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Instructions on how to bind your Flysky transmitter to your Flysky Receiver

 

I have created a step by step guide for the 3 and 6 channel receivers for binding with the wheel or the stick transmitter so hopefully it should be super easy.

 

For the purposes of these instructions i have my receiver so that the label on it is the right way up and you can read it. The aerial should be on the left and the plugs on the right.

 

 

Binding a 6 Channel Receiver (FS-R6B) to a stick transmitter (FS-T4B)

 

On the 6 channel receiver the top connector is the battery connector and it is also where you put the bind plug in when binding it. If you only have a 2 pin battery plug make sure you plug it in so that the black wire is on the right and the red wire is in the middle, the pin on the left will be empty. If you have a 3 pin, 2 wire connector the same applies but you won’t have an empty pin. This is all clearly marked on the receiver.

 

** If you plug it in wrong you will blow up your receiver **

 

Now let’s get started;

 

1)     Plug the battery plug into channel 1 (remember red wire in the middle, black on the right).

2)     Plug the bind loop into the top connector (marked BAT).

3)     There should now be a little red flashing light at the top of the receiver.

4)     Put batteries into your transmitter and look at the front of it.

5)     On the bottom left hand corner there is a small black circle (BIND RANGE TEST is on the left).

6)     Press and hold this circle in and whilst holding it down turn the transmitter on.

7)     The flashing red light will now be solid red.

8)     Remove the battery plug from the receiver.

9)     Remover the bind plug from the receiver.

10)  Turn the transmitter off (this stores the settings).

 

The transmitter is now bound to the receiver so when you next plug the battery plug in and turn the transmitter on the red light will come on solid showing it is ready to go.

 

 

 

Binding a 6 Channel Receiver (FS-R6B) to a wheel transmitter (FS-GT3B)

 

On the 6 channel receiver the top connector is the battery connector and it is also where you put the bind plug in when binding it. If you only have a 2 pin battery plug make sure you plug it in so that the black wire is on the right and the red wire is in the middle, the pin on the left will be empty. If you have a 3 pin, 2 wire connector the same applies but you won’t have an empty pin. This is all clearly marked on the receiver.

 

** If you plug it in wrong you will blow up your receiver **

 

Now let’s get started;

 

1)     Plug the battery plug into channel 1 (remember red wire in the middle, black on the right).

2)     Plug the bind loop into the top connector (marked BAT).

3)     There should now be a little red flashing light at the top of the receiver.

4)     Put batteries into your transmitter and look at the top of it (steering wheel towards you).

5)     On the top right hand corner is a small silver circle (BIND is marked on it).

6)     Press and hold this circle in and whilst holding it down turn the transmitter on.

7)     The flashing red light will now be solid red.

8)     Remove the battery plug from the receiver.

9)     Remover the bind plug from the receiver.

10)  Turn the transmitter off (this stores the settings).

 

The transmitter is now bound to the receiver so when you next plug the battery plug in and turn the transmitter on the red light will come on solid showing it is ready to go.

 

 

 

Binding a 3 Channel Receiver (FS-GR3C) to a stick transmitter (FS-T4B)

 

On the 3 channel receiver the top connector is the battery connector and the connector below it is where you put the bind plug in when binding it. If you only have a 2 pin battery plug make sure you plug it in so that the black wire is on the right and the red wire is in the middle, the pin on the left will be empty. If you have a 3 pin, 2 wire connector the same applies but you won’t have an empty pin. This is all clearly marked on the receiver.

 

** If you plug it in wrong you will blow up your receiver **

 

Now let’s get started;

 

1)     Plug the battery plug into the top connector marked VCC (remember red wire in the middle, black on the right).

2)     Plug the bind loop into the connector underneath the battery. (marked BIND/CH3).

3)     There should now be a little red flashing light at the top of the receiver.

4)     Put batteries into your transmitter and look at the front of it.

5)     On the bottom left hand corner there is a small black circle (BIND RANGE TEST is on the left).

6)     Press and hold this circle in and whilst holding it down turn the transmitter on.

7)     The flashing red light will now be solid red.

8)     Remove the battery plug from the receiver.

9)     Remover the bind plug from the receiver.

10)  Turn the transmitter off (this stores the settings).

 

The transmitter is now bound to the receiver so when you next plug the battery plug in and turn the transmitter on the red light will come on solid showing it is ready to go.

 

 

 

Binding a 3 Channel Receiver (FS-GR3C) to a wheel transmitter (FS-GT3B)

 

On the 3 channel receiver the top connector is the battery connector and the connector below it is where you put the bind plug in when binding it. If you only have a 2 pin battery plug make sure you plug it in so that the black wire is on the right and the red wire is in the middle, the pin on the left will be empty. If you have a 3 pin, 2 wire connector the same applies but you won’t have an empty pin. This is all clearly marked on the receiver.

 

** If you plug it in wrong you will blow up your receiver **

 

Now let’s get started;

 

1)     Plug the battery plug into the top connector marked VCC (remember red wire in the middle, black on the right).

2)     Plug the bind loop into the connector underneath the battery. (marked BIND/CH3).

3)     There should now be a little red flashing light at the top of the receiver.

4)     Put batteries into your transmitter and look at the top of it (steering wheel towards you).

5)     On the top right hand corner is a small silver circle (BIND is marked on it).

6)     Press and hold this circle in and whilst holding it down turn the transmitter on.

7)     The flashing red light will now be solid red.

8)     Remove the battery plug from the receiver.

9)     Remover the bind plug from the receiver.

10)  Turn the transmitter off (this stores the settings).

 

The transmitter is now bound to the receiver so when you next plug the battery plug in and turn the transmitter on the red light will come on solid showing it is ready to go.

 

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