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03-09-2015 06:09 PM  3 years agoPost 1
Four Stroker

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I bought a cheap NX servo to test out the programming of the XBus AND servos from the TX. I am not sure what advantage XBus servos are to helicopters. Perhaps it could tune servos to various FBL controllers. I assume the main purpose is to get servos on large planes to stop jittering.

Hey, JR guys;

DUMPING on the menu screen should be DAMPING like in the instructions text.

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03-09-2015 07:38 PM  3 years agoPost 2
JEEPWORLD2002/2

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ops sum one mmixed up some wording here is what the nx servos are better at

Featuring automatic output detection, these new JR Smart Servosâ„¢ can be used with either conventional (PWM) or XBus installations for ease and flexibility. Programming is simple via your XBus-equipped JR XG-series DMSS transmitter, and not only can servo direction and travel be adjusted, but it is now possible to fine tune holding power, stopping speed, deadband, starting power, total servo travel, create an alarm if servo load exceeds a user-set limit, enable slow start, as well as enhanced failsafe features to help protect your servos in the event of signal loss.

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03-10-2015 12:08 AM  3 years agoPost 3
Four Stroker

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I tried all of that stuff out. As far as I could tell, the reversing, centering, and end points is actually the XBus output channel and NOT the servo. The next two screens of parameters require that you first upload the parameter from the servo and then save any new values. The XBus hub thing may save some of this stuff as well. I did not have one to try.

I don't guess it does not matter but you can't reverse a servo and use it on another non-XBus system.

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03-10-2015 02:23 AM  3 years agoPost 4
tyfast27

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Are you guys using the cordless s-bus servos? I just saw them advertised and had no clue they existed! Just a quick question though don't let me hijack the thread.

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03-10-2015 02:30 AM  3 years agoPost 5
JEEPWORLD2002/2

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Huh what you talking about Willis ?? Cordless s bus are they futaba were in the jr cool aid here

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03-10-2015 02:55 AM  3 years agoPost 6
tyfast27

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O whoops! Haha didn't look close enough I guess, just got excited when I seen the post.... My bad Yea I was looking at the futaba s-bus wireless equipment.

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03-10-2015 08:56 PM  3 years agoPost 7
Four Stroker

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Cordless S.Bus servos ? This is some strange new definition of cordless. But really I like the new idea of a replaceable servo lead that BOTH JR and Futaba have. Sure looks like JR is spending all of those Spektrum bucks on new product development.

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03-10-2015 09:38 PM  3 years agoPost 8
JEEPWORLD2002/2

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Cordless or coreless ??
I ve seen the coreless servo motors sbus but can't find cord less or lead less ?? Are you referring to the futaba 9072 sb ? Lead less are gonna be difficult unless they start routing copper traces in the frame ? Or battery powered n wifi. Or they can use battery powered with the non contact charging ??

The new lead with two connections are 50/50 in my book as it adds a second failure point, IMHO but I can see how it would be usefull when removing a servo to rebuild

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03-11-2015 12:08 AM  3 years agoPost 9
tyfast27

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Yes there wireless but it only give a brief definition and yes I feel as though I'm not understanding something about it, I don't know a single thing about the s-bus. It's in my tower magazine......

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03-11-2015 10:28 PM  3 years agoPost 10
Four Stroker

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Look up the BLS173SVi. It has a replaceable cord. Does that mean it is "cordless".

http://www.ishiimokei.com/

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03-11-2015 11:03 PM  3 years agoPost 11
JEEPWORLD2002/2

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Ty what's the number the 173svi has a cord on servo city's pic ??

Sbus = serial communications bus how servos talk to Rx so instead of a pwm pulse width modulation it has a bus network so faster communications and to fully utilize s bus or x bus u need a x bus ex and a x bus hub and xbus servos u can still use pwm servos with x bus but u will need a own converter not that fimular with the sbus but basic just faster communications neither are CORDLESS ??

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