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Tarot ZYX-S Gyro vs ZYX-S2 Gyro

Tarot ZYX-S Gyro vs ZYX-S2 Gyro

The tarot zyx has always been a hot gyro in the rc world, there are normal version tarot zyx-s which is used for normal receivers, also the zyx-s version for the receivers with satellite, both are for helicopters.

The newest one which is arriving soon tarot zyx-s2 will also be for helicopters, from 200 to 800 helicopters, including multirotors are compatible. It uses new MEMS angular rate sensor and 32-bit microprocessor, new control algorithms
and computer setup software, greatly enhanced the spin stability , vibration resistance and flight performance.It also comes with Built-in supply voltage detection function, to ensure flight safety.

They are quite similar in apperance though, main specifications for the 2 are as follows:

the tarot zyx-s
1) Dimensions: 37.2mm*25.2mm*13mm
2) Weight: 9.8g (not including connecting wire and adaptor)
3) Operating voltage: DC 3.5V-9V
4) Operating current drain: 60mA
5) Operating temperature:-15C~65C
6) Maximal angular velocity: 800 degrees/sec
7) Tail servo compatibility: 1.52ms analog servo, 1.52ms digital servo, 760us digital servo, 960us digital servo
8) Swashplate servo compatibility: 1.52ms analog servo, 1.52ms digital servo
9) Radio compatibility: PPM, PCM, 2.4G
10) Supporting firmware upgrade
11) Supporting Multi-Blade Rotor Head

tarot zyx-s2

Dimensions: 37.2mm*25.2mm*13mm
Weight: 9.8g
Operating voltage: DC 3.5V-9V
Operating current drain: 40mA
Operating temperature:-15℃~65℃
Maximal angular rate: 2000 degrees/sec
Tail servo compatibility: 1.52ms analog servo, 1.52ms digital servo, 760us digital servo, 960us digital servo
Swash plate servo compatibility: 1.52ms analog servo, 1.52ms digital servo
Receiver compatibility: Conventional receiver, S-BUS, DSMJ, DSM2, DSMX(will support more by firmware upgrade)
Supporting firmware upgrade,Supporting Multi-Blade Rotor Heade

We can see the difference will be
4) Operating current drain: 60mA vs   Operating current drain: 40mA
6) Maximal angular velocity: 800 degrees/sec vs     Maximal angular rate: 2000 degrees/sec
We hope this will be a real improvement from the version 1, and more stable, with enhanced performance.

October 10, 2013 This post was written by Categories: RC Helicopters Tagged with:
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