FrSky S6R 6-Channel Receiver with 3-Axis Gyro and Smart Port Telemetry
S6R 6-Channel Receiver with 3-Axis Gyro and Smart Port Telemetry from FrSky - FRS3021901
FrSky has combined the popular FrSky receiver technology with a super stable 3-axis system for fixed wing aircraft. The S6R is based on the STM32 platform, with both receiver and flight control functions. The S6R includes a three-axis gyroscope and three-axis accelerometer sensor module, with settings that are programmable via FrSky radios or the PC configuration tool (with FrSky STK). Besides six-channel receiver function, the S6R also has stability augmentation, automatic level, crane, sideward flight, and shutdown functions of conventional airfoils. Delta wing (flying wing) and V-tail models only support stability augmentation, automatic level and shutdown functions.
- Built-in 3-axis gyro and 3-axis accelerometer sensor module
- Has RSSI PWM output (0~3.3V) onboard
- Built-in battery voltage sensor
- Smart Port enabled
- FrSky S6R 6-Channel Receiver with 3-Axis Gyro and Smart Port Telemetry
- FrSky 2.4GHz Transmitter - Select a minimum 6 channel FrSky radio from our Radio Collection
Number of Channels
Modulation / Protocol
|Dimensions (L x W x H)|
47.42 x 23.84 x 14.7mm
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Very good - Once gone over the ****
Great receivers, stability is like the SAFE, and saves airplanes. Nice to be able to set it up with the Taranis X9D lua script. Works great, great range. Only caveat is it took me a while to be on top of its functionalities and programming.
Good product works great....
I love these things now that the latest firmware supports quick mode
These have a really good gyro algorithm and with simple mode, plus opentx/lua scripts it's nice and easy to configure them. That being said, this sort of firmware upgrading plus configuration is probably not what an old-timer with no computer skills will enjoy at first (I happen to be an electronics engineer with 30 years of experience messing with things like this). I did notice that MotionRC now warns you about this on their web site, which is the right thing to do.
I installed this in my P-51, and it flies like a trainer on rails. I'm hooked and have found my go to reciever. The only grips I have is the fact they aren't sold up to date on the firm wear, and the instructions ****! I can only get the stabilization mode to work, and none of the others which is fine with me because that was all I was interested in. I believe it's because the firm wear needs updated. These are great, but if your not computer savvy look elsewhere. or be prepared to do a lot of internet searching.
This receiver works well and can be programmed directly from the Horus X10 without the need of the programming stick. There are available low cost sensors. The product description states it has a built in battery voltage sensor. While true, this sensor will only report receiver voltage. If you are powering your receiver from a BEC, it will always report 5 volts. If you want real reports of battery and cell status, you would need the suggested MLVSS sensor to connect to the S Port. To use its auto leveling and recovery modes, you have to perform a one time self check with the model in a flying attitude (on the ground of course) . Instructions are provided, but follow them exactly. If you fail, for example, to move the sticks to their limits at the end of the self check before removing power, you will find that you get absolutely no control responses from any stick movement. There is no reason to fear using this receiver, even as a newbie, as there are very good web tutorials covering the subject of its configuration.
s6r receiver with gyro
works well easy to set up..
Still in the box - but.....
I have not had a chance to try this rx yet but I have friends who have. They are liking it although there is more a learning curve than with some other brands.
s6r test plane
I reloaded the 6SR with simple mode Placed it into my fuel Kaos because its a known good flyer. After trimming the Kaos flew steady as a rock. I just needed to tone down the gain a bit. The throttle linkage on the Kaos works back words so you must remember to have the throttle all the way open for calibration to work. Its no problem because this is done before the engine is started. Electrics will work normally.
The gyro in these receivers are great! I have 2 of these, and when it's on the planes fly point and shoot. I've never had an issue with them.