Compatible with all Spektrum DSMX/DSM2 Air transmitters. The new range of OrangeRx R800X receivers are built using original components and MCU's and with state of the art SMT automation to ensure a quality product each and every time. All OrangeRx receivers are QC tested before leaving the factory. The OrangeRx will work with ANY Aircraft Spektrum DSMX/DSM2 2.4Ghz transmitter. The OrangeRx R800X is only 15g in weight and 49x28x16mm in size with case, Great for medium/small planes & helicopters, right up to large scale models.
Key features. Super light weight 15g grams with case. Compatible with DSMX/DSM2 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems. 8 Channels Analog & Digital servo (14 Channels S.BUS) Compact design, only 49x28x26mm with case Dual 140mm antennae providing excellent signal reception. Input voltage: 3.5~8.4V. 2 x Satellite port included. TWIN SATELLITE PORTS 1 Port S.BUS OUT - Works with S.BUS servos and other S.BUS devices Failsafe: All channels to bind position at signal loss.
NOTE: 1) This is not a Spektrum receiver, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum Receiver. The Spektrum brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA. 2) Price of this receiver may fluctuate (up or down) due to cost of electronic components. 3) This is not an underground manufactured fake Spektrum receiver. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed. 4) Accepted by the MAAA in Australia, see the MAAA MOP58 for guidance
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Hi everybody... Thinking about upgrading my old 6ch orange rx (single antenna) for one of these.
I can already fly out of my vision but about to start fpv so want a little bit more security.
Question. With the dual antennas, does this have 'diversity'. I.e does the rx switch to the antenna which is receiving the best signal at the time.... Is that how it works?
When they say the rx is full range.... What's actually different from the ones that don't say it? Just different antenna lengths?
What's the best way to orientate the antennas? With a satellite I would guess you'd have one pair vertical and horizontal then the other pair at 45deg.... That would cover most situations wouldn't it? Or should you have at least one in line with the fuselage (front to back)? Or would that only be used when going vertical or diving?
Please ignore question "Multi Rotor Maniac" had already answered this one. Thank you
well i received my RX and SAT today and was rewarded with the fact that they will bind with my 6 channel spectrum DS6i which i have two one is DSM2 and the other DSMX and it bound and ranged checked first go i also tried it without the SAT connected to the RX and fgound no visable differance i will install it in a model and hopfully fly it tomorrow weather permitting so look for my updated review to come ,if all is well i will be getting more as they are about $50.00 cheaper than the spectrum AR6210 that i use