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Old 03-20-2013, 12:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Programming fail-Safe on AR8000 with DX7

Im trying to put the AR8000 into failsafe mode using the AR8000rx...I can manually put it in because I programmed a switch to do it...now I need to make it work when I turn off my DX7...HELP !!! Thank You.
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All you need to do is set your stick positions to where you want it to failsafe, and then re-bind. You may have to lower the throttle trim manually if you have a lower position set for hold and want to use the hold position for failsafe because you can't power on the transmitter with hold activated. Other than that, is this an original DX7, or a DX7s? The original DX7 is still a great radio, but only DSM2. If you are using it for FPV, DSMX transmitters have the advantage of a more robust RF link. (your AR8000 will work with either DSM2 or DSMX)
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Im trying to put the AR8000 into failsafe mode using the AR8000rx...I can manually put it in because I programmed a switch to do it...now I need to make it work when I turn off my DX7...HELP !!! Thank You.
Place your radio switches so they are or would be in failsafe mode and leaving throttle at 50%. Leave it off or now turn off your radio.

Next, insert your bind plug into the rx. Power on the rx/naza. After 2-3secs remove your bind plug from the rx.

Now, turn on your radio holding the bind switch and bind to the rx like your normally would but now with your radio "in" the failsafe position.

After it binds, power off the rx and place your radio switches back to "normal".

Power cycle your radio and power on your rx/naza.



Lastly, check and verify in the naza assistant that when you turn off your radio it enters failsafe before you go test fly!!!.
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