FrSky X10s -Horus

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FrSky X10s -Horus

Post by Jerry Carducci » Sat Nov 21, 2020 5:45 pm

Has anyone here tried to use or is using the latest FrSky Horus x10s Express radio? It uses OpenTx and is said to be quite the radio system...

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Re: FrSky X10s -Horus

Post by Adrian Harris » Sat Nov 21, 2020 6:18 pm

I thought the Horus came with its own firmware but could be flashed with OpenTX ?

OpenTx is the mutts nuts, once you've learned how they do things.

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Re: FrSky X10s -Horus

Post by Jerry Carducci » Sat Nov 21, 2020 8:14 pm

I have 2 Turnigy 9x transmitters and a 9x Super that are all on ERTx and I love the flexibility to make any control interface do anything you want. My trainer switch is a light selector switch for a Benedini Mini. I have a FrSky Taranis which is on OpenTx... I've downloaded and modified versions of the erTx code to suit my peculiar wants but nothing too wild. I have yet to modify a copy of OpenTx.

The Horus is several steps above my existing stuff.

I was a long, long time Futaba fanboy beginning with my first 4 channel AM system in the mid 1970s and ending with my 9ZAP. The flexibility and price point of the newer systems can't be beat. I still use my later Futaba equipmnt but do so knowing that their days are numbered.

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