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Old Nov 25, 2015, 12:42 PM
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what connector the q-bot has for power?
is this battery good for replacement?

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...arehouse_.html
Yes, BUT!
That battery has reversed polarity, you HAVE TO switch the red and black wires around.
Double triple quadruplecheck that you connect red to red and black to black, the quad can survive reverse polarity right around a millisecond.

And get the 45 to 90C, much more punch.
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Old Nov 25, 2015, 01:22 PM
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Mister John_Edward,

making me aware of the polarity.. THANK you man!!!!
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Old Dec 04, 2015, 01:37 PM
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oh my.

I have turnigy 9x, modded completely to er9x (sound backlight and so on)

I was trying to searc this thread honestly but found just this solution for me:

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showp...34&postcount=1

I was hoping on a simpler plug and play solution, what do you ppl say?
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Old Dec 05, 2015, 06:34 AM
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solved

The module antenna and quad antenna need to be within 2 or 3 cms from each other. Plug module into transmitter but dont turn on, connect battery to craft then turn on module, should bind ok.
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Old Feb 25, 2016, 02:26 AM
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please if somebody has already discovered replacement parts to HOBBYKING Q-Bot micro, please share the link with us

with what products is the HK q-bot micro 1:1 compatible?

1 of my motors (front left) has already worn out, will not spin.. also a good source of props would be needed. and maybe I need a whole replacement main board too.

nothing remains only the HK replacement parts? they sell parts more expensive than ebay/aliexpress.

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...cro_Parts.html
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Old Feb 25, 2016, 03:21 AM
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please if somebody has already discovered replacement parts to HOBBYKING Q-Bot micro, please share the link with us

with what products is the HK q-bot micro 1:1 compatible?

1 of my motors (front left) has already worn out, will not spin.. also a good source of props would be needed. and maybe I need a whole replacement main board too.

nothing remains only the HK replacement parts? they sell parts more expensive than ebay/aliexpress.

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...cro_Parts.html
As The Hobbyking Micro Q-Bot is just a rebrand of the HiSky FF120 / HMX120 (its newer name) all their hardware parts are identical and exchangeable.

For motors any 0720 sized ones will do, regardless of branding - Hubsan, Chaoli, Micro Motor Warehouse, UDI, JJRC, you name it.
You have to splice in the plug again after a motor change, though.

Prop wise its basically the same situation.
Most similar to stock ones, but a tad better in quality: Walkera QR Ladybird props.

Very good and better than stock: clear Hubsan styled props or OEM Hubsan ones.

Have Fun!
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Old Feb 25, 2016, 04:18 AM
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compatible with flysky fs-i6 transmitter ?

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The FlySky protocol does not work with the Turnigy Micro Q-Bot. It comes with the (HiSky) HT8 adapter which is best connected to a TX via a Futaba trainer port. The Futaba port supplies power from the TX to the adapter module. The alternate JR stereo plug trainer does not readily supply power (I had no luck with the Turnigy 9X)

Binding with the HiSky protocols is mostly by powering up the TX module then simply turn on the RX. The RX will find and bind to the strongest rf signal it finds.... the TX must be as close to the quad as possible if there is a chance of anyone else using a compatible RF within range.

The HT8 adapter works with the Turnigy / HiSky FBL100 (WL Toys V922) and the HiSky HCP 100. It does not work with the WL Toys V911.

By adding the back-stand accessory to the Turnigy 9XR, the HT8 adapter fits neatly between the stand legs. I have the FlySky module plugged in at the same time. No conflicts. See pic


hello , my transmitter flysky fs-i6 is compatible ? it doesn't have the trainer ports JR style 3.5mm or Futaba style 6-pin. i have to use the cable adapter in this kit ?http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__63756__T
urnigy_TGY_i6_Flight_Simulation_Cable.html
to convert the sinal to trainer port of my transmitter . thanks

i read this in other comment :

" Philippe 6 points - 10/08/2015

I wish to use it with a FlySky FS-CT6A ( or Hobbyking HK-T6A) 6 channels 2,54Ghz. Is it compatible ??Thanks.

Jason 3 points
I'm not sure if this would work, but the Turnigy i6 Simulator cable (PRODUCT ID: 114000022-0) has an adapter that plugs into the training port at the back, and converts from the 4 pin socket in the transmitter to a 3.5mm female socket. Considering that works with controlling simulator software, then I would be assuming it would send the same signal to the module on this. "

it's possible to work ?

thanks
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Will work.
The DIN connector has the needed outputs - PPM and GND.
You'd need just the part: Female 3.5mm to Male DIN 4p adapter
The USB part isn't needed for your purpose.
You have to use the inbuilt HT8 battery, too.

You can build an adapter DIN to servo connector from a S-Video cable.
See DIN pinout from TX for reference and servo pinout in my blog.
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this works to q bot micro?

http://www.banggood.com/Clover-Prope...-p-963635.html
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no, they won't as they are meant for a even smaller quad with 6mm motors.

There are some 3 bladed props for Hubsan sized quadrocopters out there that would fit to the micro Q-Bot, but they didn't provide any benefits compared to stock props as far as my experience goes.
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I agree with Mike's earlier prop recommendation. I personally preferred the way the Ladybird props flew on this quad with the Hubsan props being a close second although I have not tried the clear version, only the white ones.
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Old Apr 04, 2016, 09:36 AM
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for testing I also put on 3 blade props, friends like it, I did not had the WOW effect..:

http://www.banggood.com/Hubsan-Upgra...-p-970384.html
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are these the best akkus for our q-bot:

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s..._Mini_CP_.html ?


+ i mounted a Quanum Elite Micro Cam - powered with an Y-cable - does that cable drain power and i should solder it onto the board?

thx!
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