G-RX8 – Redundancy & Variometer

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OpenTXContentsOpenTXReceiver & SensorDescriptionSetupBinding 2 Receivers (Redundancy)Variometer Receiver & Sensor FrSKY G-RX8 (USA World) Description Has a built in variometer sensor Has redundancy capability where a second receiver may be connected Setup Binding 2 Receivers (Redundancy) For the second receiver use any receiver with an SBUS out. Turn on the Tx Press… Read more »

SxR – Stabilizer Gyro (S6R, S8R)

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<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> OpenTXContentsOpenTXReceiverDescriptionStabilize ModeAuto Level ModeHover ModeKnife Edge ModeUrgent ModeSetupTips & NotesLED Status LightsProgram The TransmitterBind Receiver to TransmitterSelect & Flash FirmwareSwitch Positions For Flight ModesQuick ModeNon Quick Mode (Advanced)Calibrate ReceiverConfigure ReceiverWing Type & Receiver Mounting OrientationEnable Quick Mode, CH 5… Read more »

OpenTX 2.2.1 – What’s New & Different

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OpenTX 2.2.1ContentsOpenTX 2.2.1FrSKY RadiosFrSKY Horus X10/X12 SeriesFrSKY Taranis X9 SeriesFrSky Taranis X7 SeriesSky9XAll RadiosCompanion This was just a brief overview on the additions, changes and fixes introduced with OpenTX 2.2.1. For a complete list read the release notes. More… FrSKY Radios Added support for X10 and X10S Added support for X7S… Read more »

FrSKY & It’s Equipment

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About FrSKYContentsAbout FrSKYAuthorized DealersFeatures Common To All FrSKY TransmittersAvailable Transmitter ModelsTaranis X-Lite ($120)Taranis Q X7 ($110) & X7S ($184)Taranis X9D+ ($189) & X9D+SE ($257)Taranis X9E ($315)Horus X10 ($369) & X10S ($430)Horus X12S ($499)Available Receiver Models ($10 to $25)X Series S Series Receivers R Series Receivers/Redundancy BusXM Series Receivers Available Sensor… Read more »

Quad Race Start Sequence – GoRace

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OpenTX Lua Function ScriptContentsOpenTX Lua Function ScriptDescriptionDownloadFile LocationsConfigurationComments, Questions & HelpCredits This script mimics the start sequence for quad racing. Pilots get their quads ready on the start line. They then return to their seats and get ready to race. The race official tells them to arm their quads and… Read more »

Getting Started With Lua Function Scripts

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 OpenTX Lua Function ScriptsContentsOpenTX Lua Function ScriptsWhat Is A Function ScriptFunction Script File LocationSetup Using The TransmitterSample Script Setup What Is A Function Script Selected and configured on the special functions screen by selecting the Lua Script function They are executed based on switch position Typically used for customized announcements… Read more »

Telemetry Display On An iPad or iPhone

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iMSB ModuleContentsiMSB Module OverviewSetupTransmitter & ModuleExternal Module BayModel Menu Setup ScreenX9 Series Battery BayRadio Menu Hardware ScreenModel SetupiOS AppDownload & InstallModel SettingsSensorsTelemetry View ConfigurationUsing The AppViewing & Listening To Telemetry iMSB Bluetooth Module to display FrSKY telemetry on an iOS device (iMSB.ch)   Overview Bluetooth module that is wired to an FrSKY… Read more »

RPM Head Speed

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OpenTXContentsOpenTXDisplaysSensorTheoryExampleInformation FlowConfiguration ChoicesRPM Sensor HardwareOpenTX RPM TelemetryHead Speed CalculationsSetupCompanion FileComments, Questions & HelpCredits The head speed of a helicopter is the revolutions per minute of the main rotor. The OpenTX RPM sensor has two fields that will help calculate the head speed: Blades Set Blades = Number of Main Gear… Read more »

Head Speed

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OpenTX Lua Telemetry ScriptContentsOpenTX Lua Telemetry ScriptDescriptionDownloadFile LocationConfigurationComments, Questions & HelpCredits The head speed of a helicopter is the revolutions per minute of the main rotor. Gear Ratio = Main Gear/Pinion Gear Number Of Teeth Head Speed = RPM/Gear Ratio Head Speed = RPM x Pinion/Main Description Displays the helicopter’s… Read more »

RPM – Setup

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OpenTXContentsOpenTXSensorDisplaysMotor DetailsSetupTestingSensor Pole Pair Setting Sensor FrSKY RPM Sensor (USA World) Displays RPM (Revolutions Per Minute) Motor Details Determine the number of magnetic poles (blades in OpenTX) Emax MT1806-2280KV Framework 12N14P 14P = 14 Magnets = 7 Pole Pairs = 7 blades in OpenTX Note the KV 2280 revolutions per… Read more »