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JR X9503 2.4 AS Tx with R921X Rx No Servos Mode 2

X9503 DSMX 2.4GHz Airplane/Sailplane Mode 2 Transmitter with JR's R921X Receiver
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What is the difference between mode 1 and mode 2 transmitters
I fly airplanes and want the throttle on the left side. So which mode do I want?
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Shortie
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You want Mode 2. Mode 2 controls aileron and elevator from the right stick, rudder and throttle from the left stick. Mode 1 controls throttle and ailerons from the right stick, rudder and elevator from the left stick.
Use this link for a good review of modes:
http://www.rc-airplane-world.com/rc-transmitter-modes.html
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Throttle on the left side is mode 2. Here is a good detail of the two from Spektrum....

http://www.spektrumrc.com/Articles/Article.aspx?ArticleID=2105
What type of hobbyist are you?  Intermediate
How often do you use this product?  Daily
Age: 45 to 54
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  4-10 years
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Ontario, Canada.
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Mode 2
What type of hobbyist are you?  Intermediate
How often do you use this product?  Several times a month
Age: 65 or over
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  1-3 years
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jrd210
Nelson, BC Canada
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Hi, Shortie, you want mode 2 with the throttle on the left.
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Mode 1 has the Elevator and Rudder on the LEFT stick and the RIGHT stick is Aileron and Throttle.

Mode II, of which is MORE common, has the Throttle and Rudder on the LEFT stick and Elevator and Ailerons on the Right stick.

As far as I know, MOST Transmitters can be purchase with either mode set up from the factory, and can be changed by the user.

This link on Spektrum's site may be more helpful, plus it has a picture of the Radio layout for Mode I and Mode II

"http://www.spektrumrc.com/Articles/Article.aspx?ArticleID=2105"

Hope this helps,
David
What type of hobbyist are you?  Recreational
How often do you use this product?  Several times a month
Age: 55 to 64
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  11-20 years
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Illinois
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Throttle cut for my X9503
I bought this from Rays Hobby to replace my DX7s and I was surprised there is not a throttle cut. I previously used my gear switch for throttle cut on my nitro and electric models. Am I missing something in the manual? How can I do this?
What type of hobbyist are you?  Intermediate
How often do you use this product?  Several times a week
Age: 55 to 64
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  1-3 years
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
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RalphP
Rhode Island
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There is a few ways this can be done. You can do this in your throttle curve or a program mix. Please call in to our Product Support Line (877-504-0233) for a walk through on this process.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Professional
How often do you use this product?  Several times a year
Age: 25 to 34
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  4-10 years
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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HorizonScott
Champaign
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I have this transmitter (JR 9503), and it does not have this function. you would have to assign a switch and do a mix to have this option. sounds like you already have done this.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Advanced
How often do you use this product?  Several times a year
Age: 35 to 44
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  21-29 years
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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shreveport, LA
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Hi RalphP:
I have had radios with a throttle cut button, but my favorite technique is to set up the throttle trim to kill the engine.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Intermediate
How often do you use this product?  Several times a year
Age: 55 to 64
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  30 years or more
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
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JohnnyBob
Jonesborough, TN
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How can you configure multiple servos (ailerons) on the same channel allowing separate end point adjustments?
Tried using separate mixes with master/slave but trims only effect the primary servo. Don't want to have to use matchboxes or smartfly EQ unless I have to.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Advanced
How often do you use this product?  Daily
Age: 45 to 54
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  11-20 years
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
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yakattack27
Boston Mass
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Hey Yakattack27-
The only way that I am aware of configuring multiple servos with a single channel is what you mentioned...JR's Matchbox...of course you could also do it through the linkages depending on your application...
What type of hobbyist are you?  Recreational
How often do you use this product?  Several times a week
Age: 35 to 44
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  4-10 years
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ABJets
Oak Island, NC
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answer 2
very easy, i have this transmitter and it is awesome.
now are you referring to 2 aileron servos on one wing or one aileron servo per wing?
in any event, this is what i have done. with planes that have 1 servo per wing, i will connect right wing to ail on receiver, and left wing to aux 2 or 3. now, if you want to connect 2 or 3 servos to right wing and have them all work under one channel, you have a different set of conditions required. first off, this cannot be done without the use of either: JR matchbox, smartfly servo equalizer, or some form of a power box system, reason being is that you need to have some form of a "equalizer" to match all the servos ganged on a single surface so that they all have the same neutral point and all have the same end points at full deflection. if you do not have this, lets say, if you were to connect two servos with a Y-harness, the servos will fight each other, and this can cause servos to overheat, and of course, they will drain battery.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Advanced
How often do you use this product?  Several times a year
Age: 35 to 44
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  21-29 years
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Hi Yakattack27:
I think you will have to adjust each servo linkage manually if they are on the same channel. Otherwise, plug each servo into its own channel. Then you can program the endpoints for each servo, but I don't think the trim will ever effect them separately.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Intermediate
How often do you use this product?  Several times a year
Age: 55 to 64
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  30 years or more
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
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Jonesborough, TN
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How do I order the X9503 2.4 A/S Tx with R921X Rx in Mode 1 stick configuration?
Need part/model number
What type of hobbyist are you?  Advanced
How often do you use this product?  Several times a month
Age: 55 to 64
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  30 years or more
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caddguy6
Philadelphia, PA
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The Mode 1 versions of the X9503 are now available for purchase on the site. You may also call us at 800-338-4639 to place an order with one of our sales reps or visit a local hobby shop if availble.

Mode 1 X9503 item numbers:
JRP2930X1
JRP2935X1

http://www.horizonhobby.com/webapp/...:
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here is item number:
JRP2930X

JRP2935x is for heli (mode 2)
What type of hobbyist are you?  Advanced
How often do you use this product?  Several times a week
Age: 35 to 44
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  21-29 years
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shreveport, LA
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This radio is it compatible with aircraft and heli or just with the aircraft? Is it compatible only with your DSMX or DSM2 too?
What type of hobbyist are you?  Advanced
How often do you use this product?  Several times a week
Age: 25 to 34
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  4-10 years
 
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This transmitter can be set up to fly both airplanes and helicopters. The only difference in the air/sailplane and heli versions is that the switch locations are optimized for either helis or airplanes depending on the transmitter model.

This transmitter is able to bind to all Spektrum and JR DSM2 and DSMX receivers. It will not bind with JR's new DMSS system, the old "DSM," or any other receivers that are not DSM2 or DSMX.
answered 2 years ago
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HorizonDavidB
Champaign, IL
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i have this transmitter, and you need to order it for either heli or aircraft. with that being said, the aircraft transmitter can be used on heli mode. you need to program it, but the left stick does not have a spring on it for up and down movement. this is DSMX, i do not believe you can use DSM2 receivers with this. they need to be DSMX.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Advanced
How often do you use this product?  Several times a year
Age: 35 to 44
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  21-29 years
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If I buy a JR 9 channel can I transfer the data from my DX7S to it and how.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Intermediate
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Age: 55 to 64
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  1-3 years
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You will not be able to directly transfer your data or settings from one transmitter to the other. You will have to manually transfer your settings.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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HorizonDavidB
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no, you cannot do this. the JR 9503 does not have anyhting where you can insert an SD card or connect with USB port or anything like that, sorry.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Advanced
How often do you use this product?  Several times a year
Age: 35 to 44
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  21-29 years
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How do I register my JR radios?
What type of hobbyist are you?  Advanced
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Age: 65 or over
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  30 years or more
asked 1 year, 2 months ago
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GONAVY
Troy, NH
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Hi GoNavy:
Go to this JR site and fill in the online form: http://www.jrradios.com/ServiceCenter/Registration.aspx
What type of hobbyist are you?  Intermediate
How often do you use this product?  Several times a year
Age: 55 to 64
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  30 years or more
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my JR radio came with a little post card "like when you buy a new electronic somewhere or something" and you put your name, e-mail, address and probably serial code something like that. Should of been the instruction book package "plastic bag" when you opened your new radio. you cannot register a used radio with JR I think you know that. Or do you mean just how to register what you own on Horizon Hobby they have there own spot to register what you own in your profile area or some where along them lines. If your trying to register for warranty which I am assuming your NEW radio should of came with the small postcard like I said above or go straight to the website you ordered it from I imagine. HOPE this helps. HAPPY FLYING.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Intermediate
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Age: 25 to 34
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  4-10 years
 
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Can I use a telemetry module with this 9503 Radio and make it work
What type of hobbyist are you?  Intermediate
How often do you use this product?  Several times a week
Age: 65 or over
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  4-10 years
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The 9503 has no provision for telemetry. So, no.
What type of hobbyist are you?  Competitive
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Age: 45 to 54
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  11-20 years
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JR9503 Battery
Can I still get the original style battery pack for my two year old JR9503? If so where.
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Age: 65 or over
How long have you been participating in this hobby?  30 years or more
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