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Started by Jack, Thursday,November 26, 2015, 20:24:35
Quote from: Jazzz on Saturday,November 05, 2016, 19:34:15 Sorry i thought you were using the kk mini FC As for the wires use all three posertive is always in the centre on the kk2 and signal wire is next to the lcd screen Your brown is negative your red is posertive and your yellow is signal wire sorry again if I';m confusing
Quote from: Jazzz on Sunday,November 06, 2016, 21:51:47 From the look of the motors there like some I have and there 3 cell.If your planing on getting a video transmitter you willHave to no what voltage it';s and also the camera to decide Which power distribution bored you should get .Some simple fpv set ups like the one I have just plug in to the balance port of the battery to power video transmitter And camera .So if your set up is 3 cell you';ll need a set up that takes a range from about 11 volts to 17 volts to cope with the drop in volteg when your flying
Quote from: ched999uk on Sunday,November 06, 2016, 21:53:29 I don';t know if this is of any help. You can practice using a simulator called FPV Freerider that may help you learn cheaply. The software is about $6 (I think there is a Linux version) and there is a free demo to test with, then you need a transmitter that can connect to your computer. Most transmitters have a training port on the back or side. You can get a cable for about $5 to connect the tx to your computer.The simulator is designed for a 250 sized quad but you can slow its performance down a bit. It might help you with eye hand coordination.There is also a simulator called Heli-X6 which has a free version and has a phantom sized quad you can again use your tx to practice with.Hope that helps?
Quote from: Jack on Sunday,November 06, 2016, 22:10:50 I was going to ask about simulator and I';m glad you told me. Do you think it would work with my FlySky CT6B and I do have cable for it to plug in it the computer.
Quote from: ched999uk on Sunday,November 06, 2016, 22:15:35 Both fpv freerider and heli-x6 have free versions you can try. So no cost just to give them a go.
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