- Apr 9, 2014
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Music to my ears. Best thread posted this week. Cheers GB phantom
Unfortunately for EU folks, I've heard elsewhere (I think Simon's recent video) that it gets power output from GPS; so presumably if you're in a country with regional requirements, it will adjust accordingly.
Of course, this is not necessarily gospel until it's released.
A look at the Inspire manual shows it is ...Whats the 12.36 across the the top line with a H in the middle and 2 other points.
How would that make any difference?Worst case scenario buy a controller from a different country.
How would that make any difference?
If it did then yes .. but it doesn't.If it's the controller that comes preset, it would make a difference.
If it did then yes .. but it doesn't.
It's GPS determined. Your flight controller detects from the GPS position that you are within Europe and changes settings. It has nothing to do with the Tx unit.