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

  1. #4811
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    It should be as simple as putting the RX into bind by pressing the button and then following the menu on the TX to do the same.

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    Turn on the Transmitter, go to the menu, "Bind". Then turn on the RX, and press the button.

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    Change the transmitter back to 868. Then turn on both the transmitter and receiver. Then change the transmitter to 915, and it will change the receiver, too.

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    Cheers guys! I did Matt's method & it worked first time. I just had to cut the heatshrink off the RX as it was too stiff to push the bind button through it
    All changed to 915 now! Next step is to get the LQ/RSSI setup.

    One question though... when I unplug my quad, it takes a good few seconds before the TX reports that telemetry is lost.. is that normal? With FrSky 2.4GHz the telemetry lost alarm is pretty much instant.

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    that's normal.. it has a delay so that in flight, the signal has a chance to reconnect before it goes to failsafe.

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    With my FrSky Taranis X9D (not the Plus) running OpenTX 2.2.2 & the Crossfire TX Lite / Crossfire Nano RX. I have the Nano RX wired up with CH1 going to the FC UART3 RX & CH2 going to UART 3 TX, (+%V & GND connected to FC +5V & GND). I have UART 3 set to Serial Receiver in the betaflight ports tab & CRSF set in the betaflight Configuration tab. I can see the connection OK in the betaflight receiver tab & all the controls work as they should. I have had a couple of test flights.. no problems.

    However, I only get the following sensors show up when I discover new sensors in the Taranis :
    1. 1RSS
    2. GPS
    3. Ptch
    4. FM
    5. RxBt

    Shouldn't there be more like LQ, RSSI, RLQY & RFMD? The FC has a current sensor & VBAT measurement.. so I assume I should have those sensors showing too.

    Any ideas what I am doing wrong & how to fix it? Cheers!

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    Is it possible to do longrange> 30 km with the crossfire (1w - 2w)+ Nano RX?
    Because i have a dragonlink V3 that I intend to sell
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    No doubts that the RC Link will work, just telemetry might be an issue...
    Using a 868 Yagi, I can imagine even full telemetry will be fine.

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    Thanks, I'm looking for videos but I only see dragonlink performances
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    Dragonlink has a high power receiver for long range telemetry. But it's huge, and I am not sure if 2W UHF TX is a good choice on a small plane. What's about the Crossfire Diversity RX? Not bigger than the powerful Dragonlink one, and I did not manage to reach telemetry limit yet.
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