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Old 04-09-2017, 10:00 AM
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Hi,

I would like to build a system for Mystique 2.9 electric glider, that includes DX6 (Spm6750), a suitable receiver, and a telemetry system with vario and GPS (with voice).
I planned a Spektrum system, but I am not sure:

AR610 6-Channel DSMX Coated Air Receiver (SPMAR610)
TM1000 DSMX Full-Range Aircraft Telemetry Module (SPM9548)
Aircraft Telemetry Variometer Sensor (SPMA9589)
Aircraft Telemetry GPS Sensor (SPMA9587)

Will these devices work together?
If yes, how should I connect them? (because TM1000 has only 1 x-bus connector, and I would like to use vario and GPS as well.)

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Old 04-09-2017, 12:19 PM
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Hi,
I would use the 6270T receiver as it is designed for carbon-fiber and fiberglass fuses and it has telemetry ports built-in.
To add multiple sensors to the X-buss port of the receiver you would daisy-chain the sensors using the two X-buss ports on each sensor (X-buss1,X-buss2). X-buss port of the receiver to the x-buss1 port of the first sensor and then the X-buss2 port of the first sensor to the X-buss1 port of the second sensor.
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Thank you very much Brian.
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