FUTABA 10CHG MANUAL PDF

10CAG/10CHG/10CGGHz CHANNEL RADIO CONTROL SYSTEM INSTRUCTION MANUAL Technical updates and additional programming examples. Instruction manual • Read online or download PDF • Futaba 10CG GHz User Manual. Futaba 10CHG Pdf User Manuals. View online or download Futaba 10CHG Instruction Manual.

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Please be sure to programming, use, set up and safety information on the 10CG radio system and is updated regularly. Any technical there, please see the end of our F. Prior approval of the appropriate government furaba may be required. If you have purchased this product from an exporter outside your futava, and not the authorized Futaba distributor in your country, please contact the seller immediately to determine if such export regulations have been met.

Have regular maintenance performed. Although your 10CG protects the model memories with non-volatile EEPROM memory which does not require periodic replacement and not a battery, the transmitter still should have regular checkups for wear and tear.

See Charging the NiCd batteries, p. To prevent possible damage to your radio gear, turn the power switches on and off in the proper sequence: Turn on the transmitter power and allow your transmitter to reach its home fhtaba. Turn on your receiver power. Defaults to ACRO model type.

Pulse width control, 1. Adjusting the length of the non-slip control sticks You may change the length of the control sticks to make your transmitter more Stick tip A Locking piece B comfortable to hold and operate. Next, move the locking piece B up or down to lengthen or shorten.

Use the DIAL to change this to the correct mode. Note that this will NOT change the throttle and elevator rachets, etc. No part of the servo casing should contact the mounting failure. RHS Receiver Futaba’s dual antenna diversity then seamlessly selects the best signal reception between these antennas to ensure that there is no loss of signal. To change the mode, please adhere to the following steps: Turn on the receiver. Turn off the receiver. Each transmitter has an individually assigned, unique ID code.

In order to start operation, the receiver must be linked with the ID code of the transmitter with which it is being paired.

Once the link is made, the ID code is stored in the receiver and no further linking is necessary unless the receiver is to be used with another transmitter. This enables you to ensure that incorporates a system that reduces its power output and allows you to perform such a range check.

We have installed a special “Power Down Mode” Modulation indicator Timers MIX: CAMPac and loss of all data. A single long beep.

FUTABA 10CAG Instruction Manual

The single beep lets you know that the RF output has stopped for any reason. The blue RF light also goes out. Return your transmitter to Futaba for service. It follows our basic format of all programming pages: Other functions you may wish to set up for your model. This function selects which of the 15 model memories in the transmitter or 33 in the optional CAMPac- the model’s name and an image of its type are indicated after its number.

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The name of the model memory you are copying into is displayed for clarity. Upon completion, it cannot be recovered. By 10hcg each model a name that is immediately recognizable, a crash. The T10CG has 15 model memories, which can each support: The various functions in the T10CG can be selected by switch. The Logic switch can be assigned to the following functions: The movement is largest at idle and msnual at high throttle to avoid accidental dead sticks.

The switch’s location and direction must be chosen. Dual rates affect the control listed, such as aileron, not just a single ex: TIMER submenu stopwatch functions: If the time is exceeded, it continues to count below 0.

Auxiliary channel function including channel controls AUX-CH controls and the futzba output for channels Channels are not supported in 2. The 10CG manuall be manuao or student with any Futaba transmitter compatible with the cord. Simply maual the optional trainer cord For 10CG series, sold separately into the trainer connection on each transmitter, and follow the guidelines below. The 10CG has digital trims which are different from conventional mechanical trim sliders.

There are 3 basic wing types in aircraft models: Model uses one aileron servo or multiple servos on a Y-harness into a single receiver vutaba and has a tail. This is the default setup and requires no specialized wing programming. Please set up after pressing DIAL for 1 second and canceling the alarm display. View additional model setups on the internet: View additional model setups: Allows twin aileron servo operation with a 5-channel receiver.

For details on setting up a complex aerobatic plane, please visit www. Many other setup examples are also available at this location. With programmable mixing, could utilize CH5 as the 2nd elevator servo. For details on setting up a complex plane, such as one with a v-tail AND a separate steerable nosewheel, please visit our FAQ at www.

It also removes the need to change dual rates on the 3 channels prior to performing a snap, as SNAP-ROLL always takes the servos to the same position, regardless of dual rates, inputs held during the snap, etc.

Every aircraft snaps differently due to its C. There are a variety of types of mixes. View additional setups on the internet: This function is particularly popular with or installations with a high tank position. Not needed for fuel injection engines, which do this automatically. This function adjust the throttle operation curve for optimum engine response to throttle stick movement.

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Manyal 10CG contains four separate linear programmable mixes. HELI has mixer ‘s mixing. There are a variety of reasons you might futsba to use these mixes. A few are listed here.

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Not displayed if master is not CHbecause have no trim. Set up additional programmable mixes, ex: View numerous additional mix setups: Compensate for pitching up or down when rudder is applied. Set up linear programmable mixes, ex: View numerous mix setups: Integrated sensor and control circuit make it easy to mount.

Some scale models with retracts also have separate gear doors to cover the scale gear. For one example of how to operate the gear doors separately from the retracts, please visit our website: Many scale and aerobatic models use smoke systems to provide increased realism or a more impressive It is a good practice to set up a “safety” The features that are identical refer back to the ACRO chapter.

Those functions which are identical to the ACRO setups are referred directly to those pages. It defaults to NULL to avoid accidentally assigning it to a switch, which might result in an unintentional dead Adjustability: For an example of trim settings, please see the following: It is convenient for hand launch glider.

The same delay amount for elevator and rudder is recommended when using V-tail function. The 10CG radios support 8 basic swashplate setups, including “single servo” Swashplate function rate settings SWASH AFR travel of the aileron, elevator except H-2 and collective pitch functions, adjusting or reversing the motion of all servos involved in that function, only when using that function.

This function can be set for each flight condition, and is used to correct the tendency of the model to change altitude when the rotor is tilted by aileron, elevator, and rudder controls.

Operator’s manual for Futaba 10CHG – RC Groups

Setting up the Normal Flight Condition: Set up Normal Flight Condition for 1 second. It is commonly used to practice auto-rotation.

Prior to setting up THR-HOLD futsba, hook up the throttle linkage so that the carburetor is opened fully at high throttle, then use the digital trim to adjust the engine idle position. These 7-point curves are utilized to best match the blade collective pitch to the engine RPM for consistent load on the engine. Curves are separately adjustable for normal, idle-up 1, idle-up 2, and idle-up 3.

In addition, a separate collective pitch curve is available for throttle hold.