The Futaba 9C manual is pages, but don’t let that scare you. The pages contain explanations of each function of the radio, as well as practical examples. So I got a new (to me) 9C Super recently and could have sworn (prior to purchase) that there was an “aftermarket” manual for this that is easier. I have a 9C and I was told there is a manual on-line you can get that explains function beter. I kinda new to the heli R/C. I raced oval cars for.

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Please be sure to regularly visit the 9C super Frequently Asked Questions web site at www. This page in- cludes extensive programming, use, set up and safety information on the 9C super radio system and is updated regularly. Prior approval of the appropriate government authorities may be required. If you have purchased this product from an exporter outside your country, and not the authorized Futaba distribu- tor in your country, please contact the seller immediately to determine if such export regulations have been met.

EEPROM memory which does not require periodic replacement and not a battery, it still should have regular check- ups for wear and tear. We recommend sending your system to the Futaba Service Center annually during your non- flying-season for a complete checkup and service. Be very careful flying in areas near power lines, tall buildings, or communication facilities as there may be radio interference in their vicinity.

If you must fly away from a club field, be sure there are no other modelers flying within a three-to-five-mile range, or you may lose control of your aircraft or cause someone else to lose control. Transmitter band may only be changed by changing the module. Contact Futaba Service Center regarding adjustability of receiver band. Band cannot be changed by simply changing Servo S Digital servo crystals.

FUTABA 9 CHP SUPER Instruction Manual

To remove, press the tabs together and gently pull fufaba. To install, line up the connector pins with the socket in the rear of the module and gently snap into position. If you need to remove or replace the transmitter 9hcp, do not pull on its wires to remove it.

Adjusting the length of the non-slip control sticks You may change the length of the control sticks to make your transmitter more Stick tip A Locking piece B comfortable to hold and operate. Always use an extension of the proper length. Avoid plugging multiple extensions together to attain your desired length.

Futaba 9C Radio Transmitter Product Review – 9CH, 9CA

This is a brief explanation of range test. For more in-depth specifics on receiver antenna mounting, additional checks if unsatisfactory rage is demonstrated, range manial with gasoline powered engines, etc, please see our F.

Before flying, or even starting the engine, be sure that the model type and name appearing on the display matches the model that you are about to fly!

If you are in the wrong model memory, servos may be reversed, and travels and trims will fhtaba wrong, leading to an immediate crash. Do not fly when this message is displayed — all programming has been erased and is not avail- able. Return your transmitter to Futaba for service. It follows our basic format of all programming pages: Repeat steps above to set low rate. The name of the model memory you are copying into is displayed for clarity. By giving each fugaba a name that is immediately recognizable, you can quickly select the correct model, and minimize fugaba chance of flying the wrong model memory which could lead to a crash.


Once you have selected the correct model you wish to work with, the next step is setting up the proper parameters for this specific model: The 9C super has 12 model memories, which can each support: Adjustable travel limit ATL: This prevents pushrod jamming due to idling trim changes.

This function defaults to ON. If you are not using channel 3 for throttle, you may want trim operation the futabs as on all other channels.

Futaba 9C Super aftermarket instruction manual? – RC Groups

No more fussing with getting trim in just the right spot for landings or take offs! The movement is largest at idle and disappears at high throttle to avoid accidental dead sticks.

Dual rates affect the control listed, such as aileron, not just a single ex: Adjust the sensitivity of the trims: Set up twin aileron servos: Set up twin elevator servos: Set up programmable mixes to meet fuutaba specific needs: If the time is exceeded, it continues to count below 0.

The 9th channel is not supported in FM modulation. The 9C super cutaba be master or student with any Futaba FM transmitter compatible with the cord. Simply plug the optional trainer cord For 9C series, sold separately into the trainer connection on each transmitter, and follow the guidelines below Examples: The 9CA super has digital trims which are different from conventional mechanical trim sliders.

Each T is actually a two-direction mahual. Many other setup examples are also available at this location. Mix flaperon’s flap motion to another inboard flap plugged into aux1: View additional model setups on the internet: Mix flaperon’s flap movement to an additional inboard flap plugged into aux1: View additional model setups: With programmable mixing, could utilize CH5 as the 2nd elevator servo.

For details on setting up a complex plane, such as one with a v-tail AND a separate steerable nosewheel, please visit our FAQ at www. This function allows you to execute snap rolls by flipping a switch, providing the same input every time. It also removes the need to change dual rates on the 3 channels prior to performing a snap, as SNAP-ROLL always takes the servos to the same position, regardless of dual rates, inputs held during the snap, etc.

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Repeat steps above to set percentages. Set up programmable mixes: View additional setups on the internet: Set up programmable mixes ex: View additional model setups on the www. This is accomplished by plugging the desired servo Ex: Please see manuql Frequently Asked Questions area at www. There are a variety of reasons you might want to use these mixes.


A few are listed here. Set up additional programmable mixes, ex: View numerous additional mix manula When right rudder is applied, additional torque is needed from the motor to drive the tail left. Left rudder requires less torque. Set up linear programmable mixes, ex: View numerous mix setups: Integrated sensor and control circuit make it easy to mount.

For aerobatics, gyros on rudder and elevator fix over-rotation of snaps and spins as well as tail wagging in stall turns. Futaba offers a twin-axis gyro, GYA, that controls two axes maual a single gyro. The features that are identical refer back to the ACRO chapter. Those functions which are identical to the ACRO setups are referred directly to those pages. Create a programmable mix to meet your model’ s setups: Reverse to Choose desired servo and reverse its to CH4: VR Futbaa adjusts the pitch separately from the throttle.

Additionally, different angles of CCPM may also be created utilizing the fully assignable programmable mixes. See our Frequently Asked Questions area at www. Not operating quite like you expected? If it is not the correct model futabx This function can be set for each flight condition, and is used to correct the tendency of the model to change altitude when the rotor is tilted by aileron, elevator, and other controls.

Setting up the Manuxl Flight Condition: The Normal flight condition is typically utilized for hovering. Adjust the first point. It is commonly used to practice auto-rotation. Prior to setting up THR-HOLD, hook up the throttle linkage so that futwba carburetor is opened fully at high throttle, then use the digital trim to adjust the engine idle position.

These 5-point curves are utilized to best match the blade collective pitch to the engine RPM for consistent load on the engine. Curves are separately manuual for normal, idle-up 1, idle-up 2, and idle-up 3. In addition, a separate collective pitch curve is available for throttle hold.

For a clockwise-turning rotor, the rudder is mixed in the clockwise direction when collective pitch is increased; for counterclockwise-turning, the opposite. Optional separate trims in addition to those for the normal condition.

This function is used to automatically change the trim of a helicopter, for example, when transitioned from hover to flying at high speed. A clockwise-rotation rotor helicopter tends to drift to the right at high speed, so an aileron offset may be applied to offset the helicopter to the left.

The necessary elevator offset varies with model geometry, so it must be determined by noting collective pitch changes at high speed. Hovering throttle and hovering pitch are fine-tuning adjustments for the manuap and collective pitch curves individually, affecting performance only around the center point and only in the normal condition.

They allow in-flight tweaking of the curves for ideal setup.