New firmware V1.1.2 have released and more suggestions

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New firmware V1.1.2 have released and more suggestions

Post by royalway » Thu Jan 23, 2014 2:43 am

According to customers' feedback, we released the latest firmware V1.1.2 firmware with below changes:

What's new?
1:Add micro power mode for range check
2:Add PPM random mapping and PWM channels random mapping, and they are totally independent, which means you can map PPM output to chan1-chan8, and map PWM1-PWM8 output
to be chan9-chan16.
3:Add and test communication code with Rlink Companion.
4:Add low and high power voltage warning configurable option.
5:Avoid wrong warning of PPM input check.
6:Add can-bus communication code with R2M OSD module
7:Add protection login for failsafe setting, you need to press the FS button for over 1s to transmit one time of failsafe positions,avoid wrong operation
8:Add config file error indicator for both Tx and Rx
Tx: the red LED on the top will flash one long time, and 2 short time, buzzor will beep as"Di-----Di-----Di"
Rx: the red LED will flash one long time, and 2 short time.
9:fix the bug that you can't switch the RSSI output based on RSSI or package right rate when the Rx doesn't receive data. and change the indicator, red led: right packat rate, blue: RSSI
10:Change the logic of bind for adding micro power mode for Tx:
Holding the FS button, switch to low power mode, and power on the Tx, there will be a long beep which indicate to enter micro power mode
Holding the FS button, switch to High power mode, and power on the Tx, the Tx enter binding mode.

So now your Rlink Rx is a real 16-channel Rx now, since most of the controllers in the market have supported PPM input now.
More suggestions and feedback are welcome and we will keep improving the Rlink system.

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