User Manual

FCC ID: 2AKG7-FSGT15

Users Manual

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        FS-GT15 2.4GHz 3IN1 ELECTRONIC SYSTEM

                               USER’S GUIDE V1.0

DESCRIPTION
     FS-GT15 is a 3 in 1 multifunction 2.4GHz electronic system build for RC cars. It
has built in servo and ESC inside the receiver all these features just in one small piece.

SPECIFICATIONS
⚫    Transmitter Model:FS-GT15 Tx
⚫    Transmitter Frequency:2.4G (GFSK)
⚫    Remote control distance: >40m
⚫    Power Supply:4 Cell AA Batteries
⚫    Configuration mode: button


⚫    Receiver Model:FS-GT15 Rx
⚫    Voltage Range:1S Lipo
⚫    Receiver frequency: 2.4G (GFSK)
⚫    Supported motor: 180 brush motor, 180 carbon brush motor or 0716 hollow cup
     motor
⚫    Supported servo: 5g or 9g 5-wire servo.

FEATURES DESCRIPTIONS
⚫    2 channel transmitters, set ST TRIM and TH DR.
⚫    Integration of Receiver, ESC and servo, high integration, install conveniently.
⚫    Throttle neutral point adaptation without the TRIM setting of TH.
⚫    Low voltage cut-off protection for battery / Throttle signal loss protection.

                             Declarations and Warnings
     FS-GT15 Rx is a highly-integrated multifunction ESC. It has built-in functions of
 ESC, servo and 2-channel receiver. It must work with right motor and servo in order
    to get FS-GT15 Rx work properly, otherwise the FS-GT15 RX will be destroyed.
     Don’t block the motor for a long time, which will damage the ESC.
     Don’t block the servo for a long time, which will damage the servo driver.


Transmitter




WARNING: BATTERIES ARE SUITABLE FOR 4 ALKALINE BATTERIES.
ENSURE THAT THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE POLES OF THE
BATTERIES   ARE   INSTALLED   CORRECTLY.   THE   INCORRECT
POLARITY OF THE BATTERIES WILL CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE
REMOTE CONTROL. LED INDICATES TRANSMITTER BATTERY
VOLTAGE STATUS, WHEN ONLY ONE LED LAMP IS ON, THE BATTERY
VOLTAGE IS LOW, PLEASE REPLACE THE BATTERY IN TIME!


Receiver

Interface




⚫   Battery Switch: Control the power of the receiver;
⚫   Battery interface: Battery interface for 1S Lipo;
⚫   Motor interface: The connector for 180 motor.
⚫   Servo interface: The connector for 5-wire servo.
⚫   Charging socket:The charging interface of the receiver. The receiver is charged
    by the transmitter.
Warning: Ensure that the positive and negative poles of the battery
interface are correct, and the inverse will burn out FS-GT15 RX.

Transmitter and Receiver Pairing
     Please follow the following steps:
     1. Open the receiver first and click the button to make the receiver enter the
binding state. The LED will blink rapidly.
     2. Turn on the transmitter. The transmitter’s red LED blinks quickly, indicating
that the transmitter enters the binding state. The binding will be completed within 3s.
     3. After binding successfully, the receiver’s LED will always be on.

Receiver LED light State
     1. LED light stays on: transmitter and receiver has been paired, work properly.
     2. LED light blinks slowly: receiver does not pick a signal from transmitter: (1).
transmitter is not on; (2). pairing has not been done yet.
     3. LED light blinks once a second: battery voltage is low.


     4. LED light blinks fast: under pairing mode.

Fail Safe
     Fail safe feature build in receiver. When receiver stop communication with
transmitter, ESC will stop outputting, then steering channel output will maintain the
latest position.

Low Voltage Protection
     The receiver has built-in low voltage protection.
     If the battery voltage is less than 3.3V, the receiver enters the low voltage
protection mode and the motor output maximum speed is limited to 50%.
     If the battery voltage is less than 3.1V, the motor will stop running.

Installation and Use Guide
     The remote control is a 2.4G wireless products, a proper installation and usage
will exert influence on performance of the product.
     Due to the poor penetration of 2.4G signals, it is necessary to ensure that
transmitters and receivers are used without occlusions in order to ensure reliable
communication;
     A build-in 2.4G signal receiving module inside the receiver, so keep it away as
far as possible from other electronic products, motors, etc., to reduce interference;
     The remote controller receiver and transmitter has an PCB antenna, keep any
metal materials away near the antenna.
     As the radio frequency products are affected by the external environment, the
performance differences vary greatly. The main points of installation and use are to
ensure that the RF signals of the remote controller can be transmitted effectively and
reliably.
     Proper installation and use are essential to ensure product performance.
     Summary: FS-GT15 Rx radio system is a high performance and multiple
functions for RC cars. The built-in receiver and ESC make FS-GT15 Rx become
a high degree of integration with complex functions product, please be sure to
carefully read the user manual in using, avoid wiring error caused damage to the
product.


Transmitter troubleshooting
Troubles             Possible Causes                  Solutions
After power on,      Batteries are installed          Reinstall the batteries; change
no LED lights up     abnormal; Battery low            the batteries

ESC troubleshooting
Troubles             Possible Causes                  Solutions
After power on,      No power is drawn to the         Check the connections
no LED lights up     ESC; The switch is broken        between battery and ESC; Re-
                                                      solder the connector if
                                                      needed;Change the ESC
                                                      switch
Led slowly blink     The transmitter is closed;       Open the transmitter;Re-pair
                     The transmitter is not paired    the transmitter
Led blinks once a    Battery voltage is low.          Change battery.
second
The vehicle can’t    Incorrect TH D/R setting;        Increase TH D/R; Change
reach to the full    Battery protect due to battery   battery
speed.               low
The vehicle can’t    Battery low cut-off protect;     Change battery; Check the
motion, but the      The connection between ESC       connection between the motor
LED indicators       and motor is interrupted; The    and ESC; Change battery.
work normally        motor is damaged
The motor            The discharge capacity of the    Change a battery with better
accelerates          battery is not strong enough;    discharge capability;
rapidly at the       The motor rotates too fast,      Use a motor with lower RPM,
startup moment,      and the gear ratio is too        or smaller pinion to soften the
but has lockout or   aggressive; Something wrong      gear ratio; Check the driveline
cogging problem.     with the driveline of the        of the vehicle
                     vehicle.


FCC STATEMENT :
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Warning: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate
the
equipment.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.



Document Created: 2019-03-08 10:16:27
Document Modified: 2019-03-08 10:16:27

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