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Old 01-08-2014, 04:46 PM
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Can someone please help me on this?

I Have never used one and just got it. I can plug in the battery and it works perfect. If I plug the red wire into ch 6 like I have seen on all the setup vids to make it so I can control pitch with the trans, the thing goes nuts. I tried to connect it to the computer to program everything and it will not connect for any reason. It just says it didn't connect

Any information would be greatly appreciated. I am at wits end with this thing.

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Old 01-09-2014, 11:43 AM
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Bummer, thought there would be more on this. From what I can gather, I grounded their board to the RX and added a wire to the C band of the CTR plug. I tried to plug that and have it on a switch but it didn't work. I programed it to a rotary switch and got it to work. I now have tilt, not even going to try roll. That will get me going.

If you get one, you need to have it perfectly steady before you plug it in. If you hold it in your hand and plug it in, it will not initialize 9 times out of 10. This threw me for a loop for a bit.

Also, the thing will not talk to an apple computer, or a windows 8 computer. I tried 4 computers and then went and got the oldest laptop we have and got it to talk to the windows vista. Strange and frustrating.

It is an awesome little gimbal. Looking forward to playing with it both on the flame wheel and the plane.

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