Education & Training Series Cost benefit 10 channel radio transmitter
Synopsis: We have been looking for a low cost quality transmitter.
One transmitter does it all, the Walkera DEVO 10 2.4Ghz Digital Transmitter. Walkera DEVO 10 is one of the best priced versus performance radio system on the market. Usually for more channels, it cost more, now this DEVO
10 has 10 channels and comes with a RX1002 10-Channel
receiver for under US$150! This DEVO 10 has a clear and easy to understand menu, the respond time is quick. Walkera placed a new computer chip inside the DEVO 10 and re-wrote the program menu,
making it fast and responsive. It is one of the few transmitter that has
telemetry functions. We like the DEVO 10 radio system alot and we recommend this to all RC modelers,
we use all the 3 ways switches for different flight modes.
You can use this DEVO 10 for the Walkera DEVO series helis, the famous
QR x350, QR-Ladybird, Genius CP, Mini-CP and
of course all diy builds! Questions, feel free to write to us at
1). Encoder: ARM micro computer system
2). Frequency: 2.4Ghz（DSSS）
3). Output power:-5dBm~20dBm, long range 100mW power
4). Battery: 1.2VX4 NiCard or1.5V X 8 AA dry batteries
1). Easy to see under sunlight backlit LCD screen
2). Upgraded gun metal anodized plating. Same plate coating used on the Walkera
Devo 8S. This is not the stock version.
3). Telemetry with voltage, temperature, rpm and GPS data display
4). Vibration and/or buzz alarm which can be set to trigger on defined voltage,
temperature and time
5). 2 Model Types: Helicopter and Airplane. Improved programming with more mixes
and better interface.
6). 7-point throttle curve provides more resolution than the traditional 5-point
7). 30 model memory.
8). Online update function: Enjoying updating the latest program and copy model
setup data with ease.
9). User friendly menu access with throttle curve graph.
Drone Mission Lab ... behind the scenes December 5, 2012
Devo 10 with Angel Eye DVR
ID: Assign fixed id in order to setup transmitter failsafe.
Review of FPV: First-person view (FPV), also known as remote-person view (RPV), or simply video piloting, is a method used to
fly a radio controlled model vehicle from the driver or pilot's view point. Most commonly it is used to pilot an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or a radio-controlled aircraft. The vehicle is either driven or piloted remotely from a first person perspective via an onboard camera, fed wirelessly to virtual reality goggles or a video monitor. More sophisticated setups include a pan-and-tilt gimbaled camera controlled by a gyroscope sensor in the pilot's goggles and with dual onboard cameras, enabling a true stereoscopic view.