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Operating instructions
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    PROFI CAR 403 and 707

    Operating instructions
    Before operating the transmitter, please select the language (see 9.4, page 42)!



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    Dear customer,
    dear fellow modeller,
    we are delighted that you have decided to purchase a MULTIPLEX radio control system.
    The „PROFI CAR“ is the first „pistol-grip“ transmitter designed and developed by MULTIPLEX.
    Ergonomic efficiency and user-friendliness were our top priority during the development
    process.
    That’s not to say that we have neglected performance: the new system includes many
    innovative and practical features, offering you facilities which until now have not been
    available in systems of this class. They include:
    v Interchangeable RF module, switchable to suit AM and FM receivers
    v Up to 7 channels (steering, throttle/brake + 5 auxiliary channels)
    v 2 steering servos and 2 brake servos (PROFI CAR 707 only)
    v Separate throttle servo (PROFI CAR 707 only)
    Of course, you don’t need to use these features; you can still operate the PROFI CAR as a
    „completely normal“ set, i.e. with one steering servo and a second servo for throttle/brake.
    We are confident that you will have many hours of pleasure with your PROFI CAR.
    Yours the MULTIPLEX team

    A quick look at the transmitter
    Screen
    Aerial (screw fitting)

    Menu buttons
    RF module
    Transmitter crystal
    CAUTION:
    Use only
    genuine MULTIPLEX crystals

    Charge socket
    maximum 600 mA

    ON/OFF switch
    Transmitter battery in base
    With thermal fuse!

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    Contents
    A quick look at the transmitter
    Contents
    Safety
    System facilities
    The transmitter controls in detail
    The „instrument panel“ (screen)
    The principle
    Switching on for the first time
    1.1.
    Charging the transmitter battery (maximum charge current 1 A)
    1.2.
    Charging the receiver battery
    1.3.
    Fitting the transmitter crystal
    1.4.
    Adjusting the trigger loop
    1.5.
    Testing the transmitter
    2. Short and to the point
    2.1.
    Selecting the vehicle TYPE
    2.2.
    Setting the servo norm, direction of rotation, travels and centre
    2.3.
    Adjusting STEERING L
    2.4.
    Adjusting THROTTLE A
    2.5.
    Adjusting BRAKE A
    3. More about steering L
    3.1.
    Adjusting the steering servo („T“ menu)
    3.2.
    Adjusting the steering trim („T“ menu)
    3.3.
    Adjusting the steering CENTRE, accepting the trim setting
    3.4.
    Setting the minimum steering TRAVEL
    3.5.
    SLOW
    3.6.
    EXPO
    3.7.
    Auto Dual Rates for steering
    3.7.1.
    Reduced Travel RT at full throttle
    3.7.2.
    Auto Dual Rate delay
    3.8.
    The second steering servo (PROFI CAR 707 only)
    4. More about THROTTLE A
    4.1.
    2-point throttle curve with EXPO
    4.2.
    5-point throttle curve
    4.3.
    Automatic Start
    4.3.1.
    Setting the „addition“ for Initial Throttle „IT+“
    4.3.2.
    Initiating the automatic start function using the trigger
    4.3.3.
    Initiating the start function with the handle button or trigger
    4.3.4.
    Terminating the automatic start phase
    4.4.
    TC = traction control (nur PROFI CAR 707)
    5. More about BRAKE
    5.1.
    Two-point brake curve with EXPO
    5.2.
    Trimming the Lock Point LP using rocker D
    5.3.
    ABS = Advanced Braking System (PROFI CAR 707 only)
    5.4.
    Braking with more than one servo (PROFI CAR 707 only)
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    6. Timers and lap counters º 00
    6.1.
    Timer mode
    6.2.
    Lap time memory
    6.3.
    Setting the nominal time T-NOM
    6.4.
    Setting the race duration (timer mode 3 only
    6.4.1.
    Race duration by laps
    6.4.2.
    Race duration by time
    6.5.
    Checking the transmitter’s operating time
    6.6.
    Erasing the timer ERASE
    7. Model memories 1
    7.1.
    Switching to a different model memory
    7.2.
    Copying
    7.3.
    Entering the model name
    7.4.
    Erasing
    7.5.
    Reverting to the PREVious state
    8. Driving trucks
    8.1.
    Selecting the model type 2+5 CH (truck)
    8.2.
    Setting the control mode for the auxiliary channels
    8.3.
    Adjusting travel and centre of the auxiliary channels
    8.4.
    Truck steering and throttle/brake
    9. The “toolbox” T
    9.1.
    Adjusting the trigger deadband („T “ menu, DEADB)
    9.2.
    Switching between AM and FM („T “ menu, AM-FM)
    9.3.
    Entering the owner’s name („T “ menu, NAME)
    9.4.
    Selecting the display language („T “ menu, TEXT)
    9.5.
    Setting the battery alarm threshold („T “ menu, ALARM)
    10. Tips on installing the receiving system in the model
    11. The system in use
    11.1.
    Post Office Regulations for the U.K.
    11.2.
    Range testing
    11.3.
    Care of the transmitter
    11.4.
    Maintenance
    Specification, system characteristics
    Menu summary for the PROFI CAR 403 and 707

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    Safety
    Radio-controlled models are not toys!
    You can make a major contribution to safety when operating your models by acting
    responsibly and handling your radio control system and model with due care.
    v

    Check the electrical and mechanical connections in the model at regular
    intervals.

    v

    Check all moving parts regularly: they must be free to move, and must not
    exhibit undue lost motion.
    Carry out regular range checks (see „Range testing“).

    v
    v

    When other drivers are present at the track, find out which channels are
    already in use before you switch on.

    v

    Before every run: extend the transmitter aerial to full length, and check that
    it is in good condition and firmly seated.
    Check that you have selected the model memory corresponding to the
    model you are running.
    Check all the working systems in your model before you start:
    Do the servos rotate in the correct direction?
    Are the travels correct?
    Are the transmitter and receiver battery adequately charged, and in well
    maintained and roadworthy condition?

    v
    v

    v
    v
    v

    Use only genuine MULTIPLEX crystals, batteries and accessories.
    If your receiving system includes components which are not covered by
    these operating instructions, be sure to read the instructions supplied with
    those items.
    If you are in doubt on any point - don’t operate your model! Take your time, carefully
    check the system again, and eliminate the fault. If you cannot solve the problem,
    your local model shop or the MULTIPLEX customer service department will be
    pleased to help you with advice and practical help.

    ! Read and observe the notes in Chapter 11 on using the system!

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    System facilities
    403
    Model memories
    6
    Copy, reset, erase, enter model name
    Steering
    SLOW, separate for entering and exiting turns
    ü
    EXPOnential steering curve (progressive / degressive)
    ü
    Variable CENTRE and TRAVEL
    ü
    Variable steering trim increment
    ü
    Second steering servo
    Throttle
    Automatic start system
    ü
    EXPOnential throttle curve (progressive / degressive)
    ü
    Separate THROTTLE / BRAKE servos
    5-point throttle curve
    ü
    Traction-Control TC
    Brake
    Variable engage point and lock point
    ü
    EXPOnential brake curve (progressive / degressive )
    ü
    ABS (Advanced Braking System)
    Second brake servo (front / rear)
    Timer and lap counter
    Operating time
    ü
    Race duration by time / lap
    ü
    Lap counter
    ü
    Lap time memory
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    Mechanical features
    Programmable trigger deadband
    High-grip steering wheel lining
    Ergonomic controls mounted on the handle
    Angled screen for optimum legibility
    Light weight
    Signal transmission
    FM or AM transmission, selectable for each model memory
    Plug-in RF module (40/41 MHz and 72 MHz)
    Externally accessible plug-in transmitter crystal
    Power supply
    600 mAh / 6-cell battery, approx. 3 hours operating time
    Charge socket in transmitter base

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    707
    12
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
    ü
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    The transmitter controls in detail
    The three pictures below illustrate the essential controls.

    The menu buttons
    The „key“
    to the menus

    The trigger duster
    Trigger loop
    adjustment screw

    Everything to hand

    DA
    Digi Adjustor
    HB
    Handle Button

    DA

    HB

    The trim rockers
    Steering

    The
    „tuning centre“

    Initial throttle

    Lock point
    rear brake
    (throttle/brake servo)

    Switched channel or
    lock point front brake
    (2nd brake servo)

    Repeat function
    All trim rockers have an automatic repeat function when held pressed for longer than
    about 1 second.
    Special case – TRUCK:
    If you wish to control a truck with your Profi Car, you have 5 auxiliary channels
    available (see 8: Driving trucks). In this mode only the steering trim (rocker A) is
    active; all the other rockers are used to control the auxiliary channels.

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    The „instrument panel“ (screen)
    The picture below shows everything which the screen can display. What you actually
    see at any one time depends on what you are doing: whether timers are active,
    whether you are currently programming the transmitter, which type of vehicle you
    have selected, etc.
    A few examples are shown on this page.
    Number of
    Active
    model memory

    Menu
    symbols

    Text line 1
    Text line 2
    STV =
    Steering travel

    IT = Initial Throttle
    Brake 1

    STR =
    Steering TRim

    Brake 2

    Operating display
    Timer mode: OFF
    If no timer function is active, the first text line displays the
    model name you have entered. Text line 2 shows the
    transmitter battery voltage.

    BUGGY
    7.4V
    BATT

    Timer Mode: LAP
    The second text line shows the number of the lap on the lefthand side. To record the start and end of each lap you press the
    handle button G.

    BUGGY
    03 7.4V

    Timer-Mode: L+T (Laps + Time memory)
    In this mode the second text line shows the number of the lap
    on the left (in our example 03) and the time for the current lap
    on the right (in our example 28.3 sec).

    BUGGY
    03 28:3

    Timer-Mode: L+T+E (Laps + Time memory + Race duration)
    The first text line displays the total duration of the race (in our
    example 2 min. 36.5 sec). The second text line shows the
    number of laps and the time of the current lap, as in the
    previous example.

    2:36:5
    03 28:3

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    LAP

    BATT

    LAP

    LAP



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    Special case: battery alarm with timer active
    If one of the timer modes is active and the battery voltage falls to the alarm
    threshold, the screen displays the current lap time and the battery voltage and BATT
    warning, alternating at 2-second intervals.

    When you are changing settings
    G-CURV

    When you are changing the transmitter settings, the first text
    FT 87
    line shows the selected menu point (in our example: the
    throttle curve). On the left of the second text line you see the
    %
    parameter which you have selected with the help of the handle
    button (in our example full throttle). At bottom right the screen shows the current
    value (in our example 87%) above the % symbol

    The principle
    The five menu buttons on the PROFI CAR transmitter are the key to all set-up
    processes. The button symbols tell you which menu points you can access with each
    button.

    Menu
    button

    Menu function

    A

    TRIGGER
    Adjust everything which is concerned with the throttle, brake and
    automatic start function;
    on the PROFI CAR 707 it also includes TC (Traction Control) and ABS

    L

    STEERING
    Adjust the steering to suit the track / vehicle / driver
    Centre, travel, Dual Rates, Slow

    U

    TIMER
    Select the timer mode (T-mode), set nominal time / lap data
    Check and erase times

    T

    TOOLS
    Select the vehicle type
    Basic settings for servos, transmitter

    F

    MEMORY
    Switch, copy, assign name, erase

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    When you have found the menu point you want, you can continue by using the digiadjustor and the handle button.
    HANDLE BUTTON (HB)
    Select curve points
    Confirm erasure, ...
    DIGI-ADJUSTOR (DA)
    Set values (travels, times, ...)
    Select sub-menu points (if there is nothing to adjust)

    Press any menu button (except the one you last used) to return to the operating
    display.
    When the operating display is on the screen (i.e. you have finished making
    adjustments), the functions of the handle button and digit-adjustor are as follows:
    HANDLE BUTTON (HB)
    Operate timer functions
    Lock brake (PROFI CAR 707 only)
    DIGI-ADJUSTOR
    Adjust steering travel

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    Switching on for the first time
    1.1.

    Charging the transmitter battery (maximum charge current 1 A)

    First connect the charge lead (Order No. 12 5023) to the battery charger, then
    connect the charge lead to the transmitter.
    Charging the battery – important:
    • Automatic battery fuse
    The battery of your PROFI CAR features an integral thermal fuse which protects the
    battery from excessive currents if a short-circuit should occur.

    This transmitter must be used with a genuine MULTIPLEX battery
    fitted with this type of fuse!

    !

    If a short-circuit occurs and the fuse trips, the fuse element will reset itself about
    1 minute after the fault is corrected, and the unit will then work again normally.

    • Charging the battery - note:
    If you charge at the standard (slow) rate, no restrictions apply.
    If you fast-charge the battery using a charger with automatic termination, the charge
    current must not exceed 600 mA. Exceeding this rate may cause the thermal fuse to
    trip, and the charge process will be interrupted prematurely.

    1.2.

    Charging the receiver battery

    Observe the manufacturer’s notes on charging, as printed on the battery.
    Do not exceed the stated charge currents!
    1.3.

    Fitting the transmitter crystal

    Transmitter crystals have a blue sleeve and bear the code letter „S“ before the
    channel number. Ensure that the transmitter and receiver crystals are on the same
    channel.
    Plug the transmitter crystal into the RF module (see picture on page 2).
    Please be very careful when handling crystals:
    v
    v

    Don’t drop them
    Don’t force a crystal into its socket

    v

    Protect them from vibration in use and in storage

    1.4.

    Adjusting the trigger loop

    You can adjust the trigger loop to suit your finger size by loosening the screw in the
    trigger.
    CAUTION: don’t over-tighten the screw after making the adjustment, as this could
    loosen the nut pressed into the other side!
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    1.5.

    Testing the transmitter

    Now you can switch on the transmitter and a receiving system and generally try
    things out. All you need is a receiver, two servos connected to channels 1 and 2, and
    a battery. If you prefer to use an existing model car, make sure that the steering servo
    is connected to channel 1 and the throttle/brake servo to channel 2.
    Now you can continue with Section 2.

    2.

    Short and to the point

    In this section you will discover the five simple steps required to get your first model
    car „up to speed“. This is the procedure in brief:
    2.1
    2.2
    2.3
    2.4
    2.5

    Select the vehicle type
    Adjust the transmitter to suit the model (number of channels, ...)
    Set the servo norm, centre and travels
    Adjust the servos to suit the mechanical system in your model
    (the „S-NORM“ menu point includes direction of rotation)
    Adjust the steering

    set up to suit your
    Adjust the throttle

    personal preferences
    Adjust the brake

    and the track characteristics

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    2.1.

    Selecting the vehicle TYPE

    Selecting the vehicle TYPE determines the channels which are to be used to control
    your model.
    The PROFI CAR 403 offers the following options.
    TYPE

    Steering

    Throttle + Brake

    Special features
    EXPO on THROTTLE
    Switched channel for servo 3

    STAND

    e.g.
    electric car

    2+1 CH

    Servo
    1

    Servo
    2

    5-point curve for THROTTLE
    Switched channel for servo 3

    GP car
    Switched channels for servo 3 to 7
    EXPO on THROTTLE

    2+5 CH
    Truck
    The PROFI CAR 707 also includes:
    v

    ABS Advanced Braking System

    v
    v

    TC Traction Control
    and two new vehicle types:
    Steering

    Throttle/brake

    2 brake

    nd

    Special features

    4 CH

    Servo
    1+4

    Servo
    2

    Servo
    3

    2nd brake servo on channel 3
    5-point curve on THROTTLE
    no auxiliary channel

    TYPE

    Steering

    Throttle

    Brake

    Special features

    Servo
    1+5

    Servo
    2

    Servo
    3+4

    2 steering and 2 brake servos
    5-point curve on THROTTLE
    no auxiliary channel

    TYPE

    5 CH
    Profi

    For your first attempts we recommend that you select the vehicle type STAND
    (standard) or 2+1 CH.

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    This is the procedure:

    TYPE

    Search
    point

    for

    menu
    STAND
    2+1CH
    4CH
    5CH
    2+5CH

    Select type

    Confirm and
    terminate

    2.2.

    X Confirm. Beep

    Setting the servo norm,
    direction of rotation, travels and centre

    If you select STAND or 2+1 CH as the vehicle type, all you need to do is set up the
    servos: servo 1 „STEERING“ and servo 2 „THROTTLE/BRAKE“.

    S -NORM Search for menu point
    S-NORM
    2:
    MR

    Select servo
    Select norm / direction,
    check by moving trigger or
    steering wheel

    UN
    UR
    MN
    MR

    UNI normal
    UNI reverse
    MPX normal
    MPX reverse

    S -TRAV Search for menu point
    Select servo
    Example:
    Servo 2, centre –12%

    LA
    §

    Right, centre, left
    select by turning steering
    wheel
    (for servo 2 use trigger)
    then set using digi-adjustor

    S-TRAV
    2: • -12
    %
    Œ

    right

    0 – 100 %



    centre

    +/- 25 %

    L

    left

    0 – 100 %

    Press any button (except T ) to return to the operating display.

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    2.3.

    Adjusting STEERING

    L

    Steering settings:

    CENTR
    CENTR Servo centre (straight ahead)
    Minimum steering travel,
    TRAV
    DUAL
    SLOW
    EXPO

    - 50% to + 50%
    30% to 100%

    if set using digi-adjustor
    Auto Dual Rates
    DE = delay 0 to 5
    RT = reduced travel
    Retards steering movements
    Enter/exit turn separately

    Switch off with „DE = 0“
    50% to 100%
    0.0 sec to 1.0 sec
    +100% = soft
    -100% = hard

    Exponential steering curve

    §

    Use the L button to search for the menu point SLOW, EXPO, CENTR or
    TRAV
    Set the value you want using the digi-adjustor

    §

    Press any button (except L ) to return to the operating display.

    §

    2.4.

    Adjusting THROTTLE A

    You must set either a 2-point or 5-point throttle curve, depending on the vehicle
    type you have selected.
    For the STANDard and TRUCK vehicle types:
    2 point throttle curve with EXPO
    Idle
    LL
    Initial throttle =
    IT
    initial throttle value when trigger
    leaves deadband
    Full Throttle
    FT
    EXP

    Exponential throttle curve

    0% to 100%
    0% to 100%
    0% to 100%
    +100% = soft start
    -100% = hard start

    For the vehicle types „2+1 CH“, „4 CH“ and „5 CH“
    5-point throttle curve
    ID
    IT
    2T
    3T
    4T
    FT

    Range

    Default setting

    0% to 50 %

    15%

    0% to 100%

    30%

    Points on the throttle curve

    0% to 100%

    45%
    60%
    75%

    Full throttle

    0% to 100%

    100%

    Idle
    Initial throttle = initial throttle value
    when trigger leaves deadband

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    This is the procedure for setting the separate points on the throttle curve:
    §
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point T-CURV (throttle curve) using the A button
    Search for the point to be adjusted using the handle button G
    Set the value using the digi-adjustor

    §

    Press any button (except A ) to return to the operating display

    2.5.

    Adjusting BRAKE

    A

    The settings for the brake are the same for all vehicle types. EXPO is also available in
    all vehicle types.
    Point to be adjusted
    Engage Point =
    EP
    Brake setting when trigger leaves deadband
    Lock point
    LP

    EXP

    Range
    0% to 100%
    0% to 100%
    ±100%

    Exponential brake curve

    IF you set EXPO to +100% the brake is applied „gently“; at -100% the brake is applied
    hard. Setting EXPO to 0% switches exponential off.
    §

    §

    Search for the menu point BREMS1 (brake curve for the throttle/brake
    servo) using the A button.
    Search for the point to be adjusted (EP/LP/EXP)
    using the handle button G.
    Set the value you want using the digi-adjustor

    §

    Press any button (except A ) to return to the operating display

    §

    ü

    That’s all you need to do. It should now be possible to run your car
    and control it properly.

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    3.

    More about steering L

    The PROFI CAR provides the following facilities for adjusting the steering:


    Servo centre and servo travel {3.1} (T menu, menu point „S-TRAV“, servo 1)
    These facilities allow you to adjust the servo to suit the mechanical set-up in your
    model, and at the same time set the maximum steering travel and centre setting
    for accurate straight running.



    Steering CENTRE {3.3} (L menu, menu point „CENTRE“)
    In this part of the menu you can correct the car’s straight running. The steering
    trim also affects this value, and you can „automatically“ accept the trim value as
    the centre in this menu point.
    Steering TRAVEL {3.4} (L menu, menu point „TRAVEL“)
    At this point you can enter a value for the minimum steering travel which you
    can set using the digi-adjustor when the car is running. This avoids the danger of
    inadvertently setting such a low value that you suddenly run out of steering
    travel when you most need it. 30% is the minimum value.
    SLOW {3.5} (L menu, menu point „SLOW“)
    You can adjust the transit speed of the steering servo separately for entering
    turns „••“ and for exiting turns „••“.
    EXPO {3.6} (L menu, menu point „EXPO“)
    You may like to adjust the steering so that response to the wheel is more or less
    sensitive than normal around the centre setting. This is achieved by setting a
    value for EXPOnential.
    Auto Dual Rates (L menu, menu point „DUAL“)
    Dual Rates means reduced servo travel, and Auto Dual Rates means that the
    travel of the steering servo is reduced automatically when the throttle setting is
    increased. At full throttle steering travel is small, at idle steering travel is large.
    At the DUAL menu point you can
    1. set the value at which reduced steering travel (RT) takes effect
    2. set the delay (DE) which applies to the automatic travel reduction
    Increment size for steering travel and trim setting {3.2}
    (T menu, menu point „STEP“)
    Each movement of trim rocker A (steering centre) and of the digi-adjustor
    (steering travel) produces one increment of change; the step size can be set to
    any value between fine (1% increments) and coarse (10% increments).










    3.1.

    Adjusting the steering servo („T “ menu)

    You must adjust the servo to suit the mechanical set-up in your model before you
    alter the steering settings in the L menu. In more detail this means: setting the
    direction of rotation / and pulse width (norm) of the servo, and setting appropriate
    values for left ( ), straight ( ) and right.

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    The diagram on the right
    shows an example of the
    settings you can change in
    the „S-TRAV“ menu. The
    stated angles (0° / 45°) show
    the servo’s maximum physical travel. The adjustment
    points „L
    L “ and „Œ
    Œ “ indicate
    the maximum travel of the
    steering servo which the
    user has set. To adjust either
    of these points you have to
    turn the steering wheel in
    the corresponding direction.
    When the servo is at the „•
    • “ point you can adjust the servo setting for „straight“.
    In the „S-NORM“ menu point
    you can also set the direction of rotation for the servo, and choose between the
    MULTIPLEX and UNIVERSAL signal formats. MULTIPLEX norm means that the signal
    length (pulse width) for the centre setting is 1.6 ms, and the signal range is
    +/- 0.55 ms. The UNIVERSAL norm means that the servos operate on 1.5 ms +/-0.5 ms.
    This is the procedure:
    Search for menu

    S -NORM point

    S-NORM
    1:
    MR

    Select servo 1

    UN
    UR
    MN
    MR

    Select norm and
    direction of
    rotation

    UNI normal
    UNI reverse
    MPX normal
    MPX reverse

    Search for menu

    S -TRAV Point

    S-TRAV
    1: •- 3
    %

    Select servo 1

    L

    Select right, centre,
    left by rotating
    steering wheel,
    then set using digiadjustor

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    Œ

    right

    0 – 100 %



    centre

    +/- 25 %

    L

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    3.2.

    Adjusting the steering trim („T “ menu)

    The steering is trimmed using the trim rocker A. You
    can easily find this rocker „blind“ because its shape
    and fluted surface differentiate it from the other
    rockers
    You can use the steering trim to adjust the centre of
    the steering servo by 7 increments in each direction.
    Each step offsets the centre by at least 1% (fine) and
    at most 10% (coarse). You can select the size of the
    trim increments in the menu point STEP of the „*“
    menu. The default setting is 2%.
    The screen shows the current trim settings in the form of a vertical bar.

    T

    STEP

    Serrate for menu
    point
    Search for
    parameter
    STR =Steering TRim
    Set size of
    trim increment

    3.3.

    STEP
    STR 2
    %
    1 – 10%

    Adjusting the steering CENTRE, accepting the trim setting

    In this menu point you can do two things:
    v
    v

    L

    Set the steering servo centre within the range -50% and +50%, and
    accept the trim setting

    CENTRE Search for menu
    point

    CENTRE
    - 8
    %

    Set the centre
    (e.g.: -8%)

    > 3 sec

    Accept the trim
    setting as centre

    The current trim value is added to
    the centre, and then reset to zero.

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    Accepting the trim is a practical and useful facility. For example, if
    you suffer a „slight crash“ which knocks the basic setting out, you
    can quickly and simply regain the full trim range.
    The diagram on the right shows the screen display before and after
    accepting the trim setting. On the left the centre is offset by 3 steps,
    while on the right the setting has been accepted, and the trim
    display is back to centre. If you have selected, say, 3% as the trim
    increment when trimming the steering centre SC, this means that
    „CENTRE“ is offset by 9% (3 increments of 3%).

    3.4.

    Setting the minimum steering TRAVEL

    During a race you can alter the steering travel with the digi-adjustor, so that it is
    always accurately matched to the track you are using.
    Please note: this only works if the screen shows the operating display!
    The actual steering travel you have set is shown by the bar on the far right of
    the screen. In our example 2/3 of the maximum possible range is available
    between minimum and maximum.
    To avoid the possibility of reducing steering travel to zero, you can at this
    point set a value for the extent to which steering travel can be reduced using
    the digi-adjustor, i.e. you can fix the minimum steering travel. The
    adjustment range is 30% to 100%.

    L

    TRAVEL Search for

    TRAVEL
    72
    %

    menu point
    Set travel
    (e.g.: 72%)

    Range:
    Increment:
    Default setting:

    30% to 100%
    1% to 10%%
    44% travel
    2% increment

    ' TIP !
    Set the maximum steering travel by adjusting the basic mechanical set-up of the
    steering servo (see 3.1).
    Make adjustments in the „T“ menu, menu point „S-TRAVEL“, servo 1.

    ' TIP !
    The rate at which the digi-adjustor affects the steering travel is determined by the
    increment size.
    Make adjustments in the „T“ menu, menu point „STEP“, „STV“

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    3.5.

    SLOW

    SLOW retards the movement of the steering servo, and reduces the tendency for the
    steering system to oscillate when the load on the wheels is light, and the steering
    movements are rapid. The delay time is variable separately for „entering the turn“
    and „exiting the turn“ (returning to straight running), in both cases within the range
    0.1 to 1.0 sec.
    If you select the vehicle TYPE „5 CH“, with two steering servos, SLOW affects both
    servos simultaneously, as you would expect.

    L

    SLOW

    Search for menu
    point
    e.g.: 0,7 sec for
    “exit curve”

    SLOW
    ••
    0.7

    Search for
    parameter

    ••

    enter curve

    ••

    exit curve

    Set time

    3.6.

    Range:
    Increment:
    Default setting:

    0,0 to 1,0 sec
    0,1 sec
    0,0 sec

    EXPO

    EXPO affects the steering response of your model car. If you set a positive value (e.g.
    +50%), the steering travel around the centre is reduced, making it easier to steer the
    model on straight stretches at high speeds.
    A negative EXPO value produces the opposite effect, making the steering response
    more direct around centre.

    L

    3.7.

    EXPO

    Search for menu
    point
    e.g.: +70%

    EXPO
    70
    %

    Adjust EXPO

    Range:
    -100% to 100%
    Increment:
    5%
    Default setting:
    0%

    Auto Dual Rates for steering

    The effect of Auto Dual Rates is to produce an automatic reduction in steering travel
    when you open the throttle (see 2.7.1.).
    It is also possible to program a delay in the speed with which the automatic travel
    reduction is applied, to ensure that short bursts of throttle don’t produce an
    unwanted reduction in steering response (see 2.7.2.).
    This function can be disabled by setting the delay value DE to „0“.
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    3.7.1.

    Reduced Travel RT at full throttle

    DUAL

    Search for the menu point „DUAL“ using the L
    RT
    57
    button
    %
    §
    Search for RT with the handle button G
    §
    Use the digi-adjustor to set the value you want within the range 50% to
    100% (example: 57%).
    Finally you must set the delay DE (see next section) to a value within the range 1 to 5.
    §

    3.7.2.
    Auto Dual Rate delay
    The delay can be set to any of 5 values. Set DE = 0 to switch the
    function off.
    §
    §
    §

    DUAL
    DE

    2
    Search for the menu point „DUAL“ with the L button
    Search for DE using the handle button G
    The value can now be set within the range 0 and 5 using the digi-adjustor
    (example: 2).

    ' TIP !
    Before you go onto the track, check the effect of your Auto Dual Rates settings with
    the model in the pits (set the steering to full travel, then open the throttle).

    3.8.

    The second steering servo (PROFI CAR 707 only)

    At present two steering servos are generally used in models where one servo alone
    cannot produce the power required. The two servos are mechanically connected,
    and must be synchronised perfectly to avoid them counteracting each other.
    You can use two steering servos (on channels 1 and 5) if you select the vehicle type
    „5 CH“ on the PROFI CAR 707 transmitter.

    ! IMPORTANT: all settings in the „L “ menu apply to both servos !
    The two servos should be adjusted to suit the model’s mechanical set-up; this is done
    in the menu points „S-NORM“ and „S-TRAV“ of the „T“ menu. You can compensate
    for any differences between the two servos by making adjustments in the menu
    point „S-TRAV“.

    ' TIP !
    If you wish to alter the servo norm or travel, disconnect the mechanical link between
    the two servos first to avoid the danger of placing an unnecessary strain on the
    servos.

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    4.

    More about THROTTLE

    A

    The PROFI CAR also has plenty of interesting facilities to offer for throttle:
    v
    v

    2-point throttle curve with EXPO, or 5-point throttle curve
    Automatic Start

    v
    v

    TC (traction control) PROFI CAR 707 only!
    Separate throttle servo PROFI CAR 707 only!

    To help you understand:
    The diagram on the right shows
    which servo settings are assigned
    to the individual points on the
    throttle-brake curve.
    Between the points Initial Throttle
    IT and Full Throttle FT the setting of
    the throttle servo is proportional to
    the position of the trigger.
    At the idle setting (ID) the servo
    does not move, provided that the
    trigger stays within the deadband {variable: see 9.1}. As soon as the throttle trigger
    moves into the working range, the throttle servo jumps to the Initial Throttle position
    IT.

    4.1.

    2-point throttle curve with EXPO

    The two-point throttle curve is generally adequate for electric-powered model cars.
    With the help of the EXPO facility you can easily set up a throttle response curve
    which gives you just the feeling of control you prefer.
    Use the menu button A to locate the throttle curve, and the handle button G to
    select the individual points on the curve. The advantage of this system is that you
    don’t actually have to apply full throttle in order to adjust the full throttle point.
    The diagram on the right shows the
    correlation between the trigger move-met
    and the servo travel in graphic form.
    The area with the grey background is the
    deadband. As long as the trigger stays within
    this range, the throttle/brake servo stays at
    the idle setting IDL.
    Between the two points Initial Throttle IT and
    Full Throttle FT the throttle curve is linear assuming that you have set EXPO to 0%. The
    dotted lines show how EXPO affects the throttle curve
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    This is the procedure:

    A

    G -CURV Search for menu
    point

    Search for point on
    throttle curve
    e.g.: Initial Throttle
    35%

    ID Idle
    IT Initial Throttle
    FT Full Throttle
    EXP EXPO

    Set the value

    4.2.

    G-CURV
    IT
    35
    %

    5-point throttle curve

    The main advantage of the 5-point
    throttle curve is to set up a
    response curve which compensates
    for the characteristics of the
    carburettor of an internal combustion engine. Between the two
    points Initial Throttle IT and Full
    Throttle FT there are three further
    points which you can set to the
    values you find best.
    The settings are adjusted using the
    same procedure as described for
    the 2-point throttle curve in the
    preceding section 4.1.
    The brake curve is the same for all
    vehicle types.

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    4.3.

    Automatic Start

    The automatic start facility triggers a series of special functions once only at the start
    of the race. The automatic start function must first be activated in the * menu. It can
    be initiated (triggered) in two ways, depending on the vehicle TYPE you have
    selected: either by the action of opening the throttle for the first time, or by pressing
    the handle button at the same time.
    When you activate the automatic start function, the following happens:
    • All vehicle types: the timer and lap counter are set to starting values.


    Vehicle type STAND (standard) and 2+5 CH:
    The throttle curve is altered for the start
    phase. You will find the start value as „IT+“ in
    the menu point „T-CURV“. The value which
    you set here increases (or decreases if you
    prefer) the „normal“ initial throttle setting.
    However, this change only applies until the
    initial start phase is finished (see below).
    When the automatic start function is
    triggered, the throttle response follows curve
    Œ. If you stay within the working range of the automatic start function, with your
    finger on the trigger, the throttle moves to a fixed setting. This setting can be
    fine-tuned to suit your vehicle exactly. When you move the trigger into the
    deadband, or above the Initial Throttle setting as increased using the „IT+“ value,
    the throttle response reverts to curve •.



    Vehicle type 2+1 CH, 4 CH and 5 CH:
    In the vehicle types which feature a 5-point
    throttle curve the „addition to Initial
    Throttle“ is effective over the first four
    points of the throttle curve, as shown in
    curve ΠOn this curve the automatic start
    function continues in effect until the
    throttle trigger exceeds point 4 on the
    throttle curve (i.e. in the direction of full
    throttle), or if the trigger is moved into the
    deadband. From this moment the throttle
    response reverts to curve •.

    4.3.1.

    '

    Setting the „addition“ for Initial Throttle „IT+“

    TIP ! The setting for „IT+“ can only be changed when the
    automatic start function is active.
    §
    Search for the menu point „START“ using the A button.
    §
    Switch the function „ON“ using the digi-adjustor.
    You will now see the TRIGGER symbol flashing at the top
    left of the screen.
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    §
    §
    §

    Proceed to „T-CURV“ using the A button.
    Search for the „IT+“ value using the handle button G.
    Set the value you want using the digi-adjustor.
    In the example shown on the right the set value is 16%.

    G-CURV
    IT+ 16
    %

    If you move back to the operating display by pressing any menu button (except A ),
    the top line of the screen will alternate between the model name and „START“.

    ' TIP !
    The automatic start function can only be triggered when the operating display is on
    the screen
    4.3.2.
    Initiating the automatic start function using the trigger
    This works with all vehicle types. When the trigger is moved from the deadband in
    the direction of full throttle for the first time, the following things happen:
    §
    §

    The timer and lap counter start running, and are shown on the screen (varies
    according to the selected timer mode).
    The set „addition“ for initial throttle comes into force (see 4.3.1.).

    Once the automatic start is initiated, only the model name appears on the screen.
    4.3.3.
    Initiating the automatic start function with the handle button or trigger
    If your model is equipped with separate servos for throttle and brake (vehicle types
    „3+1 CH“ and „5 CH“), there are two methods of starting:
    §
    §
    §

    Lock the brake by pressing the handle button G. Now you can blip the
    throttle, and the car will not roll away.
    When you release the handle button G the car will start - provided that the
    trigger is not in the deadband.
    If the trigger is in the deadband (idle) you can release the brake (handle
    button). You can then start the car by squeezing the trigger, as described
    below.

    4.3.4.
    Terminating the automatic start phase
    When the start phase ends, the program switches off the addition to the initial
    throttle setting „IT+“, and the throttle response reverse to the „normal“ curve (2 or 5
    points)..
    §
    §

    If a 2-point throttle curve is in use, the start phase ends when you move the
    trigger to the deadband (idle), or when the throttle trigger exceeds the value
    determined by Initial Throttle and IT+.
    If you have set a 5-point throttle curve, the start phase ends when you move
    the trigger into the deadband, or when the throttle trigger exceeds the
    fourth point on the throttle curve „4T“.

    The correlation between these values is illustrated in the diagrams in Section 4.3,
    termed the „automatic start function working range“.
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    4.4.

    TC = traction control (PROFI CAR 707 only)

    Traction Control is a variant of the SLOW function applied to THROTTLE, in this case
    only working when you open the throttle. When you close the throttle, the servo (or
    speed controller) responds normally, i.e. without any delay.
    Traction Control prevents the wheels spinning during acceleration on a smooth
    track. In the case of electric cars TC reduces current drain, because the motor is
    controlled more „gently“.
    There are two parameters to be set for Traction Control:
    1.

    T

    = Time, between 0 and 2.0 sec
    Time factor for retarding the throttle servo

    2.

    ACC

    = Acceleration, between 0 and 10
    works in a similar way to EXPO

    The diagram on the right shows
    how you can imagine the effect of
    the TC function.
    We will assume that you want the
    throttle to move from the ACTUAL
    position to the NOMINAL position
    (see labels on graph), because you
    have moved the trigger slightly in
    the direction of full throttle.
    Without TC this change takes place
    at a rate determined by the servo’s
    transit speed (see curve 1).
    If you set the parameter T (= time) for Traction Control to the maximum value 2.0, the
    movement of the servo is retarded, but the line of the graph remains linear (curve 2).
    If we now add a little ACC to the mix, we obtain the desired line as shown by curve 3.
    Initially the throttle opens slowly (thereby preventing the wheels spinning), but the
    rate of opening then increases steadily. This set-up shortens the total duration of the
    servo’s movement, but without losing the advantage of the „gentle“ start-up.
    This is the procedure:
    §
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point TC using the A button.
    Select T or ACC using the handle button G.
    Set the value you want using the digi-adjustor.

    Press any menu button (except

    A ) to return to the operating display.

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    5.

    More about BRAKE

    The PROFI CAR offers the following brake functions:
    v

    2-point brake curve with EXPO {see 5.1}

    v
    v

    ABS Advanced Braking System (PROFI CAR 707 only)
    Second brake servo (PROFI CAR 707 only)

    To help you understand:
    The diagram on the right shows the
    servo positions which correspond
    to the individual points on the
    throttle-brake curve.
    Between the engage point EP and
    the locking point LP the servo
    responds proportionally to the
    movement of the trigger.
    At the idle position IDL the servo
    does not move, as long as the
    trigger stays within the deadband {variable: see 9.1}. As soon as the trigger is moved
    into the „brake“ working range, the servo jumps to the Engage Point EP.

    5.1.

    Two-point brake curve with EXPO

    Use the menu button A to locate the brake curve. The individual points on the
    curve are selected using the handle button
    The diagram on the right illustrates the
    correlation between the trigger movement
    and the servo travel in graphic form.
    The area with the grey background is the
    deadband. If the trigger stays within this
    range, the throttle/brake servo stays at the
    idle position IDL.
    Between the engage point EP and the
    locking point LP the brake curve is linear a
    assuming that you have set EXPO to 0%. The dotted lines show how EXPO alters the
    brake curve.

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    This is the procedure:

    A

    BRAKE1
    BRAKE1 Search for menu
    point

    Search for point on
    brake curve
    Example:
    Engage point 27%

    BRAKE1
    EP
    27
    %

    IDL Idle
    -50% to +50%
    EP Engage point
    OFF or

    Set value

    1 – 100%

    LP Lock Pint
    EXP EXPO

    0 – 100%
    ± 100%

    ! If you are using a combined throttle/brake servo (all vehicle types except „5 CH“),
    the idle point „IDL“ exists on the throttle curve as well as the brake curve

    5.2.

    Trimming the Lock Point LP using rocker D

    The lock point of the brake normally changes
    during a race, so it is helpful to be able to
    compensate for that change. This is done by means
    of trim rocker D. Rocker D affects the lock point of
    the THROTTLE/BRAKE servo (servo 2) or servo 3 (first
    brake servo) of the vehicle types 3+1 CH and 5 CH.
    The brake trim allows you to adjust the lock point by
    7 increments in each direction. Each increment
    offsets the lock point by at least 1% (fine) and at
    most 10% (coarse). You can select the size of the
    trim increments in the menu point „STEP“ of the „T“ menu.
    The default setting is 2%.

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    The current trim setting is indicated on the screen by a vertical bar. In the example on
    the right the lock point of the first brake servo has been offset in the direction of
    „stronger braking effect“ by 3 trim increments.

    T

    STEP

    Search for menu
    point
    Select parameter
    LP = Lock Point
    Set size of
    trim increment

    STEP
    LP 78
    %
    1 – 10%

    ' TIP !
    If you have a second brake servo (vehicle type „5 CH“), the increment size you select
    applies to both trim rockers (B and D).

    5.3.

    ABS = Advanced Braking System (PROFI CAR 707 only)

    In the model car racing field ABS corresponds to an intermittent brake: instead of
    being applied constantly, the brake is applied then released again continually at
    short intervals. This method of braking keeps the vehicle on line better, making it
    easier to steer under heavy braking.
    In the PROFI CAR the ABS function is activated automatically when the steering
    deflection exceeds a variable threshold (TH = threshold point).

    ' TIP !
    If you set the threshold point to 0%, ABS is effective all the time.
    This allows you to try out its effect on a straight stretch of track.

    A

    ABS

    ABS
    AB

    Search for menu
    point

    3
    %

    Select parameter

    TH threshold point 0 – 50%
    EF Effect
    0–4

    Set value

    Effect
    0
    OFF
    1
    soft
    ...
    4
    hard

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    5.4.

    Braking with more than one servo (PROFI CAR 707 only)

    If you have chosen the „4 CH“ or „5 CH“ vehicle type, you can use two brake servos;
    this allows you to control the brakes for the front and rear axles separately.
    In vehicle type „4 CH“ you have:
    v servo 2 for throttle/brake (rear wheels)
    v servo 3 for the second brake (front wheels)
    In vehicle type „5 CH“ you have:
    v servo 2 for throttle alone
    v
    v

    servo 3 for the first brake (rear wheels)
    servo 4 for the second brake (front wheels)

    When you select one of these vehicle types, you can adjust the brakes using the „A “
    menu, where you will find the menu points „BRAKE1“ and „BRAKE2“, both of which
    feature the same parameters (idle ID, engage point EP, lock point LP and EXPO).

    ! Setting of the brake servos when you open the throttle:

    If a combined throttle/brake servo is connected to channel 2, the servo responds to
    the throttle and brake commands, but if there is a separate brake servo (servo 3 or 4),
    it only moves when the trigger is moved into the brake range. As soon as you open
    the throttle, these servos jump to a fixed position which we can term „brake fully off“.
    The servo position for „brake fully off“ can be set for servos 3 and 4 in the menu point
    „S-TRAV“ within the „T“ menu. To be able to change this value you must hold the
    trigger in the throttle range. You will see the symbol „L“ on the screen.

    ' TIP !
    Brake engaged when the trigger is in the deadband (finger relaxed):
    If you want the brakes in
    your model car to
    operate in this way, you
    must set the engage
    point to 0. Instead of the
    0 you will then see „OFF“
    on the screen. If the
    brake servo is programmed in this way it will
    behave as shown in the
    diagram at far right. The
    servo no longer jumps to
    the engage point when
    the trigger is moved out of the deadband.

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    The lock points for the two brake servos can be
    trimmed using the rockers B and D (see picture). We
    have selected these particular rockers so that you
    can easily remember the assignment:
    front rocker
    è front brake
    rear rocker
    è rear brake

    B

    D

    This is the procedure:

    A

    BRAKE1 Search for menu
    BRAKE2 point
    BRAKE2
    LP
    82
    %

    Select the brake
    curve
    Example:
    Lock point 82%

    IDL Idle
    -50% to +50%
    EP Engage Point

    Set value

    0 (OFF) to 100%

    LP Lock Point
    EXP EXPO
    Press any menu button (except

    0 to 100%

    A ) to return to the operating display.

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    Timers and lap counters º 00

    6.

    The PROFI CAR (403 and 707) offers the following facilities for timing and lap
    counting:
    v

    v

    v
    v

    v

    Operating time
    This timer can be reset to zero in the „T “ menu. It is used to record the
    operating time of the transmitter battery or the transmitter itself. This timer
    always runs when the transmitter is switched on.
    Nominal lap time
    For practising you can set a „nominal time“ (target time) for a single lap. The
    transmitter gives an audible signal to let you know whether you were faster
    or slower than the set time.
    Race duration
    You can enter the race duration in the form of a number of laps or a set time.
    The transmitter alerts you to the start of the last lap with an audible signal.
    Memory for 50 lap times
    Once you have selected the appropriate operating mode (timer mode), you
    can „stop“ lap times with the handle button G . The transmitter’s memory
    can store up to 50 lap times, and the times are retained even when you
    switch off the transmitter or replace the battery.
    Total race time
    A special memory (on-screen symbol „–“) is available as a stopwatch for the
    entire race.

    You can select the following menu points using the U button:

    T -MODE
    OPTIME
    ERASE
    TIMES
    T -NOM
    DURA
    6.1.

    Timer mode

    6.1

    Check transmitter operating time
    Erase lap counter, time memory, nominal time,
    race duration (time and lap count) and operating time
    Check lap time memory

    6.5

    Enter the nominal time for a lap

    6.3

    Enter the race duration as a time or No. of laps

    6.4

    6.6
    6.2

    Timer mode

    There are three different modes of operation for the timer. The fourth possible mode
    is to switch off the timer functions entirely (T-MODE: OFF).
    Mode
    Effect
    All timer functions switched off
    OFF

    LAPS
    L+T
    L+T+D

    Lap counter active
    Lap counter + lap time memory active
    Lap counter + lap times + race duration
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    The timer mode can be set differently for each model memory.
    This is the procedure:
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point T-MODE using º
    Select the mode using the digi-adjustor

    Press any menu button (except º ) to return to the operating display.

    6.2.

    Lap time memory

    The transmitter can store up to 50 lap times and call them up again. When a new lap
    is completed, all the lap times already recorded are shifted back by one place. When
    the lap memory is full, the oldest value is always erased to make room for the new
    one.
    §
    §

    The time memory „–“ contains the overall time of the last race.
    The time memory 01 contains the last recorded lap time.

    This memory stores all lap times, regardless of the model you are using for that race.
    This could mean that you lose track of different races when leafing through the
    times, so the screen always shows the number of the model memory associated with
    the recorded time.

    º
    02
    Time memory No. 7

    TIMES
    07 17:9

    Model used for the lap
    time displayed
    Lap time in sec.

    LAP

    End of lap = start of new lap:
    A short press on the handle button triggers four functions:
    §
    the lap counter LAP is increased by 1,
    §
    the timing of the current lap halts,
    §
    the measured lap time is stored in the transmitter’s memory, and
    §
    the timing of the next lap starts.
    End of race:
    If you hold the handle button G pressed in for longer than 2 seconds, a long beep
    sounds to signal that the transmitter has stopped timing and counting laps.
    Calling up recorded lap times:
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point TIMES using the º button.
    Leaf through the timer memory 01 to 50 using the digi-adjustor.
    „-“is the fifty-first memory containing the total race time.

    Press any menu button (except

    º ) to return to the operating display.
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    6.3.

    Setting the nominal time T-NOM

    You can enter a nominal time T-NOM for a lap, so that you can check your practice
    times against the set value. The maximum variable time is 1 min. 59.9 sec.
    When you finish a lap (short press on the handle button
    informs you of the result:

    G), an audible signal

    X

    1 short beep = lap time equal to or lower than nominal lap

    X X X

    3 short beeps = lap time longer than nominal lap

    This is the procedure for setting the nominal time:
    §
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point T-NOM using the º button
    Alter the flashing number with the digi-adjustor
    Press the handle button G to move to the next digit

    Press any menu button (except

    6.4.

    º ) to return to the operating display.

    Setting the race duration (timer mode 3 only

    For practice purposes you can set a race duration, determined either by a particular
    number of laps or by a particular time.
    6.4.1.
    Race duration by laps
    You can enter the number of laps to be run (max. 99) in the
    menu point DURA, LAP. In the example on the right the set
    number of laps is 17.

    DURA
    LAP 17

    The start of the race is initiated by the automatic start function, or by pressing the
    handle button. At the end of each lap you have to press the handle button, to signal
    to the transmitter that a lap is finished, that lap timing should begin again, and that
    the lap time should be stored.
    The transmitter produces the following audible signals:
    X X X

    X

    3 short beeps at the start of the last lap
    1 longer beep at the end of the race

    6.4.2.
    Race duration by time
    You can enter the race duration (max. 1 hour 59 min.) in the
    menu point DURA, T. In the example on the right the set time is
    12 minutes.

    DURA
    T
    0:12

    The start of the race is initiated by the automatic start function or by pressing the
    handle button. At the end of each lap you have to press the handle button to signal
    to the transmitter that a lap is finished, that lap timing should begin again, and that
    the lap time should be stored.
    The transmitter produces the following audible signals:
    X X X

    3 short beeps at the start of the last round

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    The transmitter can only produce this signal if your car has completed at least six
    laps. The transmitter computes the average time for the last six laps, then calculates
    whether a further full lap can be completed in the time remaining to the end of the
    race. If not, the 3-beep signal is given. When you next press the handle button the
    transmitter stops the timing process.
    This is the procedure:
    §
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point DURA using the º button
    Select T (time) or LAP (laps) with the handle button G
    Alter the value using the digi-adjustor

    Press any menu button (except

    6.5.

    º ) to return to the operating display.

    Checking the transmitter’s operating time

    This menu point can only be used to check the operating time.
    To erase the data you must proceed to the ERASE menu point.
    §

    Select the menu point OPER using the º button
    The time is displayed in hours and minutes.

    Press any menu button (except

    6.6.

    OPTIME
    6:17

    º ) to return to the operating display.

    Erasing the timer ERASE

    This menu point can be used to erase the following times (or settings):
    Item

    L+T
    NOM
    DURA
    OPTIME

    this value is erased (reset to 0):
    The lap counter and all time memories
    Set nominal lap time
    Time and lap count for the race duration
    Operating time

    This is the procedure:
    §
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point ERASE using the º button
    M Use the digi-adjustor to select the item you wish to erase
    Hold the handle button G pressed in for longer than 3 sec to erase the data

    Press any menu button (except

    º ) to return to the operating display.

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    Model memories 1

    7.

    The model memories are used to store all the settings which you have entered for a
    particular vehicle. These settings include:
    v
    v
    v

    Modulation (FM/AM)
    Servo direction, signal format, centre, travels
    Settings for throttle, brake and steering

    v Timer settings
    v Trim settings
    The information in the active model memory is updated when you switch off the
    transmitter or switch to a different memory.
    v PROFI CAR 403
    6 model memories
    v PROFI CAR 707 12 model memories
    The memory space available is generous, and the spare memories can be exploited
    to experiment with copying model data, or trying out different settings for a
    particular race track.

    7.1.

    Switching to a different model memory

    §
    §

    Search for the menu point GO TO using the 1 button
    03
    Select the target memory with the digi-adjustor
    The screen shows the name, memory number and trim
    GO TO
    settings.
    STAMP
    §
    Hold the handle button G pressed in for longer than
    3 sec to effect the switch.
    A long beep confirms the switch, and the screen reverts to the operating display.

    7.2.

    Copying

    §
    §

    Search for the menu point COPY using the 1 button
    05
    Select the target memory with the digi-adjustor
    Number
    KOPIE
    Name
    BUGGY2
    §
    Hold the handle button G pressed in for longer than
    3 sec to confirm the copy.
    The copy process is carried out, and the operating display re-appears. At the same
    time the transmitter switches to the memory which you selected as destination for
    the copy. The copy process copies the name as well as all the settings (but not the
    trims). The previous contents of the target memory are overwritten by the new data.

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    7.3.

    Entering the model name

    Six letters, numbers or symbols, are available for the model name. The following
    characters can be used:
    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ-0123456789
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point NAME using the 1 button
    The first character flashes, and can be changed using
    NAME
    the digi-adjustor.
    MIRAGE
    §
    Press the handle button G to move on to the next
    character, and from the last back to the first again.
    Press any menu button (except 1) to return to the operating display.

    7.4.

    Erasing

    There are two methods of erasing the contents of a model memory.
    VALUES (just erases the variable values)
    In this case erasing means: the values are reset to the
    default settings corresponding to the selected vehicle
    type.
    The vehicle type, model name, servo norm, direction,
    travels, and AM/FM selection are not erased

    1.

    ALL (erases all data)
    This option resets the model memory completely to the
    default settings. These include:
    The vehicle type STAND (standard) Servo travels 100%

    2.

    ERASE
    VALUES

    ERASE
    ALL

    §
    Search for the menu point ERASE using the 1 button
    §
    Select the VALUE or ALL option using the digi-adjustor
    §
    Hold the handle button G pressed in for longer than 3 seconds to confirm.
    Press any menu button (except 1 ) to return to the operating display.

    7.5.

    Reverting to the PREVious state

    Any changes which you make to the settings for a particular model are not stored
    permanently until you switch off the transmitter or switch to a different model. As a
    result it is possible to switch back to the previous settings, and this is the menu point
    you use. You can reverse any changes which you have carried out
    v

    since you last switched memory, and/or

    v since you last switched on the transmitter
    This is a very useful option, as it makes it safe and easy to „try something out“.
    §
    Search for the menu point „PREV“ using the 1 button
    PREV
    §
    Hold the handle button G pressed in for longer than
    3 seconds to confirm the function.
    Press any menu button (except 1 ) to return to the operating
    display.
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    8.

    Driving trucks

    An outstanding feature of the PROFI CAR is that you can use it to control complex
    trucks which feature auxiliary functions. The vehicle type „2+5 CH“ makes available a
    further 5 auxiliary channels in addition to the two primary channels of steering and
    throttle/brake. The additional channels are controlled by means of the trim rockers
    (except for A - steering trim), the digi-adjustor and the
    handle button.
    The picture on the right shows the assignment of the
    rockers to the auxiliary channels 3, 4 and 5. The
    steering trim rocker retains its function.

    4
    5

    3

    The digi-adjustor controls channel 6.
    Each of the auxiliary channels 3 to 6 can be operated in three different ways or
    control modes.
    v PR
    proportional (25 steps)
    v FL
    Flashing
    v 3ST
    3 stages (left, centre, right)
    The screen shot here shows the settings for the
    auxiliary channels. Servo 3 is at centre, servos 4 and 5
    are at their end-points. Servo 6 is proportionally
    controlled and is about 8 steps away from centre.
    The trim setting for the steering remains in the same
    position on the screen.
    When you first select the vehicle type „2+5 CH“ for a
    model memory, all the auxiliary channels default to
    the control mode „3ST“.
    You can adjust the travel and centre for these functions in the menu point „S-TRAV“
    of the T menu (see 8.3).
    These are the options for controlling the auxiliary channels 3 to 6:
    §
    Control mode „PR“ (proportional)
    Every time you press the associated rocker, the servo position alters by one
    increment or step, and the maximum number of steps is 25. The digiadjustor controls servo 6 in a similar way.
    §
    Control mode „FL“ (flashing)
    The term „flashing“ means that the servo switches from centre to one endpoint every 0.5 sec. You can switch the flashing on and off by pressing the
    associated rocker briefly. The digi-adjustor controls servo 6 in a similar way.

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    §

    Control mode „3ST“ (3 stages)
    In this mode the servo switches between centre and one end-point when
    you briefly press the same side of the associated rocker. If you press the
    other side of the rocker briefly, the servo switches immediately to the
    opposite end-point. The digi-adjustor controls servo 6 in a similar way.
    We recommend that you simply try out the different control modes with a servo.
    Special case: channel 7 is controlled by the handle button G.
    Channel 7 can only be used in the control mode „2ST“ (2 stages). When you press the
    handle button, servo 7 runs to its second position, and stays there until you release
    the button. The position of servo 7 is not shown on the screen.
    You can adjust both servo positions in the menu point „S-TRAV“
    of the menu T (see 8.3).

    8.1.

    Selecting the model type 2+5 CH (truck)

    If you just want to experiment with this option for a while, switch to a vacant model
    memory (menu point „GO TO“).
    §
    Search for the menu point „TYPE“ using the T button.
    §
    Select „2+5 CH“ using the digi-adjustor.
    • Hold the handle button G pressed in for longer than 3 seconds to confirm your
    selection.
    Press any menu button (except T ) to return to the operating display.

    !
    8.2.

    If you use the vehicle type „2+5 CH“ (TRUCK), no timer functions are available,
    although you can still check the transmitter’s operating time.

    Setting the control mode for the auxiliary channels
    (menu point „S-NORM“)

    The control modes for the auxiliary channels are located in the same part of the
    menu where you set the signal format and direction of servo rotation.
    §
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point „S-NORM“ using the T button.
    Search for the servo you wish to adjust using the handle button G .
    Use the digi-adjustor to select one of the control modes PRoportional,
    FLashing or 3STages.

    Press any menu button (except

    T ) to return to the operating display.

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    8.3.

    Adjusting travel and centre of the auxiliary channels
    (menu point „S-TRAV“)

    The steering wheel is used to select the servo position to be adjusted for the auxiliary
    channels.
    §
    Search for the menu point „S-TRAV“ using the „T “ button.
    §
    Search for the servo you wish to adjust using the handle button G.
    §
    Use the steering wheel to select left (L), centre (•) or right (Œ)
    §
    Change the setting using the digi-adjustor.
    Press any menu button (except

    8.4.

    T ) to return to the operating display.

    Truck steering and throttle/brake

    The method of setting up these functions is exactly the same as with all other vehicle
    types (see 1.3 to 1.5).

    The “toolbox” T

    9.

    The „toolbox“ is opened with the T button, and in it you will find:
    v All the settings which apply to the transmitter generally
    When you select one of these settings, the screen displays the symbol „*“ instead of
    the memory number. This is intended to remind you that the setting you have
    chosen applies to the transmitter as a whole, and not to a specific model memory.
    These settings are: user’s name, trigger deadband, display language, battery alarm
    threshold, and confirmation beep ON/OFF.
    The following parameters can be set for each model memory individually:
    v Vehicle type
    v
    v
    v

    Modulation (AM or FM)
    Base settings for the servos („S-NORM“ and „S-TRAV“)
    Increment (step) size for the trims and the digi-adjustor

    Section 9 describes all the adjustment facilities which have not yet been covered.

    9.1.

    Adjusting the trigger deadband („T “ menu, DEADB)

    The deadband for the trigger functions prevents the throttle or brake responding
    when you simply touch the trigger (or even just shake or disturb the transmitter). The
    throttle would then jump from Idle ID to Initial Throttle IT, and the brake from „off“
    (corresponding to the servo’s idle position) to the Engage Point EP.
    The default setting for the deadband is 5%, but you can set it to any value within the
    range 2% to 20%, depending on how „nervous“ your trigger finger is.
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    This is the procedure:
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point „DEADB“ using the „T “ button.
    Adjust the deadband with the digi-adjustor.

    Press any menu button (except

    9.2.

    T ) to return to the operating display.

    Switching between AM and FM („T “ menu, AM-FM)

    One absolute innovation on the PROFI CAR system is the ability to use the transmitter
    with AM (amplitude modulation) receivers as well as FM receivers (frequency
    modulation) without changing the RF module. You can decide which modulation is
    to be used for each model memory in the menu point AM-FM.
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point „AM-FM“ using the „T “ button.
    Select the modulation which matches the receiver in your model using the
    digi-adjustor.

    Press any menu button (except T ) to return to the operating display.

    9.3.

    Entering the owner’s name („T “ menu, NAME)

    You can customise your transmitter by entering a name consisting of 6 characters,
    and this will appear briefly on the screen when you switch on the transmitter. The
    following characters are available:
    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ-0123456789
    §
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point „NAME“ using the „T “ button.
    The first character flashes, and you can change it using the digi-adjustor.
    Press the handle button G to move on to the next character, and also from
    the last character back to the first.

    Press any menu button (except

    9.4.

    T ) to return to the operating display.

    Selecting the display language („T “ menu, TEXT)

    The five optional languages for the screen display are:
    GER=German, ENGL=English, FRANCE=French, ITAL=Italian, ESPAN=Spanish
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point „TEXT“ using the „T “ button.
    Use the digi-adjustor to select ENGL (English)

    Press any menu button (except

    9.5.

    T ) to return to the operating display.

    Setting the battery alarm threshold („T “ menu, ALARM)

    The threshold for the battery alarm can be set to any value within the range 6.80 V to
    7.20 V in increments of 0.05 V. The default alarm threshold is 6.80 V.
    The higher you set the threshold, the more reserve time you have between the alarm
    sounding and the transmitter giving up the ghost
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    This is the procedure:
    §
    §

    Search for the menu point „ALARM“
    using the „T “ button.
    Set the alarm threshold to any value in the range 6.80 V
    to 7.20 V in increments of 0.05 V.

    ALARM
    6.80V
    BATT

    Press any menu button (except T ) to return to the operating display.

    10.

    Tips on installing the receiving system in the model

    There is usually very little scope for altering the arrangement of the receiving system
    in a model car, but please take particular care over positioning and deploying the
    receiver aerial.
    The following points are particularly important:
    • Keep the receiver as far as possible away from
    - electric motors
    - electrical ignition systems
    - servos
    - batteries
    - cables (especially high-current leads)
    • Deploy the aerial in as straight a line as possible, and run it out of the model by
    the shortest possible route, arranging it vertically upwards.
    • If you are obliged to shorten the aerial, note that the minimum length is 40 cm!
    • Never wind up the aerial or leave it coiled inside the model.
    • Do not deploy the aerial inside carbon fibre model components, and don’t stick or
    tape it on top of any component which is reinforced with carbon fibre (shielding
    effect).
    • Protect the receiver from vibration
    (wrap it in foam and stow it loosely in the model)

    ' TIP ! If your model is powered by an electric motor:
    Separate the receiving system from the power system by as large a distance as
    possible, as the high currents in the power circuit can produce interference. Ensure
    that all electric motors are effectively suppressed.
    With electric models it is wise to carry out a particularly thorough range check
    before you run the model for the first time (see 11.2.).

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    11.

    The system in use

    11.1.

    Post Office Regulations for the U.K.

    Radio controlled models are of two types - those which operate on the ground or on
    water, known as „surface“ models, and those which operate in the air. The first group
    includes model cars, trucks and buggies, and also model boats of all types. The
    second encompasses fixed-wing model aircraft and rotary-wing machines (mainly
    helicopters).
    The frequency bands available for radio controlled models are 26.960 to 27.280 MHz
    General use, 40.665 to 40.955 MHz (Channels 50 - 79 incl.) Surface only, and
    458.500 to 459.500 MHz General. Since the 26/27 MHz band is also allocated for
    Citizens Band radio and other users, and the 458/459 MHz band is also available for
    use by telemetry and other equipment, radio controlled vehicles are generally
    operated on the the 40 MHz band.
    As of 1 January 1981 model control equipment was exempted from the licensing
    requirements of the Wireless Telegraphy Act 1949. This simply means that no licence
    is required to operate RC equipment in the U.K. If you need further information
    please contact:
    The Low Power Radio Section, Radio communications Agency
    Room 712, Waterloo Bridge House, Waterloo Road, London SE1 8UA

    11.2.

    Range testing

    The range check is one those procedures which make an important contribution to
    the operational security and safety of your model. We have many years of experience
    in this matter, and have carried out many measurements; the result is an effective
    recipe for a range check which will always keep you on the safe side:
    §
    §
    §
    §
    §

    Collapse the transmitter aerial completely and switch the transmitter on.
    The test should be carried out with the model’s motor running.
    Ask your assistant to hold the model, or pack it up in such a way that the
    steering system and driven wheels can move freely.
    Check that there are no large metal objects (cars, wire fence etc.) in the
    vicinity.
    Ensure that no other transmitters are switched on - even on other channels otherwise the test cannot be expected to give meaningful results.
    Switch on the transmitter, then the receiver. Walk away from the model
    holding the transmitter, and check the controls constantly. You should
    obtain a safe range of about 30 m between transmitter and car, with the
    model still responding immediately and correctly to control commands,
    without making any unwanted movements.

    ' TIP !
    If the effective radio range is inadequate, check the following points:
    v Electric motors and electrical ignition systems may not be adequately
    suppressed.
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    v

    The receiver aerial may be damaged, too short (less than 40 cm) or badly
    positioned.

    v

    Ambient conditions may be poor (damp track surface, metal fences
    shielding the signal, etc.).
    If the range is not sufficient with the aerial collapsed, and you cannot locate the
    source of the problem as described above, try the following alternative test: extend
    the transmitter aerial fully, then repeat the check as described above. If the effective
    range is 1.5 times longer than the farthest reach of the track, you should be safe to
    operate the system.

    !

    If you are still in any doubt - don’t risk it and run the model! Take your time to
    check everything in peace and quiet, so that you can locate and solve the
    problem before you place your valuable model at risk!

    11.3.

    Care of the transmitter

    Protect your transmitter from mechanical damage, temperatures above 60°C (direct
    sun inside a car), damp, solvents, model fuel, combustion residues and dust. Kindly
    bear in mind that a rapid change in temperature (e.g. moving the model from a
    warm workshop to a cold car) can cause condensation on and in the transmitter, and
    condensation may prevent the unit functioning correctly. If this should happen, it
    makes sense to carry out a particularly thorough range check, and allow your
    transmitter plenty of time to adapt to the ambient temperature. Check that the
    transmitter is completely dry both inside (battery compartment) and out before
    using it.
    Cleaning the transmitter
    The best tool for removing dust is a soft paintbrush. The transmitter case can be
    cleaned with a slightly moist soft cloth and a mild household cleaner.

    ! Check that no fluid gets inside the transmitter.
    11.4.

    Maintenance

    Your transmitter contains no parts which require maintenance.

    !

    Nevertheless, we strongly recommend that you carry out a range check and
    examine all the working systems at regular intervals.

    What should you do if problems arise or you have queries?
    The first stop should be your local model shop, where advice is gladly given.
    The addresses of our Service Centres are printed on the last page of these
    instructions.
    For technical queries, and questions regarding the use of the transmitter, please call
    us on the MULTIPLEX hotline on +49-7233-7343.
    You can also reach us by E-mail at this address: technik@multiplex-rc.de.

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    Specification, system characteristics
    PROFI CAR 403
    Weight including battery
    Dimensions (W x H x D)
    Power supply
    Current consumption
    – including RF module
    – excluding RF module
    Operating time with RF module
    – 600 mAh NC
    – 1000 mAh NC
    – 1500 mAh NiMH
    Integral thermal fuse in battery
    Battery alarm
    – Variable threshold
    Operating temperature range
    Switchable modulation
    Model memories
    Channels (depending vehicle type)
    Steering functions
    Steering trim accept
    Brake functions
    Throttle functions
    Traction-Control
    ABS (Advanced Braking System)
    Throttle/brake separate
    2nd brake servo
    2nd steering servo
    Selectable signal norm MPX/UNI
    Timer/lap counter modes
    Lap time memories
    2nd timer for operating time
    Nominal time entry
    Race duration entry (laps/time)

    PROFI CAR 707

    ~ 600 g
    175 x 210 x 75 mm
    6 NC or NiMH cells
    ~ 190 mA
    ~ 25 mA
    ~ 2.45 hr
    ~ 4.30 hr
    ~ 7.00 hr.
    ü
    6,8 V – 7,2 V
    - 15° C to + 50° C
    AM – FM
    6

    12
    3–7
    DUAL RATES/EXPO/SLOW
    ü
    EXPO
    2-point curve with EXPO
    5-point curve

    ü

    ü

    ü

    ü

    ü
    ü
    ü

    ü
    ü
    ü

    Selectable display language

    3
    50

    German/English

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    Menu summary for the PROFI CAR 403 and 707
    Menu points with dark background: PROFI CAR 707 only

    A

    L

    T -CURV

    CENTRE

    BRAKE1

    TRAVEL

    BRAKE2

    DUAL

    ABS

    SLOW

    TC

    EXPO

    Adjust
    throttle curve
    Brake curve 1
    (rear)
    Brake curve 2
    (front)

    Threshold and
    delay for
    Auto Dual Rates

    Advanced Braking Separate for
    enter turn and
    System
    exit turn
    Traction Control

    Progressive and
    degressive

    º
    T -MODE

    OPTIME

    Check
    operating time

    ERASE

    Operating time,
    laps, nominal
    time, duration

    TIMES

    Check times in
    lap memory

    T -NOM

    Enter
    nominal lap time

    T
    TYPE

    Select
    vehicle type

    DEADB

    Set
    trigger deadband

    AMAM- FM

    Set modulation to
    suit receiver

    S -NORM

    Servo norm and
    direction of
    rotation

    S -TRAV

    Select servo travel
    left/centre/right

    START

    DURA

    STEP

    Activate
    automatic start
    function

    Enter
    race duration in
    laps or time

    Select increment
    size for trims, etc

    NAME
    Enter owner’s
    name

    TEXT
    Select language
    for display text

    ALARM
    Set battery alarm
    threshold

    SOUND
    Switch beeps off,
    except battery
    alarm

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    F
    GO TO

    Switch
    model memory

    COPY

    Copy
    model memory

    NAME

    Enter model name

    PREV
    PREV

    Reverse
    last change

    ERASE

    Erase model data
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    Service addresses:
    Belgium
    France
    Germany
    Netherlands
    Austria

    Jean Marie Servais, Jambes
    Claude Hubscher, Strasbourg
    MULTIPLEX Service, Niefern
    Jan van Mouwerik, Maasland
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