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By Eric Warren on May 8, 2018
Will work just fine, can run sbus. I believe that fc can run sbus and if not the x8r can still do it. You don't need an X8R for that though; unless your just wanting strongest possible signal. Xm+ and x4r are smaller and without knowing more about your application I can't say for sure but may be better for you. I love… see more Will work just fine, can run sbus. I believe that fc can run sbus and if not the x8r can still do it. You don't need an X8R for that though; unless your just wanting strongest possible signal. Xm+ and x4r are smaller and without knowing more about your application I can't say for sure but may be better for you. I love the x8r for my hex and quad with gimbal and foldable legs. It's a great receiver and I highly recommend it but it's a bit overkill for a stock x220s. Great radio choice, you can't go wrong there. Should all work fine. They sell a BNF (bind and fly) wizard with frsky receiver already installed too (I think) I'm rambling so ill stop, hope that helps. see less
By Ace Godfrey on April 19, 2018
Yes it dose
By Paul A. on March 10, 2018
You have to put a jumper from 1&2 and jump 3&4 when binding, then channels 9 and above are PWM
By Richard on April 17, 2018
By Roger E. Jones on January 21, 2018
I went to YouTube, typed in frisky and I found how to bind, I still have to use youtube cause I forget, however, a beautiful radio. Any questions follow on youtube
By Roger E. Jones on January 15, 2018
Yes, as far as we've tested here in the shop, signal strength is actually a little bit better. You can test RSSI signal to confirm. Thanks
By Quadrelli on January 13, 2018
I don't know the dif of the two but the antennas are not bendable
By Devin Onofrietti on January 13, 2018
Buy the x4r-sb has same features and is a lot better I have purchased one of these and it failed and have yet to get a reply from them about it.
By Mirei Kobayashi on November 30, 2017
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December 10, 2018
January 20, 2018
It's a good receiver, the telemetry port is handy if you have a battery voltage monitor to send telemetry information to your radio. The one thing I don't like is the wire connection at the antenna ends is easily breakable. After moving the receiver between a couple different planes the wires are starting to break away from the antenna panels, so I have to treat them with kid gloves. Just be careful not to put much stress on that location, or perhaps add a drop of hot glue there to take some of the strain off.
February 24, 2018
January 19, 2018
I am very impressed with the quality and functions. Binding is a snap. I have my voltage sensor and GPS module plugged in. And it transmits a great signal. You can do lots of things on Quad copters. If you fly FPV This will work a mile and a half away, I was told from a pilot today.. He flys a 90 mph racing quad! Now that's some Impressive preformance to me. I would give this a rating of 10 but they only allow 5. Happy Flying ! 🛩
August 16, 2017
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