The SBD4 S.BUS Decoder allows you to use any standard analog or digital servos with your S.BUS compatible receiver. This eliminates the need for using pricey S.BUS specific servos allowing you to use your models existing servos.
Featuring 4 programmable channel outputs, you can independently assign each servo to a channel of your choice while only having to connect one input lead from your receiver. This makes your wiring much more tidy and allows for easy setting up of your servos without the need for running multiple extension leads.
This is a great device to use in conjunction with our Orange 7CH and 9CH S.BUS compatible receivers!
SBD4 S.BUS Decoder
Channel Outputs: 4 programmable
Channel Ouput Lead Lengths: 120mm
Overall Length: 255mm
funktioniert bestens mit futaba :) programierung mit der karte ist kinderleicht!
eine zeichenangabe wre hier auch ganz nett, damit man weiss, wieviel man schreiben muss :/Goedkoop alternatief, aanraderPlugged it into my Fr Sky X8R receiver using my Taranis TX and it's working fine on chs 9, 10, 11 & 12. Programer is very simple to use. Just remember to cycle to the next input after changing a channel so it will save the last change.This works perfectly with the Futaba R7008SB. You don't have to plug it into the rx to program it, just a 4.8v battery in the slot marked for the Sbus rx and then press the buttons. It actually gives the ability to program DG1 and DG2 channels plus the normal 16 which makes it better than the Futaba original!! Very impressed all round and the soldering is of a high standard so should be reliable.This decoder works fine, easy configuration and recognized by Futaba R7008SB or FrSky TFR8-SB, and my Futaba 14SG Tx
I am going to test it with Corona R6FA-SB as soon as i succeed to bing this Rx with my Futaba T14SG
Works perfect with Futaba receiver and even Hitec servos. Direct receiver connected Hitec servos can't find neutral position by power up, sometimes( On FutabaMultimode receivers). With this decoder I never reconized a problem.The SBD4 S-Bus decoder works fine with the latest digital servos. But don't try to connect it to old analog servos like the HS-81. Then you will set your airplane to fire!!!!
Programming with the Program Card works well if you program all 4 servos one after the other. So far the SBD4 didn't loose its programmed information but I check all rudders before each flight.