A top of the range 16 Channel X6R receiver from FrSky! (6 normal PWM outputs and all 16 channels on the dedicated S.BUS output)
While the X6R is no bigger than most other 6 channel receivers, it has much more capability. The Smart Port supports the full range of hub-less sensors as well as the older hub analog sensors and the A2 port on the bottom allows you to connect an FBVS-01 battey voltage sensor for basic external voltage monitoring by pulling the jumper out if you prefer that to the integrated telemetry.
Six standard servo outputs are by the X6R and you can access all 16 channels by using the S.BUS line with S.BUS supported servos or use a FrSky S.BUS Decoder for the full 16 channels.
The X6R is also backward compatible! In D8 mode it works with the DHT, DJT, DFT and DHT-U transmitter modules. In this mode you only have access to 8 channels but you still get to use the new Smart Port and digital sensors!
This is the perfect receiver for the FrSky X9D Taranis, with its built in XJT Module or any of the D8 systems to take advantage of the new digital Smart Port sensors.
• Solid RF link
• Inbuilt telemetry
• Up tp 16 channels supported by S.BUS
• Smart port enabled
• Upgradable firmware
Dimension: 47mm x 24mm x 15mm
Operating Voltage Range: 4~10.0V
Operating Current: 100mA @ 5V
Operating Range: >1.5km (Full Range)
RSSI output: analog voltage output (0~3.3V)
All 16 channels requires the FrSky X9D Taranis, or the XJT module.
For 8 channels in D8 Mode you can use the FrSky X9D Taranis or XJT, DJT, DFT, DHT and DHT-U modules
Great receiver, slightly smaller than the 8 ch version and more than enough channels for most models. Easily gets 1km range with good signal strength. Has the advantage of being able to take Smart Port sensors such as the GPSThis is a fantastic low cost telemetry receiver and the smart port is great. So easy to piggy back sensors and has been very reliable.
Great value.If you want to use the smart port for you telemetry use and sacrificing the two channel included in 8xr, I recommend you to buy this. It is more cheaper than 8xr without 2 additional pins. Usually even retractable plane only use 6 channel.I bought two receivers of type x6r and one x8r, the receivers of 6 channels I accept it without PCB antennas, instead I got a coaxial antenna wire which is peeled edge. I am very disappointed that, if I know in advance I would invite all three receivers 8 channels (x8r). Unfair not to note it on the site (especially when in the image hiding the antenna tip)Another great receiver from FrSky. Perfect for planes that need upto 6 discrete channels. Expandable further by use of Sbus.I have a few of these and they always work. Decent range, aside from behind metal buildings. I have found them decently resistant to interference.Guter Empfnger und einfach auf EU software zum flashen