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Wireless 9 in1 adattatore Simulator

Wireless 9 in1 adattatore Simulator

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Questo adattatore simulatore può essere utilizzato con qualsiasi marca della radio, anche uno con nessuna porta allenatore e può essere utilizzato sia come wireless o hard-wire adattatore Simulator. Può essere utilizzato con qualsiasi marca di radio quando usato in combinazione con un ricevitore o può essere utilizzato con standard da 3,5 mm Jack piombo (in dotazione), supporta XTR, Aerofly, FMS, Phoenix 3.0, 4.0, Realflight G3, G4, G5.

* Nota:
Questa è la versione di aggiornamento con connettore micro USB.

include:
Adattatore Wireless / Hardwired
Cavo USB
3.5mm Jack piombo
Maschio / Ricevitore maschio a adattatore provoca
istruzione

  • SKU 260000009-0
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Capacità ( mAh ) -
  • Peso (g) 120.00
  • Lunghezza 135.00
  • Larghezza 30.00
  • Altezza 135.00
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I confirm this worked fine with vrc pro and my trackstar ts3t radio. it can also work with your own radio if it have dsc input (mine doesn't so I needed wireless connection)

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I confirm this worked fine with vrc pro and my trackstar ts3t radio. it can also work with your own radio if it have dsc input (mine doesn't so I needed wireless connection)

Good product but no disc comes with this simulator, where to find crack version software many people don't know. Better if HK include a disc along with this simulator.

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Good product but no disc comes with this simulator, where to find crack version software many people don't know. Better if HK include a disc along with this simulator.

Works really well. Build is a little flimsy, but works flawlessly. Even though it says that it only works with RealFlight G3/4/5. I could make it work with RealFlight 7.5. The only trick is to start the 9-in-1 unit switch in RealFlight mode, after the program is done loading, change the switch position to XTR. You can then calibrate your transmitter and fly without any issue in XTR mode. Remember when starting RealFlight program you have to keep the unit in RealFlight mode and when you want to calibrate/fly switch the mode to XTR.

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Works really well. Build is a little flimsy, but works flawlessly. Even though it says that it only works with RealFlight G3/4/5. I could make it work with RealFlight 7.5. The only trick is to start the 9-in-1 unit switch in RealFlight mode, after the program is done loading, change the switch position to XTR. You can then calibrate your transmitter and fly without any issue in XTR mode. Remember when starting RealFlight program you have to keep the unit in RealFlight mode and when you want to calibrate/fly switch the mode to XTR.

Cheap, crappy documentation, but works great in wired mode via minijack socket (connected to Graupner MZ-12 set to DSC mode).

The first three modes (XTR, RF and Aerofly) all emulate joystick devices (on Linux and Win7 both without installing extra drivers) with 4, 6 and 7 axes respectively plus a set of buttons. Four or five of the transmitter's channels (mine has 6) map to axes, the rest to buttons. The Phoenix mode is recognised as a USB HID device but doesn't appear to do anything.

Doesn't look like it includes the right wires to connect more than two or three channels to a traditional receiver but I don't understand the provided documentation on this. Maybe easier with S.BUS/SumD/etc. (if this is supported).

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Cheap, crappy documentation, but works great in wired mode via minijack socket (connected to Graupner MZ-12 set to DSC mode).

The first three modes (XTR, RF and Aerofly) all emulate joystick devices (on Linux and Win7 both without installing extra drivers) with 4, 6 and 7 axes respectively plus a set of buttons. Four or five of the transmitter's channels (mine has 6) map to axes, the rest to buttons. The Phoenix mode is recognised as a USB HID device but doesn't appear to do anything.

Doesn't look like it includes the right wires to connect more than two or three channels to a traditional receiver but I don't understand the provided documentation on this. Maybe easier with S.BUS/SumD/etc. (if this is supported).

super , good thank you

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super , good thank you

I ordered two of these to run Phoenix V5 with my two Orange T6 tx. One for my grandson.
I can't get either one to work.
I need help.
Ed

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I ordered two of these to run Phoenix V5 with my two Orange T6 tx. One for my grandson.
I can't get either one to work.
I need help.
Ed

Great product, works as described flawlessly with all the sims. I use it for Phoenix and you can do all the updates and still use it.

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Great product, works as described flawlessly with all the sims. I use it for Phoenix and you can do all the updates and still use it.

i have a FrSky Taranis Plus (X9D) connected via the training port, calibration of 6 channels without problems, switches are not recognized.

Use of switches only with channel override 5 and 6 via mixer possible.

Works nice, 6 channels via trainer port,

7 channels with wireless mode and extra receiver (not included) - what happend to channel 8 in wireless and the other 26 channels? A nice extension to this adapter could be the free software SmartPropoPlus which feeds a virtual joystick over trainer port/sound card audio in and can be customized individually to the signals of your radio.

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i have a FrSky Taranis Plus (X9D) connected via the training port, calibration of 6 channels without problems, switches are not recognized.

Use of switches only with channel override 5 and 6 via mixer possible.

Works nice, 6 channels via trainer port,

7 channels with wireless mode and extra receiver (not included) - what happend to channel 8 in wireless and the other 26 channels? A nice extension to this adapter could be the free software SmartPropoPlus which feeds a virtual joystick over trainer port/sound card audio in and can be customized individually to the signals of your radio.

Great product HK,

I use the latest version of AeroFly and use a FrSky Taranis Plus and the FrSky X8R receiver connected up to the adapter wirelessly. From the moment that I connected the adapter to a USB port (and bound the Tx to the receiver) it worked perfectly. A great product HK, and as usual, well built, well packaged, and delivery was so quick.

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Great product HK,

I use the latest version of AeroFly and use a FrSky Taranis Plus and the FrSky X8R receiver connected up to the adapter wirelessly. From the moment that I connected the adapter to a USB port (and bound the Tx to the receiver) it worked perfectly. A great product HK, and as usual, well built, well packaged, and delivery was so quick.

Good start up, introductory simulator for newbies, definitely start here before attempting to fly any aircraft, 3/5

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Good start up, introductory simulator for newbies, definitely start here before attempting to fly any aircraft, 3/5

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