Radio receivers

FrSky X4R-SB

Post added on July 22, 2019

FrSky X4R-SB

The names says it all, this an X4R-SB S-BUS and CPPM receiver with no servo pins soldered on. This saves weight and makes the receiver more compact. You will need to do some soldering to use this receiver.

FrSky Has developed new firmware for the X4R-SB that allows it to run CPPM outputs by placing a jumper across signal pins 2 and 3 during binding.

The X4R-SB-CPPM receiver features 3 PWM outputs (normal servo) and 1 Sbus port that carries all 16 channels. Plus the Smart Port and a traditional A2 port are still located on the side port of the receiver. A FrSky FBVS can be connected to the A2 port for simple voltage monitoring.

Smaller than the X6R, but still packing 16 channels and the Smart Port that supports the new hubless digital sensors! Or, connect the new vario, and then connect the old hub to use existing analog sensors.

A common question is what can the SBus port do. First off, you can connect it to many flight controllers via a single connection, and now you have access to all 16 channels. Or, you can use something like the FrSky Sbus Decoder, this will allow you to add 4 normal servo outputs (pwm). You can also connect Sbus servos directly to the Sbus line. Just "Y" in as many SBus devices as you need.

Product type Radio receiver
Brand FrSky
Radio frequency (megahertz) 2400
Length (millimeter) 40.6
Width (millimeter) 23
Height (millimeter) 8
Voltage (volt) 4.8
Number of PWM channels 3 - 8 - 16
RF communication protocol ACCST
Radio receiver protocol PWM - CPPM - SBUS - F.Port - Smart Port
RF connector type U.FL
Number of RF antennas 2
Weight (gram) 3.6

Where to buy?

Store Price USA USD$22.49

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