Features: • Compatible with FASST 2.4GHz Air Systems (7CH Mode/Multi Mode) & Surface Systems (C1 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. • Two selectable failsafe setting options (use native failsafe on transmitter or set failsafe on TFR4SB directly. • High sensitivity and stability. • Wide operating temperature range, suitable for all kinds of models.
Specs: Number of Channels: 3~16 (4~16ch in S.BUS mode) 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: 41x24x6mm Weight: 6g
Futaba S-Bus is a system similar to USB for PC's. You need only 1 port on the receiver, there you plug in 1 3-wire-cable to a hub. There you plug in your servos or an additional hub, like 1 hub for the wing-servos an 1 for the servos in the tail. They all have a unique port-adress which you have to give to them with a programmer. You have to use special s-bus-servos or with a modulator you can plug in conventional servos. With this system you became a much lighter wiring harness in your model. An example, from the S-Bus receiver to the ZYX FBL system you will need only one cable.
Hope you understand my "english", im writing from germany. You can take a look at the Futaba site or the one from Robbe Germany for additional infos about it.
Sbus is cool. I operate a 600 FBL helicopter with only 1 cable to reciever awesome!!! to topit off this reciever is so small and light you can stash it anywhere. antenas are on swivel mounts for durability
I love this... Small but sbus does it all. Great for helis with sbus enabled FBL systems.
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Works very good with good range. Also very small,I have it hidden inside the frames of my warp
This also compliments the Robird G31 fbl unit and allows the use of the remote gains
Awesome for the price.