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  • Radian AS3X Gain Settings

    I need some help programming a AR637T for my Radian. I don’t know what the AS3X and Safe gain setting should be for a stock Radian. Anyone with a newer Radian with the AR631, could you look at the main display for the AS3X Setting and Safe Limits pages and let me know what it says.
    ​Thanks

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    You do know that you can simply go to the Spektrum site and download the receiver file for your receiver, right? You can start by going to the Night Radian webpage at Horizon Hobby:
    https://www.horizonhobby.com/product...EFL36500.html#

    Then go to Manuals and Support and click on "Spektrum Smart Receiver Preset Download". That should get you here:
    https://www.horizonhobby.com/on/dema...3X-SAFE-RX.pdf
    This will also tell you how to do it.

    From here, you can go to the preset model files (.srm), one of which is the Radian (Night Radian will be the same as the Radian):
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...eUw2_IsVuirWjL

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    • #3
      Thanks, Did not know there were preset model files available.

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      • #4
        I'm considering buying a night radian, as it's the only decently sized glider my local hobby shop has, but it comes with AS3X and SAFE Select. I prefer my planes to be fully manual, so I was wondering if anyone has experience with disabling AS3X and SAFE. Having to get an entirely new reciever wouldn't necessarily be a dealbreaker, but I would rather not have to do that.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Clara9 View Post
          I'm considering buying a night radian, as it's the only decently sized glider my local hobby shop has, but it comes with AS3X and SAFE Select. I prefer my planes to be fully manual, so I was wondering if anyone has experience with disabling AS3X and SAFE. Having to get an entirely new reciever wouldn't necessarily be a dealbreaker, but I would rather not have to do that.
          Pre-programmed RXs with SAFE/AS3X may or may not be altered. When you get it, see if it will allow you to do forward programming and if so, go in and turn all the gains to zero. You can also defeat SAFE by the way you bind it. It would be far better to just yank out the RX and put in something simple and cheap like the AR410 ($35.00). Even better, tell your hobby shop to order you a PNP Radian. I believe Horizon has stock and your hobby shop should be able to get one in less than a week.
          BTW, even though you don't like SAFE/AS3X for whatever reason, flying a sailplane with it makes the experience very satisfying. Makes for very smooth flying. All my sailplanes have stabilization and a form of SAFE. I wouldn't fly any of them without it. Sailplanes can get very far away from you and electronics can help you get it back.

          You shouldn't feel restricted to what your hobby shop has in stock. If Horizon has it, your shop can get it fairly quickly.
          https://www.horizonhobby.com/airplan...pe/sailplanes/

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