Step 1: Make sure the radio is turned off.
Step 2: Insert the MULTI-Module into the module bay of your radio, taking care that the pins line up correctly.
JP4IN1-SE installed in a T16
Once the MULTI-Module is installed in the radio you need to configure a model to use it. Serial Mode and PPM Mode are configured differently.
In Serial Mode the radio's user interface is used to select the protocol and configure any protocol settings.
If your MULTI-Module has a 16-position rotary selector, ensure the module is in Serial Mode by setting the selector is set to 0.
JP4IN1 set to Serial Mode
Step 1: Set the rotary switch to 0 and turn the radio on .
Step 2: Select an existing model or create a new one.
Step 3: On the Model Setup page scroll to External RF (or Internal RF, if using an internal MULTI-Module) and set the Mode to MULTI.
External RF Mode set to MULTI
The Module Status line should update to show the module's firmware version within a few seconds of the Mode being set to MULTI. If it doesn't, check that the module is installed correctly.
Step 4: Select a protocol by clicking on the field to the right of 'MULTI' ('FlySky' in the image above) and scrolling through the list to find the desired protocol.
Step 5: Select the sub-protocol, if needed, by clicking on the sub-protocol field ('Std' in the image above) and scrolling through the options. Not all protocols have sub-protocols.
Step 6: Configure the additional protocol settings, as needed.
- RF Freq. Tuning specifies the frequency fine tuning value
- Receiver No. enables Receiver Match
- Bind on Channel enables initiating bind use a channel input and disables bind at power on
- Disable Telemetry disables telemetry for this model
- Disable Ch. map prevents the MULTI-Module re-mapping channels to match the protocol
- Low power mode reduces the RF output to approximately 1/10th normal power
All the protocol options are explained in the next section, Protocol Options, with more information in each protocol-specific page. Frequency Tuning is explained on the Frequency Tuning page.
If RF Freq. Tuning is an available setting, the Frequency Tuning process must be completed for this protocol.
Step 7: Bind the MULTI-Module to the model. See the Binding page for more information.
In PPM Mode the 16-position rotary selector is used to select the protocol.
The radio must be off when the protocol is selected or changed.
Step 1: With the radio off, select the desired protocol by setting the 16-position selector to the corresponding value.
If protocol banks are enabled, the desired bank must also be selected. See the PPM Mode page for more details.
Step 2: Turn the radio on.
Step 3: Select an existing model or create a new one.
Step 4: On the Model Setup page scroll to External RF and set the Mode to PPM.
External RF set to PPM Mode
Step 5: Bind the MULTI-Module to the model. See the Binding page for more information.