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Old 02-25-2016, 09:20 PM
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When using the JR Dmss module in a JR XP9303 and JR 10X transmitter, how many channels are available in ppm setting? Also, is xbus not available?
Old 02-26-2016, 01:31 PM
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9 and unsure. If your servos are programmed and plugged into a xbus compatible RX, channels 1-9 should be available. You would need a xbus servo programmer.

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No, my experience has indicated that the XBus is not available on the XP9303 using the DMSS module. This is not surprising. On the XG series, the first choice one must make when choosing the XBus menu is whether to leave it inhibited or switch it on and use either Mode A or Mode B. As there is no XBus menu on the XP9303 and the 10X, there is no means of activating it. On the outside chance that Mode A might by default be available when using the DMSS module in a non XG transmitter, I tried it. It didnít work.
 
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