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FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Telemetry Module & V8FR-II RX

FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Telemetry Module & V8FR-II RX
FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Telemetry Module & V8FR-II RX

FrSKY ACCST technology is proven, approved by many model associations, tested and reviewed as the leading Chinese 2.4Ghz R/C Technology. If you think DSM2 or FASST is the best, think again!
New FrSKY ACCST (Advanced Continuous Channel Shifting Technology) gives you secure radio communicatios in 2.4Ghz band. ACCST 2.4GHz system shifts 80 channels around hundred times per second in the 2.4GHz band. This means that the system is completely resistant to interference in that band. 
Advanced Continuous Channel Shifting Technology (ACCSTis our advanced tecnology it shifts channel hundred times per second and there is no signal conflicts and interruptions) robust frequency agility.
Easy to bind and very fast link-up. 
Excellent reboot time. 
True Diversity with two antennas.
All channels can be programmed with Failsafe, quickly and easily.
Quick and extremely stable in performance.
Precise and smooth servo response.
Extended range (1.5km-2.5km).
FrSky DJT is compatible with JR transmitters following:
JR: 347, 388, 783, U8, PCM10, PCM10S, PCM10SX, PCM10IIS, 8103, J9303, PX, 9XII, 11XZERO
Receiver Specification:
Operating voltage: 3.0~16V(HV Version)
Power consumption: 30mA
Resolution: 3072
Latency: 22ms
Number of channels: 8
Range: 1.5km-2.5km
Dimensions: 44 x 24 x 14 mm
Weight: 9.3g
Module specification:
Operating voltage: 6.0V-13.0V (can handle 3S!)
Power consumption: 50mA
Output Power:: 60mW
Resolution: 3072 (11bit)
Dimensions: 63.9x48.5x36.5mm

1 x 8-channel Telemetry Transmitter Module DJT
1 x Transmitter Antenna
1 x 8-channel receiver V8FR-II (HV Version)

* Transmitter Module is compaitble with all V8 NON-telemetry Recievers


Weight: 147g
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Price  $39.99

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Total of 762 discussions.
BangerUpBixler  147 points - 3/4/2015
Hi Guys, purchased for use in a Turnigy 9x V2. I was a little disappointed that I needed to make a modification to the case of the module to get it to fit in the 9x. The height of the pins (plastic around the base of the pins) in the back of the transmitter is too high for the module to seat into the slot. The modification to the case of the module is relatively easy, simply removed the board from the module case and then cut and filed out the holes for the connection. Allows the plastic in the transmitter go into the module enough to connect properly. Otherwise very happy though, this is proven technology. Economical as an interim upgrade for the 9x and will allow me to set up my planes with the right receivers for an upgrade to a Taranis later. Cheers Michael
 v_max 4597 points
That's problem of 9X not of this module... (this module has standard JR type form factor, 9x has slightly nonstandard dock) But the easiest way to solve is one you did.. Much easier then disassembling 9x to cut plastic on controller connector
 BangerUpBixler 147 points
Hi v_max, don't get me wrong, in no way do I blame the module. It is probably my own fault for not researching enough before I purchased. I intended to post the comment to advise other 9x owners that a small mod will be required to upgrade their transmitter to this module. I did see a YouTube of a guy modding the transmitter case (after I could not get mine to fit) but I think my change to the module case is a lot easier and neater than pulling apart the transmitter. Cheers Michael
 v_max 4597 points
The same way of module mod I described many times in 9x thread and in this one in my answers when people asks about compatibility of this set with 9x. But unfortunately thread history is wiped very soon here... Same way I did it for my one. And found it much safer and easier then modding 9x itself. The only cons of this way is that OTHER modules ( if you use something else) may also require the same mod unlike moding 9x controller required once. Thanks for credit...
raoul  23 points - 3/4/2015
Can I use this for my flysky FS-T6 radio to improve the range of my transmitter?
 v_max 4597 points
How would you replace TX module? FS-T6 do not have replaceable module... the module is build-in... If you want to replace internal module then better to get DHT DIY module (PRODUCT ID: FRTEL) instead and get good D series receiver instead of nontelemetry v8.. Here is video from youtube ... Quoting comment "frsky DHT and D8R-XP receiver. Transmitter is a FS-T6"
David  1 points - 3/2/2015
Hi what telemetry receivers are compatible with the transmitter module, thanks
 v_max 4597 points
Any FrSky one starting with D letter in product name... For exampel D4R-II is my favorite....This tiny RX can provide PPM out for 8 ch (requires firmware update with 27mS firmware to be safe) and RSSI output
Sam  1 points - 3/1/2015
Thanks for the responses. I'm going fort the DJT version probably. This well be my first self built multicopter (got a hubsan x4 already) and am going for an upgrade, since I'm a poor student with a weekend job, OSD eventually will be the thing, but that will be for a later stadium (>2 months), so the telemetry is a 'temporary' solution to get voltage data. But thanks for the support!
 v_max 4597 points
just remember you need voltage sensor (simple resistive divider) to scale down your lipo voltage to 3.3v input range... For 3S lipo 1k5 / 7k5 divider recommended...
Sam  1 points - 2/24/2015
If I get these Taranis, do I need any other product's to read the voltage data on the Taranis?
 Sam 1 points
Everything didn't seem to come through. I meant if I get these modules combined with a Taranis, if there is any other product's needed to read voltage data from the multicopter on the Taranis.
 v_max 4597 points
This module is NONTELEMETRY one.. It do not able to send any data back from RX to TX. You need to choose other combo (Product id: DJT) or use D series receiver (any one frsky rx with D in first letter of model ) with TX module from this combo. All frsky telemetry receivers (D series) has analog input for battery voltage sensor.RX has analog input for voltage signal input ... All you need is resistive divider to scale full lipo voltage to this input range.
 Justin 79 points
You will need the additional sensors along with the sensor hub to use the full telemetry. If you get a telemetry Rx with this module you can have the battery voltage displayed by connecting the Rx to the fc as long as its compatible. Just remeber this Rx is non telemetry only the module itself is telemetry capable. I got this combo for my 250fpv and put the d4r-ii rx into my bigger quads with GPS so I can use the telemetry.
 Matt 1 points
As stated above you would need the Telemetry RX. If you wanted a cheaper alternative way to monitor voltage I would recommend a Voltage alarm. They are under 5$ and are indispensable
 v_max 4597 points
Matt, it's not alternative... what's the sense in beep-beep when it's 1km away from you * )
 Matt 1 points
I'm giving him options. Never specified to use ONLY that. far from it. It IS an alternative, just depends on how much data you want and what your planning to do with it. If all you want is to monitor voltage then this accomplishes that at a very cheap cost. IF you need more then obviously there are many other solutions which also cost more. Some people cant spend several hundred just to monitor voltage, which you should think about.
 v_max 4597 points
Matt, The real alternative (much better one then useless frsky telemetry ) is FC data over FPV video with OSD or 3Dradio telemetry kit connected to laptop or tablet... (I have it both on my quad) And the only reason why I use D series telemetry receivers is RSSI alarm. Besides this feature frsky telemetry with it's proprietary protocol, hub and sensors is useless archaic j u n k...
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3 thumbs up!
The JR 3810 is the same radio as the 8103. For marketing reasons it is labelled as the 8103 when sold in the USA, and as the 3810 everywhere else. Modules are interchangeable. The numbers stand for 3 model types, 8 channels, 10 model memories. So yes, it will accept the FrSky module.

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3 thumbs up!
Guys, I been using this modules since their first beta system , and I can tell you is the BEST SYSTEM YOU CAN GET here is the main Thing I can say:
a) True FHSS system (equivalent to Futaba FAST Frequency hopping)
b) True Fail Safe setup (and easy to setup)
c) Range test perform in our clud give better than 1.2 miles and this under heavy noise (we had 5 Spektrum and 5 Futaba systems ON plus one wireless system plus a noise generator on the 2.

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3 thumbs up!
c) Range test perform in our clud give better than 1.2 miles and this under heavy noise (we had 5 Spektrum and 5 Futaba systems ON plus one wireless system plus a noise generator on the 2.4GHZ spectrum) and the system perform w/o a problem.
d) Very tolerant to low voltage (put down the voltage under 3V and still was working)
In few works VERY GOOD SYSTEM, much better than any DSM system (Like Spektrum DSM2 or Corona DSM etc.), Ve

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Hong Soon
2 thumbs up!
Very attractive module with proven track records. I have yet to try this out on JR 3810 transmitter. I would do it and keep you guys posted.

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2 thumbs up!
I have this in a Flysky 9x(same as turnigy 9x on here) ans it's excellent.

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