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Nano Availability?
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10-13-2021, 07:00 PM
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3d printed Nano mount?
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Which Connector: CN1 or C...
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RFU programing
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Programing RFU
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JR XG11MV
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XDP display on a Nano
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X16 Sequencer
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binding troubles
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06-13-2021, 06:22 PM
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  Nano Availability?
Posted by: TonyMegowan - 10-12-2021, 08:49 AM - Forum: Nano - Replies (1)

Jim
Top of the Morning to you Sir. Do you have an estimate on when the Nano's will be available? I need 4 or 5 of them.
Thanks
Tony Megowan

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  3d printed Nano mount?
Posted by: j_whitney - 08-18-2021, 07:36 AM - Forum: Nano - Replies (4)

Is anyone aware of a 3D printed mount for the nano?
What I have been doing is using a bit of velcro on the "shrink wrap" on the nano. but it you have to move it more than once or twice the wrap starts to come loose from the board.

Any suggestions?

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  Which Connector: CN1 or CN3
Posted by: haegartiger - 08-11-2021, 11:13 AM - Forum: XtremeLink Radio System - Replies (5)

I managed to water my remote for the first time in 50 years. Shall happen is fortunately not defective.

As a result, I also immediately got myself a replacement transmitter board. Unfortunately without instructions.
Where would have to plug in the blue plug.

Either as in picture CN1 or picture CN3. This is also the name of the connectors on the board.

The board was in a MC-19, would also be suitable for a MC-22.



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  Programing RFU
Posted by: bruff - 07-29-2021, 05:48 PM - Forum: RFU - Replies (1)

Can I reverse servos and adjust throw on the RFU while in S Bus mode?
Thanks!
Bob

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  RFU programing
Posted by: bruff - 07-29-2021, 04:07 PM - Forum: Receivers - Replies (1)

Can I reverse servos on the RFU while in S Bus mode?
Bob

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Question JR XG11MV
Posted by: thebluemax - 06-27-2021, 02:36 PM - Forum: JR/Taranis/Horus - Replies (5)

Question.

Looking at this thread in RCG, https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthre...-XG11MV-Tx

I saw this in post numbers 4 and 5

Post number 4 by Antic Bipe
Hi Jim, does the XPS JR 11X module support all 11 channels when using the DSM modulation? Your module will however require an external aerial if used in the XG11MV. 

Post number 5 by you
Yes, it does support all 11 channels.

I am not sure if they use serial (115.2K baud) like some of the DSM modules require, or the manchester encoding that the JR11x uses.


So my question is could install your JR-11X internal module into the XPS-J1 case upgrade w/antenna connector and use that module in the XG11-MV to use it with a RFU or Nano when the XG11MV uses DSM mode?
 
thanks,
Bill

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Question XDP display on a Nano
Posted by: thebluemax - 06-20-2021, 03:25 PM - Forum: Nano - Replies (5)

Hello Jim,
I put a Nano on the XDP and this came up in the display.  It says XPS-12T with no firmware version.  The picture is the old 10 channel receiver. See attached.  But when I ran updater60 on it, it showed as Nano-E V4, with a firmware version of 1.0
Bill



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  binding troubles
Posted by: Sunstateflier - 06-13-2021, 06:19 AM - Forum: JR/Taranis/Horus - Replies (3)

For many years I have been using XPS receivers with XPS modules in Multiplex 3030 and 4000 series without a problem.To back up these ageing radios I purchased a Radiomaster Max edition so I could use an XPS  JR module and continue to use my XPS gear if these old radios ever failed.However,I am having trouble binding the modules to the receivers. One of the modules I purchased when the new batch became available recently and the other two came from an aeromodler in South Africa.(Iam not sure which is whitch now as I cant tell them apart) I have been able to bind one 10 chanel receiver to the radio but it wont always hold the bind when I turn it off,also the first chanel produces a third elevator chanel instead of an aileron. If I shift the chanels from 8 or 10 to chanels 2 to 9 I can sometimes get 8 working chanels.I have purchased the XPS gear over many years with only one return for upgrade quite some years ago,also I have not yet tried to bind any of the diversity receivers .Iam using the ppm setting on the Radiomaster with preset settings on delay and frame. I have not downloaded any new software to the radio,its only one week old. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  XJT-D16 versus PPM latency
Posted by: flyingw - 06-09-2021, 05:52 PM - Forum: JR/Taranis/Horus - Replies (1)

Jim,

I was thinking about the latency in my RC systems.

I believe that my Futaba 9C transmitter delivers a new set of channel positions by way of PPM to the XPS transmitter module every 22,5 millisecinds.

Using the XJT-D16 protocol the Taranis delivers a new set of channel positions to the XPS JR-type module every 18 milliseconds.

This means I gain about 4.5 milliseconds using XJT-D16.

If I happened to be using all 16 channels I would be about twice as fast with XJT-D16 than I would be with PPM.

Is that correct?

Thanks,

Paul

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  RFU coax minimum bend radius
Posted by: flyingw - 06-05-2021, 09:50 AM - Forum: RFU - Replies (1)

Jim,

On the RFU's coax antenna leads, what is the minimum bend radius that will not cause any reduction in signal strength?

I understand that the bare tip must be kept straight, and that the angled antennas must be at least two inches apart.

Thanks,

Paul

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