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Binding Transmitter and Receiver HELP

Old 09-16-2020, 07:09 AM
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Hi all, I am totally new in this and already HAVING A PROBLEM I have a new XK X7 Transmitter which came with a Plane I bought, now I do bought a used Heli (Copter X450) and I am not able to get this to work, so in other words I am not able to bind the Transmitter with the Receiver………………….. I might be too stupid or just missing something!?

I watched some Videos about the Transmitter and programming but cannot find anything about binding the frequency……….PLS HELP I’m already exhausted.
Old 09-16-2020, 11:34 AM
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Is your receiver compatible with the transmitter? Generally, one needs both to be the same brand, and even then, sometimes only certain specific receivers from that brand will work with a given transmitter.
Old 09-17-2020, 05:37 AM
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I am not sure about, need to check, but it should be the Transmitter XK X7 is a common Model and sold separately as well
Old 09-17-2020, 06:37 AM
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Originally Posted by TomTom65 View Post
I am not sure about, need to check, but it should be the Transmitter XK X7 is a common Model and sold separately as well
Doesn't matter. There is not just one way to send a signal to the receiver. Most manufacturers make sure theirs is different from everyone else, so that you only can buy their products. Sometimes other companies will offer alternative receivers that work with a specific brand. Some companies sell additional components to change the signal from the transmitter to work with other receivers. But you can't count on that. So you need to do some investigating to see whether the receiver can be used with the X7. Probably not. You may have to replace it with one that can be.
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Thanks a lot for your explanation

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