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FUTABA 6XA Instruction Manual
This product is to be t6c for sport and recreational flying of radio-control models only. Futaba is not responsible for the results of use of this product futzba the customer or for any alteration of this product, including modification or incorporation into other devices by third parties. Dual Rate Switch Select In addition, your system selection, and rudder offset. To use the trainer cord: Set the student transmitter modulation mode to PPM. Remove the RF module from the transmitter held by the student if it is a module-type transmitter.
Plug one end of the trainer cord into each transmitter, with power switched off.
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This can be done by Tx. Servo Notes Mounting Use the supplied rubber grommets when you mount each servo. Be sure not to overtighten the screws. If any portion of the servo case directly contacts the fuselage or the servo rails, the rubber grommets will not attenuate vibration, which can cause mechanical wear and servo failure.
Additional extension cords of varying lengths are available from your hobby dealer or Futaba.
Vibration and Waterproofing The receiver contains precision electronic parts. Be sure to avoid vibration, shock, and temperature extremes.
Airplane Frequencies The following frequencies and channel numbers may be used for flying aircraft in the U. Before flying, or even starting the engine, BE SURE that the model number appearing in the lower right of the display matches the model that you are about to fly! Return your transmitter to Futaba for service. Mixer warning The MIXER warning is displayed to alert you flashing whenever you turn on the transmitter with any of the mixing switches active.
Flying Safety To ensure the safety of yourself and others, please observe the futabaa precautions: Ni-cd Battery Charge the Batteries!
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Don’t forget to recharge the batteries before each flying session. A battery low in charge will soon die, causing loss of control and a crash. Plug in the charger that comes in this system and hook up the transmitter and airborne batteries the day before a planned flying session. Helicopter functions may be found in the following section, pages 43 to Connect the right aileron servo to receiver CH1 and the left aileron servo to receiver CH6. Repeat the subtrim adjustment with the zero and mechanically adjust the clevis to get rudder, gear, and 2nd aileron channels.
As as close as you can, then readjust the subtrim before, first set them mechanically, then adjust the electronic settings. Listen for a If you wish to have the flaps operate with the flashing CH6 knob, go back to the menu and FLTR input a number greater than zero. Adjust the number to get the desired amount of flap travel as you turn the knob. If input the percentage of mixing. Fly the model on A. Model has no tendency to roll A. Dihedral OK normal pass and roll into B. Model rolls in direction of applied B1.
Reduce dihedral rudder B2. Use mixer to produce knife-edge flight; maintain flight with top rudder do this C. EXP — Exponential Settings Exponential settings may be used to changes the response curve of the servos to make flying more pleasant. You can make the servo movement less or more sensitive around neutral for aileron, elevator, throttle except HELI typeand rudder. It can also be set for each side of the dual rate switches.
REV — Servo Reversing The servo reverse function may be used when you need to change the direction that a servo responds to a control stick motion. If you are using any preprogrammed mixers such as flaperon, be sure to set correct travels in the REV menu setting up the preprogrammed function. FLPR — Flaperon Mixing The Flaperon mixing function uses two servos to individually control two ailerons, combining the aileron function with the flap function.
Both ailerons can be raised and lowered simultaneously for a flap effect. Of course, aileron function, where the two controls move in different directions, is also performed. ABRK — Airbrake Function function, when activated, simultaneously moves the flaps and offsets the elevator, ABRK and may be used to make steep descents or limit airspeed in dives.
All the controls move to the defined positions by flipping the airbrake switch downwards. Normally, with a single flap, the flap is dropped.
Both elevator and rudder travel can be Up Elevator Left Rudder view from rear adjusted independently. ELVN — Elevon Mixing The Elevon function should be used with delta wings, flying wings, and other tailless aircraft whose layouts combine the aileron and elevator functions, and requires one servo for each elevon. The amount of aileron and elevator response can be adjusted Aileron operation independently.
This usually requires a relatively small amount of elevator travel. The mixing point may also be offset to match the neutral flap position. Elevator-to-flap mixing is set up so that the flaps droop are lowered when up elevator is commanded. Using the Programmable mixers 1. Call up the mixer screen by repeatedly pressing one of the buttons MODE until the window appears. In this menu, you may select from one of two options of operation for each channel. PARA — Parameter Menus The parameter function includes a number of submenus that are used to input basic model data settings.
This is best understood by viewing the menu structure on p. These are placed in a submenu under because they are not changed very often. Dual rates are used because most models have different response characteristics depending on their airspeed. Usually they respond more rapidly to control inputs at high speeds, and it is possible to be really gentle with the controls and yet still over-control. This resets the model type and erases the memory. The model type letters will stop flashing to indicate the changed model type.
If you are sure you wish to copy the current memory contents into the destination memory, press both keys simultaneously again. A beep indicates that copying is complete. Repeat for the other channel numbers. You’ve initialized the trim. Descriptions of the other functions are contained in HELI the aircraft section which precedes this one, pages 14 — Ask an experienced pilot for assistance.
Adjust servo arms and ATV values to get this motion, measured with a pitch meter. If you need to change it on the ground while the engine is running, use the convenient P-AT Helicopter Flight Trimming Chart This procedure assumes helicopter is trimmed for hovering. Trimming must be done in near-calm conditions. Repeat tests several times before making adjustments.
If any manial are made, go back over the previous steps and verify, or further adjust as necessary. When active, you may directly input the top-end ATV percentage.
This convenient function allows you to bypass the ATV menu, whose use would require that you move the throttle stick above its halfway position to input numbers for its top end. HOLD — Throttle Hold The Throttle Hold function moves the engine throttle servo to a selected position near idle, and disengages it from the throttle stick. It is commonly used during autorotation, and activated with switch D. Now press the key twice, this cause the small percent sign in front of the CURSOR will cause the plus or minus sign in front large number to flash on futabba off.
Changes in rotor speed caused by manula, humidity, or other conditions can be accommodated. Choosing the swashplate type 1.
Press on the buttons until appears on the menu. At this time, the selected type will blink on and off. Related pages are given in parenthesis following the definition.
The battery voltage is unsafe. Airbrake function 30 ACRO Acrobatic aircraft menu 39 ATL. Read the warranty card supplied with your system. If you have any questions regarding this product, please consult Futaba. The address and telephone numbers of our service center is given below. Telephone inquiries are accepted from 9: Page of 64 Go. This product may be used for model airplane or surface use if on the correct frequency. The product described in this manual is subject to regulations of the Ministry of.
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