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 Hobbyking, I really like the receiver and especially the 2 satellite ports. However I'd appreciate ot that the satellite ports placed in the back of the receiver (there, where the antennas are located) and not left/right. I face the problem in smaller models that using the ports on the side is not possible as the cables/plugs require space I don't have. While on the rear side where the antennas are this wouldn't be any problem.
I guess others also may face this situation.
FYI, The latest Naza firmware also works with non-failsafe compatible receivers. The Naza will activate its built in failsafe when it notices a signal loss for 20 sec. MIGHT not be useful in your case but good info for anyone else using a Naza that isn't aware of its latest features.
I found that I can not bind the selected failsafe I want. It just goes into last know position.
what's really grinding my gears is that it says "Failsafe: All channels to bind position at signal loss"
but when I do it does not go into the Bind position.. Useless for my NAZA M...Does anybody have the same problem or is there a solution for this
Testing it with servos will not show you if the Naza failsafe is being activated. While using Naza software, set your transmitter so that the failsafe is active with the onscreen menu, then leave sticks at mid point and turn off transmitter and do the bind process. Remove bind plug and restart tx. Now while connected to the Naza software you can test to see if the Naza software goes into failsafe mode when turning off your transmitter. You must use the software to see if the center bar (failsafe) is shaded in when you turn off your transmitter, which it will if you set it up properly. Best of luck!
Yeah the RX does not do Preset failsafe tried everything. Tossed the thing in the bin and bought a rx that does preset failsafe. Thanks for the reply but I tried all of that. and if you read my comment I already said I used the NAZA Assistant software and for the servos was ONLY to check if they move to the position I bonded them in. so your reply was of NO use to me but thanks anyway
They will replace it, but try this method first just to make sure as it is slightly different than normal binding as you need to remove binding plug prior to turning in transmitter:
- TX & RX off
- Plug the binding plug
- Switch on the RX -> flashes
- Remove the binding plug -> RX keeps flashing
- Switch on the TX in binding mode with the sticks at desired positions
Best of luck and try not being so rude next time when someone is just trying to help 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