[Sticky] Horus X10 S
The FrSky Horus X10S and X10 are the latest transmitters to join the FrSky family. They both carry on all of the features of their predecessors, while each model has its own unique advantages. The X10 series is lighter than the X12S, and its good ergonomics mean it is vey comfortable to hold and hangs from the from the neck strap at the correct angle. The X10 and X10S have the built-in iXJT+ module, two internal antennas mounted at 45° operating in dual path diversity mode, or a 2dB detachable external antenna with antenna detection and SWR warning functions.
They feature an industrial 480 x 272 TFT daylight readable colour LCD screen, the best in the business. The large screen and encoder wheel make navigation and programming significantly faster and easier than on an X9D.
They come with FrSky’s own easy to use FrOS (operating system) and of course, support OpenTX as well. The X10 series also inherits the wireless trainer system.
They have improved battery life with a 2600mAh Li-ion battery charged by an internal smart charger, giving a runtime of approximately 9hrs between charges. A JR style module bay is built into the back of the radio that can run different transmitting modules.
The main difference between the X10 and X10S are the gimbals. The Horus X10 has M10 hall sensor gimbals with 4 ball bearings. The Horus X10S is equipped with FrSky’s latest and best gimbal to date, the MC12 Plus which has all CNC metal frames and 10 ball bearings (4 on each axis plus 2 on the rocker arms). Additional precision comes from the new digital Hall Effect encoder system, making the gimbals more sensitive, and having a higher resolution which results in greater precision.
All files relating to the Horus X10S including manuals and OS updates can be found here: