Features: • Compatible with FASST 2.4GHz Air Systems (7CH Mode/Multi Mode). • SB port is compatible with Futaba S.BUS servos and FrSky servo D12MB. No receiver channel limits (except by those on your transmitter) and prevents mismatched servo channel connections. • RSSI output • Two selectable failsafe setting options (use native failsafe on transmitter or set failsafe on TFR8SB directly. • High sensitivity and stability. • Wide operating temperature range, suitable for all kinds of models. • Firmware upgradeable.
Specs: Number of Channels: 8 Operating Voltage Range: 3.5V~10V Operating Temperature Range: -10â„ƒ~80â„ƒ Servo Frame Rate: 14ms (FS-Normal Speed Mode), 7ms (HS-High Speed Mode) Dimension: 44.5x27.5x17mm Weight: 11.5g
I'm familiar with futaba's solutions regarding sbus, but is there any solution out there which will decode all 14 channels and give me a pwm output for each channel? I'm sure it can be done on an arduino .
it has fasst modulation which is futabas... so this receiever is hundred percent compatibile with all -radios that were mentioned in product description... you don't need any additional module... it works the same as the original futaba rx... no difference...
[This was asked in a reply to a different question and answer wasn't clear so adding a dedicated thread]
With original futaba RX you just can program failsafe on channel 3 and this won't work for NAZA-M which needs a different channel for failsafe.
Bear in mind the RSSI output is not analogue - you will need a lowpass filter circuit to get the 0-3V you need. I recall seeing a diagram some time ago that someone put on photobucket but cannot recall it now.
The RSSI on this RX is def. digital.
Tengo un TFR8SB conectado con un 18MZ, pero los servis Hitec HS65 se calientan y no centran, se mantienen sonando, puede ser esto que el recepyor en menc´*`on es con todos los canales SBus???? o que pasa?
I bought this Rx from a local shop mainly for my FPV quad because it has RSSI. Still can't get the RSSI output to work with the TBS Core, but the real issue with this is the poor range I'm getting. I replaced the Futaba R6208 SB that came with my 8FG with this FrSky and did some testing. Wide open fields with nearly a mile in all directions I get maybe 1/4 mile LOS before I start getting bad aircraft twitching then a little further and the NAZA goes into fail safe. In the field I put the Futaba back on, run the antennas in the same place so it's a direct 1-for-1 swap out, and I easily hit 1/2 mile and more when the video sends me turning around because of slight static. I swapped back and forth through three packs just testing an retesting. I realize this is much much cheaper than the futaba, but the range is just awful in the same setup and conditions. I may try the Corona next just to see where that goes.
Today I was flying FPV with this receiver. Went into failsave at 600m/0,4 mile. I was able to regain control and land safely. Now way I'll use this transmitter once more for FPV.
I also bought it for the RSSI output. Unable to use it, no reply from FrSky.
I switched to the small 4 channel Corona with SBUS and RSSI. The RSSI still doesn't work, but the range on that little thing far exceeds this FrSky, and seems to get pretty close to the Futaba. Glad you were able to land safely. I would stay away from this receiver in the future.
good morning I'm buying new receivers, which should I choose es or any of these? OrangeRx Futaba FASST Compatible 8Ch 2.4Ghz Receiver S-Spec OrangeRx Futaba FASST Compatible 8Ch 2.4Ghz Receiver My radio is the receiver 8 Fg While taking into account quality / price? :)
Either. But, if you buy one of each, you can 'pair' them to give you a 14 channel receiver system! Particularly useful if you have the latest 14 channel 8FG Super! I have them and they works very well indeed. They are in fact FrSky manufactured units so are of high quality.
very nice product by Frsky and price too. the previous all receiver by Frsky proven their quality and reliability hence once again in Sbus track they are covering all new paths taken by the big companies
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Have it with v-bar on my 700E (Laheli LA70) and nice working , no problems , fast and precise. Really god price , but maybe lower it. I recommend it.
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i got this for my 450 heli with a gy750 unit. the frsky sbus rx fits nicely inside and worked flawlessly with the gy750! i couldn't believe it works so well! the plastic casing of the rx can be better but it works, so everything's good!
This one is a very good Rx to replace expensive futaba originals. Signal quality and range are basically the same and SBUS works as it is ment to work. I fly MikroKopter.de with this one and it is great
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The RX works very well, but don't try to use old analog servos, ones like the HS-81, on the SBD-4 4 channel S-Bus decoder connected to your S-Bus at the TFR-8 SB. Then you will set your airplane to fire!!! But lastest digital servos will work fine with the SBD-4 and the TFR-8 SB.