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! New 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 (ACCSTis 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: 3.0~16V(HV Version) Power consumption: 30mA Resolution: 3072 Latency: 22ms Number of channels: 8 Range: 1.5km-2.5km Dimensions: 44 x 24 x 14 mm Weight: 9.3g
Included; 1 x 8-channel receiver V8FR-II (HV Version)
Hola , ¿*alguien sabe si puedo conectar este receptor a una baterí*a de 3s sin necesidad de usar un BEC ? pienso usarlo en un heli nitro, cual seria la salida del voltaje para los servos?? si alguien sabe le agradezco que me ayude !!!!
NGS, puedes conectar la baterí*a a este receptor (hasta 16 V). Tienes que usar tambié*n servos de Alto voltaje (HV). el voltaje de salida a los servos es la misma que la entrada. En este caso, 3S de entrada y 3S de salida. Si pones un servo normal, lo vas a quemar en los primeros segundos de conecció*n.
you do not need to change the antenna RX. it is a "divercity".
you can increase the range of reception with this antenna:
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/_ _20108__2_4Ghz_7DB_Antenna_for_FrSky_Modules_And_com patible_Radios_Modules_.html?strSearch=frsky antenna
The rx is a fixed unit, with no possibillity to extend the range. The only thing is to use stronger tx´*s. But be aware of local law-restrictions that might apply, and especially, do only somthing with RF if you really know, what you are doing. Otherwise it might become an own goal very soon.
Thanks for posting that great video.Especially the binding of the last receiver in the video will help a lot people not expecting such a long binding prcedure and going to believe something has mishappened as I would to, after such a long time.
Great thing, thanks.
That depends on what module you have in your 9x. It has to be a FrSky DJT(R-compatble ) module with ACCSR. If you have an other module, it will not work.
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Rumours said that the beta version of FrSky couldn't handle cold weather (had problems at -1C/30,2F, but this one (I've actually only tested the telemetry version, but they should be the same) works fine at -19C/-2.2F
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I received the Module and 8 ch TX to day after a short delivery time. My Futaba FF9 responded very well as if I was using my same system from Spektrum. I fly with the Spektrum combination now for 3 and a half year. Price over $ 200. Last year I bought at HK again the Combo for a special price off $109 ( The FrSky FF-1 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for Futaba w/ M for the price off $ 40. WHOW, and I have now a merely wanted 8 ch TX in stead off a 7 Ch!!!!!
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After carefully reading the thread on RC Groups, the first thing I did was to remove the hard case. You would be amazed how small and light 8 channel receiver could be! I used heat shrink to protect the parts but by removing the case I saved some 4-5g and quite bit of space. I re applied the stickers for servo polarity and channel#. Never had a single glitch while using this Rx for last four months.