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.
The Two-way Radio System developed by FrSky provides an additional return link that would be used for monitoring the Rx’s voltage, temperature, location, speed and so on.
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).
Futaba: 3PM, 3PK, 7U, 8U, 9C, 10C, 9Z, FN-Series, T10C, FC-18, FC-28.
Hitec: Optic 6, Eclipse 7, Prism 7
WFLY: WFT09, WFT-08
Operating voltage: 3.5~10.0V
Power consumption: 100mA
Analog voltage: 0~3.3V
Number of channels: 8
Dimensions: 55 x 25 x 14 mm
Operating voltage: 6.0V-13.0V (can handle 3S!)
Power consumption: 50mA
Output Power:: 60mW
Resolution: 3072 (11bit)
1 x 8-channel transmitter module DFT
1 x Transmitter Antenna
1 x 8-channel receiver D8R-II PLUS
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It might pay to ask your question in your native language. Unfortunately this doesn't make sense in English.
Ok que informe me da la telemetria en la pantalla. disculpa. Gracias.
You will need to get the sencers and a display screen to see the data.
necesitas pantalla externa
No. You'll need the FrSky display to see live telemetry.
No. This is based on the same module size as the TM8. Your radio uses TM14 which is a different size module. If you want to convert to FrSky use the internal module DHT.
Exactly the answer I was looking for. Saved me some $ from buying the wrong item. Thanks!
There are 2 tiny switches on the back of the module. These are used when switching between using D series RX & V series RX. Read the manual & it'll explain it. If you don't have it reply & I'll dig my instructions out & tell you how.
I just dug it out anyway. For D series RX, both switches set to OFF V series switch 1 OFF & switch 2 ON. Good luck.
oops wrong one
no jr one not futaba
This can only be used with Futaba/Hitec transmitters that have the module in the back of the set.
you would need to get the DIY kit and mount it inside the TX and set up the led bind buttons in an accessable place on the TX.
Any good 2.4ghz system should be fine with gas engines.
I have been using it for 2 years on two 55cc gas planes. I have converted two Futaba 8UA FM radios to this system for glow, gas and electric without a glitch. This system is rock solid.
The module that came out of my 9C is a FP-TK-FM. If your T7ups has the same module then it will fit. Alternatively search to see if it's compatible with the above module. If it does, it will work.
Check Futaba website but I can confirm 9C & 8UAP radios work with this module.
copy & paste from the specs above. V8FT: Futaba: 3PM, 3PK, 7U, 8U, 9C, 10C, 9Z, FN-Series, T10C, FC-18, FC-28. Hitec: Optic 6, Eclipse 7, Prism 7 WFLY: WFT09, WFT-08
no you need the the frsky DJT
DJT is the type of moduel ( pins in a different location ) You need the JR version for your radio.
That depend on your Transmitter model memory . My TX has 30 model memory some have 7 model memory The receiver Bind to the module & the receiver remembers the module ID.I don't think there a limit
copy & paste from the specs above. V8FT: Futaba: 3PM, 3PK, 7U, 8U, 9C, 10C, 9Z, FN-Series, T10C, FC-18, FC-28. Hitec: Optic 6, Eclipse 7, Prism 7 WFLY: WFT09, WFT-08 SO.... yes
The operating voltage is 3.5 to 10v. A 3s pack would deliver upwards of 11v fully charged so no. You'll need to use a voltage regulator or BEC.
If I understand your question correctly, The TX module will work with all of the D & V prefix receivers listed under FRsky. It won't work with the T prefix RX or any other brand of RX.
are this module comes with box and manual?
Yes the module comes in a box and with a short but sufficient manual. grz maarten
No it is not. Turnigy is not futaba, so it does not work. grtz Maarten
I think its possible to use this module with Turnigy 9XR. The point is that this transmitter will bind with Futaba receivers also.
*Joe* do you have an answer yet? I'm looking just one for my sanwa M11 (believe sanwa is the same as airtronic)
Hi Urquizar, The FP-T7uhp isn't listed in the above specs, but it uses the standard Futaba plug-in module from that era, so it should work just fine. I converted my old Futaba 8U Super and it was seamless. Works great!!! Cheers, EA!
Hi Urquizar, One quick addition to my previous comment. Your radio must be switchable between PPM and PCM mode. The FrSky kit can only operate with the Tx in PPM mode. Cheers, EA!
Hi lawerence, This is the kit you want for your T9CHP. It uses the standard Futaba plug-in module, so this will pop right in. Cheers, EA!
Hi lawerence, Something just occurred to me th would prevent you from using this kit on your t9chp. Your radio must be switchable between PPM and PCM mode. The FrSky kit can only operate with the Tx in PPM mode. Cheers, EA!
I have just installed this module in a 9chp. This radio is switchable between PPM & PCM & the module works perfectly.
If it has a module port it should work. If not, get the DHT 8 ch module but only if you're confident soldering it in. Do a search on RCgroups forum for some walkthroughs on how.
ALL 2.4MHz protocols are unique. You must ensure the tx and rx units use the same one. There are no cross-brand units.
Futaba and $pektrum are not compatible
Means it is a to way reciever (telemetry)
The receiver battery can plug into any spare servo port,if you wish to use all 8 channels then plug a Y lead into one of the ports,then you can plug the servo in one socket of the Y and the battery into the other.
ok thanks, forgot about the y connection Eric
If you are using on electric model like a heli, plug your throttle/ esc into the channel 3, this will power the rx from the batt plugged into the main lead of the esc
no is only for futaba....for example t10 cp and similar....
The Futaba 3PJ appears to take the standard Futaba TX modules. If this is the case, then yes, it will. The Fr-Sky module's antenna might be a fairly tight fit due to the outer casing of the 3PJ module enclosure. But it looks OK to me from what I can see on Google images.
its as simple as it looks just swap the module over and make sure you set your transmitter to PPM
Thanx but Where is ir connected on the Tx ?
Sorry i was thinking that it had a clip off module on the back but yours hasn't so you would be better off getting the other frsky module which you would have to fit inside the transmitter . Also have a look on youtube as there are loads of good video's on how to do the job . Also check for wiring diagrams as to which wire does what
Plus for what its worth i would just get a DHT U and just plug it into the trainer socket that way you dont trash your transmitter and could always sell it on
With th DHT U, I will be able to switch between 2,4 FASST and 2,4 ACSST easly ?
Yes as far as i know when you plug into the trainer port this then stops your tx transmitting . we did this with my friends 6ex and he has been fine for the last 18mths . I have just ordered another DHT U for another friend and you will find a bubby code which will give you extra discount off also click on forum tab above the click international buddy codes
Thanx a lot for the buddy but I won't buy this item because I have solved my problem.
Hi Galaxy, All FrSky Tx/Rx gear is 3072 resolution. Cheers!
Great item! Fast responsible, very best telemetry! Compatible WFLY 09, Futaba and Futaba like transmiter with change RF module.
My system does not work, I'm not happy ay all
Yes, If you are prepared to disassemble the casing and radically modify the electronics you could probably make it work, but why would you do that vs. just installing the hack module? Cheers!
Yes I bought this for my Futaba 8U and it works nicely.
Yes works great with my 8UAP !
Likewise with my 8U Super. It was plug and play and hasn't skipped a beat. I love my old 8U and this breathed new life into it.
I too have just installed in my 8U, works great just plug in module, bind and away you go, when binding, make sure both switches on tx module are off
No it will not work.
yes it fits perfectly
can i use esc with bec for this rx???
Très bon matériel solide fiable. Adaptable à plusieurs radio, marche très bien sur FUTABA FF9.
Sure, you can use esc with bec in rx, normally at position 3
3Dguy NO this unit does NOT work with the Aurora9 you may end up damaging your unit check the files tab i will upload the pin outs for the aurora 9
No, it will not work as per the compatability list in the advertisement. I do have this on my Fut 8U and it works fine. As far as range goes......mine will work farther than I can see.
Hi Onkeiz, You can convert a Futaba 7C or 6EX to FrSky 2.4GHZ, but not with this module. This is for radios that have a plug-in frequency module on the back of the Tx. What you need is the FrSky DHT 8ch DIY Telemetry Compatible Transmitter Module hack kit (see product ID: FRTEL). It requires that you open up the Tx and install the module inside the case. There's YouTube videos specific to both the 6EX and 7C on how to do this installation. Cheers!
What futaba is it?
Look at your futaba TX. If there is similar looking module, then it should work for you. There is a list of compatible Futaba transmitters: """Futaba: 3PM, 3PK, 7U, 8U, 9C, 10C, 9Z, AND FN-Series, T10C, FC-18, FC-28."""
I should mention: Telemetry not needed.
Pretty much all Nine Eagles bind-n-fly packages are ment to bind to their own proprietary radio. So "no".
Don't know if this helps, but: It works with my FF7 (T7CP), although my radio does not have a module slot in the back. I had no problems removing the circuit board from the TX and installing it inside my FF7.
it fit my ff8 perefectly,hope this helps you
With Turnigy 9x transmitter will work Combo Pack for JR
Thanks for your answer but I only see in your reply: "Combo Pack for ****link ****link"?. Is there a problem in your post ?
Links won't stay here. For the 9X radio you'll need the module for JR. You'll find it here in the FrSky section.
For Futaba 8FG this does not approach
It will fit perfect
It's a FrSky. Not compatible with Flysky.
The actual module seems the same, but the receiver does not support telemetry. Go with the DF.
Actually this combo is full telemetry! TX and RX.
thanks for your reply.
have you found out any thing yet?
There are multiple replies that they have managed to get this to work just fine. So based on those experiences, you are safe. Check the reviews on the product page, there are multiple Aurora 9 replies.
Sorry no the pin outs are different i have just uploaded the pin outs if you click on the files tab above Gutted as i was after the same thing
As I know it is not possible, you should bought the DIY system, wich is more cheapest. try to sell it for your friends and buy this http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__17205__Fr
Answering myself: Yes, it works beautifully with an old FF7 (T7CP). Just remember to be careful with the wires and colors. Contact me if you need a pin guide.
hey you should credit yourself lol, it would be nice to have that pin guide thought. I am going to try and make my own T9X hack module with the original module and fit it to my WFT09
I have a pic of it, drop me an email.
my address: magnus at vonrosen dot nu
Don't mix digital servos internal position handling with transmitter or receiver output. You can't get 12-bit resolution out of any receiver, typically it's more closer to 10-bit aka 1024 points with 100pcnt servo travel.Btw 9CAP one of the slowest radio if we speak of latency times.Google "futaba 9CAP latency" ,hit the link runryder****
WHAT??? who says you can't get 12bit out of any receiver. The WFT09 is a 12bit 4096resolution system. It is higher than anything else on the market and the smoothest. Search for WFR09S and specifications. This FrSky system is 11bit 3072resolution which is very smooth already and would be very difficult to see the difference. YES mate it will be ok to use.
très bon produit aucun problème avec ff9
No this will not work with the sanwa M11. We FUTABA people are buying these to upgrade MHZ radios to 2.4 because of reliability and price points instead of buying a new 2.4g radio and rx.
Is this a question?
YES, DOIN IT MYSELF
Spad if your intent is to go to FRSKY in order to buy cheap receivers or if you have a dead zone on your HiTek at the extreme end of your stick movement on either stick as this radio typically does then I would suggest that you selll the radio and buy either the Turnigy 9X or the FlySky FS-TH9X. Same radio and the FS-TH9X is in stock in the USA at h.o.b.b.y.p.a.r.t.z for $89.00 and comes with an 8 channel rx.
No the pin outs are different please check the files tab above i'v uploaded the correct pin outs
yes it can use set by dip swtch
I just keep mine from touching one another and it works fine and I can fly until its a speck and this rx works beautifully. One for telemetry and one for rx
I am not sure about that. I have a WOW 2.4 receiver with two antennas also. In the instructions they say that they are both rx antennas and they should put 90 degrees one from the other for best signal.
yes I agree and they should never touch or be shrouded in carbon fiber. Ive seen what happens in both instances and it aint good.
Point them at 90 degrees or even opposite to each other. But keep clear of other wires like ESC cables and devices etc.
FrSky V8 & Telemtry receivers.
Edit: I mean a Futaba FF-7. :)
IF IT HAS REMOVABLE MODUAL IN BACK. iF NOT U MUST GET TEH DIY KIT
Update: It does not work with a Futaba FF7 / T7CP since that radio does not have a removeable module. http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/images/em_c
Update 2: It works if you remove the casing and install it as a "DIY"-module inside the FF7.
no this is compatible with hitec A9 FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Telemetry Module & V8FR Rx
No the pin outs are different see the file tab above
The JR equivalent of this is the "FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Telemetry Module & V8FR RX". Which will fit a 9X.
Correction it's this one "FrSky DF 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Module & RX (V2)"
Works great with mine. Love it.
works like a charm just don't forget to switch your tranmitter from pcm to ppm
Yes it should work fine.FP-T7UAFS uses the same FP-TP-FM module as my Futaba 8UAP and this combo works great!
Yes. I use it in both 7UAF Super and 7UAP Super. It is similar to using the Futaba TM-7 modules, but way cheaper and with fail safe on every channel.
Yes, but you should use JR type module (this will fit with small connection modification)
No, FrSky ACCST system wouldn't work with Futaba FASST system (it's incompatible)! Buy this Tx module and all new Rx or buy Futaba FASST Tx module and use your old Rx.
yes, it's in the list. Futaba 9C
Make sure the selected PPM, PCM was not selected.
I have a Futaba 9CAP and it works
Just se if you have it PPM, you can tchange PCM to PPM.
yes if it fits it will work.
set the transmitter to ppm, then it will works. im using it in my fc28. theres no problem.
i wouldnt do it. you would need extreme technical know.
You can theirs a guy on ebay who does a plug and play module just type in frsky dac he also has some vids upon youtube
this one is for futaba,
theirs a guy on ebay who does a plug and play module just type in frsky dac he also has some vids upon youtube
Futaba 12FG uses a different module case, will not fit. Of course you could adapt to get PPM signal from trainer port and power from PCB, but it's not a direct fit.
Does this module work with a Futaba FF9? or does anyone know which one does? Thx in advance
Hitec Optic 5 has internal module, so it will not fit. You can fit the FrSky DYI module on Hitec Optic 5 (or any other Hitec, works even on Aurora 9), but it will require some soldering.
It works on most Futaba radios, including this one. Will not work on Futaba radios with internal module (these need DIY module) nor in the newer Futaba (12MZ, 14MZ, ...)
D8 is a telemetry receiver, V8HT is non-telemetry receiver. They are not equivalent or compatible. Anyway, DF combo is compatible with both D8R-II and V8HT.
Is Eclipse 7 set to PPM (NOT PCM) ? This wrong selection at Tx causes this weird effect.
Eclipse 7 is set to PPM.
Are your RX at least 1m away from TX, and your servos at least 10cm away from RX and antennas?
It's normal. The red light says it is operating, the green flashes when sending or receiving data packets.
No need to rebind the same receiver. The bind is only to let your receiver know your module ID and follow the right master. After you bind you'll not need to bind the same receiver anymore. You can buy additional receivers and bind then also, one time each, for extra airplanes.
RSSI alarm will sound when sinal is ***r. The module has an internal buzzer for that. Turnigy 9x transmitter can be modified (with ER9x firmware) to show RSSI, volts and other data on screen (see *******code.google****/p/er9x) but it require some mods.
If fc-16 has module slot behind, it might work! fc-16 is old one, its better change it to something nice! such as futaba 6ex, hobbyking tx
both will be flashing when binded, check settings in the tx module dip sw should all be off, then check ur radio if set to ppm mode.. eclipse is hitec right, i think you need to repin the contact points on the tx module like aurora 9 mods! im not sure the pins are arrange like futaba on hitec radios!
THanks, the Dip switches had to be in the off position... 5 star for this one. Pins are perfect i believe, just had to reverse the antenna! thanks!
have you tried switching the dip switch on the tx module, you have the manual right read the dip switch setting on the tx module for non telemetry modes!
Thanks a lot jbx907,
It worked !
just a pain I will have to switch on the module everytime I "switch" from telemetry and no-telemetry receiver before flying...
get the DJT JR 2.4ghz combo pack, tgy9x uses JR type module, this is futaba type and won't fit!
no its not working!
its not compatible with turnigy v2!
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I purchase this Unit to put then in my Hitec Aurora 9 (doing some modification obviously) and it is working perfect, to get this install I did not even need to open the Aurora it was so simple that I could not believed. I been using the JR FrSky (normal w/o telemetry) on my Turnigy 9X also and is been reliable also. Very happy with this module. Highly recommended.
excellent achat de tres bonne manufacture.. vraiment facile d'utilisation bien que sans notice papier! premier achat en 2,4Ghz et vraiment satisfait
Everything seems to work perfectly in my Hitec Optic. Remounting the antenna making it point upwards was a simple task.
Rumours said that the beta version of FrSky couldn't handle cold weather (had problems at -1C/30,2F, but this one works fine in -19C/-2.2F
Works with both telemetry and non-telemetry receivers, but you will have to change some tiny fragile switches on the module each time. It's better to go all telemetry or non-telemetry.
hi what an i doing wrong ,cant get it to bind,read the instruction 10 times still wont bind,after switching receiver back on it only has red light on not green,do you plug battery into ch 8,no battery id on case ,this is v2
Frsky telemetry 8ch distance on ground test, on futaba 9c
The tx was cca 40m above rx points.
At 5.37 km distance the bind was working 100% .
I receive this in 2 weeks packed nice. the transmitter will beep when leaving range. I put it in my sportmaster-60 with a thundertiger 91 4-stroke I took it up at least 900 to 1000km with no beeping very nice Frski combo. Will try my gas plane next 80cc. thanks H.K.
Bought this to use with my 3pk. Due to the large size of the antenna housing, i cannot re-install my module cover that helps hold the module in. I contacted hobbyking support and said they couldnt offer me any technical support. The item description clearly states it will work with the 3pk but doesnt state anything about the poor fitment. The actual quality of the module and receiver is actually pretty good. Definitely worth the money but would be nice if it worked with all the products promised. A for the value, F for the item description.
I am very happy with this combo. I installed the TX module at T7UAF radio easily with no issues. Testing the range of the system I saw it is far away we usually need. See my video flying inside the clouds in a rainy day, the signal stayed strong with no glitches, just giving me some eventual "beep" when the plane was completely hide into the clouds with no visual contact.
Type your review here. Hi All I am giving this module and reciever a four star rating based on my experience with it.
It appears to perform as advertised in flight performance, having the module beep when the singnal strength goes down is a good feature if you act on its warning. Binding was easy and the instructions easy to follow. The reason for losing one star is the module doesn't fit well and needs to be checked carefully to ensure both clips engage and to use non telemetry recievers you need to flick a tiny switch on the module every time you go between the two types, this is a hassle to remember and I doubt this switch would last long if used often.
I hope that will be more variety in telemetry recievers soon and that Hobby King sell add ons like variometer and battery voltage indicators.
Try to include as much data as possible.
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Got this combo week ago. Haven't done flight test yet, but on table everything seems to work great!
D8R V2 receiver is new hardware, not only new firmware. Biggest differences are with telemetry. AD1 is now connected internally to Rx voltage, so there's only 6-pin connector on the side of the rx. Labeling for those pins is NOT correct, there's for example no 5V unregulated output see more from here:
Lo unico que no me gusta es que hay que cambiar el pequeo switch del modulo si quieres usar los RX con telemetria o sin telemetria. por todo lo demas se ve bien hasta el momento.. solo he volado 2 dias pero todo bien.
Looks good, telemetry is the largest advantage, but bothers me Latency 22 ms, believe it will work fine on my Futaba 9TS will buy one to try.
good product,very easy to install it on the radio. Installed on an Hitec Eclipse 7, it works great. homewer you'll have to reverse the position of the antenna plug,but it's very easy.
Bon produit,facile à mettre ne place,je l'utilise sans problème sur une Eclipse 7 de chez Hitec. la seul manip à faire au préalable est de changer de sens à la prise d'antenne,le trou est déjà fait de l'autre côté,facile et rapide.j'attends les modules télémétriques avec impatience.
fantastic! this rc system is the most complete i've seen so far. very well engineered, simple, highly effective and certified! you can find scans of various certificates of conformity on the frSky home page at www*frsky-rc*com / certificate*asp i have installed the DFT tx module in my mpx mc3010 transmitter. the r8d receiver consumes 90ma @ 5v, due to its two way capability. ground range in test mode (1/30th power) is an outstanding 250m on flat ground, which indicates a 7,5km full power ground range! you can double this in mid-air. so, i am confident to enjoy a reliable link up to 1,5km under any possible condition, which is an absolut requirement for larger thermalling models (wing span 4m )! i highly appreciate the telemetry features, that are already very useful without additional hardware. the tx module gives an audible link quality alarm, receiver voltage alarm, user defined voltage alarm and there is a transparent downstream data port. the data protocol is open and all functions are quite well documented on the included cd. alarm thresholds and 4 buzzing styles can be programmed using an included very simple pc application program using a standard com port (hope you still got one). it can also monitor your user data downtream. last but not least, you can still use the v8 series receivers (one way), which is great for smaller models. these consume just 30ma @ 5v. serv
equipÃ© sur optique six aucun probleme juste un demontage du boitier pour metre l antenne vers le haut et ne pas oublier de ce metre en ppm et tout va pour le mieux fini les top radio du 41mhz et a un prix imbatable,de plus les recepteur v8r4 et v8fr son compatible en coupant la telemetrie sur le module. parfait merci hobby king je prevois une commande de 6 nouveau module en 4 voie pour l indoor
I have a FrSky Module with telemetry and one without for my Futaba FF9. Both are working fine with the matching receiver. I tried also using the telemetry module with the receiver without telemetry. Binding was o.k. (you have to change a switch position on the module in order to use), range test was o.k., took off and after approx. 200 m plane crashed, no control, total loss. Tested today telemetry module with regular receiver using my car. Range test o.k. drove 300 m, lost signal. Did the same with telemetry module and telemetry receiver could drive more than 1 km without loosing signal. Anyone an idea what happened?
Juan Carlos 4/04/2011
Manual en español (castellano), el manual lo tenéis traducido en la página de club cierzo sección emisoras, apartado receptores, esperamos que sea de una gran ayuda para todos.
Perfect Price in the online!! BEST RADIO SYSTEM!!!
Not good yet. I have installed this unit in my Futaba 9C have reviewed the instructions several times. Step A - PPM mode. Step B - Turn Transmitter on holding F/S button with Both switches on, transmitter module switches are in off position, unit beeps with Red LED flashing ready to bind. Step C turn battery on for receiver holding F/S button on receiver, LED flashes, indicating binding completed.
Up until this point everything looks good. Then when I turn everything off and then on and all I get is a Red LED flashing with no green LED lit. Battery cable is hooked up to Ch. 8. Any suggestions? Thanks