Build the micro of your dreams with our new DSM2 compatible all in one receiver, ESC, and servo brick set. This tiny little unit is perfect for use for all your DIY micro projects. Use it to convert balsa stick and tissue planes to RC or whatever else you can dream up. The integrated brushless ESC means you can use any of the micro sized motors already offered by HobbyKing. This ESC can handle 1 or 2 cell setups which gives you a lot more options for battery or motor options for your project. The two built in linear servos can be used to operate rudder and elevator, or depending on how you program it, elevator and aileron. Two additional servo outputs are included to plug in other servos when using the micro servo connectors.
Speaking of programming, this unit can handle a variety of airplane configurations from standard layout, V-tail, and delta wing options. You can set up different stabilization modes including basic stabilization, heading lock, and even turn it off, right from your transmitter.
• Compatible with MTSS-A and DSM2 protocol, perfect for use with your OrangeRX T-Six transmitter
• 3-axis stability system with different modes
• 2 linear servos and integrated brushless ESC
• Supports fixed-wing, delta, and V-tail mixing
• 2 additional servo out connectors with 1.0mm plug
Protocol: MTSS-A and DSM2 Compatible
Servo Travel: 7mm
Torque: 35g @ 4.2V
Brushless ESC: 3A (maximum 3.5A)
Size: 33.5x24.2x8.4 mm
Weight: 4.0g(without power cord)
Operating Voltage: 3.7~7.4V
Plug: JST 1.0 Pitch ( Secondary inputs )
*Note* Programming instructions are located in the files tab of this item.
1) This is not a Spektrum DSM2 product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2 product.
The Spektrum and DSM2 brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies. SuperMicro quality is guaranteed.
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The right hand linear servo is intermittent.
Return shipping from Australia is prohibitive so unless it is just replaced then it was a waste of money ;). I will try to go through the video evidence process as I have done in the past.While setting up my receiver and servos I discovered that the rudder servo was getting VERY hot. I don't know if this is being caused by the electronics or if I have a bad servo motor. If there is a replacement motor for this I would like to know what the number is. I'm probably going to open a review with HK to correct this. I don't want to wreck a good little plane. All other aspects of this unit seem to work well.