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Old 12-03-2017, 11:34 PM   #1
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Hello anyone know how we should install and set the servo to enable the SSL mode for touring car.

What até default value of settings.

Is there video how to install and change settings.

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Old 12-04-2017, 02:02 AM   #2
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You enable SSL mode from your TX in the bind menu within system.

To program the servo, you either get the program card or there are some parameters you can program with your TX after plugging the servo in to CH 4 or AUX. Can't remember which one
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Don't forget, when you change the mode on a channel you have to rebind your receiver, or the change is not applied.
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Thanks all, after changing servo settings do right away the re-bind or turn off then ré-bind their receiver.

Anyone that may help with what is default settings and how to change.
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Everything should be on the same bind screen. Toggling the servo mode does nothing.
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Thanks all, after changing servo settings do right away the re-bind or turn off then ré-bind their receiver.

Anyone that may help with what is default settings and how to change.
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Make the setting changes on the Tx then switch on the Rx and immediately re-bind. You don't need to power cycle the Tx.
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Where to change settings in TX

By then end still in Fh4t and SHR mode correct thanks
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Where to change settings in TX

By then end still in Fh4t and SHR mode correct thanks
No SSR. It's under the BIND menu.
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Actually, if you plug the servo into the SSL port on the RX, its already working in SSL mode with the transmitter... But unlocking the rest of the features requires a bit of work

Ok, so if you want telemetry, you'll need to activate it in the BIND menu (SYSTEM - BIND - TELEMETRY to ON).
Next, if you want to activate the programability, you need Racing Mode engaged, and the Aux2Code10 option active.
[1 - Telemetry]

First, turn on the Aux Code 2. In the SYSTEM menu, find the AUX TYPE sub menu. Here, go to AUX2 selection, and set to CODE10.
[2 - AuxCode]

Now sort our the Racing Modes. Go to RACING, then R-MODE (which if you use steering expo, should need to be on already). Turn it from INH to 2, 3, 4 or 5 (the numbers give you more modes. 2 gives you R1, R2. 3 gives R1, R2 and R3, etc.)
[3 - R-Mode]

Whilst in the R-Mode screen, scroll to the bottom and turn on CodeAX2 to ON. (You'll need to do this for each R-Mode too), along with any other options you want.
[4 - R-Mode AuxCodeON]

With all that done, to program the servo... go back into the RACING menu, Select C-AUX2, and bingo, changing the values of CODE-1 through CODE-7, you can tune the servo (I've relabelled them on my Tx to represent the settings.. see image).
[5 - AuxCode Setting]

Repeat the setup for each R-MODE.. and here's the beauty. By using different R-MODES, with different Aux2Code10 settings, you can tune the servo to switch quickly mid race. For example... R-MODE 1 could be a high grip setup, R-MODE 2 lower. Flick between the R-Modes, and you can instantly change the feel.
Oh and to setup the R-Mode switch... go to SYSTEM and ASSIGN.. then pick a switch or Trim lever (I have mine on Trim3)

Links to the suggested setting sheets from Sanwa;
Default settings by class - http://sanwa-denshi.com/rc/news/PGS-...20Category.pdf
Team Driver settings - http://sanwa-denshi.com/rc/news/Sett...%20Drivers.pdf
Only thing to note is that to get the full tuning, you still need the PGS setting box...
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Sanwa PGS-LH Installation-1-telemetry.jpg   Sanwa PGS-LH Installation-2-auxcode.jpg   Sanwa PGS-LH Installation-3-r-mode.jpg   Sanwa PGS-LH Installation-4-r-mode-auxcode-.jpg   Sanwa PGS-LH Installation-5-auxcode-setting.jpg  

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Actually, if you plug the servo into the SSL port on the RX, its already working in SSL mode with the transmitter... But unlocking the rest of the features requires a bit of work

Ok, so if you want telemetry, you'll need to activate it in the BIND menu (SYSTEM - BIND - TELEMETRY to ON).
Next, if you want to activate the programability, you need Racing Mode engaged, and the Aux2Code10 option active.
[1 - Telemetry]

First, turn on the Aux Code 2. In the SYSTEM menu, find the AUX TYPE sub menu. Here, go to AUX2 selection, and set to CODE10.
[2 - AuxCode]

Now sort our the Racing Modes. Go to RACING, then R-MODE (which if you use steering expo, should need to be on already). Turn it from INH to 2, 3, 4 or 5 (the numbers give you more modes. 2 gives you R1, R2. 3 gives R1, R2 and R3, etc.)
[3 - R-Mode]

Whilst in the R-Mode screen, scroll to the bottom and turn on CodeAX2 to ON. (You'll need to do this for each R-Mode too), along with any other options you want.
[4 - R-Mode AuxCodeON]

With all that done, to program the servo... go back into the RACING menu, Select C-AUX2, and bingo, changing the values of CODE-1 through CODE-7, you can tune the servo (I've relabelled them on my Tx to represent the settings.. see image).
[5 - AuxCode Setting]

Repeat the setup for each R-MODE.. and here's the beauty. By using different R-MODES, with different Aux2Code10 settings, you can tune the servo to switch quickly mid race. For example... R-MODE 1 could be a high grip setup, R-MODE 2 lower. Flick between the R-Modes, and you can instantly change the feel.
Oh and to setup the R-Mode switch... go to SYSTEM and ASSIGN.. then pick a switch or Trim lever (I have mine on Trim3)

Links to the suggested setting sheets from Sanwa;
Default settings by class - http://sanwa-denshi.com/rc/news/PGS-...20Category.pdf
Team Driver settings - http://sanwa-denshi.com/rc/news/Sett...%20Drivers.pdf
Only thing to note is that to get the full tuning, you still need the PGS setting box...
That’s all true and great help but just to point out you can only program the servo on a compatible SSL radio with Code 10 such as M12S, Exzes ZZ, MT-44. You can’t use Code 5 on these servos on radios M12, Exzes Z, MT-4s. So make sure you are using a compatible Tx!
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Excellent will try thanks
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