FrSky Taranis X9D PLUS 16CH Digital Telemetry Radio System, No Receiver, Cardboard Case
TARANISPLUSCB FrSky Taranis X9D PLUS 16CH Digital Telemetry Radio System, No Receiver, Cardboard Case
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The Plus version has everything the normal Taranis includes plus a higher quality, better contrast LCD display and haptic feedback built in. You still get the great new sliders, the big low self discharge battery, and all of the other great things you have come to expect from FrSky. FrSky is well known for the frequency hopping ACCST technology taking advantage of the entire 2.4GHz band resulting in excellent range and reliability. FrSky knows many things can affect the connection between Transmitter and receiver so RSSI (receiver signal strength indication) is incorporated into all telemetry receivers. The Taranis transmitter is continually monitoring the reception quality at the aircraft.
In addition to RSSI, Taranis has other safety features. Receiver Lock allows you to lock a specific model in the transmitter to one and only one receiver. No more flying (crashing) with the wrong program selected. Taranis has three different types of Failsafe. 1 - Hold last known commands, 2- Goto a programmed state (cut throttle, flaps down, etc. 3- No output. (Triggers flight controllers with "go home" feature.) The RSSI feature means you probably won't ever use the failsafe. Voice Alerts Just like having a copilot, the transmitter will give you voice alerts on speaker or through the headphone jack. Count down timers, low voltage warnings, landing gear down, thermal mode entered, etc. can all be set up with human recorded voice of your creation, or sound packages shared online from other hobbyists.
- Full Telemetry RSSI alarms (warns you of signal reception problems before disaster can strike)
- Haptic Feedback - vibration
- 16 channels (32 channels when combined with an external XJT module)
- 60 model memories
- 64 mixers, 9 flight modes
- 16 custom curves with 3-17 points each, 32 logic switches
- Voice or custom sound alerts
- USB and SD card slot for system expansion
- Long range system capable of up to 2 times the range of current 2.4 systems
- Quad bearing gimbals that are silky smooth
- State-of-the-art open source software
- Large 212 X 64 backlit LCD screen
- Real-time data logging
- Receiver lock (program locked to aircraft - limited to FrSky receivers running PXX protocol)
- JR Style module bay for additional RF modules and so much more
- Selectable flight mode (1, 2, 3, or 4) Ships in Mode 2, Throttle on left stick.
- 2 timers, count up or down, throttle %, talking, etc.
- Trims - Adjustable from course to extra fine with extended and exponential trims
- Standard trainer jack
- ARM Cortex M3 32-bit 60MHz
- Integrates with CompanionTX – a FREE computer program that is a transmitter setup buddy. CompanionTX (Windows/Mac/Linux) is used to set-up models with the wizard, save, edit and share your models and settings as well as simulate your transmitter or model setup.
- USB connection for firmware upgrades, sound editing, R/W to the microSD card and integrate with CompanionTX
- Multiple language support (Radio arrives configured for English language)
Taranis X9D Plus ACCST 2.4GHz Transmitter (Mode 2 version)
1x 6-cell 2000mAh NiMH Transmitter Battery
|Compatibility:||FrSky X series,D series and V8-ll series receives(plus other receivers if an external module is used)|
|Model:||Taranis X9D Plus|
|Operating Voltage Range:||6 ~ 15V(2S,3S Lipos are acceptable)|
|Operating Current:||270mA maximum(both RF module and backlit are on)|
|Number of Channels:||Up to 16 channels|
|Operating Temperature Range:||-10~60℃|
- Must buy
Also, the free shipping from Graves was much faster then I was expecting, ordered it on a Monday, it was waiting for me on the porch on Thursday. (Posted on 4/25/2016)
- Great radio with many features
Definitely has tons of features, look it up on YouTube to see how to get started and it will help you out a lot as the screens can be a little hard to navigate starting out. (Posted on 3/7/2016)
- Highly recommend the radio and GravesRC
- Awesome Transmitter!