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Old 03-08-2011, 09:45 PM   #1
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I just got a MMP and on the side it has a spot roughly the size of a USB labeled Sensor. Does a regular USB plug go in there or do I need the Castle Link adapter. The directions and website were unclear. A least to a noob.
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I just got a MMP and on the side it has a spot roughly the size of a USB labeled Sensor. Does a regular USB plug go in there or do I need the Castle Link adapter. The directions and website were unclear. A least to a noob.
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No that is where you plug in the sensor wire. You need the USB stick or Field Card which plug into the receiver plug on the ESC to program the MMP.
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Makes a lot of sense. Sorry for the stupid question.
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Not a dumb question. The older Mamba Max's actually did have a USB port on them.
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