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FrSky X9E Euro - Taranis E with Dual Screens LCD , oLED, Bluetooth, Metal Box version

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Product Description

the upmarket FrSky X9E Australia - aka Taranis E - Mode 2  - A EURO-style dual shoulder harness/tray  radio placed above Taranis in terms of stick accuracy and dual screens so that telemetry information is also displayed on a dedicated "top" oLED screen  

  • Metal shell With brushed metal faceplate - checked
  • Precision magnetic Hall Effects stick sender sensors
  • Double screens LCD + colour oLED for Telemetry information display
  • Bluetooth 4.0 for data linking to other devices (software still under Dev)
  • 6 potentiometers and 8 switches
  • 2 pot slots and 8 switch slots for extension
  • Includes X6R Rx
  • Includes metal Travel case
  • Includes X6R Rx
  • Includes USA/AU Charger
  • Includes MWC team model mixes - Drone and FPV mixes we use for Multicopter, DJI and Planes/Heli
  • AU NZS C-Ticked  - certified for use in AU/NZ




Excludes training 

Excludes manual - buyers must download the Full manual here 



*The hardware, software, configuration, etc are subject to change at the sole discretion of FrSky Electronic Co., Ltd.
        FrSky reserves the right to make any alternations without further notice. Please refer to the final production unit.

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  1. Ugly Duckling

    Posted by Pat Cusack on 1st Sep 2015

    First impression of this flimsy knock-off was frightful ugliness compared to advertised (CAD) image. Then ~clacky gimbals with battery(?) rattling around inside. Then nylon *zip-tie offcuts* falling out when case is opened..

    If you enjoy the challenge that is Chinese engineering, then by all means commence fixing this thing:


    I use it for cameraman - who likes pinch on Graupner MC32 and we need SBUS for gimbals and cam - so not that fussed by mixed reports. It's a fraction of the cost of Graupner and JETI, but quite expensive by Chinese standards.

    If you want a cheap desk with SBUS supplemented by much better range of FrSky receivers/sensors/telemetry, this thing is unique. The local MultiWii support is prompt and helpful. Buy it.

    If you just need SBUS or want scope of FrSky ancillaries, just go Futaba or stock FrSky. This thing isn't the swan you see in the supplied images. Yet.

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