In today's article we are going to talk about the Frsky taranis x9d se station, we are going to explain its pros and cons and we are going to make a comparison with the previous model of the taranis x9d plus from 2018. staff about this trasmitter

We start with a detailed description of the Frsky taranis x9d se; This station retains the shape of its old model, but it has some small changes, such as the old model to move through the menus, you had 3 buttons, one to go up, one to go down and another button to enter, while this model It incorporates a wheel with a push button which facilitates navigation through the menus.

This Frsky taranis x9d transmitter incorporates some M9 hall sensor gimbal and improved switches. It also incorporates a screen to be able to observe the data about the flight we are making.

 On the left side of the screen we find 3 buttons, the upper button with a short press takes us to the list of models that we have registered in the station and if we press it longer than 3 seconds we will enter the configuration menu of the station.

In this menu we can modify the date, time, brightness and contrast of the screen, the failsafe, configure the options when we connect the USB cable or a Jack type cable, we can also program the low battery warnings according to the battery that let's put in the bay located at the bottom back.

We continue describing the back of the slot where we will place the sd card.

In this card we will place the open tx software, also the sound files and images of some models.

In the central part of the rear casing we find the bay for modules with the jr format such as the Frsky r9m module or the tbs crossfire module among other models.

Next we will talk about the receivers that are compatible with this station. Since it supports acst protocol and also supports acst protocol in D16.

We start by talking about the acest protocol. I would like to emphasize that if we use this protocol we have to use receivers in D16 mode, that is, receiver such as xm +, rxsr, xsr,

 

However, if we use the Access protocol, we can use its entire range of receivers compatible with this system.

 

To end this section on receivers, note that in the back you can place any Jr format module and make our Frsky taranis x9d transmitter compatible with all receivers on the market.

 

specs

We continue talking about the technical specifications. It uses the internal RF Module: ISRM-S-X9 a module that works really well.

-Dimension: 200 * 194 * 110mm (L * W * H)

-Weight: 700g (without battery)

-Operating system: OpenTX

-Number of channels: 24 channels

-Operating voltage range: 6.5 - 8.4V

-Operating current: [email protected] (Typ)

-Operating temperature: -10 ℃ ~ 60 ℃ (14 ℉ ~ 140 ℉)

-Backlit LCD resolution: 212 * 64

-Smart port, Micro SD card slot and DSC port

-Mini USB interface: supports 2S lithium battery balance charging

-Model memories: 60 models (expandable via Micro SD card)

-Compatibility: ACCST D16 and ACCESS receivers

We continue to discuss the features.

-Classic Taranis form factor design

-Easy release momentary button

-Program navigation button

-High speed module digital interface

-Installed with ACCESS protocol

-Supports spectrum analyzer function

-Supports SWR indicator warning

-Haptic vibration alerts and voice outputs

-Supports wired training function

-Supports PARA wireless training function

-Compatible with the FrSky Free Link app and AirLink S via mobile devices

-M9 hall sensor gimbal and upgraded switches

This article concludes with my personal opinion

I consider that it is a very complete station and somewhat complex for people who are starting out. I am currently using his younger sister the taranis x9d plus se 2018 and I am delighted with her in the 4 years that she has been with me. The colors of the housing that I think give it a more attractive touch and what I like the most of all the Frsky brand transmitters that are compatible with all receivers on the market, whether they are from the Frsky brand and using the internal modules of the station either by using external jr-format modules in the larger stations or by using those with a micro-format in the smaller station models.