This is quick guide how to use QLRS with Taranis X-Lite using 3d printed module case designed by me. First thing you should know, is that X-Lite does not support 9ms PXX protocol like Taranis X9D does, so you will need to use PPM output which is a little bit slower, but suitable for long range flights. The 2nd is that 433MHz would kill X-Lite so you need to switch for 868MHz modules.
And small update regarding PXX usage :). I just build custom opentx firmware for X-Lite making possible usage of old PXX 🙂 Enjoy https://github.com/krzysztofkuczek/opentx
So first thing you have to do, is printing cover parts. It’s printable using even crappy cheap 3d printer, but you need to print bottom cover using 0.1mm layer, and spend some time for sanding to make sure that it gently feed X-Lite module bay. You can download STLs from https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3438213
So time for fitting connector and gluing it using CA.
And slide it into X-Lite, and not break anything 😉
Then time for soldering and securing connector using fixing glue.
Now time for module connector and BEC. Please remember to add capacitors…
And of course shielding…
And blue-tooth module for telemetry, button and LED …
When everything is ready, put everything into the box…
And close it 🙂
Now set up external module PPM protocol.
And you are ready for flying 🙂