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07-24-2012 05:59 PM  8 years ago
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conduongnao

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xg11 telemetry
Have anyone done setup(wiring) flight pack telemetry RG831B Rx with XG11 transmitter please let me know.
thanks
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07-25-2012 04:54 AM  8 years ago
dkshema

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I sent a reply to your PM a short while ago. Sorry about the delay.

Please clarify what you mean by "flight pack", as in your PM it appears that you want to monitor two separate power sources -- one that runs all the on-board stuff like receiver, servos, gyro, and a second source that would be your "big" motor power source battery.

If that's the case, you're going to need some additional components in your shopping list, primarily the TLS1-PWR system adapter, and perhaps the TLS1-ADP adapter, plus a "Y" cable harness.

You stated you can already see the RX voltage, so I assume that covers part of your question. The extra components listed above will get you to the motor battery, if that's what you're after. The receiver voltage monitor is built-in and requires no additional stuff to allow you to read it.

I found a bit more info on the Power system monitor:

Measurement values: Voltage (V), Current (A), Peak current (A), Electric power (W), Total power consumption (mWh)
Operating Voltage: 4.0~18.0V
Max. measurement voltage/current: 18.0V/80A
Size: 44 x 33 x 14mm`

In the picture above, the three-wire harness coming out of the top-right corner would be the sensor output that goes to the receiver Batt/Bind/Sense input port.

The power source you're monitoring comes in via a Deans T-connector on the lower left, and the power source exits via a Deans T-connector on the lower right.

Since this is good for up to only 18V, I'd say this module is usable only for power sources up to and including a 4S LiPo (16.8 volts fully charged).

You would wire the module between the power source you want to monitor and the load that the power source is to be applied to.

If you have additional sensors (temp, rpm, altitude...) you will need this little devil, too:

Its single output lead goes to the receiver Batt/Bind/Sense port, and the individual sensors plug into the sockets on the adapter.

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It also appears that all sensors added to the system will be powered by your main on-board power source used to power all other electronics, so size your RX battery and wires accordingly.
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Dave

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07-25-2012 07:44 PM  8 years ago
conduongnao

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xg11 telemetry
thanks for your help, as far as I know this module is usable only for power sources up to 4S LiPo or 18v. Sounds like if you would have bigger size pack(more than 4s) it would not have read correctly.I guess what I'm looking for is telemetry up to 50.4v(12s) for electric heli 700 size. Seem likes I'm missing something or JR haven't comes out with one yet. I know, with Futaba 18MZ is very simple, Just two wires comes out of telemetry sensor straight to 12s lipos and it'll show up on the transmitter the pack voltages.
Thanks again,
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07-26-2012 01:38 PM  8 years ago
Four Stroker

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To hell with the FCC. Just fly it.
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