The OpenTX manual pages are accessed using the Table of Contents. The number of pages will generally be constant with occasional additions over time.
The guides, tips, hardware and the lua scripts are posts accessed using the sidebar. The number of posts will increase over time. The posts are categorized under the sidebar heading Guides & Scripts. The links with arrows expand to show sub categories and links to posts.
Some content appears under more than one category. For example the FrSKY GPS Sensor article is found under both FrSKY Hardware and OpenTX categories.
- Links to pages to help new visitors to this site.
- Links to the OpenTX manual pages.
Guides & Scripts (Posts)
Quick Start Guides
- Links to written and video guides that get you started using your equipment without having to read through all the documentation.
Articles related to the Taranis radios such as initial setup and modifying them.
Setting up sensors. Sensors provide information including but not limited to altitude, position, RPM, temperature and battery voltage.
Devices and software to upgrade sensor and receiver firmware, change sensor IDs and configure receivers.
Articles related to the Taranis receivers.
Summary of changes introduced with each OpenTX release presented with pictures, videos and links to more information.
- Model Settings
Settings that are configured specific to a particular model. In the OpenTX context a model is a specific aircraft. For example if a pilot flies two separate Cubs then the settings for each are contained in two separate OpenTX models.
Setting up sensors (Same as FrSKY Hardware Sensors)
Settings related to sensor data and display
- Radio/Global Settings
Settings and features that are independent of specific models such as language, calibration and SD card browser
- Trainer (Buddy Box)
Settings to use trainer and student transmitters
- Images & Icons
Settings and requirements to use the startup screen image and model icons.
- Sounds & Announcements
Settings and requirements to use sounds and announcements. These features fall under both model and radio/global settings.
Lua Scripts (advanced users)
Lua scripts may add features not included in OpenTX such displaying directions on the Tx LCD screen from the pilot to the aircraft, calculating battery remaining.