Want to use your FrSky transmitter with your open source flight sim? This is the tool to let you do just that.
The Orange Rx FrSky USB Dongle is really just a receiver that binds with your transmitter and interfaces with your computer. All you need to do is to allow the pre-loaded HID driver to install onto your PC, laptop (Mac users will need to download the relevant HID drivers) and bind your transmitter to the dongle in the same way as you would a receiver.
There's never been a simpler way to use your transmitter as the controller for a flight simulator!
• Compatible with FrSky aircraft radio and module systems
• 6 channel output to standard USB HID device
• Compatible with all open source simulators (Freerider, HotProps, Liftoff, DRL etc) and many others.
• Compact design (10.5 x 23.5 x 52.5mm)
• Low power requirements (typically 40mA)
Dimensions: 52.5 x 23.5 x 10.5mm
1) This is not an FrSky product, nor is it a copy of an FrSky product
2) This is not an underground black market fake FrSky product. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.
3) Accepted by the MAAA in Australia, see the MAAA MOP58 for guidance
Doesn't work on mac at allConnects to taranis and works on PC but my mac cannot pickup any inputshij bind wel met eu-lbt maar hij verliest elke keer het signaal is zo niet mee te werken helaas
Is it EU-LBT proof ?!?Windows picks up 8 channels instead of the stated 6.
I made a quick setup video. I hope it helps someone:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3YlJ3iH2P0This dongle losing signal every few seconds (Taranis about 1m away), for cca 1-2seconds. In this "dead time" virtual controler go mad. Good idea, but useless think :(Bon produit qui fonctionne bien et pratique
se bind en mode D8 :
1-maintenir le bouton et brancher sur un usb d ordi , puis relâchez , la led clignote
2-passez votre taranis ou module frsky en D8 et BIND
3- c est pret , verifiez vos axes sur le paneau de config windows , un etalonnage et c est pret
bonnes parties de simulateurThere are 8 channels available, not 6 as noted in the manual......which is nice.