Jumper T12 W/Hall Gimbals & Hobbymate D16 Frsky Receiver Review

By Portland_Pilot_88 on Jan 03, 2019

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Hobbymate Frsky D16 Full Range Transmitter


SBUS - SmartPort telemetry - Diversity Antennas (full range) - Small and light weight
Dimension: 20154mm (without antenna) Operating voltage range: 4.0~6V
Weight: <2g Operating current range: 80mA@5V
Number of channels: 16ch (SBUS) Effective distance: full distance (>1.5km)
RSSI (Signal Strength Indication) output: 0-3.3v Antenna: IPEX replaceable
Data return: S.port compatibility: FrSky D16 Mode

Just recieved this transmitter and RX from Amazon yesterday and got the RX installed in my brand new Ascent 4" build that I had ready and waiting for this RX to go in! ( Once i had the RX soldered up it was very easy to get to bind using the large bind button on top and everything went as expected in the setup in Betaflight. As is often the case, I had to adjust the scalling for it to show 100% in the OSD but after that it was working

The Jumper JP4IN1 Module features the CC2500 NRF24L01 A7105 and CYRF6936 RF Chip modules all integrated on one board. This module can convert standard PPM signals form module equipped radios in to the RF protocols used by most radios in the market today (See RF Chip data below). This module is plug and play with module equipped radios in the FrSKY series and requires no complex wiring or hacking to get running. The module is a great way to improve the enjoyment of your flying experience, using a better radio such as the FrSKY Taranis series rather than the low grade radios commonly included with most kits offers an night and day difference in performance. The Jumper JP4IN1 module is also upgradable via USB input



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Itaalh   Jan 06, 2019  

could you test the master/slave mod with a taranis X9D+ please ?
I can't get any information on this !
thank you !

Portland_Pilot_88   Jan 08, 2019 

Not familiar with this mod and also don't have an X9D+ to test with unfortunately. Just a QX7

Itaalh   Jan 09, 2019 

kind of.
but just using a cable instead of a hack with an additionnal Rx.
this trick is good to know anyway, thanks for the link !

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