The time to upgrade is now.
The X8J module & X8Rp 2.4ghz receiver allows your PPM compatible transmitter to enter the new era of 2.4ghz r/c systems.
How does it work?
The X8Rp receiver communicates and binds with an X8J module via the 2.4ghz spectrum, giving the user unprecedented performance and glitch free reliability never seen before in R/C FM/AM based systems.
Which radio will it work with?
It will work with the following JR radios.
347, 388, 783, U8, PCM10, PCM10S, PCM10SX, PCM10lis, 8103, 9303, MX-22, MX-24s and all synthesized variations.
Assan X8J module & X8Rp receiver
-Highly secure and robust link.
-No crystals or channels needed
-No interferance from motors, ignitions or metal to metal friction.
-No Rx antenna
-No need to change any settings on your radio.
Hmotnost ( g )
Actually have A Spek module for my JR9X2[v2] (in USA JR9303) but bought the Assan module, (less than the cost of a Spek receiver)to save cost of receivers. Works fine. Only small disappointment was to find out that Assan are bring out a new (V2) module.
It is not that it will work any better, but will have extra features.Unit tested in JR X-3810 (Aus)
My house in on a hill in a populated suburban area with many trees and power lines.
To range test I put Tx on bedroom windowsill and drove off with 2 x Assan Rx units(The one in this kit and an X8R7) I used GPS to measure direct distance to Tx. I got solid green LED signal on both Rx @ 310mtrs (~1000ft) with a few trees obscuring direct line of sight. I drove to a distance of 1.8km (~6000ft) to a location with line of sight to Tx and had solid green on both Rx units. Phoned home and had helper move stick on Tx and servos on both responded.
Signal was lost when direct line of sight lost. Servos never twitched.
Overall I'd say this was an excellent result and satisified my range curiosity.