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Aug 06, 2016, 02:34 PM
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Would one of these be an option for a racing quad? I'm in the process of changing from frysky stuff and I am a little new to Spektrum receivers. I know there is a receiver out specially labeled for racing quads, but if I wanted RSSI and the possibility of getting telemetry readings from a kiss flight controller, which one of these would fit the bill the best?
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Aug 07, 2016, 07:40 PM
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None of these will do for quads, we need something like AR7700 + Telemetry , I hope it will be next on the line

For now you best option is either use DSMX Sat or AR7700 with the RemoteRX out.
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Aug 08, 2016, 05:36 AM
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None of these will do for quads, we need something like AR7700 + Telemetry , I hope it will be next on the line

For now you best option is either use DSMX Sat or AR7700 with the RemoteRX out
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Depends on how you are connecting to your flight controller. These will work fine on 2 of MY quad/hexa setups.....
Aug 08, 2016, 10:23 AM
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Normally you use single cable for quads. Some need that in order to have fast refresh rates on the ESCs. I use AR7700 with TM1000/1100 in all my racequads.
Aug 10, 2016, 09:03 PM
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Normally you use single cable for quads. Some need that in order to have fast refresh rates on the ESCs. I use AR7700 with TM1000/1100 in all my racequads.
Exactly what I ment , ofc you can connect all 4 cables as PWM setup with any Spektrum receiver , but then you will limit your refresh rate for ESC. So using 1 cable with RemoteRX protocol is essential for small quads.
Aug 30, 2016, 11:06 AM
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OK , we have some good info update here:

New Spektrum DSMX Quad Race Serial Receiver with Telemetry (SPM4649T)

Now this is the real deal with Race Quads
Aug 31, 2016, 10:58 AM
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The 6600t is available for purchase now. I might get one. Would rather get the 6270t carbon fuse end-pin one, but that is still pre-order. :-/

Maybe I'll get one of each if the 6600t works out good. I am sure I'll always have a plane that the 6600t will work in anyways.
Sep 02, 2016, 03:31 AM
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+1 for a DLG version

RxV, Frame Loss / Hold, and an x-bus port for a vario.
In the smallest possible package.

Or, add an x-bus port to the AR6335 (maybe it's already there, but no connector
Andy, can you comment on this?

Good move in the right direction
Sep 02, 2016, 05:03 AM
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With the 6270 you will get RXV, Flight Log, flight pack voltage and X-Bus. Seems to be everything you want ?
And endpins, too
Sep 02, 2016, 05:44 AM
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Muke you ought to add the other new telemetry receivers to this thread.
Sep 02, 2016, 06:24 AM
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http://spektrumrc.com/Products/Defau...dID=SPMAR8010T
http://spektrumrc.com/Products/Defau...dID=SPMAR9030T
http://spektrumrc.com/Products/Defau...dID=SPMAR9320T

8ch, 9ch & 9ch Carbon Rx

Push button Bind & Built In Vario for the carbon Rx (Nice)
Sep 02, 2016, 07:15 AM
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With the 6270 you will get RXV, Flight Log, flight pack voltage and X-Bus. Seems to be everything you want ?
And endpins, too
Even without the case I suspect this is too big for a DLG. If you remove the pins and solder directly to the circuit board that might reduce the height enough.
Sep 02, 2016, 10:10 AM
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Awesome!!!!
Sep 02, 2016, 01:44 PM
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Holy macerony ! They want to know it ! I still miss some kind of AR7700 with telemetry, but everything else looks beautifully.
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It's about time. I hope that there are no bugs like wrong fade counts or voltages and so on.
Sep 02, 2016, 03:07 PM
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How about SPM4649T for telemetry? Why do you want AR7700? For diversity? We got a neat idea there too...

Andy


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