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Old Sep 09, 2013, 12:29 AM
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I don't need a damn manual either. I just want to know what RX is in it and if its programmable and supports telemetry. Finding no answers to this.
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Old Sep 09, 2013, 10:16 AM
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I don't need a damn manual either. I just want to know what RX is in it and if its programmable and supports telemetry. Finding no answers to this.
The receiver is built in to the main board like most of blades micro helis.
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Old Sep 09, 2013, 11:20 AM
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Most of the recent micro heli boards have telemetry built in. But only provides frame losses and holds.

I expect the 350 qx will be the same, but I really hope they provide pack voltage and some gps data would be wonderful.
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Old Sep 10, 2013, 02:18 AM
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The receiver is built in to the main board like most of blades micro helis.
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Most of the recent micro heli boards have telemetry built in. But only provides frame losses and holds.

I expect the 350 qx will be the same, but I really hope they provide pack voltage and some gps data would be wonderful.
Yeah I know it's 3ASX (or whatever they call it) but was hoping for a slight variation like a lead for bus or servo, something to tap into that information. Guess I can only hope. Was really hoping a T1000 would be plug n play.
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Old Sep 10, 2013, 03:27 AM
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But the real question is, did it land on uk shores last weekend?
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Old Sep 10, 2013, 06:36 AM
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But the real question is, did it land on uk shores last weekend?
Nope.

It was due to dock on Sunday but delayed due to fog, so docked today. The shipment will be with us Friday and out to shops on Monday. Regards.

That was an email I got off of HH UK this morning.
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Old Sep 10, 2013, 06:49 AM
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Here is a photo of the FC or what HH is calling the main controller board,it looks like it has one or maybe two ports for some kind of plug in but what they will do is anyone's guess.
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Old Sep 10, 2013, 09:01 AM
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They are designing a plug and play gimbal for it using those ports.
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Old Sep 10, 2013, 09:04 AM
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Nope.

It was due to dock on Sunday but delayed due to fog, so docked today. The shipment will be with us Friday and out to shops on Monday. Regards.

That was an email I got off of HH UK this morning.
That's still good news though cheers
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Here is a photo of the FC or what HH is calling the main controller board,it looks like it has one or maybe two ports for some kind of plug in but what they will do is anyone's guess.
The plug to the ESC's does not look to be the normal servo like connection.
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The plug to the ESC's does not look to be the normal servo like connection.
He means the connectors in the top right corner.
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He means the connectors in the top right corner.
No. there are 4 sets of 3 wires that go from the board to the ESC, red, black, and usually 3wire servo type connection.
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No. there are 4 sets of 3 wires that go from the board to the ESC, red, black, and usually 3wire servo type connection.
Sorry if I don't get it... But aren't there just two wires to the ESC's? Black and red?
The other "3 wire servo type connections" are for the LED's, aren't they?

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Old Sep 10, 2013, 01:15 PM
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He means the connectors in the top right corner.
That's what I'm interested in. (thanks for the picture Startazz) Looks like there is three small two pronged servo style plugs there. Other wite plugs on upper left appeart to be some kind of data plugs?

Not inspiring, but certainly more promising than other AS3X boards such as the 130x and Nano QX.
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They are designing a plug and play gimbal for it using those ports.
Sounds good to me as long as it's going to be brushless motors and not servo controlled gimbal,thanks for the info.

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That's still good news though cheers
I'd have to agree with you on that one as it could of been worse.

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That's what I'm interested in. (thanks for the picture Startazz) Looks like there is three small two pronged servo style plugs there. Other wite plugs on upper left appeart to be some kind of data plugs?

Not inspiring, but certainly more promising than other AS3X boards such as the 130x and Nano QX.
Looks like the same sort of set-up we have on the KK 2.0 board,as far as the six prongs that servo type wires go on,so maybe that is for data plus which could mean firmware upgrades and on.

Any time someone from HH/Blade what to jump in here feel free.
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