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Old 06-10-2010, 04:26 PM
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I just bought a Spektrum module for my Futaba. I did not realize that it unlike the JR module still uses a wire up to the antenna. Will you be releasing a upgrade kit to match the JR module? Switching back and force is a pain. I also worry if the antenna threads will not last multi switching.


The manual is not very clear on how bind a AR7000 or any rx when not using a switch harness.

Old 07-03-2010, 06:34 AM
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I just bought a Spektrum module for my Futaba. I did not realize that it unlike the JR module still uses a wire up to the antenna. Will you be releasing a upgrade kit to match the JR module? Switching back and force is a pain. I also worry if the antenna threads will not last multi switching.


The manual is not very clear on how bind a AR7000 or any rx when not using a switch harness.

Binding is simple if not using a 3 wire switch. remove the battery power input, insert the bind plug, insert the battery power input into ANY open port. Then, turn on power to the RX, the lights will be flashing on both parts, then while holding down the bind button on the back of the TX, turn on the power, after a few seconds, the lights on the receiver will go solid, you can release the bind button, turn everything off, remove the bind plug, re-insert the power line to the input, and you are good to go. After any adjustments in your programming, you will want to re-bind again.

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