MJXq

Details

Protocol Number: 18 Autobind: Yes Channel Re-mapping: Yes Extended Limits: No Failsafe Support: No Receiver Match: No Telemetry: No Option Value: E010 emulation mode and frequency fine tuning (see notes)

Notes

None.

Channel Assignment

CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CH9
CH10
CH11
CH12
CH13
CH14
A
E
T
R
Flip
LED
Picture
Video
Headless
RTH
Autoflip
Pan
Tilt
Rate
Rate:
  • -100% (default) = higher rates by enabling dynamic trims (except for Headless)
  • +100% = disable dynamic trims

Sub Protocols

0 - WLH08

Models: MJX WLH-08 and JJRC H13C

1 - X600

Model: MJX X600
Only three transmitter IDs are available for this protocol - take care that another MULTI-Module using the same protocol and ID is not in range at the same time.
Change the Receiver Num value to cycle through the the different transmitter IDs.

2 - X800

Model: MJX X800
Only three transmitter IDs are available for this protocol - take care that another MULTI-Module using the same protocol and ID is not in range at the same time.
Change the Receiver Num value to cycle through the the different transmitter IDs.

3 - H26D

Model: JJRC H26D
Only three transmitter IDs are available for this protocol - take care that another MULTI-Module using the same protocol and ID is not in range at the same time.
Change the Receiver Num value to cycle through the the different transmitter IDs.

4 - E010

Models: Eachine E010, JJRC H36
Fifteen transmitter IDs are available for this protocol. Change the Receiver Num value to cycle through them.
This sub-protocol is known to be problematic. This is due to the emulation of the original radio's RF component.
If the model does not respond well to inputs, or is hard to bind, you can try to switch the emulation mode by using an option value (RF Freq. tuning) other than 0.
Once the value is not set to 0 it is used for frequency fine tuning. See the Frequency Tuning page for more details.
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