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Les-Forbes
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Forum Posts: 43
29th Sep 2017 11:16  
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Can someone please tell me which one of these positions is for the battery connection. It's from the Joysway J4CO5 transmitter but not mentioned in the instruction manual.


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RNinMunich
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Forum Posts: 1034
29th Sep 2017 11:45  
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Hi Les, ANY or NONE!! 😲
1 With separate RX battery: any socket not needed for servo etc.
Disconnect any BEC supply from the ESC, the red wire!
2 It seems to expect a BEC supply from the ESC, so you don't then need a separate RX battery anyway!
All clear? Cheers Doug 😎


"Retirement is when you stop living at work -
and start working at living!" i.e. boat modelling!" 舰队的海军上将 😉 Doug
jarvo
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Forum Posts: 443
29th Sep 2017 16:53  
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Hi Les, usually 1 and 3 are throttle and rudder, 2 and 4 are right stick up and down, and left stick right and left, 5 should be a switch?? use that one. Remember if you ESC has a BEC function under no circumstances use a battery as well, if your lucky it just wont work, or the magic blue smoke will appear!! As RN said ANY or NONE

Mark


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Dave M
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Forum Posts: 1356
29th Sep 2017 17:12  
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Hi Les
As you are using this with your Joysway yacht you will not have an ESC with a BEC supply so just plug you battery into any of the sockets not used by the rudder servo and the winch servo.
Have you managed to contact the supplier re the missing box for the Radio
Dave


Live long and prosper

Dave