The FrSky Wireless USB Dongle allows you to connect your FrSky transmitter with a PC or Mac computer to use a flight simulator. Just install the pre-loaded HID driver to your PC (Mac users will need to download the correct HID drivers) and then bind your transmitter to it like you would do with a new RC model.
Please select between EU LBT / NON EU versions as required.
The FrSky X-Lite Radio comes with an internal antenna that performs rather well, however, there is an option for an external antenna if you want to increase your range even further.
This is antenna was made specifically for the X-Lite and is T-shaped to give excellent even coverage.
Note: To prevent burning out your board, make sure to have your antenna properly connected before changing your X-Lite from the internal to an external antenna.
The S6R receiver from FrSky is designed for use in RC airplanes. It's works as a traditional 6 Channel PWM Rx, but it also has a built-in 3 axis gyro and a 3 axis accelerometer sensor module. With the built-in sensors the S6R will compensate for outside forces on the aircraft and will enhance the stability of your model making it easier and smoother to fly. The S6R supports automatic leveling, hover and knife-edge for conventional models and automatic leveling for Delta wings and V-tail. These model types can be enabled via S6R.Config or S6R.lua PC software.
Here we have the new RX series of PWM FrSky receivers. The RX4R / RX6R is a standalone receiver with all the functions of X4R / X6R, but now in a much smaller package. Performance is also better in comparison to the original X series receivers. The RX4R / RX6R has 4 / 6 PWM outputs with high precision and low latency. The PWM output latency is 9ms less than that of the X4R / X6R in high speed mode. The new receivers also supports the FrSky redundancy function, this means you can add another receiver as a back-up in case the first one fails or double the number of channels.
Until recently if you were in the market for a long range remote control system the TBS Crossfire was your only real option. However, FrSky have now bought out a competing package, the R9. Like the Crossfire system, the R9 setup broadcasts at a much lower frequency than typical RC, operating at around 900MHz as opposed to traditional 2.4GHz. This lower frequency enables better signal penetration and much greater range.
The MPM Lite is a 2.4G transmitter module which matches with FrSky newly released radio Taranis X-Lite to control many different receivers, including many popular helicopters, planes, quad-copters and mini quads. It supports different protocol based on 4 most common RF chips.
FrSky needed a small Long Range Rx to compete with Team BlackSheep's Crossfire Nano Rx and now they have it, the R9 Mini. The R9 Mini is actually even smaller than the TBS Nano, measuring just 16×10mm and weighing only 1.1 grams. Despite its vanishing size, it still has the same features as the rest of the R9 range; super low latency and a redundancy function to ensure your aircrafts safety. It has an IPEX antenna connector so that damaged aerials can be replaced easily. This is the EU version, which is designed for operation on 868MHz.
The FrSky R9 Slim+ receiver is the updated version of R9 Slim, with optimized performance and 2 detachable antennas. The R9 Slim+ has all the features of the R9 Slim, but now with the flexibility to work with more external devices by incorporating inverted SBUS and S.Port outputs. Lastly, the R9 slim+ also includes redundancy functionality that ensures the safety of your aircraft.