"Super-sized" with more channels — and CGY750 gyro support!
The original 8FG was already the best 2.4GHz radio value available. Now, for the same cost, the 8FG Super offers six additional channels — plus new software with menus tailored to Futaba's super-fast CGY750 gyro. Recommended by Bobby Watts, Matt Botos and Kyle Stacy, it's the first radio that really supports flybarless helicopters. And it's perfect for all other applications, too...a smart choice for ANY forward-looking flier.
New 8FG Super features:
- Expanded with 14 total transmitter channels — 12 proportional and two switched.
- Included R6208SB receiver's PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) channels support up to 8 standard analog or digital servos — and it handles up to 18 channels when used with an S.Bus system.
- Gyro menu supports 3-axis gyros and is perfectly tailored to the CGY750.
- User menu allows pilots to customize and display frequently used functions.
- VPP (Variable Pitch Propeller) compatibility can be set to three conditions for throttle and pitch curve.
- Swash trim can be adjusted from the swash screen.
Continued from the original 8FG:
- SensorTouch™ programming maximizes navigation ease.
- Numerous factory-defined mixes help you program like a pro.
- Low latency and cutting-edge 2048 resolution combine for fast, accurate Real-Time Response™.
- Accepts 32MB to 2GB secure digital memory cards* — add as much memory as you want.
*Secure digital memory card not included
* Memory card not included.
R6208SB 2.4GHz FASST 8/18 Channel S.Bus High-Voltage Receiver
The 8FG Super's R6208SB receiver accepts a wide range of batteries, from 4-cell NiCd and NiMH packs to 2S LiFe and LiPo packs, with no regulator required. PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) channels provide support for up to eight standard analog or digital servos. Using the S.Bus port, it handles up to 18 channels — and makes incorrect servo-channel hookups impossible. The R6208SB also features a high-speed mode that delivers ultra-fast frame rates on channels 1-6.
High-speed mode is available only on Channels 1-6 and requires the use of digital (including brushless digital) servos. Channels 7 and 8 — which operate only in normal mode — can be equipped with either analog or digital servos.