JUMPER T16 и JUMPER T16 PRO аппаратура управления, обзор пульта с фото и видео – Все о квадрокоптерах | PROFPV.RU

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Introduction

Thank
you for purchasing the Jumper® JumperTX-2.4GHz System T16 Remote Control. The
system is versatile and can be used by beginners and professionals. Please read
this instruction manual carefully before use to ensure correct and safe use.
Due to version upgrades, there have been changes. The information contained in this
manual is subject to change without notice.

This
T16 transmitter is suitable for all types of models of fixed wings, gliders,
helicopters and multi-rotors. The model type can be selected according to the
body used, and various mixing functions can be used.

Relevant
precautions for use, export, etc.:

  1. This product can be used in unmanned aerial vehicles. It does not apply to any application other than unmanned aerial vehicle control.
  2. Precautions when exporting

Flight Safety:

We recommend that you fly to dedicated model airspace, paying special attention to the rules of the arena, as well as the location, wind direction and any obstacles on the field. Be very careful in areas flying around wires, high-rise buildings or communication facilities, as nearby may there is radio interference.

The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. If there are any errors or omissions in this manual, please contact us, we will correct them as soon as possible, and indicate your corrections.

Jumper T16 Overview

JumperTX
is a firmware that runs on the T16. Its main purpose is to support the receiver
of more protocols, thus developing all the potential of the remote control. The
core of the JumperTX firmware is based on the modified Er9x firmware system of
the Turnigy/Flysky9xTM remote.

JumperTX
also has USB file management, making it easier to manage the remote via PC
software.

The
display of the main interface of JumperTX can be modified according to your
needs. You can display any input, switch, channel data and timer at random on
the main interface, and you can set each model separately.

JumperTX can connect to the flight simulator via a DSC line (PPM) or USB cable (USB HID).

JumperTX
also supports coaching and FPV settings.

JumperTX has been internationalized and has been translated into English (EN), Czech (CZ), Finnish (FI), Dutch (NL), Spanish (ES), French (FR), German (DE), Polish (PL) ), Italian (IT), Portugal (PT), Sweden (SE).

8. RADIO SETUP

The System Setup menu is used to configure the remote hardware section and set global features for all models.

RADIO
SETUP: The remote control settings page is used to configure settings common to
all models. Press and hold the SYS button to enter.

Date/Time:
The date and time of the remote.

Battery
meter range: The battery voltage range. If the range is set incorrectly, it
will affect the display of the battery icon on the main interface.

Sound

 
Mode  

All: A beep will sound and the button will
sound.

    NoKey: Beep, no sound when
the button is pressed.

    Alarm: A beep will only
sound when an alarm occurs, such as a battery voltage alarm.

    Quiet: Silent mode, no alarm sound will be emitted (set this mode, there will be an alarm of warning every time you turn it on)

Volume: Master volume.

Beep volume: The amount of sound.

Beep length: The duration of the beep.

Beep pitch: beep sound tone, range 0-300Hz.

Wav volume: The volume of the Wav file.

Background Volume: The volume of the background
music.

Variometer

Volume:

Pitch at zero:

Pitch at max:

Repeat at zero:

Haptic: Vibration settings.

Mode: Similar to the alarm sound setting.

Length: Similar to the alarm sound setting.

Strength: Set the amplitude of the vibration.

Alarms

   Battery low: Battery alarm
voltage.

  Inactivity: No
action alarm for a long time. When set to 0, the alarm is turned off.

  Sound off: Check to turn off the
sound.

  Check RSSI on Shutdown: Check to
enable this alarm, which will be triggered if the remote is turned off without
the aircraft being powered off.

Backlight

  Mode

ON: The backlight is always on.

0. Global Functions

The global functions GF1 to GF64
allow you to define standardized functions available for all modes, such as
specific switches, potentiometers, sliders or settings, which avoids having to
set the same function on each model, model-specific functions in “model
settings (MODEL SETUP) ) in the “SPECIAL FUNCTIONS” page of the
section.

The following figure shows
the system volume display using the right slider (RS).

Source: The source determines the content of the special function enabled (short press the ENT key and then long-press the selection source)

Use the scroll wheel to select up and down, then press the ENT
key to confirm, then select the source to be set and press the ENT key to
confirm (the front with the “!” symbol is reversed, such as SA and
!SA, where !SA is the reverse SA)

Next, select the function in the list of available functions (some features have a second parameter setting available)

!1X: Play this function once (do not play when booting)

1X: Play this function once

1s-60s: Set the interval to repeat this function.

If a checkbox is displayed at the end, you can simply disable the feature by unchecking the box.

Press and hold the ENT key on the global function you have defined, you can display an edit menu to copy, insert, and clear the function.

2. Hardware

This page lists the hardware physical input device types. A short three-character name can be given for identification on the setup page. The calibration of the joystick and knob is also on this page.

Calibration: Joystick calibration interface.

Press the ENT key to start the calibration process, then center all the joysticks and potentiometers (physical neutral point) by pressing the ENT key, move the potentiometer and joystick to the maximum and then press the ENT key to end the calibration.

Sticks: 4 basic channel control joysticks.

Pots: S1, 6P, S2, they can be configured to:

None

Pot

Multipos Switch

Pot with detent

Max Bauds: The maximum baud rate of the
external module can be switched between 115200 and 400000.

Bluetooth: Can be set to Bluetooth Telemetry or
Bluetooth Trainer mode, the default is off.

Name: Enter the name of the Bluetooth
connection.

ADC filter: This setting can be used to turn
the analog to digital converter’s filter on/off.

Battery calibration: If you have a multimeter, you can enter the measured battery voltage to calibrate the value displayed on the remote.

5. Model Setup

The model settings cover all the initial
settings required.

             
The Model Setup Model Setup page contains the following features:

              
1. Define the model name.

             
2. Set the model picture.

             
3. Set 3 timers.

             
4. Enable extended servo limit.

             
5. Enable extended fine tuning.

             
6. Set the fine adjustment step accuracy.

             
7. Open the throttle reverse.

             
8. Set the throttle source to trigger the time.

9. Enable throttle adjustment for idle
only.

             
10. Set up pre-flight inspection.

             
11. Set the display checklist.

             
12. Enable the center beep on the selected control.

             
13. Set up the internal RF module.

             
14. Set up the external RF module.

              15. Set the coach-mode.

             
Press and hold the MDL button to enter the Model Setup page.

Model name: Model name, use the scroll wheel to select letters or numbers, long-press the ENT key to switch between upper and lower case, short press the ENT key to set the next one, short press the SYS key to move the cursor to the left, short press the TELE key to move the cursor to the right, the longest name Up to 15 characters.

Model image: Model icon, model icon file is stored in the SD card IMAGES folder, you can preview these images in the system settings SD card page, the image format is 155*100 RGB JPG or PNG.

Timers: There
are 3 timers that can be set to count up or down. If set to 00:00:00, they will
start from 0, otherwise they will count down.

Source: Set how to trigger the timer. When set to ON, it will always count. When set to THs, the throttle will start timing. When the throttle is at the lowest, stop timing. Set to THt to push the throttle to start timing. The throttle minimum timing will not stop. Set to TH%. It is based on the throttle percentage, and can also be set to use the switch, joystick or flight mode to trigger.

Name: Set the timer name.

Persistent: Allows the value of the timer to be stored in memory when the remote is shut down or when the model is changed and reloaded the next time the model is used. If set to Flight, select Reset Flight and the timer will be reset. If it is set to Manual Reset, you need to manually select the corresponding Reset time to reset the timer (for example, Timer 1 is set to Manual Reset, you need to manually select Reset. Time1 to reset the timer)

Minute call: If you check it, you will beep or say every minute for every minute.

Countdown: Can be set to Silent, Beeps, Voice or Haptic. If set to Silent, the timer will remain muted until 0, and a voice prompt will appear as soon as it reaches zero. If set to Beeps, the beep will be prompted when there is 30 seconds left in the countdown (set to 10s, every 10 seconds when the countdown is left, every second will be prompted, when set to 20s, the remaining 20 seconds will start every One second prompt, when set to 30s, it will be prompted every second for the remaining 30 seconds).

      Extended
limits: Check to expand the channel travel to 150%.

Extended
trims: Check to expand the fine-tuning range. This option must be used with
care because keeping the spinner label too long may add too much fine-tuning to
make your model unusable. Reset will reset all fine adjustments (for all flight
modes)

      Display
Trims: Can be set to No, Change or Yes. If set to “Change”, the
fine-tuning value will be displayed briefly after changing the fine-tuning and
then disappear.

      Trim
Step: Set the fine adjustment step precision. Set to Exponential to indicate
that the trimming value is very fine near the neutral point of the channel, and
the farther away from the neutral point, the worse the step accuracy.

      Throttle Reverse: Check to reverse the throttle.

      Throttle Source: Defines the joystick that triggers the THx option, typically set to throttle.

      Throttle Trim Idle Only: IC engine mode.

      Preflight Checks: A set of security features that take effect when the remote is powered on or when the model is loaded from the model list.

         Display checklist: If a text file with the same name as the model is placed in the MODELS folder of the SD card, the remote will recognize it as a model checklist. If this option is checked, the file will be displayed automatically.

         Throttle State: Check to check if the throttle stick is idle.

Switch Positions: Defines the position of the switch for remote control check. You can select the settings separately, or you can first switch the switch to the position you want to define, then select all the switches and then press and hold the ENT key to set.

Pots&Sliders: This also applies to analog control. There are 2 modes when enabled. When Auto and Man. are set to Auto, the potentiometer and slider position will be automatically stored when the remote is turned off or other models are loaded. When set to Man, you need to press and hold the ENT key on the potentiometer and slider icon to be saved.

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Center beep: Set the channel through the neutral point prompt, select the channel to be set and press and hold the ENT key (default gray, indicating no prompt, black means enable, there will be sound and vibration prompt when the corresponding channel passes the neutral point)

       Use Global Functions: Check if the global function is used. By default, it is checked when the model is created.

       Internal
RF:

 Mode: The transmission mode of the internal RF RF module. It must match the type supported by the receiver, otherwise, it will not be able to match the frequency.

           OFF:
Turn off the internal RF RF module.

D16: For the current 16ch bidirectional full-duplex transmission, also known as X mode. For X series receivers.

           D8:
Applies to the older 8ch bidirectional mode.

           LR12:
Applicable to the current 12ch one-way long distance.

           Channel Range: Set the channel range. (D16 mode sends data every 9ms, 8 channels at a time, 16 channels need to send once every 18ms, so removing unnecessary channels can reduce the delay)

6. Heli Setup

This page allows you to select the type of swashplate, set control limits via Swash Ring, and assign CCPM channels (check “noheli” when downloading firmware to omit this page) This section is used to set up CCPM (Cyclic/Collective Pitch Mixing) for helicopters.

The output of the CCPM mixer is CYC1, CYC2, and CYC3, and the servo channel needs to be assigned on the MIXER page.

Swash Type: Swashplate
type selection (90, 120.120X, 140). 120X means that cyc1 is rotated by 90
degrees.

Swash Ring: The value
is 0-100.

Longitudinal
cyc.source: ELE is usually selected from the Inputs.

   
Weight: 0-100.

Lateral cyc.source: AIL
is usually selected from the Inputs.

   
Weight: 0-100.

Collective pitch
source: Usually an input defined with one or more pitch curves.

   
Weight: 0-100.

7. Flight Modes

Airplane mode allows you to set up a model for a specific mission or flight
behavior. Fixed-wing aircraft may have flight modes that allow for normal,
precise flight and slow roll and roll cycles. Helicopters have some modes, such
as normal for ascent and descent/landing, such as 1 for aerobatics and 2 for
3D.

There are 8
flight modes plus the default FM0 available. The first switch of FM1-8 is
valid. When no switch is turned on, the default FM0 is valid. This explains why
FM0 has no switches.

          Name:
Each flight mode can have a 10-character name.

Switch: Each
flight mode has an optional activation switch (physical or logical)

Trim selection
array: Fine-tuning arrays have the following features.

   Fine-tuning
off (–): Fine-tuning will not be activated in this FM. The spinner tab will
not do anything.

Use
FMx(:x) for fine-tuning settings, for example, if we are on FM3, then
selecting: 3 will cause the flight mode to use its own FM3 fine-tuning settings
for that channel. However, selecting: 5 will cause the FM5’s fine-tuning
settings to be used for FM3.

   Add
your own fine-tuning to the fine-tuning of FMx ( x): The fine-tuning key only
affects the current mode, but the current mode is also affected when you change
the FMx fine-tuning.

  Fade
in, Fade Out: Specifies the time between smooth transitions between modes.

8. Inputs (Inputs)

Press and hold the ENT
key to enter the submenu.

It is highly recommended to
always create a last line that is not restricted by the switch or flight mode.
This is to ensure that even if an invalid logic or switch failure invalidates
other lines, at least the line will still be active, thus avoiding this. One
channel cannot be controlled.

The rate sets the ratio of
joystick movement to channel movement. In each of the three processing layers
(Inputs, Mixer, and Outputs), each has a rate (=Weight) parameter. These rates
are cumulatively applied, so the final servo command is the product of all
rates:

OutputValue= SourceValue x
InputWeight x MixerWeight x OutputRate (note that OutputRate is a function of
Min/Max and curve settings).

Initially keep all input
(Inputs), Mixer (Outputs) and Output (Outputs) rates as default (100%)

In the “Outputs” menu,
adjust Min/Max to get the maximum stroke within the mechanical limit while
ensuring that the paired control surfaces have the same stroke. Alternatively,
you can use the Outputs curve to set these limits.

Press and hold the ENT key to select Edit and enter the input settings page.

Input name: Use the scroll wheel to select letters or numbers, long press the ENT key to switch between upper and lower case, short press the ENT key to switch to the next character.

Line name: Because there can be multiple lines of configuration input, naming each line provides a label indicating the purpose of the line to avoid confusion.

Source: Press and hold the ENT key to enter the input source selection menu. Scroll up and down to the desired category and press ENT, it will return to the input page with the cursor on the first item in the selected category. Then you can scroll up/down there and press ENT to select the source.

Weight: The normal range is -100 / The value between 100.0 and 100 will scale the source signal by the source percentage. A negative value will reverse the response. Note that servo reversal should not be done with a negative value in the input, and the reverse channel should be reversed on the Outputs page.

Offset: You can add an offset to the input value, either positive or negative. In the input, common use of offsets is to convert the range of -100 / 100 to a range of 0-100.

(SrcValue
x weight) Offset =Result

         (100
x -50/100) 50=0

           (0
x -50/100) 50=50

        (-100
x -50/100) 50=100

Curve:

  Diff:
The differential (usually down the aileron stroke) is used to reduce
unfavorable yaw and improve cornering/maneuvering characteristics. (Default = 0,
range -100 to 100). Although available here, it is best to set it on the
mixing page.

  Expo:
The default curve is Expo, the default value is 0. This means that the response
is linear (ie no curve). A positive value will make the response weaker around
0, while a negative value will make the response sharper around 0.

  Func:
If the setting is changed to Func. (predefined function curve type):

  —
(output is always equal to source)

  X>0
If the source is >0, then enter the follower source.

        If
source <0, then enter=0.

  X<0
If source <0, then enter the follower source.

        If
the source > 0, then enter = 0.

  |X|
Input follows the source, but is always positive (also known as “absolute
value”)

  f>0
if source >0, then enter = 100%

        If
source <0, then enter = 0

  f<0
if source <0, then input = -100%

        If
source >0, then enter = 0

  |f|
If source >0. Then enter = 100%

        If
source <0, then enter = -100%

Modes:
Allows you to select the flight mode that this line can activate. By default,
all flight modes are active, but if the flight mode number has been blanked,
the flight mode will not be activated.

Switch: The switch position (physical or logical) can enable/disable this input line.

The Side: Side parameter limits the effect of the line to only one side of the source:

— (enabled within the full source range)

x>0 (enabled only when source > 0)

x<0 (enabled only when source > 0)

Trim: Here you select the spinner source to add to the input source:

   Off (no fine-tuning source enabled)

   On (Enable the fine-tuning source of this joystick)

   Add rudder trimming to Rud input

   Add elevator trimming in Ele input

   Add throttle trimming in the Thr input

   Add aileron trimming in the Ail input

You can use the rudder trim switch to control the aileron trim.

For fine-tuning to work, they must be enabled in the Inputs and Mixer pages.

9. Mixer

The Mix Control page allows you to combine as many input sources
as you want and map them to any of the 32 output channels. These next logical
outputs are then adapted to the mechanical properties of the model using the
next page (Outputs).

You have complete flexibility to control the mix from any input
to any output channel.

A mix control connects an input to the channel it is in. The
input is configured in the Inputs page, which defines the transition from the
physical source to the logical input.

The mixing page also allows some remote 32 channels to be used
as virtual functions for a clean design (for example, mixing multiple inputs
into one reusable function and then assigning it to one or more channels) The
settings of the Outputs page are not considered in these functions.

All inputs range from -100% to 100%. The joystick, knob,
slider, channel, CYC source, and coach input will vary proportionally within
this range.

If the servo of the #3 plug that you want to connect to the
receiver is controlled by the lift (ELE), you only need to create a mix on the
CH3 and use the Ele input as the source.

Each channel can have many rows and you can choose between each
row. Press and hold the ENT key and select Insert Before/After to create a new
line.

By default, all rows on the same channel are added together, but
a row can also be multiplied before it, or replaced.

Note that each row that is
currently active and contributes to the channel output will display its source
in bold. This is useful for debugging when many lines are set on the channel
and the switch function is checked.

Use the scroll
wheel to select the mix list, press and hold the ENT key to enter the edit
submenu. Select Edit and short press the ENT key.

Mix name: Use the scroll wheel to select letters and numbers, long press the ENT key to switch between upper and lower case. Short press the ENT key to set the next character.

Source: Long press the ENT key to open the submenu for selecting the input source by category.

Use the scroll wheel to
select the desired category, then press the ENT key briefly, then use the
scroll wheel to press the ENT key to select the sub-item.

Weight: The range is -500 /
500. The default value is 100. A negative value will reverse the response.

Offset: You can add an
offset to the input value, positive or negative. The range is -500 / 500.

2. Global Variables

Ideally, there is an adjustment value that is used in multiple places.

     
For example, a glider uses ailerons as flaps when landing.

     
Global variables can replace normal values in each Weight, Offset, Differential,
or Expo setting.

     
They are also specific flight modes, which avoids having to use separate mixing
lines with different values for each flight mode. This greatly simplifies the
mixing of the pages and makes them easier to understand.

By using the “Adjust GVx” option in Special Functions, you can even
adjust global variables in flight, so you can quickly optimize settings such as
double rate ratio, expo, differential, flap to elevator transform, and more. If
a pop-up is enabled (indicated by !

     
The term global means that global variables can be used to set pages for the
entire model, but not for all models. Each model has its own set of global
variables.

     
There are 9 global variables available.    

Press and hold the ENT key
to display the edit menu and then press the ENT key briefly to open the edit
window.

Name: Set the name.

Unit: For reference only, switch between normal and %.

Precision: When switching to “0.0”, the Gvar value is divided by 10 for the logic switch. This is necessary because, for example, Thr: -100 to 100 and GVars: -1024 to 1024. When switching to “0.–“, Gvar will not be modified.

4. Special Functions

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Special features include:

         
Override – Forces the channel output to a specific value.

         
Control coaching functions.

         
Set and reset the timer.

Reset the telemetry value.

          Adjust global
variables – Allows neat features, such as optimizing settings in flight.

          Adjust the
volume.

          Play sounds,
tracks, background music and/or vibration (tactile) feedback.

          Run the Lua
script.

          Adjust the screen
backlight.

          Save the
screenshot to the SD card.

          Control data
logging.

          Record the
position of the joystick as a fine-tuning setting to store your runaway
protection settings.    

Each model can have 64 special features. In addition, there are 64
global features available for standard features of all models. These can be
accessed from the “Radio Setup” section.

      Switch:

         This can be any
physical switch or fine-tuning at any location, 64 logic switches, ON (always
enabled), One (trigger only once) and 9 flight modes.

      Press and hold the ENT key to enter the
submenu that displays the source by category. Scroll up or down to select the
desired category, then press the ENT key.

Then you can scroll up/down from there and press ENT to select the
source.

     Function:

        The following functions
are triggered by the switch selected above.

        Override: Forces the selected channel output (CH1 to CH32) to be a specific value between -100 and 100. This checkbox enables or disables this line.

        Caution: This function
does not consider the minimum/maximum value and direction specified in the
output menu, so the servo may be overdriven.

        Trainer:

          “—”
Enables the coach mode on all four channels.

           Rud/Ele/Thr/Ail:
Allows coach mode to be enabled only for selected controls. The checkbox
enables or disables this line. Add an SF for each control.

Inst.Trim: This
function adds the current joystick position to the corresponding trim value
when the selected switch is activated. It’s best to assign it to a switch that
you can easily reach, and then use it to quickly set up fine-tuning when flying
in a straight line and horizontally.

        Reset: When the
selected switch is activated, the following will be reset (depending on the
selected option):

         Timer1,2,3: The selected timer value is reset to the value set by the time parameter in the Model Settings screen.

         Flight: Reset
telemetry and timers.

         Telemetry: Reset
all telemetry values.

         Sensor: Allows
selection of active sensors so that they can be reset individually, for
example. VSpd, Alt, Cels, RSSI, RxBt, Cmin, Cmax.

Checkbox: Enable/disable this line.

       Set: Time1, 2, 3: This function
will preset the selected timer (00:00:00). Check the box to enable or disable
this line.

       Adjust: Allows adjustment of
global variables (GV1 to GV9).

         There are four options
for “—“:

                  
Value (between -500 and 500)

                  
Source (normal control range)

                  
GVAR, another global variable

                  
Increment ( 1 or -1)

Checking “—” and long-pressing the ENT button will bring up a pop-up menu that allows you to choose between Constant, Global Var and Increment / Decrement.

       If you press the ENT key on
any of the four source types, Constant, Mixer Source, Global Var or
Increment/Decrement, it will pop up a pop-up menu that allows you to choose
between the other three types.

Pressing the ENT
key while the mixing source is active will display the submenu of the source by
category. Scroll up/down to the desired category and press the ENT key. It
takes you back to the parameter being edited on the first item in the selected
category. Then you can scroll up/down from there and press ENT to select the
source.

Checkbox: Enable/disable
this line.

      Volume:
The selected source will adjust the volume. A simple app will use the knob to
control the volume. Check the box to enable or disable this line.

SetFailsafe
Int.Module: Allows dynamic setting of runaway protection on the ground or in
the air. Set the control interface to runaway protection and press the selected
switch to store the runaway protection value. This feature is available for
internal XJT modules. The checkbox enables or disables this line.

      SetFailsafe
Ext.Module: As mentioned above, but for the external module of the emitter. The
checkbox enables or disables this line.

      Play
Sound: Any simple sounds listed in the drop-down parameter box will be played.

         !1x:
Play the sound once, not at startup.

          1x:
Play a sound once.

          1s-60s:
Repeats the sound at the specified interval.

      Play
Track: Play any .wav sound file stored on the SD card. The list of available
sounds will be displayed in the parameter column of the drop-down box.

         !1x:
Play the sound once, not at startup.

          1x:
Play a sound once.

          1s-60s:
Repeats the sound at specified intervals.

      Play
Value: Say the value of any controls available in the parameter menu. These can
include switch or joystick values, or telemetry values ​​or time.

Select “—” and
press and hold the ENT key to pop up the menu showing the source by category.
Scroll up/down to the desired category and press ENT, which takes you back to
the special features page with the cursor on the first item in the selected
category. Then you can scroll up/down from there and press ENT to select the
source.

          !1x:
Play the sound once, not at startup.

          1x:
Play a sound once.

          1s-60s:
Repeats the sound at specified intervals.

      Lua Script: This field is used for function typescripts that run on-demand using this special feature. The script should be placed in the /SCRIPTS / FUNCTIONS/folder of the SD card.

      Background
Music Pause: Pause the background music. Play music when the source is enabled,
pause when disabled. Resume playback when re-enabled.

      Vario:
Vario only sounds when the specified switch is enabled.

      Haptic:
The vibration function needs to be enabled in RADIO SETUP.

        Intensity:
0-3

        !1x:
Vibration once, does not vibrate when turned on.

         1x:
Vibration once.

         1s-60s:
Repeat the vibration at the specified time.

      SD
Logs: Sets the frequency (in seconds) at which the data records are sampled and
stored on the SD card.

        “—”
does not create a log.

         0.2-25.5s:
Log records are saved at specified intervals.

      Backlight:
This parameter displays a slider that sets the level of the screen backlight.
Used to conserve battery power or to compensate for different lighting
conditions.

      Press and hold the ENT key on a defined special function to bring up a menu to copy, insert or clear the function.

5. Custom Scripts

Various applications for web applications and image processing, in this
case for implementing custom functions in the radio. There are three basic
types:

      One-time: The script only runs once
and then terminates. For example, the receiver and flight controller setup
scripts, as well as the new Create Model Wizard. They are executed from the
/SCRIPTS/folder on the SD card.

Mix: The script becomes part of the
control loop in the radio and runs repeatedly. These are set using this custom
script page. They usually read one or more values, do some processing on them,
and then output one or more values. These scripts should be as short as
possible, because exceeding the script execution runtime limit will cause the
script to be forced to stop and disable.

      Function: Scripts run on demand
using special features, usually triggered by events or switches.

There are some caveats – if the
script stops executing, you should never use Lua model scripts to control any
aspects of the model that might cause a crash. The reason is that if the script
tries to use too much CPU time or memory, it will be shut down and will not run
again when the model is selected.

The Custom Scripts page is used for mixed-type scripts that run continuously. These scripts should be placed in the SD card / SCRIPTS / MIXES/folder.

        Up to 9 custom scripts

      You can select a script in
the first line and optionally define a custom name to know what to use in the
second line. The screen also displays the inputs and outputs used by the
script.

      The basic layout of Lua scripts

6.
Telemetry

              JumperTX supports a very comprehensive data transmission system for Frsky and third-party sensors.

              Smart
Port telemetry(S.port)

      Through this connection, the
receiver can achieve full-duplex (bidirectional) high-speed communication.

      main feature:

Each value received through a
digital transmission is treated as a separate sensor with its own attributes.
Multiple identical sensor types can be connected, but the physical ID must be
changed. For example, sensors for each of the 2 – 6S lithium batteries, or monitor
individual motor currents in a multi-motor model. Each sensor can be
individually reset by special functions.

      The digital sensor can:

      Play the value by voice.

      Used for logic switches.

      Input for proportional operation.

      Displayed in the custom data
transfer screen.

sensor type:

       RSSI

Receiver Signal
Strength Indicator (RSSI): The value transmitted by the receiver in the model
to the remote control, indicating the strength of the received signal. Warnings
can be set to warn below the minimum value, indicating that you are out of
range. Factors affecting signal quality include external interference,
excessive distance, poor orientation, or antenna damage.

         It is not an absolute
measurement, but a number that represents the ratio of the signal to some
initial “good” value. This number is relative, but can indicate that
the model may be close to the range limit of the control aircraft.

When the return signal
is completely lost, the remote controller will have a “return signal
lost” prompt. Please note that due to a fault in the return link, the
remote can no longer warn you of RSSI or any other alarm condition, so no
further beep will sound.

       Digital transmission settings:

       RSSI:

         Low Alarm: Range
15-75, default 45.

         Critical Alarm: Range
12-72, default 42.

Sensors:

        Discover new sensors:
Short press the ENT key to find a new sensor for the first time.

        Stop Discovery: Short
press the ENT key to stop discovering the sensor.

        Delete all sensors:
This option will delete all sensors so that you can start adding sensors again.

Ignore instances:
Normally, you will see a pop-up window showing “all telemetry slots are
full” and you will not be able to close. Turn off the receiver, then close
the pop-up window, enter the telemetry screen and delete the duplicated items.
Then check this option to prevent this sensor from repeating errors.

All found sensors are
automatically displayed during the discovery process. If no S.port sensor is
plugged into the receiver, only the sensor that comes with the receiver can be
found and set.

      
Add a new sensor: Allows you to manually add new sensors. Short press the ENT
key to call up the Add New Sensor menu.

Name:
Set the name.

      
Type: Available with Custom and Calculated.

      
Custom sensor settings:

       Type: Custom

      
ID: Sport ID number (4-digit hexadecimal), usually read from the sensor. The second
field is the physical ID number to be entered.

      
Unit: V, A, mA, kts, m/s, f/s, kmh, mph, m, ft, degC, degF, %, mAh, W, dB, rpm,
g, deg, ml, fOz

      
Precision: Shift the decimal to 0 or 0.0 or 0.00.

             
Ratio: “-” 0-3000.0.

If
Ratio is “-“, the telemetry value is calculated as follows: (sensing
value divided by 10)

      (received
value/10) Offset=displayed value

     Or,
if Ratio is not “-“, the telemetry value is calculated as follows:

      [(received
value / 255) * Ratio] Offset = displayed value

      The
ratio allows the received sensor values ​​to be corrected or converted, for
example between km / h or between sections.

       Offset:
between -3000 – 3000.

Auto Offset: When checked, it will be automatically reset to zero. For example, when the Vario sensor is at ground level when the power is turned on, it stores the first value received after reset as zero. This provides an “AGL” reading instead of an “above sea level” reading.

      Positive:
Limit any negative value to zero.

      Filter:
When selected, the moving average of 4 past values ​​will be calculated.

      Logs:
If checked, the SD card will be logged. Please note that the log record must
still be started by the Special Function. This option only makes the data
available for recording.

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      Calculate
sensor settings:

      Type:Calculated

        Formula:

          Add,
Average, Multiply: Values ​​can be added, averaged, or multiplied.

          Min,
Max: You can extract up to or up to a set of 4 values.

          Totalize:
This function adds each value as it is received.

          Consumption:
This value will be integrated over time.

        Unit:
“-“, V, A, mA, kts, m/s, f/s, kmh, mph, m, ft, degC, degF, %, mAh, W,
dB, rpm, g, deg, ml, fOz

        Precision:
Shift the decimal to 0 or 0.0 or 0.00.

        Source1-Source4:
Select from any active sensor.

        Auto
Offset: Automatically resets to zero when checked.

        Positive:
Limit any negative value to zero.

        Filter:
When selected, the moving average of 4 past values ​​will be calculated.

        Persistent: When selected, this value is retained during a power outage and resumes during power-up. Very useful for functions such as mAh consumption.

        Logs:
If checked, the SD card will be logged. Please note that the log record must
still be started by the Special Function.

       Professional
features:

        Lithium
battery cell voltage:

The Lipo voltage sensor FLVSS
adds the following parameters to the list:

Cels: Total battery voltage.
In order to get a single battery voltage, a new calculation sensor needs to be
defined.

Name: Cmin or Cmax.

Type: Calculated

Formula: Cell

Cell sensor: Select from active
Lipo voltage sensors, for example, Cels.

Cell Index: lowest, 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, highest.

Log: If checked, it will be
logged to the SD card. Please note that the record must still be started by the
Special Function.

Distance:

  The GPS sensor
adds the following parameters to the list:

  GPS: Longitude and
latitude.

  Galt: Height.

  GSpd: Speed.

  Date: Date, time.

To get the distance from the
GPS power-up position to the current position, define a new calculation sensor.

  Name: Dist

  Type: Calculated

  Formula: Distance

  Unit:m

  GPS sensor: Set
this to “—” and we do not use height values ​​for this calculation.

  Alt sensor: Select
the “Galt” entry from the list of activity parameters.

  Logs: If checked, it will be logged to the SD card. Please note that the record must still be started by the Special Function.

  Current sensor 40A

  The 40A current
sensor adds the following parameters to the list:

  Curr: Current

To get the consumption
(battery in mAh), define another new calculation sensor:

Name:

 Type: Calculated

 Formula: Consumpt

 Sensor: Curr

  Unit: mAh

 Persistent: When selected, this value will remain during power down and resume during power-up.

 Logs: If checked, it will be logged to the SD card. Please note that the record must still be started by the Special Function.

Variometer settings:

The Vario sensor adds the Vspd and Alt parameters to the sensor list.

Source: To enable Vario, set “VSpd” as the source on the main telemetry page under the “Variometer” heading.

Range: Sets the maximum expected sink rate (-17 to -3, default -10m/s) and the maximum rate of climb (3 to 17 and defaults to 10m/s) for the sounds generated by the Vario custom function.

Center: Sets the sink/climb rate limit for the center “dead zone” (-2.1 to 0.5, default -0.5 and -0.5 to 2.0, default is 0.5m/s). Replace “Tone” with “Silent” to turn off the tone in the center range.

If you want to use the switch to open and close Vario as shown below.

Components

Table of Contents

1. Overview.

1.1. Disclaimer

1.2. Legal status and copyright

2. installation.

2.1. ready.

2.2. Backup remote firmware

2.3. Backup models and settings

2.4. Upgrade remote firmware using the Companion software

2.5. Companion Software Introduction

2.6. First boot

2.7. Main interface

2.8. System settings

2.9. SD Card

3.0. Global function

3.1. Trainer Mode.

3.2. Hardware

3.3. Version Information

3.4. Model selection

3.5. Model setting

3.6. Helicopter setup

3.7. Flight Modes

3.8. Input

3.9. Mixer

4.0. Outputs

4.1. Curves

4.2. Global Variables

4.3. Logical Switches

4.4. Special Functions

4.5 Custom Scripts

4.6 Telemetry

4.7 Simple Delta Wing

11.1. Trainer Mode settings

11.1.1. Master mode

11.1.2. Slave mode

11.2. Set FPV or other external input

11.3. Use fine-tuning as a virtual switch

11.4. Swashplate mixing

11.5. Modify sound

12. Emulator

Аккумуляторный отсек и sd-карта

Jumper T16 поставляется со специальным держателем аккумуляторов 18650, но их самих в комплекте нет.

Вы также можете использовать 2S LiPo. Размер аккумуляторного отсека составляет 75x42x16 мм.

Одна небольшая проблема все таки есть с этим отсеком — он неплотно прилегает и по этому гремит внутри. Это можно исправить куском фольги, но Jumper уже сказали, что исправят это, так что, скорее всего у вас уже не будет этой проблемы.

Встроенного зарядного устройства нет и вам нужно будет извлекать батарейки для заряда.

Они могли бы приделать к держателю 18650 провода для зарядки — один разрядный провод и один балансир, но не знаю почему это не сделано, наверное для удешевления производства.

Слот для SD-карты также находится внутри аккумуляторного отсека. Но сам пульт уже продается с установленной SD-картой на 512 МБ, поэтому вам не нужно докупать ее отдельно.

Внешний вид jumper t16

Когда я взял Т16 в руки, то был приятно удивлен его формой и размерами, это уже не просто игрушка, как Т8 или Т12.

Т16 немного выше X9D, но тоньше него.

Задняя ручка сильно выпирает и занимает много места, когда вы кладете пульт в рюкзак. Резиновые накладки по бокам приятные на ощупь.

Также, эти накладки снимаются, может быть, что-нибудь придумаю и напечатаю на 3D принтере другие.

По центру пульта расположен крючок для крепления шейного ремешка. При использовании ремешка, аппаратуру не требуется центрировать и балансировать, она идеально висит на ремне.

Чтобы включить пульт, нажмите и удерживайте 5 секунд кнопку питания. При включении загорится светодиод. То же самое делается и для выключения. Принцип включения похож на QX7 и Horus X10S. Я думаю, что это отличное решение, нежели тумблер у X9D, потому что он иногда сам передвигается в сумке при переноске.

Внешний модуль

На задней стороне JUMPER T16 есть отсек для внешних модулей JR, таких как R9M и Crossfire.

Как и у младшей версии, у Т16 нет встроенного модуля RF и он предполагается как внешний модуль. По этому причине, у Т16 есть встроенный модуль Multi-Protocol JP4IN1.

JP4IN1 это очень мощный модуль, потмоу что поддерживает многие популярные радиочастоты, включая FrSKY, Flysky, Hubsan и другие. Это значит, что если у вас в дронах стоят приемники FrSKY, Flysky или Hubsan, то проблем не будет и они будут реагировать на пульт.

Протокол можно поменять в меню настроек модели.

Список поддерживаемых протоколов:

Обратите внимание, что модуль JP4in1 выглядит немного иначе, чем модуль в T12.Они убрали поворотный переключатель и кнопку привязки. Но ничего страшного, потому что все действия можно выполнять в меню не используя физические кнопки. А вот порт miniUSB остался для обновления модуля P4-in-1.

В своей рекламе, компания Jumper неоднократно заявляла, что «TBS Crossfire поддерживается прямо из коробки» и у меня вопрос, почему тогда не поддерживается «из коробки» и Frsky R9M.

Вся новая аппаратура от Frsky после X9D перестала поддерживать Crossfire. Использовать можно будет только после нескольких модов. Многие предположили, что это шаг вперед для собственной дальнего радиуса действия 900 МГц — R9M.

Полеты в fpv симуляторе на т16

Сверху пульта, под резинкой есть порт miniUSB (почему не microUSB?), он нужен чтобы:

  • Летать в симуляторе;
  • Заходить на SD-карту;
  • Прошивать пульт.

Я проверил, как эта аппаратура работает с симуляторами FPVAir 2 и Liftoff — все прошло отлично и работало без каких-либо настроек. Каналы отличаются от Тараниса и требуется калибровка, если вы уже летали в симуляторе на Таранисе. Если JUMPER T16 не отобразился при подключении как Джойстик, то проверьте в настройках USB — установлен ли там этот параметр.

Рядом с портом USB есть еще один разъем, который похож на разъем для наушников, но при подключении наушников они не заработали, но позже я узнал, что это порт тренера.

Сравнение с taranis

По качеству сборки он похож (внешне) на Taranis X9D-Plus.

Самым большим отличием от Тараниса, думаю, будет корпус и экран. Исходя из своего опыта использования в течение нескольких последних дней, мне все еще нравится эргономика моего Тараниса X9D, наверное дело в привычке.

Из «коробки» (после распаковки, то есть), стики немного коротковаты, но они регулируются и это не проблема, тем не менее, они не совсем идеальны для пальцев, если вы удерживаете стики двумя пальцами, а не одним, из-за расположения подвесов, потому что они расположены довольно близко к верхней части пульта, но опять же, дело привычки.

Я могу держать сам пульт и зажимать пальцами стики у Тараниса X9D, но не могу у Т16 без шейного ремешка.

Taranis X9D столкнулся с настоящей конкуренцией от Jumper T16. Стоимость не SE версии X9D (подвесы на пружинах) около 220$, в то время как Т16 стоит около 150$ 10$ на два аккумулятора.

Лучше ли Jumper T16 аппаратуры Taranis QX7? Я бы сказал, что это определяется особенностями, если вы ищете дешевую и качественную с множеством функций аппаратуру, то Т16 на сегодня нет равных.

Т16 это надежная аппаратура, но я сомневаюсь насчет эргономики. Если они смогут улучшить захват для пинчеров (тех, кто двумя пальцами держит стик), то этот пульт будет явным лидером.

И, наконец, я хотел бы, чтобы у аппаратуры был встроенный RF-модуль 4 в 1, чтобы вам не нужно было его менять каждый раз, если захотите использовать R9M. Но я думаю, что это ограничение из-за прошивки, чтобы избежать больших изменений в программном обеспечении.

Стики (гимбал)

Я думаю, что механизм стиков это простой подвес-потенциометр, а не «датчик Холла» — я объясню это в главе Первое впечатление).

Рядом с каждым подвесом есть винт М2, который поднимает одну сторону вверх или вниз, поэтому вы можете отрегулировать наклон точно под себя. Очень классная особенность, я такого еще не видел.

Высота стиков регулируется, а также можно менять насадки, диаметр резьбы — 3 мм, то есть, М3.

Мой Jumper T16 в режиме 2, то есть, throttle/yaw (газ и рыскание) — слева, а pitch/roll (тангаж и крен) — справа. Но вы можете поменять этот режим, если вам нужно по другому.

На пульте есть 6 триммерных (щелкалки) кнопки, 4 для подвесов стиков и 2 запасные (Т5 и Т6) для программирования (то есть, вы им можете назначить действие).

Характеристики и особенности

Jumper очень амбициозные ребята, цитирую их письмо:

…создать самую высокопроизводительную аппаратуру управления с открытым исходным кодом на сегодня. Т16 ЕДИНСТВЕННАЯ аппаратура, чтобы управлять всеми…

Что заставляет их быть такими уверенными? Ответ ниже:

  • Большой цветной LCD-экран 4,3 дюйма (480*272px);
  • Съемный аккумулятор — для пульта нужны 2 аккумулятора типа 18650 или один LiPo 2S;
  • Пульт поддерживает съемные модули, например, TBS Crossfire и Frsky R9M;
  • Есть многопротокольный модуль, то есть, поддерживаются приемники Frsky, Flysky и другие!
  • Работает на OpenTX (формально JumperTX);
  • Голосовые уведомления;
  • Обратная связь с вибрацией.

Почти все тоже самое, что делает X9D-Plus, но значительно дешевле, цена примерно около 150$ (около 10 тысяч рублей на момент публикации).

Часто задаваемые вопросы (faq)

Можно ли отключить экран во время полета?

Большой цветной экран может быть достаточно энергоемким элементом. Отключить экран нельзя, но вы можете отключить подсветку и активировать ее при нажатии кнопок меню. Это хороший способ для экономии заряда аккумуляторов, как и в Taranis:

Могу ли я заменить подвесы на М7 или М9?

На данный момент сказать трудно, думаю, что это возможно с некоторой модификацией. Этот вопрос уточняется.

Можно ли регулировать натяжение подвеса (гимбала)?

Натяжение регулировать можно, я расскажу вам об этом при следующем обновлении.

Можно ли заряжать 18650 или LiPo внутри аппаратуры?

Нет, порт USB для этого не предназначен. Требуется извлекать аккумуляторы для зарядки.

Экран, кнопки и пользовательский интерфейс

Этот большой цветной экран просто потрясающий! Такой же экран установлен в Horus X10S за 420$. Обратите внимание, что это не сенсорный экран. Сенсорный экран есть у Flysky Nirvana, это круто, но я предпочитаю использовать кнопки, потому что это точнее.

Пользовательский интерфейс идентичен Horus X10S в OpenTX и если вы уже знакомы с QX7 или X9D, то интерфейс не будет вызывать у вас вопросов.

С левой стороны экрана расположены 4 кнопки: SYS (настройки), MDL (модель), PAGE (страница) и TELE (телеметрия):

А с правой стороны: RTN (возврат/отмена) и кнопка-ролик — эта штука очень проста в использовании! Немного похоже на кнопку на зарядном устройстве iSDT Q6. Ролик крутит по списку вверх и вниз, но расположен вертикально, что не интуитивно и неудобно:

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