home Home import_contacts Research library_books Notes style Projects photos Photos Table Of Contents Related Articles FlySky i6 Radio Setup and Hacking Guide LiPo Battery Price Analysis Fixing an Arduino 0x000000 Error Turnigy Reaktor 250W Charger Mounting a VHD NTFS image on Ubuntu FPV Camera Comparison The Taranis Q X7 is Real Nt 48

The Taranis Q X7 has hit the FCC Database. It's real and from the features below, it looks awesome!

From the manual, there are a plethora of 3 position switches:

Features include speech output, logging (via SDCard) and nice gimbals (at least on paper):

Here is the SDcard port, along with a smart port and USB port:

There is an integrated XJT module, which can be turned off in software so an external module can be used:

According to the documentation, there will be three models:

  • Taranis Q X7

  • Taranis Q X7D

  • Taranis Q X7S

Here's what it looks like from all sides:

The one bummer here is that the battery port takes AA batteries and not a LiPo. Modification shouldn't be too hard though.

Internal photos show a huge 128pin LFQP main processor.

This is where the LCD would be.

Looks like there is a separate board and MCU for the audio.

And here is the board for the external module adapter.

If you're as stoked about this radio as I am, you can get notified when they're in stock here: Taranis Q X7.

Hope this was helpful. If so, feel free to checkout my YouTube channel, get updates when a new article is posted by following on Feedly and read the the other guides at nathan.vertile.com/blog