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Futaba T10CHP GHz & FM Module Capability. Shipped & PP $ – RC Groups
We really liked the layout and flow of the menus and the large easy-to-read display. Last edited by CentroniX; at The only time this seems to not be true is some of the heli futabq features seems that way as some of the switches are removed as options if you have it set to throttle hold.
I copied all the settings over from my 9C without any changes which means in theory, the consumption should be exactly the same. The smooth sticks and real feel, paired up with a t10xhp transmitter link, feels great in the sim. This shows you the model memory chosen, up to three highly configurable timers, the user name, the total time flown on that model and your trim settings.
The idea in was to keep the Axis ships from jamming the communications; init’s the kid one field over with his new park flyer and not a clue about frequency control.
Futaba T10CHP Transmitter TM 10 FASST 2.4 GHz Module Battery Charger & Manual
Quote message in reply? It’s made easier this time as the joystick allows you to scoot sideways futabaa an option rather than just linearly scrolling through the list. Jan 06, Setting up is super easy and has been this way ever since Futaba went futana the rotating dial menu features. Everything is very clear and easy to read. Bear in mind that different radio manufacturers use different terminology, so if you aren’t experienced with Futaba you’ll need to refer to the manual to check some of the terms.
The sticks are an improvement over lower-end Futaba transmitters, although we felt it necessary to reduce the spring tension. This is to avoid dropped packets and potential loss of control. Previously on the t10cgp, the user had to give up the P-mixes if he desire such a mixing.
OK for indoors and some park flyers, but not for larger glow or electric models. Anyways, that’s my spiel, just wanted people to know what it’s like to actually use this puppy.
I tried it with my hitec hb and found that the problem was with my TX. So you can turn on your landing lights when you drop the flaps, that sort of thing.
When I moved the stick in extremely tiny steps, there are instances when the servos don’t move at all. Next we want to set expo and dual rates: The above is part of two articles I did for rcheliresource.
Originally Posted by kingsflyer Thanks for pointing out the weak batteries as well as the great performance. Options Quote message in reply?
Futaba 10C 2.4 FASST Transmitter Review
In general the radio has a great feel, and compared to the 9C the sticks are a touch more separated and closer to the sides. Sure it only has 15 models, but the Campac system is very handy. The larger inner switches are quite easy to find and because the inner switch on the right is three-position, I like to use it for triple-rates the three position switches are great for this reason.
Maybe one day they’ll come down. Very nice LCD backlight. Also, the receiver that’s included is 14 channels.
I think that you guys missed one of the best features of the 10C, which is especially useful for electric planes. The timers can be set to count up, count down and give total time with a model. It’s listed as a maximum ‘ range. The 10C has 3 “soft” or “logic” switches which can be assigned to any switched function.
However, I did find my usual piro-flip timing going a bit off with the 10C. If anything post-sale is needed for this radio it’s the upgrade battery. Scrolling further down the parameter page will show the settings for the TX, including the Backlight brightness.
There are 3 timers now, instead of the 2 on the 9C. The backlight on the display has also turned out to be surprisingly handy. Fuutaba feel is great. It does also cutaba you can program the radio at night, which is perfect for night flying and comes in handy night flying is great fun!
I have read a few complaints about the idle up switches being too close together, but so far, I have not found it so be so. Unless you can conceive of building a plane that requires more than 10 channels, you will never need another radio.
I was waiting for some real world experience on the system before I made my purchase. All-in-all, there’s less time to wait for the signal to get to your bird, and for things with heavy mixing like CCPM heli heads this is a great boost. futba