16 thoughts on “Qczek LRS 2.10 release

  1. Hi,
    maybe you could fix the configurator V2.10 earlier versions of the configurators like 2.00 were working fine. I think anybody else would have a similar problem. I think it is the resolution… (see screenshot)
    https://imgur.com/a/MR0BfG2

  2. Hello, why is PPM not supported on the transmitter? How can I connect it directly to Radiolink AT9S hardware via the trainer port?

  3. 2.1, TX module 915, sbus – LED (M0) always on. RX module LED blinks 4 slow, 4 fast. Nothing happen im receiver tab in inav.

  4. Please add a wiring diagram. I’m already confused. 1.91 works fine if RX goes to PPM pin on Taranis Q X7, M0 to S-Por. I select SBUS on Taranis and receiver, RSSI works and telemetry data is transmitted at 9600.
    With firmware 2.10 I can’t use this, Taranis swears for a weak signal.
    Please add a wiring diagram. I’m already confused. 1.91 works fine if RX goes to Taranis Q X7 hardware, M0 to S-Por. I select SBUS on Taranis and receiver, RSSI works and telemetry data is transmitted at 9600.
    With firmware 2.10 I can’t use this, Taranis swears for a weak signal.

  5. Can you please explain difference between
    Mavlink enc. + SPORT MASTER
    and
    Mavlink enc. + SPORT SLAVE?

    1. It’s easy, if you connect directly to taranis, choose sport master, if you connect as relay to frsky rx choose slave 😉

    1. wow, really cool.
      Maybe you can make version compatible with 32 bit stm L0 mcu ? Or maybe event something really small and unique stm32wle5 with embeded lora chip…?
      Kris

  6. I flew this system with telemetry disabled on the standard frequency grid (default) in rx silent mode . During the flight (approximately every 2-3 minutes), failsafe was turned on for a few seconds (the engine was turned off, the corresponding indication was displayed on the fpv monitor). The LRS 2.1 was connected to the fs-ia6b receiver via a transistor inverter (repeater). What can be the reason for the loss of communication at a distance of about 300-400 meters?

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