The FS-i6X transmitter and FS-X6B receiver constitute a 2.4GHz AFHDS 2A digital proportional computerized RC system. This system offers superior protection against interference while maintaining lower power consumption and high reliable receiver sensitivity. It is specially developed for all radio control models.
Comes with both the transmitter and a receiver for simple pairing!
Adopt AFHDS 2A (Automatic Frequency Hopping Digital System Second Generation) technology. Offering superior protection against interference while maintaining lower power consumption and high reliable receiver sensitivity.
Receiving data from temperature, altitude and many other types of sensors, servo calibration and i-BUS support.
Multi-channel hopping frequency, hop between 16 channels (32 for Japanese and Korean version) to reduce interference from other transmitters.
Unique ID recognition system, each transmitter and receiver has its own unique ID to prevent interference.
Low power consumption, consuming as little as one tenth the power of a standard FM system, dramatically extending battery life.
FS-iA6B receiver compatible with FS-i6X, FS-i4, FS-i6, FS-X6B, FS-i10, FS-GT2E, FS-GT2G transmitter.
FS-i6X Transmitter Specifications:
Mode 2 – left hand stick throttle
Model type: Fixed-Wing/Glider/Helicopter
RF Range: 2.408-2.475GHz
RF power: <20dBm
RF Channel: 135
2.4GHz system: AFHDS 2A / AFHDS
Modulation type: GFSK
Stick resolution: 4096
Low voltage warning: <4.2V
DSC Port: PS/2 Port
Antenna Length: 26mm (Dual Antenna)
Weight: About 400g
Power: 4 * AA battery (not included)
Display: STN transflective display, LCD 128*64 lattice, VA 73*39mm, LCD with white backlight
Size: 190 * 174 * 89mm
On-Line Update: Yes
Certificate: CE0678, FCC ID: N4ZFLYSKYI6X
FS-X6B Receiver Specifications:
PWM signal port: GND, VCC. Outputs channels 1-6 PWM.
PPM signal port: Outputs standard PPM singal.
i-BUS signal port: Outputs i-BUS signal, up to 18 channel.
Voltage sensor port: External power sensor(1S-4S connector) +0 to +18V.
1. To prepare the transmitter for binding information refer to your tansmitter’s user manual
2. Power on the receiver while holding the bind button. If the receiver’s LED is flashing this means it has entered bind mode. After the successfully binding, the transmitter will automatically return to the previous menu. If binding is successful the receiver’s LED will stop flashing a remain solid.
3. Check if all the model and receiver work as expected. If anything does not work as expected, restart this procedure from the beginning.