FLYSKY FGR12B 2.4GHz 12CH Receiver PWM PPM Ibus for AFHDS3 TX


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The FGr12B receiver adopts Flysky's third-generation automatic frequency
hopping digital system (AFHDS 3).It uses a single-antenna bidirectional
transmission system and output PWM/PPM/ i-bus in signals.
It supports all AFHDS3 transmitter and RF modules.
Product Details
Product Model: FGr12B
Adaptive transmitter: all transmitter supporting AFHDS3 (PL18, NB4,
NB4 Lite, etc.)
Model Type: Car/Boat ect.
PWM Channels: 11(Version 2.0 will be upgraded to 12channels))
RF: 2.4GHz
2.4G Protocol: AFHDS 3
Antenna: Single Antenna
Input Power: 3.5-9V
Data Output: PWMPPMi-bus in
Temperature Range: -10℃—+60℃
Humidity Limit: 20%-95%
Online Update: Yes
Dimensions: 37*25*17.5mm
Weight: 11.2g
Certification: CE,FCC ID:N4ZFGR12B
FS-FGR12B
FLYSKY FGR12B 2.4GHz 12CH Receiver PWM PPM Ibus for AFHDS3 Transmitters PL18/ NB4 /NB4 Lite
FLYSKY FGR12B 2.4GHz 12CH Receiver PWM PPM Ibus for AFHDS3 Transmitters PL18/ NB4 /NB4 Lite
FLYSKY FGR12B 2.4GHz 12CH Receiver PWM PPM Ibus for AFHDS3 Transmitters PL18/ NB4 /NB4 Lite
FLYSKY FGR12B 2.4GHz 12CH Receiver PWM PPM Ibus for AFHDS3 Transmitters PL18/ NB4 /NB4 Lite
FLYSKY FGR12B 2.4GHz 12CH Receiver PWM PPM Ibus for AFHDS3 Transmitters PL18/ NB4 /NB4 Lite
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 27 October, 2021.

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