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2.4Ghz SuperMicro Systems - HK-MFX600-H (Hitec Compatible)

2.4Ghz SuperMicro Systems - HK-MFX600-H (Hitec Compatible)

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Perfect for indoor flyers and anyone who likes to tinker with micro sized aircraft. The hobbyking indoor 2.4ghz system has a host of optional receivers, ESCs and all-in-one units available for your customprojects. When keeping component weight down is critical, the SuperMicro series is one of the most affordable and simple solutions on the market today.

Spec.
Frequency: 2.4ghz
Type: FHSS
Module Type: Hitec
Size: 58.15mm x 37.26mm x 22.05mm
Transmission Power: 18DBm
Input Signal: PPM (50mv or 2~5v)
Input Voltage Range: 5.0~12.0V
Weight: 42.5g

Includes.
1 x MFX600-H Module
1 x 2.4ghz Antenna

  • SKU HK-MFX600-H
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 57.0000
  • Length 110.00
  • Width 13.00
  • Height 100.00
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Had this item i backorder for 2 month and got tired of waiting.
Knowing that the spectrum DM8 module could be adapted to the Aurora9, i bought the HK-X600F Futaba module and intended to convert it to Hitec.
After taking the module apart, I was supprised to find that the PCB board was marked MFX800 F/H (futaba/Hitec) and the connector could be unsoldered and moved from the Futaba PCB position and resoldered in the Hitec PCB position.
An easy operation and everything works just great.
Just one hint, take care not to break the module antenna lead, it is very fragile

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Had this item i backorder for 2 month and got tired of waiting.
Knowing that the spectrum DM8 module could be adapted to the Aurora9, i bought the HK-X600F Futaba module and intended to convert it to Hitec.
After taking the module apart, I was supprised to find that the PCB board was marked MFX800 F/H (futaba/Hitec) and the connector could be unsoldered and moved from the Futaba PCB position and resoldered in the Hitec PCB position.
An easy operation and everything works just great.
Just one hint, take care not to break the module antenna lead, it is very fragile

I have tested this module with 2 of the SuperMicro brushless receivers and they seem to work well, although I haven't checked their range yet.The binding method is a bit confusing and instructions not clear, but managed to bind them OK. I think it helps if the Tx and Rx are a little distance apart when doing the binding.

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I have tested this module with 2 of the SuperMicro brushless receivers and they seem to work well, although I haven't checked their range yet.The binding method is a bit confusing and instructions not clear, but managed to bind them OK. I think it helps if the Tx and Rx are a little distance apart when doing the binding.

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