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Old Aug 02, 2015, 10:33 AM
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FrSky 2.4Ghz - Telemetry Hub & Sensor discussion

If it's on Google, found with a NDA search, what's the rule? I posted the Google search link and didn't supply anything else.
Try a search for frsky hub schematic.
Google, Bing. It took me to several sites including HK and Babggood that has it for user download.
Using Bing I found this on Banggood

http://www.banggood.com/FrSKY-ACCST-...-p-919089.html

I also do remember it being on the old frsky site for users to download. I found I have a printed copy I didn't share, that I downloaded in the er9x building days from the frsky site.

While on the subject. What are the rules of the forum as far as posting search found links? Copyrighted material and photos of copyrighted things I pretty much understand, and anything offensive, but what about the search links we find referencing our projects being discussed?

Good to review.
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Old Aug 12, 2015, 04:22 PM
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The hub reads just pulses, and counts them.
pwm%, i.e. polarity is not important.
Here, the sensor hub has arrived. My problem is the connection between this and the receiver. Where should be placed the two wires that are supplied with the sensor hub? In the receiver I marked with red circles the jumper that connects the two pins.
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Old Aug 13, 2015, 01:24 AM
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The black/red lead is powering the hub, any 5V source is ok, for example an unused receiver channel.
The black/yellow lead is hub output serial data, must be connected to the leftmost three pins column, opposite to jumpered pins, yellow must be Rx, and black must be G(nd)

Hub should have a leaflet showing all of these ...
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Old Aug 13, 2015, 01:37 AM
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Here, the sensor hub has arrived. My problem is the connection between this and the receiver. Where should be placed the two wires that are supplied with the sensor hub? In the receiver I marked with red circles the jumper that connects the two pins.
Like this ...
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Old Aug 13, 2015, 07:12 AM
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For RENATOA and ANGEL40

Thank you both for the comprehensive and prompt replies. In these times it is very difficult to find people friendly and courteous as you.
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Old Aug 13, 2015, 07:20 AM
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Hub should have a leaflet showing all of these ...
No, unfortunately the instruction booklet hub (one small page), does not carry the instructions on the link, but it explains all the various accessories that can be mounted.
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For RENATOA and ANGEL40

Thank you both for the comprehensive and prompt replies. In these times it is very difficult to find people friendly and courteous as you.
Like *style90.me*, says the help that *renatoa* (in particularly) and others does not go un-noticed, even if there no direct indication of such help being implemented, as in replies here.

I'm sure there are many people like me who have subscribed to this thread (and the other telemetry threads that *renato* posts in) to keep up-to-date on FrSky Telemetry stuff.

Due to my on and off health I'm not all that active on the RC Groups forums at the moment, but the questions people ask (such as *style90.me*), is often the kinda of info I need to know and will need to (and do) implement when my on a good day and feeling up to working on all stuff RC be it the electronics side of things or general model aircraft setting up.

So basically thanks to all, who's work here is helping many such as myself.

Just thought I'd throw that there so you know all your work is appreciated more than you might think (!!)

-B!LL!
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