Micro 5 Channel Park Fly Receiver Hitec 2.4GHz Compatible

Micro 5 Channel Park Fly Receiver Hitec 2.4GHz Compatible
Micro 5 Channel Park Fly Receiver
Hitec 2.4GHz Compatible
Thank you for your purchase of this high quality compatible receiver. This
receiver has been designed to be a compatible equivalent of the Hitec Minima
line of receivers – except in a small sized package. Due to this small size, this
receiver has Park Fly range which may be reduced compared to a full size
receiver. Please ensure that this receiver meets your requirements before use.
As this is compatible with the Minima line of receivers, please ensure that your
Hitec 2.4GHz transmitter and/or module support the ability to connect to
Minima receivers. For most units, it is likely they have this ability.However for
older units, if not already done so,they may need their software updating to
support it.
If your transmitter or module does not support the Minima receivers, you will
need to update its software. This is usually can be done by using a
manufacturer’s commercially available PC interface. For more information on
this, please contact your local relevant distributor of your transmitter or
module and ask for assistance on updating it.
Linking the Receiver to your Transmitter
Please note that this is only a general procedure. If in doubt, please also refer
to your transmitter or module instructions.
1. Put your transmitter into link mode.
Usually this is done by pressing the button on the transmitter module
and turning on the transmitter.
2. Ensure that your transmitter is in non-telemetry receiver link mode.
This can be done by looking on the transmitter module’s status light. If
it is flashing Blue, it is in the correct mode.
If it is flashing Red, you will need to change mode. To do this, press the
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button on the transmitter module for around 2 seconds. The status
light should change between the two modes. If your module has old
software, it may not be able to switch modes.
Now attach the supplied link jumper lead between the receiver’s
channel 5 and channel 1.
Power up the receiver.
While the receiver is searching for the transmitter module, the Green
light on the receiver will flash slowly.
Once the receiver is successfully linked to the transmitter module, the
Green light on the receiver will flash rapidly.
This should only take a couple of seconds and is usually instant. If in
doubt, try increasing the distance from the transmitter modules
antenna and the receiver. It is recommended to have the receiver
between 50cm and 2m away from the transmitter when linking.
Setting the Receivers Failsafe
By default, if the receiver loses contact with your transmitter it will stop driving
the servos and the Red light will flash. If you lose radio contact you may wish to
have the servo’s driven to a predefined location. To set this, please follow
theinstructions below.
1. Ensure that your Transmitter is powered on and transmitting. The
Receiver should be powered off.
2. Connect the link jumper lead between channel 5 and channel 2.
3. Power up the receiver.
4. Ensure that all the transmitter sticks are at the correct locations that
you wish to have set up in the event of radio loss.
5. After 5 seconds the Red light should be lit with the Green light flashing
rapidly.
If you wish to revert to the default mode, simply relink the receiver as in the
previous section.
PPM and RSSI Output Mode
Some advanced users may wish to connect the receiver to specialist devices
that take PPM and/or RSSI information. Please ensure that the device supports
this mode before operating, as incorrect connections or operation could cause
damage and/or physical harm.
1. Put your transmitter into link mode.
Usually this is done by pressing the button on the transmitter module
and turning on the transmitter.
2. Ensure that your transmitter is in non-telemetry receiver link mode.
This can be done by looking on the transmitter module’s status light. If
it is flashing Blue, it is in the correct mode.
If it is flashing Red, you will need to change mode. To do this, press the
button on the transmitter module for around 2 seconds. The status
light should change between the two modes.
3. Now attach the supplied link jump lead between channel 5 and
channel 3.
4. Power up the receiver.
5. While the receiver is searching for the transmitter module, the Green
light on the receiver will flash slowly.
6. Once the receiver is successfully linked to the transmitter module, the
Green and Red lights on the receiver will flash rapidly.
This should only take a couple of seconds and is usually instant. If in
doubt, try increasing the distance from the transmitter modules
antenna and the receiver. It is recommended to have the receiver
between 50cm and 2m away from the transmitter when binding.
Notes:
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When the receiver is receiving a signal from the transmitter (i.e. the
Red light is lit constantly) in PPM and RSSI output mode, the Green
light will also be lit.
The PPM signal is outputted on servo connector 1.
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The RSSI signal is outputted on servo connector 2.
Do not connect conventional servos or ESCs to the PPM and RSSI servo
connector outputs. Doing so, may burn out and destroy the servo.
Some devices may need a low-pass filter or buffer on the RSSI output.
Please consult the devices’ instructions or manufacturer for help or
advice on this.
As the PPM signal is usually used to drive the primary flight controls,
servo connector channels 3, 4 and 5 will shift to become channels 5, 6
and 7 respectively to allow additional auxiliary devices to be connected.
To disable PPM and RSSI output mode, rebind the receiver as normal
using bind jumper lead between channels 5 and 3.
In the event of a signal loss, by default the PPM output will stop. If a
failsafe is needed, set the failsafe as in the previous section using the
link jumper lead between channels 5 and 2.
Notice
This unit is not designed, manufactured or supported by Hitec. This third party unit has
been designed to be compatible with the Hitec product range of transmitters which
may change specification at any time. Any support or assistance required can only be
conducted through the original supplier of this unit.
This unit is only for remote control of model aircraft, model boats and model cars. As
this is an individual part of a system that is integrated by the end user, it is the end
users responsibility for the suitability and safety of use of this part. Errors and mistakes
by the end user can result in serious personal and third party injury and damage to
property outside the control of the manufacturer. Please act responsibly.
All trademarks are owned by their respective trademark holders. Hitec is a registered
trademark of the Hitec RCD, Inc.
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