Corona Synthesized Receiver 6Ch 72Mhz
Throw away your crystals, say goodbye to glitches! The new Corona synthesized receiver is here!
This unit will work with existing Synthesized transmitters or crystal transmitters. In fact the accuracy of this receiver will improve the performance of all 72mhz crystal transmitters.
The new technology put into the synthesized series of Coron receivers is truely outstanding and will certainly make you think twice about upgrading to a more expensive 2.4GHz.
Take a look at Coronas website for more details;
Sensitivity about 2.0ìV
Selectivity ±8kHz at 65dB down
Number of channels 1-6
Filtering DSP filtering in MCU with mild algorithm
Shift polarity Positive or negative (auto-detect)
Case Shrink wrap
Operating Voltage 4.8V~6.0VDC
Operating Current 11mA
Modulate FM/PPM(pulse position modulation)
*(version2) unit has been revised with the following resolutions;
-Increased binding with various branded radios.
-Corrected servo locking issue.
-Corrected Channel 2 jitter issue when used with certain Transmitters.*The image shows 'Dual conversion', on the package. The image is of the beta-version which had the wrong packaging. We will update images soon.
Hmotnost ( g )
Works with Futaba T6XA , T6XH;
Doesnt work with Futaba 9Z 'cause its another FM system :(
Corona tech support couldn't assist me properly to make it work with 9z, but they said if i provided the brandwith of 9z they could make it. Of course i don't have an oscyloscope.I'm using this with a JR 8301 Range checks about 50 feet/15 meters further than the JR 7000. I have used both the single and double conversion 6ch RX the single conv. always does better on range checks. The double conv works fine (a little better than the JR 7000).I have a test with Futaba 6ch, no problems so farI have used most all of the corona synthesized receivers for about 2 years. the dual conversion receivers have better rangePros a) Light weight b) cost effective c) Scan ability
Cons a) like most FM and PPM which I used it on I found the servos 9g HXT900 twitchy b) pins a little too close
Additionally I found a problem with my rx I received July 10 2012 With my JR XP6102 radio. With battery attached and radio on the heli worked fine (meaning it recognized zero and full throttle) until I turned off the radio. Where it made the motor throttle up 100pcnt and after turning the radio back on it went back to 0pcnt throttle.
Sorry HK not happy with this RX at all for that reason alone. Luckily I had the motor away from the main gear at the time.
If you need more information please contact me.eu comprei 2 deste Receptor Sintetizado Corona 6Ch 72Mhz [ ELE E MUITO BOM ] E FCIL DE ESTALAR , APENAS TROQUEI O RECEPTOR E APERTEI O BOTO DE SCANNER E PRONTO MEU AEROMODELO FICOU COMO ESTAVA ANTES DE PARAR DE FUNCIONAR , FOI MUITO FCIL VALEU MUITO A PENA A COMPRA ESTOU SATISFEITO , _Solo pesa 9.6 gramos. 100 cm de antena. A ver cuando le ponen una carcasa un poco mas dura.I bought 6 of those Rx and used 3 of them , on my planes EDf and prop, some of th eRX are difficult to Bind with the Tx, but after all , all the 3 Rx installed on my planes worked fine at first then during the flights , it suddenly lost control , I was thinking that because of the batteries, but a friend found a blog regarding these Corona RX , people describing their problems that are so similar to all my crashes, (all 3 of my planes , lost one and repair few times the others and keep crashing until we found the blog discussing about th eCorona Rx working with Futaba 72 MHz Tx) I had to remove all those RX , I plan on returning them all.
Very frustrated : lost one EDF and destroy few prop planes , crashing pretty often. Spend time to fix more than to fly!!!!Funciona muy bien, en mi futaba 6 EXA anda impecable...I purchased 1 of these as part of my first HK order. Using with Futaba 6xa tx. Followed instructions and I had no trouble binding. servo response is smooth, no jitter. I will purchase more of these and I think I'm going to try some of the 9ch version. HobbyKing is King!!!