Product discussion & questions for;
FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Telemetry Module & V8FR-II RX
Prego (81 points)
6/7/2013
  Guys... I already have a Futaba T9CAP with a FrSky module working perfectly, but it has just 14 models memory and I already have 18 models including heli, airplanes, quadricopter and gliders. So I am planning to buy the Turnigy 9XR transmitter and put on it a FrSky module, my question is: Can I use this module with the receivers that I already have with the FrSky Futaba mode? (the receivers that I have are V8R4-II, V8R4, D6FR and D8R-II PLUS) Also this DJT module is better the DF module? Thanks
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes, this receivers all use the same protocol ACCST, so they are compatible. DF and DJT modules.... Here is little mess because HK has typo in title of "FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w Module & RX" because DF is futaba formfactor module, but combo is for JR with DJT module. Both combos for JR has the same DJT module included and differs only in RX One is with telemetry (ID: DJT ), other is without telemetry(ID: JR-Combo). Both has same module DJT
-Reply from Prego (81 points);
hi v_max, thanks for your message, it really helped me... well will buy this one. Thanks

JRexA (29 points)
9/7/2010
  Is the FrSKY ACCST CE Approved? and does it come with CE Approval marks attached?
     
-Reply from JRexA (29 points);
It will be perfect, if All products has the CE status on the Specifikations.
-Reply from JRexA (29 points);
When looking at the individual product pictures, I can see that it is CE marked. Just had to remember using my reading glasses....
-Reply from dtm360 (103 points);
Mine has a CE2200, FCC ID: xyfv8ftr on the back of the module... so is that a yes??!!
-Reply from wchiro (188 points);
Yes it does. On the back of the module it's marked CE2200 FCC ID:XYFV8FTR On the receiver there are 4 markings: RoHS, FCC, CE and the 4th one is a marking I can't identify.
-Reply from SOFTEC (12 points);
Yes it is RoHS compilant, it has FCC and CE appproval clearly marked on the box. All marks are in the botom right corner of the box.
tdbchess (33 points)
9/5/2010
  Hi everybody, Hi want to know if this combo is compatible with the MX12 Graupner radio ? Thanks Thomas
     
-Reply from dtm360 (103 points);
If it helps, according to the manual the JR module works with MX-22 and MX-24S.......
-Reply from hotzenplotz (242 points);
The module is compatible with MX12 and MX16. I have a module installed in my MX16 works properly. But can also install DIY module.
fliegerpez (37 points)
9/3/2010
  Hallo,

will the Hack Module also be stocked? And if Yes, when?
Nice greetings..
     
-Reply from ppxav (1225 points);
what about the futaba module ?
cheers
xav

-Reply from doyouflytoo (167 points);
They have them.
hubbie (5 points)
4/27/2012
  Is this module compatible with the Turnigy 9 x ?
     
-Reply from Dmitry (12 points);
yeah, i have one inside myne t9x
-Reply from hubbie (5 points);
Thanks Dmitry, I'll buy one.
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
Yes but better option is the one with the D8R receiver so you have full 2 way telemetry.
sidd232 (991 points)
7/27/2011
  Hey guys i have been experiencing a small issue with this system, i have the first version and use with 4,7 and 8 ch rx's frsky indeed, the problem is that it has been now two times that i have to rebind all the rx's because the module just kind of "disconnects" to the rx's, is that normal?, i am worried that i can happen when flying, some help will be appreciated.
     
-Reply from sunshadow8 (52 points);
its normal, im using it too. the transmitter see it when you change the model, but the hf cant see it. it havent model match. but its a cool system, with the booster i have now sure 8km range.
good luck
-Reply from bishop15972 (5 points);
hobby king thanks his module is excellent and the shipping of the first great because I am very happy with what I did to my radio Turnigy 9x v2 have five stars and more ... and will continue buying from you thanks friends ... hopefully put a store in PERU ... ja ja ja live there ... greetings recommend the 2.4Ghz module DJT FrSky incredible price and quality ... perfect fit to the radio and coupling the signal to the receiver in an easy and well described ... I recommend buy them ...
-Reply from bishop15972 (5 points);
Hello, this day use my module frsky and behaved very well in terms of range and also during the flight will not experience signal loss, but still would like a consultation to anyone who can help me first of all to have a checkup and had a pre-flight problem of possible interference on the ground to have a receiver connected to the hexTronik voltage Display when testing the rudder did not respond but just the voltage meter away was returning to work I checked several times and finally take the option to disconnect and went on with my flight glider that lasted about two hours without a hitch ... appreciate your help ... regards
adlers83 (354 points)
11/2/2010
  Where can I buy a new Antenna (the normal black Antenna like in the picture)
only this antenna without extended wire or anything!
     
-Reply from wchiro (188 points);
Just do a search on Google for 2.4Ghz antenna
-Reply from kd4gfy (23 points);
the 2.4ghz wifi antennas work just fine and are easy to find.
grichard55555@u (221 points)
12/1/2010
  Has this module and receiver updated to the v2 software? and has the hv 8 and 7ch receivers that you now carry been updated to v2 software as well?
     
-Reply from epo flyer (53 points);
only the telemetry versions have the v2 software
avivik (70 points)
3/18/2013
  When using this module in the 9X, do you have to disconnect the antenna wire inside the transmitter? I didn't do it in mine, and saw no problems with it. I have the 9X that comes without the module.
     
-Reply from ripcurl777 (480 points);
There are a lot of duscussions about that. I also think you dont need to remove the internal antenna. Cuase on th 9XR it is also not necessary... Correct me if im wrong :)
-Reply from Electromagnetize (1 points);
If you put two antennas within near-field range of each other, you are going to experience the effects of mutual coupling. If one is not connected to anything else than it may act as a director or a reflector which will change the overall radiation pattern. More importantly though, I can cause an impedance mismatch which can negatively affect your antenna efficiency. I would remove the unused antenna.
*MoNSteR* (847 points)
9/3/2010
  When will you be adding extra receivers?
     
-Reply from H-KING_SCOTT (5349 points);
They're here, in stock. We will probably have them listed tomorrow or Monday.

-Reply from Blue Angel (1500 points);
Yes, great. Please add the telemetry transmitter module and receivers. thanks
-Reply from Larry L (125 points);
will this work W/Turnigy 9X
-Reply from kstmark (316 points);
I think that it would be compatible with the turnigy 9X because turnigy is compatible with JR modules. It would be better if Jason ensure the compatibility. I can imagine turnigy 9x FrSKY module orange rx=the best choice
-Reply from crash55 (27 points);
FR Sky equipment is absolutely first rate, thanks Hobby King for getting this great gear in. I have already bought tested and used this gear and the range is out of sight the reliability has not let me down yet. I does bind in a flash unlike other systems. I have just put my order in Hobby KIng. Well done they will sell like hot cakes.

Best wishes

Chris
-Reply from Felar Furlong (1120 points);
thanks for adding frsky equipment into inventory!
-Reply from *MoNSteR* (847 points);
I ordered one. This is my first HK order in a long time due to the SwissPost ****. If SwisspPost is used to ship this, I will NEVER buy from HobbyKing again, EVER!! I have been buying from HK since their Hobby Kong days on ebay and have seen them grow like no tomorrow, however they are making some bad decisions lately and they will lead to their demise eventually. Especially since a lot of these products can be gotten in the states even cheaper than HK now.
-Reply from H-KING_SCOTT (5349 points);
If you order large Lipo it will be sent SwissPost.
If not, it will go HKP.
-Reply from *MoNSteR* (847 points);
Oh, so if its not a large lipo it goes HKP. Thats good to hear. Swiss post is an absolutely asinine service. What is considered a large LiPo?
-Reply from Such Is Life (251 points);
Larry - Yes they are compatible. The turnigy 9xII would require cutting the aerial wire on the turnigy module though as it is soldered in. RCModelReviews is working on a how-to for this. Bring on the recievers and telemetry version!! Well done HK.
-Reply from mmignacca (18 points);
Somebody say to me if this FrSky module work with turnigy 9x ch (V1) ?? becouse i have a corona module 2.4 and don't work in this transmitter not a bind!!!! HELP !!!
-Reply from VashDao (24 points);
This is not an 8 channel receiver, only 7 channel!!!!! You need to power the receiver using one channel. So it's 8 - 1 = 7 Channel!!!
nowinkk (853 points)
9/7/2010
  How soon will HK bring in the telemetry system?
     
-Reply from doyouflytoo (167 points);
They have the telemetry system, check under Ts/Rx system and parts, then under FrSky
F100CUFFLINK (1044 points)
6/29/2011
  someone said this will work on the trunigy transmitter ,is this true? my turnigy tx modual is no good
thanks
     
-Reply from Desaster (20 points);
I have this in my Turnigy x9 ,works great,or you can Frsky Diy modul. look ****rcmodelreviews****/turnigy9xv2.shtml

Have fun
-Reply from dallos.szabolcs (9 points);
I use it in the last 6 months and works fine!!!
F100CUFFLINK (1044 points)
9/15/2011
  HI GUYS , I NEED A NEW MODUAL AND HERD THAT THE FRSKY IS THE ONE FOR THE TURNIGY , IS THIS THE RIGHT ONE ?
IF NOT CAN SOMONE DIRECT ME TO THE PROPER ONE
THANKS
     
-Reply from D-Creator (52 points);
this is the right one.. i use this module for Turnigy 9x.
-Reply from Szasa (30 points);
Yes, this is perfect fit, and work with Turnigy 9X. You need to remove the original module from radio.
-Reply from F100CUFFLINK (1044 points);
thanks
-Reply from Mohd Zairul (6 points);
good for upgrade module, i have use for JR pcm 9x
-Reply from Alexingo (3 points);
I also have it and works great!!!
Antonio (12 points)
10/19/2011
  When there will be available a module like this one but without antenna, to adapt it to the new Turnigy 9x with 2.4 antenna in the radio case already unfelled?
     
-Reply from Szasa (30 points);
I think never...
-Reply from jmpuk (5 points);
Best way is you to unscrew original tgy9x antena, cut cable, open originaly tgy 9x tx, weld antenna and attach to tx *******azureengineering.blogspot****/2011/02/turnigy-9x-transmitter-module-mod.html
-Reply from Antonio (12 points);
gracias por tu respuesta, pero no sé* que es el ****kink
MIHALIS (121 points)
11/5/2010
  Any news of new shipment guys?
     
Shift86 (190 points)
9/1/2011
  Is this compatitable with the turnigy 9x transmitter without any mods?
     
-Reply from D-Creator (52 points);
yes it's PnP. no mods needed
-Reply from Miget (7 points);
If you have the turnigy 9x v2 then all you have to do is cut the wire at the back of the current module, but it is better signal if you take out the current antenna.
Shift86 (190 points)
7/25/2012
  so this module can recieve telemetry from reciever, like RSSI for example, right? But how do you read the telemetry data? Is it displayed on the screen of the radio the module is connected to, or what?
     
-Reply from RC_HADY (288 points);
Despite the LCD module FrSky FLD-02 Telemetry Display Screen or using the DHT-U. It can also be used after adjusting the HW and FW Turnigy 9x radio.
-Reply from vadav (24 points);
With some mods on the Turnigy 9x all telemetry data can be viewed on the radio screen, other radios can probably do the same. Or you can get the FrSky FLD-02 screen as an addon to view the data.
jojansen (59 points)
9/3/2010
  About the resolution,
11bit = 3072? No way!
10 bit = 1024
11 bit = 2048
12 bit = 4096
and so on. Just the simple binary way of counting.
:-) Johannes
     
-Reply from Trance183 (879 points);
Wow! I wish HK offered this 3 months ago when I was shopping for a new module when my HK Module burnt out. I ended up buying a FlyDream module cause it was cheaper. This module is recommended by RcModelReviews.
Martin (5 points)
1/7/2013
  Hi does this module fit to Hitec Eclipse 7 radio?
     
-Reply from Muhammed (1 points);
No,it doesn't.
John J. (6 points)
4/21/2013
  I have two older JR Century 7 two stick transmitters, (not the alum case single stick) and I am real curious why this item is not in any approved list that I have seen. Is it possible to modify the transmitters so it would work?
     
Michael (157 points)
9/4/2010
  Will you stock a version for Futaba 9C transmitters?
     
-Reply from eezfly (187 points);
Yes When when when?
Henryle (48 points)
11/18/2012
  I can NOT connect it to Turnigy 9x, its almost fit ... and it is not fixed,loose contact, the red and green led is just glow, and the module says klick,klick, klick .... THER IS NO MANUAL! :-(
     
-Reply from Fireadvance (7 points);
Ok ive done this to my 9x, fairly easy. where the 9x pins are to connect the module is a raised piece of plastic around the pins, trim that back by taking the back off and hacking at it and it will fit.
-Reply from Henryle (48 points);
I have now gone 88 km and bought me a Dremle for $ 65, now I have now routed the transmitter bay spins got get the module to snap in all the way in to the bay I post pictures of this. First i disassembled the transmitter bakside and bolted out the circuit board in the back, then it was easy to mill down the pin bay abut 2-3 mm, now it works ! It is very sad to buy things thats do not works, but it is the dark side of buying online.
-Reply from Henryle (48 points);
Now you can see the images under the tab files
Henryle (48 points)
1/25/2013
  Is it DSM2®*- or DSMX®*- compatible ?
     
-Reply from Masayu.H (7 points);
no, it was ACCST 2.4GHz. Has telemetry function. This is one pair as tx module and rx. Not compatible with any DSM rx
kamakazi (26 points)
3/13/2013
  My Jr is a XP783, will this module work with it?
     
-Reply from ripcurl777 (480 points);
Hi kamakazi, yes it is a JR compatibke Module so it should work!
-Reply from kamakazi (26 points);
Thanks Rip, looks like this is just want I need to convert to 2.4
Europha (26 points)
4/12/2013
  Thank you for the tip Remie.
     
fathead431 (580 points)
9/3/2010
  rcmodelreviews will be happy about this!
     
AlexM (18 points)
1/19/2013
  Anyone know what the tx power output is for the FrSky modules, and anyone got a direct comparison between JR and maybe Futaba, I read somwhere that the FrSky is about 10mw less than Spektrum and JR
     
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
****
-Reply from AlexM (18 points);
?? 4 stars, and the aswer is........? :-)
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
Must have been edited for some reason even there was nothing negative in it. It has around 100mW and better range than Spektrum in my Oppinion
AlexM (18 points)
1/19/2013
  anyone fitted a wifi amp to their 2.4ghz radio with a higher gain ant?
     
theo.sti (6 points)
8/27/2012
  I’*ll try and ask this clearly So: This Combo includes DJT module and V8FR-II (thus V1 or what ever) The more expensive one (DF) includes DJT-II (V2) and a D8R-II (thus the module and RX is already V2) NOW FRsky states you can manually update the normal DJT to a V2 but must then also update the RX (V8FR-II) to a V2 to function correctly…* Question1- If I buy this combo (call it V1) with the non telemetry RX AND an extra D8R-II , will the D8R-II work straight out the box with this combo’*s module? Or will I have to upgrade both the module and the V8FR-II to V2 before I will be able to use the D8R-II ???? Question2- If I buy the DF package (V2) and an extra V8FR-II RX, will the V8 work straight out of the box? Or will I then need to upgrade the V8 RX firmware before it works? Question3- Does the RSSI of the D8R-II work with out the lcd unit, like, does it beep from the module?
     
-Reply from Lanius (145 points);
D8RII-plus works perfect with DJT module, I have it. I dont know if V8FR-II works with DJ. To configure the RSSI alarm if you dont have FLD-02 display you need the USB cable (Product ID: FRUSB) to set the alarm values.
giedrash (5 points)
11/8/2013
  Receiver have ppm signal ?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
This one NOT. You need d4r-ii 4Ch rx which can provide full 8ch PPMSUM and RSSI ..
-Reply from giedrash (5 points);
what you offer best for my jr? i need module and receiver with ppm. thanks
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
My choice was THIS combo plus d4r-II RX. (well RX from this combo left unused, but unfortunately DJT TX module is not sold separately) As a result I have lightweight RX, long range and high reliability, failsafe support, ppmsum, telemetry and rssi output for OSD....
-Reply from giedrash (5 points);
but i need more chanells
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
As I told d4r-ii provide full 8ch PPMSUM.
giedrash (5 points)
1/18/2014
  All channels can be programmed with Failsafe, quickly and easily. how to do it?
     
-Reply from fjmb58 (472 points);
Bind your Rx, set the channels on your Tx to the failsafe settings, press the failsafe button on the Rx module and your done.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Just read printed manual which comes with this RX.... procedure of failsafe setting is described well there... (copy available under files tab on this page)
dolanosa (5 points)
4/16/2012
  I bought this setup with a couple of D8R-II receivers. They bind just fine but my range is very short. I'm flying it with the Kinetic 800 and a Sonic 185 and the range seems to be only about 50 meters until I get the two then three beeps. The antennas are outside the plane and one is horizontal while the other is vertical. At first I thought it was the antenna on the TX so I bought a 5db antenna which did not solve the issue. At the flying field, my JR 8103 is now called R2D2 since it beeps incessantly. I have used the V8FR receiver and that seems to work well...no beeps but I'm afraid to use it farther away. BTW, this setup is used in the same flying fields I normally go to as well as some parks but the problem persists. Can anyone help? Thanks.
     
-Reply from Stevegauth30 (80 points);
I can't help,but I'm kind of having the same problem.i used this setup for about a month,with no problems what so ever.then a couple days ago It started to flash off for a second then come right back.at first I thought it was my esc on the way out cause I never got the beeps. This morning I changed the esc,put it in the air,got about 40 m away and lost all signal.head on with the ground.total loss.unfortunatly I think I'm going back to the cheap turnigy 9x module.i used it for two years without
-Reply from dolanosa (5 points);
Any takers on this problem? I'm afraid to use this on a nitro powered plane since I'm not getting 50 meters out before losing all control of an electric plane.
-Reply from Stevegauth30 (80 points);
I replaced the stock antenna and it works perfect now.
-Reply from Stevegauth30 (80 points);
Let me ask you something.might sound stupid but have you ever turned tx on without an antenna screwed od? Even just for a nano second will destroy your module.
old fart (5 points)
3/8/2014
  How do you pronounce FrSky? I have seen FreeSky,frisky, and F R Sky used on the web. Are any of these right?
     
-Reply from madruga (123 points);
Free sky. FRSKY are logo. Good fly
-Reply from old fart (5 points);
Thanks a lot. JamesF
Dragevo (611 points)
10/11/2010
  I installed this today in my 9X, and WOW what a lovely system. But, this module was a tad thicker than the stock Flysky module - it seemed that it would bounce right out. So, I had to remove 1-2 mm of the modules bottom. I chose to dissect it with a hot knife, so I got to see its internals as well - lol. No problem though, I hotglued the pieces together - 6* product.
     
-Reply from Kamoo (8 points);
Did this require any modifications to the internals of your 9X? Also is your 9X a version 2? (with the stock module hardwired?) Thanks.
-Reply from Dragevo (611 points);
No, and yes. : )
-Reply from Kamoo (8 points);
Thanks for your reply Dragevo, I trust you just cut the antenna from the stock module. If you didn't do any internal mods then it looks like it doesn't need the 6V pin from JR type controllers.
-Reply from Dragevo (611 points);
I didn't cut anything other than the plastic case : )
-Reply from Kamoo (8 points);
What did you do with the antenna wire coming out of the stock module?
-Reply from Dragevo (611 points);
The stock module in mine looks pretty much the same as this Frsky module. Note that I'm not using the 9x' original antenna (but I removed it) : )
oreman1 (33 points)
9/15/2010
  Will it work for a JR PCM9?
     
-Reply from mmignacca (18 points);
Somebody say to me if this FrSky module work with turnigy 9x ch (V1) ?? becouse i have a corona module 2.4 and don't work in this transmitter not a bind!!!! HELP !!!
gouki74 (46 points)
7/3/2012
  what are the 2 jumpers for?
     
-Reply from Ladislav (21 points);
You can download the manual on http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uploads/351443040X274344X14.pdf . They are for receiver mode setup. Two way/ V8/ firmware upgrade modes.
-Reply from Mr Alter Ego (18 points);
this is jumpers for select mode of work 1. Two way mode 2. v8 mode 3. not defined 4. firmware upgrade more information you can get at user manual http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uploads/351443040X274344X14.pdf best wishes
Ricardo (6 points)
12/28/2011
  Any one knows if it works for MC24
     
-Reply from Arman (380 points);
If it has the plugs on the right and the left side it should work in theory.
mostafa (5 points)
12/20/2011
  is any body know if this module working with jr 3810 thanks
     
-Reply from monit111 (207 points);
works with all jr
-Reply from gitbse (1 points);
Yes, it is fully Jr compatible
mostafa (5 points)
12/25/2011
  I've got a problem I bought two Module and i try to make it worked all that is required in the manual to run on my jr3810 there is something wrong it is not work I need help from your experience thank you
     
-Reply from Arman (380 points);
Maybe you can give us some more details....
Yogesh (194 points)
9/6/2010
  Can this be used with JR10X ...? please reply
     
Yogesh (194 points)
9/9/2010
  will this work with JR 10X
     
-Reply from flatspin (329 points);
Hobby King's details (above) state that it will work with PCM10, PCM10S and PCM10SX transmitters. As long as your RF Module is the standard JR RF Module used by the 10,10S, 10SX, the JR9, JR9II and the JR8310, you will be OK. However, it is worth remembering that the FrSky Tx module is only an 8 channel transmitter module so the extra two channels on the 10x transmitter won't be encoded in the module. The biggest FrSky receiver is also only 8 channel.
Yogesh (194 points)
9/9/2010
  will this work with JR 10X?????? please help i want to place an order.
     
-Reply from dtm360 (103 points);
Mine works on a 9XII and a 8130, so there should be no problems with the 10x. The manual says it works with 347, 388, 783, u8, pcm10, pcm10s, pcm10sx, pcm10IIs, 8103, 9303, MX-22, MX-24s, PX, 9XII......
Yogesh (194 points)
9/26/2010
  when will HK stock this ***********frsky-rc****/ShowProducts.asp?id=41
     
-MLG- (448 points)
7/6/2012
  When I want to bind the TX and RX I press the bind button and power the TX and TX is beeping and the read light is flashing. Then I press the binding button on the RX an hook it up with batt the red light is not flashing it's just burning. So the binding is unsucesful. And i tried to bind with non telemetry setup, then even on the tx the led didn't wanted to flash,...
     
-Reply from -MLG- (448 points);
HI guys I HAVE MADE IT WORK!! So thx for your help.
-Reply from Captain P2A (40 points);
Check the dip switches on the transmitter module...
-Reply from Aviator3711 (1 points);
Hi MLG I have the same problem as u mentioned above (7/6/12) so what did u di to solve the problem...?? tnx
-Reply from -MLG- (448 points);
I mouved 2-nd switch. :)
totovz (231 points)
1/25/2011
  guys!, anyone who knows the schedule wires on the module, I think on the positive, negative and signal .... Thanks
     
-Reply from NumnutChriS (523 points);
Numbered 1-5 from bottom to top you have 1-Antenna, 2-GND, 3-Vcc, 4-not used, 5-PPM
totovz (231 points)
1/26/2011
  Is not nobody knows.
Maybe you did not understand my question.
Interests schedule contacts on the module.
     
-Reply from NumnutChriS (523 points);
Numbered 1-5 from bottom to top you have 1-Antenna, 2-GND, 3-Vcc, 4-not used, 5-PPM
-Reply from totovz (231 points);
how much this information is correct?
would not have to destroy TX

-Reply from totovz (231 points);
This modul dont fit on my transmitter,I want him to adapt and are interested in me, do I have to input ppm put Stocky diode??

-Reply from NumnutChriS (523 points);
****
-Reply from totovz (231 points);
Thanks!Chris

-Reply from totovz (231 points);
This message is for Numnut ChriS.

I installed the module per your instructions.
Everything works and I am very happy about it.
Thanks again!

-Reply from NumnutChriS (523 points);
Thx totovz- and good luck with your system* I have saved an old Graupner XS-6 (car FM Tx without module) that way, but used a corona JR module.
-Reply from totovz (231 points);
I have a Graupner MX-12 to 40 mhz and I had a lot of interference, especially on my tricopter.I Install the module and I have not tried to trikopter, but I tried it on other models and have no problems in the signal. telemetry before I could use because the interference the RX, but now it's ok.

-Reply from totovz (231 points);
I'm not sure if I should install Stocky diode to the input PPM??

-Reply from NumnutChriS (523 points);
I dont think you need to add anything if you have a new module. Btw I found another possible problem on the JR module. The pins from the Tx really need to be of adequate length to reach into the module where they get tight connection. I used regular 2.54mm pin list to make an own module adapter for a Graupner JR Tx and discovered FrSky needs longer pins comparing eg. assan and corona. I now have FrSky (F) module in a Hitec car Tx and the JR module on a Graupner car Tx (non-module based) with good results. I have also put the hack module into a futaba 6ex.
-Reply from totovz (231 points);
I installed a module so I cut the rear of the chassis of my grupnner.
I removed the old module and installed a new module.
I installed a diode Stocky although works fine without it.
Stocky still protect against adverse fluctuations in the PPM signal output.
Everything works very well, and looks like any other TX which is embedded 2.4 GHz module.

totovz (231 points)
1/28/2011
  NumnutChris:
how much this information is correct?
would not have to destroy TX
     
-Reply from flatspin (329 points);
This module fits JR transmitters that have a separate RF module, such as the 9XII or the 3810. Mine works extremely well on a JR 3810 (in the USA it is called the JR 8103). I get very good range and failsafe works extremely well. Hope this helps
Crashtruk (468 points)
7/12/2011
  Will this work with my DSX9 DSM2 sucks
     
-Reply from monit111 (207 points);
yes its a JR so it will fit in just fine

-Reply from Keith (1 points);
I have a 8 channel JR 72 mhz radio and I have both $pektrum and Frsky modules. I've switch to Frsky because I seem to have better connection.
Henry. (101 points)
7/19/2013
  I have the Turnigy 9X and just found out that this doesnt have any failsafe feat what so ******* ever. I must have that and dont really care for telemetry and such.

This combopack seem to be quite good (?) and it doesnt seem to have any issues like another similar one here seemed to have like jerky servo movements and such?

So before i buy it so do i just wonder if this Tx module would fit right in the module compartment in a Turnigy 9X? Maybe of course with some modifications of the pin arrangement betweeen the module and the 9X.
     
-Reply from xz0so (11 points);
Yes the DJT will fit. I have myself not installed one but there are several videos on youtube that show the process of adding the Frsky DJT module to a Turnigy 9x (same radio as FS-TH9X). First if you bought the raido with a module you must remove the Turnigy Module. The antenna wire passes through the back of the transmitter to connect to the antenna on the top of the radio. That must be un-soldiered from the board in the Turnigy module or you can just cut the antenna wire if you don't wish to reuse Trunigy Module. Once you have the wire disconnected from the module you must remove the four screws that hold the front and back halves together. When you take the halves a part there is a multi colored wire that connects the two havles go ahead and unplug the front and back havles so that they are completely separated. Then you can take the antenna out of the top of the radio there is a set screw that holds it in place. Second while the pin out for the FRsky DJT is correct there is a small plastic tab that sticks up by the pins on the transmitter that will not allow the FRsky DJT module to seat completely. You must take the board that is connected to the back half of the transmitter off. It is the board that has the module pins on it. I believe there are four screws that hold it in place. Once the board is removed from the back half of the transmitter use a dremel or some shears to remove the plastic tab. Lastly reassemble the radio and plugin the FRsky DJT module.
-Reply from Henry. (101 points);
Exellent news! Thanks a lot! *ordered*

You have not heard anything about jerky movement of the servos and such with this? Know it was an issue before with soem similar module.

Really good as well that this would fit righ on the pins as well, did not expected that but i will check that up to be really sure if it´*s something changed in this version or so i mean who knows.

Tnx for the vid, have no idea how i could miss that one when i searched before..
Sooty (113 points)
2/11/2014
  Good News for 9XR owners: Latest version of module comes with micro SL connector on the board - same as used on FrSky receivers. It is now possible to use a FrSky Sleeved Diapole rx antenna to replace the internal 9XR antenna inside the handle and remove and cover the antenna mount extension box to give a flush mount of module on your 9XR. There is room to drill the side of the case just above the DJT board but below the plastic retaining clip on the side of the module case. There is plenty of gaps in there to run the antenna through from the handle into the DJT case and clip it on to the connector. No soldering required. Just a little bit of dremel work to remove the redundant antenna mount protrusion from the cover after reinforcing and capping the surrounding area on the inside to avoid breakages. He presto! TX lies nice and flat like it was originally meant to.
     
rapghsi (413 points)
9/4/2010
  I want one for my turnigy 9X, will it work together? as far as I know the X9 is JR clone, and so the module
     
-Reply from Alcyon (78 points);
Yes it works perfect. That's the setup i have.
-Reply from rapghsi (413 points);
how this compare to the turnigy module and receiver? better?
-Reply from mr.sneezy (273 points);
Yes, better IMHO. I have been flying every week with this system for about 5 or 6 months, no issues at all in my models. One is a HK-500GT heli...
-Reply from Crampy (197 points);
I use this system in my old V1 Turnigy 9X. I'd have no hesitation removing the module and antenna from a V2 system to run this for sure. It is excellent.
-Reply from wchiro (188 points);
Yes It will work.
kwack chil sick (55 points)
4/21/2013
  Telemetry are used to add functionality with 9xrCurrent and voltage sensors are only using the future yen is expected to add other sensors to be attached
     
shaggybirdman (40 points)
2/8/2014
  will this modules work in the turnigy 9xr? if i read this right it is not compatible with dsm2 and dsmx rx's?
     
-Reply from fjmb58 (472 points);
Yes it will but you would need the TX module (OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 2.4Ghz Transmitter Module (JR/Turnigy compatible) for the 9XR to work with your dsm2 and dsmx rx's
shaggybirdman (40 points)
2/8/2014
  ****
     
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14325 points);
Shagg you have been stared out SORRY
-Reply from shaggybirdman (40 points);
NP ok so where do i get a module that will work with my fp 100?
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14325 points);
Shaggy the FP100 is a Heli. hermit81 Tell me that it also can bind with turnigy 9x receiver (ID: RX-9X8Cv2). So if you want a Module then you need one out of the Turingy9XV2 or a FlySky Module.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14325 points);
But look at Sooty's reply above too!
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14325 points);
Oops forget the Sooty reference Sorry!
kd4gfy (23 points)
5/8/2011
  The system works great with my Turnigy 9x.....now if anyone could tell me how to get the rssi data out to send to my osd module it wud be great. Also I downloaded the frysky configure program, but there is no info on how to use this pgm with the prolvided TX_RX system.
     
-Reply from redkaa (5 points);
hey, guys, what's the difference of this module from FrSky DF?
-Reply from Snapcase (3 points);
Question: "Operating voltage: 6.0V-13.0V (can handle 3S!)" It means that module need idividual power battery???
-Reply from jessy2234 (1 points);
to Snapcase - It means that you can use 3S bat for your radio and TX will works fine.
Mulder (64 points)
1/16/2012
  Hi, would this make my Turnigy 9x compatible to a $pektrum receiver and ultimately would bind to Blade mcpx helicopters?
     
-Reply from Arman (380 points);
Hi mulder, The answer is no. You cant a $pektrum receiver with a frsky module. Because it are 2 different systems. Hobbyking doesn't sell $pektrum modules for JR.So there is no module for the turnigy 9x to use it for you copter :(. If i helped u out credit me and check out my youtube channel, nonamerc. We make videos that our subscribers want. So perhaps you want to see nightflying, we make nightflying videos. See you on my channel. Nonamerc
-Reply from Mulder (64 points);
would $pektrums owns modules fit and be compatible?
-Reply from Arman (380 points);
I am afraid not. But maybe some other company makes modules that use $pektrum mapping. Aks on rcgroups**** I would really apreciate it if you would subscribe to nonamerc and tell us what you want to see. From Fpv to nightflying we do it all!
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
no way. This will make it compatible to frsky receivers only.
Walter (11 points)
6/28/2011
  I have seen here under that this is compatible with Turnigy transmitter. Could I then bind this module with all the other FrSky receivers such as V8R4? Or only with FrSky telemetry modules?
     
-Reply from dallos.szabolcs (9 points);
No it works only with another frysky modules...
Funprise (425 points)
8/9/2011
  almost a year ago i ordered this frskymodule for jr then it did not have a telemetry module. now they are including telemetry module with the v8fr-hv rx my problem is it wont bind with the module. i tried my other rx v4fr and it also wont bind with the module. I already checked with the dip switches and everything is set correctly. i removed the module and see a V2 sticker on the back. From what i understand my recievers are not compatible with v2. But my questions is addressed to anyone here who got this system with the telemetry module does your module bind with the v8fr?? does your module have a v2 sticker on the opposite side or anywhere on the module. Thanks in advance
     
Jannie (51 points)
7/20/2013
  Hi I want to upgrade to the 9xr with this module.Which of the cheaper receivers on hobbyking could one use with this module? Thanks
     
-Reply from majik01 (6590 points);
If you use this module, you need to use the compatible FrSky receivers that are compatible. You use the us the four channel FrSky V8R4-II if four channels is all you need. Read the instructions manual carefully for both module and receiver.
Bullitt5094 (187 points)
9/5/2010
  Will this module plug into an work with the Turnigy V2 Transmitter? http://hobbycity.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=8992&Product_Name=Turnigy_9X_9Ch_Transmitter_w/_Module_&_8ch_Receiver_(Mode_2)_(v2_Firmware)
     
-Reply from gaastra (18 points);
Yes, will work
-Reply from Bullitt5094 (187 points);
Excellent! Thanks. Not sure I feel the need to upgrade since the Turnigy module seems to work well already but it's good to know there is an upgrade alternative.
-Reply from wwmilan (770 points);
As Mr. Gastra say YES it will work, but on the Turnigy 9X V2 you will need to cut the antena cable from its original modules, also need to put out the original antena of the transmitter to void interference with the FrSky antena.
-Reply from Bullitt5094 (187 points);
I would actually remove the existing antenna and use this one in place of FrySky one mounted on top of the transmitter. http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=9204&Product_Name=Antenna_w/_Extended_Wire
-Reply from wwmilan (770 points);
Good idea most probably I will do the same.
-Reply from Damian (100 points);
If I cut the aerial do I need to resolder to the frsky or does the aerial connect through the pins
-Reply from wchiro (188 points);
Yes it will work, you'll just need to open up the transmitter and either cut or unsolder the antenna cable from the PCB then remove the module. If you want to use an antenna in the original position you'll need to get an antenna with U.FL connector to plug onto the module antenna connection (after removing the module antenna cable).
-Reply from SOFTEC (12 points);
It fit perfectly and work falwlesly.
Julian41 (46 points)
6/26/2014
  Tra quanto sarà* disponibile al magazzino europeo la Turnigy 9XR PRO? E quando ci saranno in europa il modulo FrSky con relative riceventi? Grazie. When will it be available to the European warehouse Turnigy 9XR PRO? And when we are in europe the FrSky module with associated receivers? Thanks.
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Doubt it will ever be... RF device licensing for EU is not easy...
-Reply from Julian41 (46 points);
Why? In Italy they are already on sale FrSky modules and receivers!
mmignacca (18 points)
9/15/2010
  Somebody say to me if this FrSky module work with turnigy 9x ch (V1) ?? becouse i have a corona module 2.4 and don't work in this transmitter not a bind!!!! HELP !!!
     
-Reply from hotzenplotz (242 points);
This Module work with turnigy 9x V1,im have work very best.
-Reply from runerally (70 points);
my dont work on tgy 9X ?? and what is the cahannel set up Throttel on channel ???
-Reply from wchiro (188 points);
Yes it will work.
hyro7 (8 points)
1/4/2013
  hello, will this module bind on WLTOYS V911...
     
bruceswd (7 points)
6/7/2011
  I am thinking of getting this module for my JR 9x. I saw there was a battery checker telemetry module. What other feedback is available and how is the telemetry information displayed on the tx ?
     
-Reply from jkmrs (341 points);
There is a built in range check that will let you know when the signal is getting weak via Tx module beeps. Other than that, it has two channels transmitting from the Rx to the Tx, it is up to you to find some compatible sensors and displays. FrSky announced that they would release more sensors and a display module, but I am still waiting. There are various people in the hobby working on their own solution, check rcmodelreview for instance.
Cheers!
J.
somebuddy (7 points)
5/1/2011
  Is it possible to use the original T9X 8Ch RX with this tx / rx combo !? Or does the 8ch's from turnigy only fit with the original t9x TX Module ? Greetings..
     
-Reply from panosc1 (15 points);
I use it on my 9x already and it's very good
-Reply from Fireglaze (46 points);
I also use it on my 9x tx and it's good.
-Reply from Vanderlei (6 points);
Yes, I had problems with my original TX Module
then traded it for this and it works very well.

-Reply from jessy2234 (1 points);
No. You can't bind this DJT TX with your original T9X RX. If you need more RXs for DJT you must buy FrSky RX separately.
palnka (88 points)
9/4/2010
  Hola, acabo de comprar uno, ya que desde hace mucho tiempo he visto estos en diferentes reviews en internet, y la verdad lo clasifican como un producto muy bueno, vamos a ver cuando llegue y lo pruebe, gracias HK.
     
palnka (88 points)
9/5/2010
  Hi, I make a query, which connect the ESC channel, having a JR XP8103 radio as the receiver that brings this module include channels 1 to 8, and JR receivers, shown as motor channel 1 From already thank you very much.
     
-Reply from dtm360 (103 points);
ESC = Channel 1
Crazy Jim (90 points)
3/1/2012
  Anyone know if this will work with the JR9503
     
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
Yes that radio has a module in the back. See if you can take it out. It should have some pins sticking out. These will go into the DJT also. If the pins aren't in the right place you can always get the universal DHT module.
-Reply from Crazy Jim (90 points);
Thanks for the answer I will check it out. Im pretty sure it has the module
-Reply from Lorix (61 points);
I think that works, because with my Turnigy 9X (which is a clone of JR9503), it works perfectly. To a greater range, I suggest you mount the 5 dB antenna, like I did. I hope you helpful. Good flights and happy landings.
-Reply from Crazy Jim (90 points);
To bring you up to date. The JR X9503 does NOT have a module on the back that can be removed. Also the radio needs some modding to get a result. Have since bought a Futaba
-Reply from Lorix (61 points);
For Crazy Jim: in your case, you need the DHT version (which is the same as the module transmitter but suitable for mounting inside the radio) ... go to link: *******www . hobbyking . com/hobbyking/store/__ FrSky_DHT_8ch_DIY_Telemetry_Compatible_Transmitter_Module __ 17205 . html or search: "DHT FrSky 8ch DIY Telemetry Compatible Transmitter Module" on page: "Tx/Rx System & > FrSky 2.4 GHz Parts ACCST". It is easy to assemble, making 3 Tin solder (or ask a friend who knows how to do it). You can also connect a diverter that distribute the power to form positive FrSky or native module, so don't throw away the old Rx ...
OZDENER (30 points)
8/17/2012
  Hi friends, this module sends Hitec Aurora 9 comments sevinirim friends using the CAN USE.
     
-Reply from RC_HADY (288 points);
This module for JR type, Aurora is Futaba type (F).
flatspin (329 points)
6/16/2011
  It is worth commenting that although the transmitter module is duplex and will receive telemtry data back from the model, the V8FR receiver is not a telemetry receiver and will not transmit data back to the transmitter module. That is why it is a cheaper option that the full telemetry system
     
jimwu (32 points)
9/9/2011
  Hi All ! I have bought this item for my jr9xII , now I have an issue , hope someone can teach me , my problem is first time flying my floter jet for about few minutes then got sound came out from my TX unit , almost one beep per minute and I didnt turn on my radio timer function , the second the beep sound come more faster and the third time come beep sound twice in one time , so don know what is the problem with it , so hope you guys out there can share some idea , tks
     
-Reply from D-Creator (52 points);
my gues, long range alarm. these modules have this feature.... look at FrSky site for more (they have tons of info on their products)
-Reply from jmpuk (5 points);
rssi alarms level : sound codifying is one pulse (green level), two continous pulses (yellow level) and 3 continous pulses (red level). Frecuency of sounds updating is like the 3 continous pulses red level
pono420 (97 points)
5/5/2011
  will this work with the "tunigy 9x (v1)".
all the v2 rx's will not bind with the v1 tx.
can anyone help?
     
-Reply from Fireglaze (46 points);
I use this with my Turnigy 9x v2. Works great, just to plug it in.
-Reply from Pahatik (15 points);
you should change turhigy module for new module , than you shoul put the antenna on your new module, but cable that conect old (turnigy) antenna you should cut.
-Reply from cptn blinky (185 points);
Pono. Did you find out if this will work with the V1? Im having problems finding V1 RXs now.
Rocky T (37 points)
5/11/2014
  My back-order arrived ten days ago. However, packing is taking forever and still not shipped ?! Anybody there?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
This is user forum... Contact SUPPORT (link is at top right corner of the page)
-Reply from Rocky T (37 points);
Thanks v_max. After waiting for so long, it was shipped immediately as you replied here. It worked ?! Or, just a coincidence.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
heh... ")
jkmrs (341 points)
9/17/2010
  I got mine yesterday and tried it right away : it is quite jerky at low servo speed! I read in RCmodelreviews that is was quite smooth, but not mine! Anyone has the same experience? Do I have a defective unit?

Thanks!
Jm
     
-Reply from Dragevo (611 points);
It works GREAT with my 9X. Perhaps there's something wrong with your setup ? What brand is your TX ?
-Reply from prutske1 (11 points);
hoi,ik heb deze module in gebruik in mx 22 en heb er nu al verschillende vluchten mee gedaan op zowel een fox electro als een delta met verbrandings motor.GEEN STORINGEN MEER.met 2 verschillende ontvagers.Maar zoals je vermeldt zijn de servo's op lage snelheid ook schokkerig
-Reply from jkmrs (341 points);
I use it with a JR9303 and since my first post found out (also on RCmodelreviews) that it is a common problem with this equipment. Frsky has released a new ROM(V2) to upgrade the two way RX & Tx and supposedly fix the problem. I am waiting for the delivery of the inverter module needed to upgrade the RX to check if it indeed solves the problem. No solution for the std V8 system though. Thus said, I flew a few planes (foamies and a 1.8m P40) and couldn't really feel anything wrong.
OZ MAN (10 points)
4/30/2014
  Need to use 2 modules in my Turnigy TGY 9XIn my transmitter at the moment have a Turnigy RF 9Xv2 and need to purchase a Frsky DJT combo reason for this is I have 8 receivers bound to the RF 9Xv2 and need the DJT for compatibility with a Frsky mini receiver. Question is can I cut the aerial lead connecting existing RF9Xv2 then reconnect by male and female plugs, so I can then disconnect aerial and RF 9Xv2 and replace with the Frsky module in this way I will have 2 modules and all receivers will be compatible keeping the existing 8 that I have. Now by cutting the aerial lead connecting it together again do I loose all the computer input in there for all my existing planes? What do you think? OZMAN
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
The simpliest solution .... unsolder antenna wire from inside t9x module, then untighten screw fixing antenna and pull out antenna with wire from t9x body.. Next drill hole on back of tx module and pass antenna cable through it... Solder it back... be careful, this is coaxial cable and requires very accurate soldering at two seperate points... inner insulation of coaxial melt easy, so do not heat much... Last, fix antenna on backside of the module (quest...to do but possible).. and now you can swap modules easily
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
and sure you wouldn't loose any settings stored in eeprom with this operation
-Reply from OZ MAN (10 points);
Thank you for confirming that I was on the right track to fix my problem and thanks again for answering so quickly, its great to know that out there people like you are interested enough to help people like me and get a decision . Thanks again for all your help OZMAN
-Reply from TheButcher (11 points);
I've had to re-solder the wire to my antenna, but in doing so I cut off a bit of the wire. I know lengths of wire is pretty important in RF antennas, is the length of this wire lead very important for this type of antenna? Should I consider getting a new one or does the length of that particular wire not matter much?
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
length of coaxial part of antenna wire is not important.. it can be any..
wwmilan (770 points)
9/4/2010
  Guys, I been using this modules since their first beta system , and I can tell you is the BEST SYSTEM YOU CAN GET here is the main Thing I can say:
a) True FHSS system (equivalent to Futaba FAST Frequency hopping)
b) True Fail Safe setup (and easy to setup)
c) Range test perform in our clud give better than 1.2 miles and this under heavy noise (we had 5 $pektrum and 5 Futaba systems ON plus one wireless system plus a noise generator on the 2.4GHZ spectrum) and the system perform w/o a problem.
d) Very tolerant to low voltage (put down the voltage under 3V and still was working)
In few works VERY GOOD SYSTEM, much better than any DSM system (Like $pektrum DSM2 or Corona DSM etc.), Very solid against noise on the 2.4GHZ Spectrum (or how busy it is.) HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Thanks
Wilfrid
     
-Reply from hoorey (32 points);
hei guy.i also using frsky.futaba .buy from another store.very very good.range,easy setting.smooth servo mooving.
hope h/k can bring for futaba modul too.
-Reply from rehurek (279 points);
Hallo, is this Combo pack with TX telemetry module DJT or with TX module V8JT? The photographs are both modules!!!
Paul (5 points)
7/29/2013
  Does this module and RX set beep noise when going out of range? or do you have to have the better rx for that feature?
     
-Reply from Roger (3256 points);
Hi Paul, you have to get the D Series receiver to have that out-of-range alarm. The receiver included in this combo is the V8FR-II (V Series) which is not capable of telemetry. Get the item with product ID: DJT.
-Reply from hiller (7 points);
Nope, no beep no RSSI, nothing from this rx, D series rx is required for out of range beeps, like Roger said. This rx simply can bind with the djt module in v8(non-telemetry mode), D-mode(telemetry mode), point being one don't have to fiddle with the djt module (mode) buttons when one change from D series rx to this one.
Grego (159 points)
5/9/2011
  will this fit in the back of the turnigy 9x v2?
     
-Reply from Fireglaze (46 points);
yes, i have it myself on my turnigy 9x v2, just cut the cable of your old one
-Reply from V1rus (8 points);
But if you cut cable from default TG module, you can't use it in future.
-Reply from mubashar kazmi (3 points);
i am satisfied of this product.using in my futaba 9c.very nice and fast 2.4ghz system.
-Reply from DukeOfDream (110 points);
actually you can cut a hole in the stock module and atach the antena of the stock Tx in the back of the module...That's what i did to mine and i use both the stock module/receiver for my cheap foamies and a corona module/receiver for my more expensive planes and all my helis...
Grego (159 points)
5/12/2011
  whats the differance to this and the V2 that is sold out?
     
LUISMAGOSSO (7 points)
10/15/2012
  Funciona com os receptores do turnigy 9x?
     
-Reply from Lanius (145 points);
No, solo con los FRSky.
-Reply from Maurício (24 points);
Não, funciona só com os os receptores FRSky
TforRC (546 points)
9/4/2010
  JASON! You might want to mention that its a High voltage RX. IT could draw more customers
     
-Reply from *MoNSteR* (847 points);
I would like to mention that there is a reason you have -564%. Re-read the description, pay close attention to images, and reconsider what you have posted.
-Reply from TforRC (546 points);
Im saying it should be advertised more. As High voltage gear is one of my favorite features of this device. I dont have a clue on why im -564%
-Reply from TforRC (546 points);
If someone searches High voltage. This wont come up...
-Reply from Such Is Life (251 points);
You are right TForRC - The HV version is shown in the pics. Jason, can you confirm this will this include the HV or standard rx?
-Reply from BELADOG (1085 points);
yeah I agree. HV is cool! Also that Monster is a bit Douchy.
-Reply from leprud (7467 points);
TforRC , you are revenged :) You got plus rating, *monster* - minus :)
-Reply from leprud (7467 points);
BTW, anybody else need rating change? Can be done in a minute!
-Reply from *MoNSteR* (847 points);
I stand corrected about the pic, however lets not count our chickens before they hatch. The description is nowhere near definitive enough and we all know the pic means nothing.
-Reply from Such Is Life (251 points);
Description now states HV version Rx.
Roman (13 points)
1/17/2013
  HI!This is Two Way Series V8FR-II RX????? I can't bind it in two way mode... Help pls!
     
-Reply from waterlogged (3748 points);
Strangely the receiver sold with the module isn't full telemetry capable You have to buy the correct rx seperately, another $26.00 from memory. Sorry.
hudsonvx (60 points)
11/7/2010
  I installed this module in a MC19 (without housing). Wenn i switch on the receiver and transmitter the link diode says link ok but servos moving themselves without sense. I have to switch on/off the transmitter many times and than everything is ok. Does anybody know something about this problem? Greetings OliverI installed this module in a MC19 (without housing). Wenn i switch on the receiver and transmitter the link diode says link ok but servos moving themselves without sense. I have to switch on/off the transmitter many times and than everything is ok. Does anybody know something about this problem? Greetings Oliver
     
billy1995 (5 points)
4/26/2011
  Hello, This kind of modules (frsky 2,4Ghz) works in multiplex radios?
Thank you
     
-Reply from Fireglaze (46 points);
I use my FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR for my 9x radio.
-Reply from billy1995 (5 points);
How do you swich it?. Do you use the 9 pin external conector?.
I have a cockpit sx.
Thank you
-Reply from majik01 (6590 points);
MPX Cockpit6 is nice but does not have the modular RX that fits into the back like the applicable JR/FlySky/TGY 9x radios these were designed for. This will NOT work for the MPX radio you have - unless you hack it - then better to go with the DIY kit.
-Reply from billy1995 (5 points);
Thank you majik01
I can plug the DIY one to the 7 pin conector without soldering to mainboard and I think that I can do the same with this module using appropiate output wires.
Someone have done this?
Thank you
Sheko (151 points)
1/22/2011
  fail safe is working ? how can i try it?
     
-Reply from NumnutChriS (523 points);
set it up acc. to instructions (Bind, Link, FS) then turn off your Tx and Rx should enter FS
-Reply from Richard (46 points);
To set up * test Failsafe: After binding Rx to Tx, move all your controls to your desired Failsafe position, eg throttle to idle, undercarriage down & spoilers out (if fitted), elevator to neutral, aileron & rudder to gentle turn. Briefly press the button on the Rx and the green LED will flash twice. Failsafe position is set. To test, turn your Tx & Rx on, then turn your Tx off. All the controls will move to the Failsafe postion, ie throttle to idle etc. Turn you Tx back on and you will have control again. To remove the Failsafe: re-bind the Rx.
-Reply from mubashar kazmi (3 points);
dont try it.i never did it.but its great.
-Reply from ausjj (10 points);
While receiver and transmitter is on, hold for example a little left rudder and push button of receiver once.Now let go of the rudder input and turn your transmitter off, after a second rudder will go a little to the left.Rebind to clear.
-Reply from bigron (9 points);
After you have set up fail safe per instructions, then set your sticks at some extreme movements, then while holding that position, turn off the transmitter. If fail safe is working the servos will go to the fail safe positions. Release sticks and turn transmitter back on and everything should be back to normal.
-Reply from flatspin (329 points);
Setting the failsafe on the FrSky is very simple. First, bind the receiver to the transmitter according to the instruction manual. When you want to set the failsafe, simply move (and manually hold) the transmitter sticks in the position that you want the servos to move to when the system goes failsafe. Whilst still holding the sticks in the required failsafe positions get someone to press the F/S button on the receiver. The LED will change to green. the failsafe has been set!! Switch the tra
Sheko (151 points)
5/1/2011
  any one used this with a turbine jet?
     
-Reply from ROBERT (8 points);
I HAVE NOT USED THIS IN A TURBINE POWERED JET BUT IT WORKS AWESOME IN MY YELLOW AIRCRAFT F-18 WITH A OS.91 AND DYNAMAX FAN UNIT, THE SIGNAL RANGE IS MORE THAN YOU CAN SEE OR TELL WHAT THE AIRCRAFT IS DOING, JUST FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT COME WITH THE COMBO AND RANGE CHECK IT PER INSTRUCTIONS AND YOU WILL BE FINE!!! THIS IS A NICE PRODUCT AND I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!!! I HOPE THIS HELPS!!!

Sheko (151 points)
5/27/2011
  did any one tried this in a 30CC gas powered planes ?
     
-Reply from Tarmo (729 points);
I have a DHT module and D8F receiver on 30CC Extreme Flight Extra, no problems at all, very solid link. I removed ignition battery and connected ignitin right to the receiver servo port for power, no range difference at all.
rahmattahir (7 points)
6/22/2014
  will the telemetry function works on a 11xzero? any telemetry display on the radio?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
This combo is NON TELEMETRY TX module is, but v8 receiver not... For telemetry you need D series receiver. Telemetry combo is PRODUCT ID: DJT And NO you hardly can display any telemetry data on 11xzero display..without doing mods ... at least with 9x you need to add telemetry input , telemetry signal level converter and reflash 9x with er9xFrSky firmware... Doubt 11xzero has firmware supporing frsky telemetry... And last point... FrSky telemetry is useless thingie... Why? beacuse it has it's own propietary protocol and can't work with flight controllers.... For details , please, read my answer to Alex 2 posts below...
-Reply from rahmattahir (7 points);
Thanks.
roberted5 (105 points)
11/29/2011
  What is the diference between this and V2 FrSky module?
     
-Reply from Szasa (30 points);
In the V2 combo pack, the receiver is the telemetry version.
Guenduez (9 points)
3/6/2014
  Hi, does it works with Graupner MX-22? Thanks
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Module is suitable for following MODULE-BASED radios including: - Graupner/JR:347/3810/388/783/U8/PCM10/PCM10S/PCM10SX/ PCM10IIS/8103/J9303/MX-22/MX24S/PX/9XII/10X/11X ZERO, etc.
PILOTO-SP (66 points)
1/19/2013
  Hi, I have a Turnigy 9X Tx, this model is plug in play? Or need to do something else? The configuraç*õ*a models that have remained the same? My usage is only for flight.
     
-Reply from curimba (16 points);
Ai piloto é* só* colocar no radio bindar e ser feliz tenho um e nã*o me arrependo.
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
you need to install er9x firmware first to your 9x tx
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
Hi Pilot-SP, you do NOT need to flash your 9X to use this Modul in it. It is indeed Plug and Play, however you need to cut the Wire of the original 9Xs Modul (if you have 1 in there) as it is hardwired between the original Antenna and the original Module. Also some recommend to remove the original Antenna due to it possibly causing interfeerence if you have 2 Antennas close to eachother. Hope this helped you out. Btw: I use this in my 9X and 9XR and DIDNT flash the 9x
abu_sadiq (52 points)
8/21/2013
  So will this RX and module start to beep when your losing range?
     
-Reply from Ricky971 (1040 points);
No, it won't, since Rx has no telemetry. You must buy the other combo (SKU: DJT) with "D" series telemetry, to have beep when radio signal is low.
-Reply from yamaren (477 points);
no you need this receiver FrSky D8R-II PLUS 2.4Ghz 8CH Receiver with Telemetery
Kalps (111 points)
10/31/2012
  Hi, Can I use this with turnigy 9x radio, do I need to software upgrade the radio or just plug and play. Thanks
     
-Reply from Maurício (24 points);
Just plug and play.
-Reply from TCWilliums (45 points);
Yes, the Turnigy 9x has a JR style module. You don't have to upgrade the software if you don't want to, it is plug and play.
-Reply from aditya gupta (59 points);
just plug it in and you are ready to go..have a look at my video at youtube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0Cyb5SHnDM

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oBUNDYo (46 points)
7/20/2013
  If I have 2 receivers working at same time (one as lost model finder) how will the telemetry react back to the tx module? (2 signals back)
     
Brian (10 points)
7/19/2011
  what's the difference between this and the V2 version???
     
-Reply from monit111 (207 points);
think this has the telemtry and the other does not
-Reply from POLJOT (10 points);
I believe the V2 also has the telemetry capable receiver, this one only has a one-way receiver.
-Reply from WillyTarner (3 points);
exlactly , the module have telemetry but the receiver no . In v2 , receiver have telemetry
-Reply from Brian (10 points);
Thanks! I bought a module and several receivers, waiting for shipment.
einarak (16 points)
9/21/2011
  Is the module in this combo "Version 2" or is it the old one?
     
VucanB1 (6 points)
12/30/2012
  Will using this module give me expanded programming capability, or will I need upgraded firmware?
     
-Reply from teknokraze (152 points);
No, the programming is in the Tx, not the module. For any programming expansion you'll need to upgrade your Tx firmware.
-Reply from Dan (118 points);
...to er9x or open9x just to name a few
Davide (8 points)
9/19/2014
  I want to use this module with my radio Turnigy 9XR on my hull F1, do you think is good
     
-Reply from Davide (8 points);
Top Speed 3
-Reply from Powerdyne (10 points);
I think you will appreciate the fact that the Rx has a failsafe that is very easy to set. The range for these units is very good, and the ease of binding is just the icing on the cake! Do take care though when installing the Module into your Tx* There is a modification that needs to be done to the plastic surrounding the signal pins in the module cavity to let the module sit in place correctly, and latch. Check the files section in the international warehouse listing, as there is a step by step tutorial pdf there explaining the simple modification!
-Reply from Davide (8 points);
Thanks
zedaffair (212 points)
5/16/2011
  Is the transmitter module V2 compliant? Will it work with a FrSky D8R V2 2.4Ghz 8CH Receiver with Telemetery
     
-Reply from ROBERT (8 points);
YES, THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT COME WITH THE DJT MODULE READS IT WILL WORK WITH 8DR, D6FR RECEIVERS
Robert (50 points)
1/8/2013
  Hi all,
Will this module allow me to use the Hobby King receivers
     
-Reply from Karakurt (6 points);
н*е*т* н*е* б*у*д*е*т* р*а*б*о*т*а*т*ь*, н*а*д*о* с*в*о*й* п*р*и*е*м*н*и*к*
-Reply from David (27 points);
Robert: No, this module is for FrSky-Receivers only. But it is much better then the HK receiver in Range and becouse of the telemetry
MudMan (8 points)
2/2/2011
  ****
     
-Reply from 2Doggs (364 points);
it might be possible to use the DIY module. Try reading the posts linked to the DIY model reviews and discussion.
-Reply from Rothmans (1543 points);
****
praveen (13 points)
3/30/2011
  ****
     
-Reply from Keith (234 points);
Yep, FrSky is fantastic, just try to have your antennas angled away from each other and away from CF. Use the range Check function to make sure you're OK.
-Reply from praveen (13 points);
thanx keith!
-Reply from GOKHAN (5 points);
please can you send quikly to me because i neeed os much
-Reply from Faldman (38 points);
yes you can, i am useing it with no problems...
-Reply from cptn blinky (185 points);
****
leandrolb (59 points)
4/4/2014
  Hi, I have the telemetry active in ny radio and it drop the signal intensity to 50 in 150m. What is the min signal strenght? I use a 1.2ghz fpv with a filter of course.
     
-Reply from glenn_mech (542 points);
never use 2.4ghz with 1.2 video band...better to use lower RF for controls and higher for video..ex.433mhz and 1.2ghz
KIAN HONG (15 points)
9/6/2010
  Can you putup additional receivers FRSKY for sale? I'll be changing all my models to this..
     
-Reply from doyouflytoo (167 points);
They have them. look under the Tx/Rx sytem and parts. The FrSky
JuanchoRC (84 points)
2/20/2012
  Este modulo y receptor le sirve a una Flysky 2,4 gh 9ch ? creo que es la misma turnigy 2,4gh que venden en HK.
     
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
Yes it will, I answered the english version of your question.
JuanchoRC (84 points)
2/20/2012
  This module and receiver will serve a 2.4 gh Flysky 9CH? I think it's the same Turnigy 2.4 gh sold in HK.
     
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
Yes you can plug this in the back of a turnigy 9x or flysky 9ch or any other of these rebranded radios. They are exactly the same. Please note that this combo is delivered with a non telemetry receiver (the V8FR), check the combo with the D8R receiver if you want to use telemetry.
-Reply from JuanchoRC (84 points);
Hola no te entendi la ultima parte lo de telemetria biene modulo y receptor ? Gracias.
-Reply from Fl00k (13 points);
Flysky 9CH is actually better than the Turnigy, no need to remove the antenna wire from the module and you can easily switch back and forth between the original module and the Flysky
JuanchoRC (84 points)
4/23/2012
  ****
     
-Reply from Rothmans (1543 points);
Thanks for your buddy code
JuanchoRC (84 points)
6/7/2013
  Hello. that throws the telemetry data and missing to make this work. thanks
     
-Reply from DAVID. (50 points);
To have telemetry receiver and D8R need a 2PLUS or Xp, data are varied, from speed, voltage lipo or fuel level and many others, but for this you need the appropriate sensors FrSky hub and djt module, ok
BOOMA1 (7 points)
6/23/2014
  Is this the right module for a turnigy 9XR only am using the futaba module in a Hitec optic 6 .
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
This one is just plug n play for 9XR
tolisn (6 points)
10/8/2014
  Hi Does anyone know if this DjT module has PPM input?
     
-Reply from Doobieman (1162 points);
Yes. The JR modules all work on PPM.
tolisn (6 points)
10/20/2014
  Does anyone know what voltage level the ppm input of the RF module accepts ?
     
-Reply from Olly (69 points);
3-10 volts according to specifications
tolisn (6 points)
10/22/2014
  Where can I download these specifications ?
     
Crampy (197 points)
9/4/2010
  Very cool HK has this. Are we going to see the various receivers also available from FRSky? I need some more mini 4 channel ones and maybe a few of the small 7 channel version.
     
mikeinberwick (5 points)
12/26/2013
  I have a new Taranis with the DJT module for my older V8FR (not the II version). The module switches are set to 1 Off and 2 On. Everything appears to bind ok and the servos respond correctly but the RX beeps continuously when in use. What is wrong?
     
-Reply from mikeinberwick (5 points);
forgot to mention.. if I rebind with the original TX, it works fine. Thanks
-Reply from mikeinberwick (5 points);
Solved.. Rx was fine, it was something to do with the speed controller or motor. Cheers.
Henrique (7 points)
6/9/2013
  I wonder if someone recommends this module to the helicopter nitro and electric. with 9xr. will be running fine.
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Will work perfect. As any other 8ch combo. Extended range and failsafe capabilities is great plus!
kekelala (332 points)
5/6/2011
  Guys, what can this do with telemetry feature? thnx!
     
aerobatic19 (25 points)
11/21/2011
  When that's been a available
     
Polycapman (58 points)
9/5/2014
  Compatible with L9R reciever? Thanks
     
Steven (5 points)
2/4/2014
  Why is the FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Module & RX more expensive than the FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Telemetry Module & V8FR-II RX ? I think I saw somewhere in one of the replies that the DJT pack supported S-BUS (16 channels) and the DF pack didn't. That doesn't make sense that the DJT pack would support S-BUS AND be less expensive. In the description and pictures (for that matter) both have DJT modules that look exactly the same. I'd like to ask again then, which of these packages would actually be the better package to purchase (including functionality)?
     
-Reply from __HaKK (798 points);
Hi Steven, the only difference in these combos is the RX that comes with the combo. In the cheaper one you get the non-telemetry V8FR-II RX and the D series RX you get in the more expensive combo can also send back telemetry. The DJT TX module is the same in both kits, can be switched between the D and V8 modes and also most of the RX can be bound and used with both modes, simply, the V8 series are only one-way communications, no telemetry sent back. I usually buy the cheaper combo as there are quite a few FrSky RX options to choose from in both modes.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
A bit of correction "most of the RX can be bound" more correct to say: FrSky ACCST RXes ( D and V8 series only).
-Reply from Patacrash (1 points);
I don't know if it's true but on site spé*cifications, it is written this : The FrSky DF 2.4Ghz power is 100mW and the FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz power is 60mW.
-Reply from Steven (5 points);
Thanks all, appreciate the clarification and additional info.
goldsea (10 points)
10/25/2011
  I'm looking for a JR Module that I can use with the $pektrum bind 'n fly stuff, like the blade mcpx. Is this module compatible?
     
-Reply from Brian (17 points);
Sorry no it is not.
flipy (12 points)
9/5/2012
  Does this transmitter module need to be upgraded to V2? Or it comes already updated? I've a spare D8R-II that'd like to use with it as two-way communication.
     
-Reply from Lanius (145 points);
I have this module and D8FRII-plus, it works.
john (6 points)
4/25/2013
  is this module compatible with the 9x transmitter and recievers i do not want to use telemetry i have a9xv2 tranny and recievers model aero assoc of australia (maaa)has not approved them and i cannot fly with this transmitter because of insurance reasons could you advise regards john
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes, compatible with 9x and 9xr
mick (5 points)
1/10/2013
  HI .CAN SOME1 GIVE ME A FEW COMPATIBLE RX Receivers 4 THIS FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz ,MAIN USE PARK FLYERS 4 CHANNEL STUFF ..THX
     
-Reply from CrashAce (859 points);
Just click on '2.4Ghz FrSky ACCST' under the Radios & Receivers option. all the listed receivers will be compatible.
nick d (5 points)
9/8/2014
  Will it work with the HK-T6A-V2 reciver?
     
-Reply from glenn_mech (542 points);
No.HK recievers are different with frSKY.
-Reply from STAMPBAGS (37 points);
gleen_mech I love my original 9x with original rx it came with,so once I receive this module and unhook old module and install this one if I just keep original firmware it will still be a lot better than stock? or is it truly a must to upgrade to an opensource firmware like er9x? but I was told even if I upgrade from original software even using this new module and rx it will not extend range of tx correct? so if all I do is put this module in an use this rx with stock turnigy 9x v2 firmware there will be no fear of ever losing signal? and I was told that this system is by far the best money can buy,is this correct?. I do want to purchase a Taranisis tx is what I realy want all I fly is naza m v2, and I am now waiting to get my real pixhawk p4 with gps. I always loved my naza*s and never had any issues but having to pay 200usd for 16 waypoints made me mad so I looked at the ever evolving apm pixhawkp4 with unlimited waypoints and all upgrades are free well that did it. and it seems to smoke any system that DJI MAKES and if you do have a problem with a dji fc you have to ship it to dji cali for repair/replacement and a lot of the time you will never see your equipment again !! and DJI will claim that they never received it!
dtserkanozkan (42 points)
4/9/2012
  Hello. I have installed this module to my Turnigy 9x. And I am considering to do the li-ion battery mod to my TX. Is there any restriction for this in terms of the fysky module?
     
-Reply from merseyless (12 points);
No, the FrSky module has its own regulator which will keep the voltage under control. Any battery that doesn't fry the 9x wont fry the FrSky module.
-Reply from crazyduck (49 points);
dtserkanozkan hi my friend i want to know if it's working perfect with your turnigy 9x...(it*s v2) bc i see a few people that frsky doesnt work with 9x. thx for your response. pd:today i received my 9x :) daniel
betibeau (53 points)
7/25/2013
  Hi all, What is the best solution to view the telemetry figure coming from the transmitter ? Do I need extra sensors ? Can I view the figures on the radio screen ? Thank you for the feedback - Happy flying
     
-Reply from Roger (3256 points);
Hi betibeau, if you have a turnugy 9x/9xr and is keen on modifying it to display telemetry data right on the screen, its the best available solution. You can display figures on the screen and configure alert for different values of the sensors on a per model basis.. If you have a different tx, the next best thing is using the frsky fld02 telemetry display. For the available sensors, take a look at the FPV & Telemetry > FrSky Telemetry section.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
The first solutuin is With 9x or 9xr reflash with ER9X firmware and do telemetry mod Strong soldering and programming skills required, also you would need USBASP programmer to reflash 9x. Also you will need some hardware rs232 to serial converter to do telemetry mod. This will give you telemetry on 9x/9xr controller screen. The other solution is to choose DHT-U (TX module and screen in one) and buy telemetry RX. No 9x/9xr controller mod required. Third variant is this combo and separate telemetry screen FLD-02. No mod in this case. Now about sensors. RX have only one analog sensor input. and serial port for connecting sensor hub (ID: FSH-01) and you will need to buy and connect sensors you need. Well after all IMHO this all is obsolete solution if you are aiming to use flight controllers and FPV,. For my choice better to use NONTELEMETRY combo and FPV set (video TX and RX and googles or monitor) and OSD board to overlay telemetry data over video. OSD use data from flight controller and optionally have some analog inputs. This gives you unbeatable FPV experience with all flightdata over FPV view.
betibeau (53 points)
9/23/2013
  Failsafe with Turnigy 9X and V8FR-II. On a quad dji450 frame Naza v2, DJT module on the radio and V8FR-II on the quad, I have followed the procedure to activate the failsafe on the RX, and got the 2 green signals. When I cut of the power of the 9X radio, the NAZA software to control the radio doesnt switch to Failsafe (same no move, when from GPS mode or ATTI mode or MAN mode). Do I have to activate something on the T9X, I donot believe I have to touch the failsafe function of the T9X??? Any suggestion are welcomed - happy flying - Thierry
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Well, what exactly you did to activate failsafe on RX? What instruction you followed? RX instruction or NAZA instruction? RX failsafe suppose to keep some average values to prevent your model from complete uncontrolled fall down... RX just continue to provide some values so NAZA (and any other FC) do not even have a clue that signal is lost.. You need to use some additional channel to trigger NAZA failsafe... Here is how-to video .... And remember NAZA will trigger failsafe mode only when board is armed, If board wasn't armed, then failsafe wouldn't be triggered
-Reply from betibeau (53 points);
Thx for your feedback. How did I setup NAZA and Turnigy 9X ? I Have followed a tutor from the net url is youtube(dot)com(slash)watch?v=gBM04NHpLQg. I have the 3 mode on AUX3/F.MOD (radio top right 3 posn switch), the return home is on the GEAR on/off switch, the route mode is on the THRO-CUT on/of switch (towards NAZA X2). I have tested the failsafe (via the gear button) in fly and it works. I am trying to get the failsafe enabled when I cut off the radio and/or the signal is lost. For this reason I have bought the V8FR-II RX and the DJT module. In the doc of the V8FR-II the procedure to enable the 'failsafe' when lost signal is to push the F/S button on the RX when both TX and RX are on (NAZA also on). When pushing down this F/S I have got the 2 green flashes has expected. Power off everything, repower on evrything, start the NAZA software, when I cut the radio nothing happened. It seems something overide something (this is my logic so far). I have also tested with the throttle to 55% (just in case the NAZA logic or V8FR-II is enable F/S only if throttle above n%. ANOTHER question, how did you minimize camera vibration on your DJI450 , and where did you located it (on the bottom plate ?). Thank you in advance for your suggestion. Thierry
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Right, you need to switch FS mode as you did it when test it (with gear switch). and at this moment while FS state is active press f/s button. So RX must store this state as F/S state.. But take in account NAZA activate fail safe only when it is already armed. If you do not arm your board, failsafe function wouldn't be activated, otherwise your copter may occasionly fly away is you switch off TX on ground in disarmed state... I'm not using DJI ... but has the same size 450 frame.. With boscam HD which requires almost 80mm clearence under camera and 70mm free R around I have no better place then forward console plate at top plate level. Vibrations is a problem... I use dumpers like this ID: 017000170
-Reply from betibeau (53 points);
Many thx. Fine I didnt switch to F/S (gear switch) before pushing the F/S of the RX. The issue of not armed NAZA is difficult to encounter, as far as the DJI450 has a power distribution board embedded in the frame, and the way I ve mounted, as soon as I connect the battery, all components are on, except the lightning. Once more very clear answer. I will purchase some ***per 017001700 and try. Are you satisfied with the HD19 boscam, I am quite dessapointed with the Boscam 305 and TS351, will change the antenna with Spironet or FastShark.Hope, it will enhance the actual poor image and distance qualities. happy flying. Thierry
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Nope, HD19 video quality is not as best as I expected for this value of money... too noisy image...And too heavy metal case.. Total gimbal camera and servos are over 120gramm
betibeau (53 points)
9/24/2013
  hi vmax, thx for the advice on HD19. Thierry
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
You are welcome, Happy flying
Joerg (23 points)
2/14/2011
  Funktioniert das Modul auch mit der Turnigy 9x ? The module also works with the Turnigy 9x ?
     
-Reply from gabercerle (33 points);
soweit ich weiss ja.... wolte gerade einen bestellen aber habe dann leider die T-9x "verbrannt"...
-Reply from Sangre (22 points);
Yes. It works with Turnigy 9x.
-Reply from madruga (123 points);
yes. the combo frsky have the high qualit easy to instal easy to bind.
-Reply from HellyFlyer (1304 points);
Yes this works with the Turnigy 9x,

Thanks
Heliflyer
-Reply from vasy1 (615 points);
Yes. Turnigy 9x uses JR compatible modules.
-Reply from Joerg (23 points);
thanks (gabercerle warum hasst du deine 9x verbrannt)
-Reply from Gaijin (8 points);
Yes it does, it's a well reviewed system, check out *******rcmodelreviews****/
-Reply from gabercerle (33 points);
Ich habe einen Rhino Accu fur Transmitter genommen und beim laden habe ich aus Versehen die Pole verwechselt :(. Da sind mir ein Capacitor un ein Regler verbrannt. Habe das zwar erneuert aber der Tx get leider nicht - der Bind mit dem Rx get nicht gut und jetzt warte ich auf einen Freund der mir noch was helfen konnte... Habe aber chon einen neuen Tx bestellt aber ihr wisst ja wie lange es dauert sie zu bekommen :)
-Reply from gabercerle (33 points);
Noch was - bei der Turnigy 9x passieren den Usern oftmals solche Fehler - siet vorsichtig oder lotet einen resistor dazu um dass zu vermeiden
-Reply from Faldman (38 points);
yes... you have to trim it a litle (sand it on sides)
Davidel (49 points)
11/24/2012
  Why this combo is cheaper than the other one?
     
-Reply from bmwtech14 (33 points);
The other has telemetry capability in the receiver. Also has CPPM, has RSSI if you use an OSD.
Thorsten (7 points)
2/14/2013
  Hello, did this kit work with the Tunigy CH9 -Raido,Tramsmiter? Thanks.
     
-Reply from sirglider (356 points);
Yes it does if you remove the original module and the original antenna. You need to cut its wire for this.
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
ou also need to modify the platic "Hump" inside the Module Bay of the 9X where the contactpins go though as it is to high to fit another Module and other Modules wont go IN the bay all the Wax. Hope this helps you with your Question...cheers
Denis (14 points)
9/26/2011
  Ok. I have some questions: 1) Is it DJT or V8JT TX module (Img. #1 & #2 are difference)? 2) What difference between this and idproduct=14355 (FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Module & RX (V2)) PRACTICALLY? 3) How FrSky system display telemetry data (what I need for this as additional equipment)? Sorry for stupid questions and thanks! ))))
     
Denis (14 points)
9/26/2011
  And the last question. Is FrSky system cross-compatible (e.g. is it possible to bind V8FR to the DJT (V2))? Tnks! )))
     
-Reply from D-Creator (52 points);
yes it's posible. i ordered this combo (if HK sells this combo it must work together, otherwise this product is useless)
-Reply from jmpuk (5 points);
Yes it is possible : as a matter of fact hking sells both together - I bought - only thing to is to change switches at tx. Just tell you that I bought D8R-II inmediatly to get rssi alarms capability
__miro (11 points)
9/17/2010
  ****
     
-Reply from NoelD (64 points);
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-Reply from NoelD (64 points);
Sory not hitec. The furaba version is also compatable with hitec. this is just Jr/$pektrum.
-Reply from hotzenplotz (242 points);
Hello Miro! You have to install DIY Module
-Reply from __miro (11 points);
thanks to all
-Reply from flycap93 (23 points);
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STEVE (7 points)
10/1/2013
  If i plug this into my turnigy 9x will my radio beep when its nearly out of range
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
NONTELEMETRY combo without wayback has no chance to know that you RX is out of range
-Reply from Ahmad (1 points);
V series rx doesn't have telemetry. You can buy D series rx for tebemetry to get signal strength alarm. But based on my experience, I never got signal problem with V rx. I have the problem with my eyes, can't see the plane because it's too far. It's the most value for money product that I ever bought in hobbyking.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
It would be nice if HK has combo of DJT TX module with awesome d4r-ii RX.... But... unfortunately it has not... you need to purchaise this NONTELEMETRY combo and d4r-II separately... V8 receiver goes to my trash box...
Dominic (5 points)
12/27/2013
  Is this module compatible with the Turnigy 9XR?
     
-Reply from fjmb58 (472 points);
Yes it is but note while the Tx module is telemetry capable the reciever V8FR-II is not.
-Reply from Nikola (27 points);
It is compatible, you do not need to do anything more than just plug it in. I use it with a 9XR radio with no problems!
Anton (6 points)
2/17/2013
  hi, this module need telemetry what if I want to measure the amount and rate of climb
     
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
Hi Anton for Altitude you have 2 Choices. 1: FRSKY-Hub and Variometer 2: FRSKY-HUB and GPS Hope this helps you with your Question.... cheers
-Reply from Anton (6 points);
Tahnks:-), certainly help me!
Minair (8 points)
2/5/2012
  Can I use a DSM2-compatible receiver with this moduale? thinking of geting a Blade Heli.
     
-Reply from tomcat79 (25 points);
Hi. No, you can only use FrSky receiver.
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
NO only Works with frsky receivers
LG350z (38 points)
9/11/2013
  Today I decided to do a range test since I've heard 700Meters. Signal is lost around 300ft or 100M. This past weekend I was at the limit without realizing (around 250-300ft). Lucky for me no issue occurred. I live in Southern California where people love to sue. I'm ordering the FRSKY DJT to increase range unless someone has a better alternative.
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Frsky DJT is great.. Alternative may be RMILEC.. especially if you have too many WiFi around which use 2.4GHz band.
-Reply from LG350z (38 points);
V_max, I will try DJT and test range. I'm sure the eason for such a short range on Turnigy 9x is due to all the WiFi in my area, since I've seen people test at 700Meters and I'm getting about 100M
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
The reason might be in wrong assembly... First.. use low path filter (iron or ferrite coil) to passthrough all bunch of wires going to RX. Just 2-3 turns af all wires together on a single coil. Second.. this might be bad (dirty) RX powering. Separate UBEC (analog one) is a best solution. If you have servos connected to RX try powering servos from separate UBEC. Leave only signal wires connected. Third... check your power and ground connections, there must be no closed loops. In Ideal case all GND wires must be connected in one point, same for all power lines... Forth... it might be antenna mounting, be sure your antenna not shielded with construction elements and are as far as possible from any metal frame parts.
-Reply from LG350z (38 points);
9x does not have any servos connect to it. This is on a quadcopter Set up is 4 NTM 28 series w Turnify plush 30A ESC wired to a KK2 board. I took 9x apart to add LCD backlight and all wiring like OK. Will open again and recheck
-Reply from LG350z (38 points);
V_max, Now you have me thinking I may have a bad radio. Almost tempted to buy another 9x and DJT at once. Guess ill take it one step at a time. I just hate waiting to find out 3-4 weeks from now, after I do the JST conversion that my radio is bad. Guess its all part of the hobby.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Short range depends only on TX module and RX ... t9x body can't be a reason... So you only need DJT combo to try... Quad? "Turnify plush 30A ESC wired to a KK2 board." Well, how KK2 is powered? With ESC ubecs? And RX is powered from KK2 board connection... Do you disconnected 5v pins from signal connectors on ESCs? Disconnect (pull out 5v pin from ESC signal connectors) on ALL ESC except ONE. Multiple 5v outs from ESC ubecs shortened on KK2 board may cause 5V oscillation or ripples and this power noise will go your TX and cause sensitivity drop...
-Reply from LG350z (38 points);
When I tested the range I had disconnected all ESCs from Rx and was powering the receiver with a 6v power supply. But I also have a second receiver, will test that one too. Maybe it's just a bad RX
-Reply from LG350z (38 points);
Tested 2nd receiver this morning and range was a little better but not much, maybe an extra 10M or so. Will try to have antenna in different location and try that since it is on the quad metal frame. All wires power and ground wires are soldered on the built in PCB board on the SK450. If this doesnt work, Placing order for DJT. If that does not work then 1W-2W WiFi booster will be next step
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Metal frame sounds a big reason. At least take care antenna must be perpendicular to frame plane and as far from frame as possible.
Ted (122 points)
5/22/2013
  If I purchase this combo and decide later I want telemetry can I purchase a telemetry capable receiver to make it work Thanks
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Sure you can, module is the same in both combos (with and without telemetry), the difference between combos is in transmitter only. "Included* 1 x 8-channel Telemetry Transmitter Module DJT" You only would need other receiver( D8 series ) with telemetry capabilities.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Oppps, sory for missspelling The difference is in RECIVER only. Not in transmitter. Transmitter Module is the same
-Reply from Ted (122 points);
Thanks V
dhonext (70 points)
9/29/2013
  Hello i have the version 1 on this and i bought it way back 2011. Now i need another receiver to add... Can you recommend? TAKE NOTE THAT I AM VERSION 1 same as attached image
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
You didn't mentioned your module model. This is more important for compatibility check..If you have DJT module then .this d4r-ii work perfect with DJT module.
-Reply from dhonext (70 points);
Yes i have DJT module bought last 2011. so d4r-ii will work on it?
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes.. DJT protocol is the same
-Reply from dhonext (70 points);
Thank you... I'm gonna need 6 to 8 channel receiver... Can you recommend? Thanks
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Here is product ids of DJT compatible receivers... V8 series is one-way without telemetry, D series is 2way with telemetry. V8R7-HV ,V8R4 ,236000009 ,236000023-0 ,D6FR,V8R7-SP,D8R-XP,D8R-II,V8FR-HV. Most interesting are this d4r-II (can produce full 8ch PPMSUM, perfect solution to use fith flight controllers), and latest Delta-8 which compatible not only with Frsky ACCST D and V8 protocols but also with futaba Futaba S-FHSS Futaba FHSS and Hitec A-FHSS.
-Reply from dhonext (70 points);
Thank you so much for your inputs v_max. I might get one soon. Cheers
dhonext (70 points)
9/29/2013
 
     
dhonext (70 points)
9/29/2013
  FrSky DJT 2.4Gh
     
hellohello (8 points)
3/23/2012
  Kann der Hochfrequenzteil des Turnegy 9X Sender gegen dieses Modul ausgetauscht werden?
     
-Reply from Rob1451 (274 points);
Ja, das geht. Du musst nur das vorhandene Modul herausnehmen und die Antenne entweder abzwicken oder ausbauen. Wenn du dann die Funke noch mit der TH9X FrSky Firmware flaschst, kannst du die Telemetriedaten auf dem Bildschirm der 9X verfolgen. Wenn dir die Antwort gefallen hat, bitte nicht vergessen, den Knopf fü*r die Belohnung zu drü*cken. Vielen Dank
-Reply from Rob1451 (274 points);
Achtung: Der mitgelieferte Empfä*nger hat keine Telemetrieanschlü*sse. Ebenso aufpassen beim Einstecken des Moduls, da kö*nnen ganz keicht die Kontakte nach hinten in die 9X geschoben werden. Dann geht erstmal nix mehr und es ist nachlö*ten angesagt.
fung (5 points)
9/27/2010
  can it work on pcm9X2? do you have 9channel receiver?
     
-Reply from flatspin (329 points);
Yes, the FrSky transmitter modules will physically fit the pcm9XII. However, the FrSky transmitter module is only 8 channel and the largest FrSky receiver is 8 channel, so you will lose a channel if you use the FrSky set up with the JR 9XII.
chop1 (1 points)
2/11/2013
  just got this set up and waa wondering what the 2 switches are for on the back of the module? labeled on/1,2
     
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
Hi, they are there to switch between Telemetrie MOde on and off etc. For more INfos on the Settings please read the Manual under the Files Tab above. Hope this helps with your Question
Borto (5 points)
5/15/2013
  Hi, on other sites I read that this receiver does not support telemetry. Is it true?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Module supports, but this RX not. You need D8 series RX for telemetry. This pack : FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Module & RX (ID: DJT) has RX with telemetry
Captain Lockheed (3 points)
1/18/2011
  Sorry to have to ask a boring question, but can anyone tell me if this (or the other one with telemetry) is likely to work in my JR PCM9X transmitter? Please Note: It's not the PCM9X11 Thanks in advance, Steve C.
     
-Reply from 2Doggs (364 points);
I have a 9XII and this module and RX work perfectly with it. I think it's fantastic value!
-Reply from ausjj (10 points);
If it uses a transmitter module it will work with both the normal and telemetry module.
And very well at that.
-Reply from flatspin (329 points);
Yes, it will work. The main difference between the 9X and the 9XII is in the software. The RF modules for both types of transmitter are identical. Indeed they are the same as used in the JR 3810 (or JR8103 in the USA).
-Reply from Captain Lockheed (3 points);
Thanks flatspin. That was the actual answer I was looking for. I wasn't sure what the diff was twixt PCM9x and the PCM9xII. I can buy one now!
Dale (1 points)
11/1/2010
  Will this suit a JR R1 Pistol grip Transmitter I have & use..it is currently 36Mhz.........Cheers Dale
     
endee (7 points)
3/31/2013
  Hi, I got a JR XP662 and may want to convert to 2.4, Ive had trouble with 36mhz and 3300mah 4 cell battery stuffing up my R700 rx? (I think), will the frsky or the corona conversion solve my problem or will a new synthesized rx solve it for me
     
aditya gupta (59 points)
3/9/2012
  will this fit and work with my turnigy 9x ?
is there a problem of short pins at the back of the transmitter?
     
-Reply from greyfox (37 points);
yes i already done it , it fit very well but you need to remove (cut or Desoldering) antenna cable from the stock module ,
mark (1 points)
11/29/2011
  does this unit work in turnigy 9x and is it easy to put in. can some let me know please.
     
-Reply from Szasa (30 points);
Yes, this is works great in Turnigy 9X, and very easy to put in. But you need to remove the original module and cut the antenna cable.
-Reply from Arman (380 points);
Yes this is really easy to put in. Just take out the original module and cut 1 wire and place ur frysky module and you are good to go. Remember dont forget to set the failsafe1!!
sn0wchyld (30 points)
5/6/2014
  can someone recommend a good 2nd receiver for this? cheers...
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Depends on you needs.. num of channels and presence of telemetry capability... Both v8 and D series are compatible, v8 is nontelemetry mode, D series is telemetry mode.. Here is list of compatible ones (probably not full complete) 8ch with telemetry : SKU: D8R-XP * 8ch with telemetry : SKU: D8R-II * 8ch non telemetry : SKU: V8FR-HV* 6ch with telemetry :SKU: D6FR* 4CH non telemetry :SKU: V8R4* 4ch with telemetry:SKU: 236000009* My favorite is D4rII - SKU: 236000009 as this 4ch tiny RX can provide full 8ch CPPM and RSSI ... Very nice for use with flight controllers.. One more compatible option is X8R ID: 236000019-0 .. have sense if you are planning to migrate to taranis later..
scouttman (8 points)
10/19/2011
  hey can i use the rx telementry as a transparent serial tx and why does the tx have an tx and rx serial port? is it for programing? can i grab the rx's data off it?
     
Julio (2 points)
5/2/2013
  hello ! with this module can i have the telemetry infos on turnigy 9xr native lcd or should i buy an extra frsky lcd screen ?
     
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
yes you can, but you'll need to do some mods to your 9xr, or you just simply buy frsky screen
javier_david (6 points)
11/21/2013
  Hi, send this RX RSSI data to TX for viewing in the FRSKY lcd? or necessary telemetry receiver
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
This is one way NON telemetry RX. It can't send anything back to TX.
Straight8 (21 points)
4/22/2014
  I have a question about the FrSky Tx/Receiver. It says it includes Telemetry. How is this telemetry different from the 933 Mhz, $30 module you recommended? I'm not very knowledgable in this area but I'd like to learn more.
     
Straight8 (21 points)
4/22/2014
  How is this telemetry different from the 933 Mhz, $30 module that is used for ground control to APM link? I mean if i had it connected to my PC interface like serial i/f , would i be able to use it, instead of the 30 $ 3dr telemetry link??? I am not bothered by the cost , mostly it is because it will be much more elegant to let one tx/rx pair to handle both the manual rc controllers data as well as the inflight commands and waypoint data fr the PC /ground station uplink(which in this case would be connected to the fr sky telemetry channel via some sort of serial / USB controller and an arduino nano probably. Would love to credit some kind sole who can answer...
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
First.. this is frsky telemetry which has its own protocol and use frsky sensors. Second.. this ix tx/rx module for rc systems. The only valuable thing in frsky telemetry is that frsky rx (not one bundled in combo) can produce rssi and low rc signal alarm. 433 Combo is digital link intended to connect apm and fc. I use this combo with d4rii recever as a control system and osd plus 433 for telemetry. Btw rx in this combo is non telemetry. Only tx module is.
james (1 points)
6/19/2013
  I HAVE BEN FLY RC FOR 25 YEAR. I HAVE A 1/2 SCALE 300 AND 37% 300 I WILL BE BUYING YOUR DLA 112 SOON. MY NAME IS JAMES IF I CAN HELP YOU
     
-Reply from Janath (24 points);
Glade to know your Email
jokerfrost2020 (3 points)
3/21/2011
  i would to know if there i a diy video on how to put this module in the turnigy 9x. well becuase im am looking forward to flying airplanes at a longer distnce so if anybody has any info on how to do this please let me know it will be very appreciated thank u
     
-Reply from 2Doggs (364 points);
Here's a link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHnV6hGH108. If the link gets wiped, check this post on the HK forum - FrSky V8FR 2.4Ghz 8CH Receiver (HV) Can't get bind and on the bottom of the first page, the guy from rcreviews links to his video.
-Reply from Adam (59 points);
You tube has one.
-Reply from panosc1 (15 points);
is exact same as the turnigy 9x http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2iaH2QbHcg The only thing you need to do is to cut the x9 modul cable.i have already do to my x9 and it works perfect.
salvador (3 points)
2/2/2012
  is this module compatible with D8R-II receiver??? In the picture appear the same module in both combos, but hobbyking says that "this transmitter module is compatible with all V8 NON-telemetry receivers". thanks
     
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
Yes this DJT module is the latest version and will work with the D8R receivers. But in this combi is a V8 receiver included so no telemetry. Look for combo with D8 receiver if you want telemetry. That one has an error in title stating it's a DF module while the picture shows the DJT module as it should be. The DJT module can be used with either V or D receivers by setting some jumpers on the module.
-Reply from Leland (23 points);
Setting what kind of jumpers and how
NIKOLAOS (34 points)
2/22/2013
  Can someone please explain to me what are for the two little switces (1 and 2) at the back of the module? Thanks..
     
-Reply from Marko (35 points);
Those switches are for switching mode on modul, if you are using telemetry, (receviers like D8R, D6FR,D4FR, D8RSP, DR4) both switches have to be off (UP), and if you are not using telemetry (receivers like V8FR, V8R7-HV, V8R7-SP, V8R4) first switch have to be at off (UP), and the second have to be on (DOWN)
-Reply from NIKOLAOS (34 points);
thanks Marko. Also two more questions, 1) so the receiver that comes with this package V8FR-II can not send to the tx information about the safe flying distance is not possible? and 2)I is this packege working only on PPM? I am not sure what this is but I want to use it with DJI NAZA, do you know how am I supposed to use it? Meaning about the PPM or Tradition option if you know from the NAZA
-Reply from Marko (35 points);
1) Well, it can not send the information, but the modul will start beeping when signal is poor. 2) I don't know 100% Pls, like my posts, thank you *)
Larry (3 points)
12/18/2010
  Has anyone tried this on a JR X2610 transmitter?
     
-Reply from Owen (7 points);
if your JR TX module same as JR9XII ,then it will work
Eunkyung (8 points)
5/7/2013
  Can I get this to work with the Turnigy 9xr without modding.
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes it will work, but with modding you can get a bit more (for ex telemetry on TX screen)
othar (8 points)
12/15/2010
  hi, If i use this module, can i use a FPV system also on 2.4 ghz without problem ( as it said no signal conflicts and interruptions) ?
     
-Reply from Kamoo (8 points);
I believe it is not recommended.
-Reply from mubashar kazmi (3 points);
nooo problem..
-Reply from kd4gfy (23 points);
Tried with my 2.4 fplv tx and it did not work well at range of over 200 feet...i have braded all the servo, and speed controller leads and used ferrite coils**-still not really dependable and abny distance. Also please note that i have about 14 inches separation between the tx and receiver antenna...
Qamar (1 points)
6/15/2013
  Can i use this With the Turnigy 9XR Transmitter
     
-Reply from DAVID. (50 points);
yes, is perfect
-Reply from Jacob (1 points);
Yes I use it in mine and it works great. Any Jr compatible module will work in the furniture 9xr
Bigal1951 (14 points)
2/28/2013
  No, this is the receiver and Module you need for telemetry: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__14356__FrSky_D8R_II_PLUS_2_4Ghz_8CH_Receiver_with_Telemetery.html http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__19966__FrSky_DHT_U_Telemetry_System.html You also need the sensor hub and sensrs. http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__19970__FrSky_FSH_01_Telemetry_Sensor_Hub.html Hope this helps.
     
Matthew (1 points)
11/28/2013
  The receiver DOES NOT support the PPM-sub that the Turnigy 9x transmits..There is not enough information in the instruction manual that comes with the receiver.
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Sure RX from this bundle wouldn't work with 9x stock TX module...Frsky and t9x has different 2.4GHz trnsmission protocols.... But this is BUNDLE TXmodule and RX and you need to replace stock 9x module with one from this bundle. You need to do 9x antenna mod - unsolder stock antenna to replace TX module. and cut some plastic on t9x around module pins to fit module in 9x dock. This bundle works perfect with 9x. Check your 9x settings, must be type PPM and 8ch. The rest is just binding, well described in printed manual which comes with this bundle.
Bruno 0116 (3 points)
4/8/2012
  Is this module is compatible with Hitec Aurora 9?
     
-Reply from Stevegauth30 (80 points);
Yes,it's compatible,You'll probably just have to open up the case,disconnect the module that's in there, and replace it with the frisky.you might want to get the DIY kit cause the modules might be different size.it may be easier.
-Reply from mohdfai83 (3 points);
If i were you, i would choose FrySky DIY modules, but you have to buy FrSky Rx separately and the cost would be cheaper than this combo pack.
-Reply from cyr (5 points);
yessssss
Otoelpiloto (3 points)
6/9/2014
  Tengo este pack modulo y receptor, quiero comprar 2 receptores mas pero no hay stock puedo utilizar con é*ste receptor FrSky D8R-II PLUS de 2.4GHz 8CH receptor con Telemetery?O Algun modelo de receptor mas econó*mico?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
V8 series is NONtelemetry, D series is telemetry.. My favorite is d4r-ii recever
-Reply from Otoelpiloto (3 points);
Ok, then is compatible the module FR DJT with the receiver FrSky D8R-II PLUS de 2.4GHz 8CH?
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes, DJT module compatible with any of D and V8 series recievers
-Reply from Otoelpiloto (3 points);
Thanks, V Max
yoshimoto (5 points)
2/25/2013
  Will this bind with my 9xv2 receivers?- HK HKTR6A and TGY 9X8CV2 ,its not completely clear.
     
-Reply from ripcurl777 (480 points);
No, its not possible. Frsky is not flysky
yoshimoto (5 points)
2/25/2013
  Thank you ripcurl.
     
sporty (19 points)
7/3/2013
  Do any other brands of RX bind & work with this Frsky module or do you have to use Frysy receivers only
Im just asking as if these are out of stock as some are at the moment can we use something else thats compatable
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Nope, FrSKY ACCST (Advanced Continuous Channel Shifting Technology) is not compatible with any other brands. FrSky ONLY.
EODPete (418 points)
5/3/2013
  Sorry if this is already addressed, easy .10 for someone I guess... Not ready to upgrade to ER9x or similar, will this work with the stock v2 firmware?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes, it will. But you would need to disconnect 9x build-in antenna (requires some soldering skills) to get rid of stock module.
michael (1 points)
8/3/2013
  This item is not in stock correct?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Correct... -10. You can backorder it and it will be sent to you as soon as it will be restocked. Or you can press "notify me" button and get email when it will be restocked, to order it later, but.... with -10 in backorder restock will first goes to fullfill backordered items and if any remains then it goes to be available. So delaying ordering you may miss nearest restock..
Snoopyxx (3 points)
3/17/2011
  Looking for a module to go on a JR R756. Not sure if this one will work.
     
-Reply from 2Doggs (364 points);
I'm not familiar with the R756. Does it have a removable module? If so, the chances are the FrSky would work with it, and it's so cheap you might risk it. If it doesn't have a module, you might still be able to use use the DIY module.The module works really well with my JR 9XII.
-Reply from Snoopyxx (3 points);
It does have a removable module. It is quite an old radio. It shares part of its shape and parts with the KO EX-5.
-Reply from 2Doggs (364 points);
I think the FrSky will work with your R756 then, although I think the 756 is only a 3ch TX - so there will be 5 unused channels in the RX. They do sell a smaller and lighter 4ch RX, but it's cheaper to get the combo if the (fairly small( size and weight are not an issue for you.
Cap23 (1 points)
8/6/2013
  se puede saber la potencia de la señ*al en mi turnigy 9xr con este combo o es necesario otro receptor compactible con este modulo
     
-Reply from Ricky971 (1040 points);
La potencia de transmisió*n se indica en la descripció*n anterior: 60 mW. el receptor ya está* incluido en el combo, pero no tiene la telemetrí*a. Si quieres telemetrí*a usted tiene que comprar la versió*n DF (ID: DJT), con la recepció*n de la serie "D".
adrian (1 points)
7/8/2013
  hola amigos Tengo Una Radio WFLY 8ch y Compre this reseptor y modulo Pero me es imposible ermanarlos podrian Darme Una Ayuda Gracias
     
adrian (1 points)
7/8/2013
  hello friends I have a radio WFLY 8ch and buy this reseptor and module but I can not ermanarlos could give me a help thanks
     
-Reply from SuperSoup (13 points);
Hi Adrian, so you're trying to use this Frsky kit with your WFLY 8ch transmitter? What problem are you having?
ANDRE_SAMPA (28 points)
3/12/2013
  hello friends what the difference between this product and this one? PRODUCT ID: DJT (FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Module & RX)apparently equal, and because the value and receiver are different? thank you
     
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
difference of the two combo was in the rx, DF equipped with rx that can do telemetry, but you need to buy more accessories, such as telemetry display, rpm/voltage/temperature, depends on what you want or need to see
mikite (1 points)
12/28/2012
  works with TX Hitec 6 chanel ??
     
-Reply from Luca (31 points);
no. you have to buy "FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for Futaba w/ Module & RX" in order to use it on your Hitec Tx.
squidyman (146 points)
6/16/2013
  Is the range really what it shows it to be? hope so.
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Highly depends on conditions. Yes almost 2km of direct view deistance. With clowerleaf antennas even better then 2km..
-Reply from squidyman (146 points);
Awesome! Thanks
squidyman (146 points)
6/17/2013
  Hi, Can I use the serial output on the module to connect directly to a usb to be read by megapirate, etc. Also any way to connect a different antenna to the reciever? Thanks a lot!
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
I'm not sure I even can guess what you want to ask "serial output on the module to connect directly to a usb" Brrrrr... you can't connect MODULE (TX) to FC(USB), and if can then there is absolutely no sense in such cobbection. Also serial port cannot be connected to usb DIRECTLY... If you are asking about RX telemetry port, then physically you can connect it to any SERIAL port (not USB) on FC. But you would need to provide telemetry data for this port from FC. And as I remember this is not so easy, because you need to provide data in format of FrSky sensor hub protocol....
-Reply from squidyman (146 points);
Sorry for my lack of clarity. I mean take the telemetry data sent to the module and somehow send that data to my computer from the module so I can use a program to read telemetry sent from my multiwii.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
in theory that's possible. but frsky RX use it's own telemetry protocol, the same data is thranslated to TX module via telemetry connection, ER9X for frsky modded 9x can show this data on 9x screen. But this requires RS232 to TTL serial converter, as TX module gives non ttl levels. But this levels is sutable for RS232 (Hardware cmputer COM port) so if you have one, then you can directly connect module to COM on computer. But here simplicity ends... you would need some software to p**** frsky protocol data.. Do not know if something already written...
-Reply from squidyman (146 points);
Okay, I understand this better now. I have a RS232 to USB converter for my computer. So I would need to connect the frsky module to the RS232 and then find a program to turn it back into serial data so megapirate or other programs could read the data. Or I think it would be a whole lot simpler to just use a serial link to connect straight to my pc to read the serial data.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes, you can connect TX module via converter and then you need some software to convert FRSKY telemetry data. But this data is not the same as FC data FC sends to serial port. The simplest way is to use 3DR Radio link (or similar) instead. With it you can directly connectFC with MissionPlanner. See FPV Radio Telemetry Kit - 915Mhz (ID: 9387000010 ) for example...
squidyman (146 points)
6/17/2013
  Can I still put my video transmitter on the 2.4ghz channel without worry? thanks.
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Nope, bad idea, same band 2.4GHz high risk of interference, assuming you video TX antenna will be just few inches from RX antenna.
-Reply from Mar11 (2604 points);
Will this bind to rx of the turnigy 9x?
4cray77 (12 points)
8/18/2011
  Does this come with a
telemetry module or V8 module? I don't understand why the $53 package says V2. I know it comes with a telemetry reciever, but what is the V2 all about?
     
-Reply from Paul (3 points);
this cheaper package includes a telemetry capable transmitter module but the reciever is not capable of sending telemetry data. You'll get the ACCST function but for telemetry you need to purchase the telemetry capable reciever later.
-Reply from Miget (7 points);
All the V2 on the list means where the module clips are, this module has them on the side the other has them on the top and bottom as for the other part the last reply answered that.
Brent (32 points)
10/15/2013
  Do these modules fit straight into the turnigy 9xr without any modifications?
     
-Reply from Ricky971 (1040 points);
Yes, it's not like for 9X. This module fits perfectly in 9XR without any mod.
-Reply from Brent (32 points);
Thankyou, can you also tell me if you can bind the receviers from the 9x to this module
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
No way... 9X RX/TX use different protocol, it's nor compatible with FrSky protocol
-Reply from SirRookie (1 points);
There is only one modification you have to make which is to cut the plastic around male connector in the back of the receiver. Once this is done the module fits perfectly without any problems. That is exactly what I did and it's working perfectly. I used a Dremel to cut around with caution not to cut the pings. If you do it right you will see that it fits perfectly.
-Reply from Ricky971 (1040 points);
Mods are requested only to fit on 9X. There isn't any mod to do, to fit the 9XR, it perfectly fits out of box.
-Reply from SirRookie (1 points);
You need to cut if you use the product combination I used. Turnigy 9X 9Channel Prod ID 9114000004 with FrSky DJT 2.4GHZ Combo Prod Id JR-COMBO. I cutter the plastic around the Ping in the back of the receiver and the module fitted perfectly. But, not until I cut it. It works perfectly without problems.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
SirRookie, question is about 9XR not 9X. 9XR do not require any mods
-Reply from SirRookie (1 points);
My fault. You are right I was referring to the 9X not the 9XR. So, ignore my comments as it was about the 9X.Sorry!
Sergi (8 points)
2/26/2013
  can I use it with a 9x reciverer?
     
-Reply from sirglider (356 points);
No, only with FrSky receivers, see compatibility list on manufacturer's website
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
Hi Sergi, this is ONLY for FRSKY Recievers. If you want to use 9X Recievers you will have to get yourself a FLYSKY Modulö*e. Please dont get FRSKY And FLYSKY mixed up. Hobbyking currently does NOT use a Module only for 9x Recievers. Look for the FLYSKY Module that ends with a "B" on the Model Name or it wont work with the 9X V2 Recievers. Hope this helps you with your Question.... cheers
Teamsherman (42 points)
3/23/2012
  Can anyone recommend some other Rx's that will bind with this module? I have heard through the grape vine that some of the cheaper HobbyKing Rx's (3 and 6 channel) will bind with this module. Anyone know if this is correct and can you give me the model number to them if its true?

Thanks!!
     
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
No that's not correct. The cheaper HK rx's (3 and 6 channel) work fine with the Turnigy 9x module as found on the Turnigy 9X stock receiver. Not with this FrSky upgrade/module.
-Reply from Teamsherman (42 points);
Thanks mate, a credit coming your way.
Luca (3 points)
8/16/2014
  F65B6EF6-AC65-4F90-B1A9-CE1CB966681B budy code
     
-Reply from Busuioc (13 points);
how do I enter your buddy code to get the discount ?
-Reply from SGnice_ (43 points);
the easiest way just Google the above buddy code and find the search result with "buddycode" not the product itself. If the above buddy already used try other buddy code. I also have buddy code: 8F3AF39A-C709-42C5-99F7-8F7EAC9D32D
monit111 (207 points)
7/10/2011
  hi will this defo work with the turnigy 9x and can i put the 8db antena on my transmiter

also what about the softwear will that need changing

and is it defuclt and will it need to be solderd????

thank you
     
-Reply from monit111 (207 points);
sorry ment 5 db

-Reply from Lauri (1 points);
Yes it works with turnigy 9x. If antena is 2.4Ghz it should work too. You need frsky usb cable to change software(and computer). But it works fine with the old software too.
DANTES (10 points)
4/22/2013
  What is the version of this module? Is it the same with this: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__14355__FrSky_DF_2_4Ghz_Combo_Pack_for_JR_w_Module_RX.html
     
-Reply from Noircogi (267 points);
They both have the same transmitter module. This one has the non-telemetry-capable receiver though.
Ronny Thrane (3 points)
10/3/2013
  When I try to insert it into my Turnigy 9X it will not go all the way down... any solution for this....???
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
there are 2 ways.. 1 disassemble t9x remove backplate and cut plastic around module pins... This is most common way... I found simplier solution... open frsky module and cut out plastic separators around module pins socket.. 3 minutes with sharp knife... easy to do
-Reply from Ronny Thrane (3 points);
Thanks! I'll try to cut out the plastic separator :)
thesmo (14 points)
6/4/2014
  Has anyone heard of this damaging a radio? I have a 9X that is not working now and wondered if this was the problem. Cannot reprogram the radio now.
     
-Reply from glenn_mech (542 points);
Dont heard it..maybe there are other causes to it.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
as electronic engeneer with over 30 years of background ... I can imagine only one way it can happen.. when module has shorten power pins... this might result in t9x internal power stabilizer dead... but power stab death likely will result in total death of TX... Hardly it can result in partial malfunctioning
Mar11 (2604 points)
7/7/2013
  Will this bind to rx of the turnigy 9x?
     
-Reply from SuperSoup (13 points);
No, unfortunately the 9X receiver only works with the 9X module, and the same for Frsky.
Mar11 (2604 points)
7/8/2013
  Where can i buy more recievers for this?
     
-Reply from SuperSoup (13 points);
****
-Reply from MrScsi (272 points);
Right here at HobbyKing
Mar11 (2604 points)
8/1/2013
  Were can i extra buy rx for this?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Here.. Look under Radios_Receivers - 2_4Ghz FrSky ACCST. Just be sure you choose ACCST receiver.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Here is product IDs at Hobbyking. of compatible receivers V8R7-HV V8R4 236000009 236000023-0 D6FR V8R7-SP D8R-XP D8R-II V8FR-HV Just use search in top right corner by ID.
Ntc_heli (93 points)
12/24/2011
  will this module work with the D8R-II (V2) reciever? as this is a telemetry reciever. and on the description above it states: * Transmitter Module is compaitble with all V8 NON-telemetry Recievers
this is confusing isn't this module the same as that provided by the "FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Module & RX (V2)"
best legitimate answer gets CREDIT!!!
     
-Reply from nooby (28 points);
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-Reply from spitfire2010 (692 points);
ok, it will work with the D8R-II receivers AND version 2 receivers (vII and V2 are different and FrSky need a slap for being confusing)

it will also work with non-telemetry receivers. it is a great TX system but FrSky are the confusion kings.
-Reply from Ntc_heli (93 points);
then why does hobbyking say: "* Transmitter Module is compaitble with all V8 NON-telemetry Recievers" on the above description? isn't his implying that it does not work with the two way recievers?
-Reply from spitfire2010 (692 points);
I can see your point.
I guess it should read *also works with non-telemetry receivers.
Pahatik (15 points)
5/14/2011
  hi I have a question. What recceivers is compiteble with this module? May be all V8 receivers? And Will V8 receiver with module work with it?
     
-Reply from ozzee (70 points);
yip v8 rx
-Reply from Pahatik (15 points);
Will it work with frsky receiver with telemetry?
-Reply from ozzee (70 points);
I think so I cant see why not
-Reply from ROBERT (8 points);
YES,IT WILL WORK WITH THE V8FR-HV, V8R7-HV,V8R7-SP & V8R4 IN THE V8 MODE WITH SWITCH 1 TO OFF, AND SWITCH 2 TO ON THE TX MODULE!
Pahatik (15 points)
5/25/2011
  will it work with FrSky D8R 2.4Ghz 8CH Receiver with Telemetery
     
-Reply from Desaster (20 points);
Urgent Warning

May 20 , 2011


If FrSky telemetry modules (DFT/DJT/DHT) work with non-telemetry receivers in its V8 mode without putting modules into binding status in its two way mode first, modules will fail to get the correct ID (in other words, modules will have the same zero ID).

Users must put FrSky telemetry modules into binding status in its two way mode first to get the correct ID(this step can be done without binding with telemetry receivers), and then switch modules to required mode.

Below is the procedures:
1, Put the module into its two way mode (both DIP switches on the module to OFF).
2, Turn transmitter on while holding F/S button on the telemetry module. Release it in a few seconds. RED LED on the module will flash, indicating the module enters its binding status.
3, Turn transmitter off and switch the module to required mode.


Above procedures need to be done only once

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Albert_A.M.R (16 points)
7/31/2014
  This is an excellent product, I use it on a radio Turnigy 9x and vad fine, to have security megjor direction of the signal on the receiver premise that such antennas is 90 degrees one from the other .....
     
-Reply from glenn_mech (542 points);
i read its 45 degrees.
ricostarr (1 points)
9/10/2011
  Hi Guys, Anybody knows if this module will fit and work on a sanwa m11 ?? i'm looking for a 2,4G module that are sold by H.K, I also put a question on the forum but it seems that no body can give me an answer....

thx
     
-Reply from Szasa (30 points);
The Sanwa M11 has not removable radio module. You need build in the Frsky DIY module.
-Reply from ricostarr (1 points);
Hello Szasa, thx 4 ur answer, but what do u mean with an M11 has not a removable module..? how do u call the removable RF module at the back what can be remove.. anyway whill only DIY Frsky fit or an DIY Assan also?? I do not understand electronics is there no plug and play module here..?
-Reply from Szasa (30 points);
Sorry, I don't have that radio, but the in pictures what I found on the net, I didn't saw the removable module. But the I found it on the back side on transmitter. I think you need the Futaba compatible module, because the fixing patent on the short side of the module.
voyager4 (27 points)
9/12/2013
  Fits perfect on my Turnigy 9XR. Binding is easy. Great for the money.
     
-Reply from yamaren (477 points);
fail safe setting is easy too ..
Zutta (114 points)
6/26/2012
  would this better than the FrSky converion kit that you have to soldier for the turnigy 9xv2. I am setting up for FPV, Cheers
     
-Reply from alexcmag (48 points);
This is much easier to install on back of 9x. If you buy the version without module it is plug and play.
-Reply from ElectricAussie (4242 points);
Hi Zutta, This is a much better option for the Turnigy 9X. However, if you're going to be setting up an FPV system, spend the extra money to get this Tx module in combo with the D8R-II (telemetry) receiver (see product ID: DJT). The telemetry feature is great for FPV, as it will give you an audible warning if signal reception is getting weak. Cheers!
-Reply from AUTO XX (139 points);
It isn't plug and play on the 9x(s) I just recieved, there is a pin support that interferes and you will need to dremel the damn thing off to make this module fit.
-Reply from helixerox (2458 points);
Please note that the receiver offered in this set does not support telemetry. To implement telemetry follow the ElectricAussie suggestion.
STEPAN (1 points)
10/28/2013
  I please one set of
     
-Reply from FPVking (483 points);
Deemn, after many years now price increased 4 Bucks. Not happy. I wonder if FrSky himself rised the price or what?
LeBobo (10 points)
5/1/2014
  Dear Fr-Sky users, I wish to buy a DJT TX Module for my Turnigy 9XR radio but I would like to be sure that this module is compatible with my old Fr-Sky RX : V8R7 V8R4-II V8R7-II Could you please confirm that those 3 RX are fully compatible with DJT TX Module ?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
This module compatible with all v8 and D series receivers.
Sander35 (1 points)
11/26/2012
  How does the FrSky for the JR XP8103 differ from the Assan X8J for the JR XP8103? How do they compare feature and performance wise?
     
Jeff9 (8 points)
9/3/2011
  Hi I have just got my jr combo and am having trouble binding the receiver. I have the tx turned to ppm mode and then have the module so it flashes, as well beeping. I thing hold the fs button down on the tx then plug the battery in. I hold the fs button down for over a min but it still won't flash. Is it broken or am I doing something wrong? Why won't it bind? Thanks
     
-Reply from munsaf (296 points);
If FrSky telemetry modules (DFT/DJT/DHT) work with non-telemetry receivers in its V8 mode without putting modules into binding status in its two way mode first, modules will fail to get the correct ID (in other words, modules will have the same zero ID).

Users must put FrSky telemetry modules into binding status in its two way mode first to get the correct ID (this step can be done without binding with telemetry receivers), and then switch modules to required mode.

Below is the procedure
-Reply from munsaf (296 points);

Below is the procedures:
1, Put the module into its two way mode (both DIP switches on the module to OFF).
2, Turn transmitter on while holding F/S button on the telemetry module. Release it in a few seconds. RED LED on the module will flash, indicating the module enters its binding status.
3, Turn transmitter off and switch the module to required mode.

Above procedures need to be done only once.

Sorry for inconvenience that has caused you.
ijaz bahtti (1715 points)
7/6/2011
  can the v8r4 reciever bind with this jr module kindly b true
     
Freddy (2 points)
11/21/2011
  I really just want to make sure that this module will work with my turnigy 9x v2? And if so what rx would I have to use? My antenna got chopped off in an accident :(
     
-Reply from Szasa (30 points);
I use this module since august with no problem in my turnigy 9x V2.
-Reply from Freddy (2 points);
Will it still work if I flash er9x?
-Reply from Szasa (30 points);
Yes, I checked with stock firmware, works great. Then I upgraded to er9x, works fine.
-Reply from arnaud36 (1 points);
frsky works fine on my 9TX turned ER9X.
julio (5 points)
1/13/2012
  PLEASE HELP!! any body that could help me will get double credit.i just got this JR module with the reciver today after a long wait for my turnigy 9x radio Tx i folllow the instructions to put it on PPM turn off the radio press the bind botton on the back of the module while turning the TX radio on i get a bliking red light in the module then i connect the battery to the reciver while pressing the bind botton on the reciverRX the light on the reciver starts flashing red i turn off the TX and disconect the battery from the RX turn the radio on and power the reciver light is red but when i put the servo to test it does not move any servos it seen to be binded with the RX i know my servor are good because i have test them with a servo tester
what am i doing worng please help anyone with this problem.
     
-Reply from wifehatesmyhelis (37 points);
You need to verify that when you changed to PPM mode that all your internal settings are the same. Such as subtrims, levels, positions, rates, expos etc. Make sure everything is still the same. Mine changed on me when I converted to the PPM.
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
Hi I had the same issue. Until I pushed on the module and the servo signal got through. The PPM pin on the transmitter, the top pin, is smaller than the others. It doesn't need much to be not in contact so that everything binds and signal is fine but no PPM is sent. To fix you must check if it's the pcb in the transmitter or the pcb in the module (more likely) that is pushed back when the module is pressed in. I opened the module and pushed the pcb back in completely adding a drop of hot glue to
-Reply from julio (5 points);
Hey hancs thanks for your reply i found the problem, when putting the servo cables on the frsky reciver is backwards that when you put them in a turnogy or hobbyking reciver, i solve the problem by putting them inverse thanks
laure_f_o (5 points)
8/8/2011
  What is the differences between this and FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Module & RX (V2)?
     
-Reply from POLJOT (10 points);
The "DJT" model DOES have a telemetry capable receiver while the less expensive one you reference, "JR-COMBO" does NOT have a telemetry capable receiver.
-Reply from laure_f_o (5 points);
Sorry, I understand that the one at 38.33$, the DJT one, the receiver does not have telemetry and the other, the DF has a receiver with telemetry. Is that right?
-Reply from Paul (3 points);
exactly laure_f_o: Transmitter is telemetry capable but the reciever isn't in the combo pack "DJT.....& V8FR RX" if you want telemetry you have to go with the other combo pack or purchase telemetry capable reciever later.
laure_f_o (5 points)
8/8/2011
  Does the receiver transmit the level of received signal?
     
-Reply from knabby (7 points);
Yes, it is the so called RSS or RSSI signal.
MeteCan (18 points)
1/13/2013
  Does the slot can be fitted Turnigy 9X V2?
     
-Reply from sirglider (356 points);
It is made for it!
-Reply from MeteCan (18 points);
Thank You
DodgeHobby (230 points)
11/24/2012
  Might be a n00b question, I had the original Turnigy 9x and module, and have only had $pektrum DSM2 since. What receivers can I use with this module, any specific naming I need to look out for? And is there a receiver compatible with the micro servo connectors, i.e, RadJet 420 and other micro craft?
     
-Reply from Aldrich123 (18 points);
Use only Frsky branded receivers and there are micro receivers for micro crafts. Just look at the frsky catalogue
-Reply from DodgeHobby (230 points);
Great to know it will bind to an FrSky receiver! Cheers!
rustynail1 (29 points)
9/30/2013
  is there one that wood work with futaba radio
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Frsky ACSST combos but with futaba style module.? Telemetry one Product ID: DFT, NONTELEMETRY one ID: Futaba-Combo
Chris (2 points)
11/8/2013
  Will this be compatible with the Frsky FLD-02 Screen to show Rx and TX RSSI??? if so how do I get it to work
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Nope, this combo has NON TELEMETRY RX (V8 series) . TX module is telemetry capable, but RX is not You either need other RX in addition (D series), either choose other combo (ID:DJT)
Daniel Ricardo (2 points)
11/22/2013
  ALGUIEN ME PODRIA DECIR SI ESTE EQUIPO YA VIENE BINPEADO O LINKEADO.O HAY QUE LINKEARLO.GRACIAS.
     
-Reply from matrixxv750 (71 points);
Hola, Daniel... recié*n acabo de poner el mí*o en la turnigy 9xr... Hay que linkearlo... te cuento como hice. 1°* en el transmisor pones el switch 1off (abajo) y 2 on (arriba). 2°* Pulsas el botó*n del receptor y prendes la radio, luego soltá*s el botó*n. 3°* pulsas en el receptor el botó*n (con un mondadientes) y conectas la baterí*a, luego soltá*s el botó*n. y desconectas la baterí*a y despué*s apagas la radio. 4°* por ú*ltimo prendes la radio y luego el receptor y ya me quedo enlazado ok. Así* me funcionó* recié*n a mi... saludos.
-Reply from Daniel Ricardo (2 points);
OK.MIL GRACIAS ,ASI LO HICE Y FUNCIONO OK.SLDS.
Matevž (1 points)
3/17/2014
  Hi all! What is difference wth this module:http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__14355__FrSky_DF_2_4Ghz_Combo_Pack_for_JR_w_Module_RX.html Is transmtter same or not? Or. Its just that reciver is newer?? Thanks!
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Module is the same in both combos, The difference in RX only. This combo has non-telemetry one-way rceiver (v8 series)...The other combo has D series telemetry capable two-way receiver.
Booga (18 points)
1/1/2013
  If i was to put this module in turnigy 9x v2 what would i gain without doing any firmware updates to the radio,Iam relative newbie to this game and not into firmware updating.
Would this be the best module to put straigt in to 9xv2.
Of course iam talking about 9xv2 without current module.
Thanks.
     
Kamal (2 points)
12/29/2012
  I have a JR XP3810 do you have any modules and RX compatible with this modele of JR.
     
-Reply from theshewee (6 points);
iv put one of these in an old jr 388s think yours is the newer modle after that so should be ok
sirglider (356 points)
1/15/2013
  Can the telemetry be read on the T9X with open9x? Need any internal modification?
     
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
Hi, to read telemetrie on the 9X Display you will need to do some internal Mods and soldering. More Information is to be found on 9xforums. If you like this INfo please let me get rewarded. thank you
sirglider (356 points)
2/19/2013
  Could anyone point me to a tutorial for the mod in the T9x to get the telemetry from the DJT reading on it. Please not for the DIY module from FrSky. Credits for the good solution!
     
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
Do a Search for "Turnigy 9x full mod" And you should be able to find it, look for the Resukt on 9xforum. Sorry cant post links here, but hope my Help will help you with your Question... cheers
-Reply from firey1 (54 points);
smartieparts now have a non solder connector to fit to the 9x any version that will take the telemetry from this module and display it on the TX screen
Christophe (1 points)
10/11/2013
  Hello Can you help me? I can not syncronize the transmiter with the receiver. The module is mounted on a Turnigy 9X Thank Chris
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Pwer off both ... On TX module set switches as sw 1 off, sw 2 on. Press and HOLD F/S button on TX module and switch on TX while holding it pressed. Release button after powering. Next, press F/S button on module and power RX on while holding this button pressed. Release button after powered. Wait till led starts flash continously... You are done. Switch of RX first, TX next
RCMANIAA (57 points)
6/15/2012
  where can i get another receiver for this module?
     
-Reply from RC_HADY (288 points);
FrSky V8FR-II 2.4Ghz 8CH Receiver (HV) (Produkt ID: V8FR-HV)
or
FrSky D8R-II PLUS 2.4Ghz 8CH Receiver with Telemetery (Produkt ID: D8R-II)
and similar compatible product FrSky ACCST
-Reply from ElectricAussie (4242 points);
Hi RCMANIAA, This is a D-series module and can be used with either V8 mode Rx's or D-series (telemetry) Rx's, so any FrSky that is transmitting in ACCST mode will work. Just make sure you don't order one of the FrSky Rx's that's made to work with Futaba FAAST equipment. Cheers!
-Reply from -MLG- (448 points);
With all FrSKY ACCST RX ,In every description of Frsky RX it must say DJT compatible.
RCMANIAA (57 points)
8/20/2012
  What else i need to buy (in HK) for my 9x to perform the low voltage telemetry? thx before
     
-Reply from RC_HADY (288 points);
It is necessary to buy telemtrický Receiver D8R-II Plus and FrSky voltage sensor LCD for displaying information.
You can also change the display of the radio telemetry at mo on display (see the instructions on the net).
-Reply from theo.sti (6 points);
silly question, is the D8R-IIplus that is supplied with the DF JR combo already upgraded to V2?? IF SO am I right in saying that the D8R-IIplus that one can buy alone wont work on the DF package out the box before upgrade???? I am so confused.
-Reply from Lanius (145 points);
Receiver with telemetry D8RII-plus (Product ID: D8R-II) FLD-02 display screen (Product ID: FLD-02) and voltage sensor (Product ID: FBVS01). I hope it helps.
-Reply from RCMANIAA (57 points);
*Theo.sti. what do you mean by "silly question"?
antpgomes (2 points)
7/30/2013
  Is this the combo pack i should get if i want to upgrade my Turnigy 9x 9ch v2? Thanks
     
-Reply from Ricky971 (1040 points);
It depends: if You want telemetry, this is not the right one, since the receiver has no telemetry. The right combo, if You want telemetry is the DJT combo with DFL-02 display.
-Reply from antpgomes (2 points);
I am just learning how to fly but I broke the antenna to my turnigy...should i go with telemetry right away? if so, do you have a link to the right combo? credit awarded nonehteless, thanks
-Reply from Ricky971 (1040 points);
If You've to buy a combo, I'd go immediately for one with telemetry. To find the parts, just write DJT, for the Tx/Rx combo, and DFL-02, for the display, in the "search for..." bar on the top of the page.
-Reply from antpgomes (2 points);
I still need the D8R-II PLUS in that case. this one is DJT...
-Reply from Ricky971 (1040 points);
I'm speaking about "product ID": this combo has "JR-Combo" Product ID but is called "DJT Combo pack", the one I'm speaking about has "DJT" Product ID but is called "DF combo pack and has got the D8R-II PLUS receiver. DJT is the name of the telemetry transmitter, nut HK uses this name in a strange way for product ID and for Product names... P.S. Thanks for credit!
crash master (67 points)
8/4/2012
  does this module fit and work fine with the 9x transmitter without the module (PRODUCT ID: 9114000004)? thanx in advance will credit :)
     
-Reply from Lanius (145 points);
Yes, I have it. Note that the Rx included in this combo has NOT telemetry. If you want telemetry you need D8R-II Rx, FLD-02 display screen and telemetry voltage sensor too.
-Reply from vadav (24 points);
The module should fit perfectly, but i had to modify the connetion on the 9X a bit, the plastic was too high so i couldnt get the module all the way in. And its correct that the supplied rx do not have telemetry.
-Reply from G2XNL (5 points);
How did you modify it to fit vadav ? Did you saw out the plastic ?? I don't see any other way since the print is glued into the casing ..
-Reply from Lanius (145 points);
I cut off the connection with dremmel. Search "Problem with FrSky DJT and Jamara modules" in google and you will find information about this fit problem in hk forum.
joumana (55 points)
5/14/2013
  Hi, I am currently using turnigy 9x with stock module.If I use this module how much more range will I get?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
1.5 - 2km with stock antennas. With cloverleaf antennas, people reports up to 3km.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
BTW product description says "Extended range (1.5km-2.5km)."
-Reply from joumana (55 points);
If i use a higher gain antenna such as the 12dbi will it be useful? Thanks
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes, sure, good antenna will increase the range. But omnidirectional antenna do not give too much advantage. I'm plannig to use cloverleaf antennas with radial (not spherical) diagram. If you are not planning acrobatic flights far away it's very good for plain flights. But do not expect doublig of range anyway. Without buster you hardly can hit over 3km. Doubling range requires 8 ( 2 pow 3 ) times more signal level. Only high gain very narrow directional antenna can give such result.
Arthur Liew (174 points)
5/5/2013
  Guys,Is this module compatible with Turnigy 9XR?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes. JR type module is OK for 9X and 9XR
Arthur Liew (174 points)
5/5/2013
  What happens when I use this module with a diffrent brand receiver?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
In most cases nothing good.. this module use ACCST (Advanced Continuous Channel Shifting Technology) Hardly you will find any other brand reciver which will work with it.
Arthur Liew (174 points)
5/5/2013
  Thank you v_max for your comment.
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
You are welcome. Happy flying.
MARCELO TAKETO (16 points)
5/21/2014
  ESTE TX É* COMPATIVEL COM TURNIGY RX 2.4 V2?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
NO! not compatible with Turnigy 9X v2 protocol
-Reply from Pi90show (52 points);
Even if it's flashed (with er9x)?
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
the question was wheather this combo compatible with "TURNIGY RX 2.4 V2" or not Turnigy RX(!) is not compatible with this combo. It use differernt protocols. TX controller firmware in this case doesn't matter.
-Reply from Pi90show (52 points);
Oh! Oups.... hihi now I read better...
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Or may be question was incorrect... Who knows.
daniel (6 points)
5/16/2014
  i have this pack but with what another rx is compatible??
     
-Reply from glenn_mech (542 points);
all frsky air recievers..
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
glenn_mech, wrong!!!! Only FrSky D and V8 series receivers. (name starts with D or V8 ) FrSky has a lot of other noncompatible with this combo rxes
-Reply from glenn_mech (542 points);
Sorry for my wrong info.guys.. i buy this for my 9x transmiter..and i think this can be use to any frsky rx...thanks v-max almost wasting my $$ if you did not post here...i mean it.
-Reply from daniel (6 points);
Thanks guys but i need a rx in stock, what do you recommend to me?
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
if you are planning to use it with flight controller on multicopter then d4r-ii This tiny 4ch channel receiver can produce full 8ch CPPM.
-Reply from KryPL (225 points);
You can also use the newest reciver x8r with D-compatible mode :)
guroos (2 points)
8/20/2013
  What is the difference between this and the other combo: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=14355&utm_campaign=DJT&utm_medium=email&utm_source=ARRIVAL
     
-Reply from Ricky971 (1040 points);
I cannot see the link. I suppose You're speaking about the combo with D8R II PLUS receiver. If it's so, the Tx module telemetry is the same (DJT) and has got telemetry, but receivers are different: in this combo is a "V" series receiver without telemetry (so, You won't get telemetry with this combo), in the other one there's a "D" series receiver with telemetry, so You'll get telemetry with that combo (the telemetry combo's ID code is: DJT).
.tornado (2 points)
3/5/2014
  ****
     
pablosy1060 (1 points)
4/29/2014
  Is this availab! In the USA.
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
No, all FrSky products are available only in international warehouse, Guess because official selling RF products requires products licensing and this is real expensive headache for some countries. You can order it from international warehouse, delivery is cheap enough, but unfortunately takes long time.
ReNNo (18 points)
7/7/2013
  I'd like to see it in stock again ... plase HK, hurry up.
     
joshuatree (1 points)
1/15/2013
  Good morning, I buy the kit to set in my Turny 9x but the problem is that when start the secuence of binding (pushing the F/s button on DJT module and then turn on the RX, there is not light blinking in the module, like it has not electric signal. Some body can help me with this problem?
     
-Reply from hexus (41 points);
In a set there is an instruction on receiver bandage. Depends on the version (V8/D8). For V8 is F/S button (to hold at connection of a power) is used. Be convinced that jumpers on the transmitter are established correctly (1 - Off, 2 - On).
-Reply from joshuatree (1 points);
Ok hexus, there was a problem with the jumpers and contact betwen pins en the transmiter and the slots in the module, i fix it and the kit work fine. Thank a lot from argentine.
EZflight (50 points)
1/17/2013
  Is the tx Frsky module compatible with the rx: FrSky D8R-II PLUS 2.4Ghz 8CH Receiver with Telemetery?
     
-Reply from sirglider (356 points);
Yes, it is!
-Reply from hexus (41 points);
Yes. Just set all switches on the TX module in an OFF position.
-Reply from EZflight (50 points);
Ok, thanks you Bro.! Good day and Happy Flying!
Lotus88 (131 points)
2/14/2013
  What is the difference between this and the other JR one, http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewitem.asp?idproduct=14355
     
-Reply from Platser (11 points);
Different RX. This one V8FR-II have no telemetry. But D8R-IIplus have it.
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
Easy to Remember, there is a D-Version Series and a V-Version Series on FRSKY Products. Dual Way is 2WAY for Telemetrie. D-Versions have Telemetrie, so just remember D as DUAL and you know by seeing a Models Name if it has Telemetrie or not.
-Reply from Daniel (1 points);
Which version gets better range? D-Version Series or V-Version Series?
igorc (41 points)
7/18/2013
  why does this receiver have two antennas it's not capable of telemetry?
     
-Reply from Roger (3256 points);
The 2 antenna is for diversity igorc, the receiver will switch to antenna which has the best signal.
-Reply from igorc (41 points);
thanks roger.
VU TRAN (1 points)
11/16/2011
  I'm using XG7 transmitter ***********rc711****/shop/jr-xg7-24ghz-dmss-7ch-transmitter-8ch-rg831b-receiver-combo-telemetrybattery-p-3755.html I want use FlSky DJT with my transmitter, but i don't see my Tx in the Tx list compatible with DJT. Can i use this module for my Tx? And how to connect them , please help me confirm it. Thank so much.
     
azmi anuar (9 points)
6/25/2014
  can i used this in taranis and both internal/external module on to get 16ch with 2 v8fr? how about interference? because both activ with 2.4
     
hents4 (1 points)
11/3/2012
  can i place it on the graupner mx-12 transmitter?
     
fsdh (5 points)
12/20/2011
  comparing this with the V2 FrSky module, i understand that the the receiver for V2 FrSky module has a telemetry system. what is the benefit of the telemetry system as compared with the receiver here? thanks, guys.
     
-Reply from wifehatesmyhelis (37 points);
Basically if you are getting close to going out of range your radio will start beeping to let you know. Works as a signal strength feature.
-Reply from Dmitry (12 points);
if you do little mod`s you can get full telemetry info with rs232 serial protocol just on your tx) gps , battery state , signal in db, etc
tzidis83 (12 points)
12/15/2012
  which is the right led colour in the receiver after binding?Green or red? mine is green.AM i supose to fly?
     
Rafi (1 points)
4/27/2013
  I'm having some problems trying to setup this module with the 9XR. I have 3 of these modules. The first when plugged in and both switches set to OFF, it emits a clicking sound while the red led remains on, and the green led flashes. Holding down the button on the module when turning on has no effect. If I change the switches the clicking stops. Is this a faulty module? I put the second module in the 9xr to test, and this one doesn't make the clicking noise. When I hold the button on the module down when turning tx on, I get a beeping noise every 2 sec, and the green led on constant, the red led flashing. So I try to bind with the receiver Push F/S button down on reeiver and power on. All I get is a constant red light. I received some small bind plugs with my receiver* where are these meant to go? Nothing seems to be matching up to the instructions. Can someone help here?
     
-Reply from anzerman (7 points);
From memory you need to connect the control pin on channel one to the control pin of channel two. Then you can follow the same procedure outlined in the manual.
Arnaudd (53 points)
1/27/2014
  do you need to remove the exixting entenna on the 9x turnigy, I want to be able to swap to original module for my other planes
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
yes, unsolder untenna inside MODULE. untighten antenna fixing screw and pull up antenna with wire
Qestro (4 points)
1/6/2013
  I am getting an alarm from this module which I cannot seem to turn off????? maybe a voltage alarm??? I have no sensors connected to the RX.
     
-Reply from Fireadvance (7 points);
If its in a 9x then you will have a switch in the wrong position.
-Reply from waterlogged (3748 points);
The same as the 9x make sure all the switches are fully back or up and the throttle is at zero. I'ts a safety thing, so the plane won't start up as soon as you switch it on. Don't forget, switch on tx first rx second and switch off rx first and tx second.
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
Maybe the Reciever is not "bound" with the Module and it is the RSSI Alarm for bad Signal from Reciever. Is the Sound coming out of the MOdul itself or from the Transmitter ?
beatnik1967 (13 points)
2/9/2013
  I WAS WONDERING SINCE THEY USE METAL TO SHIELD ELECTRONICS FROM PUTTING OUT INTERFERENCE OR FROM RECEIVING, IS THERE A BENNIFIT TO WRAP ALL YOUR ELECTRONICS IN TINFOIL. FOR EXAMPLE, TO PROTECT THIS RX FROM INTERFERENCE FROM THE ECS, WRAP ALL YOUR ECS IN TINFOIL. I AM INCLINED TO WRAP EVERYTHING UP EXCLUDING ANY ANTENNA. SEEMS LIKE AN OBVIOUS SOLUTION BUT DONT KNOW WHY I HAVNT HEARD OF OTHERS TRYING THIS YET?
     
DocWood (3 points)
10/18/2014
  So I have a turnigy 9X. Please tell me why I would install this on my radio (essentially, sell me on this product). I assume the range is better, with improved signal strength. The telemetry aspect would be nice for gaining information about my model. Are there instructional videos on radio setup after it is clipped in place? Also, why not leave the original antenna for additional reception? Final question, will I be able to use a head tracker sensor with this setup for FPV?
     
-Reply from sTh0r (4 points);
Q: So I have a turnigy 9X. Please tell me why I would install this on my radio (essentially, sell me on this product). I assume the range is better, with improved signal strength. A: yes the range should be better but i dont have an original modul, so i do not promis anything. Q: The telemetry aspect would be nice for gaining information about my model. Are there instructional videos on radio setup after it is clipped in place? A: if you want telemetry on a 9x you need to modyfi it, even if you buy this. Q: Also, why not leave the original antenna for additional reception? A: if you leave the old antenna in place it will eat you signal strange... Q: Final question, will I be able to use a head tracker sensor with this setup for FPV? A: If i understand head tracking right it just uses a servo to turn the camera, if this is the case, the modul have nothing todo with this, but if you modyfi the 9x you can...
ktgohdt125 (1 points)
9/5/2012
  the Tx are telemetry but the rx - V8FR-II RX is not telemetry so, can i get the telemetry data from tx module even though the rx has not telemetry capability?? do i need to get both tx/rx with telemetry capability in order to get the telemetry data??
     
-Reply from Lanius (145 points);
You need a Rx with telemetry (D8FRII-plus) and FLD-02 display screen. To have voltage reads you need "Lipo voltage sensor" connected to the main battery and A2 receiver port.
BlueSky22 (3 points)
8/17/2014
  will this work with the Turnigy 9XR
     
-Reply from artemla (6 points);
Yes, it will.
Hermon (4 points)
12/20/2011
  is the Transmitter Module here V2? if yes, y the description here doesn't say so as compared with the other combo (i.e. DJTFrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Module & RX (V2))?
     
-Reply from Dmitry (12 points);
no, this one is cheaper.
-Reply from solentlife (152 points);
This is the NON telemetry module system ...
nobbyt (6 points)
8/19/2013
  will this work with the original frsky V8FR 8 ch rx not the v2
     
-Reply from Ricky971 (1040 points);
Yes, since also V8FR V1 is ACCST technology, but with that receiver You won't have telemetry, of course, even if Tx has got it.
-Reply from nobbyt (6 points);
Thank you I thought it would but not sure, I want it for my frsky Taranis tx, as I have several of the old type rx and Taranis, as it is ,will not work with them. Needs this module
nobbyt (6 points)
8/28/2013
  what is the socket on the fromt marked Rxd Txd 5v RND for it's not on the old futaba version. Just received this JR version
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
This is serial telemetry output... This combo has telemetry capable tx module. note it's not TTL levels, so if you want to make telemetry mod on 9x then you need level converter to use it.
Arman (380 points)
12/1/2011
  Does this receiver has a longer range than the diy kit?
     
-Reply from Dimon (45 points);
guess no... its same.
-Reply from Amadeusz (9 points);
Both are long-range modules. These are almost that same systems. This Combo Pack is only in plastick case.
Arman (380 points)
1/6/2012
  Which one do i get the one on the 1st pic or the one on the second picture? Plz tell me.
     
-Reply from solentlife (152 points);
You get the NON telemetry one way system ... HK are wrong with the title. Also this one way Tx module is discontinued by FrSky .. they only supply the two-way telemetry module now.
-Reply from Arman (380 points);
Yea thats why i wanted to know but do i receive the new one or the discountinued one??? I need to know! If you can give me fair answer=credit
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
The module is the one on the first picture (the djt with telemetry). BUT the receiver is the V8FR without telemetry!! If you want telemetry you'll have to buy a 2 way rx also or get the other combi pack instead.
-Reply from Arman (380 points);
*Solentlife If you got the NON telemetry module contact HK and tell them that you have the right to get the telemetry module for free. Because in the title it says that is the telemetry module!
Bartlomiej (1 points)
11/12/2012
  True story most bigger range!
     
Dan O. (450 points)
10/15/2012
  So how far has everybody flown out with this?
     
-Reply from Dan O. (450 points);
Also, can I put on a larger 2.4 GHz antenna to get longer range from this? Thanks!
-Reply from Lanius (145 points);
With 1W booster from rangevideo and 7dBi patch antenna (Product ID: 236000001) more than 7km. Whit patch antenna but without booster about 2 km. But high humidity levels and wifi networks will cut your range significantly
-Reply from fotofish (93 points);
Yes bigger antenna means longer range BUT also less wide beam. So in some point antenna tracker needed. This also means more complicated system and more things can fail.
-Reply from Jarred1993 (16 points);
i got 2km with the supplied antenna
nickoedff18 (40 points)
8/31/2012
  hi, what is invoved in installing this to a bone stock turnigy 9x? will it work with standard firmware, or will i need to update? thanks in advance
     
-Reply from jaybee95 (64 points);
It will work with standard firmware. If the original turnigy module is installed, you might have to cut the old antenna wire. Removing the old antenna is optional.
-Reply from dvogonen (47 points);
If you do decide to switch module it is a better idea to desolder the antenna cable in the module rather than cutting it. If you desolder it, it is possible to solder the wire back and make the module into a switchable module.
S-kas (3 points)
1/20/2012
  Is this equipment compatible with Turnigy 9x 9Ch Transmitter?
     
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
Yes IT can be plugged in the back of the 9x transmitter and will work. Please note that this kit is with the V8 rx so no telemetry on rx side yet. Also the 9x transmitter has a turnigy module mounted with antenna wire going through the case. You'll have to cut that original antenna wire and if you want to reuse the oroginal module solder back on. This frsky module is not compatibele with the turnigy receivers or hk receivers like the One that came witht the transmitter.
-Reply from merseyless (12 points);
the previous response is correct, however, you can mod your 9x so that the original antenna wire can be plugged into the FrSky transmitter. All you need to do is just drill a hole in your case, feed the antenna wire through and solder on the male connector.
S-kas (3 points)
1/23/2012
  Why the different transmitters are shown on the pictures? Which of them I'd get if I made an order?
     
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
If you order this product you get the DJT 2 way tx module (for JR types) together with a non telemetry V8FR receiver. If you want to use telemetry get the combo with D8R receiver (is listed in title as DF while it's a DJT, HK messed up the titles).
-Reply from cyr (5 points);
If you order this product you get the DJT 2 way tx module (for JR types) together with a non telemetry V8FR receiver. If you want to use telemetry get the combo with D8R receiver (is listed in title as DF while it's a DJT, HK messed up the titles).
-Reply from merseyless (12 points);
The only difference between the V2 and this one is that this one comes with a different non-telemetry reciever.
SammyC (84 points)
3/5/2012
  Is there a ppm out for direct connection to dragon osd?
     
-Reply from SammyC (84 points);
on the V8FR rx i mean
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
No for that you need the D4 receiver.
-Reply from knabby (7 points);
Or the D8RSP. This has 7 channel PPM out.
kostas (9 points)
1/4/2014
  can u simply explain differences between these 3 combos? 1. this one here 2. the XJT with X8R Rx 3. the XJT with D8RII Rx. whats the best receiver? i want to use it with a dji f450 quad. that cost me 500$. i want to put it on turnigy 9xr. options 1 and 3 are on backorder but option 2 is available. is it worth to buy it for 69$? sorry if i confused you :)
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
This combo with DJT module and V8FRII rx is not telemetry capable.(because of V series receiver is not teltmetry capable), Combo ID: DJT (DJT module and D8r2-plus RX) is telemetry capable... (modules are the same only RX differs) This both combos are 8 channel. XJT combo is telemetry capable and is up to 16 channels witn X series receivers (via s-bus on RX only) For my taste DJT module and d2r4 rx is a best combination for quad unless you need more then 8 channels. This tiny 4ch RX produce full ppmsum for 8 channels, it's small and very light.. PPMsum connection to most of FC reduce number of wires (weight again) and can be easy decoded with almost any firmware... Unfortunalely DJT module is not sold separately only in combo... so I choosed this combo (cheapest source for DJT module) and additional D4RII receiver...
-Reply from kostas (9 points);
does the d2r4 rx ppm works with naza v2?
-Reply from kostas (9 points);
but again d2r4 is not sold with djt so i must chose this one..and this one does not have sbus as i can see? so again i will have many wires... so would it be better (except costs) to chose the XJT combo so i have less wires? i dont want many wires
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Except price XJT module is better. It is backwards compatible with all v8 and D series receivers... as well as with latest X series. And naza supports SBUS, so X8R is perfect (except size and weigth )
-Reply from kenpappas (14 points);
Vmax, I am confused. The description here says it has telemetry. Any it seems you are saying no. I dont understand. Does this package above support telemetry? Thanks for all your responses! ken
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
In this combo TX module support telemetry, but V8 RX from this combo is NOT telemetry capable. TX module from this combo may be used with other receivers (D series) in telemetry mode. If you want full telemetry combo then you may choose ID: DJT (DJT module and D8r2-plus RX) or XJT combo. For my taste telemetry is not important if you are aimimg for FPV with OSD.. With FPV and OSD you will have much more and more convinient info then poor FrSky telemetry data wich requires in addition sensor hub and specific frsky sensors to have it....
FABIAN (1 points)
8/7/2013
  HELLO, I HAVE A TURNIGY 9X RADIO AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THIS WORKS WITH THIS COMBO RADIO TELEMETRY AS YOU WOULD LIKE TO THANK
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
First! This is NONTELEMETRY combo. For telemetry choose ID: DJT. Second, yes THIS one work with 9x. You would only need to unsolder stock antenna to replace module, and remove some plastic on module connector to fit module completly in dock. This is very easy to do.. The same mod requires for telemetry combo, but you would need in addition to do hardware mod for frsky telemetry (strong soldering skills required) and reflash 9x with Er9x-FrSkyMod firmware. Reflashing requres one more mod - installing ISP connector with soldering wires directly to main TX board. You can find complete inctructions, google for "turnigy 9x frsky telemetry mod" Or you can find a lot of videos on youtube like this one
Ronald (73 points)
3/7/2013
  What is the different with FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Module & RX explain me PLUS MINUS of those.
     
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
difference of the two combo was in the rx, DF equipped with rx that can do telemetry, but you need to buy more accessories, such as telemetry display, rpm/voltage/temperature, depends on what you want or need to see
-Reply from Ronald (73 points);
So the module are same have telemetry?
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
yes, yous can see the manual ****frsky-rc****/ShowProducts.asp?id=35
Ronald (73 points)
3/18/2013
  Can this module hook with OrangeRX rx and Turnigy rx too?
     
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
no, it can not
-Reply from Ronald (73 points);
So, only for FrSky ?
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
it is clear that orangerx and frsky cannot be hooked, they got different protocol, and for turngy rx as far as i know they cannot be hooked to with frsky, correct me if im wrong :D
-Reply from ripcurl777 (480 points);
You are right Harrythegreat, Orange RX use DSM2, FrSky uses ACCST and the Turnigy RX uses AFHDS. So 3 Drifferent Protocols. This is also why Module based RC are here! You can switch the Module to fit differnet usese / different Models (like a ARF Model with DSM2)
Ironeagle (25 points)
10/26/2012
  Hi all, Are the channel "1" and "2" connected together ? Can you tell me the channelling of this receiver ? Thank you in advance
     
-Reply from Gary49 (3868 points);
No,channels 1 and 2 are not joined together.This system is for a JR Tx so the channels will be in the order for JR which is;
Ch1 Throttle.
Ch2 Ailerons.
Ch3 Elevator.
Ch4 Rudder.
Ch5 Gear.
Ch6 Flaps (Aux1)
Ch7 Aux 2.
Ch8 Aux 3.
Hope this helps.
-Reply from Ironeagle (25 points);
Thanks a lot for your answer, But where can I connect my "UBEC", channel 7 or 8 ?
-Reply from Gary49 (3868 points);
Yes,your UBEC can go into any spare channel,if no spare channel is available then just use a Y lead.
-Reply from solentlife (152 points);
?? FrSky JR compat module and Rx as posted :

Ch 1 = Aileron
Ch 2 = Elevator
Ch 3 = Throttle
Ch 4 = Rudder
Ch 5 = Gear / Gyro sense
Ch 6 = Aux
Ch 7 = Aux
Ch 8 = Aux

-Reply from ESPIE (135 points);
*Gary : On a Jr radio :-) On any other radio, channels are mapped like just upon described.... And no, a Y lead is only autorized if you are using an ESC. If a servo is pluged there, it would drain power and affect all lines....
Ironeagle (25 points)
10/27/2012
  In which channel have I to connect my "UBEC" ? Thank you in advance
     
-Reply from Isaac (16 points);
Which ever ch you don't use should be fine. Power and ground are all connected on all 8chs hope this helps
-Reply from Jarred1993 (16 points);
as long as you get the polarity correct any channel is fine though i have this pack and there should be a dedicated channel called batt
Alexhyde (7 points)
1/12/2014
  How do you install this into a turnigy 9x
     
-Reply from __HaKK (798 points);
Remove the 9x module and unsolder or cut the internally mounted antenna wire. Open the 9X to cut the plastic surrounding the module pins (dremel or even knife could do it), pop the FrSky module in and you have a very good 2.4GHz module with many receiver and even telemetry options. Piece of cake really. 9XR is much better in that regards, just plug the FrSky DJT module in and you are good to go. I feel that 9X is a bit more solidly built, but you have to do more mods yourself. I have and use both 9X and 9XR with FrSky DJT TX modules.
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
There is easier way... 1. remove stock module, unsolder untenna from inside module, then unscrew antenna fixing screw on body and pull out antenna with wire.... 2. there is stupid plastic on 9x around module connector pins... This plastic is a headache because frsky module do not fit completely in dock... You may disassemble 9x, unscrew backplate pcb and then finally cut this plastic... this is common way... I'd suggest much simpleir way I use... Cut out plastic separators between connector sockets on FrSky module instead... this is much easier to do with a sharp knife...
Isidor (1 points)
11/25/2011
  Hi everybody, Hi want to know if this combo is compatible with the MX12 Graupner radio ?
     
-Reply from Szymon (17 points);
The module is compatible with MX12 and MX16.
-Reply from lakotamm (9 points);
Only DHT modules are compatible - Mx16/12 doesn't have changeable module and you cannot take original module out without cuttíng wires and openning TX. There's NO hole on the back side of the transmitter so this module isn't compatible. 2 compatible (frsky) modules: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__14353__FrSky_V8HT_2_4Ghz_DIY_Module_.html http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__19966__FrSky_DHT_U_Telemetry_System_.html PS: I own MX16s
Isidor (1 points)
11/25/2011
  Has this module and receiver updated to the v2 software? and has the hv 8 and 7ch receivers that you now carry been updated to v2 software as well?
     
-Reply from Szymon (17 points);
only the telemetry versions have the v2 software
Isidor (1 points)
11/25/2011
  ****
     
-Reply from Szymon (17 points);
Yes, FrSky is fantastic, just try to have your antennas angled away from each other and away from CF. Use the range Check function to make sure you're OK.
-Reply from Brian (10 points);
****
-Reply from Dallas (5 points);
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Bernadette (1 points)
11/25/2011
  I want one for my turnigy 9X, will it work together?
     
-Reply from Szymon (17 points);
Yes it works perfect.
Bernadette (1 points)
11/25/2011
  fail safe is working ? how can i try it?
     
-Reply from Szymon (17 points);
While receiver and transmitter is on, hold for example a little left rudder and push button of receiver once.Now let go of the rudder input and turn your transmitter off, after a second rudder will go a little to the left.Rebind to clear.
Krzysztof (1 points)
6/2/2012
  Hi, Is it possible to use this system with the turnigy 9x? thanks in advance.
     
-Reply from auto5 (101 points);
YES!!!!! this is a combo for the 9x.
-Reply from aerobatic19 (25 points);
I flight with that combo in my tg9x so now i have good range and link *) I highly recommended
-Reply from Szasa (30 points);
Yes, it fit perfect, I use with no problem.
Doodie (62 points)
3/19/2013
  Does it beep when you are running out of range?
     
-Reply from ripcurl777 (480 points);
Hi Doodie, i think the Range warning only works with the Telemetry combo, Produkt ID: DJT cause it needs a reverse channel for that. Anyone correct if is wrong *)
Rinalds (3 points)
8/29/2013
  whats the difference in this and the other 50$ kit?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
This kit include NONtelemetry recever, $50kit include telemetry capable receiver. TX modules are the same in both kits and are telemetry capable.
brunocantelli (6 points)
8/19/2014
  Hi all, What is the difference between this receiver: "D8R-II PLUS", "FrSky X8R 8/16Ch S.BUS ACCST " and "8FR-II "? Thinking only in telemetry and this tx: "FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Telemetry Module & V8FR-II RX" (which I have already both) and "FrSky Battery Voltage Sensor - FrSky Telemetry System." , what more would I need to know my battery voltage? What receivers are compatible with this transmitter module I bought? thinking about 9XR, will voltage information be displayed in 9xr display or I need a different screen?
     
-Reply from contact303 (225 points);
Compatibility:
V8 Series: (Non-telemetry receivers)
V8FR-HV, V8R7-HV, V8R7-SP, V8R4

D Series: (Telemetry receivers)
D8R, D8R-II, D8RSP, D6FR, D4FR


These are compatible rx I dont know why u ask about frequencies just follow the advice and stick to these RX .
Fighter Command (116 points)
4/28/2013
  This gear is just so easy and great to use... Glitch free, enjoy!
     
Jean-Baptiste (1 points)
8/29/2013
  If I connect this module in my TGY 9X, is compatible with "FrSky Delta 8 2.4Ghz 8CH Multi-Brand Receiver D8/V8 Futaba S-FHSS/FHSS Hitec AFHSS Compatible" or FrSky TFR6 7ch 2.4Ghz Receiver FASST Compatible ? THX
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
This module is compatible with FrSky ACCST receivers D and V8 series. So Delta 8, yes, compatible, But TFR6 is not
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Here is list of compatible receivers (product ids) V8R7-HV V8R4 236000009 236000023-0 D6FR V8R7-SP D8R-XP D8R-II V8FR-HV
Edenilson (1 points)
12/9/2013
  Bom dia! Esse modulo funciona no modelo: Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitter without Module (Mode 2) (v2 Firmware)?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes, but you would need to cut a bit plastic arround module connector pins to fit module completely in dock. If choosing no module option, better choice will be 9xr. Fits witout any mods and has some neat features 9x is missing.
-Reply from Ricardo (22 points);
Funciona sim, Edenilson! Mas você* vai ter que cortar um pedaç*o de plá*stico que fica em volta dos pinos do rá*dio! Como o v_max disse, se você* ainda n comprou o rá*dio, pega o 9XR! O mó*dulo "funfa" certinho nele, sem precisar cortar nada, e ele ainda tem umas funç*õ*es a mais! Abraç*o
-Reply from Diogenes (41 points);
Ricardo, sabe se esse mó*dulo tem o padrã*o KO-propo ?? Eu tenho um rá*dio antigo da KO que quero converter pra 2.4 trocando o mó*dulo, como fiz com o meu 3pk usando o kit da corona, mas o corona nã*o encaixa no KO, a caixa do modulo do padrao futaba é* bem maior.
-Reply from Ricardo (22 points);
Acredito que nã*o, Diogenes... O mó*dulo da FrSky pro Futaba é* levemente menor que os mó*dulos da JR, ou seja... Se o Futaba nã*o serve porque é* grande, o JR també*m nã*o irá* servir! Eu nunca vi modulo FrSky pra receptores KO-propo, EU ACHO que eles só* trabalham com JR e Futaba mesmo! Abraç*o!
jason (28 points)
2/19/2013
  is this combo suitable for the Turnigy 9XR radio ?
     
-Reply from sirglider (356 points);
Perfect!
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
yes it is
-Reply from jason (28 points);
thanks for the confirmation
-Reply from sirglider (356 points);
Thanks for the credit
shamim (31 points)
12/12/2012
  anybody knows how I can get the info on ER9x frsky upgraded screen? it shows "NO DATA". I cant get any telemetry info on my screen. thanks
     
shivshankar (1 points)
7/24/2013
  ****
     
Carbond (19 points)
8/28/2012
  hobbyking you really need to get better at keeping items in stock. 20-30 days with no stock of an item is unacceptable for both parties. You're losing a lot of money and I'm not getting my items!
     
-Reply from theo.sti (6 points);
ITS IN STOCK!!! YAY WE CAN BUY
-Reply from old motohead (78 points);
hey carbond..if something is out of stock .just put it on a single order .then when they come in you will be at the top of the list.often because of this tech.it may seam like stuff never comes in .but guys will order up .and you may have to wait a long time
parapilot1453 (1 points)
11/23/2013
  Hey, im thinking of getting this for my 9x, but i need to know if its compatible to bind with the FrSky V8R4-II 2.4Ghz 4CH Receiver, Thanks!
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
TX module (DJT) from this combo is compatible with frsky D and V8 series receivers..and V8R4-II too
-Reply from grapo1999 (12 points);
in installing it on the 9x you will need to cut off the piece of plastic that protrudes over the pins in the module compartment
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
It's much easier and faster to cut out plastic separators around socket on TX module instead...
Lanius (145 points)
7/31/2012
  I bought this module and receiver, Turnigy 9X without module and telemetry screen FLD-02. I want have RSSI and model batery voltage reads in the display, Did I need a sensor hub and Lipo voltage sensor too?
     
-Reply from ninuki (10 points);
at first you need a Telemetry receiver like the FrSky D8R-XP 2.4Ghz Receiver (w/telemetry)and if you want to see the lipo voltage you need that sensorFrSky Battery Voltage Sensor - FrSky Telemetry System. The sensor hub is only need when you want to see the lipo zell voltage but then you need also the FrSky Lipo Voltage Sensor FLVS-01 hope that helps you
-Reply from Lanius (145 points);
OK thanks ninuki! V8FR has not telemetry... I don´*t understand why is sold in combo with a telemetry module... this confused me... another order, more $ for HK... grrrr
Dmitry (3 points)
9/9/2014
  Hi! bubby code C07B9B13-3828-4AE2-B421-F7E8CB430E00
     
kerem (7 points)
10/27/2013
  ****
     
famillie (1 points)
9/24/2014
  Hey, Will this module fit my turnigy 9X V2 Will it improve the range because i use i on a rc boat an the range is 150 meters at max with the stock reciever. Thanks
     
-Reply from lorenzo (95 points);
i can get 1.2 km with the djt frsky. you can go up to 2 km with patch antenna
famillie (1 points)
9/25/2014
  Will this fot the 9x V2 whithout making adjustments to the transmitter or the module? Thanks
     
-Reply from glenn_mech (542 points);
yes it will fit..but some T9x you have to strip the plastic at the back of the tx..
-Reply from chly3001 (528 points);
actually you have to modify the transmitter such that you are able to take out the inbuilt module, if not you will not be able to put this module in
otavio (40 points)
1/4/2013
  Hi, I need a help!!! I would like to know what's the Diference between FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR and FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Telemetry Module & V8FR-II R. ? Both has a telemetry!!! I intend to use whith turngy 9xr, the only difference that I noted is about the price!!! the DF is $50.43 and the DJT is $38.33!!! Thanks a lot, Otavio
     
-Reply from Hurley (345 points);
The $38.33 the TX has telemetry, But the RX does NOT have telemetry. The 50.43 the TX and RX have telemetry.
-Reply from martinlmtl (28 points);
If it's the case, there is something wrong with prices. The difference price between both receivers when bought separately is $4.74. When buying the receiver/transmitter kit, the price difference is 12.10. Why charging so much for telemetry package when transmitter are the same for both kit?
-Reply from Hurley (345 points);
I have some of both (RX with and without telemetry)and I did not need a new RX with telemetry. But I needed a new module with telemetry for my new 9Xr . So I just bought this and saved some money! You can not get the module separate from Hobbking. But they do have one without a case and you have to open the case of the TX and solder it in to the TX and drill a hole to mount the antenna.
-Reply from Hurley (345 points);
I have the one you solder in my 9X. But I did not want to do that to my new 9Xr.
glenn_mech (542 points)
2/19/2014
  can we display the RSSI?want tousethis for fpv.
     
-Reply from madruga (123 points);
In rx side yes. in module side you need LCD panel to show data tetemetry RSSI,battery V, and more with aditional sensors.
-Reply from madruga (123 points);
note to receive rssi data you need rx with telemetry this rx in picture do not have telemetry good fly...
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
NO! (MADRUGA, PLEASE STOP GIVING WRONG ANSWERS! ) V8FR-II do not have RSSI output. And solutions like described on fpvlab forum in "RSSI on Frsky V8FR-II " thread is just fake.. hooking RSSI from pin on chip is not possible.. it's someway related signal to RSSI but it contains several sequential phases with RSSI level on one very short phase, in other phases this signal has other levels not related to RSSI. In theory this is solvable with analog sample hold device if you have some other signal to trigger sampling, but there is no signal for it outside the chip. For RSSI output you need D series receivers... I prefer d4r-ii which is only 4 channel but provide full 8ch PPM output and RSSI output
-Reply from glenn_mech (542 points);
v_max thank you for the info...but thus the d4ii reciever will directly display the rssi into my monitor.?
Nerius (29 points)
2/10/2013
  Hello, what do you think what range i would get with this and the "FrSky 2.4G V8 Series 5db module Antenna" ? if peapole say that you can get 1.5Km with the stock one then would i get about 3Km ? I am planning to fly FPV ( and maybe later buy a 1w signal booster).
     
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
Hi Mattes, the 5DB Antenna will give you ab out 2.5KM in Range. BUT: It all also depends on your Surrounding as far as Hills, Buildings, Tall Trees etc can can reduce the Range/Receiption. Hope this helps you w ith your Question.
-Reply from Nerius (29 points);
Thank you for your answer! I live in a plain area where are no trees or buildings so i think i will get such range.
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4184 points);
OK, if you can poisition yourslf a little more Uphill you can even get more than 3KM on clear Days. And thankyou for the Credit
fnjyx (1 points)
5/1/2014
  will it fit and compatible with Turnigy 9XR?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
just plug'n'play... 100% compatible
Modestas (2 points)
10/27/2013
  Too bad it takes so long to restock
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
subscribe for restock notification or you will miss next restock again... Or better backorder it, and you will get it as soon as it will be restocked...
-Reply from LordKaos (61 points);
It's convenient that you order it and wait. Ordered backroders are priority when stock arrives.
MOHAMAD AIZUDDIN (6 points)
3/25/2012
  Is this module is compatible with Hitec Aurora 9?
     
-Reply from Bruno 0116 (3 points);
Is this module is compatible with Hitec Aurora 9?
Igor (9 points)
2/11/2014
  compatible with 9xr?
     
-Reply from v_max (3859 points);
Yes, 100 percent compatible... Good choice
-Reply from madruga (123 points);
Just plug and fly. 2500m range. good fly...
flybug111 (27 points)
3/30/2012
  ****
     
-Reply from Stevegauth30 (80 points);
****
-Reply from flybug111 (27 points);
****
-Reply from Stevegauth30 (80 points);
I'm probably wrong,so sorry for misinformation but I thought you could not use $pektrum with this.
-Reply from flybug111 (27 points);
no problem at all ,would be nice if it did , cheaper anyways .
-Reply from AirplaneDope (14 points);
****
zapot (7 points)
7/16/2012
  Using this module, rx and 7db antenna, on second flight my elec aircraft locked 3/4 throttle, rolling into ground with no response from tx, like closing throttle etc. Failsafe was set but did not activate as it is set 0 throttle. do you have any suggestions on what may have occured to loose tx rx communication?
     
-Reply from XENARO (13 points);
If you have fences or metal buildings around you its a promblem if the tx rx is working after the accident you have to think of the area that you era fluing watch also for military bases sometimes they block all the comunications..I have the same module with no problems i dont believe its bad quality .Ihave put also ferrite rings at the power cables.
-Reply from DrPaprika (3 points);
Sounds like power to the RX was disconnected.
-Reply from zapot (7 points);
Hi guys, thanks for your suggestions.
I found that i actually had a servo failure (yep, second flight from new ! Parkzone :-( ) on a delta wing so any input spun aircraft more which gave me the impression i had no control / response from radio. As for the throttle, i was very fast from high - and on the pullup - when the failure occured so either the prop was still windmilling or it happened so fast there was not the time for the motor to have been shut off. Anyhow i am glad to say the module is A OK, been using on other models without a problem since
dan333 (2 points)
4/3/2012
  Ok, I'm confused. I have placed an order for this module thinking it is DJT with telemtry and am waiting for delivery. However, when I look at the second pic it is a different module V8JT and doesnt say telemetry. What exactly did I just buy?
     
-Reply from Stevegauth30 (80 points);
the DJT 2.4 Hhz combo is a telemetry system, how ever, it does not come with every thing you need. You will also need the telemetry hub, what ever sensors wou wish to be able to monitor. and an osd to be able to see the data.If your just getting in to telemetry, then your off to a good start.the FrSky is an excelent choice for the money.
-Reply from dan333 (2 points);
Thanks Stevegauth30 I received the module (in record time, nice work HK) and it is DJT.
-Reply from cyr (5 points);
yessssssssss
Nexus6 (16 points)
4/29/2012
  hi, this module it's compatible with turnigy 9x v2? if it's compatible what's the difference with that: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__14355__FrSky_DF_2_4Ghz_Combo_Pack_for_JR_w_Module_RX_V2_.html ? why the money difference? thanks.
     
-Reply from Rothmans (1543 points);
The difference is on the Receiver.
PRODUCT ID: JR-Combo, the receiver is without Telemetry.
PRODUCT ID: DJT, the receiver is with Telemetry. Mean Two way communication

-Reply from fbaquero (35 points);
Hi this kit work for the turnigy 9x v2 because it has the module but I recommend you to flash your controller because that would give you more options and also Im sure that it will extend the range, I have being researching for the possible modules and this one seems to be the best for FPV flight, because it has a lot of range, there are many tutorials about how to install this module... I hope this answer work for you
Drunya (79 points)
10/15/2013
  Hi all. I'm using Turnigy 9X with stock module and 1.2GHz 200mW video system. At range of 20-30 meters RC fully disappears. Without Video channel , RC works well for hundreds of meters. I'd like to know is there somebody who use this RC module with 1.2GHz video without any affecting to eachother? Or I have to change my video system to 5.8GHz? Thanks!
     
-Reply from Dan Theman (75 points);
1.2GHz is a harmonic of 2.4GHz so you will get interference. You will either need to change one or the other. 5.8GHz and 900MHz are options for video, 433MHz is an option for RC (could use a LRS system).
-Reply from Raymond (35 points);
Or you can get a 1.2ghz low pass filter that reduces interferace from harmonics. search 1.2ghz low pass filter on google, and you will find one. Buying a whole new system is not always necicary.
-Reply from Dan Theman (75 points);
Really? Wish I knew that before! Nice one Raymond. Have you done this?
-Reply from Drunya (79 points);
I heared this filters don't help.
paktazh (13 points)
3/6/2013
  is this gonna be good for the new Turnigy radio ?
     
-Reply from Marko (35 points);
If your new turnigy radio is 9XR, it will fit perfectly. If your new turnigy radio is 9x with modul, you will have to unsolder the antenna from modul to put it out.
-Reply from Laxmikant (801 points);
or u can leave the antenna and cut the wires, anyways the stock module u ll not be needing it until u want to sell on ebay.
paktazh (13 points)
4/5/2013
  I just got my frSky how can I make it work I just installed the FrSky in the back of my RX9 tx but I donot see any frsky menu in my Turnigy 9xr and also the RX red light is disappeared need help plz Fr Sky an
     
-Reply from paul (24 points);
the menue wont change it just replacing the tx mod. then you have to bind the new rx, i had to wiggle the mod around a little the first time b-4 it powered up,if thats what you mean by the red light.
paktazh (13 points)
4/6/2013
  Hi Can some one help I got the same one i tried to bind it but the receiver led is not turning on no red no green after pushing the F/S is it mean the RX is dead or ????
     
-Reply from paul (24 points);
you need a battery or powered up esc connected then you need two bind jumpers installed on ch 1&2 you need tojump from pwm term on ch 1 pwm term on ch 2,then the same for the center power terms on ch 1&2
-Reply from paktazh (13 points);
sorry and what is pwm as u mentioned?
paktazh (13 points)
4/6/2013
  U mean connect the top pin of ch 1 and ch 2 in the RX by a jumper like Trigy RX
     
-Reply from paul (24 points);
the jumpers come with the recever the two little black squares, ya the top ch1-top ch2 then center to center.after it binds remove them and plug in your servos. the instructions dont really tell you that, but they give you thr bind procedure.
-Reply from paktazh (13 points);
and do i have to do this twice or at once i mean should i connect both jumber at once or one at the time thaks
paktazh (13 points)
4/6/2013
  ok let me see if i get this right 1- I connect the top pin of ch 1 to top pin of ch 2 using jumber and the second jumber connecting center of ch1 to center of ch 2 am i right and do i have to pres the f/s of the rx too or no thanks
     
-Reply from paul (24 points);
thats right i dont have the inst. in front of me but i think your suposed to push button on rx while you apply power just like the tx
-Reply from paktazh (13 points);
i might have dead RX since no led light is showing
paktazh (13 points)
4/6/2013
  I did so i left the ch 1 of the module to off ch 2 to on then i connected the ch 1 and 2 of the rx with one jumper and center ch of one to 2 then i connected my 2 cell 7.4 battery to ch 4 red wire to center black wire to bottom and then i pressed th F/S in Rx while connecting it but no light indication on the rx no red or green at all and i did all of these whiile my tx was on and frsky module light was flashing
     
-Reply from paul (24 points);
i would use a recever batt. or a esc to power it up also the tx switches 1 on 2 off but mine works 1&2 off-off. olso tx on ppm mode
-Reply from paul (24 points);
the features section says easy to bind!
paktazh (13 points)
4/6/2013
  how do u put the tx in ppm since it got a different menu then the old one also i was told that it support more then 9ch is it right
     
-Reply from paul (24 points);
system menue-modeevat-ppm or pcm.and no the recever gets 8 channels
x244z (39 points)
2/25/2013
  is this the one I need for the 9xr or would it be the df for 52 $
     
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
both of them will works
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
the df module can be used for monitoring the Rx’*s voltage, temperature, location, speed and so on, that is why the price is a little higher
x244z (39 points)
2/25/2013
  whats the difference?
     
-Reply from harrythegreat (215 points);
the df module can be used for monitoring the Rx’**s voltage, temperature, location, speed and so on, that is why the price is a little higher, but you will need to buy additional items to do that, such as a display and lots of sensor depends on what you want to see
bobo (7 points)
2/4/2012