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RadioLink 2.4Ghz 9 Channel Sbus Receiver
DragonRC RadioLink 2.4Ghz 9 Channel DSSS & FHSS Sbus Receiver

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Our Price: $46.00

Stock Status:In Stock

Product Code: RL-R9DS


1) Channels: 9 channels: output 9 channels PWM signal, with red LED. 10 channels: output 10 channels signal, support SBUS and PWM signal output simultaneously, with blue LED.

2) Working voltage: 4.8-10V

3) Working current: 38-45mA(input voltage: 5V)

4) Size: 43*24*15 MM

5) Receiver integrate telemetry sensor including signal strength and voltage. Support extended engine voltage telemetry module PRM-01 and module PRM-02 can feedback GPS info, Speed, voltage etc. on display when work with flight controller APM or PIX.

6) 4096 section precision, 0.25us per section, servo anti-shake rudder.

7) MINI receiver, one cable if use SBUS signal.


Two signal working mode:

1. PWM signal output working mode:red LED indicates PWM signal output, 9 channels in total.

2. SBUS signal output working mode: blue/purple LED indicates SBUS signal output, 10 channels total. SBUS and PWM signal possible working at the same time with SBUS signal output working mode. CH9 output SBUS signal, the original CH1 to CH4 output CH7 to CH10 PWM signal at the same time.

How to set Rx to SBUS or PWM signal:

Short press the ID SET switch two times within 1 second, the signal is changed from normal PWM to SBUS. The red LED indicates the normal PWM and blue/purple LED indicates SBUS signal.

How to bind Rx to transmitter

1. Place the transmitter and the receiver close to each other within 1 meters.
2. Turn on the transmitter, then power on the R9DS.
3. There is a black button on the R9DS, depress the button twice in two seconds and release, receiver light start blinking, after about 8 blinks, binding successful and receiver LED always on!

Installation of receiver antenna:

1.The antenna must be kept as straight as possible. Otherwise it will reduce the effective range.

2.Large model aircraft some metal part may interfer with signal; in this case the antennas should be placed at both sides of the model to achieve the best RF signal at any flying attitude.

3.The antennas must be kept away from conductive materials, such as metal and carbon by at least a half inch. The coaxial part of the antennas does not need to follow these guidelines, but do not bend it in a small radius.

4.Keep the antennas away from the motor, ESC, and other noise sources as much as possible.

5.The receiver can be packed in sponge or foam for shock proofing when it is installed in the model.

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1 of 5 Sent wrong part July 31, 2018
Reviewer: Anthony Ivory  
Sent wrong party awaiting my refund!

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