Binding the Transmitter to the Receiver
The FS-CT6A radio is shipped with a matching receiver that has
already been bound at the factory. Therefore you should not have to
re-bind it. If you want to bind this receiver to another radio, or to
re-bind this receiver follow these instructions: (Note: This
procedure is only for the 2.4ghz model)
Install the battery to the 2.4ghz transmitter, and turn it
Insert the binding plug into the BAT port of the receiver
(see Fig 6)
Connect the ESC to Channel 3, or an external battery (5vdc)
to any one of the other channels observing the +/- polarity as in
Fig 6. Power up the receiver using the external battery, or
connecting the main battery to the ESC. The LEDs should start to
Press and hold the lower left button on the transmitter, and
then switch on the transmitter's power switch.
Observe the LED lights on the receivers (main and satellite).
Once the LEDs stop flashing, the receiver is bound to the
transmitter. It will take about 10 seconds (or less) for the binding
process to complete.
Release the match button on the transmitter. Remove power
from the receiver, and turn off the transmitter.
Remove the receiver binding plug. Connect your servos and
other channels as described in Fig 6.
Test by turning on the receiver without pressing the
match/bind switch. Power the receiver, and the LEDs should light
steady meaning it is bound to the transmitter.
If the test failed, repeat this process.
Note: If the test fails, and you have other components plugged
into the receiver, remove all other connections except the binding
plug, and the power connection (ESC or external battery). A shorted
component such as a servo can prevent the receiver from powering up,
or binding to the transmitter.
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