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Old 12-26-2002, 10:55 PM
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Is there a web site that has the manual for the xf 622 radio, or can anyone tell me if it can mix elevons. Thanks Dale
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http://horizon.hobbyshopnow.com/support/manual.asp

Select JR, then 622 should be list. The radio can do Elevon mixing.
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Old 12-27-2002, 05:40 PM
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Here is the link to the manual on our web site. http://horizon.hobbyshopnow.com/shar...212-manual.pdf It doesn't look like it has this function, to do that I would recommend picking up an electronic mixer, such as part number EFLA101 from E-flight.
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Thanks Danny, You are right the 622 doesnt support elevon mixing or I am reading it wrong but I did upgrade from the Jr 422ex and it definately does support deltawing/elevons.
Thanks for the idea
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Yes, the 421 does have this mixing, but the 622 did not. The other newer 6 channel radios, the 642, 652, 631, and 662 all support elevon mixing. The 622 however did not have this feature.
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Is it possible to use the V-Tail mixing on the 622 as a quasi-elevon mixer? (switch the servos around)

Apologies for the misinformation, I'd just glanced thru the PDF manual and saw the V-Tail support, assumed that Elevon was there as well.
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The rudder stick would then work your ailerons, so it would be a little different.
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