This is where you'll find the latest project documentation, and also a growing archive of old and obsolete manuals, instructions and diagrams for various radios and actuators.
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Up-to-date documentation will always be maintained here.
The current S/C encoder version is 'N' and anyone needing to update can simply return the pic chip for reprogramming
but please include a stamped, self-addressed bubble-wrap envelope.
P1] The Single Channel Emulation Encoder documentation, as used in the featured 2.4g S/C sets
P2] The current draft of the 12-channel Reeds Emulation Encoder documentation. The current Reeds encoder version is 'S', with adjustable servo-slow speed. [OBSOLETE - see Reeduino]
P3] The alternative version 'N'of the 12-channel Reeds Emulation Encoder documentation, with fixed servo-slow speed. [OBSOLETE - see Reeduino]
P4] Wiring diagram for the Single Channel Emulation Encoder driving a JR/Spektrum transmitter via its trainer port.
P5] The 'Full-House' Single Channel Actuator Emulator documentation
P6] The 'Codamac-style' S/C coder documentation ('Gigamac'). This has been updated to show the newly available PCB [OBSOLETE - see P29]
P7] Documentation for building the onboard pulser for 'Adams-style' magnetic actuators for modern, convenional propo radio sets
P8] Updated notes on the Digimac 1+1 conversion. [OBSOLETE]
P9] Rough draft documentation for the 2+1, and multi-channel proportional encoders [OBSOLETE]
P10] Setting up stick-unit pots for the single, 1+1, 2+1 and multi-channel proportional encoders [OBSOLETE]
P11] Building the channel-switch to operate a 'period' escapement from the 2.4g S/C set.
P12] Wiring the simple, rudder-only escapement emulators for period relay S/C sets
P13] Building an Adams-style Magnetic Actuator for Pulse Proportional (thanks RCM&E).
P14]  First draft document for assembling a 6 channel reeds transmitter using the 'Tiny-6' encoder [OBSOLETE - see Reeduino]
P16]  Document for 7 channel proportional encoder using the Arduino, with Single-Channel mix (updated 20/02/19)
P17]  Sketch for 7 channel proportional encoder using the Arduino, with Single-Channel mix
P18]  Sketch for the "Reeduino" up to 12 channel reeds emulation encoder using the Arduino, with ATV & Single-Channel mix
P19]  "Reeduino" encoder document for up to 12 channel reeds emulation with wiring diagram
P20]  Mk3 1+1 encoder with many extra features, based on the tiny Digispark board
P21]  Sketch for Mk3 1+1 encoder, you will need to make a Digispark ICSP adapter, see forum.
P22]  Remote Dethermaliser Encoder document (Digispark version)
P23]  Sketch for 2-channel propo encoder with progressive throttle, suitable for a GG tx
P24]  Rough notes for 2-channel propo encoder with progressive throttle, suitable for a GG tx
P25]  Sketch for updated 2+1 encoder, 2xpropo channels & sequential throttle, subtrim, etc for DigiSpark
P26]  Sketch for V-tail mixer for DigiSpark board
P27]  Galloping-Ghost recoder for the DigiSpark PCB and DRV8838 bridge (no mods required)
P28]  Sketch for Galloping-Ghost Recoder for DigiSpark board
P29]  Codamac coder instructions (DigiSpark version)
P30]  Standalone Fuse-Programmer for DigiSpark, get an extra I/O pin!
P31]  Reserved for "Standalone Fuse-Programmer for DigiSpark" document
P32]  4ch Propo Encoder with a DigiSpark sketch
P33]  DigiSpark 4ch Propo Encoder document
P34]  3ch version of the DigiSpark 4ch Encoder, with no fuses to change
P35]  3ch DigiSpark document, similar to the 4ch version without P5.
H01]  The ED Story. A huge zipped collection of dialogue, photos & data
H02]  A zipped collection of battery scans, from which you can make your own dummy batteries!
These files were kindly donated anonymously, we'd like to acknowledge the gesture... if these are yours, please get in touch!
Model Plans: (with thanks to the original authors & designers)
S01]  Plans for Single-Channel radio control models (will be updated regularly)
Obsolete manuals, wiring diagrams and instruction sheets:
M01]  Bonner Varicomp cascadable actuators 1
M02]  Bonner Varicomp cascadable actuators 2
M03]  Bonner Varicomp cascadable actuators 3
M04]  Bonner Varicomp cascadable actuators 4
M05]  Bonner Varicomp cascadable actuators 5
M06]  Bonner Varicomp cascadable actuators 6
M07]  *NEW* Hi-res Elmic Compact instructions page 1
M08]  *NEW* Hi-res Elmic Compact instructions page 2
M09]  *NEW* Hi-res Elmic Commander instructions
M10]  *NEW* Hi-res Elmic Conquest instructions page 1
M11]  *NEW* Hi-res Elmic Conquest instructions page 2
M12]  *NEW* Hi-res Elmic Corporal motor escapement 1
M13]  *NEW* Hi-res Elmic Corporal motor escapement 2
M14]  Futaba radio & actuator setup 1
M15]  Futaba radio & actuator setup 2
M16]  Futaba radio & actuator setup 3
M17]  Macgregor Codamac instructions 1
M18]  Macgregor Codamac instructions 2
M19]  Ripmax Minimite & MiniMo actuators 1
M20]  Ripmax Minimite & MiniMo actuators 2
M21]  Ripmax pathfinder instructions 1
M22]  Ripmax pathfinder instructions 2
M23]  Rand Galloping Ghost actuator setup 1
M24]  Rand Galloping Ghost actuator setup 2
M24a]  Rand Galloping Ghost hints & tips
M25]  RCS reed set circuit diagrams
M26]  REP Reptone instructions
M27]  Telecommander instructions 1
M28]  Telecommander instructions 2
M29]  Aristocraft 'Codamatic' instructions page 1
M30]  Aristocraft 'Codamatic' instructions page 2
M31]  Macgregor Single Channel Radio instructions page 1
M32]  Macgregor Single Channel Radio instructions page 2
M33]  Macgregor Digimac II and III instructions      (c) Macgregor
M34]  OS Minitron Single Channel Proportional Set instructions
M35]  Climax Unimite Single Channel motorised actuator instructions page 1
M36]  Climax Unimite Single Channel motorised actuator instructions page 2
CG Electronics, out of Albuquerque, New Mexico was created by Frank Hoover while he was working for Gulton Industries and named after Franks Son CG. Later the business was renamed F&M Electronics after Frank Left Gulton Industries and went full time into the R/C business (our thanks to Stan & Jean-Marie for this info).
M37]  CG Electronics Single-Channel gear 1
M38]  CG Electronics Single-Channel gear 2
M39]  CG Electronics Single-Channel gear 3
M40]  CG Electronics Single-Channel gear 4
M41]  ABC Minisonic manual (zipped, 4 pages)
We're indebted to Steve Payne of Electronic Support Services for the following Horizon information:
M42]  Data and repair hints for Horizon Systems proportional sets
M43]  Aristo-Craft 'Pilot' sequential motorised actuator instructions (in German) page 1
M44]  Aristo-Craft 'Pilot' sequential motorised actuator instructions (in German) page 2
M45]  Macgregor Digimac 1+1 complete instruction sheet
M46]  Some ideas on bind board alternatives for the Frsky V8HT RF module
M46a]  Yet another bind board alternative for the Frsky V8HT RF module
M47]  Similar ideas on bind board alternatives for the Frsky DHT RF module
M48]  Full constructional booklet for Remcon 12 Reeds set, zipped
M49]  Full instructions for Gem S/C set, zipped
Here's a QR code for this website www.singlechannel.co.uk, feel free to copy it or use it wherever!