If you are working with radio-control equipment then you have must listen about transmitter range from the flysky company. flysky company have a range of remote control for a different need. this company is making remoted and receiver for drone, aircraft, plane, RC car etc. In this atrical we are going to discuss about the one of the best RC model of the flysky company which is Flysky FS-I6. This model comes with the two different receiver which is Flysky FSIA6 and Flysky FSIA6B.
The FS-i6 digital proportional radio control device operates in the global ISM band at a 2.4GHz frequency. It is suitable for use around the world. The transmitter uses AFHDS 2A technology (Automatic Frequency Hopping Digital System 2nd Generation), which makes communication between you and your drone safe and reduces power consumption. This transmitter is a popular choice among drone enthusiasts around the world due to its affordable price. The FLYSKY-FS-i6 transmitter/receiver has many options that allow you to customize your flight settings and fly with any type of drone, plane, helicopter, multicopter, or racing drone. You might be overwhelmed by all the buttons, joysticks, toggle switches, joysticks, and customization options available on this transmitter module if you're a beginner. This is precisely why we wrote this article.
These are the specifications for Transmitter FS-6.
Receiver FS-iA6B has the following specifications:
|RF range||2.4055 – 2.475 Hz|
|RF Power||Less than 20dBm|
|2.4G system||AFHDS 2A|
|ANT length||26mm*2(dual antenna)|
|Data acquisition port||Yes|
FS-i6 Transmitter Basic Details:
This transmitter has the advantage that it doesn't require a PC or laptop. The transmitter has one LCD display and can be set up by simply using the buttons. It can operate for up to 1500 m. Magnetic interference affects the range of transmitters. The transmitter's range will be affected by magnetic interference. A transmitter with a greater range will have more range if there is more magnetic interference.
We can say that the transmitter has a range of 1500 meters.
Trims: We use trims to stabilize the drone. These trims are adjusted when the drone becomes unstable during flight. These trims can be used for four channels. We can perform quicker trim adjustments by holding the trim in the desired position. When the trim position is in the middle, the transmitter will emit a louder tone.
VRA & VRB knobs: These knobs can be found at the top of your transmitter. These are auxiliary channels that can be used for attaching switches to additional channels to control parts such as the landing gear or headlight. The image below shows that the knobs are two. The knob on left is VRA, and the knob right VRB.
Bind key: We use a bind-key to bind the transmitter and receiver. The black-coloured binding key can be seen in the image below. This button can be found at the bottom left of the transmitter.
Switches: This transmitter has four switches. They are switch A (SWA), B (SWB), C (SWC), D (SWD), and C (SWB). A, B and D are two-mode switches, while C is a third mode switch. You can use any of the two-mode switches to perform the functions of channel 5 or 6. When using GPS in drones, switch C is used.
There are many other settings available like firmware update, PPM out setting, Throttle mix setting, servo frequency setting, speed-distance, failsafe alarm setting, etc. we will discuss all these options in a separate article.