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FrSky 2.4G ACCST Taranis Q X7 16 Channels Transmitter Remote Controller Black
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- Quad Ball Bearing Gimbals
- Real-time Flight Data Logging
- Receiver Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) Alerts
- Audio Speech Outputs (values, alarms, settings, etc.) ※(1)
- Model configuration files compatible with TARANIS X9D Plus
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This is the latest powerful radio system from FrSky, the Taranis Q X7. This is a lightweight feature packed reliable system and it comes in black or white color scheme. The radio includes a Haptic Vibration Feedback System which provides an alternative feedback system to the voice and sound alert warnings. This 16 channel radio has smooth ball bearing gimbals and is loaded with six switches and two knobs. It runs on OpenTX and files can be shared with the popular X9D Plus. The MicroSD card slot offers unlimited model memory options , it also has a USB port for upgrades and to connect to a PC for adjusting settings. Both sticks come with spring loaded return to center sticks, this makes changing from mode 1 to mode 2 extremely easy to set through the menu and the stick can quickly be set to a stationary throttle by unscrewing four screws and removing a spring. One of the best features of the Taranis Q X7 is its full telemetry capability, as well as RSSI signal strength feedback. Wheel and center enter button makes navigating the backlit menu easy and precise. Equipped with an audio jack output and trainer port as well. And of course a module bay for use with JR-type modules that can be used with other protocol receivers and with the use of a FrSky XJT module this radio can support up to 32-channels.
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One issue I did have was not having the correct microSD in the module. I reformatted/tried a 64gb and it never read (and yes, I know its overkill but its all I had at the time), so I purchased an 8gb (the smallest my shop would sell) and THEN it was working fine. You can use a 2S battery rather than the 6-tray AA compartment they have to save some monies.
That being said, this is easily the best entry level transmitter you can buy. Its only marginally worse than the X9D, which costs nearly 2x as much. The quality is absolutely fantastic, and this transmitter is VERY easy to take apart and modify (basically plug and play with a 2S battery, that way you don't have to chew through 6 AA batteries).
Connecting to your PC is easy, only need a USB to USB Mini-B connector, and you can be flying in your favorite drone sim in no time.
2s balance lead extension was bought so I can plug in other size 2s batteries. 500mah will power this thing for several hours of flying. I went through 4 battery cycles with 12 batteries each day and it lasted 2 days before I had to charge the 500mah.
Takes a bit of getting used to configuration since it has two distinct menu systems.
Switches are bit flimsy - I dropped mine from a few inches and snapped one of the front switch handle off - the switch handle could be a little thicker since this WILL be used in the field and subject to some banging around.
I think it would be nice to provide a rechargeable battery for the unit - they kind of leave it up to you to find one that's compatible.
I've seen this attitude in other open hardware projects - they expect the user to be a geek and McGuyver something to work.
That firmware update is required to run the multiprotocol module. Mine came with OpenTx 2.2, but you have to click the multimodule button as you’re configuring the firmware in the companion. This step isn’t done in the version it comes installed with.
Once I had the right firmware and channel configuration (that’s the AETR piece), I was off to the races adding all of my WLtoys helicopters (several V911s, a v911 pro, and a couple of v977s). I’ll try my other helos that have DSM2 receivers in the next couple of days.