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Mar 11, 2010, 05:27 AM
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Not tried, but why not ?! If it is featuring JR plug, looks like a JR module, then...
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Mar 11, 2010, 05:32 AM
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Not tried, but why not ?! If it is featuring JR plug, looks like a JR module, then...
It should yes I agree, bit Ive read that the Turnigy 9X radio hade something in construction that wasnt the same as others JR radios... I think the ppm pulses from a Turnigy 9x/FlySKy radio is very low, like 3 volt, dont know if that matters in some way.

Before i plug in the FrSKy module, I just want to hear from someone who has tried this ...
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Mar 11, 2010, 11:53 AM
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9x


I think Xjet has been using frsky on his 9X for some time now.
Mar 11, 2010, 06:26 PM
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I think Xjet has been using frsky on his 9X for some time now.
has he ? I thought it was his JR 9xII ?
Mar 11, 2010, 10:23 PM
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Hello, will the JR FrSky module work in a Turnigy 9X/FlySKy/EURGLE Radio ? They are all the same.


Have anyone tried that .
I can tell you that the FlyDream JR module works in a Turnigy 9X very nicely thank you. Would expect the FrSky JR module to do the same.
Mar 12, 2010, 01:09 AM
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I have my FrSky plugged into a Turnigy 9X and it works 100%. I now find myself picking up an existing model to maintain ripping out the Spektrum kit and putting in FrSky stuff. I suddenly have lots of spare AR6100's lying around my workshop. Wonder where they came from.

Only word of caution is you need to watch the alignment of the pins as they tend to be slightly off and don't insert properly into the module.

Myself and a few others have sent FrSky some improvements to accommodate this issue and they should be incorporated in the latest batch of modules from a week or so ago, after my last chat with Chase.

edit: I might mention I bought the Turnigy to evaluate the FrSky kit with and I might just keep using it as it just works, had my ASW28 on the slope with the 4ch rx and no issues even when putting it into big thermals. Intention was to replace the Turnigy later with something more name brand.

edit : my Youtube vid of the Turnigy 9x and FrSky mounting process.

Mounting a FrSky Module into a Turnigy 9x tx (5 min 15 sec)
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Mar 12, 2010, 01:10 AM
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He runs it in both the JR and IMAX if I remember correctly.

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has he ? I thought it was his JR 9xII ?
Mar 12, 2010, 03:51 AM
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He runs it in both the JR and IMAX if I remember correctly.
yeah , I know now, he emailed me yesterday, thanks..
Mar 12, 2010, 11:33 AM
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By the way, Ive got my FrSky JR module and three 8ch receivers

Soon I will range check them..
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Mar 15, 2010, 03:16 AM
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Well I have the 4ch in my 2m glider and I have sloped it and I have not had a problem taking it away from the slope and finding thermals with it.

I am waiting for a nice day so I can do some proper thermaling with it.

Why the 4ch in the glider well the 8ch does not fit.
Mar 15, 2010, 05:50 AM
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question - transmitter aerial extensions


One for the experts, and especially Chase.
I've got the Futaba module in an FF8 (8UPS) but I'd like to move the aerial away from the back of the set, possibly removing the 35mHz aerial and siting the 2.4 one in it's place, or drilling a new mounting point alongside it. If I make a short coax extension to connect to the module at one end using a 90 degree adaptor, passing the extension through the case back and up to a fitting in the case top to receive the aerial, will it affect the transmission characteristics in any way?
Do I need a specific grade of coax lead?
Mar 15, 2010, 07:59 AM
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Hello,every one. I am Chase From FrSky.
Thanks for your attention.

I would like to explain one point about the range check of our 2.4GHz unit.
Actually, the power of the transmitter module will be reduced to ab. 1/100-th of the nominal value, and the effective distance will be shortened to ab. 1/10-th of the nomial value based on our test.

Secondly, It's really an orange light for normal service as BrumBob mentioned.

We will correct the instruction manual, thanks to BrumBob

Hi,Chase Wu
This products comes from China???
Could you tell me your website to see some of your products?
Mar 15, 2010, 08:23 AM
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http://www.frsky-rc.com/
Mar 15, 2010, 08:52 AM
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One for the experts, and especially Chase.
I've got the Futaba module in an FF8 (8UPS) but I'd like to move the aerial away from the back of the set, possibly removing the 35mHz aerial and siting the 2.4 one in it's place, or drilling a new mounting point alongside it. If I make a short coax extension to connect to the module at one end using a 90 degree adaptor, passing the extension through the case back and up to a fitting in the case top to receive the aerial, will it affect the transmission characteristics in any way?
Do I need a specific grade of coax lead?
Hi, BrumBob,
It's ok to put an extension coax and connector between the antenna and the mounting point, provided that the coax and connectors are made for MICROWAVE applications.
The connector is called SMA, and the coax impedance is 50 Ohm.
pls Enjoy it.
Mar 15, 2010, 08:54 AM
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Hi,Chase Wu
This products comes from China???
Could you tell me your website to see some of your products?
Hi, happy mind.
Please check the link posted by RENATOA.
Any comment would be appreciated.


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