Radiolink R8EF, 2.4G 8 channels receiver, S-BUS , PPM and PWM signal support, for Radiolink transmitter T8FB.
Two Signal Modes:
- PWM signal output modeï¼šRed LED indicates PWM signal output, 8 channels in total.
- S-BUS&PPM signal output mode: Blue/purple LED indicates SBUS&PPM signal output, 8 channels in total. SBUS and PWM signal simultaneously with S-BUS&PPM signal output mode. CH1 output S-BUS signal, CH2 output PPM signal, CH3 to CH8 output PWM signal at the same time.
Selecting S-BUS&PPM and PWM Mode:
Quick press the ID SET switch two times within 1 second, the signal is changed from PWM to S-BUS&PPM. The red LED indicates the PWM and blue/purple indicates S-BUS&PPM.
- Put the transmitter and the receiver close to each other, within 1 meter.
- Turn on the transmitter, then power on the R8EF.
- There is a black button on the R8EF, press it twice in two seconds and release, the receiver light will start blinking, after approx 8 blinks binding is complete and signal LED is solid.
1.The antenna must be kept as straight as possible. Otherwise it will reduce the effective range.
2.Large model aircraft may of some metal part interfering signal; in this case the antennas should be placed at both sides of the model. Then the best RF signal condition is obtained at any flying attitude.
3.The antennas must be kept away from conductive materials, such as metal and carbon by at least a half inch. The coaxial part of the antennas does not need to follow these guidelines, but do not bend it in a small radius.
4.Keep the antennas away from the motor, ESC, and other noise sources as much as possible.
- Channels: 8
- Working voltage: 4.8-10V
- Working current: 30mAï¼ˆinput voltage: 5Vï¼‰
- Size: 48.5*21*11mm
- Weight: 7g
- 2048 section precision, 0.5us per section.
- Control distance: Approx 500m ground and 1000m air, actual control distance depends on the environment.
- Manufacturer: RadioLink
- Part Number: R8EF
Q: Which servo's are compatible with this Receiver, and how is it powered?
This is a standard receiver, so will take any servo currently on the market and it also operates with the standard receiver voltage of 4.8 to 10 volts. Hope this helps.