FrSky TARANIS Q X7

$119.00 $1.00

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Description


 FrSky TARANIS Q X7


This is the new Taranis Q X7 radio by FrSky. It is a lower cost and simplified version of the widely popular FrSky Taranis radio, and operates on OpenTX just as the Taranis does. The Q X7 features a modern new and sleek look along with a easy to navigate menu and intuitive scroll wheel and button controls.

The radio includes a Haptic Vibration Feedback System which provides an alternative feedback system to the voice and sound alert warnings. This 16 channel radio has smooth ball bearing gimbals and is loaded with six switches and two knobs. It runs on OpenTX and files can be shared with the popular X9D Plus. The MicroSD card slot offers unlimited model memory options, it also has a USB port for upgrades and to connect to a PC for adjusting settings. Both sticks come with spring loaded return to center sticks, this makes changing from mode 1 to mode 2 extremely easy to set through the menu and the stick can quickly be set to a stationary throttle by unscrewing four screws and removing a spring. One of the best features of the Taranis Q X7 is its full telemetry capability, as well as RSSI signal strength feedback. Wheel and center enter button makes navigating the backlit menu easy and precise. Equipped with an audio jack output and trainer port as well. And of course a module bay for use with JR-type modules that can be used with other protocol receivers and with the use of an FrSky XJT module this radio can support up to 32-channels. Other features include Receiver Match, Real-Time Flight Data Logging and Super Low Latency for precision flying.

Overall this Radio has the features of more expensive transmitters at an unprecedented value.

Includes:

  • 1 x Taranis Q X
  • 1 x Manual
  • 1 x Back strap
  • 2 x Keys
  • Note: Battery and Charger are sold separately. (not included)

Specifications:

  • Operating Voltage Range: 6~15V (2S, 3S Lipos are acceptable)
  • Operating Current: 210mA maximum  (RF module and backlit on)
  • Operating Temperature -10~45℃
  • Compatibility: FrSky X series (recommended), L,S D, & V8-II series receivers. Something for everyone!
  • Long range system capable of up to 2 times the range of current 2.4 systems 
  • Quad Ball Bearing Gimbals (hall effect option coming soon!) Ships with both sticks centering, easy to change modes and centering.
  • Model files compatible with TARANIS X9D Plus
  • 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 2-17 points each, 64 logic switches
  • Voice or custom sound alerts
  • USB and SD card slot for system expansion
  • Quad bearing gimbals that are silky smooth 
  • State-of-the-art open source software (OpenTX)
  • 128 X 64 backlit LCD screen
  • Real-time data logging 
  • Receiver lock (program locked to aircraft - limited to FrSky receivers running D16 mode) 
  • JR Style module bay for additional RF modules and so much more
  • Selectable stick modes (1, 2, 3, or 4)
  • 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 120MHz
  • 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, access the microSD card and integrate with CompanionTX
  • Multiple language support (Radio arrives configured for English language)
  • Open source community-driven firmware, so unlike with major manufacturers if you need a special function or have good improvement suggestions just raise your voice, and don't be surprised if it's implemented a couple of days later! Visit http://www.openrcforums.com to meet the developers!

Watch how to disable the spring loaded throttle stick here