FrSky

FrSky M9 Hall Effect Sensor Gimbal for Taranis X9D

$21.95
( 4 Reviews )
FrSky Hall Effect Sensor Gimbal Upgrade for Taranis X9D and Taranis X9D Plus 
 
Upgrade your FrSky Taranis X9D Radio with these awesome Hall Effect Sensor gimbals! They feel a lot smoother than the stock gimbals, and will last a lot longer!
 
The Hall Effect sensor measures a magnetic field to determine the position of the stick. This allows them to be a lot smoother an much more accurate than traditional pots. Your Taranis X9D will feel like a top dollar, high end radio! And since there is no friction in a Hall Effect sensor, there is almost no wear. You won't be replacing these anytime soon!
 
These features make the M9 gimbals the top must-have upgrade for FrSky Taranis X9D users!
 
FEATURES
  • Metallic outer construction
  • Adjustable stick length
  • Adjustable stick tension
  • Selectable ratcheting on Y axis
  • Selectable self centering on X and Y axis
  • Plug and Play with Taranis X9D and X9D Plus
  • 4 Ball Bearings per gimbal
NOTES
  • Requires disassembly of the Taranis X9D for installation, which exposes delicate circuitry. Please only do this modification if you have experience handling electronics.
  • Calibrate Sticks after installation.
  • The M9 Gimbal ships with the centering spring enabled. For the throttle stick, loosen the correct adjustment screw on the back of the gimbal.
INCLUDED
  • 1x Hall Effect Sensor Gimbal for Taranis X9D and X9D Plus

INSTALLATION

 

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4 Reviews

5/5
Jim Sep 2nd 2017

Very nice upgrade

These gimbals are a nice upgrade. They don't feel as cheap feeling as the originals. They are definitely smoother. They also seem to be more responsive and precise. Is it a HUGE difference? No, but noticeable enough to say this was a good purchase and I will be happy with these down the road.

1/5
Chris May 16th 2017

M9 Gimbal, don't know what the hype is?

I was sadly disappointed. One gimbal had a seized bearing on its roll/yaw axis, I managed to free it up after taking the gimbal apart and putting a drop of oil on it. Once installed the gimbals felt cheap making a tinny sounding click in the center compared to the stock ones which make a softer clunk. I then tried to increase the stick height, took the grub screws out, and the knurled knobs were seized on, one came loose with pliers but ruined it in the process and the other started spinning inside the plastic. At this stage I gave up and put the stock ones back on. Don't know what the hype is around these because the 2 I got are crap.

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