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Old Feb 11, 2013, 06:39 AM
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Yes, you can shorten the coax all the way to the connector if you want.
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Old Feb 11, 2013, 05:49 PM
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Thank you very much Altimat, boopidoo and Thomas!!


I have tried of thousand ways and have not do the binding.

The servos do not work Thomas.

I have looked for solutions and I found this interesting web. Is it true this??

http://www.fpvmanuals.com/2011/03/17...ezuhf-or-tlrs/

Thanks again!
Old Feb 11, 2013, 09:55 PM
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Old Feb 11, 2013, 10:03 PM
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I have tried of thousand ways and have not do the binding.

The servos do not work Thomas.
You seem to have a problem with PPM output from your RC Tx. It will never bind until you have PPM to the TSLRS Tx. I would start by adding the Tx LED shown here:



It flashes with power on and goes solid with PPM stream. Very nice!
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Old Feb 12, 2013, 01:10 AM
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@Altimat
The antenna makes a U-turn which isn't optimal. It would be better if you let the whole antennas be straight instead.

@JEZUZ
You need to provide a valid PPM-stream into the TX and all radios can't be supported. Your link seem to have some ideas to solve this so I would suggest you might try that. Also the LED modification is very nice indeed.
Old Feb 12, 2013, 08:11 PM
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Hello all, I know this is a dumb question but l am going to ask it anyway, what is the difference between ppm and pwm. I understand the lrs uses ppm from the transmitter to do its thing, and servos use pwm to operate, but I loose all understanding when it comes to the chanel 12 and rssi output of the rx. When connecting the rssi output to an osd is only one wire used or the 3 wires from channel 12 and the rssi connection.

Thanks for any answers, angry
Old Feb 13, 2013, 12:23 AM
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Ask away. I didn't know anything about this stuff only weeks ago.

Here is an excellent PPM-PWM tutorial.

Channel 12 is the channel that can be set up as your Rx PPM output channel and shares nothing with the RSSI output other than proximity. The Rx RSSI output connection is directly behind channel 12 and that is where you want to make the connection to the RSSI input of your OSD.

I soldered on a 2-wire pigtail with connector. You really only need one since ground is common to both components (just like you only need the signal wire to an ESC) but I grabbed a ground from the servo outputs as well to make a better plug connection with a common connector. This then plugs into a mating connector installed on my OSD.
Old Feb 13, 2013, 01:38 AM
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Ask away. I didn't know anything about this stuff only weeks ago.

Here is an excellent PPM-PWM tutorial.

Channel 12 is the channel that can be set up as your Rx PPM output channel and shares nothing with the RSSI output other than proximity. The Rx RSSI output connection is directly behind channel 12 and that is where you want to make the connection to the RSSI input of your OSD.

I soldered on a 2-wire pigtail with connector. You really only need one since ground is common to both components (just like you only need the signal wire to an ESC) but I grabbed a ground from the servo outputs as well to make a better plug connection with a common connector. This then plugs into a mating connector installed on my OSD.
Hello Altimat,

thanks for your help
angry
Old Feb 13, 2013, 02:36 AM
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Hi,
could please someone (Thomas ?) tell me the specs of the PPM12 that comes out of the TS rx when PPM12 is selected (Graupner).
In particular is it a fixed or variable length frame ?
How long ?
Other ?

Thanks !

Ric
Old Feb 14, 2013, 02:14 AM
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The PPM from an RX is in phase with data from the TX
The NEW TX firmware sends data at about 30mS constant speed
The old TX firmware sends data in phase with incomming ppm frame.

So the RX PPM frame is ALWAYS constant,
unless it recall failsafe, then it is unlocked ! while it searches the band for a good data signal and lock to it again.
Old Feb 20, 2013, 08:16 AM
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Old Feb 20, 2013, 08:20 AM
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all is happy out flying ?
always happy with TSLRS, it works. Well.
Old Feb 20, 2013, 02:28 PM
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My NAZA intermittently boots to a flashing red error. Other times it boots fine. I believe that the PPM stream from the TSLRS occasionally establishes itself a split-second too late for the NAZA start sequence, and that delaying NAZA power-up might be a fix. Is this a possible cause and likely fix, and can anyone think of any way to accomplish this? I guess I could test my theory by separately powering up the TSLRS first with a separate battery?? Then I worry about back-feeding power into the NAZA and powering the TSLRS from two sources concurrently.

Obviously power to the TSLRS comes from the NAZA so I don't see a solution other than rebooting until success, and the rate of success is about 50%.
Old Feb 20, 2013, 03:58 PM
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I got my Tx back from Thomas after having intermittent fail safe issues. These were resolved with a simple firmware upgrade and I have been happily flying for a few weeks now.
Old Feb 21, 2013, 03:18 AM
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hello Altimat, I dont know what a naza is, so I am sorry no clue how to help.


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