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traxxasrockhead's Avatar
"Brushless or bust"
traxxasrockhead - 12.24.12, 7:24 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote


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The greatly anticipated Turnigy 9XR has arrived!
The software for the 9XR first began development 6 years ago. Since then it has been tweaked, tuned, changed, updated and revamped by members of the R/C community into a powerful - yet easy to use interface. Our engineers designed the physical product around the R/C communities software changes and input. The culmination of all these is the Turnigy 9XR!

For many users this will be the perfect 9 channel radio straight out of the box, but there are many tinkerers out there who love modifying and pushing the boundaries of what is possible from their radio. We have factory fitted the 9XR with an AVR ISP header to simplify the development of custom software, we have launched turnigy9xr.com as the epicentre for software developers and additional community support for all 9XR users......With the 9XR we encourage it!

The 9XR is supplied preloaded with top quality software which is full of features and yet remains easy to use. Our aim was to develop a radio for you, the hobbyist, with an extensive list of standard features usually expected from a radio system 3 times the price. Our Turnigy 9XR is everything you imagined and more!



9XR Standard Features:
8 Channel PPM/9 Channel PCM
Full Ball Bearing gimbals
Adjustable Stick Length
Digital Trims on all Primary Axis
16 Model Memory
Assignable Switches
Freely Assignable Channel Mixes
Graphical Dual Rate and Exponential
Sub Trim and Travel Adjust
Flaps and Differential
Throttle Hold
Supports Heli/ Aero/ Glider Model Types
Programming Templates Based on Model Type
Supports M1, M2, M3, M4 stick modes
128 x 64 backlit Liquid Crystal Display
Built in JR & Futaba Trainer Ports
PPM & PCM Output
JR Form Factor RF Modules (Orx Dsm2, Orx Open LRS 433Mhz etc)
Programmable Timers
Low Voltage Warning and Buzzer
Supports 3s Lipo (Required)
9XR Firmware Pre-loaded
AVR ISP Interface
Internal 2.4GHz Antenna

Online support and user forums available at: www.turnigy9xr.com

Spec:
Channnel: 8ch ppm/9ch pcm
Display: 128*64LCD (Backlit)
Support Type: Heli/Acro/Glid
Model Memory: 16
Stick modes: 1, 2, 3, 4
Encoder type: ppm/pcm
Module Interface: JR Compatible (See Related Items Below)
Simulator Interface: Yes (JR & Futaba)
Buzzer: Yes

Required:
Battery 3S Lipo
RF Module

Included:
Turnigy 9XR Transmitter (Mode 2 Throttle on Left Stick)
Quick Start guide
Note: This version is supplied without an RF Module, Please order the relevent RF module from the accessories list below.

Producto ID: 9171000184

available in mode 1 and mode 2






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"Experienced user"
adma20 - 12.24.12, 7:52 am Post #2: | Reply With Quote
looks cool, maybe just a bit too flashy with the chrome-like finish
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kirbenvost - 12.24.12, 9:52 am Post #3: | Reply With Quote
I've been waiting for this, I just got into RC flight and got my first Spektrum-compatible plane. So this and a DSM2/X module are going to make it easy for me to pick up a full-featured radio and then start building my collection of aircraft.

It'll probably be backordered for some time due to demand, but I don't really have the budget anyway. I have my RTF transmitter anyway and don't really need a better one until I start getting more aircraft.
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"Brushless or bust"
traxxasrockhead - 12.24.12, 9:55 am Post #4: | Reply With Quote
nope its in stock heres a link

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...o_Module_.html
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adma20 - 12.24.12, 10:00 am Post #5: | Reply With Quote
$50.... dsm2 4 channel receivers used to cost that much
you need a module for it to work, so add another 30-50 bucks
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Razor_Racer - 12.24.12, 10:16 am Post #6: | Reply With Quote
I think the real big feature here is the open-source software. You can actually code the software of the radio, and fairly easily with the programming header so accessible.
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kirbenvost - 12.24.12, 10:20 am Post #7: | Reply With Quote
traxxasrockhead said
Ah cool, thanks. I still can't afford it at the moment, but it's good to know I could get it.

I hope you can use NIMHs or just regular alkaline batteries in it though, I don't have a LiPo charger.
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STEEL-CITY-CRWL - 12.24.12, 2:05 pm Post #8: | Reply With Quote
awesome, i think i know what radio i am going to get for my 2.2 MOA crawler this spring, just got to do a return spring mod on the left stick!
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"Brushless or bust"
traxxasrockhead - 12.24.12, 2:14 pm Post #9: | Reply With Quote
another good use for aircraft transmitters
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mongdex - 12.25.12, 1:33 am Post #10: | Reply With Quote
wow. might have to replace my JR with this.
Too many to list.

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