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Turnigy Evolution Digital AFHDS Radio Control System w/TGY-iA6C Receiver (White) (Mode 2)

Turnigy Evolution Digital AFHDS ...

The engineers at Turnigy have come up with another winner, the Turnigy Evolution. Designed with the FPV Drone flier squarely in mind, the Evolution features a striking new look and is amazingly compact. Its small size makes it very backpack friend...
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Overview

The engineers at Turnigy have come up with another winner, the Turnigy Evolution. Designed with the FPV Drone flier squarely in mind, the Evolution features a striking new look and is amazingly compact. Its small size makes it very backpack friendly and the neat cover for the front of the controller keeps the face and gimbals safe during transportation.

 

The Evolution uses the solid and reliable 8 channel 2.4GHz Automatic Frequency Hopping Digital System (AFHDS 2A) spread spectrum technology, making it compatible with the iA6, iA6B, iA6C, i10 & i10B range of receivers. The system is supplied with the Turnigy TGY-iA6C Receiver for SBUS/IBUS and CPPM/PWM support. Twin omnidirectional high gain antennas are built into the outer case to provide an even more secure radio link and to protect them from damage.

 

The ergonomically designed case makes for easy use of all controls. The switches and pots are all positioned for comfort and the adjustable length sticks can be tailored to your own requirements. Speaking of sticks, the high quality, ball bearing gimbals are clear and have color changing, programmable LEDs that can change color with the use of the sticks. There is a pop-up potentiometer that could be used for camera gimbal control. Two 3-position switches on the back can easily be set-up to change the flight modes. A large monochrome backlit LCD Touch screen makes it easy to program and change the settings in both daylight and night-time.

 

Five model memories  make it easy when swapping from one model to next by simply selecting the appropriate model memory (assuming that you've bound the next receiver to the particular model memory first!)

 

Each transmitter and receiver has its own unique ID to prevent other RC systems from accidentally connecting to or interfering with the Evolution.
Each transmitter hops between 16 channels in order to reduce interference from other transmitters. There is even a mini USB port for easy charging via a power bank (power pack) or phone charger / USB charger / PC. This can also be used for updates (via PC) or to use the Evolution transmitter as a controller for your favorite RC simulator programs.

 

The Evolution comes in either Mode 1 and Mode 2 and is available in black or white for each mode.

 

Features:
• AFHDS 2A RF protocol
• Compatible with the iA6, iA6B, iA6C, i10 & i10B range of receivers
• 8 channel 2.4ghz radio with telemetry capability
• i10 style customized Gimbals with dual ball bearing supports
• Illuminated gimbals (adjustable)
• Soft rubber grips
• Easy to use touch screen
• SBUS/IBUS and CPPM/PWM support
• 5 Model Memory
• Backlit LCD Screen
• 4 Stick Mode Selection
• USB port for Flight Simulators
• USB changing

 

Transmitter  specs:
Channels: 8
Model type: Multi-rotor/Drone
RF range: 2.408~2.475 GHz
Bandwidth: 500 KHz
RF channel: 135
Protocol: AFHDS 2A
Modulation type: GFSK
Stick resolution: 4096
Low voltage alarm: Yes (<3.7V)
USB Port: Yes
Power input: 3.7V
Size: 179x81x161mm
Weight: 332g (without cover)
Certificate: CE0678, FCC ID:N4ZMT600, RCM



TGY-iA6C Receiver:
Channels: 8
Model type: Quadcopter/Fixed-wing/Helicopter
RF range: 2.408~2.475 GHz
RF channel: 135
RX sensitivity: -105dBm
2.4GHz system: AFHDS 2A
Modulation type: GFSK
Power input: 4 ~ 6.5V DC
Antenna length: 26mm
Size: 37.5 x 24.2 x 9.0mm
Certificate: CE0678, FCC ID:N4ZIA6COO, RCM
i-Bus port: Yes
Data acquisition port: Yes
Weight: 7.9g

 

Included:
1 x Turnigy Evolution
1 x TGY-iA6C Receiver (with leads)
1 x Micro USB Cable
1 x User Manual

Specs

Additional Information

  • Blade Count:
    N/A
  • Speed (Sec/60deg):
    No
  • Kv(rpm/v)
    No
  • Torque(kg)(min. 0.01kg)
    No
  • Diameter X(Inch):
    No
  • Max Currents (A):
    No
  • Power (W)
    No
  • A(mm)
    No
  • B(mm):
    No
  • Length B (mm):
    No
  • C(mm)
    No
  • Can Length D(mm)
    No
  • Max Voltage(V):
    No
  • D(mm):
    No
  • Shaft A(mm)
    No
  • E(mm)
    No
  • F(mm):
    No
  • Diameter C(mm):
    No
  • Total Length E(mm)
    No
  • SKU
    9114000056-0
  • Weight(g):
    700.00
  • Length:
    290.00
  • Width
    260.00
  • Height
    217.00
  • Capacity (mAh):
    1300.00
  • Discharge(c):
    No
  • Length-A(mm)
    No
  • Height-B(mm)
    No
  • Width-C(mm):
    No
  • Unit Weight (g):
    No
  • Max Charge Rate(C)
    No
  • Watt Hour
    4.80
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Just got this bad boy in the mail the other day!

So far, I've only had the opportunity to use it in the SImulator. Haven't been able to take it outside, or use the receiver at all.

Anyway, to anyone thinking about buying this, it is NOT for anyone that will want to fly a plane. You can't even adjust the trim (which is fine for acro mode on a quad) without going into the menu. I personally have a tray Taranis for all of my plane flying, so that's not a concern for me.

Where this radio really shines is with portability. The cover that comes on it lets you throw it in a backpack without a second thought, and take it with you for your flights, or in my case, to the library when I need a little distraction from my studies.

The ergonomics are pretty close to spot on for someone from the Playstation generation. If I were to have one gripe with the shape, I wish that the screen were a little bit less prominent on the front. If it were placed slightly down on the Tx, I would be able to pinch grip, even at the very top of the stick throw. As it is now, I can't quite get there without having to move my index finger. Other than that though, it's an extremely comfy Tx.

The touch controls are pretty intuitive, and they work very well. The screen is a capacitive touch screen, rather than a resistive one, so the touch quality is more akin to that of a smart phone, rather than the bottom screen on a DS.

RGB lights in the sticks are a really cool and unique touch. From the factory, they change from green through to red, depending on how far up you are on the Y axis of each stick. I wish that were customizable. As of right now, as far as I can tell, if you want a custom color, you have to select a single color, and it will be constant on both sticks.

For anyone wondering where the USB port on this thing is (since it's not pictured) - it's on the right side of the screen. The Tx comes with the appropriate 90 degree micro USB cable (Yes, it's micro, not mini), but you could easily use a straight cable, and you wouldn't have any issues.

I haven't upgraded the firmware yet, so the LED color features may have been implemented.

Overall, an excellent Tx, for a FANTASTIC price! Oh, also it's nice that it comes with a rechargeable battery built in. I can't comment on battery life, as I've not run it off a cable at all, but I imagine it should be fine for at least a day of flying!

If you're looking for something to run on a sim, or you want to have something a little smaller than normal for your quads, then this is kind of a much buy!
Just got this bad boy in the mail the other day!

So far, I've only had the opportunity to use it in the SImulator. Haven't been able to take it outside, or use the receiver at all.

Anyway, to anyone thinking about buying this, it is NOT for anyone that will want to fly a plane. You can't even adjust the trim (which is fine for acro mode on a quad) without going into the menu. I personally have a tray Taranis for all of my plane flying, so that's not a concern for me.

Where this radio really shines is with portability. The cover that comes on it lets you throw it in a backpack without a second thought, and take it with you for your flights, or in my case, to the library when I need a little distraction from my studies.

The ergonomics are pretty close to spot on for someone from the Playstation generation. If I were to have one gripe with the shape, I wish that the screen were a little bit less prominent on the front. If it were placed slightly down on the Tx, I would be able to pinch grip, even at the very top of the stick throw. As it is now, I can't quite get there without having to move my index finger. Other than that though, it's an extremely comfy Tx.

The touch controls are pretty intuitive, and they work very well. The screen is a capacitive touch screen, rather than a resistive one, so the touch quality is more akin to that of a smart phone, rather than the bottom screen on a DS.

RGB lights in the sticks are a really cool and unique touch. From the factory, they change from green through to red, depending on how far up you are on the Y axis of each stick. I wish that were customizable. As of right now, as far as I can tell, if you want a custom color, you have to select a single color, and it will be constant on both sticks.

For anyone wondering where the USB port on this thing is (since it's not pictured) - it's on the right side of the screen. The Tx comes with the appropriate 90 degree micro USB cable (Yes, it's micro, not mini), but you could easily use a straight cable, and you wouldn't have any issues.

I haven't upgraded the firmware yet, so the LED color features may have been implemented.

Overall, an excellent Tx, for a FANTASTIC price! Oh, also it's nice that it comes with a rechargeable battery built in. I can't comment on battery life, as I've not run it off a cable at all, but I imagine it should be fine for at least a day of flying!

If you're looking for something to run on a sim, or you want to have something a little smaller than normal for your quads, then this is kind of a much buy!
Just got this bad boy in the mail the other day!

So far, I've only had the opportunity to use it in the SImulator. Haven't been able to take it outside, or use the receiver at all.

Anyway, to anyone thinking about buying this, it is NOT for anyone that will want to fly a plane. You can't even adjust the trim (which is fine for acro mode on a quad) without going into the menu. I personally have a tray Taranis for all of my plane flying, so that's not a concern for me.

Where this radio really shines is with portability. The cover that comes on it lets you throw it in a backpack without a second thought, and take it with you for your flights, or in my case, to the library when I need a little distraction from my studies.

The ergonomics are pretty close to spot on for someone from the Playstation generation. If I were to have one gripe with the shape, I wish that the screen were a little bit less prominent on the front. If it were placed slightly down on the Tx, I would be able to pinch grip, even at the very top of the stick throw. As it is now, I can't quite get there without having to move my index finger. Other than that though, it's an extremely comfy Tx.

The touch controls are pretty intuitive, and they work very well. The screen is a capacitive touch screen, rather than a resistive one, so the touch quality is more akin to that of a smart phone, rather than the bottom screen on a DS.

RGB lights in the sticks are a really cool and unique touch. From the factory, they change from green through to red, depending on how far up you are on the Y axis of each stick. I wish that were customizable. As of right now, as far as I can tell, if you want a custom color, you have to select a single color, and it will be constant on both sticks.

For anyone wondering where the USB port on this thing is (since it's not pictured) - it's on the right side of the screen. The Tx comes with the appropriate 90 degree micro USB cable (Yes, it's micro, not mini), but you could easily use a straight cable, and you wouldn't have any issues.

I haven't upgraded the firmware yet, so the LED color features may have been implemented.

Overall, an excellent Tx, for a FANTASTIC price! Oh, also it's nice that it comes with a rechargeable battery built in. I can't comment on battery life, as I've not run it off a cable at all, but I imagine it should be fine for at least a day of flying!

If you're looking for something to run on a sim, or you want to have something a little smaller than normal for your quads, then this is kind of a much buy!
I usually don't write a review if the product is Good. This one was an exception. I am a newbie quad pilot and was trying really hard to get a hold of quad flying on my 250 size quad and also on the simulator. But some how i was not able to fly properly i would tend to sway more than actual yaw which would result in a crash. But since yesterday after shifting to this radio on my sim i am able to fly .i don't know why but it looks like it has that just perfect resolution on the sticks that i need. Yes i agree the 5 model is absolutely disgusting in today's world.. common HK. Also i need trims for my fixed wing planes...
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