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« Reply #25 on: June 15, 2013, 11:16:13 AM »
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Do you have any documentation on wiring the mini sky surfer?
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« Reply #26 on: June 15, 2013, 11:33:30 AM »
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nopes i dont have any ....but its easy ...channel one is throttle for the esc wire,channel two is aileron ,channel 3 is elevator ,channel fou is rudder channel 5 is gain channel 6 is aux 1 and channel 7 is aux ,,,,does the mini sky surfer have two aileron servos or only one Huh?Huh?Huh???
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« Reply #27 on: June 15, 2013, 12:12:03 PM »
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Here is the picture of what I am having, also included the notes of my confusion, please guide.
If you mark the arrows like match making and pairing on this picture using a different color (say green), it will help me build it perfectly.

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« Reply #28 on: June 15, 2013, 01:07:04 PM »
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GreenBrains, Google Devta ka smaran karo...and...(See attached pic. I've annotated the original with numbers for the following to make sense)

1. They will be connected to your R/X directly. When you connect, orient them so the black goes to -ve, red to +ve and white to signal (your rx has markings for the pins). If you have red/orange brown then orange is the signal, brown is -ve and red is +ve. The Servo for elevator should go in ELE on the Rx and the servo for rudder should go in RUD on the Rx. See point 3 for more info

2. Those two servos will be connected to the two sided part marked in number 7 and the other side (single sided) of part marked in number 7 will go to AIL on the Rx. Those two servos will be mounted on wing and will control the Ailerons

3. That rx has AETR (Aileron, Elevator, Throttle, Rudder, ch5, ch6, ch7, ch8) in that sequence, by default. I think it can be changed in the RCB7x, not sure though

4. Will connect to the ESC. The pin on your ESC (see point 8 ) does however not mate with this, so its recommended that you desolder this connector and replace it with a deans connector that will mate with the ESC. deans are easily available at LHS

5. This is the balancer port on your Lipo battery. use it while charging to balance charge the battery. Your Lipo charger will have headers that will mate easily with this. dont need this while flying

6. The JST seem extra and will need a crimping tool. If you can crimp them by some other method, you could also replace these as the connectors in 5, however, since XT60 or Deans are much more common, it is recommended you get hold of deans or xt60s.

7. (This is called a Y-cable). See point 2. I believe you will need some servo extension leads in case the wires are short

8. This is the deans connector that will be connected to the battery

9. This will plug to THR on Rx (see point 3).

Hope that helps

GS



UPDATE: I confused point 4, beyond my own understanding when I read it again. Fixed now.



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