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FrSky RX8R PRO Receiver FCC Redundancy 2.4GACCST 8/16 SBUS Telem



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Features
An upgraded version based on the RX8R receiver, it has all the same features
including redundancy. The Pro version has higher precision and lower latency.
It’s deviation of PWM is reduced to 0.5us, and the delay of PWM output is 9ms
less than that of the X8R in high speed mode. A feature that deserves mention
is the decreased effect of interference caused by the ignition process.
* Strong anti-interference performance in ignition process
* Higher precision of PWM
* Lower latency on the PWM output
* Support redundancy function
* Smart Port enabled and support telemetry data transmission
Product Details
Dimension: 46.3mm*26.6mm*14.2mm (L*W*H)
Weight: 14.8g
Numbers of Channels: 16CH(1~8CH PWM or 9~16CH PWM from conventional
channel outputs, 1~16CH from SBUS port)
With RSSI Output on Board: Analog DC 0~3.3V
Operating Voltage Range: 3.5V~10V
Operating Current: 100mA@5V
Operating Range: full range (>1.5km)
Firmware Upgradeable
Servo Frame Rate: 9ms (HS—High Speed Mode)/18ms (FS—Normal Speed Mode)
Compatibility: FrSky transmitters/transmitter modules in D8/D16 mode
RX8R-PRO
FrSky RX8R PRO Receiver FCC Including Redundancy 2.4G ACCST 8/16CH SBUS Telemetry Receiver For FrSky Transmitters/Transmitter Modules in D8/D16 Mode
FrSky RX8R PRO Receiver FCC Including Redundancy 2.4G ACCST 8/16CH SBUS Telemetry Receiver For FrSky Transmitters/Transmitter Modules in D8/D16 Mode
FrSky RX8R PRO Receiver FCC Including Redundancy 2.4G ACCST 8/16CH SBUS Telemetry Receiver For FrSky Transmitters/Transmitter Modules in D8/D16 Mode
FrSky RX8R PRO Receiver FCC Including Redundancy 2.4G ACCST 8/16CH SBUS Telemetry Receiver For FrSky Transmitters/Transmitter Modules in D8/D16 Mode
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 25 July, 2022.

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