The Fs-X14S is a dual antenna receiver using the AFHDS 2A protocol. It's compact, easy to install and can output using a standard PPM or S BUs signal.
Brand Name: FlySky
Item Name: FS-X14S
Model Type: Racing Drone
Data Output: PPM/S.BUS
Frequency Range: 2.408-2. 475GHz
RF Standard: AFHDS 2A
Channel Latency: <20ms
Antenna: Double antenna
Input Power: 3.5-8.4V
Display LED Indicator
Range without interference 1m from the ground: more than 1000m
Channel Data: 1500us, Range: 900-2100us
Dimensions: 21mm*12mm*3. 1 mm
Certification: CE, FCC
Make sure the product is installed and calibrated correctly, failure to do so may result in serious injury.
Make sure the receiver's battery is disconnected before turning off the transmitter, failure to do so may lead to unintended operation or loss of control.
Make sure the receiver is mounted away from motors, electronic speed controllers or any device that emits excessive electrical noise.
Keep the receiver's antenna at least 1 cm away from conductive materials such as carbon or metal.
Do not power on the receiver during the setup process to prevent loss of control.
The receiver can receive at distances further than it can transmit from. When the receiver goes out of its transmission range, some
transmitter's will sound the lost signal alarm. This is normal, the lost signal alarm can be turned off in the settings for transmitters such as the nv14 and Fs-i10.
First put the transmitter into bind mode(see the transmitter's user manual for instructions on how to activate bind mode.)
Press receiver's bind key and connect the receiver to power at the same time the receiver s green led will start to flash quickly indicating that it has entered bind mode. When the receiver's green LED stops flashing the transmitter and receiver have successfully bound. When the receiver's red LED flash slowly indicating losing signal. If there is a critical hardware error the led will remain red.
Check to make sure that the transmitter and receiver are working as expected, if there are any issues or unexpected operation follow the steps above to bind again.