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Gyro's for planes

Discussion in 'Airplane Gyro Systems' started by GSNadmin, Aug 2, 2016.

  1. Wild man

    Wild man 70cc twin V2

  2. bob_nj

    bob_nj 70cc twin V2

    This Aura user enjoys.
    I started with Aura in the fall of 2015 when they first came out and love them.
    It's windy around here, and they make all the difference in my opinion.

    I now have 14 of them in everything from 30" foamies, to 30cc gas planes.
    No issues, and they work as advertised.

    Aura is a flight stabilizer and not a heading hold.
    It doesn't fly the plane for you, but it sure does keep it under control in windy conditions.

    I use them with the Taranis, and use the "S Bus" option.
  3. Wild man

    Wild man 70cc twin V2

    I have been using the Admiral RX600 6-Channel DSMX Compatible Receiver with stability Plus Gyro in three of my EDF's and a few of them in my planes. they work great, easy to program and reasonably Priced. I have had no problems with any of them. they preform flawlessly.
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2019
  4. WMcNabb

    WMcNabb 150cc

    TN, USA
    I need to go back and figure out the Aura 8 in my Flex Cessna 170.
    After attempting to fly and spending way too much time troubleshooting, I gave up.
    A standard Spektrum receiver is doing the work, and the Aura is simply riding around in the airplane, unplugged.
    Perhaps I need to reset all the functions and start over, since I bought the airplane second hand.
  5. bob_nj

    bob_nj 70cc twin V2

    Keep in mind that you don't need a conventional type "receiver" in that size plane if you are using a Spektrum transmitter.
    Just use two satellite receivers directly to the Aura and you're all set.
    There have been past issues with the tiny fragile connections on the satellites, so secure/glue them accordingly.

    Good luck
    WMcNabb likes this.

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