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HelicopterFlybarless Rotor Head SystemsBrain iKon News  New Brain / iKON firmware 3.0.002 released - Even Newer!
01-16-2017 07:35 PM  5 months agoPost 1
ticedoff8

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Brain2 ESC Telemetry is HERE!

We are very excited to announce the latest Brain2 features! Now Brain2 integrates directly with the most popular ESC’s and transmitters on the market, adding or taking over traditionally external ESC logging features. Brain2 now supports telemetry with the most popular radio systems.

As always, this is a free feature packed update.

So why is telemetry so exciting for Brain2? It brings the following features to your setup all integrated in one device:

Fuel Gauge for your electric!! Get every last second out of every flight. No matter the style or headspeed
Never accidentally over discharge a pack again. Head speeds change in flight. Style can change from relaxed to aggressive. You can spend a flight just working on tic tocs. Timers don’t work! A fuel gauge for your LiPo’s gets you on the ground on time and saves the life and investment in your batteries
Get alerts when you plug in a discharged pack (depends on your TX’s capability)
Brain2 adds or replaces the logging of data in your ESC! Have a Hobbywing with no logging capability? This is solved! Brain2 logs all the important data in it’s own on board memory. Several flights worth of space is available and can be viewed after the session. This logged data can be viewed on the same screen with other things Brain2 logs, like collective/cyclic input, making the data far more useful. All this information can also be sent to your transmitter (depending on your transmitters capability), for real time viewing, logging, and alarm.
Fly safer. Avoid things like thermal shut downs. Now you have live temperature data from your ESC and you can set an alarm before the ESC shuts off. Avoid over current problems and shutdowns. Make your hobby safer and easier.
ZERO cost. Literally you need one extra wire between the ESC and Brain2
No $75 externally wired sensors or logging devices needed. Remove weight. Expense. And loss in reliability with extra connections

At release, Brain2 supports the following ESCs for logging/telemetry: Castle (Castle live link), Hobbywing (v4 or newer), and Kontronik (Jive/HeliJive for now), Scorpion Tribunus (still in beta pending Scorpion firmware). More ESC manufacturers are being added as they become available.

Radios currently supported for full ESC telemetry include Spektrum, Futaba, and Jeti.

With Spektrum Gen2 (or newer) and Futaba transmitters, you can set mAh consumed alarms (battery fuel gauge), temperature alarms, view live current, log data in the TX. Note that with Spektrum, Brain2 can now use SRXL and for telemetry requires receivers with integrated telemetry with SRXL support (currently only the SPM4649T which is a full range dual diversity receiver).

With Jeti in addition to all ESC telemetry, Brain2 is able to send all logged parameters which can be viewed and logged on the transmitter as well. This means that you can view things like collective inputs, gyro status, governor status, Brain2 received frames, and much more. Nitro fan? This can be priceless for quickly tuning your nitro governor remotely as an example.

The Brain2 ESC Telemetry integration is capable of logging and sending the following information from your ESC (some data is dependent on the ESC used):

mAh Consumed (Battery flight fuel gauge)
Current
ESC Temperature1/Temperature2 (MOSFET/CAP)
RPM
Flight Pack voltage
Voltage Ripple
RX (BEC) Voltage
ESC Power Out

In addition if you use a Jeti transmitter you are also able to view and log the following parameters on the transmitter:

RxRoll/RxElev/RxPitch/RxTail/RxThrottle/RxAux
Setup Number
SwashRoll/SwashElev
PitchOut
Throttle Out
Governor Engaged
RxFrameRate
AileronRotationRate/ElevatorRotationRate/TailRotationRate
Vibration (future update)

The complete change list for firmware release 3.0.000 is listed below:
• 3 blade default setups for all model sizes
• Added Jeti EX-Bus telemetry data transmission for the value selected in "Parameter settings" diagnostics logging tab
• Revised the Jeti integration releasing a new brain.bin file, with all the new parameters added in this release and some other improvements/changes and a fix for timers
• Added Futaba S.Bus2 for telemetry data transmission
• Added Spektrum SRXL decoding including telemetry data transmission (requires a receiver that has bidirectional SRXL port enabled such as the 4649T)
• Added Spektrum DSM2 11ms decoding and binding with 2048 step and more than 7 channels (compared to 22ms)
• Added a new option for HoTT-SUMD/UDI/Xbus-B/Mpx-SRXL protocol with a standard connection to the s-rec port using a normal 3 wire Female/Female cable (no more split cable needed)
• The "OLD" HoTT-SUMD/UDI/Xbus-B/Mpx-SRXL is no more selectable, and if you go in the page of receivers with the old HoTT-SUMD/UDI/Xbus-B/Mpx-SRXL selected, a warning appears to update to the new preferred single port configuration
• Now S.Bus & S.Bus2 decoding is more reliable with poor signal strength
• Reduced the load of the CPU with Jeti integration (with or without the new telemetry)
• Now the internal values of Castle Creation ESC can be read and/or logged with all the protocols and/or also transmitted with enabled telemetric protocol (Jeti, Futaba and Spektrum)
• Now the internal values of Hobbywing ESC can be read and/or logged with all the protocols and/or also transmitted with enabled telemetric protocol (Jeti, Futaba and Spektrum)
• Now the internal values of Kontronik JIVE and Heli JIVE ESC can be read and/or logged with all the protocols and/or also transmitted with enabled telemetric protocol (Jeti, Futaba and Spektrum)
• Now the code for read the internal values of Scorpion Tribunus ESC and/or logged with all the protocols and/or also transmitted with enabled telemetric protocol (Jeti, Futaba and Spektrum) is ready (but must be tested with the new Scorpion firmware not yet ready)
• In Wizard -> Governor and in Advanced -> Governor, added the menu for the selection of ESC capable to send telemetry data
• In Wizard -> Governor and in Advanced -> Governor, added the mAh Correction factor % parameter to compensate for inaccurate ESC current measurement. This is used to precisely calibrate the fuel gauge after the first flight and battery charge.
• Added the ESC log variables: "Main Battery Voltage, Main Battery Current, Main battery mAh used, ESC Power Out, ESC Temperature1, ESC Temperature2(only HW), Main Battery ripple(not HW)
• Sometimes with SW, during the change of receiver type, the reception of the radio signal is blocked and is needed to first select standard receiver then the new receiver. Fixed
• Improved "Magnet Detection" also with ESC RPM that let signal sometime low and sometime high when motor is off and now is also highlighted in software to make the graphic more visible
• RPM logs are now unfiltered to better diagnose really bad rpm sensors. Some glitches in rpm log are to be expected but do not effect governor performance
• Implemented a little change in governor to be able to read and compensate more fast RPM change (fast overspeed with nitro very dangerous for combustion motors)
• Autorotation bailout ramp improved (allowed to be far more aggressive)
• Added the new loggable parameters Sat1 & Sat2 FADES of DSMX sat's
• Added the event “PowerOn with AutoLevel Active!”
• Added the user event "App connected, Log deleted"
• Now at the end of a rescue, the return of pitch to the stick value is 50% faster
• Improved the AutoLevel correction with different flying styles selected
• Changed the default values of feed forward set by Beginner and Sport icons
• Revised the filter used in the vibration log that gives greater magnitude to the very low frequencies
• Changed the name of loggable variable FramerateTX to RxFrameRate
• Added in all "2" schematics a connection diagram for the auxiliary power connections
• Now in event tab, the “Refresh Events” button work also if Sample Rate is set to "Disabled"
• Changed name of panel 12 from "Governor Setup" to "Throttle & Governor Setup" otherwise some user without governor active doesn't set the "Throttle out"
• MIN & MAX values of Throttle out are now the first items in panel 12 and in Advanced -> Common -> Governor
• In the Wizard, governor ratios and divider moved in Throttle out panel
• Divisors and dividends now are in the correct position in the two Governor gear calculators
• In Wizard, Governor "Engine is electric" moved from MIN/MAX panel into the Gain panel
• In Wizard, Governor put a scrollbar to allow you to see the whole also on small monitor screen
• Added in all connections schematics a diagram that explain where it is possible connect other power connections
• When you connect a new unit or after a factory reset, a "factory values loaded" message appears to confirm also that the factory reset worked
• Added at the end of the .MTR files the kind of unit from which .MTR file is saved
• Added a main button "MANUALS" to list all PDF’s of the more in depth instructions (Jeti integration, ESC parameter's logs, Jeti telemetry, etc.)
• Added an integrated PDF reader
• After a Firmware/Software update, the "Release Notes" panel is automatically opened
• Revised the "Configure Bluetooth module" changing the "OK" button to "Write", adding a “Cancel” button and adding some explanation about the displayed default values
• In panel 2 of the Wizard "Servo setup", the second top presets icon brought from 120Hz to 165hz and third icon from 200Hz to 333Hz
• In panel 2 of the Wizard "Servo setup", selecting one of the top tree icons, the values of +/- trim in the panel 7 “Swashplate setup” were reset. Now are reset only if swashplate servos are not yet set
• In panel 2 of the Wizard "Servo setup", revised the Max Frequency algorithm (now if a 1520uS tail servo is selected the max refresh rate value is around 440Hz instead of the unusable 530Hz)
• Updated the Servo chart list with some new servos (Xpert, BK, JR, OMG)
• In Advanced, "Model Type" selection moved from the toolbar to inside the CCPM menu (and revised the selectable names)
• In Advanced, "Check Mode" selection moved from the toolbar to inside the Servos menu
• Now when in Diagnostic Realtime Logs is running, the four top selection icon are disabled until real time is stopped to avoid possible hang of software
• Now in event tab, the “Refresh Events” button work also if Sample Rate is set to "Disabled"
• In panel 3 of the Wizard "Receiver selection", selecting DSM2 22ms 1024 step receiver (with only 7 channels), the AUX channel is set to "No channel"
• In panel 3 of the Wizard "Receiver selection", selecting HoTT-SUMD/UDI/Xbus-b/Mpx-SRXL receiver, the AUX channel is set to "Channel 8"
• In Advanced -> Receiver changing Receiver type, channels are reassigned as in the Wizard
• In panel 2 of the wizard, if the default value selected by one icon is changed with slider or textbox, now the related icon is immediately deactivated instead of only at the next launch of the software
• In panel 10 of the wizard if the default value selected by one icon is changed with slider or textbox, now the related icon is immediately deactivated instead of only at the next launch of the software
• In panel 13 of the wizard if the default value selected by one icon is changed with slider or textbox, now the related icon is immediately deactivated instead of only at the next launch of the software
• In the Receiver panel of the wizard and Advanced changed the labels “Nose up” and Nose Down” (that are obtained with stick in the opposite down and up direction) are changed to Forward and Back to avoid misunderstanding
• During firmware update with servo-powered, sometime happens that there is a displacement of the swashplate. Fixed (for update done from this new firmware or successive)
• Added Russian Language
• Uniform black color of the label and tooltip
• All instructions and balloons revised, updated, corrected, completed
• Raised the trigger level for "Sensor out of range" event
• Reduced default values of elevator D gain for each size
• Flight counter & Timer don’t increase if the user is connected to the unit with one app (Windows, Andorid, iOS) during setup operations
• Added to the names assigned to the timer: "Model Flight Time"
• Small bug fixes and optimization of code

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01-16-2017 08:52 PM  5 months agoPost 2
CostaRicaHeli

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Updates through IOS app?

I assume I can update this firmware though the IOS app?

Thanks!

Franz

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01-16-2017 10:49 PM  5 months agoPost 3
ticedoff8

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The iOS and Android apps do not support updates to the firmware for the Brain / iKON gyros.

They must be updated through the Windows application.

If your PC is connected to the Internet, the Windows app should automatically try to update itself when you open it.

After the Windows app updates, you restart it.
If your PC is connected to the Internet when you open the Windows app and try to connect to the Brain / iKON, it will prompt you to update the gyro's firmware.

This will update the gyro via USB or BT (if your PC is BT enabled and the Brain / iKON is BT equipped).

The iOS and Android apps should automatically upgrade through the Apple App Store and Google Play.

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01-17-2017 03:06 AM  5 months agoPost 4
balsabasher

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Ok, the big question. After the update, will any of my existing setup need checked or changed? Just set a new model up two days ago!

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01-17-2017 03:16 AM  5 months agoPost 5
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Btw, while it's trying to update the setup software, it's telling me I need to update to .NET Framework 4.0. But when I click on "yes" it links me to a bad web page.

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01-17-2017 04:15 AM  5 months agoPost 6
knightofcarnage

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Hope some setup videos are coming soon for HobbyWing and Futaba.

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01-17-2017 08:14 AM  5 months agoPost 7
ticedoff8

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Ok, the big question. After the update, will any of my existing setup need checked or changed? Just set a new model up two days ago!
The official answer is "No, you will not have to reenter your setup"
"Should it be checked?" - Obviously, yes, it should all be checked.
"Should it be changed?" - Maybe. Some of the gains have been tweaked (for the better), so you may have to read through the release notes to see if anything applies to you.

But, if you are concerned losing the setup, then open the Windows app while the computer is NOT connected to the Internet and save the gyro's setup to a file.
Then if the setup gets corrupted or you have to start over, you can simply reload the file

As a "belt and suspenders" backup, use your smartphone's camera and take pictures of each of the Windows app's screens one by one in both the Basic and Advanced screens. Then if you do have to do a Reset to Factory defaults, it will take you and 5 min to get upgraded and enter in all your setup by hand referencing the pictures you took.
Make sure you check the swash and tail rotor servo reversing.

Then, reconnect our PC to the Internet and start the upgrading.

As with every upgrade, don't fly until you have confirmed the heli setup is airworthy
Hope some setup videos are coming soon for HobbyWing and Futaba.
The new 3.0.000 has an extensive manual included with the new Windows app. As far as I know, MSH has no plans for videos
Btw, while it's trying to update the setup software, it's telling me I need to update to .NET Framework 4.0. But when I click on "yes" it links me to a bad web page.
Please uninstall the MSH Windows app from control panel and then reinstall it using the install package from:
http://update.mshbrain.com/Software/BRAINSTALLER.msi

I'm not sure that will cure the .NET problem.

.NET is not an MSH package. That comes from Microsoft.
This link may let you install .NET on your PC before you try to upgrade the MSH app:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dow...s.aspx?id=42642

This link is from Microsoft and may help you figure out which version of .NET you are currently running.
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh925568(v=vs.110).aspx

I think the latest is 4.5.1 (for Windows 7) and 4.6.2 for Windows 10.

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01-17-2017 01:58 PM  5 months agoPost 8
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Thank you for your quick replies and time spent!

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01-18-2017 03:45 AM  5 months agoPost 9
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Hope some setup videos are coming soon for HobbyWing and Futaba.
The instructions in the MSH GUI have a lot of detail about how to set up the ESC telemetry data for receiving into the Brain.

If you want to check things out download the program from the link provided above and run in demo mode.

Why is it someone so bad at being in charge......... wants to be in charge so bad?

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01-18-2017 04:47 AM  5 months agoPost 10
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The instructions in the MSH GUI have a lot of detail about how to set up the ESC telemetry data for receiving into the Brain.

If you want to check things out download the program from the link provided above and run in demo mode.
Already did before I asked the question.
1) Issues I have its not clear about wiring. I don't want to burn up my ESC,FBL or Futaba reciver.

2) Also setting up Futaba Telemetry can be a big pain in the a## to get it right. I spent few weeks debugging issue with CC adapter, which is supported by both 14sg/18sz firmware.

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01-18-2017 06:38 PM  5 months agoPost 11
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Iphone App

ok, so I updated the firmware (3.0) on my new Brain 2 through my PC and all went well. Had to download the wierd .NET thing.

However, the Iphone app does not hook up to the Brain 2. It says something like "cannot connect to legacy device, try settings". I went to Settings on my Iphone and looked for the Brain. It comes up in the list of BlueTooth devices, but when I click it, it asks me for a PIN number that I don't have.

Any light on this? Or do we have to wait until the Iphone App has a new version? Where do I get this PIN?

Thanks,

Franz

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01-18-2017 06:49 PM  5 months agoPost 12
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First:
Did you go to the Apple App store and download the latest MSH Brain application?
It may have auto updated. But you should be able to force it to update if it didn't.

Next: Did you setup the BT option on the Brain 2?
In the Windows app, select <File> and Setup Bluetooth
Give it a name and a PIN and click on OK
Do not go back to look at it again!!!

If you do, it will look like it went back to the default and looks like your BT setup failed.
If you do it once, then exit, it will work.

Power cycle the Brain 2

Then, go to the iPhone and use its Bluetooth setup to discover the name that you assigned to the Brain 2 and enter the PIN you assigned

Now, when you open the iOS app, it should display the name of the Brain 2 on the list of Bluetooth devices registered with the iPhone.

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01-18-2017 07:22 PM  5 months agoPost 13
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PIN

Thanks! I did NOT do that in the Brain through the PC app. Will do tonight and it should work. Thanks again!

Franz

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01-18-2017 10:46 PM  5 months agoPost 14
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News: There is a newer version of iKON / Brain firmware

Release Notes:
- 3.0.002 (Firmware 3.0.002)
• Revised all "2" schematics the connection diagram for the auxiliary power connections
• Corrected the code to read the internal values of Scorpion Tribunus ESC (released today from Scorpion) now loggable with all the protocols and/or also transmitted with enabled telemetric protocol (Jeti, Futaba and Spektrum)
- Revised ESC pdf document in DOCUMENTS, with Scorpion Tribunus info's and new Castle Creation adapter image
- In Servo Setup selecting a swash servo the positive and negative throw are not changed to default values. Fixed
- Differentiate the release notes for "1" & "2" units with a "-" and with a "•" for "2" units only
- Interface improvements

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01-19-2017 02:59 AM  5 months agoPost 15
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Telemetry

Question on telemetry: I have a DX9 that I just updated to the latest firmware update last night. I am using a TM1000 on a heli with the Brain2. It's running a Edge HV ESC. Would I need to install a SPM4649T or will the TM1000 work? Is the 4649T used in place of the satellites?

Thanks
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01-19-2017 03:38 AM  5 months agoPost 16
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The 4649T takes the place of the satellites, and it can take the place of the TM1000 and all the associated sensors. It is a full dual diversity telemetry receiver. The choice is up to you if you want to get rid of the TM1000 and other stuff that goes along with it and utilize the 4649T as your telemetry interface to the transmitter. You can enable Live Link in the Castle Link program in the Other tab to send the ESC data to the Brain. The little resistor addition to the ESC signal wire in the Manuals tab on the Brain GUI explains what to do. The information in the Manuals also gives instructions on setting up telemetry in your transmitter. Your access to a lot more telemetry data will be much greater by removing the TM1000 and sats and replacing with the 4649T.

I like the fact that I can use the 4649T with or without telemetry, depending on which Brain unit I own, and use a much more robust servo cable to connect the receiver to the FBL unit instead of the sat cables.

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01-19-2017 03:46 AM  5 months agoPost 17
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knightofcarnage,

Have you gone into the Brain GUI in demo mode and played around and made selections? In tab 3 when you select the Futaba sbus it brings up the proper wiring diagram that you need in tab 4. If you open the Manuals (new addition to menu selection bar) it explains in some pretty good detail what you need to do to set up your ESC for outputting data to the Brain2 and then how to set up your transmitter, whether it be a Jeti, Spektrum or Futaba for receiving the telemetry data.

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01-19-2017 03:48 AM  5 months agoPost 18
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Thanks for the response. I was considering getting the Telemetry Link from Castle but may go the direction of the 4649T instead.

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01-19-2017 03:58 AM  5 months agoPost 19
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Personal opinion here, but there is no "may" about it anymore. The price of the 4649T and the removal of all the extra stuff for Spektrum telemetry is just too attractive. Getting rid of all the extra wiring associated with the TM1000 and having access to a much greater pool of data direct to your transmitter is the bonus.

Castle telemetry link for Spektrum $47.00, SPM 4649T $50.00.

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01-19-2017 07:41 AM  5 months agoPost 20
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Telemetry
Question on telemetry: I have a DX9 that I just updated to the latest firmware update last night. I am using a TM1000 on a heli with the Brain2. It's running a Edge HV ESC. Would I need to install a SPM4649T or will the TM1000 work? Is the 4649T used in place of the satellites?

Thanks
Adam
The SPM4649T supports a bi-directional "Spektrum" SRXL interface.
And, as was stated, it is a dual diversity receiver.
From what I understand, the SPM4649T will decode as many channels as the transmitter provides. If you have a DX9, then it is 9. If you have a DX18, it is 18.

This finally puts Spektrum near on par with the Futaba and Jeti technologies that have advanced over the last several years.

The SPM4649T was designed for quad racers.
If Spektrum wanted to remain relevant, they needed the SPM4649T to be better than the old satellite receivers - no quad racer is going to use a receiver with sats an a separate telemetry transmitter wih sensors.

They may be surprised to find that heli guys want them too.

What is interesting is that almost all of the ESC manufacturers have opened up to MSH and shared details about their protocols.
And, in some cases, made changes in their protocols to make it easier for MSH.
They have been waiting for this too.

I think there may be more surprises from MSH to come.

I used a combination of devices (including a TM1000) to get the CLL data from the Edge back to my DX9.

The Brain 2 with the 3.0 code and the SPM4649T replaced it all.

The Brain 2 reads the Castle Link Live data stream from the Edge and sends that data back through the SPM4649T to the DX9 at the same time acting as a single wire receiver for the Brain.

I will have several TM1000 and Spektrum DSMX sats for sale shortly.

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