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 (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: 3.5v~10v Power consumption: 50mA Resolution: 3072 Latency: 18ms (FS) 9ms (HS) Number of channels: 6 Range: 1.5km Dimensions: 42x22x11mm Weight: 7.1g
Included; 1 x 6-channel receiver D6FR
Compatible with FrSky 2 way telemetry modules: DFT, DJY, DHT, DHT-U
Cheers for the answers , i've figured it out now I have a DJT module and am running in v8 mode I don't want to be switching from one to the other on the module, would it be ok to run in telemetry all the time?
Hi Mark, The newer FrSky Rxs will operate off of Tx modules in telemetry mode, but your older V8 Rxs will need the Tx module to be in V8 mode, so you will have to switch back and forth if you buy this Rx. Cheers, EA!
ok dumb question on binding.
Manual saying to turn on receiver while holding on to button ok. but wher do i put the batttery? i have 7.4 do i have to set it up with esc motor servos? can i just plug a 7.4 and a servo?
also what is the difference btwn the fasst and acsst?
ok i hooked up motorto esc then to reciever on channel 3. then turn on transmitter while holding the button down for 5 secs then it blinks red.
then held button down on receiver then plug batter in. i see nothing happening still not binding.
Hi Bluesteel, This is a telemetry RX, so bind as follows: 1) Both little switches on your Tx module to "Off" or toggle switch (on newer Tx modules) to telemetry position. 2) Turn TX on while pushing the bind button on the Tx module. Release the bind button. (I think you'll hear a slow beeping from the Tx indicating it's in bind mode.) 3) Push/hold the little bind button on Rx down with one hand and plug power (via ESC lead to Rx) in to Rx. (It can be awkward to find/push/hold the little button thru the tiny hole in the plastic case. If necessary, slide the Rx guts out of the case so you can clearly see/access the button and put it back together after you've bound the Rx.) 4) Release the bind button on Rx, turn off both Tx and Rx, and turn them back on normally. They should be bound. Cheers, EA!
Hi Bluesteel, The problem had got to be in how you're pushing (or not) the button on the Rx. If not, you got a bad Rx which would be surprising given that FrSky's quality control had been flawless on all my gear from them. Cheers, EA!
Hi James, You can use any servos with Futaba/JR plugs the same way you would use your Futaba RX. This is my favorite Rx in the FrSky line. Cheap. tough, and rock solid performance. I own 5 of them and have never had a problem except for the one I flew into the salt water canal behind our house ... ooops! Cheers, EA!
Yes Tomfrog, you can connect FSH-01 and FLVS-01 with this receiver. I have done it. Check if you have the latest firmware for the hub. Personnally, I had a small problem of Ground loop: False voltage errors reported by telemetry. Opening one of the two ground connections solved the problem. Rgrds.
I have installed a DHT DIY to my Turnigy 9X and used it for range test with this D6FR. I could only get max 15 meters away before losing signals. According to the instruction, it should be 1/30 of the affective range, at around 50m. I am not sure if the problem is on Rx or Tx. I also did range test with 2 D8R-II Plus but got similar result. Can anyone help?
Hi Claus, I assume you're talking about the FF-1 combo pack, which is a DFT Tx module bundles with a V8FR-II receiver. I use that Tx module with several of these RXs and have had no problems. There are 2 little slide switches on the DFT module that change the transmitting mode from V8 to telemetry mode. You need to have them both in the "OFF" position to use this Rx, as it is a telemetry Rx. Cheers, EA
Hi Cid156, It's a full range receiver that's just as good as the D8R. I don't know why they spec 1.5km, but assume it's rock solid out to that range and probably well beyond that. I've used these in at least 6 different planes and have never had a single twitch of signal loss. Thrash 'em, crash 'em, absolutely no problems. Cheers!
These will only recognize 2.4GHz signals from FrSky ACCST Tx modules. The only FPV use for them would be using 1 of the 6 available channels for controlling the position/direction of FPV camera via a servo. Cheers!
yes, you can but is not recommendable. You can use different channel for FPV and Rx D6FR but is not recommendable because you will have interference. Better you use 900mhz, 1,3ghz or 5,8ghz for fpv system.
sorry, it won't! 2,4ghz systems are commonly not interoperatable. in the meantime there are some few clones beeing compatible with futaba fasst and $pektrum dsm2, but this is the exception, not a rule. may be confusing, i know.
You can only use this Rx if you have a 2-way (telemetry capable) FrSky transmitter module. The 2-way Tx modules will work with both the 1-way (V8 series) and 2-way receivers, but the 1-way Tx modules won't work with the 2-way receivers. Cheers!
if your tranmitter module is V8 series you can not. with DHT, DJT or DYT, you can. these modules have a compatibility switch that must be set correctly in order to use a V8 series rx. the description in the manual is quite helpful on this.
This Rx is great for park flyers, as it's only 7g vs. 12g for the 8ch model. The plastic case is flexible, but stiff enough stick velcro on it for mounting the receiver. I have several of these Rx's, and they're virtually bullet-proof. Glitch-free operation and 2 of mine have survived full throttle crashes in perfect working order. The dual antenna leads gives incredible range. Cheers, Steve
On Frsky website it states that this reciever will work with jr type module DJT, but in the description here it doesn't say it is compatible. Does anyone know if this 6 channel telemetry reciever is compatible with DJT module?
Hallo Frank, ich habe eine MC18 mit demFR SKY V(JT Modul.Der Sender ist immer auf PPM eingestellt.Den Knopf am Modul gedrü*ckt halten, dann den Sender einschalten bis die rote LED blinkt.Nun den Knopf am Empfä*nger gedrü*ckt halten und dann den Akku anschließ*en.Nun sollte auch hier irgendwann die rote LED blinken.Tut sie aber nicht.Wie gesagt, bei den anderen empfä*ngern gibt es keine Probleme.Oder muß* man anders vorgehen weil er telemetrie hat?Was meinst du mit D? Gruß* Thomas
Hi,hat hier jemand vielleicht die selben probleme mit dem D6FR empfä*nger wie ich. Habe 2 stü*ck gekauft, und bei beiden bekomme ich das binding nicht hin. Bei allen anderen empfä*ngern von FR Sky die ich habe, gab es keine probleme.
Hi, has anyone here perhaps the same problem with the recipient D6FR like me. I bought two pieces, and with both I get the non-binding way. For all other recipients of the FR I've Sky, there were no problems.
Kann es sein, dass Dein Sendemodul noch die alte Software hat? Die ist nicht kompatibel mit der neuen (V2). AFAIK hat Frsky das mal umgestellt.
Dann musst du alle alten Sendermodule und Empfänger updaten.
The RX specs for operating voltage are 3.5V-10V, but your Turnigy 40A ESC should have a built-in BEC that outputs 5V to the RX via the 3-wire plug. Just use that to power the reveiver unless you're running huge servos that will draw more than 2A total. Cheers, Steve
If you are using 3s or 4s even 4 servos may draw large enough currents to brownout any receiver. Check specs on ESC to be safe. Also ensure that all servos are not binding at extreme travel cause that will draw large current as well. Best to use a ubec if your fuselage has space. So far FrSky rx has given me no problems.
Both the 6 and 8 channel receivers have an internal 4:1 divider on the receiver supply voltage. The internal circuitry works on 3.3v. So fullscale reading of 256 is 13.2v. The max value is 255 so slightly under 13.2v. For A2 there is no divider on either receiver. They take 0-3v3 input. I use a divider of 68k and 10k to ground so the full scale becomes a reading of 255 for 25.5v. Hence much easier to interpret the readings and set alarms.
No , it is not compatible with the 1 way (normal) modules . It only works with the 2 way (telemetry) modules.
But if you have a 2 way tx module you can use both normal and telemetry rx by only fliping a switch in the back of the tx module.
Need traduction to chinese allso ? *-)
I forgot to say that this rx is about the same size of the V8R7-SP and the V8R7 non telemetry receivers so they will work with a normal frsky tx module. V8R7 has pins pointing up that is a pity for me because I fly mainly gliders where it is some times necesary to fit them in small slender places.
Sorry, I don't speak Spanish, but I assume you are asking if it is compatible with the $pektrum 2.4Ghz radios. It is not. This is only compatible with FrSky's transmitter modules. HobbyKing does have OrangeRX receivers that are compatible with $pektrum (which is labeled DSM2).
Lo sentimos, no hablo español, pero supongo que se preguntan si es compatible con el $pektrum 2.4GHz radios. No lo es. Esto sólo es compatible con los módulos de transmisor de FrSky. Hobbyking tiene OrangeRX receptores que son compatibles con $pektrum (que es DSM2 etiqueta). Buena suerte, Curtis
Thanks GOOGL! :-)
Was a copy/paste of "Sorry I only wanted to help a fellow countryman" traduced to Chinese(simplified) by Google.
Would have shown correctly if HK would tag correctly their html to set as utf-8 ch****t. :-)
I am currently doing FPV with one of the FRSKY V8 systems. I use PPM out for OSD control of all the Rec channels. I am looking for an RSSI output to my OSD. Does this rec allow PPM and RSSI output to an OSD unit?
I do not want the 2 way telemetry to my TX as the data is displayed on my OSD.
After buying two of these receivers I have found that the specifications listed in the manual are not correct for the analog inputs. The manual states a 1:1 ratio for the AD2 input but it actually has a 6:1 divider hardwired internally. This means existing accessories like the FrSky voltage monitor cable or Flytron display will give different readings with the D6FR compared to the original D8R 8 channel version.
It is possible to work around these differences but it means the D6FR can not be considered a direct replacement for the D8R for smaller aircraft. Apart from this issue, it still represents a great value receiver capable of sending telemetry data back to the ground.
One final point: note that unlike the D8R 8 channel version this D6FR has no serial data link for telemetry and is also not firmware upgradeable by the customer.