DasMikro 8 Channel Nano Receiver For Flysky. An ultra compact eight channel receiver compatible with Flysky Transmitters (AFHDS Protocol). Struggling for internal space in your micro? Planning a full interior? Or maybe you need electronics small enough to fit in a 1/87 nano build – look no further than this receiver. Not only do you get a tiny footprint, it offers more channels than you can probably hope to use, and is compatible with a wide range of Flysky’s affordable and well regarded transmitters.
In case you are unaware, The Flysky GT2B, GT3B and GT3C transmitters can be hacked with an open source firmware to unlock eight channels. Information on how to hack your transmitter can be found on YouTube.
Specifications: DasMikro 8 Channel Nano Receiver For Flysky
- Channels: 8ch
- Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
- Protocol: AFHDS
- Modulation: PWM
- Dimensions: L14 x W10 x H4mm
- Weight: 2g
- Binding: Auto-Bind
- Failsafe: Programmable failsafe positions (see below)
To keep required space to a minimum this receiver does not have header pins. You will need to solder to the pads on the PCB, adding your own plugs/sockets if required. Outputs are signal-only and power for servos and other components should be taken from the power-in +ve and -ve pads. Check the images in this listing for wiring details.
Compatible with the following Flysky transmitters:
There is no separate bind pin. The receiver has an “autobind” procedure just like with small quad-copters.
When switched on, the receiver tries to bind with transmitter for about three seconds (led is flashing). If the receiver finds a transmitter (must be also in bind mode) then it recognize the transmitter and binds to it. If it can’t find any transmitter in bind mode nearby, it falls back to a previously bound transmitter identifier and binds to that. This way, you save an extra pin and only need to bind once.
After a successful bind procedure, the LED on the board shows as follows:
- Good Reception: LED Constant On
- No Reception: LED Off
- Poor/Intermittent Reception: LED Random Flashing
Push the failsafe button the receiver will record 8 channels’ position as failsafe output.