The Jumper SF410 Mini S-FHSS is an ultra-light mini receiver
The Jumper SF410 Mini S-FHSS is an ultra-light mini receiver for Jumper radio transmitters such as T8SG, T8SG v2, T8SG v2 Plus, T8SG Lite, T12 and FUTABA.
The Jumper SF series of receivers offer a high quality yet affordable S-FHSS solution for modelers. The SF410 Mini is an ultra light reciever ideal for F3P or any micro or ultra light weight models.
- Model: SF410 Mini
- Working voltage: 3.6~7.5V
- Working current: 20~30mA
- Working temperature: 0-70 °C
- Delay: Normal Mode 13.6mS
- Special Mode 20.4mS
- Effective distance: >300m
- Weight: 1.9g
The Jumper SF series of receivers offer a high quality yet affordable S-FHSS solution for modelers. When reliable quality receivers can be had at this price why risk any alternative!
The Jumper SF 2.4GHz SFHSS/FHSS compatible receiver range are suitable for FUTABA & JUMPER Radios equipped with SFHSS/FHSS 2.4GHz transmission sources, such as the SFHSS/FHSS protocol mode, compatible with the air systems from JUMPER such as the T8SG, T8SG v2, T8SG v2 Plus, T8SG Lite, T12 and FUTABA systems such as T4YF, T6J, T6K, T6K, T8J, T10J, T14SG, T18MZ, T18SZ or ground system 3PL, T3PRKA, 4PLS, T4PX, T4GRS.
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 setup on your receiver. For example, the throttle can be set to cut out in if the receiver enters fail safe mode to help avoid the model flying too far away.
Connect any standard servo to the last channel of your receiver and give stick or switch 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).