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Furious FPV LR1000 Mini Receiver for Frsky

£22.19

Availability: Out of stock

SKU: FuriousFPV-LR1000-Mini-Receiver-for-Frsky

Availability: Out of stock

£22.19
This FuriousFPV Micro Receiver is a excellent addition to your FPV Racing!
Description

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Super light and ultra compact, the LR1000 receiver now allows you up to 1 Kilometre in range, thats half a mile!
The LR1000 doesn't just stop at range, it's packed with alot of features such as S-bus output without inverter, (8) channels of output, a 9th channel dedicated to RSSI, telemetry hub, and full compatibility with FrSky Taranis, Taranis Plus, & XJT Module.
Designed for ultra tight spaces with a keen eye on light weight, the LR1000 is the ultimate Rx solution that allows the freedom of flight without fear of Tx drop out. Simply put, you can push the boundaries of range with the full knowledge the LR1000 will be listening intently as you explore new worlds of FPV.

Features

  • 1kM Far Reaching Range
  • 1.4g Ultra Light Weight Layout
  • Incredibly Compact for Tight Installs
  • S-bus Compatibility w/ No FC Inverter Necessary
  • (8) Channels of Output w/ 9th Channel Dedicated to RSSI
  • Ultra Rapid 0.1s Telemetry Hub Update Rate
  • FrSky Compatible, Including Taranis, Taranis Plus & XJT Module

Configuration

Following, there’s some useful info for the setup and use of your Furious Mini RX.

1. Binding the receiver to the Frsky Taranis

  • In the Taranis, go to MODE SETUP (page 2) in the model configuration.
  • Go to Mode inside Internal RF and select D8.
  • Press and hold the receiver bind button and plug your battery in to turn the receiver on.
  • Release the button. A green LED lights up in the receiver.
  • Going back to the Taranis; we press BIND. The transmitter beeps, indicating it’s in bind mode.
  • Wait for the green LED on the receiver to turn off. The binding procedure has finished.
  • Exit the BIND mode in the Taranis.
  • Unplug the battery to turn off the receiver.

2. Binding the receiver to the XJT module

  • Using the dip switches of the XJT module, select the D8 mode. They shoud be in the following position: switch 1 = ON, switch 2 = OFF.
  • Press and hold the receiver bind button and plug your battery in to turn the receiver on.
  • Release the button. A green LED lights up in the receiver.
  • Press and hold the bind button and turn the transmitter on.
  • Release the button. A green light shoud blink in the module, indicating it’s in bind mode.
  • Wait for the green LED on the receiver to turn off. The binding procedure has finished.
  • Turn the transmitter off.
  • Unplug the battery to turn off the receiver.

3. Receiver Configuration in the Cleanflight configurator

  • n the PORTS PORTS tab, select the UART that corresponds to the receiver (usually UART3 in F3 flight controllers) and activate Serial RX.
  • Save by clicking on the Save and Reboot button.
  • In the CONFIGURATION tab, in the Receiver Mode section, select RX_SERIAL.
  • In the same tab, in the Serial Receiver Provider section, select SBUS.
  • Save by clicking on the Save and Reboot button.
  • Go to CLI and type the following commands:
  • set sbus_inversion = OFF
  • save
  • The FC will reboot, applying the change.
  • Go to the RECEIVER tab and make sure the receiver acts like it should.

4. Telemetry Configuration:

  • In the PORTSPORTS tab, select the UART that corresponds to the telemetry (usually UART2 in F3 flight controllers) and select FrSky in Telemetry. Leave the baudrate to AUTO.
  • Go to CLI, and type the following commands:
  • set telemetry_inversion = ON
  • save
  • The FC will reboot, applying the change.
  • Make sure you’re getting thetelemetry values in our Taranis correctly.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer FuriousFPV
Technical Specification N/A