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Using two Receivers at the same time (Aurora 9)

Old 08-28-2011, 11:01 PM
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Default Using two Receivers at the same time (Aurora 9)

Hi

I have an Aurora 9 and I want to use 2 recevers in a fairly large plane for redundancy.

So if I plug the one Aileron/Elevator/Rudder into one reciver and the other aileron/elevator and throttle into another receiver will that work?

Regards,
Marcel
Old 08-29-2011, 02:37 AM
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ORIGINAL: RappyPilot Hi I have an Aurora 9 and I want to use 2 recevers in a fairly large plane for redundancy.
So if I plug the one Aileron/Elevator/Rudder into one reciver and the other aileron/elevator and throttle into another receiver will that work?
Regards, Marcel
Provided Aurora 9is linked and transmitting in "Normal"Mode, yes.
Optima Transceiver (RX) - Dual Redundant receivers -
note: both transceivers will see the same signal so individual ports can not be changed on each separate unit.
Optima Transceiver (RX) - Dual or Multiple Batteries may be installed - Avoid Brownout
& Add Redundancy, even one for each servo.

and more under Hitec USA Support Forum Sticky:
Aurora 9, Spectra Modules & Optima Transceivers
- FAQ & Undocumented Features
- Mixes, Setups,Tips.
{Individual Links often updated}

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Old 08-29-2011, 02:41 AM
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Great Thanks for that.

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