How about a custom, Italian design, crabon kick-stand for FrSky X10 Horus? You know, FrSky somehow forgot about making this accessory and it's a super useful thing.
Niccolo designed it and now he is offering this great Horus accessory for others.
I do not why, but FrSky does not want to keep things simple. Not only it's migrating from ACCST to ACCESS, it also makes a mess with FrSky R9M system by releasing new hardware that looks like old hardware, has a very similar name and can run ACCESS but only on some radios, not on the other. The nightmare…. Today let's compare the FrSky R9M transmitter module I own for last (almost) 2 years with a brand new FrSky R9M2019…
Jumper T16 RC transmitter messed around in the RC hobby in the last few weeks. FrSky wants to ban it since according to them it’s a clone of FrSky X10 (bullshit by the way). The question is: is Jumper T16 a good radio transmitter worth the money and what’s more important, is it a real competition for FrSky Q X7, X9D Taranis and X10. The answer is quite simple: Jumper T16 is a good radio but everything else is a little complicated. Let’s do the review then!
On a first glace, FrSky X9 Lite looks like a thing you might want to have. As your first radio even when you are entering a hobby, or as a secondary transmitter just in case when the first one dies on you. Theory often does not match reality tho. I doubt there are samples around independent reviewers yet so it will have to wait to know if it’s any good. But until then we can take a look a specification and think if it really looks like a good radio at all…
In today’s “beginners” episodes: how to bind FrSky receivers with OpenTX radios. Almost all receivers: FrSky X8R, X4R, XSR, R-XSR, XM, XM+ but also “long-range” R series like R9, R9 Slim, R9 mini. With all the FrSky (and not only) OpenTX radios: Taranis X9D, Taranis Q7, X-Lite, Horus X10S, Horus X12 and so on… But also Jumper T16 or Nirvana.
- You should not trust a guy on YouTube that says that he knows it all
- OpenTX “no signal” is not the best failsafe setting when FrSky S.BUS devices are used and why
- Than “Hold” failsafe setting might actually be a better option when S.BUS is used
- How to setup Failsafe in INAV to have the best experience and safe flight
Looks like FrSky R9 system (R9M TX and R9 Slim, Mini and R9MM family) are finally a usable product. With latest FLEX firmware released and OpenTX 2.2.3 on the loose, it's a good idea to upgrade all R9 gear and finally do not have to worry about FCC and EU-LBT versions.