Jumper T8SG - First TX stock running on Deviation

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13 Nov 2017 09:24 #65788 by Iroquois
Replied by Iroquois on topic New TX from Banggood
mwm, If Joe Bloggs goes in a shop and buys one, it's a standalone product. If he then buys a second one he may start crashing models because it's different. Leave well alone!

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14 Nov 2017 13:58 - 14 Nov 2017 13:59 #65821 by fneuf
Replied by fneuf on topic New TX from Banggood

Iroquois wrote: fneuf, I wasn't trying to imply anything. I just don't understand why people are trying to make the two transmitters identical. If you take the T8SG as a standalone product, there's nothing wrong with it.


I tried to develop your point, as I understood it.

Iroquois wrote: Who is trying to make it identical? The hardware is based on the devo 7e, there isn't really any difference already just a couple of quirks with the T8SG that need improvement.

I guess it was partly driven by the fact it was initialy running devo7e build. It leads people to think it was Jumper's intention to make a TX really close to the 7e.


@dc59 @norulers : do you know why "mini USB" connector was chosen for the T8SG ?
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15 Nov 2017 07:20 - 15 Nov 2017 07:28 #65842 by SeByDocKy
Replied by SeByDocKy on topic New TX from Banggood
A novel DeviationTX multimodule compatible radio ? : www.banggood.com/IRangeX-iRX-IR8M-2_4G-8...eiver-p-1226058.html

10 samples should be available from 11-30... I should grab one :)
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15 Nov 2017 07:23 #65844 by FDR
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SeByDocKy wrote: A novel DeviationTX multimodule compatible radio ? : www.banggood.com/IRangeX-iRX-IR8M-2_4G-8...eiver-p-1226058.html

Yes it seems.
aMax has already spotted that:
www.deviationtx.com/forum/6-general-disc...ust-round-the-corner

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15 Nov 2017 12:47 #65848 by Iroquois
Replied by Iroquois on topic New TX from Banggood
Another toy for you all to play with? I'd better order one before you start tinkering,

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15 Nov 2017 15:05 #65852 by aMax
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...good luck.

Devo7e, TaranisQ X7, R9M , 4in1 MM, Futaba FC18plusV3.2 & DFT/FLD-02

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16 Nov 2017 08:46 #65881 by mwm
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Iroquois wrote: mwm, If Joe Bloggs goes in a shop and buys one, it's a standalone product. If he then buys a second one he may start crashing models because it's different. Leave well alone!


That's true for any product that supports software updates. Different versions of the software behave differently, that's sort of the point.

But it's not a standalone product. It doesn't come with an aircraft - you have to get those from someone else. Whenever you change a component in your system - like replacing a transmitter - you need to check that everything is functioning correctly. You sold also be testing basic functionality every time you fly. If you could that, you won't crash because of any of the software changes we're making. If you don't do those tests, you're a danger to yourself and others, and should stick with RTF toys that really are standalone products.

Do not ask me questions via PM. Ask in the forums, where I'll answer if I can.

My remotely piloted vehicle ("drone") is a yacht.

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16 Nov 2017 10:06 #65884 by dc59

vlad_vy wrote: Yes, you need enable "extra-switches = 2x2" at hardware.ini
www.deviationtx.com/forum/6-general-disc...tion?start=440#65151


Hi vlad_vy,
I got problem, would you please take a look at my PM?
Thank you very much.

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16 Nov 2017 10:44 - 16 Nov 2017 16:30 #65885 by vlad_vy
dc59, I havn't tool for scheme drawing, so I will try to describe SWG and SWH connections by text:

sw.name__bus(MCU pin # )___diode__switch__bus(MCU pin # )
===============================================
SW "H" = PC.6 (MCU pin 37) ●--►|--●--○ \--● PB.6 (MCU pin 58)
SW "G" = PC.6 (MCU pin 37) ●--►|--●--○ \--● PB.8 (MCU pin 61)
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16 Nov 2017 23:52 #65913 by dc59

vlad_vy wrote: dc59, I havn't tool for scheme drawing, so I will try to describe SWG and SWH connections by text:

sw.name__bus(MCU pin # )___diode__switch__bus(MCU pin # )
===============================================
SW "H" = PC.6 (MCU pin 37) ●--►|--●--○ \--● PB.6 (MCU pin 58)
SW "G" = PC.6 (MCU pin 37) ●--►|--●--○ \--● PB.8 (MCU pin 61)


Thanks vlad_vy!! :)

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23 Nov 2017 16:27 #66104 by horrigan
www.banggood.com/Futaba-T8FG-Super-2_4G-...ory&cur_warehouse=CN


plenty of room for switches, wonder what the gimbals are like and the screen.....

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23 Nov 2017 17:01 #66107 by FDR

horrigan wrote: www.banggood.com/Futaba-T8FG-Super-2_4G-...ory&cur_warehouse=CN

plenty of room for switches, wonder what the gimbals are like and the screen.....


That's a completely different animal both by size and price...

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23 Nov 2017 17:40 #66108 by horrigan
oh I know it completely different beast, I thought it was similar in size that's all....Vlad, Goeb or any other developers did any of you get your hand on the Hall sensor gimbals yet?

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23 Nov 2017 17:45 #66109 by dready

dc59 wrote: Hall sensor gimbals upgrade kit for DEVO passed final test , users just need to remove stock gimbals VR and install this hall sensor , calibrate stick ! done !


Super Cool :)
any idea when it will be available and at what price ?

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24 Nov 2017 11:07 #66126 by billmester
Replied by billmester on topic New TX from Banggood -success with Sw9 and Sw10
My hero!!!!!!
Awesome!

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24 Nov 2017 12:29 #66128 by Iroquois
Replied by Iroquois on topic New TX from Banggood
fneuf, Pardon me, I didn't write your second quote. If you only have one transmitter it can only be a standalone product. Actually, I think it's better than the 7e anyway, but then I only want it to fly models.

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24 Nov 2017 12:35 #66129 by Iroquois
Replied by Iroquois on topic New TX from Banggood
mwm, And if you do those tests you don't ned to make it the same as another transmitter anyway. Surely, if it came with a model, then it would be a standalone product. I suspect we are two nations divided by a common language.

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24 Nov 2017 12:43 #66130 by goebish
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dc59 wrote:

mwm wrote: 2) The included Rx is also undocumented. My best guess after a google is that it's a Superior Hobby RSFSB-S. But there are a number of variations on that, and I'm a bit worn out.


Hi Mike,
Regarding this RX , it's a 8ch F-FHSS compatible RX , Jumper got problem with this RX , there are only 4ch can be used when it bind to T8SG , but it can use 8ch when it bind to Futaba 14SG , Jumper can't figure out what's happen.


It should be fixed in the latest nightly, please report.

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24 Nov 2017 12:46 #66131 by dc59

dready wrote:
Super Cool :)
any idea when it will be available and at what price ?


I will post it here if I get answer,lol.

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24 Nov 2017 12:54 #66132 by fneuf
Replied by fneuf on topic New TX from Banggood

Iroquois wrote: fneuf, Pardon me, I didn't write your second quote. If you only have one transmitter it can only be a standalone product. Actually, I think it's better than the 7e anyway, but then I only want it to fly models.

Not sure to follow you here. What do you mean?

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