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Old 04-05-2018, 06:09 AM
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What would be a suggestion for linking 2 recievers to achieve a futaba r6014hs 2.4. I can not find one to buy anywhere. I could get away with 12 channels.
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AFAIK, the R7008SB is the only receiver that can be used in pairs to create additional PWM channels. They should be available again soon when the Hobbico mess gets settled and Futaba establishes who their distributor will be. You could order them from Japan.
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https://hobbyking.com/en_us/corona-r...e-reciver.html

https://alofthobbies.com/frsky-tfr8s...-receiver.html
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Here's a much more practical way to get the number of channels you need from any Fasst/Fasstest receiver with an S.bus output.
Xtreme Power Systems
The X10+ provides 11 PWM outputs when used with a single S.bus receiver. The PWM outputs can be mapped up to channels 16. For Fasst, an R6303SB with Ch 1-3 on the receiver and CH4-14 on the X10+.
What this combo provides you when compared to the old R6014 And the newer 14 channel Fasst/Fasstest receiver is a high current input that is lacking with the 14 channel Futaba receivers./
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