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Ερ: Is the brand rog?

Ερώτηση από BG534816484 επί 2021-07-30 02:01:54

JamesRademacher no its unbranded they just hijacked asus rog strix trademarked logo to get you to click on it.

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BG502556513 Absolutely. Your only limitations are that they are compatible with each other. It can be confusing at first but I'll try give a few pointers - first there are different transmitters and receivers you have to be sure they 'talk the same language' (Novice 4 uses an R81 receiver) if for example you bought another drone with say a flysky receiver it would not communicate with the TX12, you'll see many drones sold with either no receiver or different options the receiver has to be compatible with the TX12 transmitter (controller). Next most goggles but not all use the 5.8Ghz video channels, do bear in mind that digital goggles are also available which don't use the 5.8Ghz band. Important not to confuse 5.8Ghz with 5Ghz wifi two different things as a rule a drone that can use a mobile phone for a controller uses 5Ghz wifi for controller not video so be aware that if it says 5Ghz this is not compatible or the same as 5.8Ghz and both are different from 5G phone network, it sound confusing and I'm mentioning it because at first I thought all three were the same thing. The vast, vast majority of racing drones and freestyle drones and goggles will work with this kit. For example I use an Eachine Moneagle Monitor to receive and record the video feed (5.8Ghz) while flying with goggles asba back recorder and for my friends, my spotters, to watch. I also have a set of Quantum Cyclops Diversity Goggles that I sometimes use with my Novice 4 and TX12 meaning I can have 3 re

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