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Posted by glue hand brian | Mar 16, 2021 @ 05:46 AM | 8,012 Views
just stock back up and my setting so far for cheap banggood storm32 gimbal v1.3
someone wanted a copy so used rcgroups to share
Posted by glue hand brian | Apr 01, 2014 @ 06:28 PM | 8,131 Views
Thought i'd share how i flashed and wired up my uhf relay, not new at all, but i had to look about to get all the info i needed so thought i'd show what i did.
It's all easy enough to do and i'm sure there's other ways to go about this, this is just one way.
First of all to flash the frsky dr8-II plus, i brought the frsky usb cable from hobbyking.
https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...USB_Cable.html
Then i downloaded the firmware for the D8R-XP rx from the frsky site,which also includes the flash tool.
http://www.frsky-rc.com/download/vie...re-D8R-XP_27ms
I rearranged the wires into a servo plug to plug into the side port on the dr8-II plus.
The signal pins 7 and 8 need to be shorted to enable program mode.
The dr8-II plus need a 5v power supply, i used a 5v bec.
Plug the frsky usb cable into PC and open the frsky_update_rev11 in the d8r-xp firmware folder downloaded.
Click on file, this should take you to d8rxp_cppm27_build120926 in the same folder.
Open that up and the click on download.
Once done, that's the cppm enabled,if needed there are drivers on the frsky site.

Now for the relay, This was alot easier than i thought it would be.
I made a plug using the 4 way servo plug that came with the frsky usb cable, 1 wire for cppm, 12v and ground for my rmilec tx, the cppm wire goes to signal output 1 on the frsky rx, the 12v and ground from a 3s lipo with a bec on for the 5v to power the frsky rx.
BOTH SYSTEMS NEED THE FAILSAFE SET.

Edit..... i found i...Continue Reading