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  1. mikeL

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  2. Typhoon Charlie

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    You will need an empty channel on the Rx/TX which I do not think it has zero to connect the servo to.
     
  3. K3CFPV

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    Mars told me they are making a mounting bracket for the Typhoon H (they recommend the 58 for the H). There are two ways to trigger it: 1). manually which needs a spare channel as Typhoon Charlie stated, or 2). use the MayDay board which only needs power (from the H or from a small spare battery. North UAV is coming out with a backpack battery that is permanent to the case and is recharged thru the USB port. The later would be the best solution in my opinion. On my to do list.
     
  4. mikeL

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    I think i would try and find a single channel reciver and mount it with a battery on the parachute body so its completely independent.
     
  5. Gurusonwheels

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    anyone found a working solution for the H yet ?
     
  6. mikeL

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    looking at the mars parachute with the mount on the battery.
     
  7. Danny Baur

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    That would be so cool. But it must be independent from the H battery. I had a P3p battery quit in the air and nothing could have saved it.
     
  8. Gurusonwheels

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    Anyone have any ideas for mounting the 58 to the H

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