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PostSubject: How do I kill the engine using the aux channel on my DX3S?   Tue Jun 29, 2010 7:05 am


Hi guys,

My KillerBee works fine (most of the time..) when I switch off the power on the TX.

How do I set it so I can use the aux channel switch to kill the engine?

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PostSubject: Re: How do I kill the engine using the aux channel on my DX3S?   Tue Jun 29, 2010 11:31 pm

You mean you havent set it to do this yet laugh laugh


I have the DX3-R
But iam guessing it will be along the same lines wink

Choose the switch/channel you want to use as your third channel killswitch Switch/button

Go into your main menu an find that switch (Its usually in SYSTEM, or is on the DX3-R,mine is set to switch E)

In there you will have setting for the use for that channel/switch, set it to act as 3rd channel or AUX, it may also give you the choice of, 2 position, or 3 position (2P 3P), on that switch, basicly have many movements the switch has to do, to finish its job, in steps I.e 2 positions is one forward one back, on/off basicly, 3 means it clicks forward twice, to turn off, once back to turn on (sounds complicated, its not trust me)

You can also have linier which acts like the throttle an steering, so not stepped, but smooth movements

You dont really want that for an ON/OFF switch wink



So choose the switch you want
Set it to AUX 2P, or 3P an it should work (for my kill switch on my handset, it has to be on 3P to work, not sure why, so you may need to test it)

If you have an LED on the killswitch its easyier to check without starting the engine, but if not, you can check for a spark, or just see if it kills the engine, once you flick the switch

As you say its working from signal drop, so its getting power an such
So shouldnt be too much of a problem to make it work from a chosen switch too GOOD

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PostSubject: Re: How do I kill the engine using the aux channel on my DX3S?   Wed Jun 30, 2010 3:03 am



Hi Mark,

Thanks for detailed description. I'll try this.

Looking back, it probably wouldn't have gone into the water if I can:

- kill the engine using 3rd channel.

- have steering and keep the kit in range.

Cheers buddy =)
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PostSubject: Re: How do I kill the engine using the aux channel on my DX3S?   Wed Jun 30, 2010 7:33 am

No worries bud

But yes to both lol very happy

If you need a hand, an you may with the head bolt too

Feel free to call on down we can get it sorted at mine if you want GOOD

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PostSubject: Re: How do I kill the engine using the aux channel on my DX3S?   Wed Jun 30, 2010 8:28 am



Yea, that be sweet buddy. I could do with a hand. PM sent =)
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