FrSky 2.4G S.Port JR/Graupner Type 16ch Duplex Telemetry Module


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Features
- Two auto-detected modulations of PXX (mode selection, bind, model match, range check, fail safe, etc. on radio side) or CPPM.
- Three selectable modes of D8 (existing 8ch two-way), D16 (new 16ch two-way full duplex transmission) and LR12 (new 12ch one-way long range)
- Smart Port enabled, realizing two-way full duplex transmission.
- Detect the module antenna's working status and give sound warnings if the
module antenna is broken or does not have intact contact, etc. - Super lower latency (approx. 1/3 of current systems) and higher precision (transmitter's hardware and software support required, such as FrSky transmitters).
Product Details
-FrSky 2.4G S.Port JR/Graupner Type 16ch Duplex Telemetry Module
-Transmitter module specifications:
-Model: XJT
-Operating Voltage Range: 6.0V-15.0V
-Operating Current: 140mA @6V, 80mA @ 12V
-Output Power: ≤ 100mW
-Module Slot: JR/ Graupner type
-Modulations: PXX or CPPM (auto-detected)
-Modes: D8, D16 or LR12 (selectable)
-Telemetry interface: Smart Port, RS232 Serial Port
-Upgrade interface: Smart Port, RS232 Serial Port
FrSky 2.4G S.Port JR/Graupner Type 16ch Duplex Telemetry Module
FrSky 2.4G S.Port JR/Graupner Type 16ch Duplex Telemetry Module
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 September, 2013.

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