The OrangeRX 2.4Ghz transmitter module offers a simple, convenient and inexpensive way to utilize your module-based Futaba compatible transmitter. Unlike standard modules which have a fixed protocol this unit is compatible with DSM2 (1024/22ms, 2048/11ms), DSMX (22ms, 11ms) protocols.
Simply remove your existing module, plug in the OrangeRX module and you are ready to bind to any DSMX or DSM2 compatible receivers.
• 100% Futaba compatible (works with any Futaba compatible module-based transmitter)
• 4 operating modes: DSM2 1024/22ms, DSM2 2048/11ms, DSMX 22ms, DSMX 11ms
• Easy to access bind button
• Range check mode
Compatibility: Standard Futaba 5 pin module-based transmitters
2.4Ghz protocol: DSMX/DSM2 Compatible
Range: Full range system
OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 Compatible 2.4Ghz transmitter module (Futaba compatible)
OrangeRX Modules use a unique Global ID for binding. In case of binding issues with other branded receivers press the "Change ID" button on module to change the Module ID to another unique value reserved for that module. There are over 4 billion unique ID's assigned to OrangeRx modules.
1) This is not a Spektrum DSM2/X, neither is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2/DSMX product.
The Spektrum and DSM2 / DSMX brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA.
2) OrangeRX products are not black market or fake Spektrum products. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.
Great product. Very useful and easy to configure. The product is compatible with Hitec too (ex: Optic 6). Check before if the connector on your radio is horizontal or vertical. This tx has horizontal connectorwould prefer a diy module over this. but nonetheless perform well.Just got this module so I could use my old 9CAP Tx with a micro quad. Works as advertised plus I can fly my old foamies with spektrum receivers too.UMX Radian - Bad throttle control, no rudder control, great elevator control. Unit binds easily to UMX Radian, however sometimes I had rudder control but not throttle control. Lower end point for throttle and I got some throttle control but rudder control went away. Thinking that the UMX wants to see an exact end point on bind or will not work properly.
Works fine with a different full size DSMX receiver.
Possible that Horizon has the UMX stuff looking for a specific input on startup from the TX that the Orange module either needs to be set to or does not have.Got mine today, just installed it into my Futaba FF8 transmitter. Binding with a cheap BG Redcon DSM2 receiver was no problem, just follow the online manual here. All channels work, no jitter.My review from yesterday disappeared... hmnnn. I'm being polite and honest. This product is very hard to do a firmware update on which is required to change channel programming. I have alot of experience flashing, updating, and programming all types of devices and this product will not connect to accept the firmware update, possibly it is defective, but hard to know. My communications with support have not provided additional insight or been helpful and they haven't offered to replace the device. It's a shame because I really was looking forward to purchasing uhf 433 modules and recievers to use with my Futaba 9c but now I am reconsidering options.