The Jumper SF series of receivers offer a high quality yet affordable S-FHSS solution for RC pilots.
Compatible with Futaba SFHSS/FHSS transmission sources such as SFHSS/FHSS protocol mode, compatible with the air systems T4YF, T6J, T6K, T6K, T8J, T10J, T14SG, T18MZ, T18SZ or ground system 3PL, T3PRKA, 4PLS, T4PX, T4GRS.
The SF Series can be used as a standard PWM receiver or in S.Bus mode for drones, fixed-wing craft, robotics, boat, or anything that uses an advanced control system requiring S.Bus input.
The SF series is a full range receiver featuring dual antennas for diversity reception.
The Jumper SF410 has 4 PWM channels in Normal mode. In special mode, the 4th channel outputs Sbus while the remaining 3 channels output PWM.
In normal mode, the signal delay is 20.4mS, suitable for Analog servos. In the special mode, the delay is 13.6mS suitable for Digital servos.
Turn on your transmitter, select S-FHSS if it is necessary, press and hold the bind button on the receiver and power on the receiver, when the LED turns on solid green, the binding is finished, you can now connect servos to each channel and check for correct function from stick and switch movement on your radio.
The SF series receivers have a fail-safe mode similar to original Futaba Receivers. Before attempting flight, we strongly recommend that fail-safe modes are correctly set up on your receiver. For example, the throttle can be set to cut out in if the receiver enters a fail-safe mode to help avoid the model flying too far away.
PWM output mode and Sbus output mode Setting
PWM mode (normal mode) – All channels will output PWM. All SF series receivers are set to PWM as default. S.bus mode (Special mode) – The last channel of the receiver will output S.bus. All other channels will output PWM (excluding SF410 mini)
Changing from Sbus to PWM is same as changing from PWM to Sbus: turn off your transmitter, the LED is on red, hold and press the bind button for 6 to 0 seconds, release the button, then the red led will flash fast, press the bind button quickly once to confirm while the red led is still flashing.
Connect any standard servo to the last channel of your receiver and give stick or switch the input on your radio. If the servo moves the receiver is in PWM mode (Normal Mode). If the servo does not move the receiver is in S.bus mode (Special Mode).
Note: If you want to reset the receiver back to normal mode, you can repair the receiver and transmitter.
LED status indicated under normal working status:
Compatible with FUTABA SFHSS/FHSS 2.4GHz Transmitters
Air systems T4YF, T6J, T6K, T6K, T8J, T10J, T14SG, T18MZ, T18SZ
Ground system 3PL, T3PRKA, 4PLS, T4PX, T4GRS
Two modes, Normal (all PWM) and Special (PWM and S.Buss)
Dual diversity antennas
Working voltage: 3.6~8.5V
Working current: 45~60mA
Working temperature: 0-70 °C
Delay: Normal Mode 13.6mS / Special Mode 20.4mS
Effective distance: >1.8km
1x Jumper SF410 Receiver