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01-11-2006 10:29 PM  13 years ago
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rotorsport

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Airtronics RD6000 HELP !
I'm trying to help a flyer get a century Humming Bird 3D pro going on this radio Airtronics RD 6000 Super, I have followed the manual and the assigned channels, I have picked the CCP3B swashplate From page 71 of the manual and I end up with Elevator and tail on the left stick and Aileron and throttle on the right stick. I’m not sure how to change the mode if that is the problem or what, can anyone help me?

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Charles


http://www.airtronics.net/RD6000_Super.htm
http://www.airtronics.net/Super%20Manual%20Final.pdf
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01-11-2006 11:30 PM  13 years ago
TMoore

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With CCP3B the elevator ball goes to the back of the swash. You need to make sure that you have the servos plugged in exactly like it says in the radio manual. The swash servos must only be plugged into channels 1, 2 and 6 for the CCPM system to work.

Make sure you actually a Mode 2 radio by just setting the swash back to normal and then just checking the servo motion to make sure it moves with the correct stick function.

Once you confirm the servos are plugged in correctly all you should have to do is to play with the channel reversing to get everything to come out right.

TM
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01-12-2006 12:08 AM  13 years ago
rotorsport

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Mode 2
What do I do if it's not mode 2

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Charles
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01-12-2006 12:29 AM  13 years ago
TMoore

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If iit's not mode 2 it has to be changed in the SVC Menu and you don't have access to that menu.

TM
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01-12-2006 01:37 AM  13 years ago
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Thanks for the help
Charles
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01-12-2006 03:33 AM  13 years ago
TMoore

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If it is Mode 1, send it back to ATX and they should change it over at no charge.

TM
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03-15-2006 04:16 AM  13 years ago
SpottedCow

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How to change mode on Sanwa radios
Can't take credit for this.. found on another site. But should solve your problem.

For information How to change the mode on Sanwas radios.
Thanks to David from Glasgow for this information.

Sanwa Mode 1 to 2 change via service mode
1. Switch the radio off.
2. Shift the left switch forward.
3. Hold down F.Mode and End.
4. Switch the radio on.
5. Flip back the left switch.
6. Scroll down to MOD.
7. Select mode 2.
8. Press End.
9. Switch the radio off.
10. Switch the radio back on.
1. unscrew aerial
2. remove all screws from the back
3. carefully lift the back off BE VERY CAREFUL AS THE TRAINER SOCKET WIRES
ARE SHORT AND SNAP EASILY
4. remove the spring / tensioner and seesaw assy from the elevator stick
5. remove the throttle ratchet asembly and stick travel limiters
6. refit to opposite sticks without the limiters

Re asemble the tx

1. With the radio off.
2. Shift all switches forwards / down .
3. Hold down F.Mode and End.
4. Switch the radio on.
5. Wait for a beep
6. Flip back the top left switch.
7. Release F.Mode and End.
8. Scroll down to MOD.
9. Select mode 2.
10. Press End.
11. Switch the radio off.
12. Switch the radio back on

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Other functions of SVC menus
Init-->YES (press yes button)
CH---->yes button selects 6 or 8
NEU--->sets neutral stick positions
TRV--->sets stick calibration
A/D--->VR1....VR6 stick pot values
MODE-->mode 1 or 2(stick orientations)
LCD--->All led's lit, some, some, none
SW---->press 'yes' to see switch positions
B*AL-->use +- to set batt voltage alarm
PULSE->Nor, LO, HI
V*Cal->'+' set voltage to 10.0 volts
All-CR>All clear
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