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X9D Plus Inc R9M long range transmitter and X8R reciever - £155.63 at Hobbyking
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X9D Plus Inc R9M long range transmitter and X8R reciever - £155.63 at Hobbyking

£155.63£164.635%Hobbyking Deals
Posted 3rd Jul

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The workhorse of the FPV community

This exciting Frsky package includes the TARANIS X9D PLUS Telemetry Radio and the top of the range, telemetry capable 16 Channel X8R receiver. In addition, it now includes the R9M long-range telemetry module. FrSky is well known for their frequency hopping ACCST technology, that takes advantage of the entire 2.4GHz band, resulting in excellent range and reliability.

The TARANIS mixes the power of the “OPEN TX” open-source software with an unbelievable ergonomic case with 8 programmable switches, two twist knobs and two easy to get to lateral 'slider' pots, and not to mention the ultra-smooth quad bearing gimbals. The LCD has excellent contrast and is adjustable from blue to white. The TARANIS utilizes Voice Alerts from an internal speaker, versus just an annoying beeper. The SD card slot offers unlimited memory options and a USB port for upgrades even a headphone jack.

One of the best features of the TARANIS is its full telemetry capability, as well as RSSI signal strength feedback, there are 3 different programmable failsafe modes and receiver lock, so no more crashes due to selecting the wrong model. If you have stock in other brand receivers or B&F’s, no worries the TARANIS has a JR style RF module slot, so you have the option of other brand modules such as the Orange DSM2/DSMX or Open LRS 433mhz module, or pop in another Frsky module to expand the transmitters capabilities even more with dual RF.

When you put it all together, between FrSky ACCST technology and the power of “OPEN TX” software and community, an ergonomic case with ultra-smooth ball bearing gimbals, a large backlit LCD, New larger battery pack, X8R receiver and R9M module. You have versatility and power at an unprecedented value.
Community Updates


can I shut off my neighbours music with this ......please
Edited by: "PiratePete" 3rd Jul
hmmm.. perhaps not quite its intended use
flysky i6 is just 40 quid on amazon uk
happy with mine , obviously not as good as the one posted
I6 and I6X is are superb radios. the main thing ive got one of these for is signal strength of the R9M. LOS im getting drop outs at distance and fail safes if passing behind heavy foliage or wet trees. i cant agree more for entry level the Flysky ones are superb value.
Oh! I wonder how this could work, if fitted via signal blockers, VPN type kit, to stop 'folk' tracking a base unit ..........

I can see a most excellent use for this kit :-D #Heat for the idea/deal
Just use a phone with serial connection and 4g / 5g network. But legality might be the issue of remote piloting at distance. CAA might want to have a chat
Excellent bit of kit, I've had my Taranis 4+ years now Id guess.

It replaced my broken aged Futaba.

Gets used for:
- Gliders
- Quads
- Yachts
- Power Boats.
Great price. Still rocking a spektrum dx6i, keep meaning to upgrade to something like this when my blade chroma dies for telemetry and signal strength monitoring
37985121-R2CJv.jpgI need to move it up on this one.
Great Radio especially for those that like to tinker...
Is it DAB or DAB +?
Does this play smooth?
ade1200004/07/2019 07:34

Does this play smooth?

Depending how you configure the inputs/mixes and set the ratios, will all cater into a smooth or erratic flight.

Damm...Got those mixes and inputs round the wrong way !!
modelman04/07/2019 23:43

[Image] Damm...Got those mixes and inputs round the wrong way !!

If you have ever tried wings the maiden is usually somthing close
For anyone looking to take this on and use the R9 module: Ive set this up with a quad and its a bit of a faff for a first time user especially if you have never used a Taranis before. Also Im using an F4 Mamba stack which caused additional headaches as i wanted to use F-port protocol using an R9mm receiver. so for anyone in my position here are some really helpful links.

setting up radio:

Setting up R9mm module with F-port:


Also i used this for the Mamba configuration with the f-port inverted going to TX3


All working now with telemetry thanks to all the above for their contributions as well.
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