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Will I did not use the screws. Metal screws just crack the foam in a hard landing. Use 15 minute Epoxy for the rudder and elevator. The stress is better distributed. If the foam breaks just put it back together with 15 or 30 minute Epoxy. If you must use screws, take the ones you have or the fuselage to ACE hardware in the USA to find something that will work.

2020-11-04 01:30:44 Helpful (1)
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Q: Does it bind in DSM2 or DSMX?

Asked by Tim on 2020-09-18 01:08:36

Will Both

2020-09-18 03:34:00 Helpful (0)
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Will Use a magnifying glass to read the print (if any) where the longest pins attach to the printed circuit board. Viewed from the top side of the board, AUX1 is on the far right. The bind channel is on the far left. It may be labeled

2020-09-03 08:20:55 Helpful (0)
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Q: hi, will this work with a Spektrum DXe?

Asked by jacquenfranck on 2020-08-18 08:40:28

Will DSM2 is supported by Spektrum transmitters so it should work.

2020-08-18 09:48:16 Helpful (0)
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Q: It can be used to save multiple destinations?

Asked by BG354412324 on 2020-06-06 10:28:02

Will The simple answer is "No". This unit can be set to return to it's launch area if if flys to a built-in flight radius. Others have answered in detail.

2020-06-07 09:43:26 Helpful (0)
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Q: what is return height on RTH

Asked by ror1948 on 2020-05-30 08:06:20

Will Try www.youtube.com Enter ZOHD Kopilot Lite and view several good videos. However, none will tell you how to take off a fixed wing plane with wheels.

2020-05-30 09:41:50 Helpful (0)
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Q: Are the adaptable to an O gage model train set?

Asked by garypochert1 on 2020-05-07 01:06:01

Will It has been done. Perform a search on www.youtube.com If you just want to re-route a train by moving the rails the SG90 size servo could be adapted. Consider using a "servo tester" as a start, found on E-bay for $1 to $2. An inexpensive ($2 to $4) BEC will convert a 12v source to the 5 volts needed by the servos and servo tester.

2020-05-07 03:02:20 Helpful (1)
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Will Lite seems to mean their documentation uses very little ink and is printed in disconnected paragraphs.. It is very hard to read. The design should control any size airplane that launches by being tossed. It does not seem to support ground takeoff. The motor only starts after locking on to a GPS signal and being tossed about 10 feet. If a receiver is setup in fail-safe mode the ESC may not run the motor. Try an older (no fail safe) ESC if the brushless motor will not start. The stabilization feature seems to work fine.

2020-04-29 04:03:22 Helpful (0)
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Will They have not arrived yet. So I do not know for sure. It often takes more than one month to get from China to the USA. The description I see says 100 pieces which would be 50 pair.

2020-04-01 08:02:54 Helpful (0)
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Will The short answer is yes. Since instructions usually are not sent along with the ESC's programming the ESC is just a guess. I would try these steps for a new ESC.1 Remove the propellor..2 Power up the transmitter with the throttle set for highest RPM.3 Power up the plane. The motor should not spin. Danger....It might spin up.4 Pull the throttle back to zero power and power off your plane.5 Power up the plane again with minimum throttle.6 Advance the throttle briefly to max power and return to the minimum setting.7 If these steps worked you have just calibrated your ESC to supply power from 0 RPM to it's maximum.8 If the motor spins backwards just swap any two of the three thicker wires that connect the EC and motor.9 Install a prop and launch your plane over tall grass. Tall grass reduces the chance of damage on a first flight.Almost any small brushless motor will work. Your choice of propellers will determine AMPs drawn from the ESC. A 9

2020-03-13 09:11:02 Helpful (7)
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Will Double check that the Kopilot is fixed firmly to the fuselage. Velcro will not work without 1 or 2 plastic cable ties added. If the Kopilot starts to bounce it will not easily stop. Once in the air turn the gain way down and slowly increase it. When the vibration starts again turn the gain down till the vibration stops. Oscillation is the result of the Kopilot over correcting. Use the least amount of gain to fly rather than the most. Of course you could have loose hinges or a loose decal.

2020-03-05 01:26:38 Helpful (0)
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Will Whatis a "dji" air unit? We have a language problem. Sorry.

2020-01-31 10:16:32 Helpful (0)
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Q: Is this compatible with hitec afhss system

Asked by charlesstevensw on 2020-01-07 01:52:26

Will Ido not know the afhss system. The autopilot accepts the output of a receiver's channels and applies adjustments to keeps a plane level, flying straight, or return to home and circle above the launch point. Transmission protocol should not matter. The ZOHD system seems to be designed for hand launched, fixed wings planes. You may have to get out and push if you plan to takeoff on wheels. (A joke but seems to be true).

2020-01-31 10:14:24 Helpful (3)
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