Frsky S8R 16CH 3-Axis Stablibzation RSSI PWM Output Telemetry Receiver With Smart Port

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SKU: FRS-S8R Category: Brand: FrSky

The S8R is a FrSky X-series receiver with built in 3-axis stabilization. For conventional Fixed Wing and Glider Models it will support stabilization, automatic level, hover and Knife-edge flight modes, for Delta Wings or flying wings and V-tail models it supports stabilization and automatic level flight modes. You can edit the type of model and manipulate all these features via the S8R.Config or S8R.lua. The S8R can also be used as a standard 8 channel X series receiver if it is required.

Tip: Use the S8R with 3-axis stabilization as a slave receiver with the RB-10 to give you that extra peace of mind by buying you precious time to bring your model home.

Specs:

  • Brand: Frysky
  • Item number: S8R
  • S8R (8CH/16CH receiver with built-in 3-axis gyro and 3-axis acceleration)
  • 46.47×26.78×14.12mm(L x W x H)
  • Weight: 14g
  • Number of Channels: 16CH (1-8ch from conventional channel output, 1-16ch from SBUS port)
  • With RSSI PWM output on board: PWM voltage output (0~3.3V), 100HZ, 1500±500us
  • Operating Voltage Range: 4.0~10V
  • Operating Range: full range
  • Gyroscope Measurement Range ±2000dps
  • Accelerometer Measurement Range: ±4g
  • Firmware Upgradeable
  • Compability: Frsky Taranis X9D Plus/X9E/Horus X12S/XJT in D16 mode
  • S8R-EU only works with Frsky Horus X12S and Taranis X9D Plus/X9E/X7/XJT in D16-EU mode.

Features:

  • Built-in three-axis gyroscope and three-axis accelerometer sensor module
  • Built-in RSSI PWM output (0~3.3V)
  • Built-in battery voltage detection
  • Smart Port enabled

Package Included:

  • 1X FrSky S8R 16Ch Telemetry Receiver

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