RX failure rate

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Rx failure rate

0%
4
57%
1-5%
2
29%
6-10%
1
14%
11-20%
0
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21-30%
0
No votes
31-40%
0
No votes
41-50%
0
No votes
>50%
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 7

Re: RX failure rate

Postby UncleFesterUK » Sun May 30, 2010 10:28 pm

Seeing that it is a holiday tomorow, might transfer one of the Receivers to one of my flying wings ( don't break very easliy :) ) and test it on one these. :)
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Re: RX failure rate

Postby UncleFesterUK » Mon May 31, 2010 8:25 pm

Ok Zagi suffered the same range problem, no batterys causing any problem.
150 meter and they loose range, well will be fine in the indoor planes, 8 channel working great, had them so high that
it was nearly out of site ( on a differnt note i saw a 6 FrSky 2.4G 7-channel Receivers V8R7 X 1 ) wonder if this has better range. :)
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Re: RX failure rate

Postby JMP_blackfoot » Tue Jun 01, 2010 10:09 am

I have been flying a FrSky 4-channel receiver to the limit of visibility and low to the ground in my fast 1/2A Sharface this week-end with not a single glitch. This model is pretty agile and sensitive, so any glitch would show up immediately. I did take care to have the antenna away from the battery (> 2.5 inches away) and tucked the servo and battery wires away from it. The receiver had previously been tested ok at 1/2 mile in direct view.
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Re: RX failure rate

Postby UncleFesterUK » Wed Jun 02, 2010 6:08 pm

Might just be unlucky to have 2 that are short range, will continue to get the 8 channel ones, but will steer clear of the 4 channel ones
for the time being.
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