Futaba Conquest radio conversion to 2.4(Help Wanted)

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Re: Futaba Conquest radio conversion to 2.4(Help Wanted)

Postby ergocentric » Sun Jun 06, 2010 1:50 am

rotorcrafts wrote:Also what effect will the trainer switch have on the 2.4 system if it is activated when the 2.4 system is working.


Unless you know precisely what you are doing I would not recommend rewiring then using it as an instructor transmitter.
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Re: Futaba Conquest radio conversion to 2.4(Help Wanted)

Postby Tarasdad » Sat Jun 26, 2010 6:25 am

Will this module work on a Conquest 6-ch AM transmitter (Futaba mod. # FP-T6NLK)?
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Re: Futaba Conquest radio conversion to 2.4(Help Wanted)

Postby rotorcrafts » Sat Jun 26, 2010 1:24 pm

ergocentric wrote:
rotorcrafts wrote:Also what effect will the trainer switch have on the 2.4 system if it is activated when the 2.4 system is working.


Unless you know precisely what you are doing I would not recommend rewiring then using it as an instructor transmitter.



Thankyou for your help. well i already converted my radio using the trainer port, I removed the trainer port plug from the main board and i identified the -ve and +ve wire. One of the remaininng two wires was of the PPM signal so taht wasnt difficult at all. I also found a four pin connector that nicely seated on the four protruding pins. I dont have a trainer port now but i am on 2.4ghz :D
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Re: Futaba Conquest radio conversion to 2.4(Help Wanted)

Postby rotorcrafts » Sat Jun 26, 2010 1:25 pm

Tarasdad wrote:Will this module work on a Conquest 6-ch AM transmitter (Futaba mod. # FP-T6NLK)?



I think it should.
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