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Thread: TBS CROSSFIRE - Next Generation Long Range R/C System

  1. #4481
    Join Date
    Oct 2013
    Quote Originally Posted by steveno View Post
    Yes, you can only use ppm or sbus, if you want data back to the taranis like gps coords you can add a blackbox, but thats the only option.
    For what it's worth, I've got a disco with a crossfire diversity rx using sbus, with a blackbox to pull the naza GPS data, and then a core pro for OSD, with the crossfire on the BST bus for RSSI and telemetry. It works like a charm.

  2. #4482
    Join Date
    Aug 2014
    Hey TBS, are there any plans to create a Crossfire plate for the PowerCube?

  3. #4483
    hi does anyone know if I can shorten the coax on the stock dipole antenna for the crossfire? or will it affect the way the signal works?
    I want to shorten it so that it will fit better in my pack, with the qx7 radio.
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  4. #4484
    I have recently upgraded most of my quads with Crossfire Micro V2 (previously using Frsky Rx's - XSR and similar) and noticed that I can no longer control my Unify Pro HV from Taranis with the BF lua script (previously I could change VTx settings as well as PIDs directly from Taranis). My Smart Audio wire is still connected to same spare Tx pad on a free UART. The only thing I've changed is my Rx (XSR to Crossfire) and changed the protocol from SBUS to CRSF.
    All channels are working fine and I'm getting all the telemetry but the BF lua script no longer works and I can't change my Unify Pro settings.
    Is this feature supposed to work with Crossfire, or does it only work with SBUS receivers ?

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