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Posted by Sweetieinsf | Jul 13, 2019 @ 03:13 PM | 3,926 Views
Setting up the Dragonlink V3 system for use with the Eagletree Vector (Full Final Draft instructions attached. The Dragonlink User Manual unfortunately included my first rough Draft that had several errors)

Here are all the steps required to setup the Dragonlink V3 with the Vector including Vector Telemetry. It is assumed that you have connected your Dragonlink Transmitter to you Radio Transmitter and are able to bind to your Dragonlink Receiver. These instructions will not be covering Vector Wiring or settings other than those related to this specific topic.

It will be assumed you are using the Dragonlink MicroRX although all settings and connections for the Large (Advanced) RX are the same EXCEPT that the ANALOG RSSI pin is #8 on the MicroRX and #13 on the Advanced RX.

These instructions will use the PREFERED method of connecting the DL RX to the Vector, S-BUS, and the PREFERED method of FAILSAFE DETECTION in the Vector, S-BUS Failsafe Detection.

Presented here are two different examples. Example #1 will use 12 channels, Analog RSSI (connected to the DL RX Pin #8 for a MicroRX or pin #13 for an Advanced RX) and the Vector Telemetry connected to the DL RX Servo Rail. This is the simplest example.

Example #2 will use 12 channels, Digital RSSI and the UEXP connector on the RX for the Vector Telemetry connection.

There is no functional difference between Analog and Digital RSSI, they both work equally well, but the use of Digital RSSI requires a spare (otherwise unused) RC channel and a manual setting in the Vector. It also frees up a servo pin on the DLRX if needed for an additional PWM connection.

There is also no functional difference between using a servo pin or the UEXP Connector for the Vector Telemetry however using the UEXP again frees up a servo pin on the DLRX if needed for a PWM output.