The Archer SR10 PRO are gyro-stabilized receivers with a built-in 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis accelerometer, they have 10 high-precision PWM channel outputs and features multiple flight modes and configuration methods. They support full-range signal strength with dual detachable antennas it guarantees optimal antenna-reception and maximum range. In addition to all this, the SR10 PRO can also be used as a redundancy receiver along with any other FrSky ACCESS capable receiver equipped with an SBUS port. The SR10 PRO 10-channel receivers’ noticeable features are its Anti-vibration performance and dual-battery ports for redundancy.
All of the Archer receivers are hyper-matched with the ACCESS protocol. They not only feature wireless firmware upgrades and increased range and telemetry performance, the SR10 Pro now supports more functions like configurable telemetry power, S.Port/F.Port/F.Port 2.0 switching and FLR output. Additional valuable features are under development to unlock the true potential of the ACCESS protocol.
ACCESS protocol with Over The Air (OTA)
Built-in 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis accelerometer sensor
Multiple flight modes and configuration methods (LUA & Freelink)
Supports signal redundancy (SBUS In)
Supports power redundancy (Dual battery ports)
Full control range with telemetry
S.Port / F.Port / F.Port 2.0
Anti-interference in spark-ignition
External battery / device voltage detection
Dimension: 48.5*33*17mm (L*W*H)
16/24 Configurable SBUS Channels
10 high-precision PWM Channels
Operating Voltage Range: 3.5 -10V
Operating Current: ＜60mA@5V
Control Range: Full range* with telemetry
(*Full Range: ＞2km, range may vary based on local conditions.)
Voltage Measurement Range via AIN2 (External device): 0-36V
Compatibility: All FrSky ACCESS transmitters
Free UK standard delivery for orders over £99*. (excludes certain items such as batteries)
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