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Missing Models from the Supported Model List

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01 Jul 2015 16:08 - 01 Jul 2015 16:09 #34947 by greenfly
I noticed some missing entries from the supported model list...

Make: Top Selling
Model: FY326 Q7
Type: Quadcopter
Protocol: YD717/Skywalker
Notes: (Green Board)

Make: JJRC
Model: H6C
Type: Quadcopter
Protocol: V2x2
Notes: HD Camera

Make: Micro Gear
Model: MX-272
Type: Quadcopter
Protocol: V2x2
Notes: WL Toys V272 Re-brand

Now that I am a DeviationTX fan, I always check the compatibility list when I am thinking about a new quad. So I guess the completeness of the list is helpful to me. Anybody else know of anything missing off of the list?
Last edit: 01 Jul 2015 16:09 by greenfly.

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01 Jul 2015 18:02 #34955 by mwm
I've added those three to the database.

There are probably lots of things missing. There are PROTOCOLS missing.

I've also asked people for updates, but did so when asking for help with updating the protocols part of the manual. So I'll repeat that plea again: Please check the online manual (links in the menu to the left) under the protocols section for those you use, and if there's missing or inaccurate information, let us know via posts in the forums or issues in the bug tracker!

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03 Jul 2015 12:50 #35054 by Doug40
I can add a couple to the list.

Make: NiHui
Model: U807
Type: Quadcopter
Protocol: FlySky - V6x6
Notes: 720 HD and also VGA Camera, but most sell the HD version

Make: HuiYing
Model: X6058
Type: Quadcopter
Protocol: CX10 - Green
Notes: HD Camera (almost certainly 720)

The JJRC 1000 is listed as 1000A. As far as I know, they are currently selling the 1000 at gearbest, and it is the same as the 1000A as far as Deviation is concerned. I also saw a 1000B listed somewhere else. Is that the same as the 1000? Whatever the case, the application is broader than listed.

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03 Jul 2015 21:58 #35065 by mwm
Added the U807 & X6058.

Are the U8907 and the WLToys v646 pretty much the same quad?

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03 Jul 2015 22:04 - 03 Jul 2015 22:10 #35067 by TomPeer
Replied by TomPeer on topic Missing Models from the Supported Model List
what about the wltoys v931.
Same specs as the v977.

PS jjrc 1000, 1000a and 1000b is all the same quad. The difference lies in the tx that comes with it. This is of no concern when you using deviation.
Last edit: 03 Jul 2015 22:10 by TomPeer.

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04 Jul 2015 15:03 #35101 by TomPeer
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and wltoys V686
Quadcopter
Protocol: Flysky - V6x6

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05 Jul 2015 01:14 #35121 by TomPeer
Replied by TomPeer on topic Missing Models from the Supported Model List
going through the list of protocols, shown in the latest nightly, there are several new protocols not in the list.
but there is one i use for sometime now and is not listed yet:
KN protocol. using nrf24l01.

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05 Jul 2015 04:00 #35124 by mwm
Yup, I pointed out that we were missing models & protocols in the request for help with the manual. If you're using a new protocol (anything not listed in the supported models list), then I'd appreciate it if you could check it's entry in the HTML manuals (link in the Main menu) and let me know if it needs fixing.

That it wasn't there hadn't stopped people from using it. I added it. Can you tell me anything else about the KN protocol? Like why it's called "KN"?

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05 Jul 2015 09:29 #35128 by TomPeer
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Victz made this working so he should correct me if i am wrong here. But as far as i know:
KN stands for Ke Na (Ke Na New Technoligy Corporation). The manufacturer of the BK 2423 chip witch is used.
This protocol is used in several WLtoys models; V930, V931, V966, V977, V988.

This is what i (think, i) know. For more info check topic: New WLToys Protocol V977.

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03 Oct 2015 21:35 #38406 by TomPeer
Replied by TomPeer on topic Missing Models from the Supported Model List
I noticed that in the supported models list there is a note at blade/horizon that the red bull cx does not work.
If the red bull BO-105 is meant, then this is not true.
I fly this helicopter with my devo transmitters . No problem at all.

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03 Oct 2015 22:27 #38408 by beardyman
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There are two versions of this helicopter. The older one is the BO-105 CB CX, and the newer is the BO-105 CB 130 X. They are quite different - the CX is a coaxial helicopter which doesn't use the Spektrum protocol, while the newer version is a flybarless 4-blade hell that does use Spektrum.

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04 Oct 2015 09:16 #38413 by TomPeer
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Ahh. I indeed have the 130x. Thanks for clarifying.

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04 Oct 2015 19:24 #38421 by Fernandez
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Eachine H8 > JJRC H8 > Bayang protocol

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04 Dec 2015 12:26 #40592 by many408
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Make: Mould King
Model : 33041
Type: Quadcopter
Protocol: CX10 Green
Notes: Reverse Aileron

Make: GP Toys
Model: F1 Trooper
Type: Quadcopter
Protocol: Hontai
Notes: re-badged HT F802

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13 Dec 2015 14:06 - 13 Dec 2015 14:06 #40874 by many408
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Make: JXD
Model: 389
Type: Quadcopter/car
Protocol: YD717/Skywalker
Notes: Binds into quad mode, don't know flip button or car/quad button
Last edit: 13 Dec 2015 14:06 by many408.

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13 Dec 2015 20:07 #40890 by Moeder
Make: Feilun
Model FX067C
Type: FP
Protocol: KN/Feilun

Make: Feilun
Model FX070C
Type: FP
Protocol: KN/Feilun

Make: Feilun
Model FX071C
Type: FP
Protocol: KN/Feilun

Please note all WL Toys helis using KN should be changed to KN/WLToys.

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06 Aug 2018 19:43 - 06 Aug 2018 19:54 #70137 by kmewes
This is a reply to a post from 2015. The Feilun helis have shown up meanwhile with a different controller board and protocol to the 'KN' versions. They now have a WJ-FX070RX and WJ-FX071RX label and don't bind with the KN protocol anymore. Has anyone looked into this and perhaps is working on adding a new protocol to the lineup? The board uses a XN297LBW chip as a receiver. I have seen this chip mentioned before in transmitters but don't recall it being mentioned as a receiver. So if anybody is out there with knowledge on this please respond.

Cheers.
The old version boards, KN-FX070R and KN-FX071R labels, use the BEKEN BK2423 transceiver chip.
Last edit: 06 Aug 2018 19:54 by kmewes. Reason: Correction

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