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    Skylark Long Range UHF 433Mhz FPV System TX/RX

    Skylark Long Range UHF 433Mhz FPV System TX/RX
    http://www.skylarkfpv.com/store/inde...product_id=106

    1. Features

    A. PWM(1-8CH),PPM(S-Bus),Digital RSSI

    B. Control distance > 10KM

    C. RF Power 1000mW

    D. Data communication with frequency hopping technology

    E. Support failsafe setting

    F. Plug and play for Futaba remote control

    2.Specification

    A. Transmitter supply voltage:10V-16.8V Current: <500mA

    B. Receiver supply voltage:4V-8.4V Current:<50mA

    3. User Manual

    http://www.skylarkfpv.com/download/4...ser_Manual.pdf

    Last edited by skylark; 29th May 2014 at 11:24 PM.
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    Who did you send this to for beta testing? Are there any out in actual pilots' hands?
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    I keep thinking I should give up crashing too ... I guess it is an addiction.
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    Me----"This is a results may vary type of hobby, get used to it."

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    That servo wire connector is just an accident waiting to happen if you ask me...
    Don't worry... I'm from the Quarry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreKotze View Post
    That servo wire connector is just an accident waiting to happen if you ask me...
    Why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MASHTON1138 View Post
    Who did you send this to for beta testing? Are there any out in actual pilots' hands?
    Sold about 50PCS now
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    okay but has anyone actually flown with it yet?
    Quote Originally Posted by whakahere View Post
    I keep thinking I should give up crashing too ... I guess it is an addiction.
    Quote Originally Posted by CaliDave
    Who sliced open that tauntaun?
    Me----"This is a results may vary type of hobby, get used to it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreKotze View Post
    That servo wire connector is just an accident waiting to happen if you ask me...
    Quote Originally Posted by skylark View Post
    Why?
    It can be accidentally unplugged while flying - potentially causing a crash. It needs to be more secure...
    Last edited by Kotze101; 25th January 2014 at 12:58 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreKotze View Post
    It can be accidentally unplugged while flying - potentially causing a crash. It needs to be more secure...
    I don't think so. Servo connections are pretty sturdy in my experience.. Tape it if you want.
    Cool product there Skylark! I'm with Mashton though, I'd like to see some beta testing. The price is sure nice, I'd test it but I don't know if Sander would like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreKotze View Post
    It can be accidentally unplugged while flying - potentially causing a crash. It needs to be more secure...
    The possibility of this is very low, unless intention, we haven't get any feedback about this problem now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MASHTON1138 View Post
    okay but has anyone actually flown with it yet?
    Yes, but current customers are mainly concentrated in China now.
    A customer who is in California just received his 433Mhz RX/TX yesterday.
    Last edited by skylark; 25th January 2014 at 05:22 AM.
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