|12-31-2015, 10:16 PM||#1|
I am: Rick P
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Brantford Ontario
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Xcite 320 set up
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I am a fixed wing modeler that has somehow offered to help a new person in the hobby set up a new multi rotor. I assumed I would just bind it, put on props, add battery, not so !!!
It is a Hobbyking XCITE 320 with absolutely no instructions, just a picture of the assembly. The receiver is a R615X with a 3 cell battery. The connectors supplied are the problem. The main connector has 6 universal type ends that would plug into the rec, all except 1 have a single wire that go to a single molex type connector. the sixth wire also going to the molex connector has the conventional 3 wires. Still with me ?
Also supplied are 2 smaller molex connectors with 4 wires each with a single wire ending in a single square connector. there is no indication where anything gets plugged in.
Also supplied is a KK 2.0 HC multi rotor control board & controller, again no instructions, I haven't a clue what it is for, again no instructions
|01-01-2016, 09:29 AM||#2|
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I am: Earl A.
Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Erin, Ontario
Feedback: 6 / 100%
Total Props: 1
Re: Xcite 320 set up
Hardly an expert, but if the wiring is anything like our quad:
The harness with the "main connector" on one end and receiver plugs on the other will go something like this:
- receiver connector with 3 wires plugs into the receiver throttle channel, it is also the + & - BEC connections supplying the receiver with power.....
- receiver connector with 1 wire that leads back to the controller YAW input plugs into the receiver rudder channel
- receiver connector with 1 wire that goes to controller PITCH input plugs into the receiver elevator channel
- receiver connector with 1 wire that goes to controller ROLL input plugs into the receiver aileron channel
- if there are any extra 1 wire connectors, these would plug into the receiver's 5th and 6th channels which may be labelled as AUX 1 & 2 or CH5 & CH 6 or flaps & gear.
Hope this helps,
Earl "Narly1" Anderson
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