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    Powering Dragonlink on Spektrum

    Hey all, what's the most efficient and easiest way to power the Dragonlink (v3) tx module on a Spektrum Dx7. I also have a Taranis but have my EZUFH set up there and really prefer the Spektrum gimbals.

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    Powering Dragonlink on Spektrum

    I personally use an external 3s 1000mah velcroed to my DL tx.

    Edit: that is with DL V2

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    i also use a external 1000mah 3s battery

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    Thanks. No easy way to use the main tx battery?

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    I have seen a guy do it on here with a dx9. To me it just didn't seem necessary..


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