For use with the Arkbird 433MHz 10 channel FHSS UHF module / repeater station. This receiver features failsafe protection and ID code matching. It is fully compatible with the Arkbird autopilot and OSD. It can be connected via the 3 wire plug and gives full 10 channel functionality by converting the existing Ch 1-4 into channels 7-10. This will also allow the Arkbird unit to control a camera gimbal with adjustable stability augmentation (Arkbird OSD firmware needs to be upgraded to v3.1020 or newer). This unit really is the easiest, most reliable and simple solution for long range FPV flight and because its made by Arkbird, you know it will work very well.
*Full and easy to follow installation instructions are available for download from the files tab.
• Advanced FHSS frequency hopping system
• No soldering required, just plugs into your model and transmitter
• 10 channel servo output
• Rapid 20ms radio link
• Compatible with Arkbird autopilot and OSD
• No programming knowledge needed, unit is plug and play
• Included all hardware and antennas needed for operation
• Failsafe protection
Dimensions: 44 x 26 x 10.5mm
Antenna Length: 155mm
Weight (Receiver with Antenna): 26g
Power Input: 2-3s (4-12v)
Peak Current: 120mA @ 5v
Range: Full Range
10 Channel UHF receiver and antenna
All necessary hardware
*Note: Check 433mhz frequency available in your region for RC operation.
I love my arkbird UHF system, and I needed a new Rx, to my pleasant surprise.....hobbyking got it to my house, in 3 days from hongkong. Still waiting on my stuff from the USA warehouse to arrive. Go figure....I have 3 of these. All work quite well and have had no issues using the Arkbird transmitter. Max range I have taken them is 7 km (ran out of video signal could go farther easily). No interference issues with other 433 transmitters noted so far. Small issue with Arkbird OSD and jittery servos with PPM&RSSI output, single wire connection but with normal servo connection and other makes of OSD there is no jitter. Transmitter has worked fine with PPM signal from Spektrum radio. Minor issue with needing to re-solder antenna to receiver board, as it had come apart.