Started by Biggles70, November 15, 2019, 12:26:16 pm
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Quote from: itsme on November 15, 2019, 15:10:43 pmSome receivers do not like the throttle stick with any trim on it. Take it right down and try again, it sounds like a safety protocol to prevent an electric motor starting.
Quote from: Biggles70 on November 15, 2019, 20:21:13 pmThank you for the comments. The throttle was fully down, also the trim.I do now have the answer, courtesy of Garry Brace at Al's Hobbies. PORT B on the AR620, labelled for 'Battery', is ONLY used for the battery on I.C. powered planes. For electric planes using an ESC with BEC, the correct PORT is PORT 1. The connection from the ESC goes into that. The remaining PORTS are for servos. PORT 'B' IS NOT used.I do think that the AR620 Manual does not make this sufficiently clear.Thank again Garry and Al's Hobbies
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