AX3500 - No Channel One - and Jerky

11 years 11 months ago #29524908 by kradsith
I am having a problem with my 12V tank. After hooking up the controller and running through the Joystick Calibration I don\'t seem to have anything happening on Channel One. I have checked the receiver and 3500 Adapter. Anything else I can Check?

Something must be getting through Channel One as the Receiver Powers up.

Cheers,

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11 years 11 months ago #29524914 by cosma
Replied by cosma on topic Re:AX3500 - No Channel One - and Jerky
Check that your battery doesnt ever drop below 11V, even temporarily.

An undervoltage condition would occur. When it does, the display will be a solid 8.

Do you tests with the controller connected to a PC with the Roborun utility. There you will have much more diagnostic data.

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11 years 11 months ago #29524917 by kradsith
Thanks for the quick reply.

I checked out my voltage and its solid 12V (OPTIMA 12V 55AH Deep cycle battery)

I tried out the RS-232 and laptop and everything seems fine. No Jumping around and motors run smooth.

My Radio is a Futaba 9CAPS with the FAAST 2.4 Module. I have tried clean configurations and disabling the F/S on the Radio.

I have checked the receiver by putting a couple servos on channel one and two and all that checks out.

I am going to try butting the stock Module and Receiver back on the Futaba and see if that makes a difference, but not sure why it would. Anyone else using a Futaba 9C or 10C?

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11 years 8 months ago #29525033 by tferreira
Replied by tferreira on topic Re:AX3500 - No Channel One - and Jerky
Hi,

I have a rather similar problem with a futaba radio. Did you where able to fix that problem kradsith?

Thanks,
Tiago

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