If it is a part of the radio system, then you will find it in this section, this includes spare parts and accessories.
One of the great things about FrSky is they do not dumb down their radios. All of the radios have the same core features and number of channels. This allows you to pick the style you like the best.
We like to break it down by screens. FrSky offers two LCD displays, Large and Small and they have two larger Color displays, one with touch screen. The small displays are in the Xlite and X9 Lite and Q X7 radios, the Large LCD is in the X9D and X9E radios, and the large Color display is in the X10 and X12 radios while the large color touch screen is on the X20 transmitters.
The other changes are the number of switches and input devices.
This is a very powerful programming environment. We like to say: If you can think of it, OpenTX can probably do it! The X10 and X12 radios come with a menu driven system called FrOS, some find it easier to use, but if you want the power OpenTX you install it onto the radio! Yes, you have choices!
The X20 transmitters run the new Ethos firmware, a new development excliusive to FrSky. Think of it as an easier to manage OpenTX.
All of the FrSky radios also have an open module bay on the back. This allows the system to be expanded even further! If you would like to set up a dual frequency system, no problem. If you would like to use a different RF system to work with bind and fly aircraft, OK. Many options thanks to this expansion bay!
FrSky does not include much in the way of instructions, so at Aloft we offer a wonderful professionally written series of manuals. One for each screen size. We do our best to keep these manuals up to date with any changes with OpenTX and FrSky. We highly recommend these manuals for everyone, new or not.
We hope this helps you pick your next transmitter. Questions, please feel free to ask!
Below you will find sub categories that have spare parts, upgrades and do-dads for your favorite radio.
Don't see what you are looking for? Please let us know! We are the authorized FrSky service center in North America so we typically have all of the parts you may need even though they may not be on our site.
We offer a number of receivers to fit many applications, from tiny to huge, from glider to gas, FrSky has you covered.
The X are the most common and highly recommended, they will bind in D16 mode and support a wide range of sensors. The S Series and Redundant receivers are subcategories of the X range.
Long Range receivers do exactly what you would think, they offer much greater range for those special missions, and can add dual frequency redundancy to your application for rock solid reliability.
The D series are an older offering from FrSky, they do not support many sensors and will bind in D8 mode they will not work with newer ACCESS transmitters. These receivers are ideal if you are using a FrSky DFT, DJT or DHT module in your radio.
The non telemetry (V8) series is an even older range of receivers that can save you a couple of bucks and will also bind in D8 mode, but you will need to follow the receiver instructions to place the receiver into telemetry emulation mode when binding. These will not work with newer ACCESS transmitters.
We also offer high quality Futaba and HiTec compatible receivers. These can offer added features like CPPM and SBUS outputs for a very reasonable price.
FrSky offers two types of sensors.
The X series have Smart Port and work with the X series receivers, no hub is needed. Just plug in the sensor and you are ready to use it, want to add another sensor, just plug it into the last sensor. Sensors can be in any order.
The D series sensors work with the older D series receivers and may require the use of a hub. These sensors are largely discontinued at this point.
There are a few sensors that work with both series. The basic voltage sensor will work with most all of the X series receivers (not the X8R). The varios can be used with either series.
Here you will find flight stabilizers to help improve the flight quality of your aircraft.
Flight controllers like the CC3D and Skyline (Naze) can be used for flight stabilization also. While this process may be more complex to setup, they may offer finer control than a manually adjusted flight stabilizer
This category contains devices that work with SBUS and or CPPM data streams.
What is SBUS? It is a digital output that carries all available channels in a single connection. In the case of FrSky gear, this means you can have all 16 channels with a single connection.
What is CPPM? It is very similar to SBUS, but it only carries 8 channels and is an analog signal. SBUS is superior to CPPM.
Why use either of these? They are great for flight controllers in multi rotors and helicopters, but they can also be used with fixed wing aircraft. One great way to use them is to add more PWM (Pulse Width Modulation, normal servo outputs) channels to a receiver. For example, the FrSky X8R receiver has 8 PWM outputs, you can use a channel decoder to add 4 more outputs.
We have gone to a lot of effort to find high quality servo extensions and 'Y's that feature great wire and gold plated connectors. We start off at 2" and go all the way up to 48". We offer them in normal 26 AWG wire and heavy duty 22AWG.
We are proud to offer you these innovative products from Zepsus of Denmark. Known for their magnetic switches that allow your RC model to be turned on or off without your need to access it internally. Nothing hanging out in the wind, no accidental turning on or off of your models.
A big advantage of electronic switches in comparison to mechanical switches is in general their higher reliability as far as vibration resistance is concerned. Another advantage of the electronic switch is its ability to withstand an unlimited number of switching cycles. Electronic switches have no moving parts like contacts which would be worn out during switching processes, their longevity is extremely high.