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Old 06-26-2008, 07:23 PM   #1
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a mini spektrum receiver. First I know there is a forum for electronics, but there are only 11 people browsing. I figured I have a better chance of getting my question answered here.

I got a loaner spektrum mini receiver from a friend with the binding plug and instructions. The instructions say to place the binding plug in the slot where the battery would go. Then it says to turn on the switch on the car. That won't do any good because the car is not connected to the receiver. The instructions seem to be wrong. Anyone know how to bind the mini receivers and what plugs go where on the receiver?

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Electric or nitro ride? Meaning are you using a receiver battery, is that why you say the car is not connected to the receiver?
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Sorry, nitro. If I plug the binding plug in the batter slot, where does the receiver gets its power from? The only slots available are servos and auxillary.
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You can plug the battery into the aux slot to bind.

In fact lots leave it in the aux slot to bypass the receivers internal BEC regulator, it will make the servos slightly faster


The orger of the plugs is, Left to right Batt/Steering/Throttle/Aux. They are maked with a tinyB/S/T/A

the order for each plug is also maked. it is top to bottom.

Black/Negative
Red/Positive
White/Signal

Hope this helps.
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Great help, thanks!
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