The Quanum telemetry system gives real-time and accurate voltage, current, mAh and temperature display plus low voltage warnings via a robust 2.4Ghz DSSS connection.
The receiver pannel is a large 132x64 LCD and attaches directly to your existing radio's antenna for convenient at-a-glance in-flight status checks.
The Quanum Telemetry system will also warn you when your battery pack is approaching 3.2v per cell with a variable audio tone. No more deadstick landings!
And because it's 2.4Ghz DSSS it wont interfere with your existing system, no matter what channel you're on!
The Quanum Telemetry system transmits a narrow, lightweight signal 4 times a second and uses DSSS technology to ensure no conflicts with other systems close by. Included is an inbuilt 450mAh Li-ion power source and a convenient in-car and PC USB charge jack!
Tx Weight: 16g
Tx Size: 50x17.5mm
Tx Output: 20dBm FCC ID: XR9V003
Large high contrast 132x64 pixel LCD 2.4Ghz Receiver. (V2)
1km Range 1~6S Transmitter (V2)
Receiver mount (universal type)
Cigarette lighter 5v out USB charger
USB cable. (Charge in car or on a PC)
CE, FCC, RoHS
Note: Current/temp sensor sold separately.
Whats new in V3.0
Show Temperature in centigrade or Fahrenheit
Battery capacity (Used/remaining)
Adjustable low voltage alarm
Note: To adjust settings follow the below steps
Hold down the BIND & Power buttons for 2 seconds to enter the configuration page.
Cycle through the configuration settings by pressing the Power button. To modify settings press the BIND button.
You can leave the configuration page by holding BIND & Power for 2 seconds.
I flew a hundred times using this system. Very accurate . When the alarm starts I put my plane down. I usually use "remaining percent battery" and land my plane with 6pcnt remaining . On the ground I spin the motor until 0pcnt then ESC starts to cut off. 3.2V it is my threshold.
About the range, some times it lost the signal for a bit time. When you get closer then you got the signal back. I flew 400m away and everything goes fine. Use the flexible antenna and turn the antenna of the radio and Quanum on opposite sides. For me works fine like this.
My complain : should have a way to store the config of my kind of batteries, For each type of battery do I need to set up everything again.The Quantum is a great product. A must have if you value your Lipos.
Real time monitoring for each cell 10 out of 10.
One Major fault is the on/off and scroll switches. Th micro switches break at the solder joints. I was able to repair twice but the third time I damaged the led screen. I am on my second Quanum telemetry system, after this I will buy another brand not Quanum.
How about adding back lit screen or even an OLED screen.
Great product needs better switches.Excellent telemetry at a good price. I use it with Futaba t10cg. No interference. We use it to TREX700 heli. I bought it along the sensor current and temperature. Encouraged.Bought one of these about a year ago, had a few binding issues with it so I threw aside. bought another one recently, works perfect, easy to hook up, info updated quickly and accurately. Transmitter mounting is a bit ordinary, but otherwise excellent product. Highly recommend.Hello,
i'm now two years in the possession of this systeme and can only say "perfect". For a multicopterflyer a must thing to have, because no powerthe copter is a stone on heaven.
And the price very, very good if you see the prices by other warehouses, super!I use this machine for some team and never had a problem, I recommend using
everyone, I can fly much longer without worrying about battery life, this is when the battery gets to the point that I want, and I program, I get this warning beeps at the time of landing.Good, basic, and noisy.
Mine work fine, after ten time switch are ok....
Only problem is the bipper, too noisy, I had to cut it of :-)
You can read easy the led while flying.
The voltage is spot on the 6 cell.
Happy for value not a lot I could say.
I just cant imagine flying an electric rc plane or multirotor without battery telemetry. If you dont have one bult in your RC system, get this. Works great, but have 3 areas of opportunity:
1- No adjustable alarm level. The imposed 3.3v is too low and leaves just a few seconds to land.
2- Why such a big antenna? A thin wire (as used om most 2.4 RXs ) would be much better.
3- The sensor/tx dies quite often...Bit disappointed after the 3rd time I turned it the on/off switch broke off the board and had to be resoled, fair enough 1 problem I can handle. Then the bind button failed pulled it apart again and the tiny board mounted switch was in 3 pieces, now I have to try and find one of them. So both switches failed, I will fix it again but if I have another issue it will go in the bin, The voltage reading for each cell is about half a volt out also. Wouldn*t recommend. ShaneBit disappointed after the 3rd time I turned it the on/off switch broke off the board and had to be resoled, fair enough 1 problem I can handle. Then the bind button failed pulled it apart again and the tiny board mounted switch was in 3 pieces, now I have to try and find one of them. So both switches failed, I will fix it again but if I have another issue it will go in the bin, The voltage reading for each cell is about half a volt out also. Wouldn*t recommend. Shane
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