change the various settings on the
TX. First, you must install the
program t6config.exe. (Again, you
can download that from my
The install program must use a
Chinese character set my computer
doesn’t have since it displays some
unintelligable icons, but the program
installs without needing user
intervention at that point, so this
doesn’t present a problem. A
T6config icon is added to your
If they don’t, then repeat step 7
and choose another COM port
until they do.
Linking Your TX
to Your PC
This is where I ran into a
problem. No matter what COM
port I tried, the bars would not
move. I tried a different TX (I had
purchased four) and a different USB
cable (I had a couple), and finally
tried it out on two other computers
to no avail.
I researched online but
could not find anyone who had
the same problem. Finally, in
desperation, I tried plugging it into
the powered USB hub I used on
one of the computers and it
worked immediately! I suspect
that the power available from
some USB ports is insufficient to
correctly power the cable link, and
the powered USB hub had a
higher voltage or current capacity
and allowed correct operation.
The USB hub I used is shown in
Figure 5. It came with a USB
connection cable and a small
transformer to power it. You can
get hubs that are not separately
powered but I doubt they would
1. Power-up your computer.
2. Switch on your TX.
3. Plug in the round plug on the USB
cable into the socket on the back
of the TX.
4. Plug the other end of the USB
cable into a spare USB port on
5. Launch the T6Config program on
your computer. You should get a
screen similar to that in Figure 3.
6. Click on the button marked
“Setting” and a small window will
pop up as shown in Figure 4.
7. Choose a COM port and click
8. If it is the right port when you
move the sticks on the TX, the
green bars will move in response.
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