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TX16S User Manual Update time 2021/01/12
TX16S User Manual FRENCH Update time 2021/03/16
TX16S User Manual ITALIAN Update time 2021/03/16
TX16S Quick Start Guide Update time 2020/11/27
TX12 User Manual Update time 2021/01/18
TX12 Quick Start Guide Update time 2020/12/09
T8 Pro User Manual Update time 2021/04/22
T8 Pro Quick Start Guide Update time 2021/01/05
T8 User Manual Update time 2021/07/07
T8 Quick Start Guide Update time 2021/01/05
T8 Lite User Manual Update time 2021/09/23
TX8 Manual(Discontinued) Update time 2021/02/23
USER MANUALS - RECEIVERS
R81 Receiver User manual Update time 2020/12/17
R81 Receiver User manual ITALIAN Update time 2021/03/30
R84 Receiver User manual Update time 2020/12/17
R84 Receiver User manual ITALIAN Update time 2021/03/30
R86 Receiver User manual Update time 2020/12/17
R86 Receiver User manual ITALIAN Update time 2021/03/30
R86C Receiver User manual Update time 2020/12/17
R86C Receiver User manual ITALIAN Update time 2021/03/30
R88 Receiver User manual Update time 2020/12/17
R88 Receiver User manual ITALIAN Update time 2021/03/30
FIRMWARE UPDATES
FIRMWARE UPDATES - RADIOS
TX16S Production SD Update time 2021/01/04
TX16S Production Firmware Update time 2021/01/04
TX12 Production SD Update time 2021/01/04
TX12 Production Firmware Update time 2021/01/04
TX12 and T8 Pro MPM 1.3.2.86 AETR Download for C8 MCU Update time 2021/08/27
T8 Pro SD Contents (Download V0035) Update time 2021/04/19
T8 Pro Production Firmware Update time 2021/04/20
TX8 Production Firmware(do not use V2 PLUS version firmware) Update time 2021/02/23
FIRMWARE UPDATES - RECEIVERS

FAQ

How do I change from Mode 2 to Mode 1?


Please follow the steps in the video below.


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How do I adjust gimbal ratchet and tension?


Please refer to the diagram below, provided courtesy of Oscar Liang.

You will require a 1.5mm hex key or hex driver for the gimbal spring adjustment and a small phillips head driver for the throttle friction.

Note:
Turn the screws clockwise to loosen tension and counter clockwise to make tighter.


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How to I calibrate the sticks?


Hold the SYS button and page across to the HARDWARE page.

Press the scroll wheel while the "Calibration" option is enabled and then follow the on screen propts.

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Which receivers can I use?


The RadioMaster radios equipped with multi-protocol modules are able to work with most receivers and bind & fly models available to day. The Most commonly used receivers are those compatible with Frsky, DSMX, Flysky and Futaba S-FHSS.

Different manufacturers have different processes for getting their receivers in to bind modes. Please follow the procedure outlined by the manufacturer of your particular receiver.

For a full list of supported protocols please visit the following link.
https://www.multi-module.org/basics/supported-protocols






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My Radio wont charge?


Please note the TX16s has 2 USB-C ports. The Port at the top is for data and simulator use only and is not used for charging your radio. The USB-C port at the bottom of your radio is for charging only. Please connect the supplied cable to the bottom port and use a stable USB power supply rated at 1.5amps to 2.0amps for best results. The TX16s has a built in battery management system that balances the 2 cell battery you install and limits current to 1.5amps while charging for safety.

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How do I back and restore my SD card and Firmware?


Check out this easy to follow guide from Tmac FPV.



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USB HID "Joystick" not working in Windows 10?


If you are experiencing problems with using your TX16s as a game controller for flight simulators you may need fix your drivers in windows 10. Checkout the videos below to solve the problem.


Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

DSMX Range issue?


Many DSM receivers have what is known as "fly-by" telemetry, this is a very short range telemetry system intended to give telemetry data only at close range. The problem presents its self most noticeably in small BNF models which may have as little as 30m of telemetry range. This issue does not however effect the range of the actual RF link and the telemetry warnings may lead some pilots to think they have a range issue with the model when in fact they do not. There is a setting in OpenTX that allows for these telemetry warnings to be disabled and the topic is covered on the Multi-module website.

Disable the telemetry warnings with the check box below.


Visit the DSM page of the Multi-module website to learn more.
https://www.multi-module.org/using-the-module/protocol-details/dsm

Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

Installing the update speaker kit.


An update speaker kit is available for the TX16s. Please contact your favorite RadioMaster dealer to order.


To install the speaker remove the rear case, fit the sponge in the speaker cavity shown in the picture below and use the 3 supplied screws to fit the speaker with the black side facing out.


Disconnect the front speaker from the main board as shown below and connect the rear case speaker then connect the front speaker to the second connector of the rear case speaker. Both speakers are now connected and working together.

Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

Trainer Port Pin Out


A. GND

B. Insert Detection 

C. PPM

D. Null (not used)

We suggest using a MONO 3.5mm plug for best results (JR/Spectrum style Trainer Cable).


Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

How do I change from Mode 2 to Mode 1?


Please follow the steps in the video below.


Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

How do I adjust gimbal ratchet and tension?


Please refer to the diagram below, provided courtesy of Oscar Liang.

You will require a 1.5mm hex key or hex driver for the gimbal spring adjustment and a small phillips head driver for the throttle friction.

Note:
Turn the screws clockwise to loosen tension and counter clockwise to make tighter.


Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

How to I calibrate the sticks?


Hold the SYS button and page across to the HARDWARE page.

Press the scroll wheel while the "Calibration" option is enabled and then follow the on screen propts.

Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

Which receivers can I use?


The RadioMaster radios equipped with multi-protocol modules are able to work with most receivers and bind & fly models available to day. The Most commonly used receivers are those compatible with Frsky, DSMX, Flysky and Futaba S-FHSS.


Different manufacturers have different processes for getting their receivers in to bind modes. Please follow the procedure outlined by the manufacturer of your particular receiver.
For a full list of supported protocols please visit the following link.
https://www.multi-module.org/basics/supported-protocols

Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

My Radio wont charge?


Please note the TX16s has 2 USB-C ports. The Port at the top is for data and simulator use only and is not used for charging your radio. The USB-C port at the bottom of your radio is for charging only. Please connect the supplied cable to the bottom port and use a stable USB power supply rated at 1.5amps to 2.0amps for best results. The TX16s has a built in battery management system that balances the 2 cell battery you install and limits current to 1.5amps while charging for safety.

Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

How do I back and restore my SD card and Firmware?


Check out this easy to follow guide from Tmac FPV.



Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

USB HID "Joystick" not working in Windows 10?


If you are experiencing problems with using your TX16s as a game controller for flight simulators you may need fix your drivers in windows 10. Checkout the videos below to solve the problem.


Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

DSMX Range issue?


Many DSM receivers have what is known as "fly-by" telemetry, this is a very short range telemetry system intended to give telemetry data only at close range. The problem presents its self most noticeably in small BNF models which may have as little as 30m of telemetry range. This issue does not however effect the range of the actual RF link and the telemetry warnings may lead some pilots to think they have a range issue with the model when in fact they do not. There is a setting in OpenTX that allows for these telemetry warnings to be disabled and the topic is covered on the Multi-module website.

Disable the telemetry warnings with the check box below.


Visit the DSM page of the Multi-module website to learn more.
https://www.multi-module.org/using-the-module/protocol-details/dsm

Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

Installing the update speaker kit.


An update speaker kit is available for the TX16s. Please contact your favorite RadioMaster dealer to order.


To install the speaker remove the rear case, fit the sponge in the speaker cavity shown in the picture below and use the 3 supplied screws to fit the speaker with the black side facing out.


Disconnect the front speaker from the main board as shown below and connect the rear case speaker then connect the front speaker to the second connector of the rear case speaker. Both speakers are now connected and working together.

Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

Trainer Port Pin Out


A. GND

B. Insert Detection 

C. PPM

D. Null (not used)

We suggest using a MONO 3.5mm plug for best results (JR/Spectrum style Trainer Cable).


Do you find this information helpful?Yes / No

HELP CENTER

All RadioMaster radios carry a 12 month return to base parts and labour warranty against manufacturer defects. 

Proof of purchase is required. Receivers and accessories carry a 12 month return to retailer warranty. 

Warranty is non-transferable.


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