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Author Topic: Turnigy i10 / ia10 PPM output  (Read 3838 times)

Offline Papangelo

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Turnigy i10 / ia10 PPM output
« on: May 11, 2016, 19:44:57 »

I';m new to the hobby and I just got my first "real" radio, a Turnigy TGY-i10 with a TGY-ia10 RX that I picked up at a very good price in a HK sale event. Being noob to both the unit and a lot of the concepts, I am finding the manual really hard going.

In the RX setup section, there is an check box, "RX PPM Output" which I gather should make the receiver do the PPM thing.

The manual says of the RX:
OUT: Represent i-BUS port of outputting PPMS data and be used for connecting the serial bus receiver to expand channels.

So that';s totally clear then  :huh

The RX setup section in the manual doesn';t even mention the tick box.

I';m intending on using the PPM output to drive my Naza v2 to keep the wiring simple unless there';s a good reason I shouldn';t as that';s how the DJI FC in my friend';s Phantom is wired.

If it doesn';t say, which port of the TXY-ia10 would you expect the PPM to come out of or will it come out of all of them?


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Re: Turnigy i10 / ia10 PPM output
« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2016, 11:12:20 »

PPM out is on Pin set 1


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Re: Turnigy i10 / ia10 PPM output
« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2016, 14:01:40 »
Thank you  ~~

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Re: Turnigy i10 / ia10 PPM output
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2018, 04:04:42 »
how to multi protocol for turnigy i 10 ???

 :hmm: :hmm: :hmm:

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Re: Turnigy i10 / ia10 PPM output
« Reply #4 on: January 13, 2018, 05:18:32 »
Hobbyking got me with an "Amazing TGY i10 offer" too. It's not a bad radio as such, but HK/Turnigy have made the firmware progressively worse and more bug riddled with every new version they released. I found version to be the best balance between features and stability, But this version doesn't have any multirotor specific options. It's a shame because the hardwares really well made. After lots of emails to HK asking when they'll be releasing a stable firmware for the TGY i10 they finally replied pretty much saying there's not going to be any new firmwares now.

In the end I realised that the only way to get a bug free current firmware for the TGY i10 was to replace it with the Flysky FS i10 it had been based on. I did that a few months ago and haven't looked back.
I need a pay rise........ Though I'd settle for a reduction in the amount of hours I need to work to get the same money.