2.4g rc control of khr 2hv

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2.4g rc control of khr 2hv

Post by rep001 » Tue Feb 01, 2011 3:03 pm

Post by rep001
Tue Feb 01, 2011 3:03 pm

Any current advise , I have searched the forum and only found old data about connecting khr with Kondo wireless. I would like to use the functions of a DX8 Spectrum transmitter and receiver to run some commands on my KHR2HV.ideally for the soccer event this year !

Has anyone done this with any success or know weather it is even possible ??
any thoughts greatly received.
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Any current advise , I have searched the forum and only found old data about connecting khr with Kondo wireless. I would like to use the functions of a DX8 Spectrum transmitter and receiver to run some commands on my KHR2HV.ideally for the soccer event this year !

Has anyone done this with any success or know weather it is even possible ??
any thoughts greatly received.
I thankyou .......
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Post by zaboomafuu » Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:58 pm

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I don't know if it would work the way your thinking.... the way the rcb understands a command from a wireless system is very different from the way any rc components work. the wireless systems for the khr's all send a single number (not sure exactly what the values are some one correct me please) between 1 and I think 6000 something, and then in h2h you set that value to a programed motion to activate or loop it. personally I got the hotproceed wireless works with a wireless play station 2 controller. works very well for me.
I don't know if it would work the way your thinking.... the way the rcb understands a command from a wireless system is very different from the way any rc components work. the wireless systems for the khr's all send a single number (not sure exactly what the values are some one correct me please) between 1 and I think 6000 something, and then in h2h you set that value to a programed motion to activate or loop it. personally I got the hotproceed wireless works with a wireless play station 2 controller. works very well for me.
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Post by rep001 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:11 pm

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Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:11 pm

Thanks for the reply. Which Hotproceed option do you have ? Tec-1 or Tec-3 and are you using a sony ps2 controller or another brand ?

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Thanks for the reply. Which Hotproceed option do you have ? Tec-1 or Tec-3 and are you using a sony ps2 controller or another brand ?

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Post by rep001 » Wed Feb 16, 2011 8:08 pm

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Wed Feb 16, 2011 8:08 pm

Can anyone explain why you cannot use wireless ps2 and tec-3 on khr2-hv . I am informed that I would need to upgrade the control board ?
All I want to do is control standard moves to start with using a wireless conection . Buying the Kondo krc solution seems like going backwards as it's 40mhz not even 2.4g . I do not want aerials every where .Anyone ?
Can anyone explain why you cannot use wireless ps2 and tec-3 on khr2-hv . I am informed that I would need to upgrade the control board ?
All I want to do is control standard moves to start with using a wireless conection . Buying the Kondo krc solution seems like going backwards as it's 40mhz not even 2.4g . I do not want aerials every where .Anyone ?
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