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FrSky S-BUS to CPPM decoder

Original price R 293.00 - Original price R 293.00
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R 293.00
R 293.00 - R 293.00
Current price R 293.00

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Converts the SBUS signal into CPPM without the need for any soldering. Simply plug into your SBUS receiver port and your control servo and it will decode the SBUS signal to CPPM. A full instruction manual is included with the decoder for easy use.

Specs:
Weight: 4.1g
Dimensions: 250 x 13 x 5mm
Operating Voltage: 4-10V DC
Max Current: 700mA
Operating Temp Range: -10 ~ 80 (Degrees C)

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David Pratt
FrSKY SBUS to CPPM decoder setup with a FUTABA 14SG on an ImmersionRC VORTEX

Fantastic little unit and does exactly what the instruction manual says.
Please note: Soldering will be required when using this particular unit with an IMMERSIONRC VORTEX Race quad as the plug end fitted to the Vortex is a male servo plug. The servo plugs fitted to the decoder unit are both male plugs. You can either cut wires on the Vortex and on the decoder on the CPPM out side of the decoder and solder. OR cut wires shorter on the decoder CPPM out side and solder on a female plug from a servo extension lead. I opted for this route. The RX I used was a FUTABA SBUS R2008SB. Whilst you got your soldering iron out you may also want to tidy up/ shorten the other end of the wire that goes into your RX from the decoder.
Happy flying :)

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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David Pratt
FrSKY SBUS to CPPM decoder setup with a FUTABA 14SG on an ImmersionRC VORTEX

Fantastic little unit and does exactly what the instruction manual says.
Please note: Soldering will be required when using this particular unit with an IMMERSIONRC VORTEX Race quad as the plug end fitted to the Vortex is a male servo plug. The servo plugs fitted to the decoder unit are both male plugs. You can either cut wires on the Vortex and on the decoder on the CPPM out side of the decoder and solder. OR cut wires shorter on the decoder CPPM out side and solder on a female plug from a servo extension lead. I opted for this route. The RX I used was a FUTABA SBUS R2008SB. Whilst you got your soldering iron out you may also want to tidy up/ shorten the other end of the wire that goes into your RX from the decoder.
Happy flying :)