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Introduction

Corona RP8D1
Type RP8D1
Size 46 x 24 x 13 mm
Weight 9.2 g (with shirink wrap)
Range > 1.5km / 4900ft
Sensitivity better than 2.0 μv
Selectivity ±8 kHz at 65 dBdown
Number of Channel 1-8
Filtering Dual turned RF circuitry, Dual 4 pole ceramic filter, DSP filtering with mild algorithm
Modulate FM / PPM
Intermediate Frequency 455 kHZ
IP3 +10 dBm
Operating voltage 4.8 V ~ 6.0 VDC
Operating current 17 mA

Réglages

Set up process

  1. Turn on transmitter with the antenna extended
  2. Power up the receiver. The receiver LED will flash 2 times quickly
  3. Press the scan button on the receiver for 2 seconds, the LED will flash 3 times meaning the receiver is ready for the set up process.
  4. Press the button on the receiver two times, the receiver should blink quickly then light on. Now the receiver is ready for use.


Mode I [ ] Short lit followed by a short dark period, repeated 3 times Réglage de fréquence
Mode II [ ] Long lit followed by a long dark period, repeated 3 times Désactivation du failsafe
Mode III [ ] Short lit followed by a long dark period, repeated 3 times Activation du failsafe


  • Mode I sequence will repeat 3 times. Pressing the button in this mode will start the frequency locking process. If the button is not pressed, mode II will be entered.
  • Mode II sequence will repeat 2 times. Pressing the button in this mode will disable the failsafe function. If the button is not pressed, mode III will be entered.
  • Mode III sequence will repeat 2 times. Pressing the button in this mode will enable the failsafe function. If the button is not pressed, mode I will be entered again.
  • If no button is pressed these 3 modes will repeat 10 times, then end with 2 short LED flashes.

Mode I : locking to the transmitter frequency

  1. Turn on the transmitter with the antenna extended.
  2. Turn on the receiver. The LED will blink 2 times. If the LED remains lit then the receiver is receiving correct commands from a transmitter. If the LED goes out then the receiver is not receiving any correct commands, in which case you should set it up again...
  3. To set it up, press the scan button for 2 seconds, then release it. The LED blinks 3 times now (should it blink 2 times, then press the button again for 2 seconds). While in mode I, press the button shortly. If the LED begins to blink quickly it means that the receiver is searching for a valid signal. Wait for 2-3 seconds for the search to complete.

Once the receiver is locked to the transmitter, the LED will flash 2 times and then remain lit. If the LED goes out again, check the transmitter.

  1. After the receiver has locked, if you don’t change frequency, the receiver will work whenever you connect it to the power. No need to relock.

Caution: when locking your receiver, please ensure only your own transmitter is working and put your receiver close enough to your transmitter.

Mode II : disabling the failsafe

  1. Turn on the transmitter with the antenna extended.
  2. Turn on the receiver. The LED will blink 2 times. If the LED remains lit then the receiver is receiving correct commands from a transmitter.
  3. To set it up, press the scan button for 2 seconds, then release it. The LED blinks 3 times now (should it blink 2 times, then press the button again for 2 seconds). While in mode II, press the button shortly to start the failsafe disabling process.
  4. The LED will flash 2 times and then remain lit. The transmitter now does not control the receiver and the failsafe has been disabled. You must now restart the receiver.

Mode III : enabling the failsafe

  1. Turn on the transmitter with the antenna extended.
  2. Turn on the receiver. The LED will blink 2 times. If the LED remains lit then the receiver is receiving correct commands from a transmitter.
  3. Adjust the sticks and switches on the transmitter to the position that you feel will best protect your aircraft in the event of a loss of signal. Typically the throttle is decreased and a slight elevator input is required to maintain a controlled glide slope. You should notice as you set the sticks and switches that the receiver is responding indicating the transmitter and receiver are synchronized.
  4. To set it up, press the scan button for 2 seconds, then release it. The LED blinks 3 times now (should it blink 2 times, then press the button again for 2 seconds). While in mode III, press the button shortly to start the failsafe enabling process.
  5. The LED will flash 2 times and then remain lit. The transmitter now does not control the receiver and the failsafe has been enabled. You must now restart the receiver.

During this setting step do not turn off the transmitter. Otherwise the receiver will not record the position of sticks and switches and it will not retain a failsafe setting. Should this occur you will notice the LED flashing twice and then going dark indicating that you will have to start the process over.

Caution:

  1. Restart the receiver when the set up process of disabling or enabling the failsafe is completed.
  2. While in Mode I, Mode II or Model III you can cut power to cancel the setting process. Do not cut power in the process of locking receiver, disabling failsafe or enabling failsafe. Otherwise your receiver may be damaged.
  3. After enabling failsafe, please readjust the transmitter settings of sticks and switches for the correct flight conditions.

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