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Oct 07, 2012, 08:13 AM
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S107g intermittent response.


Hi,
I bought two s107g and have been delighted flying (about 20 flights each with no serious crashes).
Last week I just couldn't flight one of them. It just wouldn't bind. I discarded the possibility of remote controller failure as I was able to flight the second heli. Strikingly, I managed to start it after a few times of moving the throttle up and down. Although it flew, it seems that the heli only receive the signal in an intermittent manner and also has a delayed response to both left and right sticks.
Has anyone experienced anything like this? Any ideas how to solve this problem would be appreciated.
Thanks
Raul
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Oct 07, 2012, 09:23 PM
Jake From Planet Mascoutah, IL
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Originally Posted by Mraul
Hi,
I bought two s107g and have been delighted flying (about 20 flights each with no serious crashes).
Last week I just couldn't flight one of them. It just wouldn't bind. I discarded the possibility of remote controller failure as I was able to flight the second heli. Strikingly, I managed to start it after a few times of moving the throttle up and down. Although it flew, it seems that the heli only receive the signal in an intermittent manner and also has a delayed response to both left and right sticks.
Has anyone experienced anything like this? Any ideas how to solve this problem would be appreciated.
Thanks
Raul
Put a fresh supply of Duracell Batts int he Tx and make sure the s107 is fully charged...did you say you got two? Make sure the other Tx is off.
Oct 08, 2012, 02:05 PM
Jake From Planet Mascoutah, IL
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Lazy afternoon, cold and windy outside...

SYMAS107G EEE (2 min 50 sec)
Oct 08, 2012, 02:15 PM
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Aww, Jake. Perhaps, you could send your Nano CPx to me. I'll baby sit it for you and return it after winter?
Oct 08, 2012, 04:45 PM
Jake From Planet Mascoutah, IL
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Aww, Jake. Perhaps, you could send your Nano CPx to me. I'll baby sit it for you and return it after winter?
Nah.....
Oct 08, 2012, 09:35 PM
Hokie Jim
So, is there any difference between the S107 and S107G? They seem to be used interchangeably or simultaneously. I presume the G stands for "gyro", and I would guess that the bar at the top of the rotor shaft provides gyroscopic stability, but is there some other "gyro" stabilizing feature on the 107G that's not on the 107? Every friend I turn on to these helis asks me the same thing, and I can't answer it.
Oct 09, 2012, 01:39 AM
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Now, you can look very smart in front of your friends, by telling them that there is really NO difference between the S107 and S107G. Every single S107 has a gyro.
Oct 09, 2012, 03:24 AM
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now, you can look very smart in front of your friends, by telling them that there is really no difference between the s107 and s107g. Every single s107 has a gyro.
+1
Oct 10, 2012, 12:35 PM
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You know I popped a 150mAH battery back in my s107g and seems like all the original checks and balances are back….
I had up’ed the battery to a 200mAH and was a noticeable difference, she flew well but some how I like it back this way.
Oct 10, 2012, 12:46 PM
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You know I popped a 150mAH battery back in my s107g and seems like all the original checks and balances are back….
I had up’ed the battery to a 200mAH and was a noticeable difference, she flew well but some how I like it back this way.
It is because the 200mAH is that little bit heavier and the S107 is a finely balanced machine as far as weight goes.

I doubt you would actually notice any diffenece in flight time with the larger capacity battery anyway

Stick to the smaller batteries and you won't make the motors struggle with extra weight and it will repay you by doing what it does best - stable flights

John.
Last edited by scotsoft; Oct 10, 2012 at 01:42 PM.
Oct 10, 2012, 01:30 PM
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It is because the 200mAH is that little bit heavier and the S107 is a finely nalanced machine as far as weight goes.

I doubt you would actually notice any diffenece in flight time with the larger capacity battery anyway

Stick to the smaller batteries and you won't make the motors struggle with extra weight and it will repay you by doing what it does best - stable flights

John.
That's it right there John....you hit it right on the head.
Oct 10, 2012, 08:05 PM
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+1 to John. S107G is a fine precision flyer. The 150mAh battery is its perfect match. Larger battery is heavier and it takes away from the added capacity. The small gain doesn't warrant messing up a perfect bird. I've been saying all along. The best way to double the fly time is buy another S107G.
Oct 11, 2012, 01:45 PM
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+1 to John. S107G is a fine precision flyer. The 150mAh battery is its perfect match. Larger battery is heavier and it takes away from the added capacity. The small gain doesn't warrant messing up a perfect bird. I've been saying all along. The best way to double the fly time is buy another S107G.
You guys are soooo right...time to build my fleet.
Oct 11, 2012, 09:43 PM
Jake From Planet Mascoutah, IL
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Originally Posted by jimhokie
So, is there any difference between the S107 and S107G? They seem to be used interchangeably or simultaneously. I presume the G stands for "gyro", and I would guess that the bar at the top of the rotor shaft provides gyroscopic stability, but is there some other "gyro" stabilizing feature on the 107G that's not on the 107? Every friend I turn on to these helis asks me the same thing, and I can't answer it.
There is no difference...the S107 always came with a gyro.
Oct 12, 2012, 12:11 AM
Hokie Jim
OK, so what/where is the gyro? Is it the bar above the rotors (which certainly creates a gyroscopic stabilizing force) or is there some electronic gyro on the PCB?


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