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FUTABA 3PL-2. 4G Manual. 3PL-2.
4G 3-channel, FHSS Radio control system for Cars NSTRUCTION ANUAL 1M23N23002 Digital Proportional R/C System. If you have purchased this product from an exporter outside your country, and not the authorized Futaba distributor in your country, please contact the seller immediately to determine if such export regulations have been met. Page 3: Table Of Contents.
Assembly Precautions. 13 How to Link Transmitter and Receiver. 14 Assembly / Transmitter Set-Up Procedures. 15 Adjustment 3PL-2.
4G Functions. 16 Steering Trim (TRM-CH1). 16 Throttle Trim (TRM-CH2). 16 Steering Dual Rates (D/R-CH1). 16 3PL-2. 4G Model Selection/Model Reset (MDL).
Page 4: Safety Precautions, Ghz System Precautions. Safety Precautions For your safety as well as that of others, please read this manual thoroughly prior to installation and operation of your digital proportional R/C system. Deﬁnition of Symbols The following deﬁnes the symbols used in this manual.
Explanation of Symbols Procedures which may lead to a dangerous condition and cause death or DANGER serious injury to the user if not carried out properly. Page 5: Operation Precautions. Operation Precautions WARNING When using a Ni-cad battery to power your system, always charge and check the battery voltage prior to operation. Should the battery discharge below the minimum voltage level, control will be lost. Prior to operation always perform a range test. Even one abnormality in the R/C system may cause loss of control.
Page 6: Storage And Disposal Safety Precautions. Make all adjustments to the radio control system with the engine not running, or the electric motor disconnected. If the engine is running or the motor is connected while adjustments are made, the model may run out of control. Remove the main battery source from electric powered models when they are not being used. Page 7: Other Safety Precautions. Always use only genuine Futaba transmitters, receivers, servos, and electronic speed controls, along with other optional parts and components.
Futaba will not be held responsible for damages caused by other than genuine Futaba parts and components. Use only genuine Futaba parts and components listed in the in- struction manual and catalog. Page 8: Before Operation, System Contents. *Servo mounting hardware and servo horns (only w/servo set) NOTE: This Futaba FHSS system, including the T3PL-2. 4G transmitter and R2004GF receiver, does not work with current Futaba FASST™ systems.
Please use the T3PL-2. 4G and R2004GF in pairs. Futaba FASST™ systems and FHSS system are not compatible. Receiver R2004GF. Page 9: Nomenclature / Handling.
Nomenclature / Handling Transmitter T3PL-2. 4G (*1) WARNING Steering Trim Lever (DT1) Adjusts the steering in small increments so the model will run straight. A s w i t h a l l r a d i o f r e q u e n c y transmissions, the strongest area of signal transmission is from (*1). Battery Replacement Method CAUTION (4 AA size batteries) A l w ay s b e s u r e y o u r e i n s e r t t h e batteries in the correct polarity order. Remove the battery cover from If the batteries are loaded incorrectly. the transmitter by sliding it in the the transmitter may be damaged. E.
MC230CR / MC330CR Applicable motors (Number of turns is criteria. ) •Use the MC230CR with a motor with 20T or more turns. •Use the MC330CR with a motor with 13T or more turns. *If a motor with a number of turns smaller than the above is used, the heat protector and overcurrent protection circuit may operate. Page 12: Assembly / Adjustment, Receiver And Servo Connection, Receiver Antenna Installation.
Assembly / Adjustment Receiver and Servo Connection As you connect the receiver, servos and other components, do so in accordance with the "Assembly Precautions". Connections when an E.
MC230CR or MC330CR is used. Connects to Motor Connects to Battery E.
Power Switch (CH4) Channel 4 Servo.
Page 13: Assembly Precautions. CAUTION Do Not disassemble any part of this system that is not speciﬁed in the instruction manual. Futaba will not be responsible for any damage due to improper disassembly of any part of the radio control system. Assembly / Adjustment. How to link the transmitter and the receiver Each transmitter has an individually assigned, unique ID code.
In order to start operation, the receiver must be linked with the ID code of the transmitter with which it is being paired. Once the link is made, the ID code is stored in the receiver and no further linking is necessary unless the receiver needs to be used with another transmitter. Page 15: Transmitter Set-up Procedures. Transmitter Set-Up Procedures *When making these setting adjustments, do so with the motor disconnected or the engine not running. (Preparations) Select the model memory that is not used and reset it to the initial values with the model selection and model reset functions.
Model Selection Model Reset Push the DT2 lever up or down. Page 16: Pl-2. 4g Functions, Steering Trim (trm-ch1), Throttle Trim (trm-ch2), Steering Dual Rates (d/r-ch1). 3PL-2. 4G Functions Steering Trim (TRM-CH1) Steering neutral adjustments can be made by moving the Steering trim Steering Trim knob to the left or right. Racers Tip When you install a servo, always check to be sure the servo is at its neutral L25 - 0 - R25 position.
Page 17: Model Selection/model Reset (mdl), Steering Servo Reversing (rev-ch1), Throttle Servo Reversing (rev-ch2). This function reverses the rotation direction of Channel-4 Servo Reverse the channel-4 servo.
NOR: Normal REV: Reverse When the trim position deviates from the (Selection key) center, the deviation will be on the opposite side when the servo is reversed. 3PL-2. 4G Functions.
Page 18: Steering End Point Adjustment (epa-ch1), Throttle End Point Adjustment (epa-ch2), Channel-3 End Point Adjustment (epa-ch3). (Right side) WARNING Be sure that the linkage does not bind or come in contact with any parts or arms. If unreasonable force is applied to the servo, the servo may be damaged and result in loss of control. 3PL-2. 4G Functions. Page 19: Channel-4 End Point Adjustment (epa-ch4), Abs Function (abs-ch2), Model Name (name), Ws/brk Mixing Selection (smx).
(Selection key) 4WS/BRK Mixing Selection (SMX) Either 4WS mixing function or Special Mixing Selection Brake mixing function can be selected on this screen. (Selection key) INH: Inhibited (2 seconds) 4WS: 4WS mixing BRK: Brake mixing for second brake 3PL-2. 4G Functions. Page 20: Channel-4 Trim (trm-4), Throttle Fail Safe Function.
Setting example: Throttle idle or brake this function automatically resets. position *For gasoline engine cars, it is recommended that the fail safe position be set to the direction that applies the brakes. 3PL-2. 4G Functions.
Page 21: Mc230cr/mc330cr. When the transmitter power *Not used with PCM receivers.
was turned off first. *When the transmitter is OFF, this function is not performed in environments such that the servo operates erroneously. * Confirmation beep only sounds when the motor was connected. 3PL-2. 4G Functions.
Page 22: Function Map. Function Map Power switch turned on Digital trim DT1, DT2, and D/R display The current position is displayed on the LCD screen for about two seconds when each digital trim is operated. Steering Trim Throttle Trim Steering D/R The current model name is displayed for about two seconds. Steering EPA Adjust the travel of the servo while operating the steering wheel each way. Range: 0 - 120% (Left side) (Right side) Throttle EPA Adjust the travel of the servo while operating the throttle trigger each way. Range: 0 - 120% (Forward side) (Brake side) Channel-3 EPA.
Page 24: Reference, Ratings. 0. 19sec/60 degree at 6V Size: 40. 4x19.
8x36mm (1. 59x0. 78x1. 42in.
) Weight: NOTE: This Futaba FHSS system, including the T3PL- 37. 2g (1. 31oz. ) 2. 4G transmitter and R2004GF receiver, does not work with current Futaba FASST™ systems. Please use the T3PL-2.
4G and R2004GF in pairs. Futaba FASST sys- tems and FHSS systems are not compatible. Page 25: Troubleshooting.
Troubleshooting If your system fails to operate or you experience a short range problem or erratic control, check the table below for possible causes. If after you have followed the suggestions listed the problem is not corrected, return the system to our service department for inspection and repair.
Page 26: Error Displays. RF Error If the RF circuit fails for an unknown reason, an audible alarm will sound and "RF" will be displayed on the LCD screen. Please request repair from the Futaba Service Center. LCD screen: Reference. Page 27: When Requesting Repair. While this manual has been carefully written, there may be inadvertent errors or omissions.
Please contact our service center if you feel that any corrections or clariﬁcations should be made. FUTABA CORPORATION Phone: +81 475 32 6982, Facsimile: +81 475 32 6983.