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Old 08-01-2017, 11:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi!

I hope there's someone out there that could guide me.
I am a beginner and I can't bind align 150x with dx9.

I have:
- Align t-rex 150x
- Spectrum DX9
- Spectrum satellite dsmx

1.I connected the phone and the helicopter via Bluetooth, updated the firmware, selected the type of transmitter - Spectrum DSMX SAT.
2. Transmitter dx9 settings: frame rate 22ms, mode DSMX.
3. I connected the satellite to the helicopter.
4. Click bind button at the helicopter, insert battery (while holding the button), then press the bind on the transmitter. No result.

Noticed that satellite when the battery is connected blinks only a few times, although it should blink continuously when binding.

I would be grateful for any advice and help.

Here is a short video.
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Old 08-05-2017, 07:30 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Always put the transmitter 1 or 2 meter away from the satellite for binding! Hope this help

2. Q: Sometimes the system takes longer to connect or doesn’t connect at all. Why?
A: In order for a DSM system to connect, the receiver must receive a large number of uninterrupted signal packets from the transmitter. This process takes just a few seconds, but if the transmitter is too close to the receiver (within 4 feet) or near reflective material (metal objects, carbon fiber material, etc.) it may detect its own reflected 2.4GHz energy as “noise”. This can delay or prevent connection. If this happens, make sure you are a sufficient distance from metal objects and the receiver itself before you power up and try again.
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