The OrangeRx GA800HV has all the properties and features of the original FASST compatible receivers but they have been improved even further to make them even more versatile. They will accept a wide range of input voltages from 3.5~8.4V which is great if you want to use LV and HV type servos.
One of these improved features is that you can use 2 receivers in parallel to increase the amount of channels available up to 14 using an easy to use jumper system. They also have 2 selectable failsafe options and are firmware upgradable.
Compatible with the following Futaba FASST 2.4Ghz air systems (7ch mode/multi mode): 6EX, 7C, TM-7, TM-8, T8FG, T10C, TM-10, T10CG, 14SG, T12Z, T12FG, TM-14, T14MZ etc.
Futaba FASST 2.4Ghz surface systems (C1 mode): 3PK, 4PK etc.
• Lightweight (11g)
• Compatible with FASST 2.4Ghz air systems (7ch mode/multi mode)
• Compatible with FASST 2.4Ghz surface sytems (C1 mode)
• 8 channels
• Compact design (47.5 x 25.3 x 15mm)
• Twin antenna for diversity and long range
• Specified Range: 1.5km+
• Parallel with another GA800HV receiver to become a 14ch FASST compatible receiver
• 2 selectable failsafe options
• Improved anti-interference capability
• 2 PPM modes, normal (FS) and high speed (HS)
• Firmware upgradable
Input Voltage: 3.5~8.4V
Latency: 14ms (FS), 7ms (HS)
Dimensions: 47.5 x 25.3 x 15mm
1 x OrangeRx GA800HV receiver
2 x Jumper (for paralling 2 receivers)
* HS mode is only used for high speed digital servos, other servos should use FS mode otherwise they will get hot and burn out.
** All OrangeRx receivers come with a 12 month warranty. This is not a Futaba receiver, nor is it a copy of a Futaba receiver. Futaba and FASST are trademarks of Futaba Co (JP).
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Don't waste your money!! I tried this today on my old Carl Goldberg Tiger 60. Thankfully I wasn't able to get it up and flying because it would have crashed!! Everytime the plane got about 20 to 30 feet away I lost the signal from the receiver. The only way I could get the signal back was to turn off the plane battery, and then turn it back on. There was no one else at the place I was flying so it wasn't a question of another person's transmitter. After deciding I wasn't going to try flying the plane I secured it to run the engine and empty the tank. I even lost signal then, and was only about 6 feet away.It looks good.
It works great.
But be careful.
The initial setting is HS mode, you've got to change it to FS mode most of time.Tengo una FUTABA 7C y este receptor anda muy Bien!A wide range receiver i use with my Futaba T8FG. I had no problems with it, pairing is easy, works very well on my Slow Stick. I will buy more of this.I got mine yesterday and bound it to my TM-8 transmitter no problem. It bound very fast.
I flew it today and had zero problems. Range was as far as I could see... I think I'll get a few more.This is very economical. have yet to do range test thoughI tested this receiver in a MPX Dogfighter and it just does all it needs to do. Great receiver for a good price!