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Old 03-07-2011, 07:35 PM   #1
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Default how to hook up amb transponder with spektrum sr3300t

I no this no doubt a stupid question but little confused with this receiver i have a spektrum sr3300t and i am not sure where to plug the amb transponder in at there is now where to plug it in accept on top level with rpm and temp says lap but i thought that was for the control counter? So like i said it sounds stupid to me but just not sure so i fiqured i asked
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Old 03-07-2011, 08:02 PM   #3
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Thought that's where battery plugged in at
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You can power your receiver through any port that isn't a telemetry port. The telemetry ports are 3,3V. So you have 4 ports. Bind, throttle, steering and aux.
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What about on a receiver that only has 3 slots. Do I "y" the battery slot?
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If thre's only 3 slots, 1 for throttle, 1 for steering, 1 for transponder and if required, a y harness can be used on either the Aux or Batt.
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So u can use blind port to hook battery to then
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Yes you can hook up the battery to the bind port.
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you are going to want to hook the battery to the aux, and the transponder to the bind, in case you ever have to rebind your radio in a pinch. That way, you are unplugging the transponder to do it, and not the battery.
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