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How do you PNP different planes on one controller?

Old 09-20-2011, 04:34 AM
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Default How do you PNP different planes on one controller?

So I recently got my first 4ch plane, a Dynam C-47. But after some advice from the board I have decided to start on a different plane first. I wanted to get the Parkzone Radient. Only thing is it's a PNP... and the only transmitter I have is from my C-47. It's a 2.4, 4ch r/c. Will this work? I only ask because I can't afford another plane and r/c. Can anyone help?
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Old 09-20-2011, 10:49 AM
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Guessing you mean the Parkzone Radian then PNP means you need to install your own receiver and connect it up. Provided you have a receiver that will work with your radio then you should be o.k.

Perhaps you can use the one intended for the C47 but I don't really know comes with your "2.4, 4ch r/c" from Dynam.

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