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Old 05-22-2018, 05:50 AM
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Angry wiring up ZYX S2 gyro and Futaba TCK with R3006SB T-FHSS Rx

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I have been driven nuts with this setup, but I will admit to normally being a Spektrum person, so not too familiar with Futaba, and especially the S-BUS system I am trying to wire up.

I have looked at the manuals for Tx and Rx, but still cannot decipher exactly where the wires should go, and in what order. I understandfit only requires one or two wires, but the ZYX system I have provides a single femail connector lead split into 3 seperate single (signal) wires, colored Red, Brown and Orange.

Can anyone give me the exact wiring as the manual colors are totally unclear and which connection sI attach any/all of these to.
Equally, where does the power from the ESC go ?

Sorry it is a wide open query,, but I have spent about three days trying this out, all to no avail.

Many thanks to anyone who can clarify this mess for me, I am sure it is perfectly simple, but so far..........
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Old 06-20-2018, 05:37 AM
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Can nobody provide me with some help on this - Really ?????

I am told that this is supposed to be dead simple. Somneone please put me out of my misery amd tell me how to connect this ZYX S2 thing onto S-BUS ????

THANK YOU in advance
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