Protocol Number: 55 Autobind: No Channel Re-mapping: No Extended Limits: Yes Failsafe Support: Yes Receiver Match: Yes Telemetry: Yes Option Value: Frequency fine tuning
Uses the MULTI-Module as a receiver instead of a transmitter. Compatible with any radio transmitting one of the following protocols:
FrSkyX/D16 v1.xxx (FCC or LBT)
FrSkyX/D16 v2.1.0 (FCC or LBT)
Enables two radios to be linked in a trainer/trainee partnership. See the Wireless Trainer page for more information.
The FrSky protocol used on the transmitting radio is detected automatically at bind time.
This subprotocol makes a clone of a the unique identifier of a radio transmitting one of the supported FrSky protocols.
There are three memory 'slots' available for cloning:
1 slot for D8 cloning
1 slot for FrSkyX (D16v1) cloning
1 slot for FrSkyX2 (D16v2.1.0) cloning
If you use the Cloning Procedure with a radio transmitting the D8 protocol, it will be saved in the D8 slot. Likewise for D16v1 and D16v2.1 .
Once a transmitter ID is cloned you can use the cloned ID for any model by using the FrSkyD/X/X2 'Cloned' sub-protocol option. This way you can have models working with the original MULTI-Module identifier and models which are shared by both the cloned TX and MPM.
On the radio to receive the cloned ID, configure a new model with the FrSky RX protocol, sub-protocol CloneTX
On the radio to be cloned, select (or configure) a model which uses the protocol you want to clone the ID from (FrSkyD/D8, FrSkyX/D16, etc.)
Place both radios in Bind mode
Wait for the bind to complete
Select or create a model where you want to use the cloned ID
Select the protocol which was cloned (FrSkyD/D8, FrSkyX/D16, etc.)
Select the sub-protocol Cloned
FrSkyD/D8 - the Receiver Number which was used during the the cloning procedure is used. Changing the Receiver Number has no effect
FrSkyX/D16 - the Receiver Number must be set to match the value on the original transmitter