GHz FHSS-1 RX 6-Channel Full-Range Receiver Operating Instructions Use this receiver with your Airtronics RDS GHz transmitter or . We appreciate your purchase of this new AIRTRONICS. VG or VG Radio System. These instructions are intended to acquaint you with the many unique. Airtronics/Sanwa VG Modes? Radios. All; Planes; Sailplanes; Helis; FPV; Multirotors; Cars; Boats. About Sanwa VG Here you can.

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Due to differences in the implementation of 2. This receiver operates on the 2. Unlike ordinary crystal-based systems, your model can be manjal without frequency control.

Always before use, conduct a bench test to ensure that the servos operate properly. Also, conduct a range test at the area of operation to ensure that the radio control system has complete control of the model at the farthest reaches of the operational area. The response speed of the receiver can airtroincs affected if used where multiple 2. Also, if response seems slow during use, discontinue use as quickly as possible. This ensures that your radio control system does not get hit by interference.

Once the frequencies have been cleared, or the saturation level has dropped, your radio control system should be able to bind without any problems. Observe any applicable laws and regulations in place at your flying site when using the 2. Unlike frequency bands used with earlier radio control systems, reception with this 2. Also, wire mesh and similar barriers can adversely affect operation. Keep this mind to ensure the safety of your model.

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Receiver Precautions l l l l l l l The receiver antenna wires consists of two coaxial cables and two reception wires the thin tip at the end of the coaxial cables.

When you mount the receiver antenna wires, do not bend the reception wires. Reception performance decreases if the reception wires are bent. The receiver antenna wires are delicate, therefore, handle with care. Do not pull on the receiver antenna wires with force. Do not cut or extend the receiver antenna wires. The coaxial cables the thicker portion of the receiver antenna wires can be bent into gentle curves, however, do not bend the coaxial cables acutely, or repeatedly bend them, or the antenna cores can be damaged.

When installed in an electric-powered model, keep the receiver antenna wires as far away from the motor, battery, and electronic speed control ESC as possible. There is a danger of runaway operation if connectors shake loose during use. Make sure that the receiver, servo sand switch harness connectors are securely fitted.

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The receiver is susceptible to vibration and moisture. Take appropriate measures to protect against vibration and moisture. The receiver should be wrapped in foam and the foam should be secured around the receiver to hold it in place.


The foam should not be secured too tightly or the vibration dampening quality of the foam will be reduced. Failure to take appropriate measures could result in damage to the receiver.

When installing the receiver, the antenna reception wires the thin tip at the end of the coaxial cables should not come into contact with any carbon or metal components conductive components. Aircraft fuselages and helicopter frames may contain conductive components.

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If mounting the receiver surrounded by conductive materials for example, a carbon fiber fuselagemount the receiver so that the antenna reception wires can be extended outside of the model. Reception can be blocked if the antenna reception wires are shielded inside a carbon fiber fuselage.

It is extremely important to install the receiver and route the receiver antenna wires correctly in your model. This will ensure that your model receives control signals no matter what its posture, attitude, or heading. For more information, see page 3.

It can be dangerous if you activate the components in reverse order as the servos may start up inadvertently. Before use, double-check that the transmitter and receiver batteries are sufficiently charged. Doing so may cause loss of transmitter output, making it impossible to control your model. Before use, the transmitter antenna should be angled so that the antenna is as close to perpendicular to the ground as possible during use.

This is the optimum angle for use. After use, to prevent any chance of damaging the antenna, the antenna should be moved into the horizontal stowed position. DO NOT operate your model again until you are certain the problem has been corrected.

Your model can cause serious damage or injury, so please use caution and courtesy at all times.

If you have little to no experience v6000 models, we strongly recommend you seek the assistance of experienced modelers or your local hobby shop for guidance. This operation is referred to as ‘binding’.

Once the binding process is complete, the setting is remembered even when aortronics transmitter and receiver are turned OFF, therefore, this procedure usually only needs to be done once for each separate receiver you’re using.

If binding the receiver to an Airtronics SDG 2. The Bind LED on the transmitter will illuminate solid blue. The Bind LED on the receiver will blink slowly. The Bind LED on the receiver will continue to blink slowly.

Use the tip of a pencil or a 1. When the binding procedure is successful, the Bind LED on the receiver will stay solid blue when both the transmitter and receiver are turned ON. In this case, turn both the transmitter and receiver OFF, then repeat the binding procedure. Airtrnoics addition, the receiver should be wrapped in foam rubber to protect it from vibration.


Failure to mount the receiver antenna wires as described can result in poor reception, or in some cases, complete loss of reception. We recommend that you bind the transmitter and receiver prior to mounting the receiver into your model. The receiver should be mounted securely in your model and the receiver antenna wires installed per the diagram below. Under no circumstances should the antenna reception wires be mounted parallel to each other. Coaxial Cables Reception Wire If mounting inside a carbon fiber fuselage, the antenna reception wires must be run outside of the model as described in the notation below.

Alternatively, cut two short pieces of plastic tube and slide one antenna reception wire into each piece of tube, then tape or glue the tube to your model. The tubes will protect the antenna reception wires from damage. For example, the Fail Safe can be set so that the throttle servo returns to low, the elevator moves slightly up, and the ailerons move slightly right or left, to result in a shallow decent.

Programmable Fail Safe is available on channels 1 through 4 only. The Bind LED on the receiver should illuminate solid blue, indicating that the transmitter and receiver are paired, then move the transmitter control sticks mznual verify that the servos are operating. The servos should move to the positions that you set in step 3.

This will ensure that the transmitter and receiver are communicating properly prior to flight. This ensures the safety of your model, yourself, and the people around you.

If using the receiver vg60000 an Airtronics SDG 2. The Bind LED will blink slowly during this time. The transmitter is now in Low Power Mode. The transmitter will stay in Low Power Mode for 3 minutes. After 3 minutes, the transmitter will revert to Normal mode. If there is a problem with servo movement, try moving to a different position while still maintaining the same distance from your model, then check servo movement again.

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If there is still a problem, do not fly. Check to make sure that all receiver, servos, switch, and onboard battery connections are correct and secure. Check to ensure that the antenna wires are correctly mounted.

Do not attempt to fly with the transmitter in Low Power Mode. You will be unable to control your model once it is a certain distance away from you. Before you fly, make sure that the Bind LED is illuminated solid blue!

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