighten the screw for stronger and
loosen for smoothly.
Please refer to the below picture, you can adjust the screw.
Ratchet Type Options and Strength Adjustment for Throttle Stick.
There are two options for the ratchet type of throttle stick. The one is clank type generally
operating airplane and the other one is no-clank type usually operating helicopter.
The right sided screw of the black-colored circles on the below picture is for strength adjustment of throttle ratchet spring in case of operating helicopter (no-clank type).
The left sided screw of the black-colored circles on the below picture is for strength adjustment of throttle ratchet spring in case of operating airplane (clank type).
Therefore, you can pick your required type by tightening the related screw (left screw for
airplane; right screw for helicopter).
Please refer to the below picture, you can adjust the screw.
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9. WHAT IS HoTT
Graupner/SJ
Transmitter Charge Jack Polarity
CAUTION
HoTT stands for Hopping Sequence Telemetric
Technology, it is Graupner/SJ’s unique telemetry
technology in 2.4GHz signal protocol that supports
Bi directional data transmission gives user real-time
information on things like user model’s RPM,
Voltage, Temperature, User programmed warning,
and etc. The use of up to 75 channels ensures
extreme operating reliability and immunity to external
interference thanks to optimized frequency hopping
broad channel sequence.
OPERATION
1. Battery Installation
Optional NiCd or NiMH 1.2-volt AA rechargeable 4-cell batteries can be used. A battery connecter
is on the inside of the transmitter for convenient recharging. Graupner/SJ offers rechargeable
NiCd, NiMH batteries, part number S22331.
Remove the battery cover and install the battery pack
ensuring the polarity of the battery connecter.
Charge only rechargeable batteries.
Non-rechargeable batteries may burst
causing injury to persons and/or damage to property. Never leave charging
batteries unattended.
All Graupner/SJ charge jacks are center-pin negative. This is the opposite of many chargers. Before using a charger make sure the connector is center-pin negative. This can be
done using a voltmeter. Also unlike conventional radio systems that use 8 cells to power the
transmitter, the mz-10 uses 4 cells. This is due to the electronics being more efficient. When
charging, be sure to use a charger designed for a 4-cell 4.8-volt battery pack when charging
the transmitter.
3. Turn on the transmitter
Leave the trainer switch to Normal position and turn on the transmitter.
Normal
Teacher
Pupil
2. Charging Batteries
The included charger is designed to recharge your batteries at a rate of 150mA. Do not use
this charger for equipment other than Graupner/SJ transmitters that use 4-cell battery packs.
The charging plug polarity may not be the same and equipment damage can result. During the
charging operation, the charger’s temperature is slightly elevated. This is normal.
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The mz-10 is compatible with all current Graupner/SJ aircraft receivers (R Series)
4. Binding
You must bind the receiver to the transmitter before the receiver will operate. Binding teaches
the receiver the specific code of the transmitter so that it will only connect to it’s corresponding
transmitter.
1. Switch on the transmitter and receiver.
2.Press & hold the SET button on the receiver for over 3 sec until the receiver enters BIND
mode.
3. Press the MODE button on the transmitter, the system will be connected within a few
seconds. Once connected, the bind LED on the transmitter will turn solid orange and the
status LED on the receiver will turn solid green, indicating the receiver is bound to the
transmitter. If the binding process has failed, repeat the whole procedure.
6. Dual Rate
Transmitter
Receiver
LED before binding
LED after Binding
Orange LED Off
Green LED Off
Orange LED On
Green LED On
The mz-10 offers a dual rare function on aileron, elevator and rudder. When the DUAL
RATE SWITCH is in the up position, 100% travel is achieved on the aileron, elevator
and rudder channels. When the switch is in the down position a reduced travel of 70% is
achieved on the aileron, elevator and rudder channels. This is useful allowing the aircraft
to have a high control rate (switch in the up position) for aggressive maneuvers and a low
control rate (switch in down position) for smooth, precise maneuvers.
5. Servo Reversing
According to the LED status of each channel, you may check that the direction of servo
rotation is in the normal or reverse, LED blinking means that direction of servo rotation is in
the normal and LED turning on means that the direction of servo rotation is in the reverse.
1. Press & hold the DIRECTION button for over 2 sec and then release the button, the
transmitter enters reverse mode and the LED of No. 1 channel blinks.
2. Press the MODE button, the LED of No. 1 channel goes solid and the direction of servo
rotation is in the reverse.
3. Whenever you press the DIRECTION button, you may select the channel that you want
and may set the direction of servo rotation in the same method above.
4. After setting servo reversing function, press & hold the DIRECTION button for over 2 sec
and then release the button, now all servo reverse setting is stored to the transmitter.
100 %
70 %
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7. Delta Wing
The mz-10 offers a delta wing mix. delta wing mixing combines the function of ailerons with
the function of the elevator to allow precise control of both roll and pitch for delta wing aircraft.
1.Press & hold the DIRECTION button for over 2 sec and then release the button, the transmitter enters Reverse mode.
2. Press the DIRECTION button repeatedly until the delta LED is on, then the transmitter enters
delta mode. If delta mode is not set previously, the LED would blink.
3. Press the MODE button, the LED goes solid and delta wing function is activated.
4. After setting delta wing function, press & hold the DIRECTION button for over 2 sec and then
release the button, the delta LED turns solid green, the delta wing setting is stored to the
transmitter.
8. 2 AILE
2 ailerons function is designed to allow more precise control. you may use 2 separate channels
to control the left and right aileron
1. Press & hold the DIRECTION button for over 2 sec and then release the button to enter
reverse mode.
2. Press the DIRECTION button repeatedly until the 2 aile LED is on, then the transmitter enters
2 aile mode. If 2 aile mode is not set previously, the LED would flash.
3. Press the MODE button, the LED goes solid and 2 aile function is activated.
4. After setting 2 aile function, press & hold the DIRECTION button for over 2 sec and then
release the button, 2 aile LED turns solid green and 2 aile setting is stored to the transmitter.
Function setting
LED
DELTA
Green LED On
2 AILE
Green LED On
DELTA and 2 AILE
2 Green LED On
Description
Delta wing function is activated,
2 Aile and V-tail functions are de-activated.
2 Aile function is activated,
Delta and V-tail functions are de-activated.
V-tail function is activated,
Delta and 2 aile functions are de-activated.
NOTICE
You may select only 1 function of delta, 2 aile and V-tail
When mz-10 is switched on, the status LED of each function that you set is turned
on for 5 seconds to indicate which function has been set.
9. V-Tail
If the model features a V-tail instead of a conventional tail, you need to set V-tail.
1. Press & hold the DIRECTION button for over 2 sec and then release the button, the transmitter enters reverse mode.
2. After setting of delta and 2 aile according to above described procedure, press & hold the
DIRECTION button for over 2 sec and then release the button. Delta LED and 2 aile LED go
solid green together and V-tail function is activated. Delta LED and 2 aile LED are off after 5
seconds.
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10. FailSafe
When you bind your transmitter, you are programming the receiver with failsafe defaults.
Graupner/SJ receiver has 4 Failsafe modes: FAILSAFE, HOLD, OFF and STANDARD.
1-1. Switch on the receiver and place transmitter RF TRAINER SWITCH at normal position. Press and hold the MODE
button and switch on the transmitter. The Graupner/SJ logo
repeat to blink a single red with a single beep, indicating that
you entered the failsafe mode. Every time you press MODE
button at failsafe mode, the 4 modes are changed in turns.
Normal
Teacher
Pupil
Button
Mode
LED status and beep
FAILSAFE
Repeating that the Graupner/SJ logo blinks a single red with a single
beep
HOLD
Repeating that the Graupner/SJ logo blinks twice red with twice beeps
Once
Repeating that the Graupner/SJ logo blinks three times red with three
times beeps
Once more STANDARD Repeating that the Graupner/SJ logo blinks four times red with four
times beeps
Once more
OFF
NOTICE
Failsafe setting could be only set in case that RF TRAINER SWITCH
is at normal flight position
11. RF Trainer
The mz-10 has the trainer function. The function activates when you select Teacher, Pupil
and Normal mode by RF TRAINER SWITCH.
1-2. Failsafe mode
- FAILSAFE
Move the control sticks on the transmitter to the desired preset failsafe positions. Press & hold
the MODE button for over 2 sec and release the button. The Graupner/SJ logo turns solid red,
indicating the failsafe mode has been set. Confirm the failsafe setting is correct by turning off
the transmitter. The throttle should go to the preset position.
- HOLD
Enter hold mode by pressing MODE button once from the failsafe mode. The Graupner/SJ
logo repeats to blink twice red with twice beep. Press & hold the MODE button for over 2 sec
and release the button. The Graupner/SJ logo turns solid red, indicating the hold mode has
been set. If you lose connection, all channels hold the last given command.
- OFF
Enter off mode by pressing MODE button once from the hold mode. The Graupner/SJ logo
repeats to blink 3 times red with 3 times beep. Press & hold the MODE button for over 2 sec
and release the button. The Graupner/SJ logo turns solid red, indicating the off mode has
been set. Even if you lose connection, the failsafe is not working.
- STANDARD
Enter standard mode by pressing MODE button once from the hold mode. The Graupner/SJ
logo repeats to blink 4 times red with 4 times beep. Press & hold the MODE button for over
2 sec and release the button. The Graupner/SJ logo turns solid red, indicating the standard
mode has been set. standard features that the throttle channel ( channel Number 1 ) is move
into low throttle position and other channels hold last given command.
1). Mode setting
1-1. Teacher setting
Move transmitter’s RF TRAINER SWITCH of the TEACHER transmitter to TEACHER
position. Press & hold the MODE button and switch on the transmitter. The Graupner/SJ
logo repeats to blink twice red with twice beeps, indicating that you set TEACHER Mode.
After two beeps sound twice, two beeps don’t sound. Now the mz-10 can bind and control
all channels of the pupil’s transmitter without restriction.
1-2. Pupil setting
When using the mz-10 as the pupil transmitter, bind the receiver at the NORMAL mode first.
Turn off the transmitter, and still the receiver is turned on, and move transmitter’s RF TRAINER SWITCH to PUPIL position. Press & hold the MODE button and switch on the transmitter.
The Graupner/SJ logo repeats to blink a single red with a single beep, indicating that you
set PUPIL Mode. After one beep sound twice, a beep doesn’t sound. Now the Teacher’s
transmitter can bind and control all channels of the mz-10 without restriction.
1-3. Normal setting
Getting back to the NORMAL mode from TEACHER or PUPIL mode, move transmitter’s RF
TRAINER SWITCH to NORMAL position. Press & hold the MODE button and switch on the
transmitter then the transmitter enters the failsafe mode automatically. The Graupner/SJ
logo repeats to blink a single red with a single beep. Turn off the transmitter then the NORMAL
setting is completed.
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NOTICE
After completing the normal setting, Graupner/SJ logo turns solid red in the General
mode and blinks red in the France mode.
Teacher setting: The Graupner/SJ logo repeats to blink twice red, 2 beeps sounds twice.
Pupil setting: The Graupner/SJ logo repeats to blink a single red, 1 beep sounds twice.
NOTICE
After completing the country setting, the shunt connect should be detached.
2) Trainer Operation
2 - 1. M
ove transmitter’s RF TRAINER SWITCH to NORMAL position. Bind the pupil transmitter
to the pupil receiver.
2 - 2. Set the transmitter to PUPIL mode, the connection would be lost between the transmitter
and receiver.
2 - 3. Set the another transmitter to TEACHER mode.
2 - 4. P
ress & hold the MODE button of the pupil transmitter until the beep first and then press
& hold the MODE button of the teacher transmitter until the beep as well. Now the teacher
transmitter to pupil transmitter has been bound. The teacher transmitter can control
all channels and if RF TRAINER SWITCH of the teacher transmitter would be moved
to PUPIL position, the pupil transmitter can control all channels.
12. Country setting
The mz-10 offers 2 modes of GENERAL and FRANCE. You need the France RF setting to
comply with France regulations in FANCE. France RF setting should only be turned on
when operating your transmitter in France outdoors.
1. Insert the supplied shunt connector into the DATA socket at the back of the transmitter and
switch on the transmitter, The Graupner/SJ logo turns solid red with a single beep, indicating
that the country setting is in GENERL mode that is preset at the factory.
2. Press MODE button, The Graupner/SJ logo blinks red with twice beeps, indicating that the
country setting is in FRANCE mode.
3. Press MODE button for over 2 sec, France RF setting is completed with a beep, you don’t
need the country setting of the receiver.
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13. Stick setting
The mz-10 has four stick modes of a fixed wing model on the two dual axis sticks. The primary
functions are aileron, elevator, rudder and throttle (or airbrakes).
1. Enter the France mode in country setting after Insert the supplied shunt connector into the
data socket at the back of the transmitter.
2. Press MODE button once more, The Graupner/SJ logo blinks red with 3 times beeps, indicating that the stick setting is in the stick mode 1 that is preset at the factory. Each time you
press MODE button, the beep is increased one at a time and the mode is changed in turns.
3. After selecting the desired the stick mode, press MODE button for over 2 sec, the Stick
setting is completed with a beep.
Beep
Graupner/SJ logo
1 time
Solid red
Blink red
Solid red
2 times
3 times
4 times
5 times
6 times
Mode
Country setting
Description
Solid red
Stick setting
GENERAL
FRANCE
STICK mode 1
STICK mode 2
Solid red
Solid red
Stick setting
STICK mode 3
Stick setting
STICK mode 4
Country setting
Stick setting
SMART BOX
When using the optional smart box, the transmitter’s functions can be easy to set up and check
the telemetry data. Connect into the DATA socket at the back of the transmitter and switch on the
transmitter.
NOTICE
After completing the country setting, the shunt connect should be detached.
14. Range testing
Before each flying session, especially with a new model, it is important to perform a range
check. The mz-10 incorporates a range testing mode which reduces the output power of
the transmitter, allowing a range check.
1. W
ith the model restrained on the ground, face the model with the transmitter in your
normal flying position.
2. After binding the transmitter to the receiver, press & hold BIND button until entering the
range testing mode. The beep is repeated for 90 seconds in the range testing mode.
3. W
alk over 50 meters away from the model with controlling the transmitter sticks constantly and check whether the model is operating normally. You should have total control of
the model with the trainer switch pulled.
4. If control issues exist within 50 meters, the system should not be used. And contact your
local Service Department of Graupner/SJ.
ERROR
The signal reception of the receiver is not good
The transmitter repeats that Graupner/SJ logo blinks 3 times red with 3 times beeps.
The signal reception of the transmitter is not good
The transmitter repeats that Graupner/SJ logo blinks 4 times red with 4 times beeps.
Battery low voltage alarm
When the battery voltage drops below 4.5 volts, the transmitter repeats that Graupner/SJ
logo blinks 5 times red with 5 times beeps. When using the smart box, the alarm range
could be set 4.0V ~15.0V
The display of the smart box
- ALARM VOLT : Battery low voltage alarm
- COUNTRY : Country setting
- RANGE TEST : ON, OFF
TX
ACTION VOLT : 05.9 V
M AXIMUM V OLT : 0 8.0V
M AINIMUM VOLT : 05.9V
A LARM V OL T : 04 .0 V
C OUNT RY : G ENERAL
R ANGE TEST: OFF 90s
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FIRMWARE UPDATE
For more information on the latest firmware and the related software, please refer to
the download menu on our website www.openhobby.com, www.graupner-sj.com
NOTICE: The optional USB adapter is needed to update.
SAFETY APPROVAL
Declaration of Conformity
(in accordance with ISO/IEC 17050-1)
0678
- Product(s): Graupner/SJ mz-10 Transmitter, Graupner/SJ GR-12L 6 Channel HoTT Receiver
Item Number(s):
Equipment class: 2
The objects of declaration described above are in conformity with the requirements of the specifications listed below, following the provisions of the European R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC:
EN 62479:2010
EN 60950-1:2006/A11:2009/A1:2010/A12:2011
EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2
EN 301-489-17 V2.2.1
EN 300 328 V1.7.1
• FCC Information
Product(s) : Graupner /SJ mz-10 Transmitter
Contains FCC ID: SNL-36204210
FCC 47 CFR PART 15B
Product(s) : Graupner/SJ GR-12L 6 Channel HoTT Receiver
FCC ID: SNL-16003510
FCC 47 CFR PART 15C
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• FCC Statement
1. 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.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
2. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user‘s authority to operate the equipment.
• NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to 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 into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
• FCC radiation exposure statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance of 20
cm between the radiator and your body.
• KC Information
Product(s) : Graupner /SJ mz-10 Transmitter
- KCC인증번호: KCC-RRM-sjr-16005000, KCC-CRM-sjr-36204210
- 방송통신위원회고시 제2013-01호 “무선설비규칙”
- 방송통신위원회고시 제2012-102호 “신고하지 아니하고 개설할 수 있는 무선기기”
KN 301 489-1:2009
KN 301 489-17:2009
KN 61000-4-2:2008
KN 61000-4-3:2011
Product(s) : Graupner/SJ GR-12L 6 Channel HoTT Receiver
- KCC인증번호: KCC-CRM-sjr-16003510
- 방송통신위원회고시 제2013-01호
- 방송통신위원회고시 제2012-102호 “신고하지 아니하고 개설할 수 있는 무선기기”
• Caution
- This equipment’s aerial must be at least 20 cm from any person when the system is in
use. We therefore do not recommend using the equipment at a closer range than 20cm.
- Ensure that no other transmitter is closer than 20cm from your equipment, in order to
avoid adverse effects on the system’s electrical characteristics and radiation pattern.
- The radio control system should not be operated until the Country setting has been set
correctly at the transmitter. This is essential in order to fulfill the requirements of various
directives - FCC, ETSI, CE, KC and etc. Please refer to the instructions for your particular
transmitter and receiver for details of this procedure.
- Check all working systems and carry out at least one full range check on the ground
before every flight, in order to show up any errors in the system and the models programming.
- Never make any changes to the programming of the transmitter or receiver whilst operating a model.
• Caution
- This equipment’s aerial must be at least 20 cm from any person when the system is in use.
We therefore do not recommend using the equipment at a closer range than 20cm.
- Ensure that no other transmitter is closer than 20cm from your equipment, in order to avoid
adverse effects on the system’s electrical characteristics and radiation pattern.
- The radio control system should not be operated until the Country setting has been set
correctly at the transmitter. This is essential in order to fulfill the requirements of various
directives - FCC, ETSI, CE, KC and etc. Please refer to the instructions for your particular
transmitter and receiver for details of this procedure.
- Check all working systems and carry out at least one full range check on the ground before
every flight, in order to show up any errors in the system and the models programming.
- Never make any changes to the programming of the transmitter or receiver whilst operating a model.
• ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION NOTES
This product must not be disposed of with other waste. Instead,
it is the user’s responsibility to their waste equipment by handing it over
to a designated collection 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
ensure 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 produce
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