PROFESSIONAL RADIO CONTROL
RECEIVER FOR FPV & UAV
LONG RANGE UP TO 200Km
RADIO CONTROL AND TELEMETRY
866-950Mhz, 433Mhz (Optional)
EVLOS, BVLOS and NLOS
Long range safe flights with telemetry and professional benefits.
Compatible with XLRS D1, D2, D3 and D4 systems.
Select the desired range and its licenses…
Professional Radio Control Receiver
Professional Receiver of long range for flights EVLOS, BVLOS and NLOS. 200Km or more depending on antennas and installation, with Mavlink telemetry and radio modem (Data Link) transparent of 38.4kb to 100kb.
Control 16 servos distributed between 8 PPM outputs and 1 SPPM configurable of 8 to 16 servos.
Last technology of radio of 5th generation of long range of DMD, -116dBm of sensitivity and 1000mW of power for telemetry.
The most powerful receiver and of greater range that will provide you distant flight with the security of a good radio link.
Professional Receiver Radio Control
Built-in advanced micer: The configuration of the mixes, activation of buttons and assignment of encoders are made in the receiver and not in the RC Transmitter as is usual in RC systems for amateurs, this translates into immediate improvements and reduction of errors since it doesn’t need to memorize nor select the model, there isn’t limit of models per transmitter and the controls are always adjusted and trimmed.
This incredible receiver is capable of using and mixing up to 48 buttons or switches, 4 joysticks, 4 encoders, 4 sliders, 8 microjoys equivalent to the inputs data of 2 transmitters, one for the pilot and one for the co-pilot or observer.
Note: Mixes in the receiver apply to the XLRS systems D2, D3 and D4. No to D1. In the D1 system, when operating with a standard RC transmitter, the mixes are done in the traditional way in the RC transmitter and not in the receiver.
8 multifunction outputs for servos, 1.5mSeg +- 500uSeg (100%) standard RC. Configurable up to +-1000uSeg (200%) to increase the servo offset if necessary.
SPPM 8-16 channels Serial PPM or CPPM output of servos, to connect the autopilot input and/or an RC channel expander (Converter 1 SPPM to 8 or 16 PPM channels).
Typical speed: 115.200b, 8, N, used to connect with the XOSD or similar and extension peripherals such as servo extenders, power output actuators and power servo controllers in large UAVs where the servos can be up to 6 meters or more of the receiver.
- Polarity inversion +5V.
- Servo output with current and voltage limitation.
- ESD (static discharges) in servo outputs, serial port and RCBus (communications).
Redundant receiver: 2nd receiver that will serve to increase the safety, quality and effective reach of the radio system. It will also expand the MIXer as it has independent mixes and control of 16 additional servos adding 32 servos in total. Remember that XLRS isn’t limited to traditional RC channels, the number of servos in the system isn’t limited, you can use 32, 64 or more servos if you need it.
Servo Extender: Extension to connect 16 additional servos with independent mixes. It connects to the RCBus and allows better extension and ordering of connections to groups of local servos in large UAVs.
Servo Controller: Connects to the RCBus (Option RS485) to extend the data connections of power servos in large UAVs with total safety, feeding them directly from the power system. It controls the local voltage of the servo, converts the high battery voltage (for example: 24V to 7V) to the power required by the servo, consumption control, servo test, etc.
RC Channel expander: It connects to the SPPM output (it can be in parallel with the SPPM input of the autopilot) and allows to economically expand the 16 servos of the receiver. They are standard and economic modules in the market.
SBUS connection: Connects to the SPPM output (can be in parallel with the SPPM input of the autopilot) to an SBUS converter. They are standard and economic modules in the market.
DMDStudio is the configuration and utilities software for all XLRS systems in Windows environment.
The same software is used for all XLRS devices. Once you learn how to configure or update a device, you can configure almost all devices, except for the differences of each device.
Update firmware of the device, accesing the BOOT tab (DS/SYS/BOOT).
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