HobbyKing 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx et Rx V2 (Mode 2) (PAPILLON SUR LA GAUCHE)Hobbykings T6A système 2.4ghz est un transmetteur de niveau d'entrée offrant la fiabilité de la technologie de signal de 2.4Ghz et un récepteur avec 6 canaux.Cet émetteur nécessite un PC pour modifier l'une des variables de canal, y compris le mélange et servo marche arrière.Principales caractéristiques;
6 canaux émetteur 2.4GHz avec servo marche arrière.
Facile à utiliser le contrôle pour les modèles de base.
Comprend récepteur 6 canaux
option de système Trainer.
Ce système doit être programmé via le câble PC.Compris;
1 x émetteur 2.4Ghz
1 x 2.4Ghz récepteur
1 x Bind plug.Remarque:
Seul récepteur HK-T6A est comptible avec émetteur HK-T6A.Seul récepteur HK-T6Av2 est compatible avec l'émetteur HK-T6Av2.
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r.a.sKit was two years ago. Pritenzy and no comments. Everything works without comment. I would like to receive more information about the transmitter and receiver systems. During operation there were some questions. What type of transmitter? DSM2 or another. How to determine. I recommend to all beginners.Worst experience in RC Modeling. I have had this transmitter/receiver package almost a year now. Originally I used this stock out of the box. Behavior was so erratic that I bought the cable to adjust configuration. That was even worse. It now is so inconsistent that I pulled it from my quadcopter and I'm using another receiver with one of my quality transmitters. It's a pity, because I wanted this as an inexpensive way to build multirotors to give my kids, but it is so user-unfriendly that my kids would get nothing out of it but frustration. Price is great, but you get what you pay for.For the price this can not be beat. Feels great(although I don't have a bunch of experience) . My biggist complaint USD the reprogramming. But! I found a way around the crap cable.http://psychoul.com/electronics/how-to-make-your-own-usb-cable-for-hk-t6a-calibration. This is a site showing how to make your own that is way easier.
If you don't have ftdi to USB get one here on this site.http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__24779__FTDI_Adapter_USB_Controller_5V.html. then 4 jumpers and you are good to goNota 3 deve incluir o cabo e configurao simplificada, muito difcil adquirir o cabo fora do estoque e no tem suporte e nem ajudo para fazer a configurao no PC.My first radio, but the not the first one I've used; it's your basic, "get-the-job-done", 6-ch radio/receiver combo, and it does it well! I highly recommend getting the programming cable, and then downloading "DigitalRadio" to program it; it's a much better program than T6config, and worth every penny of the $2 for the full version! It even works on Linux (tested and working on Xubuntu 14.04LTS and should on any "buntu" or Debian disrto). Xubuntu recognized the device when I plugged it in. All I had to do was install Mono, to run the DigitalRadio software; and setup user access to USB/Serial devices, and read/write access for my user in the DigitalRadio director it saves config files to. I will post a "pick-whatever-flavor"-Buntu Linux how-to in the files section ASAP.Great controller, but this controller requires some big hands. This is a BIG controller.For a low cost radio this set is top. I think the single antenna may present a problem on distance but, i don't think it will show to much on the average application. The receiver is tight and small, good for smaller craft and it's lightweight, though the antenna is far from light. It is a great starter radio or for a younger person. (if they break it no big deal).Works awesome it's not the best but when you starting out you don't need all the fancy stuff thanks hk