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This may help with the trouble-shooting:
The Orlit Q6 transmitter for Canon has 2 modes: RT and RF.
Lets take a step back and understand why:
Canon created the 600-EX-RT flash which uses its RT radio system. The RT radio system was designed for controlling SPEEDLIGHTS only.
Orlit expanded the line with its own (large) RT monolight units, however these units offer functions not available on speedlights, for example, 1/10 of
a stop adjustment, and modeling lamps. While the units will work in RT radio system mode to allow integration with RT speedlights, for maximum
function when used with Orlit transmitters and strobes ONLY, you want to use RF mode, which allows these controls.
By default the Orlit TR-Q6-C will be in RF mode, for providing maximum function with Orlit monolights. BUT FOR INTEGRATING WITH SPEEDLIGHTS
(FROM CANON OR ORLIT) YOU WILL NEED TO BE IN RT MODE. The easiest way to determine if the transmitter is in RF or RT mode is to be aware that RF mode does not use IDs.
If the transmitter is displaying ONLY channels on the bottom right, it is in RF mode. To switch to RT mode for integrating with speedlights, press the
power button briefly. The channel display will now cycle between the channel symbol and the ID symbol. You are now in RT mode. Use the CH
button to set both the channel and ID. Remember that the channel and ID must be the same on the transmitter and all units. For maximum stability,
use ID 0000 (00) or 0001 (01) only.
Once the unit has “linked” to the remote lights using Canon’s RT protocols, the unit will display a Radio Tower icon. This functions like the green LINK
indicator on Canon flashes.
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