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    2.4GHz 200mW VTx

    I purchased the 2.4GHz 200mW VTx transmitter from your website. Do you have any information on the dip switch positions for different channels? Thanks for any help you can provide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brightspectrum View Post
    I purchased the 2.4GHz 200mW VTx transmitter from your website. Do you have any information on the dip switch positions for different channels? Thanks for any help you can provide.

    http://www.surveilzone.com/2.4g-4ch-...less-tx-ws1192
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    Thanks for the info. I am still a bit confused though. The website lists the transmitter has channels for 2305, 2396, 2410, and 2430. I also assume that up is off in your picture. They seem to come shipped with the dip switches all off for 2305 (d on my receiver). Here is the channel listing for my receiver.


    • CH0: 2430MHz
    • CH1: 2450MHz
    • CH2: 2470MHz
    • CH3: 2490MHz
    • CH4: 2510MHz
    • CH5: 2390MHz
    • CH6: 2370MHz
    • CH7: 2350MHz
    • CH8: 2330MHz
    • CH9: 2010MHz
    • CHH: 2290MHz
    • CHC: 2410MHz
    • CHd: 2305MHz
    • CHE: 2396MHz
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    I'm stuck with the same problem. Trying to find 2305. Only able to get 2450 and 2350 by experimenting with switches

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    I found out through trial and error that my first switch doesn't have any effect. That explains why I can't access 2305

    Here are the ones I was able to find positions for. N is on switch one since I don't know if that's up or down The rest correspond to 2,3,4 switches D=Down, U= Up

    I give up on this thing. My other transmitters have a button and digital display. push the button and you get a different channel. I'll be sending this one back for a refund.

    0: 2410MHz N DDD
    4: 2490MHz N UDD
    E: 2396MHz N UUD
    7: 2370MHz N UUU
    1: 2430MHz N DDU
    2: 2450MHz N DUD
    5: 2510MHz N UDU
    6: 2390MHz N uud

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilanz View Post
    I found out through trial and error that my first switch doesn't have any effect. That explains why I can't access 2305

    Here are the ones I was able to find positions for. N is on switch one since I don't know if that's up or down The rest correspond to 2,3,4 switches D=Down, U= Up

    I give up on this thing. My other transmitters have a button and digital display. push the button and you get a different channel. I'll be sending this one back for a refund.

    0: 2410MHz N DDD
    4: 2490MHz N UDD
    E: 2396MHz N UUD
    7: 2370MHz N UUU
    1: 2430MHz N DDU
    2: 2450MHz N DUD
    5: 2510MHz N UDU
    6: 2390MHz N uud

    They were nice enough to send a replacement. Works the same. No change in the first switch. And no 2305 out of this unit. oh well. Now I have two of them and will have to pick something to fly when I'm solo to avoid interference from 2.4 radios

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