|01-14-2011, 04:10 PM||#1|
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I am: Ron 2729
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Alliston, Ontario
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lost plane finder helicopter parkflyer locator
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I have 6 locators, these locators should be used along with a fail safe system, the locators only activate when radio signal is lost, you'll need a fail safe system to shut down the throttle.
Connect the alarm between the servo and the receiver, i.e. act as a servo extension cord.
Turn on your TX. and you will hear 2 x beep sound.
Do not move any of the control stick on the TX or simply turn off the the TX. You will hear a continuous beep sound after 1 minute. It will stop once u turn on your TX or move the control stick.
If you ignore the continuous beep sound for around 2minutes, the beep sound will change to a louder V sound. (Same as smoke alarm at variable pitches).
MAKE SURE THE CORRECT POLARITY BEFORE TURN ON THE TX
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