FrSKY ACCST technology is proven, approved by many model associations, tested and reviewed as the leading Chinese 2.4Ghz R/C Technology. If you think DSM2 or FASST is the best, think again!
FrSKY ACCST (Advanced Continuous Channel Shifting Technology) gives you secure radio communicatios in 2.4Ghz band. ACCST 2.4GHz system shifts 80 channels around hundred times per second in the 2.4GHz band. This means that the system is completely resistant to interference in that band.
Features: Advanced Continuous Channel Shifting Technology (ACCST is our advanced tecnology it shifts channel hundred times per second and there is no signal conflicts and interruptions) robust frequency agility. Easy to bind and very fast link-up. Excellent reboot time. True Diversity with two antennas. All channels can be programmed with Failsafe, quickly and easily. Quick and extremely stable in performance. Precise and smooth servo response. Extended range (1.5km-2.5km).
Receiver Specification: Operating voltage: 3.0v~16V Power consumption: 30mA Resolution: 3072 Latency: 22ms Number of channels: 7 Range: 1.5km~2.5km Dimensions: 49x23x12mm Weight: 9g
Hi, I have put my Frsky jr into nontelemetry mode. I bind it per instructions and it seems to bind. IE the lights change on the rx when I turn on the TX. The green light is not lit very bright and no servos move. I hav 2 and it is the same on both.
Hi P.A.G., The normal order for hooking up servos to a Rx on a Mode 2 (throttle on left) radio is: 1-aileron, 2-elevator, 3-throttle/ESC, 4-rudder. I'm pretty certain it's the same for Mode 1 (throttle on right), but a quick web search will get you the order for Mode 1. Cheers, EA!
Hi HaLister, This Rx may not come back into stock, as FrSky seems to be phasing out the V8 series as they bring in the V8-II series which can be used with telemetry Tx modules. Also, this is a 7-channel Rx, not 8. Why not go with the D8R-II or the V8FR-II? Cheers!
Hi witooa, I've used these in various planes with spark ignition motors with no problems. Signal reception is very robust against interference. However, if your Tx module is a D-series telemetry module, I would choose the D8R-II (see PRODUCT ID: D8R-II) telemetry Rx over this one. They're the same price and the D8R is even better than this Rx. Cheers!
Hi Giuseppe, These won't work with a stock 7C because FrSKY ACCST (Advanced Continuous Channel Shifting Technology) is a coded 2.4 GHz signal unique to Frsky Tx modules. You can convert a 7C to FrSky using the Frsky module hack kit (see product ID: FRTEL). There's a YouTube video specific to the 7C installation. Cheers!
does anyone know if this RX requires a mod or update to get RSSI output to my FPV OSD as some of the telemetry ones do I think but wondered if the non telemetry ones like this one will give RSSI data to the OSD as they come (without any mods/updating)..
The RSSI sygnal can be taken from a led diode but you need to use any amplifier because the signal is, as far as I remember between 0 and 0.3V. Don't use ua741 because this must work on 0 to 5V not -5 to 5V. I did like this: *******s1.img.pl/v/1110/103407b9.jpg and *******s1.img.pl/v/1110/103398b1.jpg
To be pedantic, the answer to your question is no. Not all Frsky receivers are compatible with the DIY Telemetry module. The FrSky TF series of receivers such as the TFR8, TFR6 and TFR4 are Futaba FASST compatible and do not work with the normal FrSky Transmitter modules such as the V8FT, V8JT, V8HT, DFT, DJT and DHT.
roberted5: Yes, you can use any V8, D8, D6, D4 or VD5M receiver with a DHT (toggle switch) or DHT-U hack transmitter module. Just remember to set the switches on the DHT to the correct receiver mode you need.
flatspin, I'm have a Futaba Fasst transmitter? I know you said it once before,but just to make it clear and help other HK customers,the TFR8, TFR6 and TFR4 are Futaba Fasst compatible recievers,I'm think of getting a 4 channel,for my indoor foamies.That's is correct? thanks
Yes, it is a 8 channel receiver, but only in PPM at the PPM output on connection 8. If you want to connect normal servos, you have only 7 channels. I think thats why it is listed as 7 channel receiver.
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May 20 , 2011
If FrSky telemetry modules (DFT/DJT/DHT) work with non-telemetry receivers in its V8 mode without putting modules into binding status in its two way mode first, modules will fail to get the correct ID (in other words, modules will have the same zero ID).
Users must put FrSky telemetry modules into binding status in its two way mode first to get the correct ID(this step can be done without binding with telemetry receivers), and then switch modules to required mode.
Below is the procedures: 1, Put the module into its two way mode (both DIP switches on the module to OFF). 2, Turn transmitter on while holding F/S button on the telemetry module. Release it in a few seconds. RED LED on the module will flash, indicating the module enters its binding status. 3, Turn transmitter off and switch the module to required mode.
Ah, OK, you are right! I just tested that with my V8R7HV and the Bat connector works indeed as Ch.8! Nice to know. :-)
Yes, my comment was about the SP and I'm also waiting for it to be delivered, but on FrSky's website you see a diagram that on Ch8 this combined signal is present.
Have been using this receiver with the PPM output to my Dragon OSD. This allows my OSD system to take complete control of the AC when in the autopilot mode. The Servos are connected directly to the OSD unit rather than the receiver. PPM outlet sends all the received signals from Ur TX to the OSD for system control.
anyone tried this on a futaba receiver adapted to 2.4 with v8ht frsky module. I installed in conjunction with the original 35 recerptor so I can work with one or another frequency. I hope someone has the answer.