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Spectrum needs more settings
It is unlikely to work if you connect it to a main receiver. We have not tested in any case.
I would think there will be large shadow areas especially when used near metallic objects.
Can I add an additional satellite receiver with a y cable?
I had hoped to use additional servos connected to the main spectrum receiver.
Is there a reason the main receiver can not be made to work. Is it fundamentally different in the bind process or communication?
Is it possible to add this receiver in a future update?
Alternatively, you can bind the radio using the spektrum main receiver and following the spektrum bind procedure.
Once the binding is done, you can disconnect the radio and connect it to the SDC. The binding will be kept.
We never experienced the controller resetting. So it is hard to comment about this.
This does not work. The receiver binds but the SDC2130 does not react correctly.
I have also tried to bind the sdc connected to a small receiver, the larger receiver with a bind plug at the same time. I can get both receivers to go into bind mode but only the larger receiver will actually bind. Once the larger receiver binds the lights on the small receiver go out and it does not talk to the SDC2130.
Basically everything seem to work squirrelly until I followed roboteq\'s bind procedure and then everything magically started working as expected. It took a few attempts to get the mechanics of plugging everything in quick enough and getting the transmitter on but once I did I can repeat consistantly.
When I used Spektrum\'s bind procedure with the main receiver (then later plugged in the sat. receiver) it acted like the transmitter was mixing channels though I don\'t think it was.
I did notice if you unsucessful %BIND sometimes the SDC2150 would get stuck and issuing another %BIND command would seem to do nothing until I cycled the power on the SDC.
My SDC reset a few times when either plugging in the spektrum or unplugging it.