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    Software upgrade on Flysky GT3B & GT3C Tx

    Dear friends

    I have successfully update the software of the GT3B/C or the Hobby K i n g GTX3 surface radio. With the update, the features that now can be found on a $50 radio is now easily comparable or even better then a $400 branded one. Below is a brief description of the software feature. Those interested can on how to do it can drop me a PM.

    Standard Features



    3-8 Channels
    Trim (CH 1-2)
    Sub trim (All Channels)
    EPA (All Channels)
    Dual Rates
    ABS Braking
    Model Memory (14)
    Expo
    Lap Counter


    Advance Features



    Backlight time
    Inactivity Alarm
    Low Power Alarm
    Max EPA allowed (100-150%)
    ST and TH Dead zone
    Key Beep (ON/OFF)
    Long Press Delay (Long press lets a switch have more functions)
    Default Setting reset
    All Model Reset
    Calibration Menu
    Key Test Menu
    Channel Speed (all channels)


    Mixing

    The New firmware comes with Dual ESC mixing and 4WS Mixing features. The mixs are simply enabled via a menu. The mixs can be controlled in numerous ways, in which it is setup in the KEY mapping menu.

    Dual ESC allows for dig, even mix, and bias/proportional mixing. There is also a special feature for Dual ESC steering, for boats, tanks, etc.

    4WS does the same thing as Dual ESC, rear/front only, even mix, bias/protional mixing. However there is a CRAB function that can be applied which will reverse on of the channels to give crab mixing
    Multi Postion

    Multi Position is a spectacular feature. What Multi Position is, is it allows you to have up to 8 independent positions, and to be able to cycle through them in what ever way you want with a switch. Which is great for mechanical digs, trannies etc. So you no longer have to go lock, free wheel, 4wd. you can do lock, 4wd, free wheel, or any combo!
    Key Mapping

    Key mapping does all the magic, its abit confusing at first when programming, but quite easy once you get a grasp on whats going on.



    Trims/3 position switches



    On the GT3B there are two 3 position switches and 2 (2) button switches. All of which can be considered a 3 position switch, referred to TRIMS in the manual. These switches can control



    Trim
    Dual Rates
    Expo
    Channels
    Sub Trim
    Mixes
    Multi Position
    Steering Speed
    Channel Speed

    Now each one of thes functions can be controlled in many ways, here are the options

    Momentary
    Key Must be pressed to change value...left e. point, center, right e.point
    No Long Keys
    Each key press will change its function...according to step rate and other options, if you press and hold the key nothing happens
    Auto Repeat
    Each key press will change its function...according to step rate and other options, if the key is pressed and held it will continue to increase by its step rate.
    Function Reset
    Each key press will change its function...according to step rate and other options, If key is pressed and held the function will return to center/default value
    Function End
    Each key press will change its function...according to step rate and other options, If key is pressed and held the function will go to its endpoint corresponding to the key direction



    There are many more options to fine tune the above options, such as opposite reset, reverse, previous value, etc.



    Buttons



    There are afew buttons on the GT3B, But only one i'd suggest for use is the channel 3 button...Also all of the Trims can be separated into two separate buttons if needed. The functions Buttons can control are as follows

    Channels (e point to e point)
    Channel Reset
    Crab on/off
    Dig Mix (rear to front dig, but can be set to do even mix and dig)
    Multi Position
    Multi Position reset
    Increase lap count
    Lap count reset
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