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    Airwing RC WingSurfer Glider 4 Channel 1400mm

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    Almost Ready To Fly (Blue): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...-blue-arf.html
    Ready To Fly (Blue): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...e-rtf-24g.html

    Almost Ready To Fly (Green): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...green-arf.html
    Ready To Fly (Green): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...n-rtf-24g.html

    Almost Ready To Fly (Red): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...2-red-arf.html
    Ready To Fly (Red): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...d-rtf-24g.html

    The AirWing WingSurfer is an excellent glider for the pilot looking to soar the skies all day on a single charge! With a wingspan of 55 inches and an airfoil designed for optimum gliding capabilities, the WingSurfer will sail the skies for hours as long as you keep it elevated in the thermals. Take it to the cliffs or a beach and enjoy the graceful nature of gliding. Equipped with a brushless outrunner pusher motor rated at 1950KV and 20A electronic speed controller power is plentiful enabling lift off without being towed. Toss it in the air and power away with authority. When the wind calms down or the thermals diminish the power plant is enough to help you hunt for other thermals and start that next session. If you do happen to smack the side of the cliff or have a bad landing, the tough EPO construction ensures less damage to the airframe. A removable canopy gives you quick and easy access to your receiver and battery changes. This AirWing WingSurfer is a very capable glider in an awesome almost Ready to Fly package. The power system and surface controls are pre-installed. Install your radio system and a 11.1v Li-Po battery with minimum assembly and you’ll be soaring in the skies.

    Specifications:
    Material: EPO
    Wingspan: 1400mm (55.1in)
    Length: 915mm (36.0in)
    Wing Area: 26dm2 (403.0in2)
    Wing Load: 25g/dm2 (9oz/ft)
    Flying Weight: 650g (22.9oz)
    Thrust Force: 600g (19.4oz)
    Drive System: 2627 KV1950 Outrunner Brushless Motor
    ESC: 20ABrushless Speed Controller
    Servo: 4*9g servos
    Propeller: 5*5 (3-Blade)
    Control System: 4CH 2.4GHz Multifunctional Transmitter

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    Binding a wingsurfer

    I just received and assembled my wingsurfer and haven't a clue on how to bind the receiver to the transmitter. Can anyone advise me how it's done? The manual has nothing to say on the matter.

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    Does it tell you to plug the battery into the plane first?
    Lauren

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    Hi Lauren,

    There's no mention of transmitter setup, batteries, or receivers in the manual.

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    That's crazy.... Is there any brand name on the transmitter? Any chance you could post a picture of it? Maybe we can figure out who makes the TX/Rx. Just curious but what happens when you turn on the Tx and then plug in the battery on the plane? What are the lights and the beeps doing?
    Lauren

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    DJI Flame Wheel 450 w/ NAZA-M Lite/GPS, FatShark v2 FPV with Immersion 600mW VTx (Flying)
    X525 sport quad frame, NAZA M-Lite w/GPS, Afro 20A ESC, DJI 920KV motors (Flying)
    Y-6 Scorpion with NAZA M V2 w/GPS, Afro 30a ESC, 3DR motors, Tarot T2D with GoPro 3+ Silver (Flying)
    ParkZone Radian motor/glider (Flying)
    FlyZone Cessna Corvalis 350 (Flying)
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    YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/RobisonRacing68

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    If I turn on the Tx then plug in the battery the Rx light comes on and stays on and delivers a long string of beeps with the ails cycling through left and right banks, but accepts no operator input.

    I've tried the FLYSKY method and the method used on my Dynam Catalina with no success.

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    First pic I'm going to guess what the plug with the black wires is for. They just loop around the plug. If that's the case that's the binding plug. Power up the receiver and let it be.
    Second pic. See at the bottom of the transmitter a button that is labeled bind/range test. Hold that button down and turn on the transmitter. I'm not certain if you have to keep it down but try it. It will most likely flash the lights and make some kind of noise. Let go of the bind button and remove the looped wire from the receiver.
    If no joy turn every thing off. Put the plug back in the receiver and power it up. Press and hold the bind button and turn on the transmitter. Count 1, 2 and let go of the button. Give it about a minute and pull the plug out of the radio.
    If I'm even close it should work now.
    Last edited by setishock; 12-21-2013 at 11:29 AM.
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    Thank you.....worked like a charm.

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    You're welcome.
    For the record then it binds like a Spektrum.
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    Links

    Almost Ready To Fly (Blue): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...-blue-arf.html
    Ready To Fly (Blue): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...e-rtf-24g.html

    Almost Ready To Fly (Green): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...green-arf.html
    Ready To Fly (Green): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...n-rtf-24g.html

    Almost Ready To Fly (Red): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...2-red-arf.html
    Ready To Fly (Red): http://www.nitroplanes.com/36a11-win...d-rtf-24g.html

    The AirWing WingSurfer is an excellent glider for the pilot looking to soar the skies all day on a single charge! With a wingspan of 55 inches and an airfoil designed for optimum gliding capabilities, the WingSurfer will sail the skies for hours as long as you keep it elevated in the thermals. Take it to the cliffs or a beach and enjoy the graceful nature of gliding. Equipped with a brushless outrunner pusher motor rated at 1950KV and 20A electronic speed controller power is plentiful enabling lift off without being towed. Toss it in the air and power away with authority. When the wind calms down or the thermals diminish the power plant is enough to help you hunt for other thermals and start that next session. If you do happen to smack the side of the cliff or have a bad landing, the tough EPO construction ensures less damage to the airframe. A removable canopy gives you quick and easy access to your receiver and battery changes. This AirWing WingSurfer is a very capable glider in an awesome almost Ready to Fly package. The power system and surface controls are pre-installed. Install your radio system and a 11.1v Li-Po battery with minimum assembly and you’ll be soaring in the skies.

    Specifications:
    Material: EPO
    Wingspan: 1400mm (55.1in)
    Length: 915mm (36.0in)
    Wing Area: 26dm2 (403.0in2)
    Wing Load: 25g/dm2 (9oz/ft)
    Flying Weight: 650g (22.9oz)
    Thrust Force: 600g (19.4oz)
    Drive System: 2627 KV1950 Outrunner Brushless Motor
    ESC: 20ABrushless Speed Controller
    Servo: 4*9g servos
    Propeller: 5*5 (3-Blade)
    Control System: 4CH 2.4GHz Multifunctional Transmitter

    The AirWing WingSurfer is a great plane for fpv or just some glider fun It's my first RC plane, and definitely a good choice for a beginner. My only complaint is the lack of instructions provided for assembly, its did take me a bit to learn to fly it. I recommend finding a field with TALL grass for first flight. But even when you crash it - it glues back together just fine.
    Regards,
    Barry Martin

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