You might want to try using the appropiate resistor instead, however this is just a blind guess.BustedWing wrote:Built it just like the blog, using a short wire in place of r2.
BustedWing wrote:I selected dsm2-dsmx on my taranis and tried to bind, got nothing.
Did you select the right mode in the second field? You want to choose [LP45], [DSM2] or [DSMX] to match your receiver.
Sounds good, measuring the signal pin with a multimeter won't tell you much, though.BustedWing wrote:I'm getting 3.3 from gnd to pos on the spektrum module, and around that on the signal pin as well.
Where did you source your RF module from? Dx4, Dx5e, DM9 module, is it DSM2 only or DSMX as well? Did it perform well in its original radio?BustedWing wrote:Any ideas what I might want to check next?
What kind of receivers are you using? Genuine, Fake, OrangeRX, LemonRX? DSM2, DSMX?
I went through three modules till i found one that performs well and works reliable. I first tried a DSMX capable module out of a Dx4 which i might have soldered onto a little bit too long. It works reliable on short range and in a range test but is unusable for flying, grounded one plane two times because of brownouts. I did not check its function while it was still inside the Dx4 though, therefore I can't know for sure if it had such problems before.
The second one I sourced cheap on ebay as part of a modified DM9 module I believe, this one did not work at all and drew way to much current, making my voltage regulator quite toasty. The most recent one came out of a DSMX capable Dx5 and works like a champ, same range as my stock DSM2 DX6i and no brownouts to this day.
You could post a picture of your module, just in case there is something obviously wrong.