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Hi there. Im new. Having problems with my tarot landing gear. Its plugged into ch7 on futaba receiver. When i flick switch on transmitter i can hear a faint click on both legs but no movement. My flight controller is a mini px4 with no aux out terminals.
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Will this OrangeRx R617XL cPPM DSM2/DSMX 6ch Receiver work with FLYSKy FS I6

Started by Dippi, Friday,July 21, 2017, 19:14:37

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ched

No. Flysky tx need to bind with flysky rx.
Have a look here https://goo.gl/H111Ve
I try :-)

Dippi

Quote from: ched999uk on Friday,July 21, 2017, 19:15:54
No. Flysky tx need to bind with flysky rx.


I actually got it a few weeks back, and it said compatible with many different receivers. It was just lying around in  the box, so though might use it for the next build.

Reman

You don';t necessarily need a "Flysky" branded receiver. For the FS-i6 transmiter you just need one thats made to use either the AFHDS 2A or AFHDS protocol (Preferabley 2A as its newer and offers telemetry). There';s a few different brands out there that';ll work, most are rebranded stuff Flysky produce for other companys, but its handy to know whats what because some companies may be selling the same rebranded recever for less than the original.

Flysky stuff might also be branded as Turnigy, Eachine or iRangex amongst others, but as long as you make sure its running the AFHDS 2A protocol you';ll be golden.
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.

Dippi

Quote from: Reman on Sunday,July 23, 2017, 15:23:38
You don';t necessarily need a "Flysky" branded receiver. For the FS-i6 transmiter you just need one thats made to use either the AFHDS 2A or AFHDS protocol (Preferabley 2A as its newer and offers telemetry). There';s a few different brands out there that';ll work, most are rebranded stuff Flysky produce for other companys, but its handy to know whats what because some companies may be selling the same rebranded recever for less than the original.

Flysky stuff might also be branded as Turnigy, Eachine or iRangex amongst others, but as long as you make sure its running the AFHDS 2A protocol you';ll be golden.


Thank you a lot, this was a very informative piece. Very important and precise explanation specially for a newbie like me.