Unique Models T-6 Texan II / PC-9

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The Unique Models T-6 TEXAN II Flight Video and Build Guide!

 

The Flight Video!

The Build Guide!

 

This is a build guide for the Unique Models T-6 TEXAN II / PC-9 Receiver Ready ARF. The model Includes a powerful brushless outrunner, ESC, 5 servos pre-installed, Fully articulating retractable landing gear, and steerable nose wheel…. It is fully painted with decals applied. Just add you own receiver and battery!

Detailed T-6 TEXAN II / PC-9 Specifications:

Material: EPO

Wing Span: 1200mm(47.24in )

Length: 1200mm(47.24in )

Height: 430mm16.93in)

Flying Weight: 1600g

Retracts: 3×electronic retracts

Servos: 6X9g high speed micro servos

Prop: 4-bladed 11×7

Static Thrust: 1600g

Motor: 850KV Ф35X37XФ4

ESC: 45A Brushless ESC

Battery: 11.1V 1800mAH-2200mAH 25C

Radio: 6CH 2.4G system

Manufacturer: http://www.uniquemodelrc.com

Music “Green Daze” by: http://www.audionautix.com

 

Electronic Speed Controller Users’ Manual For the T-6 ESC

-Plug the JR connector into the throttle control channel of the receiver.

-Switch “on” the transmitter and move the stick of throttle to the lowest position.

-Connect the main power pack to ESC (pay attention to the polarity).

-The motor transmits a single or double beeps to confirm the correct connection. The ESC is ready to be operated and the motor can be switched on

-A single beep announces that the brake is on; the double beep says that the brake is off.

-If you didn’t hear the above “beep”, please disconnect the ESC to battery pack and check whether the JR connector is connected correctly to the throttle control channel of receiver, and whether the throttle stick is at the lowest position or     you choose the right direction of “NOR/REV” of throttle channel in the transimitter.

-The rotating direction of motor can be changed by exchanging two of three wires from ESC or setting the Prog-Card.

Optional paremeters assisted by transmitter

-The transmitter can set only one parameter of ESC at a time. If you want to set several parameters, please repeat the following procedures:

-Plug the JR connector into throttle control channel of receiver.

-Switch “on” the transmitter and move the stick of throttle to the highest position.

-Connect the main power pack to ESC (pay attention to the polarity).

-Wait for 5 seconds, you will hear 4 beeps, that means it entered the programming mode.

-And then you will hear 5 “single beep”, then 5 “double beep”, then 5 “triple beep”, then 5 “quartet beeps” and then 5 “penta groups”. And these sounds will circulate continuously.

-Each group of 5 sounds stands for a different parameter of ESC respectively.

-You can put the stick of throttle to the lowest position during one group of 5 sounds, then the
corresponding mode is saved.

-Hear 1 “♪”(Brake-Medium) or “♪♪” (Brake-Off) , then you can exit the setting mode after savingthe mode.

-When the mode is saved, you can disconnect the ESC to the battery pack.

Brake: Hear the first “♪♪♪♪” in the above circulation, put the throttle stick to the lowest position, the braking mode is changed from Brake-off into Brake-Medium. If you want to change back, please repeat the above procedures, and vice versa.

Battery type: When you hear 5 groups “♪” or “♪♪” or “♪♪♪”, move the stick of throttle to the lowest position.

1“beep”: Li-XX battery

2“beep”: NiCd, NiMH battery

3“beep”: LiFe battery

Timing: Hear 5 groups “♪♪♪♪”or “♪♪♪♪♪” , move the stick of
throttle to the lowest position.

4“beep”: Automatically change the timing of motor(recommended
for all types of motors)

5 “beep”: Timing-High(recommended for 10 (or more) poles motors and outrunner motors)

Note:
When
the timing mode of motor is saved, please adjust the motor on the ground before

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4 comments


  • Hi, I wonder where these are available from in North America or Asia?

    March 2, 2013
    • Rich Baker

      Check with MOTIONRC.com, also abong-rc.com , applehobby.com also check out easytigermodels.com

      June 19, 2013
  • Terry L. Schultz

    RETAILS Sales / USA … would like to purchase your T-6 Texan ll … what hobby outlets in the USA sell this airplane?

    Thank you

    May 20, 2013
    • Rich Baker

      Check with MOTIONRC.com, also abong-rc.com , applehobby.com or easytigermodels.com

      June 18, 2013

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