which receivers belongs to FrSky qx7 compatible receivers

With this guide you will learn which receivers belongs to FrSky qx7 compatible receivers with its internal module and which to choose four your aircraft.

First let’s see why we need to choose some specific models of receivers for the qx7. As FrSky has many radio transmitters, from lite series, to x series amongst others. And it also has a product line of radio modules of 900MHz and 2.4GHz, any of those categories count with a series of compatible receivers as not every receiver from FrSky is compatible with any of their products so we need to choose one that will work with our qx7, which all of them will also have to work on 2,4 GHz.

So, let’s check during this article in which categories FrSky qx7 compatible receivers are divided.

Taranis qx7 EU or Non-EU

Most FrSky receivers have the option to choose between buying it in LBT version (from the European Union (EU)) or in FCC version (from outside the European Union (non-EU)), but in addition you can update the firmware of some of them to make them work on FCC or LBT according to your qx7 transmitter firmware and according to your country legislation.

It is important to choose a receiver that matches your Taranis firmware or that it can be updated to match your Taranis firmware so it can be bound, conversely if the firmware do not match, you won’t be able to bind your receiver.

Taranis qx7 Protocols

The FrSky qx7 has to main protocol variants apart from those that depend on legislation, so, it is important to notice that FrSky has been using ACCST protocol for the past few years on the first qx7 variant, but now, FrSky has released another protocol, ACCESS, which is included in a new qx7 variant and which has a greater number of channels and an improved latency amongst other features thanks to the newer protocol.

To differentiate between both variants, it is as easy as looking at the right bottom corner of the screen in your Taranis where it will be written ACCST or ACESS according to the protocol used in your unit.

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