Flysky FS-i6 Transmitter 2.4Ghz 6 channel

$59.99

The Flysky FS-i6 Transmitter is a go-to transmitter for RC plane and drone enthusiasts around the world because of its configurability and robust operation. It has an impressive list of features, it comes at a competitive price, and it’s popular with combat robotics builders. It is an excellent radio for robotics. Six channels lets you control all sorts of add-ons:  weapons, lifters, and more. The Flysky FS-i6 Transmitter is a digital proportional radio control system that operates on the global ISM band of 2.4GHz frequency, making it suitable for usage across the globe. The use of standard 2.4 GHz and AFHDS protocol make it compatible with most combat robotics systems.

There is both a knob and switch for both Channels 5 and 6. This allows you to set a motor speed or servo position, then switch it on to that preset position.  No crystals to buy, and no need to worry about other radios interfering with your robot.  

The LCD display and programming buttons allow the user to set up the transmitter without requiring a laptop and a connection to the transmitter. The FLysky FS-i6 has a dramatic number of options and capabilities, all configurable through the LCD display.

Includes a free ItGresa Robotics lanyard for holding the transmitter!

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$59.99

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Product Documents

Specifications

Channels: 6
RF Range: 2.408-2.475 GHz
Bandwidth: 500KHz
Band: 135
RF power: Less than 20 dBm
2.4G system: AFHDS 2A and AFHDS
Code Type: GFSK
Sensitivity: 1024
Low voltage warning: Less than 4.2V
DSC port: PS2; output: PPM
Charger port: No
Antenna Length: 26mm x 2 (dual antenna)
Weight: 392g
Power: 6V 1.5AA x 4
Display mode: Transflective STN positive type, 128*64 dot matrix VA73 x 39mm, white backlight
Size: 174 x 89 x 190mm
Online update: Yes
Color: Black
Certifications: CE, FCC

You can find a great guide to the FS-i6 here:

An English version of the Flysky FS-i6 user manual can be found here:

This radio is legal for all RFL Robot Combat events!  Upon loss of transmitter signal, the receiver outputs all hold in “off” state. Most new motor controllers (like our tinyESCs) interpret this as motor-off and therefore pass the failsafe requirements. Servos will hold their last position, so make sure that does not pose a hazard in some way.

This transmitter has three programmable mixes, endpoint adjustment, subtrims, servo reverse, dual rates, and throttle curves!

Comes with Mixing on Channel 1 & 2 for single-stick robot drive applications.  The FS-i6 uses an LCD display on the device for reprogramming channel variables and mixing.

 

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