OrangeRx™ have created another excellent receiver after listening to customer feedback. This lightweight, 9.8g, receiver comes in a hard case to give it a bit more protection while keeping the weight down.
Compatible with all DSM2 2.4GHz Air transmitters and now featuring CPPM!
The OrangeRx R610V2 lite takes things to the next level by offering CPPM, true DSM2 compatibility and utilizes dual antennas providing true signal reception diversity! Add to this programmable failsafe on binding, ultra fast brown-out recovery and wide voltage input range. The end result being an unbeatable value for the money multirotor/aircraft receiver!
The all new CPPM functionality is an excellent feature for use with multi-rotor flight controllers such as the KK2.1, APM, MultiWii and others. This single line connection removes the weight and mess of additional wire leads for each individual channel. This is ideal for use on small frames where space is at a premium.
OrangeRx receivers are built using original components, MCUs and with state of the art SMT automation to ensure a quality product each and every time. Every R610V2 is manufactured using impedance matched PCBs with exact tuning to provide signal stability and range that exceeds any of the previous generation ORX products. In fact, our testing has shown that the R610V2 exceeds the range of other receivers in the same class.
All R610V2 OrangeRx receivers are QC tested using our latest method that ensures range checking takes place as the receiver is programmed. Simply put, if the R610V2 cannot pass the range check it cannot be programmed, this ensures 100% of R610V2 are guaranteed to work flawlessly.
The R610V2.......quality, reliability and performance
• Super lightweight 9.8g (with case)
• DSM2 compatibility
• CPPM output allowing for single line connection with compatible CPPM devices
• Short 25mm antennae for mounting in almost any location
• Wide input voltage: 3.7~9.6V
• 6 Channels
• Compact design
• CE/FCC/RCM Compliant
Input voltage: 3.7~9.6V
Weight: 9.8g with case
Doesn't properly hold a signal. The bind light flickers every couple of seconds, and the signal is lost momentarily. As a result, servo travel is jittery and not smooth.
OrangeRX/HobbyKing needs a better quality control for these!I brought 4 of these and all 4 failed, DONT buy them they are RUBBISHThese receivers are very poor quality,I'm very disappointed,Not binding to the new spektrum dx7. according to what is found on the internet it wont' bind on any other new spektrum receiver since in EU DSM2 is going to be not supported anymore.
a pity, I bought 4 of them.
While it binds perfectly on old Futaba transmitter with an Orange moduleGreat receiver for small money.
Attention: new Spektrum Transmitters (black) as EU-Versions are NOT supporting DSM2-protocol.Size is great, only flown line of sight in 250 quad so maybe 100yrds, about 20 flights so far 10 using stand and 10 using cppm. works great so far. I have a futaba 9uap with both a spectrum module and orange tx module. The spectrum module will not hold a lock and my quad was unstable, I changed to the Orange TX module and it locks on right away and hold the lock. I have found that the old single wire antenna orange RXs lock and hold with spectrum but the new 2 wire RXs do not. I have lost 4 quad frames from this. So I recommend this if you use an orange TX not spectrum.Lightweight and compact. Good reception even at long range with no hints of brown-out.Très pratique pour ça petite tailleDer Empfänger funktioniert sehr gut. Er is leicht zu binden. Ich benutzte den Empfänger mit diesem Modul "OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2/Devo 2.4GHz Selectable Transmitter Module (JR/Turnigy Compatible)".Using this in a copterx 250.
Range test using Devo 10 TX (with deviationg firmware installed)
Signal drops ouit at 20 paces (100uw power)
Works well and havnt had any issues.
Note that failsafes are set when you first bind this,so make sure you properly set the throttle failsafe, as i had an issue if i lost signal the motor wouldnt cut out but run at low speed.
Once you have bound and then calibrated your ESC throttle range, bind it again making sure your throttle is down.
this reciever stores channel values at bind time for failsafe.