Q: Do your lost model alarms work with 2.4GHz radio systems?
A: Yes, both LMA-A and LMA-P models work with 2.4GHz radio controlled systems; please see each of the model's description for specifics.
Q: Will the lost model alarms work with 6V/5cell NiCd/NiMH or 7.4V/2cell LiPo battery packs?
A: Yes, definitely! No modifications required! Please refer to the technical specs for details.
Q: What is the effective range of the lost model alarms? How far can you
hear the alarm from when triggered?
A: If the lost model alarm is mounted in such a way that there is no obstruction in front of the alarm's opening, you may be able to hear it as far as 50 meters away.
Q: Can I use your lost model alarms with Futaba style
A: Yes, the universal connector will fit into a Futaba style female connector. Accidental reversal when plugging it in will not damage the lost model alarm but it will not function until properly connected.
Q: Why doesn't the LMA-P alarm have an integrated Y-Splitter servo cable?
A: To save weight (and to keep it simple); a lot of modern transmitters offer to clone or mix the signal from one receiver channel to another. If this functionality is not available then you can always add a Y-Splitter servo cable yourself.
Q: After the inactivity timeout has passed the lost model alarm LMA-P goes off; I quickly flick my (rudder, aileron, elevator, etc.) transmitter stick to turn it off but the alarm continues to beep. Is this a glitch?A: The stick has returned too quickly to the same position where the alarm was triggered. To turn the alarm off move the stick away from the position where the alarm was activated until the beeping stops.
Q: I plug in the LMA-A lost model alarm into my receiver and flip the switch on
my transmitter back and forth, but I do not get any sound out. What's wrong?
A: First check that your battery pack is sufficiently charged. Next, to verify the LMA-A is in good working order connect it directly to your receiver's power supply (9V max) and confirm that is beeps. If it does not start beeping within one second of powering it up, it may be damaged and needs to be replaced. Finally, if you have confirmed the LMA-A is operational turn your attention to your transmitter/ receiver setup: plug a regular servo in the same channel where you intend to use the LMA-A and make sure that you can actuate the servo using your transmitter switch.