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Thread: Solder Connections for Telemetry / LUX and XSR

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    Solder Connections for Telemetry / LUX and XSR

    Oh my heck. There is so much to learn!

    I just purchased an FrSky Taranis X9D and and XSR rx. I read that I can get telemetry such as battery voltage and receiver signal strength.

    Where does the Smart Port connection from the XSR get soldered to on the LUX so I can get both battery voltage and receiver signal strength?

    Thanks.

    Jim

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    FPV Techanic RonSII's Avatar
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    The manual while brief cover this, a couple of people I've seen with them used uart3... I am pretty sure there are even some videos in one of the threads here that cover the taranis and lux telem setup, but can't remember where they are... search is your friend :-)

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    I've tried searches and there's a lot of different responses for similar receivers and nothing I could find specific to the XSR. What is super confusing is all the new terminology and abbreviations. I have no clue what some of the stuff means. Further, there is RSSI language in the FrSky documentation and there is an RSSI solder pad on the LUX. How's one to understand how this stuff connects up"

    Help!

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    The port UART3 is labeled (t3) I believe on the lux board, this is where the wire carrying the telemetry signal from your receiver goes.

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