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Radiomaster TX16S

Old 04-01-2021, 12:33 AM
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Hello people! Just purchased a Radio master TX16S. Can anyone tell me how to bind it to a volantex p51 750mm? Have set up my mini Corsair but can't set the Mustang up on same settings. Many thanks.
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Old 04-01-2021, 10:25 AM
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First you have to find out what protocol the Volantex uses ... then set that in the Module section of programming.

It also depends what TX16 you bought ( I know you say TX16s, but I've heard many say S when in fact they have Lite - if its the Lite version - then it probably will not work with Volantex ... but if the full S version with 5in1 internal module - then yes it will - once you understand which protocol to use.
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Here's a list :
https://github.com/pascallanger/DIY-...ols_Details.md

I suggest trying one of the FlySky protocols .... because when Volantex was Lanyu - they used the FlySky basic Tx's in their RTF's.
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