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FrSky 2.4G S.Port 8/16ch Telemetry Receiver X8R - PCB Antenna


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THERE ARE TWO VERSIONS OF THIS RECEIVER, ONE WITH STANDARD ANTENNA, ANOTHER WITH PCB TYPE ANTENNA, THE RANGE OF THE PCB VERSION RECEIVER IS ABOUT 20% LONGER THAN THE STANDARD VERSION.
THIS IS THE PCB VERSION.
What's New:
- More number of channels: 1~8ch from conventional channel outputs, 1~16ch from SBUS port, or combine two X8R to become a 16 channels receiver.
-Parallel two X8R to become a 16 channel receiver.
-With RSSI output: analog voltage output (0~3.3V)
-Smart Port enabled, realizing two-way full duplex transmission. Smart Port (S. Port) is a signal wire full duplex digital transmission interface developed by FrSky Electronic Co., Ltd. All products enabled with Smart Port (including XJT module, X8R receiver, new hub-less sensors, new Smart Dashboard,etc), serial port user data and other user input/ output devices can be connected without limitations for numbers or sequences at a high transmission speed.
Product Details
FrSky 2.4G S.Port 8/16ch Telemetry Receiver X8R - PCB Antenna
Dimension: 46.25×26.6×14.2mm (L × W × H)
Weight: 12.1g
Number of Channels: 16CH (1~8ch from conventional channel outputs, 1~16ch from SBUS port or combine two X8R to become a 16 channels receiver) With RSSI output: analog voltage output (0~3.3V)
Operating Voltage Range: 4.0~10V
Operating Current: 100mA@5V
Operating Range: full range (>1.5km)
Firmware Upgradeable Compatibility: FrSky DFT/DJT/DHT/DHT-U in D_mode
FrSky Taranis X9D/XJT in D8 mode FrSky Taranis X9D/XJT in D16 mod
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 September, 2013.

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