3in1 / 4in1 RF module

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18 Sep 2016 06:21 #53996 by logix200
Replied by logix200 on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module

dc59 wrote:

logix200 wrote: Hi,
I have devo 7e that isn't modded.
So I'm going to buy 3in1 or 4in1 module and then I will mod my devo.
I have knew there are three types of multi modules in banggood.
The 3in1 module is 30USD and the 4in1 modules are 35USD and 40USD.
According to TaoBao seller's words, I think I should buy 4in1 module that hasn't the LNA problem, maybe it is 35USD, right?
But there isn't any review about the 4in1 module in banggood.
So I don't know whether I should buy or not.
What do you think about?

Sorry for bad English.
Thanks in advance.


I contacted with TaoBao seller for 4in1-DEVO version informatiom, Banggood has already placed an order for this type module, I think you can buy it about end of this month on Banggood site.


Thanks for valuable information, dc59.
If install 4in1-DEVO verstion on a DEVO board, should a stock module be removed?
Don't 4in1 include CYRF6936 RF?

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18 Sep 2016 07:44 #53997 by Jon.m.barter
Replied by Jon.m.barter on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module
Yes. Remove stock module, 4/1 plugs right in for devo 6s, 8s, 10, and 12s.

Devo 7e is trickier.

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19 Sep 2016 02:47 - 19 Sep 2016 02:49 #54022 by dc59
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4in1-DEVO verstion have 4 RF chips inside the module:
CYRF6936
CC2500
A7105
NRF24L01
:cheer:
Last edit: 19 Sep 2016 02:49 by dc59.

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19 Sep 2016 15:06 #54032 by Nicowski
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Hello,

Is there any chance to get the Connection overview for the 3 in Modul for the Devo 12s ?
I was searching for it but didn't find something helpful. It would be very nice if you can help a noob like me.
Thanks a lot.

P.s. thanks a lot for deviationTX, I'm very new with all that but it's easy to understand and has so much great possibilities. I'm very happy with this and don't miss my Taranis. :)

P.s.s. Sorry for my poor English...

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19 Sep 2016 16:20 #54035 by dado099

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19 Sep 2016 16:26 #54036 by dado099
Replied by dado099 on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module
For the basic pin (miso mosi sck vdd) you can check the Wiki section for your tx.
Hope it helps

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19 Sep 2016 18:45 #54038 by Nicowski
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dado099 wrote: Please see post
www.deviationtx.com/forum/7-development/...dule?start=820#53518


Found it ! :) thanks

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19 Sep 2016 23:01 #54044 by logix200
Replied by logix200 on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module

Jon.m.barter wrote: Yes. Remove stock module, 4/1 plugs right in for devo 6s, 8s, 10, and 12s.

Devo 7e is trickier.


My Devo transmitter is 7e version.
Can't 4in1 be installed on Devo 7e?
A little bit confused because I'm a newbie.
Thanks for your understanding.

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21 Sep 2016 22:39 #54114 by mwm
Replied by mwm on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module
Yes, the Devo 4-in-1 (not to be confused with the Tx module 4-in-1) can be used in a 7E. However, it plugs into the socket the CYRF module uses, which is a different module on the 7E from everything else. So you'll have to solder wires into all those connections instead of just plugging it in.

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21 Sep 2016 23:26 - 22 Sep 2016 11:02 #54118 by DaveyP
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frank4wing wrote:

NathanBarguss wrote: organising shipping via. www.taobaofocus.com I managed to get hold of the 4-in1 Devo 10 daughter board. (It’s the new 13 pin version of the 4-in-1 and is the Y220.00 ‘blue’ option here: item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=27232304992 )

This information enabled me to place an order without having to decipher Chinese... Thanks a lot! B)


I thought I was really clever using chrome to translate it all.... that was until I got to the checkout :unsure:

But as you say.. taobaofocus.com came to the rescue B)

Thanks for the advice

Update: Ordered, Paid.... but the blue module now seems to have been removed from their page :S

Its back, lol
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22 Sep 2016 12:28 #54127 by Zaphod
Replied by Zaphod on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module
Just fitted the 3 in 1 to Dad's 7e. How good is it? Amazing!

Pin 13 can kiss my hairy fat arse tho lol

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22 Sep 2016 16:33 - 22 Sep 2016 16:35 #54129 by HappyHarry
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heh those pins are a bit small to solder too easily eh lol
Last edit: 22 Sep 2016 16:35 by HappyHarry.

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24 Sep 2016 12:03 #54209 by heliav8r
Replied by heliav8r on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module

Jon.m.barter wrote: Yes. Remove stock module, 4/1 plugs right in for devo 6s, 8s, 10, and 12s.

Devo 7e is trickier.


I have searched and read through most posts on here and I can not find where to buy the 4/1 pop in module for the Devo 8(S). I have seen a few posts saying they exist but no links to where it can be purchased.
Do they truly just plug in or is there still minor soldering?
Any help would be appreciated, I love my Devo 8.

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24 Sep 2016 16:31 - 24 Sep 2016 16:38 #54216 by vlad_vy
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www.deviationtx.com/forum/7-development/...dule?start=720#51906

You will need solder 3 wires only. But for Devo8 third wire is the trickiest part, you need solder thin wire directly to MCU pin.

www.deviationtx.com/forum/7-development/...dule?start=120#44256

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24 Sep 2016 16:54 #54217 by mtx63
Replied by mtx63 on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module
There is more information for Devo 6.
Search hardware.ini.
For this module
Attachments:

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24 Sep 2016 17:19 #54222 by Jon.m.barter
Replied by Jon.m.barter on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module
just wait until banggood starts selling buddy, should be any day now.

there is still very minor soldering (much less compared to all the other options). Its only three soldering points on the chip itself, and from there three soldering points onto the radio.

For the devo 8s, you have the option of soldering onto the chip for the third module, so be careful on that particular solder point. everything else is easy.

I wish the devo 8s had an easier to access port. no one has found any to date.

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25 Sep 2016 01:36 #54230 by mwm
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heliav8r wrote: I have searched and read through most posts on here and I can not find where to buy the 4/1 pop in module for the Devo 8(S). I have seen a few posts saying they exist but no links to where it can be purchased.


At this time, they're only available from one web site which only has a Chinese version. I can't read it, haven't ordered from it, so won't post a link because there are multiple versions and I might point you at the wrong one. There's an english-language reseller for that site, but it's members only and I haven't joined. A few were ordered by someone in the US and got resold to members here.

Banggood supposedly has them on the way. Like Jon said, wait for that.

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25 Sep 2016 04:33 #54233 by jayodas
Replied by jayodas on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module
Hi Everyone, I just installed my 3 in 1 module yesterday following the instructions on the Banggood.com product page and disappointed that I'm getting a Missing Modules error for the NRF24101. I managed to bind to my Hubsan X4 FC so that tells me the module is getting power and working.

From my understanding of the Banggood installation instructions, the wire soldered to the tiny pin of the MCU is connected to the NRF24101, TCK is connected to CC2500 and TMS is connected to the A7105.
I had a very hard time with soldering to the MCU pin and maybe it ended up being a cold solder joint.

For now, I do not need to use the CC2500 module so I was wondering if I could switch things around and solder the NFR24101 wire to TCK instead.
And correspondingly I will change my hardware.ini settings to enable-nrf24l01 = A14 instead of enable-nrf24l01 = A15
Then at least if I still can't solder to the MCU pin properly, I would still have the NRF24101 module working which is what I really want to use.

Will this solution work so I can at least use it to fly my Eachine toy quads etc?
Can someone please confirm or correct me on this so I know how to proceed? Thanks a lot!

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25 Sep 2016 07:52 - 25 Sep 2016 08:05 #54235 by DaveyP
Replied by DaveyP on topic 3in1 / 4in1 RF module

At this time, they're only available from one web site which only has a Chinese version. I can't read it, haven't ordered from it, so won't post a link because there are multiple versions


Google Chrome browser has a built in translate option :)

There are 2 versions available on the web page, a 3 in 1 that's named / translated as 'navy blue' @ 150 and the 4 in one that's named 'blue' @ 220 Chinese yuan (CNY) which is about $33 + shipping

But as said before, and iffffffffffffffff you can wait (some thing I have never been very good at, lol) then Banggood could maybe be a better option, but remember that their 'free shipping' cost is built into the retail price.

Hope this helps.
Last edit: 25 Sep 2016 08:05 by DaveyP. Reason: typo

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25 Sep 2016 07:57 #54236 by TheSFReader
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Yes Jayodas, in fact that's what I made for my devo 7e, I only use the 7105 and NRF24 from a 3 in 1 module, connected and declared as such on TMS and TCK. And if you manage the MCU solder, you should be able to connect / declare the CC2500 later. (Not there yet either).

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