JR RG631B 6-Channel Full Range 2.4GHz DMSS Receiver with telemetry. The RG631B is designed for full range flight featuring telemetry, a coaxial antenna and a remote antenna to ensure a rock solid signal in any orientation.
Dual Modulation Spectrum System (DMSS)* 2.4GHz protocol offers a secure radio link that combines DSSS and FHSS capabilities into a wideband transmission system and includes high-speed response and high resistance against RF noise. One benefit of DMSS is the JR® Intelligent Output System (IOS), which automatically selects control signals that need to be transmitted at exactly the same time and delivers the data as one complete signal frame. IOS ensures there is no time delay when commanding servos used for critical functions, such as a CCPM swashplate on a helicopter, or when operating a wing control surface with multiple servos.
Another feature of DMSS is its bi-directional communication that supplies telemetry information. Receiver voltage telemetry is built in as standard in every DMSS receiver, and add-on sensors will give you real time feedback of information from your model, such as the RPM of an aircraft propeller or helicopter rotor blades, temperature and variometer/altimeter readings.
• Designed for full range flight in any size model
• Remote antenna included
• High speed response and high resistance against RF noise
• Bi-directional communication supplying telemetry information
• EZ Bind system eliminates the need for bind plugs
Type: Full range aircraft receiver
Voltage Range: 4.5–8.5V
Antenna Length: 150mm
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Awesome RX for the size great for gliders small planes to 120 size planes love these RX if you have DMSS gear will be buying more of these :)
Great receiver with telemetry
Good works as advertised
I bought one of these and bound it to my XG8 - after 10minutes the RX was too hot to touch and shut down - I was lucky it shut down before I re-launched my DLG otherwise I would have detroyed a $1000 model.
are there legitiate JR products? I have never had an issue with JR ever before
it scares me that if I had have launched my DLG - this would have shut down in flight.....
bench testing afterwards shows excessive heating under load and same shutdown results.... NOT HAPPY