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There is always the bad ones in the batch airflow...my orange gyro board v2 works flawlessly. Have you tried turning the gains all the way to zero or make sure it is facing the right way even though you already checked five times or make sure the wires are facing the right way plugged in the right polarity and make sure the gyro switch didnt get bumped while having to reverse any other channels? rant

Im just glad im not the only one having a little bit of problems with the recievers...now it was about 10 degrees if that when i crashed so idk...maybe a sattelite would help otherwise if anyone else reports this, im just going to find an alternative...
Crashing is part of learning. If you don't have any, it's like getting an F
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There is always the bad ones in the batch airflow...my orange gyro board v2 works flawlessly. Have you tried turning the gains all the way to zero or make sure it is facing the right way even though you already checked five times or make sure the wires are facing the right way plugged in the right polarity and make sure the gyro switch didnt get bumped while having to reverse any other channels? rant

Im just glad im not the only one having a little bit of problems with the recievers...now it was about 10 degrees if that when i crashed so idk...maybe a sattelite would help otherwise if anyone else reports this, im just going to find an alternative...

Yepp, I have ... ghostrider It only works if I plug in 1 channel. either aileron, rudder or elevator. Tried to turn off the transmitter, but the noise is still there. Gain-to-zero an so on ... It is in the device itself, not caused by my FrSky units. Cellphones off. wireless devices such as computers, etc..

Buying these orange stuff seems to be a lottery, some are happy with their receivers and stabilizers and others not.
Worth trying, very cheap. But it may well end up with a totally destroyed Quad, aircraft ...
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ghostrider03z
I never had the problem last winter with them winter. I need to look closer at all the wires on the quad, one may have been sawed up for some reason.
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Airflow
Right, a quad's very complicated with all those things mounted 4 x ESC and so on ... You may make a proper accident investigation in detail
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When I get mine and do FPV with it, I'm defiantly putting my spectrum reciever in it with a satellite. Hate to lose something that expensive and that much work building and tuning


I wouldn't recommend it, too many parts to close together generating interference and noise. That is not a healthy environment for any spektrum gear (orange RX's included). You need something robust like FrSky or UHF. I would think the old 50 or 72mhz stuff would be more reliable than spektrum on a multirotor.
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fishwhisperer83
Note this will not be long range. It will be with in less than 1/4 mile. I've had this reciever and my FPV on my hawk sky with the antenna less than 3 inch from the ESC with no interference on both systems. I do have an older 72 MHz radio from a friend I can use if I need to
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Im just glad im not the only one having a little bit of problems with the recievers...now it was about 10 degrees if that when i crashed so idk...maybe a sattelite would help otherwise if anyone else reports this, im just going to find an alternative...

Put a hand warmer on the reciever. That may help!
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BarryMartin
Nice flight ... its a part me game.....how far out were you ...and how far from where it crush ..one more thing ..what board were you using .....??
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