These receivers are a great option for users of Hitec A-FHSS radio systems. They offer excellent performance and additional features. This receiver is also HV (high voltage) capable featuring an input voltage range of 3.5~16V.
Compatible with Hitec Minima series 2.4Ghz A-FHSS transmitters
• Hitec Minima 2.4Ghz A-FHSS Compatible
• Supports PPM and RSSI Output
• Long Range >1.5km
Number of Channels: 8
Operating Voltage Range: 3.5V~16V
Operating Current: 30mA
Operating Range: Full Range (>1.5km)
*Note: This unit is not designed, manufactured or supported by Hitec, nor is it a copy of a Hitec receiver.
Put is simple... I have had good luck with these. There is an extra step to binding, so read the instructions.These are great receivers to use with the Hitec system. I run them with my Aurora 9X and they are rock solid with more range than I have been able to test. As long as you don't need the telemetry functions and have the latest firmware on the radio, this is an unbeatable deal. They have been tested and used in glow planes and gas planes up to 30cc.
I have purchased and used a few of these now and not had any problems at all. Initially I used them on short range models only but after further testing was convinced about their 'full range' spec so I now tend to fitt them to models with limited internal space. Used in IC & slope soaring models more recently, again no problems. TX's - Eclipse 7 with 2.4 Spectra module, Futaba FF7 with Specttra module and Eclipse 7 Pro (comes with Spectra module).i have an optic 6 transmitter but i cant bind with this receiver because the led on the transmitter is always red. i just did all the steps i saw here but it still red. How can i bind this receiver. thanqs
I bought this receiver but i cant bind with my hitec optic 6. The led on the transmitter is always red. i need some help.
This is an awesome little receiver if you are looking to add ppm to your Hitec system. I recently started usng the Naze32 flight controller in my quads and was using pwm. This severly limits the functions the Naze32 is capable of so when I saw this I had to try it. It works great with my Aurora 9 transmitter and now I have ppm capabilities when I thought I would have to buy a new radio system! The one signal wire setup makes for a much more clean setup on my 250 size fpv quad and opens the other pins taken by pwm receivers for all the expansions the Naze32 has to offer.I own 3pcs - Habe 3 Stck - Works like the Original - Funzt wie die Orginalen.I'm using one for some months and got only 300-400 meters range before failsafe takes control. O bought 3 units and all of them behave like this.Great receiver for a great price! I binded with a aurora 9x with ease and didn't to update. I will be getting more of these.These are very good quality recievers, tested with the Aurora 9 and Optic 6 Sport. You may need to update the TX and module software to latest version to make your transmitter compatible with minima recievers. Great product, but as of today the newer Delta 8 is a better choice as it's also compatible with Futaba and FrSky.
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