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 E-sky 4ch Tx Charge?

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PostSubject: E-sky 4ch Tx Charge?   Tue Oct 20, 2009 6:56 am


I see a connection on the side of my TX wich says 'Charge' and a little sign for + and -.
I'm assuming it's for an adaptor to power the Tx. This seems really usefull since I can use it to fly with FMS and not spend a lot of batteries.
Wich adaptor should I hook up to it? I already tried a 12V but it won't turn the TX on.
Anybody have an idea?
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PostSubject: Re: E-sky 4ch Tx Charge?   Tue Oct 20, 2009 10:10 am

The connector on the side is for charging.
You can't use a 12v power supply to power on the Tx. The + cable goes to the switch. When the switch is off, it will charge the battery. When you move the switch up (on position) it will disconnect the + cable goes to the battery
If you use a rechargeable battery, you can use that connector to charge the battery without taking the battery out of the TX.
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PostSubject: Charging Esky Transmiters with rechargeable batteries.   Thu Oct 29, 2009 11:18 pm

Do not use the LIPO battery charger because the positive is on the inside of the OUTPUT and you will BURN the reciever.
But if you change the output wires then it is OK for the ESKY that uses 8 batteries.
Also if you need to charge an Esky TX for 2.4 Ghz then charger must have only 6 volts and max .8 amps or trouble will arrise (beware polarity of output side of any charger and also beware maximum amperage. :grinn: orange78
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PostSubject: Re: E-sky 4ch Tx Charge?   Mon Nov 02, 2009 1:24 am

Charge port on ESky 0404 and 0406 are disabled.

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