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    is a R600 receiver pcm

    This JR R600 receiver I inherited , I tried to set it up to a Neon Hitec FM 72 Mhz radio same channel #40 and it wont work at all , so next I removed the crystal and installed it into a different receiver, and the JR crystal in a different receiver worked with the Hitech radio so I tried the R600 JR receiver also to a Futaba radio set on PPM and it did not work , I know both of my radios are negative shift , so maybe the reason for not working is that the R600 JR receiver is a positive shift or could this JR receiver be a PCM modulation that don't match a PPM radio?

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    RE: is a R600 receiver pcm

    The 600 is shift selectable, do you have it selected correctly?
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    RE: is a R600 receiver pcm



    ORIGINAL: BarracudaHockey

    The 600 is shift selectable, do you have it selected correctly?
    I really dont know if the reciever is selectable ,its a R600 made by JR channel # 40 and my Radio is a standard Futaba skysport with the same crystal channel #40
    TRANSMITTER T4YF
    (2 sticks, 4 channels, FM transmitter)
    Transmitting frequency: 29, 35, 36, 40, 41,
    50, 60, 72, 75 MHz
    Modulation method: FM (Frequency Modulation)
    Power requirement: 12V (penlight battery
    x8) or 9.6V nicd battery
    Current drain: 180mA
    SERVO S3003/S3004
    (Standard servo)
    Power requirement: 4.8V or 6V (common
    with receiver)
    Current drain: 8mA (idle)
    Output torque: 3.2kg-cm (4.8V)
    Operating speed: 0.23sec/60 degree (4.8V)
    Size: 40.4x19.8x36mm
    Weight: 37.2g
    RECEIVER R136F(not for USA)
    (6 channels, FM receiver)
    Receiving frequency: 29, 35, 36, 40, 41, 60,
    72 MHz
    Intermediate frequency: 455kHz
    Receiver image
    http://static.rcgroups.net/forums/at...P101005250.jpg

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    RE: is a R600 receiver pcm

    I'm not asking you if its shift selectable, I'm telling you that it is.
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    RE: is a R600 receiver pcm


    ORIGINAL: BarracudaHockey

    I'm not asking you if its shift selectable, I'm telling you that it is.
    how do I do the shift selection on it ? thanks for your help

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    RE: is a R600 receiver pcm


    ORIGINAL: suzonka


    ORIGINAL: BarracudaHockey

    I'm not asking you if its shift selectable, I'm telling you that it is.
    how do I do the shift selection on it ? thanks for your help
    My pleasure. Here you go...
    http://www.horizonhobby.com/pdf/JR_RS600_manual.pdf
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    RE: is a R600 receiver pcm


    ORIGINAL: BarracudaHockey


    ORIGINAL: suzonka


    ORIGINAL: BarracudaHockey

    I'm not asking you if its shift selectable, I'm telling you that it is.
    how do I do the shift selection on it ? thanks for your help
    My pleasure. Here you go...
    http://www.horizonhobby.com/pdf/JR_RS600_manual.pdf
    Well is was worth the try , I have the R600 not the sport with that -+ shift option , I took it apart any way hoping I would see the same block with the little wire to change it but its totally different inside. but thanks any way the good part is the crystal is interchangeable with another receiver I tried it in . maybe some day a guy in the club will give me a positive shift transmitter and Ill be all set , thanks any way I learned something about the R600 Sport .


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