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Spektrum Transmitter For Sbus

Discussion in 'Transmitters & Receivers' started by Baz Gascoigne, Apr 17, 2020.

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  1. Baz Gascoigne

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    can you use dx6 transmitter for sbus i'm confused. i think it on certain ones is that wright
     


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    SBus is a Futaba receiver protocol, so it won’t work with a Spektrum transmitter
     
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    By the way, if you want a cheap transmitter that will work with almost any 2.4GHz receiver including Futaba, the Jumper T16 Pro Is fantastic. It is unique in having a built in 'multi-protocol' module which allows it to bind to most brands of receiver. It's a very capable radio, 16 channels and cost about £140 in the UK.

    Only real downside is the the OpenTx software it uses, although extremely flexible and powerful, does take some getting to grips with.
     
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