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RadioLink T8fb Instruction Manual RadioLink



RadioLink T8FB: A Versatile and Affordable 8-Channel Transmitter




If you are looking for a reliable and easy-to-use transmitter for your racing drone, fixed wing, helicopter, glider, car or boat, you might want to consider the RadioLink T8FB. This 8-channel transmitter offers a lot of features and functions for a very reasonable price. In this article, we will show you how to use the RadioLink T8FB and provide you with a detailed instruction manual.




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What is the RadioLink T8FB?




The RadioLink T8FB is an 8-channel transmitter that operates on the 2.4 GHz frequency band. It uses the FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum) technology to ensure a stable and interference-free connection with your model. It has a range of up to 2 km and supports up to 12 models in memory.


The RadioLink T8FB has a simple and ergonomic design that fits comfortably in your hands. It has two cross sticks, two switches and two rotary knobs for controlling your model. It also has a trim button and a reverse switch for each channel. The transmitter has a backlit LCD screen that displays the model name, battery voltage, signal strength, timer and other settings. You can also adjust the brightness and contrast of the screen.


The RadioLink T8FB can be powered by different sources: four alkaline batteries inserted into the holder that comes with the transmitter, four NiMH rechargeable batteries of AA size or two to three cell LiPo/Li-ion batteries. The transmitter has a low voltage alarm that will beep when the battery voltage drops below 4.2 V.


How to Bind the RadioLink T8FB with the Receiver?




The RadioLink T8FB is compatible with various receivers from RadioLink, such as R12DS, R12DSM, R9DS, R6DS, R6DSM, R8EF, R8FM, R8SM, R8XM, R7FG, R6FG, R6F, R4FGM and R4F. To bind the transmitter with the receiver, follow these steps:


  • Turn on the transmitter and select the model you want to bind.



  • Press and hold the bind button on the receiver until the LED flashes rapidly.



  • Place the receiver close to the transmitter and wait for a few seconds until the LED on the receiver turns solid.



  • The binding is successful when you hear a beep from the transmitter and see the signal strength indicator on the screen.



If you want to unbind the receiver from the transmitter, press and hold the bind button on the receiver for more than 10 seconds until the LED flashes slowly.


How to Set Up the RadioLink T8FB for Your Model?




The RadioLink T8FB allows you to customize various settings for your model, such as channel mapping, end points, sub trim, dual rates, exponential curves and mixing. To access these settings, press and hold the enter button on the transmitter for more than 3 seconds. You will enter the menu mode where you can use the up/down buttons to scroll through different options and use the left/right buttons to change values. Press the enter button again to confirm your changes or press the exit button to cancel.


Here are some of the main settings you can adjust on the RadioLink T8FB:


  • Model Name: You can assign a name for each model in memory using up to 10 characters.



  • Model Type: You can choose between airplane (fixed wing), helicopter or multirotor (drone) modes depending on your model.



  • Channel Map: You can assign different functions to each channel according to your preference. For example, you can set channel 1 as throttle, channel 2 as aileron, channel 3 as elevator and channel 4 as rudder.



  • End Point: You can adjust the maximum travel of each channel from 0% to 150%. This can help you fine-tune your model's performance and avoid over-control.



  • Sub Trim: You can adjust the neutral position of each channel from -100% to +100%. This can help you center your servos or motors when they are not aligned properly.



  • Dual Rate: You can adjust the sensitivity of each channel from 0% to 100%. This can help you switch between different flight modes or conditions. For example, you can set a low rate for smooth and stable flying and a high rate for agile and acrobatic flying.



  • Exponential: You can adjust the curve of each chan