Flysky FS i6X FS I6X 2.4G RC Transmitter Controller 10/6CH iA10B or iA6B Receiver i6 upgrade For RC Helicopter Multi rotor drone-in Parts & Accessories from Toys & Hobbies

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Flysky FS-i6X FS I6X 10CH 2.4G RC Transmitter Controller with iA10B iA6B A8S X6B Receiver For RC Helicopter Multi-rotor drone Details & Specification :

Item Specifications
Brand Name FLY SKY
Material Composite Material
For Vehicle Type Airplanes
Tool Supplies Assembled class
Remote Control Peripherals/Devices Remote Controller
Use Vehicles & Remote Control Toys
Upgrade Parts/Accessories Transmitter
Four-wheel Drive Attributes Assemblage
Technical parameters Value 10
Model Number FS-i6X
RC Parts & Accs Transmitter

Flysky FS-i6X FS I6X 10CH 2.4G RC Transmitter Controller with iA10B iA6B A8S X6B Receiver For RC Helicopter Multi-rotor drone

FS-i6X Specifications:
Item: FS-i6X RC Transmitter
Channel: 6-10 (Default 6)
Model Type: Fixed-Wing/Glider/Helicopter
RF Range: 2.408-2.475GHz
RF Power: < 20dBm
RF Channel: 135
Bandwidth: 500KHz
2.4GHz System: AFHDS 2A / AFDHS
Modulation Type: GFSK
Stick Resolution 4096
Low Voltage Warning: < 4.2V
DSC port: PS/2 Port PPM
Chargeable: No
Antenna Length: 26mm (Dual Antenna)
Weight: 392g
Power: 6V DC 1.5AA*4
Display: STNTransflective Display, LCD 128x64 Lattice, VA 73x39mm, LCD with white backlight
Size: 174x89x190mm
Color: Black
Certificate: CE0678, FCC ID: N4ZFLYSKYI6X
Package include which group you choose from Color, and the Battery is not included.
Please Note:  
Mode 1-- Throttle stick on right
Mode 2-- Throttle stick on left
Receiver Input power :4.0-6 .5 V DC 
Main Difference between Receiver FS-iA10B and FS-iA6B: 
iA10B 10CH  PWM PPM i-Bus
iA6B      6CH PWM PPM i-Bus
FS-A8S Specifications:
Brand Name:Flysky    
Item Name:FS-A8S Receiver    
Channels: PPM 8CH, i-BUS 18CH
Model type: Multi-rotor    
Frequency range: 2.408-2.475GHz    
b and width: 500KHz    
b and number: 135    
RX Sensitivity: -92 dBm
2.4GHz system: AFHDS 2A    
Modulation type: GFSK
Transfer method: FHSS
Data output: 1.5mm*3 Pin  PPM/i-BUS/S.BUS    
Antenna length: 26mm (Not including brass contacts)    
Input power supply: 4.0-8.4V
Display method: LED
No ground interference ( Transmitting and receiving 1 m from the ground): >300m
Working current: 40mA
Each channel data: depend on the transmitter
Channel delay: <15mS
Size: 20*14*5.3mm    
Weight: 1.2g    
Certificate: CE0678, FCCID: N45ZA8S00
X6B i-BUS Specifications:    

Brand Name: Flysky
Item: X6B i-BUS Receiver    
Channels: 6(PWM), 8(PPM), 18(i-BUS)    
Model Type: Multi-Totor    
RF Range: 2.408-2.475 GHz
Brand Wigth: 500KHz
Number of bands: 135    
RF Power: No more than 20 dBm    
RX Sensitivity: -95dBm    
2.4GHz protocol: AFHDS 2A    
Modulation Type: GFSK
Stick resolution: 1024
Low voltage alarm: Yes
Antenna Length: 93mm (Dual Antenna)    
Power input: 4.0-8.4V    
On-line Update: Yes(Wireless)
Range: >300m    
Weight: 4.5g    
Size: 36*22*7.5mm    
i-BUS Port: Yes    
Certificate: CE0678, FCC ID: N4ZX6B00


FS-iA10B 10CH
FS-iA6B 6CH:
Binding Setup:
All receivers are bound to their respective transmitter at production time.  If you want to bind it with another transmitter,
please follow the steps below:
1. Install the battery in the transmitter, and turn on the power.
2. Open the main menu, and select "RX setup" function in the second page, then touch "Bind with a receiver" to enter bind mode.
3. Insert the standard bind cable into the power supply channel.
4. Connect the 6VDC power connector to any channel from CH1 to CH 6 with correct polarity to enter bind mode, The receiver
LED will flash at this time.
5. The transmitter will exit the bind mode automatically after having successfully bound with the transmitter.
6. Pull off the bind cable and restart the receiver. Please connect the servos and other telemetry modules to the receiver to check
if everything operates normally.
7. If anything is wrong, please repeat the above steps to bind again.
Notice: The bound transmitter and receiver will work abnormally if the transmitter or the receiver enters the binding state
by mistake. In other words, the receiver cannot be controlled by the transmitter. If so, you need to restart the transmitter
and the receiver.bind