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Installed this kit in my old Futaba FP-T4NL AM transmitter. Very easy to install and worked great. If you are thinking of doing the same thing I have included a picture in the files section which shows where to attach the wires.
ACCST is the frequency hopping it uses, I believe. You can certainly use it on your other radios, but realize that your old recievers will no longer work. Spectrum DSM2 uses two channel hopping. ACCST uses 80 channel hopping. Check out RCModelReviews on youtube for reviews.
I did! but the 1 I have is the telemetry 1! at the back of the sd-10g , there is a S-video plug! at the
upper right is the ppm8 singal ,than all u need is the power for the module! I didn't put the module inside . I just make a box hange it outside when I
need it! box s-video plug(male)
I an not especially adept at transferring dimensions from an object so that I can drill matching holes in sheet metal as is required when installing the frsky DIY transmitter module in a case. It would be nice if FRsky could include a template for us. Are you listening FRsky?
Anyone out there got any good ideas for the mechanically challenged?
I'm curious on this Gizmo.
Can I instal this into my Futaba Attack 4 AM tx.
I see that the telemetry version can be.
There are even photos in the files section.
Alternate would be to buy the Orange Specktrum Clone TX for $65 .. Significantly More $$
But it has lotsa features as well as a 10 model memory and access to $6 receivers.
If your tx has 7 channels then the FrSky module will transmit 7 channels. The encoding of this module is a FrSky standard, so it will only work with FrSky receivers. Receivers that came with your transmitter won't work with FrSky. What tx-rx system do you have?
You need find ppm signal in transmitter electronic mainboard. I do not know much about your transmitter but i hacked some transmitters with this module. Take power and ground from transmitter mainboard it is easy. You only need find ppm signal. You can use a osciloscope for it.
My v8ht seems to have quit working .Light on normal but does not receve ppm pulses.Pulses ok from tramsmitter but when
connect to yellow lead they drop away down in amplitude as if
getting shorted to ground.Any one have a diagram of v8ht or know if can test input with multimeter?
Hello, I don't have experience with the assan module. It is more than twice as expensive but that doesn't say it's better. The specifications aren't better either. I've got the frsky module installed in my graupner mc-12 and it works really nice. Enough range to fly out of sight. Never had any problems with it. Conclusion: I reccommend FrSky *)
Can anyone direct me to a place where I can get help with connecting this to the Mpx Cockpit MM?
I would prefere to be able to switch between 35Mhz and 2.4Ghz is possible.
If another module is better option please let me know!
There is a very good post on rcgroups. It's about an other module, the Assan X8D, but this module is installed in the exact same way. The 'p' wire on the Assan is the 'ppm' wire on the Frsky module. Unfortunatelay I can't post links here but if you Google '12258924 rcgroups' you'll get only one hit, which is the right one. The setup explained in that post even lets you switch between 35Mhz an 2.4Ghz. This is done through the DPDT switch. If you switch the DPDT to 'on' it powers the 2.4Mhz module and disables 35Mhz. If you do not want a switch, connect the ppm wire to position 2 on the pcb, and solder a bridge between position 3 and 5 to disable 35Mhz.
Just yesterday it was 10 in stock.
Now it's -4.
Did HK pull back all the stock items?
I was ready to order one!!!
I see here ***********frsky-rc****/ShowProducts.asp?id=85 that this new item will replace the old one (at this HK page).
I see in the new item a switch with 3 possitions: 1-way, 2-way and FW.
That means that the user could add it in a already working TX with the option (switch on FW) to let the TX work with its original module, or to work with FrSky module either in 1-way status (NO telemetry) or in 2-way status (telemetry YES).
Am I right?
Do you think it will be more expensive of the old FrSky V8HT 2.4Ghz DIY module?
What should you do in order to choose 1 or 2 way status on the Rx... I am little confused on this issue.
This module is indeed being discontinued. The recommended replacement, the FrSky DHT is already in the store (product ID: FRTEL), you can see it's a little more expensive. On the TX side you are almost correct. The original TX module will always be workin, no matter in which position the switch is. 1-way status has indeed no telemetry and 2-way status has. On the RX side: if you want 2-way you have to order a D-series RX, if you want 1-way you have to order a V-series RX. There is no status swit
Well, I dont think that this is true for all states in europe, first you can use it ^^ it is your own risk, if you disrupt sth and someone gets bothered...you may lose your module *)
however, the official regulation in Germany is 10mW per channel in the 2.4Ghz, and 25mW per channel in the 5.6Ghz frequencies, you may be allowed to use more power (legally) if you have a amateur radio license...but i am not 100pcnt sure
and routers sold here may have more output power possible, but usually this is r
*nicodemus. ardupilot is reciever/controlling board/"brains" not transmiter, so its not what i'm looking for.
*icahone. I will be looking foward to see how your project goes. any blog/website about it ?
all you need is to find a PPM cable going from your trnsmitter to 35MHz module. Then you have 2 options. You cut this wire and connect it to DIY module or install a switch to choose 2.4GHz or 35 Mhz. It is very convinient to use one TX for different models.
You will definitely have to take out the existing 2.4ghz system first which could be tricky
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I received it few week age , it look neat ,I try to install to my Airtronics SD-10G , but I know I need more time to figure it out how to ( because I find some information in the web !) but then I end up install to my JR MAX 66! it was easy to install . just 3 wire to solder! next I will try to put it into my JR6102! then if I have time , my Airtronics SD-10G , because SD-10G is the best radio I ever have! good price ,ez to install ! good good !
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I've upgraded my FX18 to 2,4GHz using the V8HT DIY Module. I'm using a switch to be able to use both 35MHz and 2,4GHz. Works perfect! Great price and quality!
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Installed the kit on the Futaba 7CHP, very easy to install, replacing original antenna with this one (a little bit loose, using some foam tape to seal the gap). Nothing destroyed, nothing altered on the original remote.
Using the hole for the original crystal for the led & button. Soldering the wires into the HF module without taking off any wire (to retain the trainer port capabilities for simulator purpose).
Very recommended, binding and failsafe is super easy.
Works in Graupner MX-16s. Just connect the same colurs of the wires from DIY Module and transmittermodule in parallel. I installed a switch between plus transmittelmodule and plus DIY Module.
German: Funktioniert super in der Graupner MX-16s. Einfach die Kabel an die, die zum HF-Modul gehen anloeten. (schwarz zu schwarz, gelb zu gelb, und rot ber Schalter zu rot) 35 MHz wird nur ueber Software ausgeschaltet. Diode in der gelben Leitung war schon drin.
Orders, I hope that soon I poilko, I installed the Graupner MC12. Many people recommend the latter because the module is currently iskazal for the best, after tests, the first cities surpasses even Futaba and jeti moduls. Subsequently a report how the works in my MC12, but I know that the module is easily mounted and is very easy to use because it is using my friend and is very happy with him I will also recommend the purchase. I apologize in bad English, I used google translator. Greetings from Slovenia