FUTABA 3PV TRANSMITTER - 3(+1)-CHANNEL DIGITAL PROPORTIONAL RC SYSTEM, 01004347-3. TELEMETRY SYSTEM: The T3PV transmitter has adopted the newly developed bidirectional communication system T-FHSS. 2.4 GHZ SS RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM: Frequency channel setting is unnecessary: Channel shifting takes place within the 2.4 GHz band automatically. This system minimizes the interference from other 2.4 GHz systems.
MODEL MEMORY FOR 10 MODELS: Model names can use up to 4 letters, numbers, and symbols. The contents of the currently selected model data can be copied to another model.STEERING TRIM: Steering neutral adjustments can be made by moving the steering trim knob to the left or right. THROTTLE TRIM: Throttle neutral adjustments can be made moving the throttle trim up or down. CHANNEL-4 TRIM: At 4WS Mixing: The neutral adjustments of the rear steering servo can be made by pressing the +/- key. At BRK Mixing: The neutral adjustments of the front brake servo can be made by pressing the +/- key. SUB TRIM: Use this function to adjust the neutral position of the steering, throttle, and channel 3 (4) servos. STEERING DUAL RATES (D/R): Use this function to adjust the steering travel of your model. STEERING END POINT ADJUSTMENT (EPA-CH1): This function is used to limit the servo movement to the left or right.
This feature will compensate for any difference in right or left turning angles or radius due to the characteristics of your model. THROTTLE END POINT ADJUSTMENT (EPA-CH2): This function is used to adjust the forward and brake side servo travel. Each direction can be adjusted independent of each other.Use this feature to set the throttle servo travel. CHANNEL-3 END POINT ADJUSTMENT (EPA-CH3): This function is used to limit the servo movement to the left or right. CHANNEL-4 END POINT ADJUSTMENT (EPA-CH4): This function is used to limit the servo movement to the left or right. 4WS/BRK MIXING (SMX): 4WS mixing is used with crawler and other 4WS specification cars. The first channel controls the front side steering and the fourth channel controls the rear side steering. Brake (BRK) mixing is used when the front and rear brakes must be adjusted independently, such as in 1/5 GP cars, etc. This mixing uses the second channel to control the rear brakes and the fourth channel to control the front brakes.
STEERING SERVO REVERSING: This function reverses the rotation direction of the steering servo. THROTTLE SERVO REVERSING: This function reverses the rotation direction of the throttle servo. CHANNEL-3 SERVO REVERSING: This function reverses the rotation direction of the channel-3 servo. CHANNEL-4 SERVO REVERSING: This function reverses the rotation direction of the channel-4 servo. STEERING EXP: This function is used to change the sensitivity of the steering servo around the neutral position.
THROTTLE EXP: This function changes the sensitivity of the throttle servo in the throttle trigger forward side and brake side directions. ABS: This function simulates a dull size car's anti-lock braking by pulsing the brake on and off rapidly. Model stops as rapidly as possible without skidding.T-FHSS/S-FHSS SYSTEM, WHEEL TYPE, 3+1 CHANNELS The 4th channel is used for mixing functions only. COMMUNICATION METHOD: Two-way (T-FHSS)/One-way(S-FHSS, FHSS) operation system. MAXIMUM OPERATING RANGE: 80m (Optimum condition). TRANSMITTER FREQUENCY: 2.4 GHz band. POWER REQUIREMENT: Size AA Dry Cell battery x 4 (6 V). CURRENT DRAIN: 100 mA or less. SIZE: 35.1 mm x 23.2 mm x 8.5 mm. OPERATING VOLTAGE: DC 4.8V-7.4V.
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