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  • 25/07/2021

    I'm waiting for the receivers so I can test it. Excellent manufacturing and case. I do not recommend the distributor board above the multiprotocol system as it CAN CAUSE SHORT. A system that transfers and manages current should not be placed on a metal surface. I recommend to install it on the back cover so that it does not interfere with the movement of the sticks. Observation , gets to warm up a little but nothing alarming. I recommend patience and logic when installing the electronic internal part.

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  • 04/07/2021

    DANGEROUS! READ THIS! The power module board has sharp pins sticking out the back that will pierce through the double sided tape and when that happens you get a short, and when you short a Li-On battery then a lot of current flows, melting wires and producing magic smoke and possibly flames. It may not happen immediately, but after a while, or as in my case while I was holding it. The pressure of my fingers on the plastic was just enough to push the pins the last bit through the double sided foam. It smoked like crazy, especially out of the headphone jack, and I immediately popped the battery out. Inside the wire from the battery had completely melted, the silicon insulation was turned into a powder dust, and 2 solder joints on the heat sink of the internal module had melted loose. Now imagine that this happens in your baggage on a flight. Do you want to be responsible for bringing down an airliner? Be sure to file those sharp pins down on the power module, remove all filings, and check for shorts before installing. See the attached images showing sharp pins and molten double sided tape.

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  • 27/08/2021

    Delivered exactly 2 weeks after purchase. Everything working as intended. Flashed, binded and ready to fly. Connectors demand little bit of force to snap in place, but on the other hand, I'm certain that they won't just snap out on their own.

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  • 10/07/2021

    i havent use it yet but its nicely built module and im overly hype. take note of installation on the powe module, just stick it a little higher and not much in the middle or it will be squish by the foam which i did. also take note when building the firmware, to use the correct one, i failed a couple of times coz i selected the rx instead of tx. good thing i didnt brick it. You also dont need the nightly build to use 500hz refresh, the new stable release rc9 has enabled it by default. cant wait to use it

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  • 28/08/2021

    Very easy to install on the Jumper T-lite. It does drain the battery though so I am planning to mod the T-lite to add another 18650 in parallel with the stock one.

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  • 11/08/2021

    should help with range, can’t wait to try it out!

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  • 21/07/2021

    working well. easy to assamble good product quality. very recommend this product.

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  • 19/07/2021

    good and fast dilivery not tested yet arrived to italy in 9 days

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  • 03/09/2021

    installation is a bit tricky, but because of the price and value that Express LRS brings it's okay. but that only goes for this t-lite version, which is a must. after install the first thing you should do is updating transmitter (t-lite) updating elrs transmitter with t-lite "opentx" and then all receivers. done. ep1 and ep2 receivers are by the way wifi receivers.

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  • 13/08/2021

    Bangood shipping was excellent as usual (fast with reasonable packaging). Thanks. The product quality is outstanding. The expressLRS system is probably the best option today, especially for LR as due to the smart utilization of channel it can use more RF power per bit as other systems. It's a pity that extra power distribution board need to be used due to T-lite limited power available for extension (I've tried to leave it out as I never need more than 25mW output power but I had no luck and the supplied wires were too short for this option to be sure that plugging was safe; perhaps the reason why I also had no luck with this kind of setup). I had to use my own double sided tape for the power distribution board as the supplied one was too small for the PCB and also it was not thick enough (I didn't want to risk that something at the bottom punches through the tape and reaches the metal top of the internal RF module). I also had to remove the double sided tape tower pushing the internal RF module as it was in the way of the distribution board. All in all the placement of this board is the weakest part of this whole setup. Assembly of the external module was easy, it's better to place the thermal pad directly to the PCB where it can somewhat stick and not to the painted metal case where it does not stick at all (although this is how the pictures here show). Although there is a power wire but I did not need that so assembly required no soldering, only plugging. Building the firmware was flawless. The Lua script was complaining some version mismatch and I had set force use so WiFi update could be triggered. The WiFi update was also flawless and after that Lua script is working excellent without version issue.

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