Excellent receiver for all fixed wing models with enough room in its fuselage. My wish is to see a smaller SuperP with 8 PWM channels to fit in smaller fuselages which many gliders have. For such cut off channels 10, 9, 8 and 13, delete the RGB connector and move the 4-pin I2C connector to the back side between the two antennas.
Great price and excellent functionality
This is exactly the ELRS receiver we airplane people have been waiting for!
The casing is solid, good looking and servo connectors fits well. As a PWM receiver I will rather call this a 12 channel receiver, beceuse channel 11 and 12 is hard to use with the small connector on the side, but for SBUS/CRSF... it's off course 16 channel. It's brilliant to have the SBUS output on a real servo port. This makes use of SBUS servos or gyros running SBUS/CRSF really easy. Then no extra power for running servos are needed.
USB-C connection for updating firmware really makes updating a breeze. I can only find one small downside on this receiver, and that is the rather high current consumption (180mA) compared to most other receivers (typical 60-90mA). This is really no problem at all for most of us, but for those using separate receiver battery, might need to take this into consideration when choosing battery size on certain applications. Just good to be aware of it.
Anyway, thanks to BETAFPV for finally making this great real diversity PWM airplane receiver! Really looking forward to fly a lot with it.
Hey dear, Channels 11 and 12 are compromises for connecting external sensors, such as connecting a barometer to grasp flight altitude information. And the power consumption is mainly consumed by the 2 RF links, but it can improve signal stability : )