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

  1. #4781
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    How warm is the crossfire supposed to get? i left mien running at 500mw indoors for a radio battery test, but after 35 minutes the heat sinks were so hot that you yank your fingers away from them if you touch them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macfly1202 View Post
    Does the Nano RX support “MAVLink PPM (aka RC over mavlink) ? I'm using XF on micro Rx and nano and the nano doesn't seem to have this option in Rx menu. Not a real problem but need to know please.

    Thanks
    I would like to know this as well! Trying to figure this out since hours!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danielschafer View Post
    I would like to know this as well! Trying to figure this out since hours!
    Yes it does support this. You need to set output 4 to MAVLink to make the setting show up on the previous page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perna View Post
    Yes it does support this. You need to set output 4 to MAVLink to make the setting show up on the previous page.
    Thanks for your answer!
    But it defenetly does not work for me!
    It works with the micro rx but not with the nano rx.
    I tested several fw versions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielschafer View Post
    Thanks for your answer!
    But it defenetly does not work for me!
    It works with the micro rx but not with the nano rx.
    I tested several fw versions.
    Can you give more details about what's not working? Does the same firmware work with the micro but not with the nano?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perna View Post
    Can you give more details about what's not working? Does the same firmware work with the micro but not with the nano?
    I'm using several TBS Crossfires for all my ArduPlanes.
    With the Diversity RX and the Micro RX I can use the "RC over MAVLINK" feature.
    With the Nano RX there is no "RC over MAVLINK" feature!

    I tried different FW versions including the latest stable and the latest beta. It just works with the Diversity RX and with the Micro RX, but not with the Nano RX!

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    Having an issue and not sure if there is a way to fix it.I recently tried to install Crossfire on my popwing that has been running dragonlink for a while with no issues and having a problem. I am using the micro rx with the servo breakout board running sbus to a micro vector. After I plug in the batteries the servos move to like half deflection when the esc does its three startup beeps. Also as I increase throttle the servos will deflect. I can only think the receiver is getting some kind of interference from the system. It all works normally if I use the dragonlink.Anyone ever seen any issues similar to this?
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    If it's a steady deflection, then I suspect it's a setup or output mapping issue, not interference. The servo breakout board is poorly labled, they are just four different outputs, not just channels. Everything's a guess without pix or vids showing connections, adverse actions, and Crossfire setup. Was Vector wizard run again? Is SBUS inverted/non-inverted?

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    True it wasn’t enough detail. It was normal sbus. The wizard was rerun on install. Pics showing receiver show sbus on output one. The other two servo connectors have ground and 5v only and the Vector controls the signal. Just tested again with my Dragonlink setup and works with no issues.
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    Crossfire with Graupner MZ-24

    Is it known at which update rate the packages are sent when using the MZ-24 with Pro software and CRSF V2 enabled?

    For its own 2.4 GHz transmission the rate at which new controll commands are send is 100 Hz. Crossfire can do 150 Hz, but what does the Graupner radio output when set to CRSF V2?

    150 Hz, 100 Hz, or maybe only 50 Hz?


    Thanks in advance!

    EDIT: Graupner said they update the CRSF V2 with 100Hz. What does that mean for the crossfire?
    Will that result in jitter when using the 150 Hz mode? Or does it also have a 100Hz mode?
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