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 Every RC stick radio will have at least 4 channels associated with the two sticks. Every channel your transmitter has beyond those 4 we call Auxillary channels and each one is a trigger. If you have an 8 channel radio, the first 4 channels will belong to the sticks, and then you will have 4 more Aux channels: Aux 1, Aux 2, Aux 3, and Aux 4. If you have a 10 channel radio you will have 6 Aux channels, if you have a 16 channel radio you will have 12 Aux channels, etc... Every RC stick radio will have at least 4 channels associated with the two sticks. Every channel your transmitter has beyond those 4 we call Auxillary channels and each one is a trigger. If you have an 8 channel radio, the first 4 channels will belong to the sticks, and then you will have 4 more Aux channels: Aux 1, Aux 2, Aux 3, and Aux 4. If you have a 10 channel radio you will have 6 Aux channels, if you have a 16 channel radio you will have 12 Aux channels, etc...
  
-Aux channels can be classified as analog or digital. An example of an analog Aux channel would be a knob or lever on your transmitter. An example of a digital Aux channel would be a switch. The TCB can recognize switches with up to positions. ​+Aux channels can be classified as analog or digital. An example of an analog Aux channel would be a knob or lever on your transmitter. An example of a digital Aux channel would be a switch. The TCB can recognize switches with up to positions. Note: if you intend to map  your aux channel to an [[wiki:​tcb:​operation:​functionlist#​rc_passthrough|RC Passthrough]] function, you should set it to analog even if the physical control is actually a switch. But if you intend to map a switch to a discrete function (for example, to turn the engine on and off), then set it as digital
  
 For the Aux channels to work correctly you must first run through [[wiki:​opconfig:​tabs:​radio|Radio Setup]] in OP Config. This is where you specify how many Aux channels you have and what type each one is.  For the Aux channels to work correctly you must first run through [[wiki:​opconfig:​tabs:​radio|Radio Setup]] in OP Config. This is where you specify how many Aux channels you have and what type each one is. 
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