TX/RX set up
|Michael Wright||13/06/2018 21:38:41|
|61 forum posts|
Hi, looking for more advice please!
I have now got my Multiplex Heron up and running and enjoying great thermal flights.
I am starting to think that a vario would be nice but I have no idea what to get.
The set up I have is a Spektrum DX9 (black edition) and a Lemon 10 channel rx.
What would you suggest?
|Denis Watkins||13/06/2018 21:52:19|
|2985 forum posts|
Some stuff on this site Michael **LINK**
|Frank Skilbeck||13/06/2018 22:56:02|
4068 forum posts
I use a SM Modelbau Unisens E sensor in my Heron with my Multiplex radio, vario, altimeter, volts, amps and mah all in one small sensor, it works with Spektrum too, but I'm not familiar with the Lemon Rx and it's telemetry sensor interface.
|Steve J||14/06/2018 07:25:40|
710 forum posts
Lemon do a receiver with a built in vario.
Alternatively, you could get a genuine Spektrum telemetry unit and vario. Be aware that some aftermarket sensors do not work with the new Spektrum receivers with integrated telemetry.
352 forum posts
Just get a Lemon LM0052
And get a satellit for it
And then you are flying
They also have a LM0053U
It is without the Amp and battery pack plugs, a bit cheaper for gliders without motor..
I have 3 in some of my gliders and they are working great, much cheaper and have better telemetri range than Spektrum telemetri recivers
|Michael Wright||14/06/2018 22:01:06|
|61 forum posts|
Thanks for the replies everybody.
I will be going the route you mentioned, by the way I programed my DX9 as per your video and it is BRILLIANT !! thanks again for your advice!
|Bruce Collinson||15/06/2018 09:18:16|
|97 forum posts|
There are currently I think 4 Herons flying at our club, all on Spektrum txs; two have Lemon telemetric rxs with vario and a third is about to have (mine) when I've mended the Wot 4 tail, plumbed theYak, maidened a little Sukhoi, got an ASP to idle and transition, solved Middle Eastern peace and fused the atom.
They seem to work very well, as generally do Lemon rxs. The ones being fitted here have volts and temp built in. Beware import duty.
Hope this helps.
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