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PostPosted: Sun 03. Dec 2017 13:34:50 
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Hi, I just get a spirit black edition and discover FRSKy open tx...
thank you for your great work and support of your product. :P


:? I am not sure how to make the wiring between spirit and the the frsky xsr receiver just for a normal connection with no integration ( may be later...)
I see your post for micro spirit
viewtopic.php?f=20&t=2254

Is it the same way? should i use sbus or cppm?
sbus or cppm, gnd and +5V to the rudder channel of the spirit?

Thanks to confirm... i dont want to make mistakes.


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PostPosted: Sun 03. Dec 2017 17:37:55 
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Hi,

you are welcome!

If you want to use SBUS, you will need the SBUS Adapter cable for the Spirit (black edition) and red version.
But it seems that this receiver also offer PPM output which should be at CPPM.

So you will need cable between CPPM and RUD. +5V should be in the middle (red wire) and GND (black) at the last position.
Then you have to select PPM as the receiver type.

If you have SBUS invertor, you can use SBUS instead of CPPM.

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PostPosted: Fri 16. Feb 2018 18:18:35 
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Hi Thomas

Can i use the S-BUS adapter to connect the XSR receiver to my Spirit Pro?


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PostPosted: Tue 20. Feb 2018 16:09:44 
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Hi
Spirit Pro does not need an S bus adapter and works with SBUS, too?

LG


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PostPosted: Tue 20. Feb 2018 16:39:50 
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Yes. No SBUS adapter required.

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PostPosted: Thu 22. Feb 2018 17:25:02 
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What is in the software to tune in Receiver, Futaba S-BUS?


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PostPosted: Thu 22. Feb 2018 17:50:51 
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Yes, with Futaba S-BUS it will work. But for XSR receiver you have to change output to SBUS, by default it is CPPM.

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PostPosted: Thu 22. Feb 2018 17:52:27 
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Ok thanks!


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PostPosted: Thu 22. Feb 2018 18:06:17 
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Hi Thomas
I think that only applies to the R-XSR. The standard XSR has an S-BUS output and a CPPM output. The operating instructions do not mention switching over with the XSR.


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