Step 4: Done!
Now you have a remote controllable switch for lighting up LEDs, just plug it into your receiver. You will need to set up a switch and the process for doing this is different for every transmitter, follow your manual and figure it out. Also, you don't need to use a switch, you can use one of the sticks or you can do a mixing. One of the main reasons I thought up this design is so that I could mix it into the trainer switch. Then when I had control the craft would light up one color, then when I pressed the trainer button it will change the lights over and the trainee would know instantly when they had been given control. Give it a try and let me know what you think.
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Showing it on auto (sweeping) with the servo to show what the commands going to the circuit look like.