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Binding two FrSky's receiver at a time #X8R #RX8R #L9R #RB-10 Redundancy bus ?

Binding two FrSky's receiver at a time #X8R #RX8R #L9R #RB-10 Redundancy bus ?

Old 01-31-2018, 12:11 AM
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Exclamation Binding two FrSky's receiver at a time #X8R #RX8R #L9R #RB-10 Redundancy bus ?


I would like to ask your suggestion in my RC model. In my design, I preplanned to use Horus-X12S and X8R, and then when it is necessary to obtain even longer range and using 2 receivers at a time. I have some confusion to finalize the model.

Lets Say, X8R and L9R. I was looking for possibilities of using two receivers at the same time. Since I got to know about Redundancy Bus (RB-10) or one with built-in redundancy receiver like RX8R. It might be possible with RX8R with another X-Series receiver but I don't see any additional benefit of using the combination of two X-Series receivers such as RX8R and X8R because both have the same operating range.

I agree that the L9R can provide better-operating range than X8R and RX8R. Therefore, I am thinking that. is there any possibilities of using (X8R and L9R) or (RX8R and L9R) with redundancy function.
I have no concern about using RB-10 (REDUNDANCY BUS MODULE) or built-in redundancy function receivers but I want to have one FrSky's X-Series receiver and longer range than X-Series receivers (such as L9R).
Is it possible ? I have this question because X8R/RX8r works in D16 mode but L9R works LR12 mode. Therefore I need to clarify this first.

Suppose L9R cannot be binded at a time with another receiver then, is there any other receiver has the same operating range as L9R?

Kindly provide me with your suggestion into that. Thank you.
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