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Aura 5 Lite Question

#1
Is it possible, to use the Aura Lite 5 with a receiver like the Spektrum 8010T AND have FLAPS programed through the receiver/transmitter or the Aura 5??
 

LitterBug

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#2
Sorry, the Aura Lite 5 can not be used with a PWM receiver like the 8010T. There is only a single input which means you have to use a serial reciever. You could use the satellite that comes paired with the 8010T though.

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Bricks

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#3
You can use both receivers the satellite hooked to the Aura five and use the auxiliary channels for gear from the 8010 receiver it SHOULD work the same as binding two receivers and using both for different channels. You will need 2 power wires one for the Aura the Aura will get power from the throttle channel and one positive- negative for the 8010 receiver.
 
#5
You can use both receivers the satellite hooked to the Aura five and use the auxiliary channels for gear from the 8010 receiver it SHOULD work the same as binding two receivers and using both for different channels. You will need 2 power wires one for the Aura the Aura will get power from the throttle channel and one positive- negative for the 8010 receiver.
Hmm, how do you bind 2 receivers to the same model. I've got Spektrum Dx8G2. Also, I don't think the 8010 will bind unless it is connected to a satellite receiver.
 

Bricks

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#6
Hmm, how do you bind 2 receivers to the same model. I've got Spektrum Dx8G2. Also, I don't think the 8010 will bind unless it is connected to a satellite receiver.

Hook satellite receiver to the 8010 and bind as normal they will both be bound at that point. The 8010 has it`s own antenna unless it is broke off. The satellite acts as a receiver once bound independent of the main receiver.
 
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#7
Hook satellite receiver to the 8010 and bind as normal they will both be bound at that point. The 8010 has it`s own antenna. The satellite acts as a receiver once bound independent of the main receiver.
Still a bit confused, are you saying that you bind the 8010 with the satellite hooked up, then disconnect the satellite and plug it into the aura and they'll both work bound to the same model on the transmitter. i.e., it won't be necessary to rebind the satellite-aura assembly?
 

Bricks

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#8
Still a bit confused, are you saying that you bind the 8010 with the satellite hooked up, then disconnect the satellite and plug it into the aura and they'll both work bound to the same model on the transmitter. i.e., it won't be necessary to rebind the satellite-aura assembly?

Correct the satellite will not bind on it`s own cause how do you put it into bind mode unless connected to a receiver. I use satellites in some of my quads and I have to bind it using a receiver before I install it in a quad. If you run both the satellite and receiver you will still will not have more then 8 channels that you can use as that is all your DX 8 has.

Or you could just buy a Spektrum receiver that has PPM output and pins for servos.
 
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Correct the satellite will not bind on it`s own cause how do you put it into bind mode unless connected to a receiver. I use satellites in some of my quads and I have to bind it using a receiver before I install it in a quad. If you run both the satellite and receiver you will still will not have more then 8 channels that you can use as that is all your DX 8 has.

Or you could just buy a Spektrum receiver that has PPM output and pins for servos.
Your help is APPRECIATED. Will let you know how it works.