SRXL - Serial Receiver Link protocol
Several manufacturers of RC systems already implemented this protocol to their receivers and MICROBEAST can process the data of these receivers. The advantage is that the data transfer is very fast compared to standard transmission by single wires for each control function. Additionaly you can transfer much more channels at one time and freely distribute the usage of these channels to different control functions. Due to the unique identifier it even is possible to automatically adapt the function allocation specifically to the standard that is used by each radio brand, so that the usage of SRXL is almost "Plug&Play", indepent of the specific type of radio system that is used.
The following receiver systems/receiver types support SRXL and work in combination with MICROBEAST and MICROBEAST PLUS:
|BEASTX||All BEASTRX receivers|
|MULTIPLEX||Receivers with M-Link data port|
|GRAUPNER / SJ HOTT||HOTT receivers with SUMD output|
The following receiver systems/receiver types support SRXL and work in combination with MICROBEAST PLUS:
Spektrum SPM4649T receiver will also work in combination with MICROBEAST PLUS but please note this receiver acts like a Spektrum remote satellite.
It does not send a conventional SRXL control signal. So called "Bi-directional SRXL" is something different and only used for transmitting telemetry data which is not applicable in this case.
The following receiver systems are compatible with SRXL as they directly implemented the SRXL protocol as specified for MULTIPLEX:
|JR propo||JR X-Bus (activate "X-Bus Mode B" in the radio)|
|Jeti||Receivers with UDI output (UDI-12 & UDI-16)|
MICROBEAST and MICROBEAST PLUS will work without issues with these receivers but be aware that due to the same manufacturer ID they will be identified as MULTIPLEX receivers and therefore the preset channel assignment of MICROBEAST / MICROBEAST PLUS may not fit to your radio system. So performing manual channel assignment is mandatory (see MICROBEAST / MICROBEAST PLUS user manual).