FrSky RX6R

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damian3072
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FrSky RX6R

Post by damian3072 » Tue Dec 24, 2019 4:26 pm

Hello everyone, 2 days ago i got my first frsky RX6R receiver. I successfully connected it with my transmitter (FrSky x9 lite pro) with PWM signals. It worked. Than i wanted to connect it with Sbus signal and since then it bricked. When i connect it to 5v and ground it turns on for a second with solid blue and red, and than turns off, i am not able to connect. Even in instruction is no information about red and blue diode configuration. Im able to enter bind mode but my transmitter do not see it. I am able to upload software on it through my transmitter. I am not experienced in rc connections, and i do not know what is going on. Could you help me with my problem? If you solve it i will give you a gift <3


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Re: FrSky RX6R

Post by MikeB » Thu Dec 26, 2019 12:51 pm

What firmware have you flashed to the RX6R?

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Re: FrSky RX6R

Post by damian3072 » Sun Dec 29, 2019 9:56 am

All firmwares available on frsky site(eu and lbt too), always turns off, green light never turns on, i have opened the cardboard and nothing looks like burned here, smell is okay too. Do you have any ideas what could happen?

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Re: FrSky RX6R

Post by tonnie78 » Wed Feb 05, 2020 10:43 am

Could you share some more imfo, maybe a picture on how you connected?


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Re: FrSky RX6R

Post by JWM » Thu Feb 06, 2020 4:26 pm

Mine did this. Try putting the rx into bind mode first then turning on the tx and going into bind mode. No idea why this worked, I am not technically minded, but it did.


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