Six conventional analogue or digital servos can be connected to outputs 1 to 6. To achieve even shorter response times, the pulse output for digital servos can be shortened to 6.3 ms (instead of 16 ms for analog servos) at the receiver.
Up to 18 programmable S.BUS servos or peripheral devices such as gyros, flybarless systems or speed controllers can be connected to the S.BUS output. Digital addressing means that each servo responds only to information which contains the correct servo address. No more tangled cables, one cable to the wing, on larger models one cable per wing and one cable to the tail. It could not be simpler. This cable-saving and therefore weight-saving procedure can of course also be achieved with previous analogue or digital standard servos. All that is required is a PWM adapter which converts the signal from S.BUS to PWM.
The R7006SB features antenna diversity and constantly checks the signal quality of both antenna inputs. This way, switching to the better input signal is done quickly and seamlessly.
S.BUS2 sensors can be connected via the S.BUS2 connector and up to 32 telemetry data sets can be transmitted. The telemetry transmitter integrated in the receiver transmits the telemetry data present at the S.BUS2 connection to the FASSTest transmitter, which displays, announces or audibly outputs the data on the display.
When the receiver is connected, the receiver battery voltage and the antenna signal strength are automatically transmitted.
NOTE: When using 7.4 V LiPo batteries as the receiver battery, the servos connected must also be designed for this voltage. The receiver has no internal voltage converter for the servo voltage!
- Frequency band: 2.4 GHz
- Transmission system: FASSTest / FASST
- Number of channels: 6 PWM / 18 S.BUS
- S.BUS output: S.BUS / S.BUS2
- voltage range: 3.7 to 8.4V
- Dimensions: 38,1 x 22,5 x 12,2mm
- weight: 8,5g