You can use it with a Graupner HOTT TX like MX-12 or MX-16 for example. The only thing that you need, is a PPM Signal, from the Teacher-Cable or from the receiver (GR-12(s) connector 6, "SUMO").
Works great with '2.4Ghz SuperMicro Systems - Receiver and ESC All-in-one (5ch)'!After re-arranging the antenna in the turnixy 9X this module popped right in and work perfectly.
TOMOUsing the HK104RX-S you can plug esc in to any channel you like and then elev' ect' to were it works best,and then set thottle on esc(up > down) and restart works for me,been 3 weeks now and no glitch's yet fingers crossed.Using 2s and plush 6a, 2xUltra Micro servo's 1x3.5g HK(ailerons).On Micro CristeenEagle bipe.Flys nice just need more travel on Ultra Micro servo's.not really 3d yet:)..
Nice Module all round for the cash,just watch the aerial base,tighten with locktite and dont other tighten aerial.Origanal module from 9X now has its own aerial on the back,good for sim to.Great stuff HKDoes it work with multiplex MC 3030, please, and if yes, do you know the schema for wiring please ?
Just got the package today, I have also purchased the Turnigy 9X transformer to run this module in. First a quick warning to check the Antenna fitting on the module is tight before attaching the antenna to the module and note the antenna only screws on approx 4mm and you have a lot of thread still showing, mine was lose and before I knew it the fitting was spinning and the antenna wire broke off inside the module (it maybe a good idea to glue or lock-tight this fitting before attaching your antenna). No problem for me as I was going the remake the module to use the exiting 2.4Ghz trany antenna anyway, but just be careful if you are only using the module antenna. Module pluged straight into the Turnigy Trany and binded to the 2.4Ghz SuperMicro Receiver and all working fine, quick range test inside home about 50m (as far as I could get) and still working (very cold, dark and wet outside in Victoria, Australia this time of the year)
Would have been all 5 crowns apart for the antenna connection (Still very happy)