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Old 05-30-2013, 05:40 PM
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Default Ignition Cutoff

I have the EQ6 and Futaba R617FS receiver. I'm setting up a 35% extra 300. Presently all the receiver channels are being used, for the extra aileron and dual batteries. Channel 7/bat not being used. Can I use empty spot for the ignition cutoff. If not how would you setup the receiver to use the ignition cut off.

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Old 05-31-2013, 06:09 AM
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Hi,
You should have Ch 1 or 8 (depending on if your receiver numbers go left to right or right to left) plugged into your Throttle. Five of the single wire channels should be plugged in to the receiver
and the other 3-wire channel should plug into your channel 7. Typically channel 5 is used for Cutoff since its already on a switch for gear. The Cutoff must be assigned on one of the programmable
(2-7) channels. If you need me to walk you through this then I suggest you call.


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I have the EQ6 and Futaba R617FS receiver. I'm setting up a 35% extra 300. Presently all the receiver channels are being used, for the extra aileron and dual batteries. Channel 7/bat not being used. Can I use empty spot for the ignition cutoff. If not how would you setup the receiver to use the ignition cut off.

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