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  • Futaba Module

    Anyone know what model number for a Gold-Faced, metal-bodied Frog? it has pins on the bottom of the module, rather than the new units in the top
    A man of true Frankenstinean proportions!!

  • #2
    That's hard to find, the new one FP-tp-FM should work.
    same pin out just upside down.
    that give me the reason for finish putting the transmitter back together, will test it and let you know.
    I tested some time ago the "GOLD " transmitter working with 433 MHz module with out any change.

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    • #3
      I never really thought about just putting it in upside down, but I would think that would reverse the pins, and noit work....but I have been so terribly wrong before,.and maybe Im wrong now
      A man of true Frankenstinean proportions!!

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      • #4
        Don't put one in yet, let me try it out Frist.

        Should not be like the JR module need another 6V supply.
        now I know why the new "JR" 2.4GHz module don't go in to the old JR transmitter.

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        • #5
          Put the battery back in the transmitter, smoke came out, the end!
          Sorry can't help.

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