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Other Turnigy9x V2 Low Battery Indicated When It's Not Low

Discussion in 'Transmitters & Receivers' started by jcp, Feb 4, 2018.

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  1. jcp

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    turnigy 9x v2 tx... all was working great ... until ?

    I started using it with a mic. cable from trainer port on tx to line in on pc...using it with a flight sim to do more heli practice....

    Now , after a few days of use and out of the blue I get a battery voltage reading on the tx as 1.2v but I know the battery is 11.1 ( tested before inserting into case )

    The beep horn I desoldered for now but any thoughts on why the indicated voltage is so far off ? has anyone heard of this with this tx before ?

    thanks in advance
     


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    Not having any experience with the 9x v2, I wouldn't know where to start. But, if you have a volt meter, you may want to open it up and start tracing wires and see if something burnt inside. But only if you are comfortable doing so. Otherwise, find someone that has electronics knowledge to help you out.
     
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    no one with electronics knowledge I know... by the time I pay a shop I may as well purchase a new radio.
    not worth the aggravation of the running around and trying to figure it out
     
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