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Binding Tactic Radio to Receiver

Binding Tactic Radio to Receiver

Instructions for binding a Tactic 2.4GHz transmitter to your receiver.

This procedure has been tested with the following:
• Tactic TTX240
• Tactic TTX300
• Tactic TTX404

• Tactic TR324
• Tactic TR325

The Procedure
Step 1.
Turn on the transmitter.

Step 2.
Plug your car battery in and turn on the receiver.

Step 3.
– If the receiver LED flashes once and then stays on, the receiver is already bound to this transmitter; skip to step 4.
– If the receiver LED does not flash or stay on, insert a small diameter screwdriver through the hole marked “BIND” or “LINK” on the receiver. Press the push-button until the receiver LED glows red and then turns off after about one second.

Step 4.
Release the “BIND”/”LINK” button. If the binding is successful, the receiver LED will flash once and then remain on.

All set! If the transmitter doesn’t control the car, repeat steps 1-4 above.


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  1. I have a tactic TX/RX question on why when i plug a battery to the truck the receiver just blinks and I have no steering or throttle

  2. Can you bind a Tactic 2.4GHz Surface transmitter with an Air receiver, and visa-versa?

  3. My tactic x240 does not seem to have a bind button

  4. Hey George; the bind button is on the receiver, not the transmitter. Thanks for shooting me a message about this as well. I guess I should be a little more specific with the instructions.

  5. I suppose you could, but it would be a trial and error thing. Not all surface/air equipment likes to play together.

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