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05/20/2014

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Bo Lorentzen

Hello Alexande,
The telemetry is displayed on the screen on the F12e.

Alexander Magnussen

Hi,does the telemetry info show up onall screens connected to the ilook+ ?

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Tom, yes any USB cable.
Afraid to ask how you managed to wreck a USB cable :-)

Tom

Hi Bo,

can you tell me if i can use any usb cable for the mainboard of the Tali? i wrecked the old one :(

regards

Tom

Bo Lorentzen

@alexanderseas turn on the TALI, then RIGHT AWAY turn on the radio, that should make it bind.

alexanderseas

my tali h500 continues to shine and is not synchronized with the Control devo f12e
I can do so that you can sincronizaerce and can uzarlo?

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Rich, you can go into the radio settings and calibrate the sticks. please follow the manual for that process :-)

rich madsen

I just purchased the Walkera Tali H500 System. I have been simply trying to get the Controller flight ready!... and somehow the "throttle" stick is reading 50% on start up??? It shows me a WARNING about the 50% throttle as soon as I turn the controller on? Is there a "default-reset" button I can push and start the menu start up from scratch? Or, is there away to get the throttle off the 50% reading?

Tom

Hi Bo,

i tested the devo f12e and the rx705 with the naze32...and gues what.. working perfect..i used the databus and had to do some tweaking in cleanflight...one word..perfect!
The f12e has an verry fine resolution for tweaking, one increment at the time..
verry pleased with it.
i am waiting on some parts from hobbyking, so i could build my own quad powerd by devo f12e and rx705.
who has thought that walkera had made such an universal product.

keep you informed and wil make a video on the prpgression of my quad.

regards,
Tom

Bo Lorentzen

WOW.. Mike.. I LOVE hearing when dealers do the right thing.! Good going.!

Mike

Hi Bo,

Just a quick follow-up to my earlier post... I took your advice and contacted the Dealer/Wholesaler out of China that I purchased my Scout X4 from, and to my surprise/delight, they are going to send me a free replacement Servo part.

Thanks for your help,
Mike

Tom

Hi Bo,

thank you for your support aswel :)
already sent WalkeraHelicopterSupply an e-mail and will wait for there replay...
i will mail Frank asap!! the more support worldwide the better!!
thank you again.

best regards,

Tom

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Tom, not entirely sure if WalkeraHelicopterSupply ships internationally, i would say Im 99% sure they do. if not shoot a email to Frank at CarolinaDronz.com he is incredible good at supporting multirotor users around the world.

tom

Hi Bo,

the supplyer you mentiont,WalkeraHelicopterSupply.com,
do they shipments overseas?

i need some part for the tali and if i want to order them in the netherlands they ask loads for it..double prices....

regards,

Tom

Mike

Thanks Bo for the info. I will put this repair project on my to do list so it is ready for spring flying... It's been a long winter, and I can't wait to get out flying!

Cheers,
Mike

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Mike, I generally get my parts from WalkeraHelicopterSupply.com in Seattle, Dave stock virtually every bit of Walkera parts.

You don't need any extra parts, its a 5 minute job to swap the servo on the end of the retract leg.

http://walkerahelicoptersupply.com/collections/scout-x4-parts/products/scout-x4-z-21-worm-servo

Mike

Thanks Bo, I'm afraid I probably won't have any luck from the dealer as I bought the quad new but from a China dealer, so I suspect there is no warranty for a bad servo.

If the Retract Servo is burnt, Is this the part below that I would need to order and install myself?

http://www.banggood.com/Walkera-Scout-X4-Quadcopter-Spare-Part-Worm-Servo-Scout-X4-Z-21-p-960542.html

Would I need any other parts or it is simply a change/swap out of that part?

Thanks in advance for your help,
Mike

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Mike, sorry for the slow reply.
Check with the dealer, its fairly common for the TALI to burn the retract servo, they should get you a fresh serve :-)

Bo Lorentzen

Hey David, unfortunately the TALI is not powerful enough to fly a parachute system.

David Krassoff

Anybody know where to buy the parachute for the walkera tali h500 ?

Tom

Thank you Bo for the information!.

I'm thinking of the immersion Ezosd and the 600mW 5.8tx.
it's somewhat cheaper then the 350pro and the voyager ;-)

i keep you informed about my experiences with the new toy's from emmersion;-)

safe flights.

best regards,
Tom

Bo Lorentzen

Tom, that is a great question. :-)
Unfortunately the "sensor view" is ONLY available on the F12e screen. that is a huge mistake on Walkera's part.
The good news is that the new 350pro and the Voyager3 both have in-video OSD display. (bad news is that it don't help you.)
As you know I fly extensively FPV / goggles with my TALI, the way I do it is by setting my F12e to 21.6v warning level so my radio start vibrating when the battery get to 21.6v then i have plenty time to land.

Tom

Hi Bo,

thanx for the quick response!

but.. i mean, can i get the also the sensorview on my goggles from the f12e?

i have the 5803tx installed and that works fine but without the so needed sensorview..

thanx.

regards

Tom

Bo Lorentzen

Hey Tom, yes you can do that.. but I would suggest using the 5.8rx on the goggles instead of tempting faith with the powered mini-jack on the F12e :-)

Tom

Hi Bo,

is there a possibillity to get the telemetry from the f12e tx to my fatshark teleporter v4 with the vid out of the tx by cable?

regards,

Tom

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