DSM2 DSMX Transmitter Module Super Mini 0.8g SP800 2.4G 8CH SBUS


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Super Mini 0.8g SP800 2.4G 8CH SBUS/CPPM Receiver Compatible with DSM2 DSMX Transmitter Module • Compatible with DSM2, DSMX Transmitter
• Small and light weight
• Suit for indoor FPV quadcopter from 80mm-110mm like horizonhobby inductrix
Bind with Transmitter:
Binding to SBUS/PPM code: Default in Sbus mode
1. SBUS mode: Turn off your transmitter , power on the receiver, about 6 seconds later, when the LED on the receiver flash rapidly , the receiver is ready for binding,then turn on the transmitter,,then enter the binding mode,the led on the receiver will be light on ,
2. Convert CPPM mode:turn off the transmitter, power up the receiver , wait for 30 seconds, turn on the transmitter ,now the receiver is ready for binding, after the receiver is bound to the transmitter ,the led on the receiver will flash 1 time each 10 second .
LED instructions:
High-speed LED flashing, means ready for binding
LED out, means no signal.
LED on ,everything is fine and is in SBUS mode.
LEDs on: about 10 seconds flash one time , means it is in PPM mode and works fine .
Product Details
tem Name: SP800 Receiver
Model: SP800
Output: SBUS/CPPM
Number of channels: 8
Working voltage: 3.7-5.5V
Weight: 0.8g
Dimensions: 17x13x5mm
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 January, 2017.

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