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HelicopterRadio - Spektrum DSM › What recievers ?? for telemetry system
12-11-2016 12:11 AM  6 months agoPost 1
motorhead540

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Hello all I just made a deal for a nice used DX18 gen 2 . What I am now trying to find out is what model recievers are able to use telemetry systems spectrum .. I understand ones that have the data port but which ones actually have a data port ?? This will be my newest radio to date I will also at the same time be getting a DX9 funny story ... But that's how things have worked out .. may soon have a JR9503 for sale ..

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12-11-2016 02:05 AM  6 months agoPost 2
DemetriusUSN

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This might help...
https://www.spektrumrc.com/Air/Telemetry.aspx

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12-15-2016 06:58 PM  6 months agoPost 3
ticedoff8

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There is a new line of receivers that support telemetry
I just bought an AR8010T
https://www.spektrumrc.com/Search/D...rchTerm=AR8010T

Most of these are designed for SRXL (single wire serial connections) to a flight controller.
Their model numbers end with a "T"

I also have an SPM4649T. This is targeted at quad-copters, and it uses SRXL. But, it is a single receiver with no sat ports
https://www.spektrumrc.com/Products...ProdID=SPM4649T

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12-16-2016 01:41 PM  6 months agoPost 4
rpat

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I have a Question also. I have the T1000 module and have not installed it yet in any thing. Does this piece transmit on its own or do I have to have a telemetry receiver to get the data to my transmitter?

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12-17-2016 03:28 AM  6 months agoPost 5
motorhead540

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Rpat , that is along the lines of what I am trying to figure out myself . but I am sure that the T1000 module does not actually transmit on its own to your transmitter . I know there are special telemetry ready recievers also but I think I remember that some of my older recievers actually say bind/data and I believe these were purchased before telemetry came out so what I want to know is will they work with the T1000 module ??

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12-18-2016 01:29 PM  6 months agoPost 6
rpat

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The thing I don't get is why does it have a antenna sticking out of it then? I have called my local hobby shop and was assured that you have to have a compatible telemetry receiver for it to work.

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12-18-2016 07:10 PM  6 months agoPost 7
Chasm

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I am using a T1000 on a Goblin 570 with the AR7200BX receiver/fbl. I believe the TM1000 does transmit separately but must be connected to a compatible receiver for power. I say this because it can be used with non Spektrum fbl units. The TM1000 uses a separate bind procedure just like receivers. I am not using the included sensors but substituted the new Castle Creations telemetry link for Spektrum. Hope that helps a little.

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12-19-2016 01:27 AM  6 months agoPost 8
pctomlin

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Here in about two weeks MSH is suppose to release an update that supports Spektrum SRXL and telemetry without all the add on stuff. Should be very interesting.

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12-19-2016 12:42 PM  6 months agoPost 9
rpat

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When I get time today I am going to call Horizon and talk to a tech and get the official word.

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12-19-2016 12:45 PM  6 months agoPost 10
Rojoalfa

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TM1000... With that ugly Long piece of wire coming out... Is it not the Antenna?!
Tell me please... to cut that nasty wire.

I understand that all dsmX devices are telemetry compatible... Or not?

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12-19-2016 12:55 PM  6 months agoPost 11
rpat

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Rojo....don't go crazy with the scissors just yet. that Antenna is there for a reason. Spektrum didn't put it there for good looks. or because they wanted to waste their money.

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12-19-2016 02:15 PM  6 months agoPost 12
BarracudaHockey

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The TM-1000 transmits telemetry data directly to the transmitter, it also has less range than some receivers though that shouldn't be an issue for helis. For example, when I get my 4.2m glider up quite high I still have full control but the altitude and vario data will drop out.

You need a receiver with a data port or one of the new integrated telemetry receivers.

You put them both in bind mode to bind them to the transmitter.

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12-21-2016 12:41 PM  6 months agoPost 13
rpat

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OK talked to a tech at Horizon today and he told me that any of the DMSX receivers will work on telemetry. It has to be the newer X receivers.

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12-21-2016 01:15 PM  6 months agoPost 14
dkshema

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From the description of the TM1000 telemetry module:
KEY FEATURES

Transmits vital model feedback to the transmitter
Full-range performance
Telemetry compatible with any DSMX® or DSM2® receiver, flight log data only available with data port compatible receivers
The TM1000 transmits data to your compatible transmitter. Don't whack off that little antenna.

It does NOT depend upon your receiver to send data back to you.

It has "full range performance".

It will work with ANY DSM2 or DSMx receiver. "ANY" is the key word.

The existence of a functional DATA port on your receiver is NOT mandatory.

If you want to be able to see "flight log" data from your receiver (antenna fades, missed frames, etc.), the receiver needs to have a DATA port which would work with the Spektrum flight log module. This is where the TM1000 gets THAT data.

If your RX does not support the flight log module, the TM1000 will still work, you just won't see RX specific data.

I think your Horizon tech needs to understand what they sell and service.

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12-22-2016 02:50 AM  6 months agoPost 15
rpat

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So all we actually need is an open channel to get power to the tm1000 for it to work. Why did they not say that in plain English then.

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12-22-2016 04:29 AM  6 months agoPost 16
dkshema

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Based on reading the Key Features above, they did.

Transmits, full range, any DSM2 or DSMx receiver. If you want RX log data, it has to be a receiver that spits out flight log data.

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12-22-2016 02:07 PM  6 months agoPost 17
old nitroman

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You can power on a separate battery but you will lose some data. Spare channel on rx is just to power it.

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12-23-2016 10:57 AM  6 months agoPost 18
rpat

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Right. they should have said that in the instructions.

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12-24-2016 05:12 AM  6 months agoPost 19
dkshema

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If powered by a separate battery, the ONLY data you will "lose" is flight log data which comes from the RX itself, IF the RX is flight log data capable.

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12-24-2016 09:27 AM  6 months agoPost 20
pctomlin

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Spektrums new SPM 4649T receiver will be the way to go for telemetry with the new SRXL bi-directional protocol in the very near future.

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