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12-11-2013 03:51 AM  5 years ago
Justin Stuart (RIP)

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$75? Wow!Avant RC
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12-11-2013 04:10 AM  5 years ago
eyefly3d

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A buddy gave me the blackwidow copy of the g31 that I plan on installing in a swift 550 this coming week. I've yet to read anything bad about them.I don't always fly helis, but when I do I prefer to fly scale.
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12-19-2013 08:38 PM  5 years ago
spy29

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im getting to know the g31.. have a question on the setup..on the servo page.. it asks what frequency esc/throttle.? I have never seen this before on any other fbl...I don't understand.this part..
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12-19-2013 08:43 PM  5 years ago
Scott214

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SPY29,

If you're using a nitro heli where you'd use a servo for throttle you'd indicate what type of servo here.

Otherwise if you have an electric heli that you're putting the Robird on you'd check the "Analog" option in this setting.

Good luck,

Scott
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12-19-2013 08:51 PM  5 years ago
spy29

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thanx scott!! that part really threw me off why not robird just put "ESC"in the box instead of Analog?...
now the servo frequency..the align 610 is 200hz and some indicate 333hz.( see ronlund list) confusing,,robird does not give this option.. most just ask. digital or analog then 760 or 1520..
a mistake in this can cause a servo burnout and a crash
> another thing I don't see in the manual.what setting to place in the transmitter.normal? ccpm?
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12-19-2013 10:13 PM  5 years ago
BONO1

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No ccpm just normal. Put servo frequency as high as possible without the servo heating up. Hope this helps. The G31 is great.

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12-20-2013 12:59 AM  5 years ago
spy29

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that's the part I was afraid off no accurate settings , " do this and see if it gets hot"
>> translation stress the servos.first then back off.before it burns up" ....all the other fbls I have looked have been clear about this ..butr not the g31...
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12-20-2013 03:05 AM  5 years ago
Nick_P

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Well. You could find out the rate your servos operate at, then select the closet value without going over your servos value. It might take you a minute to use Google but I am sure you will succeed.

Since the 610s seem to be 200hz and the 620 looks like it can run 333hz I would chose 125hz for the 610s and 250hz for the 620. I would still monitor the servos and make sure they do not overheat. Overheating could also be a sign of overly tight links and or binding.
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12-20-2013 05:53 AM  5 years ago
spy29

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on the ronlund list the 610's operate at both 200 and 333hz.. very confusing and setting the g31 on a much different setting does not make me feel confident at all ...I still wonder why robird would make things more complicated.and inaccurate..i was happy with analog /digital.760 1520 seems to have worked for most fbl controllers..the g31 seems to have a lot more questions,less answers.
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12-20-2013 08:25 PM  5 years ago
jespicer1

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Ds610 operates at 333hz.
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12-20-2013 08:44 PM  5 years ago
Scott214

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If I don't find the servo specs at ServoDatabase I also check the BeastX link: http://www.beastx.com/service_servoliste.php

Both sites have a pretty good list of specs for popular servos.
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12-20-2013 09:08 PM  5 years ago
spy29

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the beastx list shows ds610>.200 and 165hz...the ronlund shows ds610 200 and 333hz..so which is it?..and don't forget..the g31 only makes you choose 125 250 333.
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12-20-2013 09:13 PM  5 years ago
jespicer1

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As stated earlier. 333hz.
We have multiple nitro machines running 610s at 333 on the Robird at my field.
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12-20-2013 09:46 PM  5 years ago
Sam2b

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Curious, looks interesting. I wish I could afford to try all of the flybarless systems out there._Sam B_
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01-14-2014 02:22 AM  5 years ago
turboomni

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Well since I have read so many good reports about the Robird I was really considering buying one. Also appealing was the price.
I then found out from this thread about Robird Usa. Being that I could contact someone that speaks English and have recourse if there is a problem with it I ordered one. I have an Ikon in my 450 that I will transfer to my new Align 550 and try the Robird in the 450. I am looking forward to it.!! I am alos interested in the vibration analysis system. I hear you can power it up and stick in on a heli already equiped with its own fbls system and get a read out on main and tail vibrations. Anyone try this???
Setup is everything, All my heli's can fly far better than I can pilot them
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01-14-2014 08:01 AM  5 years ago
gray beard

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Count me in on the robird also, I love this gyro. I only have one right now, but I'm building another bird. I'll have another one soonEd can barely fly.
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01-14-2014 02:40 PM  5 years ago
Wedge77

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ok... NEX8 is up and built, now installing the robird, glad some of my questions are already ansewered here, im sure ill have a few more in the very near future. looking forward to trying this system out,JR NEX E8, 12 cell
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01-14-2014 03:03 PM  5 years ago
Hotstart

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After intial confusion (on my part) I received excellent and patient help from the ROBird gang .Have it on a 450pro Flys great handles wind and reacts to adjustments Cannot be beat for the money or for that matter for alot more money
Stop worrying about it just fly . Team Lynx ( the best products )// Mostro/goblin 700 & 570
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01-14-2014 10:05 PM  5 years ago
turboomni

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Do you have to have access to the pots or can you do all your adjustments with the computer?Setup is everything, All my heli's can fly far better than I can pilot them
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01-15-2014 01:10 AM  5 years ago
gray beard

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I did all my set up on the robird on the computer. Pretty straight forward. at first it was a little confusing because I have very little electronic know how. If I can do it, no doubt every one else can tooEd can barely fly.
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