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Futaba 10Cag Manual

Please be sure to programming, use, set up and safety information on the 10CG radio system and is updated regularly. Any technical there, please see the end of our F.A.Q. If you have purchased this product from an exporter outside your country, and not the authorized Futaba distributor in your country, please contact the seller immediately to determine if such export regulations have been met. Although your 10CG protects the model memories with non-volatile EEPROM memory (which does not require periodic replacement) and not a battery, the transmitter still should have regular checkups for wear and tear. We recommend sending your system to the Futaba Service Center NiCd Battery Charge the batteries! (See Charging the NiCd batteries, p. Defaults to ACRO model type. SW(C) SW(B) Elevator - Flap Mixing or. For consistency, the switch position’s designation remains the same (upper left is F, etc), but the functions are. To lengthen or shorten your transmitter’s A counterclockwise. Next, move the locking piece B up or down (to lengthen or shorten). Use the DIAL to change this to the correct mode. Note that this will NOT change the throttle and elevator rachets, etc. To change the mode, please adhere to the following steps: Turn on the receiver. 0 sec. 1 sec. 1. Turn off the receiver. 2. In order to start operation, the receiver must be linked with the ID code of the transmitter with which it is being paired. Once the link is made, the ID code is stored in the receiver and no further linking is necessary unless the receiver is to be used with another transmitter. This enables you to ensure that incorporates a system that reduces its power output and allows you to perform such a range check.RF ERROR: Warning sound: A single long beep. The single beep lets you know that the RF output has stopped for any reason. The blue RF light also goes out. Return your transmitter to Futaba for service.

The glider BASIC menu includes MOTOR CUT that is discussed in the Glider section and does not include IDLE-DOWN or THR- CUT;. It follows our basic format of all programming pages: a big picture overview of what we accomplish;. GOALS of EXAMPLE STEPS INPUTS for EXAMPLE Set up IDLE-DOWN. From the BASIC menu, choose IDLE- to IDLE-DOWN. G (10CAG) or E (10CHG) with 3 Repeat steps above to set 3rd rate. positions. Where next? (Other functions you may wish to set up for your model.) TRAINER p. Since these functions are all related, and are all basic features used with most models, they are together in the MODEL submenu of the BASIC menu. MODEL SELECT: This function selects which of the 15 model memories in the transmitter (or 33 in the optional CAMPac- the model's name and an image of its type are indicated after its number. The name of the model memory you are copying into is displayed for clarity.By giving each model a name that is immediately recognizable, a crash.GOAL of EXAMPLE: STEPS: INPUTS: Name USER NAME “Futaba”. The Logic switch can be assigned to the following functions: THR-CUT, IDLE DOWN, AUX-CH, TIMER, PROG. MIX, AIRBRAKE, ELEV-FLAP, and AILE- FLAP functions. It independently adjusts each end of each individual servo’s travel, rather than one setting for the servo that affects both directions. Again, for CCPM helicopters, be sure to see SWASH AFR (see p. 95) prior to adjusting end points.The movement is largest at idle and disappears at high throttle to avoid accidental dead sticks. In HELI, there is an additional setting, THR-HOLD. See p. 99. The switch's location and direction must be chosen. For example, adjusting aileron dual rate will affect both aileron servos when using FLAPERON or AIL-DIF, and both aileron and elevator servos’. If the time is exceeded, it continues to count below 0. Also, the CH9-10 POSI are used to change the CH9-10 servo direction. Note that the CH9-10 functions are only visible in the AUX-CH screen when 2.

4H-10CH modulation is selected. Channels 8-10 are not supported in 2.4G-7CH modulation. Simply plug the optional trainer cord (For 10CG series, sold separately) into the trainer connection on each transmitter, and follow the guidelines below. Each TRIM LEVER is actually a two-directional switch. Each time the TRIM LEVER is pressed, the trim is changed a selected amount. When you hold the TRIM LEVER, the trim speed increases. We recommend that you center the digital trims before making SUB-TRIM changes, and that you try to keep all of the SUB-TRIM values as small as possible. Model uses one aileron servo (or multiple servos on a Y-harness into a single receiver channel) and has a tail. This is the default setup and requires no specialized wing programming. Please set up after pressing DIAL for 1 second and canceling the alarm display. ( GLID only) Once FLAPERON ELEVATOR-FLAP mixing), the radio commands both FLAPERON. For details on setting up a complex aerobatic plane, please visit www.futaba- rc.com\faq\. Many other setup examples are also available at this location. 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. Note: Every aircraft snaps differently due to its C.G., control throws, moments, etc. For snap switch. This function is particularly popular with or installations with a high tank position. Not needed for fuel injection engines, which do this automatically.NOTE: If the throttle EXP function is activated, you can not use THR-CURVE function simultaneously.A few are listed here. Not displayed if master is not CH 1-4, because 5-9 have no trim. Ex: two rudder servos. With TRIM OFF, rudder trim would bind the two servos. HELI contains two. There are a variety pre-programmed curve mix is the THROTTLE-NEEDLE function.

This curve is adjustable at 5 points, allowing you to adjust the motor’s tuning at 5 points along its RPM range. The glider BASIC menu includes MOTOR CUT and does not include IDLE-DOWN or THR-CUT. MODEL TYPE: This function of the PARAMETER submenu is used to select the type of model programming to be used.The servo movement is largest at -30%. The switch's location and direction must be chosen.The amount depends on the model, but usually a small amount (less than 10%) is preferred, since too much camber produces excess drag. The features that are identical refer back to the ACRO chapter. The Helicopter BASIC menu includes the normal condition's throttle and collective pitch curves and revo. STICK results in leading edge of tail Choose desired servo and reverse its to CH4:RUDD. Before MODEL TYPE is a 10CAG, the default is ACRO. If it is a 10CHG, the default is HELI ( H-1 ).Since these types utilize multiple servos together to create the controls, simply adjusting a servo's REVERSE or END POINT would not properly correct the travel of any one control. Adjustability: GOAL of EXAMPLE: STEPS: INPUTS:. This keeps the engine from “bogging down” under excessive load (like trying to accelerate a car on a steep hill Note that the normal throttle, pitch and revo curves are all available in the BASIC menu for simplicity.It is commonly used to practice auto-rotation. Prior to setting up THR-HOLD, hook up the throttle linkage so that the carburetor is opened fully at high throttle, then use the digital trim to adjust the engine idle position. Curves are separately adjustable for normal, idle-up 1, idle-up 2, and idle-up 3. In addition, a separate collective pitch curve is available for throttle hold. This function is used to automatically change 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. MIXING, or THROTTLE HOLD functions are turned on and off.Please see www.futaba-rc.com\ faq\.) Expert Tip: Mounting the GV-1 to the counter gear instead of the fan Setting example: Switch Position Governor Speed. See Accessories. 6V (6Volt): battery pack, made of 4 alkaline cells or 5 Ni-Cd cells. In most Futaba radios, including the 10CG, EEPROM data storage is used, so no backup battery is used or needed. Charge: to increase the electrical energy, measured as voltage, available in a battery pack. See Battery care and charging. Condition: ( HELI IDLEUP 1, 2, 3 and THROTTLE HOLD. See MODEL TYPE. least support a 5-channel helicopter. The 10CAG and 10CHG radios both contain all needed programming.To change mode, please visit www.futaba-rc.com. MODE BUTTON: control button on radio’s face used in various parts of programming.11 MODEL COPY: used to duplicate the settings of one model already in memory into a second model memory. See Trainer. NT8S: standard transmitter battery pack. See Accessories. NULL: not assigned or never changed. Ex: a mix which has a null switch assignment is always active, and can never be OFFSET: ( HELI ) separate trim settings available to each idle-up (using CONDITION ) setting, or assigned to separate switches from the condition switches. See Snap roll. Sailplane: glider, non-powered model aircraft type. See GLID MODEL TYPE. Select a model: see MODEL SELECT. Service Center. May also be used creatively to create a delayed servo on a different function (see www.futaba-rc.com\faq\faq-9c.html.).66 THR-REV: reverses the throttle trim function to the top of the THROTTLE STICK.38 THROTTLE-NEEDLE: ( ACRO HELI ) curve mix that adjusts a second servo, controlling the engine’s mixture, to get optimum. Warning messages: cautions provided by the radio when certain potential problems exist. See Error messages.

Warranty information.3 Website: www.futaba-rc.com. Internet location of extensive technical information Futaba products.3. INTRODUCTION. 3 Curve, Prog. mixes 5-8. 71Pay special attention to safety where indicated by the following marks:Your 10CAG, 10CHG or 10CG system includes the following components. Refer to a Futaba catalog for more information:Follow these guidelines to properly mount the servos, receiver and battery.Each transmitter has an individually assigned, unique ID code.In MODEL submenu. MODEL NAME: assigns a name to the current model memory. PARAMETER submenu: sets those parameters you would likely set once, and then not disturb again. Modulation select (MODUL): sets the type of modulation transmitted. Logic switch selection (LOGIC SW): The various functions in the T10CG can be selected by switch. End Point of servo travel adjustment (END POINT, also called EPA): the most flexible version of travel adjustment. Engine idle management: IDLE-DOWN and THR-CUT: functions which work with the digital THROTTLE TRIM to provide. TIMER submenu (stopwatch functions): controls three electronic clocks. For example, these clocks may be used to keepThe instructor has several levels ofTRIM submenu: resets and adjust effectiveness of digital trims.Activate SNAP-ROLL. Adjust elevator Open the SNAP-ROLL function. MIXES: the backbone of nearly every function. Note: More adjustable programming is available in ACRO, AIRBRAKE.Set up a FLAP-ELEV mix: Open an unused programmable mix.GYA series gyros. Special Additions, Functions, And Added Equipment Commonly Used On Powered AircraftMIX works linking with BUTTERFLY function. Adjustability:Activate BUTTERFLY. Open the BUTTERFLY function.Reverse servos as needed for proper In the BASIC menu, open REVERSE. C. Throttle Mixing (THROTTLE MIX):This function is used to automatically change. Also see THROTTLE DELAY, p. 59 (ACRO). DELAY: The Delay function provides a smooth transition between the trim positions whenever OFFSET, REVO.

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24Quick Guide to Setting up a 4-channel Airplane. 27MODEL Submenu: MODEL SELECT, COPY, NAME. 30. Getting Started with a Basic Helicopter. 90. PARAMETER Submenu: RESET, TYPE, MODUL, ATL, AILE-2, THRREV, CONTRAST, BACK-LIGHT, HOME-DISP, USER NAME.TIMER Submenu. Auxiliary Channel assignments and CH9 reverse (AUX-CH).SERVO Display.Using Twin Aileron Servos: AILE-2. ELEVON (see tail types). Tail types.SWASH AFR (swashplate surface direction and travelSetting up the Normal Flight Condition.Idle-ups. 101. Delay. 103. Hovering setups. 104. Gyros and governors. 106Note that in the text of this manual, beginning at thisAny time we mentionSWITCH A, KNOB VR(B), or the THROTTLE STICK,In order for you to make the best use of your systemService Center. Ownera??s Manual and Additional Technical Help. This manual has been carefully written to be as helpful to you, the new owner, as possible. There are many pages ofHowever, it need not be your sole resource of setup guidelines for your 10CG. ForThe Frequently Asked Questions web pageDue to unforeseen changes in production procedures, the information contained in this manual is subject to change withoutSupport and Service: It is recommended to have your Futaba equipment serviced annually during your hobbya??s a??offPlease be sure toAny technicalDona??t have Internet access. Internet access is available at no charge at most public libraries, schools, and other publicIf you do not wish to access theChampaign, IL 61822. Phone: 217-398-0007Please recognize that all information in this manual, and all support availability, is based upon the systems sold in North. America only. Products purchased elsewhere may vary. Always contact your regiona??s support center for assistance.

It is not intended for use in any applicationThe product is subject to regulations of the MinistryIf this product is then re-exported to otherPrior approval of the appropriate government authorities mayThis equipment must not be utilized to operate equipment other thanAny such changes may void the warranty. Compliance Information Statement (for U.S.A.). FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:The responsible party of this device compliance is. Futaba Service CenterThe RBRC. SEAL on the nickel-cadmium battery contained in Futaba products indicates that Futaba. Corporation of America is voluntarily participating in an industry-wide program to collect and recycle theseYou may contact your local recycling center for information on where to return the spent battery. Please callFutaba Corporation of Americaa??s involvementPay special attention to safety where indicated by the following marks:WARNING - Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition or cause death or serious injury to the user if. CAUTION - Procedures where the possibility of serious injury to the user is small, but there is a danger of injury,Warning: Always keep electrical components away from small children.Have regular maintenance performed. Although your 10CG protects the model memories with non-volatile. EEPROM memory (which does not require periodic replacement) and not a battery, it still should have regularWe recommend sending your system to the Futaba Service Center annually during. Ni-Cd Battery. Charge the batteries! (See Charging the Ni-Cd batteries, p. 15, for details.) Always recharge the transmitter andStop flying long before your batteries become low on charge. Do not rely on your radioa??s low batteryAlways check your transmitter. Where to Fly. Shows the cumulated ON time. (hours:minutes)Model timer display. Shows the cumulated ON time for each model.(hours:minutes). Resetting timers. Select the desired timer with CURSOR lever.

The timerRudder trimAileron trimDial. BatteryMODE BUTTON: (key). Press and hold MODE BUTTON. N for one second to open programming menus. Press MODE BUTTON. N to switchHELI only: Press MODE BUTTON. N to scroll between conditions in certainEND BUTTON: (key). Press END BUTTON to return to previous screen. Closes functions back to menus, closes menus to start-up screen.Turn DIAL. Turn DIAL clockwise or counterclockwise to scroll through choices within an option of a function (for example, to. Press DIAL. Press DIAL to select the actual function you wish to edit from the menu.Press DIAL again to accept change.Each display has a unique soundMODEL SELECTION ERROR: Warning sound: 5 beeps (repeated 3 times). The MODEL SELECTION warning is displayed when the transmitter attempts to load a model memory from a memoryWhen this occurs, model No. 01 isLOW BATTERY ERROR: Warning sound: Continuous beep until transmitter is powered off. The LOW BATTERY warning is displayed when the transmitter battery voltage drops below 8.5V. Land your model as soon as possible before loss of control due to a dead battery. MIXER ALERT WARNING: Warning sound: 5 Beeps (repeated until problem resolved or overridden). The MIXER ALERT warning is displayed to alert you whenever you turn on the transmitter withThis warning will disappear when the offending switch orSwitches for which warnings will be issued at power-up are listedIf turning a switch OFF does not stop the mixing warning: When the warning does not stop even when the mixing switchIn short, one of the mixings described above is not in the OFF state. InThen change one of the switch settings of the mixingsBACKUP ERROR: Warning sound: 4 beeps (repeated continuously). The BACKUP ERROR warning occurs when the transmitter memory is lost for any reason. If this occurs, all of the data willDo not fly when this message is displayed: all programming has been erased and is notThe 10C CANNOT convert data from other radio types (i.e. 8U, 9Z).

Installation of a CAMPac with data from anotherRF ERROR: Warning sound: A single long beep.The blue RFUsing a 5-channel receiver: AILE-2. Tail types.Curve, Prog. mixes 5-8. GYA gyro mixing (GYRO SENSE).Quick Guide to Setting up a 4-channel Airplane. 27PARAMETER Submenu: RESET, TYPE, MODUL, ATL, AILE-2,TIMER Submenu. 45. Auxiliary Channel assignments and CH9 reverse (AUXCH). 46SERVO Display. 49To enter the Basic Menu,To return to the Startup screen,ACRO Basic Menu. Press Mode key to toggle back and forthPress Cursor lever to page up and down through the 2 pages of screensUse Cursor lever to highlight function in Menu screen. Then press the Dial to choose that function. Mode Select. Switch Up. Stick Up. End Selection. Switch at Center. Stick Right. Cursor Lever. Switch Down. Stick Down. Press Cursor Lever. Turn Knob Right. Stick Left. Dial Left. Turn Knob Left. Dial Right. Dial Right or Left. Press DialIt follows our basicFor additional details on each function, see that function's section in this manual. The page numbers are indicated in theSee p.26 for a legend of symbols used. GOALS of EXAMPLE. Prepare your aircraft.Install all servos, switches, receivers per your model's instructions. Turn onMechanically adjust all linkages as close as possible to proper control throws. Check servo direction. Make notes now of what you will need to change duringName the model.MODEL submenu.Only critical changes such as a MODEL. RESET require additional keystrokes to Go to MODEL NAME. Input aircraft's name. Close the MODEL submenu.When proper character is displayed,Repeat as needed.Reverse servos as needed for proper I n t h e BASIC m e n u, o p e n ( s e r v o )Repeat as needed. Adjust Travels as needed to match From BASIC menu, choose END POINT.Adjust the servo's end points.Close the function.Repeat for each channel as needed.GOALS of EXAMPLE. Set up IDLE-DOWN.From the BASIC menu, choose IDLE- C to IDLE-DOWN.IDLE-DOWN slows the engine's idle for Activate and adjust IDLE-DOWN.

C to center position. Screen nowOptional: change switch command from (Not needed in this example.). C center-and-down to any other switch. Close the Function. THR-CUT shuts the engine off completely From the BASIC menu, choose THR-CUT.THR-CUT to both positions of a 2positionC to down position.A to up position.Set the second (low) rate throws and. A to down position.Repeat steps above to set low rate. Optional: change dual rate switch C to SW.G or E to center position. G (10CAG) or E (10CHG) with 3. Repeat steps above to set 3rd rate.Where next?TRAINER p. 47. Elevator-to-flap, Rudder-to-aileron, flap-to-elevator, and other programmableRetractable Gear, Flaps on a Switch, Smoke systems, kill switches, and otherWhen using the CAMPac, it will be displayed,Close. Where next? Set up trainer functions: see p. 47. Set up twin aileron servos: see p. 51. Set up twin elevator servos: see p. 57.No more fussing with getting trim in just the right spot for landings or takeIDLE-DOWN (ACRO only): lowers the engine idle for: sitting on the runway prior to take off, stalls and spins, and landings. Important note: The IDLE-DOWN function is not normally used when starting theThere is no a??normala?? setting to start the engine. By default IDLE-DOWN is set to SWITCH CGOAL of EXAMPLE:Activate the function.With THROTTLE STICK at idle,Optional: change switch assignment.Close. THR-CUT: see p. 41. Secure the fuselage, engine running. Set the THROTTLE STICK to idle.Be sure to throttle up periodically to allow the engine to a??clean outa?? and idle reliably. Set up LOGIC SW: See p. 38.The switch's location and direction must be chosen. It defaults to NULL to avoidGOAL of EXAMPLE:We Activate the function. Choose desiredWith THROTTLE STICK at idle, adjust. C to down position.Close. Set up TRAINER functions: see p. 47. Set up twin elevator servos: see p. 57. Set up LOGIC SW: See p. 38.FLAPERON or AIL-DIF, and both aileron and elevator servosa?? travel when using.

AILEVATOR or ELEVON or a CCPM helicopter. Activation:This option allows you to have a separate rate for each ofWhen the stick passes 90% (ie. stallAt 89%. At 90%Low Rate. High RateAdjustability:Set rate and exponential (Ex: high rate. Go to 2nd switch position and set rateOptional: if using a 3 position switch,Optional: assign dual rates to have oneRepeat above.Repeat above.Repeat steps above to adjust for eachOptional: change switch assignment. NOTE: This normal rate has noC to up position.C to center position.C to down position. The 3D rate (extreme aerobatics) has Optional: if using a 3 position SWITCH,Many modelers like to set up all 3 triple AIL (90%). Move AILERON STICK. AILERON STICK and watchYou may also change the trigger pointC to up position. C to down position.Repeat above steps for elevator and rudder. Close. Adjust the sensitivity of the trims: see p. 48. Set up twin elevator servos: see p. 57.Adjustability:If the time is exceeded, it continues to countOnce Model timer function is turned off, theDuring the last twenty seconds, there's a beep each two seconds.Lsw1-Lsw3 or by the power SWITCH (PWR SW). Set up LOGIC SW: See p. 38.GOAL of EXAMPLE:STICK position. This is utilized to keepGo to TIMER.Adjust time to 4 min. 30 sec., countAssign to THROTTLE STICK and setTHROTTLE STICK to desiredClose. Set up TRAINER functions: see p. 47.Also, the CH9-10 POSI are used to change the CH9-10 servo direction. Note that the CH9-10 functions are only visible in the AUX-CH screen when 2.4H-10CH modulation is selected. The 8-10thAdjustability:See mixes, p. 68.)Related channels. GYRO SENSE (ACRO): ch. 5, 7, or 8: see p. 73. GYRO SENSE (HELI): ch. 5: see p. 107. GOVERNOR (HELI): ch. 7, or ch. 7 and 8: see p. 108. Remember that if you assign primary control of a channel to a switch which you later use for other functions (like. GOAL of EXAMPLE:Change primary control. (ex: to slider.). Repeat as needed. (ex: ch. 7 to NULL.)Close. Programmable mixes: see p. 68.