Bind AQ AQ M4v2 (r6) with Hobbyking Orange Module for Frsky

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Bind AQ AQ M4v2 (r6) with Hobbyking Orange Module for Frsky

Postby stefannn » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:41 am

Hello all,

has anybody successfully bound the CYRF6936 transceiver of an AQ M4.v2 with a Hobbyking Orange Module for Frsky?

Help is appreciated & Cheers,

Stefan
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Re: Bind AQ AQ M4v2 (r6) with Hobbyking Orange Module for Fr

Postby LPR » Wed Dec 07, 2016 5:08 am

Stefen

Many have found it quite easy to use the orange receivers with the AQ M4 FC. The only unique thing you will find is that you need to be a few meters away from the M4 with your Taranis or to be able to bind with the M4's receiver.

You will need to set the Taranis to use the external transmitter (the Orange Tx).

Even without an antenna, you will find you can connect to the M4. Use an antenna if you want to get long range control.

Larry
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Re: Bind AQ AQ M4v2 (r6) with Hobbyking Orange Module for Fr

Postby stefannn » Thu Dec 08, 2016 7:39 am

LPR wrote:Stefen

Many have found it quite easy to use the orange receivers with the AQ M4 FC. The only unique thing you will find is that you need to be a few meters away from the M4 with your Taranis or to be able to bind with the M4's receiver.

You will need to set the Taranis to use the external transmitter (the Orange Tx).

Even without an antenna, you will find you can connect to the M4. Use an antenna if you want to get long range control.

Larry


Larry

Thank you for your reply. Just to avoid a misunderstanding, I intend to bind the Taranis' plug-in Orange TX to the AQ M4's internal RX. Of course I have to set up the Taranis accordingly (external TX). Moreover I set the TX to "DSM / DSMX" on screen 1 of the Taranis setup.

Have not tried to be keep some meters distance though. Will try on Monday.

Thanks again and cheers,

Stefan
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