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Q: can i use a frsky x8r reciever?

demandé par 360noscopy sur 2020-08-04 12:37:16

FlyingDutchman Yes,the Radiomaster TX16S will support the Frsky X8R receiver. The X8R receiver is able to use the D8 and D16 protocols and both are supported on the Radiomaster. In case of an European version, you need to select the 'Listen Before Talk (LBS)' variant. Also this variant is supported by the Radiomaster TX16s. In this forum, it is not possible to link to other websites. But if you search on Google for 'Radiomaster TX16s' and 'Oscar Liang', you will find a review and a link to the complete list of supported protocols.

2020-08-10 12:53:40 Utile (0)
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Q: Can it bind to corona Dsss receivers?

demandé par BG535364812 sur 2020-07-29 10:13:22

FlyingDutchman I'mnot sure about that. There is a 'Corona' option in the multi protocol module, but I don't know of that will support Dsss receivers. (I use it with a FrSky receiver). Check out the internet fora or become a member of the Radiomaster facebook group and ask there.

2020-08-03 08:16:53 Utile (1)
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Q: this is not a 180w. providing wrong info is illegal

demandé par Mohamed Hussain sur 2019-09-27 02:07:36

FlyingDutchman I agree with you. These Solarpower cells are 3,3Watt each, so 36 cells @ 3,3Watt = 120 Watt. Lot of sellers on Banggood and Aliexpress give wrong (to high) power levels. Stop doing that and provide correct information! By the way, there is a easy method to check the specified power levels. You can calculate the maximum power output from solar panels with the formula: size of the solarpanel (in square meters) x 200 Watt. In this case, this solar panel is unfolded 1.7m x 0.41m = 0.7 square meter. So 0.7 sqm x 200Watt = 140 watt. Impossible that this panel will give more than 140 Watt. (It is 120W, because the 0.7 square meter is not completely covered by solar cells. The effective size (size of only the solar cells) = 0.6 square meter.

2020-07-12 04:46:07 Utile (1)
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