2.4 GH working combinations.

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2.4 GH working combinations.

Post by kiklo » Sat 3. Feb 2018 20:41

Would it be of common interest to put up a table of what we have verified to work ?

Containing

Transmitter name and link?, Receiver and link, ESC or motor servo and link, Steering-servo and link, battery V + number of cells, gimmicks, - Comments


Anything missing ?
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Kim K.

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Re: 2.4 GH working combinations.

Post by kiklo » Sat 3. Feb 2018 21:00

Of course, motor name and spec. Link
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Re: 2.4 GH working combinations.

Post by Ned » Sat 3. Feb 2018 21:41

Yes ! This info would be very helpful.

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Re: 2.4 GH working combinations.

Post by NFBrown » Sun 4. Feb 2018 04:26

Ned, would you like input to this thread? The following components were driving my 917 around the floor a few minutes ago:

Steering servo Hobby king HK5320 This seems to be powerful enough and it's small

ESC Aliexpress F05427 10 A brushed two way no brake Needs two Li ion cells to run the motor I wish one would do it would save space

I'm using a Frsky receiver that's smaller than the Flysky and matches my airplane transmitter. I'm looking for a really small Flysky receiver that has servo outputs rather than a "bus "output.

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Re: 2.4 GH working combinations.

Post by NFBrown » Sun 4. Feb 2018 21:25

Sorry Kim, I saw Ned's name on the index and though he had started the thread.

Can someone measure the Flysky receiver without it's case?

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Re: 2.4 GH working combinations.

Post by kiklo » Mon 5. Feb 2018 10:25

NP.
flysky receiver is. in mm 32(+antenna) x 20 x 11.5 (6 without connector pins)
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Re: 2.4 GH working combinations.

Post by kiklo » Mon 5. Feb 2018 16:21

Test dry run.

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Re: 2.4 GH working combinations.

Post by kiklo » Mon 5. Feb 2018 19:38

BRW tracking test.

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Re: 2.4 GH working combinations.

Post by NFBrown » Tue 6. Feb 2018 03:39

Very impressive, Kim. I see your ESC is working on one cell. I better do some more investigation.

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Re: 2.4 GH working combinations. Steering test

Post by kiklo » Sat 10. Feb 2018 14:36

Different steering setup. Pulling - pushing - etc.
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