I noticed that the RC system with the Flysky FS-i6X and iA10B receiver bound had problems synchronizing with the optional packs on Armortek.
When I connected motion pack A and motion pack B to the receiver at the same time, I could see that motion pack A has failed.
Of course I'm talking about driving a transmitter one-handed.
The rest of the sound options, smoke options, recoil operations and motion pack B are fine.
For example, when I move forward or reverse the right stick of the transmitter, the tank follows the forward and backward well.
However, if I push the right stick from neutral to right, the normal movement is to drive forwards on the left track and reverse on the right.
However, the left side moves forward, the right side stops trying to reverse for a while.
Also, if I operate the right stick of the transmitter on the left side, normally the left track will reverse and the right track will move forward at the same time, but the right track will move forward and the left track will not reverse.
The strange thing is that when I do a bench test, everything works normally.
But if I drive my tank on the ground, there is an error.
If I remove the two receiver lines connected with Motion Option B, it will operate normally on the ground. And in this case, sometimes when the power switch is first connected, I hear a "tic tic" sound sometimes trying to change direction.
Who knows how to solve these causes or problems?
I'm going to do another test in a few days by switching to a two-stick method.