XK A110 3 channel plane

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09 Jan 2019 18:58 - 09 Jan 2019 19:16 #72258 by wasp09
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XK is more or less high end WLToys.

I have both K110 and A110, different protocols.

A110 is probably same as A100. I only have A110.
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11 Jan 2019 08:56 #72275 by planger
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And another plane in the same line XK A130 : www.tomtop.com/p-rm11156.html

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11 Jan 2019 14:19 #72278 by planger
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I think looking at the receiver PCB board that this is a confirmation that most likely XK A100, A110, A120 (that I have not seen so far) and A130 are all using the same protocol.
There is a bunch of connectors on the PCB, I would be interrested to know what's connected and get better pictures of the board if anyone as access to it. I'm just curious for some DIY planes.

Pascal
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11 Jan 2019 18:31 #72286 by wasp09
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Interesting. I've not cut open my A110 yet. :)

When there is a checkbox for each, it may imply each model may have a different customization.

For the sockets, I would say try plugging in a motor to the 2 pinned ones. I guess the wider socket is for brainless servo (motor + variable resistor).

BTW, if you figure out how to calibrate/turn off the gyro, please let us know.

Thanks.

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11 Jan 2019 19:55 #72289 by planger
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wasp09 wrote: For the sockets, I would say try plugging in a motor to the 2 pinned ones. I guess the wider socket is for brainless servo (motor + variable resistor).

BTW, if you figure out how to calibrate/turn off the gyro, please let us know.

On the gd00x model that I've also hacked there are 2 additional plugs for LEDs that are controlled from the TX. Looking at the PCB, I have the impression that it is the same with a mosfet nearby the 2 plugs at the bottom. The left button that does nothing on the original TX might be to turn them on/off.

The v911s has 2 bytes for flags with only 2 used out of 16 (high rate and calib). You can ask goebish to make a special build so you can test them all and find out if there are special modes. On the v911s some where used but none to disable the gyro. But It's worse trying on this model.

Pascal

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11 Jan 2019 20:06 - 11 Jan 2019 20:06 #72290 by wasp09
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I don't really care about adding LED's.

I can alter and build the protocol myself to try out the other bits saying giving them a channel each. However I won't be able to get to the sockets to tell any changes unless the bits affect the behaviour of the existing motors and servo on the A110, e.g. turning the 6 axis off.

Can we get to the RX without cutting my A110 into pieces?
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11 Jan 2019 20:17 #72291 by planger
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I was not talking about the LEDs in particular. You can test the flags and see if you can change the behavior of the plane.
Pascal

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18 Mar 2020 13:54 #76075 by bobofthebush
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here are some pictures of the chipset and both sides for you. I am still trying to bind to it with the t8sg v2 but am having issues doing so. I 'm new at this but hoping to learn more.
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