1. NoHey Guys, so got My Cyclone. installation was good I think" although I'm having some issues..
stock controller I was able to reach 500-700m
with the Cyclone I'm still only able to get 700m then signal drops..
now this is in the suburbs so I'm sure the is WIFI and stuff but I was looking for better results..
I have not tried in the country yet I will this weekend"
is there any suggestion's on what went wrong.. ALSO
1. does it matter what way I turn on the Cyclone.. left vs right
2. could I have missed a connection?? it helps some "the Cyclone" because I tried flying it without the Cyclone or antenna's on and it only goes 100m this leads me to believe its not the connection
3. Could my Cyclone be faulty?? I really hope not"
4. am I holding it wrong... facing the Mavic?
That would be ideal, but no doubt push the cost upA better approach would be to have an interlock keyed to their T-Lock. The antenna would only be allowed to power up when the antennas are connected and ready to use. There could also be power savings by detecting RF input from the remote to implement a sleep mode when the antenna is disconnected or the remote powered down..
Titan claims this isn't true of their antennas. He told someone in this thread that turning on without it hooked up won't hurt it?well I learn something new... My Bad!!!
1. Clear LOS maybe the First 200m but like I said it is barley going farther then stock controller. maybe just that much congestion, ill take some pictures tonight.1. No
2. Possible. You should never fly without antenna, you can damage transceiver.
Try with dipoles instead to see if there's a difference.
3. Maybe a booster is bad. I had a similar issue, seemed booster was kaputt.
4. Flat side shall face mavic.
Questions to you:
1. Were you flying clear LoS?
2. What altitude?
3. Did you try less congested area?
4. Which signal drops more? RC/HD?
He said you shouldn't turn on the remote controller without any antennas connected, no doubt turning the cyclone on without being connected to the controller would be fineTitan claims this isn't true of their antennas. He told someone in this thread that turning on without it hooked up won't hurt it?
Yes true, but isnt that the same thing?He said turning on the remote controller without any antennas connected, no doubt turning the cyclone on without being connected to the controller would be fine
He was talking about the antenna and that was me he told that to.Titan claims this isn't true of their antennas. He told someone in this thread that turning on without it hooked up won't hurt it?
Lastly, the battery indicator is goofy. It fluctuates badly. I noticed mine likes to go to 60% quickly.
No - the transmitter in the remote has to have a proper "load" to deliver power into. If there is no load the power has no place to go and gets reflected back into the remote where it can damage the circuit. That's the simplified but functionally accurate explanation.Yes true, but isnt that the same thing?
I left my antenna on, and tried to fly with my stock controller, man that interfered so bad with the stock controller.
This guy does an amazing job for hand building these.Cheap when customer satisfaction and online reports are factored in.
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