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Feb 10, 2013, 03:34 AM
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I don't know which version of the module will be, but if we will be lucky there will be an option to use its own battery...finger crossed...
I thought the blurb said it has its own rechargeable battery. If so why the need to use the TX? I will be using my DX6i, but I will not use the TX batteries. If there is no batts in the module, I shall make a seperately pack for it which will be attached to it, (Velcro).
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Feb 10, 2013, 05:54 AM
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I thought the blurb said it has its own rechargeable battery. If so why the need to use the TX? I will be using my DX6i, but I will not use the TX batteries. If there is no batts in the module, I shall make a seperately pack for it which will be attached to it, (Velcro).
Yeye, same here, I mean if we could feed it from a separated battery, I wont allow to connect this dangerous hooligan to my beloved little 9X...
Feb 10, 2013, 08:02 AM
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I thought the blurb said it has its own rechargeable battery. If so why the need to use the TX? I will be using my DX6i, but I will not use the TX batteries. If there is no batts in the module, I shall make a seperately pack for it which will be attached to it, (Velcro).
wow youwill have alot of sruff velcroed to you tx. you'll look like a one man band
tonytester
Feb 10, 2013, 10:57 AM
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Oops, so better waiting for the first reports of the "volunteers"...



Beware mate! I have ordered a 1SQ canopy before got any microquad because I wanted to use it, and after like 3 semi crashes it has cracked! So it looks really nice, but fragile!
Yes, I expect problems like that. I don't crash much anymore, partly from learning to fly a bit better and partly from being too old to try some of the on the edge stuff that creates most crashes. I still enjoy flying them though and tweaking them in some simple ways.

The Heli-Max 1SQ canopy can't even take being removed from the frame more than 5 or 6 times without breaking at the mounting points. I assume the NineEagles Alien canopy will be just as weak there?

John in Merrill
Feb 10, 2013, 03:41 PM
Wicked, tricksy, false!
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Yeye, same here, I mean if we could feed it from a separated battery, I wont allow to connect this dangerous hooligan to my beloved little 9X...
au contraire, my friend - it is better imho to hook the module to your TX - you will have a low voltage alarm in the TX - this minimises the risk of loosing contact due to a suddenly spent extra module battery.
If you power your TX with an adequate batt - like a FiFePo one - you will have enough running time.

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Feb 10, 2013, 04:11 PM
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au contraire, my friend - it is better imho to hook the module to your TX - you will have a low voltage alarm in the TX - this minimises the risk of loosing contact due to a suddenly spent extra module battery.
If you power your TX with an adequate batt - like a FiFePo one - you will have enough running time.

-mike-
why is not easier to hack the cable of the module? I mean I would do that instead of hacking the 9X itself for this module...
Feb 10, 2013, 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted by mikefromgermany View Post
au contraire, my friend - it is better imho to hook the module to your TX - you will have a low voltage alarm in the TX - this minimises the risk of loosing contact due to a suddenly spent extra module battery.
If you power your TX with an adequate batt - like a FiFePo one - you will have enough running time.

-mike-
This module is basically the same as the Anylink TX I use to run my Great Planes micro F-86. It doesnt have a separate battery and it really doesnt use that much of the battery anyway.
http://www.tx-ready.com/how-it-works.html
Feb 10, 2013, 05:03 PM
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Originally Posted by nacho2059 View Post
This module is basically the same as the Anylink TX I use to run my Great Planes micro F-86. It doesnt have a separate battery and it really doesnt use that much of the battery anyway.
http://www.tx-ready.com/how-it-works.html
The Anylink has nothing to do with the HK-module.
It is a rebranded HiSKY HT8 V2.
And yes - it has no built in batt. But several people rather want to hook a separate batt to it before "risking" to brick their precious TX. I just said it wouldn't be a good idea.
To solder an adapter may be a way, though.

-mike-
Feb 10, 2013, 10:28 PM
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Mike...
this particular iteration of the HiSky module has an internal power supply switch on it, different to the HiSky branded module. The QBot manual says at the end of section 4...
Notice
1. There is one 3.7 V Lipo Battery sealed in the RF Module. If the radio controller you use can supply the power to the RF Module, please turn off the sealed battery to off-status.

The other features of the module appear to be the same as the HiSky as far as I can tell.
Feb 11, 2013, 01:35 AM
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Mike...
this particular iteration of the HiSky module has an internal power supply switch on it, different to the HiSky branded module. The QBot manual says at the end of section 4...
Notice
1. There is one 3.7 V Lipo Battery sealed in the RF Module. If the radio controller you use can supply the power to the RF Module, please turn off the sealed battery to off-status.

The other features of the module appear to be the same as the HiSky as far as I can tell.
The HiSky 8 has a switch.
http://www.hobbyeurope.com/images/de...isky-adapt.jpg

Same user manual text like HK's:
http://www.hobbyeurope.com/images/de...y/hisky-ad.jpg

So I stand corrected - it is a rebranded HiSky 8 V3 module we are speaking of.

-mike-
Feb 11, 2013, 04:19 AM
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Yes, it's curious that there are these different versions of it.
The HT8 manual I have shows a module without any visible switch or any mention of an internal battery.
Feb 11, 2013, 10:43 PM
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So, will the included module bind with anything besides the micro Q bot? The slightly larger mini Q bot for instance?
Feb 11, 2013, 10:57 PM
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I am hoping the V922/Turnigy FBL100. Supposedly Aaron at banggood.com is working on getting the V922 in a BNF. If not I will sell it.
Feb 12, 2013, 01:40 AM
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I am hoping the V922/Turnigy FBL100. Supposedly Aaron at banggood.com is working on getting the V922 in a BNF. If not I will sell it.
That would be awesome if it binded to the FBL100 and larger Q bot. I don't really feel like going to the hassle of pluging in and attaching a module just to fly ONE multirotor. Of course, I would be much more sold on the product if it binded to something else. . .
Feb 12, 2013, 02:58 AM
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No, I'm gonna bet that bigger Qbot is WL Toys made and Flysky protocol, just looking at the Tx. But there is always the 939 for 9x users and MQX for DSM users. You have one of those?


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