This D4R-II is a full featured mini sized 4 channel receiver by FrSky.
What makes this receiver different the the D4FR? The D4R-II's data port allows you to connect a sensor hub so you can connect GPS, Variometer, temperature, RPM and all of the other great FrSky sensors. It also has 2 full length detachable antennas. All of this is available in a package just a little larger then the D4FR.
Compatible with FrSky two way telemetry modules: DFT, DJT, DHT, DHT-U
- Dimension: 40*22.5*6mm
- Weight: 5.8g / 5g (naked)
- Operating Voltage Range: 3.5V-10.0V
- Operating Current: 60mA
- Operating Range: Full Range (>1.5km)
- Resolution: 3072 (>11bit)
- Firmware upgradeable!
- 2 full length antennas (replaceable)
- One external analog telemetry port and one digital data-stream port (connect to Sensor Hub FSH-01)
- RSSI (PWM) and CPPM output - If CH3 and CH4 are connected by a jumper, CH1 will output CPPM for CH1~CH8, and CH2 will output RSSI (PWM)
- Lighter weight and physically smaller than D8R-II Plus & D6FR
- Alarm warning on low voltage, poor reception, etc.
Love it review by colten on 12/10/2016
Easy to bind good range and telemetry what more could you want!!!
awesome review by William on 11/30/2016
Great little receiver. i have about a dozen. Ive never once had a bind loss or issue with the connection to my taranis.
Antennas are cheap and easy to replace, which is great for mini quads when they get cut by the props.
The only thing lacking is Sbus.
Great receiver review by Jimmy on 11/21/2016
Can't go wrong with it!
Can't go wrong review by aaron on 1/26/2016
I've used this receiver on 3 builds now, a QAV250, 210 and a small little Diatone 150, can't go wrong with the telemetry and range this receiver paired with the Taranis offer.
Naze32+ Taranis X9D review by Garrett on 1/15/2015
This is a great product and you can get a total of 8 channels out of this box through PPM and it comes with telemetry included instead of having to purchase additional sensors like a lot of the new FrSky receivers. One thing I do reccomend is only using 6 channels on this guy. With using CPPM if you have 8 channels and them you have everything running maxed out ( full throttle and turn and etc.) You will get a loss of information due to the timing. So if you are going to do aggressive flying, keep it down to 6 channels, its its very minor casual flying where nothing is ever maxed, then don't worry and go to 8 channels.
PPM sum + Acro Naze32 = WIN review by Francisco on 5/14/2014
Works flawlessly with my 9XR/DJT and ppm sum to my acro naze32.
Works great with the PixHawk review by Louis on 4/29/2014
The CPPM output works great with the PixHawk which only excepts CPPM in. You actually get an 8 channel receiver out of this 4 channel box in this mode. It's even used by 3DR in their RTF builds.
Awesome PPM receiver! review by gwRChero on 1/15/2014
Works great with my 9XR/DJT set up. Small and lightweight, super simple flawless connection to my Naza M Lite controller. Cleans up the wire clutter. I will buy more.