The OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 compatible 2.4Ghz DIY transmitter module offers a simple and convenient way to utilize your non module-based transmitter with DSMX/DSM2 compatible receivers. This is a DIY module meaning that it is not "plug and play". You will need to physically connect the wire leads from this module to +, - and PPM signal outputs from your transmitter. This is the perfect option for transmitters which are not module-based.
• 4 operating modes: DSM2 comp. 1024/22ms, DSM2 comp. 2048/11ms, DSMX comp. 22ms, DSMX comp. 11ms
• Easy to access bind button
• Range check mode
Compatibility: Any transmitter with a PPM signal output
2.4Ghz protocol: DSMX/DSM2
Voltage input: 6~15VDC
Range: Full range system
OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 compatible 2.4Ghz DIY transmitter module
Antenna extension cable
Module uses 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 (5 ID's assigned to each module).
There are over 4 billion unique ID's assigned to OrangeRx modules.
1) This is not a Spektrum DSM2 product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2 product.
The Spektrum and DSM2 brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA.
2) This is not an underground black market fake Spektrum product. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.
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Upon further research after install, it appears that this module has channel compatibility issues when installed in a futaba tx. Additional hardware can be purchased to update firmware, but I have not been able to try it yet, as it is in a new overseas order that I am waiting to arrive. A better solution would be to sell a version of this kit already loaded with the futaba compatible firmware as an option, otherwise I would recommend getting the additional hardware and doing the update before installation as it will be more difficult with soldered connections.
I grabbed one of these instead of waiting for HK to get the plug in module. Fitting it into the 9XR took a bit more work. With the help of a 3D printer and the old OrangeRX DSM2/X JR module that had the binding problem, i was able to fit it all in. It all works and no more bind problem.
Habe mir dieses Modul gekauft um damit mit meiner Sanwa SD-10G den Nano CPS steuern zu k?nnen. Klappt wunderbar, nur ist bei meiner Sanwa ein externer Akku n?tig da die L/S Buche nur ca. 3V Ausgangsspannung liefert. Sonst alles wunderbar, habe auch 2 Orange Empf?nger damit in Verwendung....alles Bestens. Von mir eine klare Empfehlung.
G'day. Got one of these because jr does not support head tracking! The quanum no drift head tracker plugs straight in, just add a power lead, both run on the same power. Get a 4ch rx and bind to the tx, and assign the head tracker to 1,2,3,or 2,3,4, I'm only getting yaw, but that's just the tracker not working. Cheers Kyt.
I bought this module for my Graupner MX16 40MHz Sythesizer. I installed it like shown here: http://www.rc-easy.com/shop/media/mx16Smk.pdf. Although it is different module, you will find some nice ideas.
The bind process with orange receivers works fine. The only thing I like to mention is one risk: You have to know, in which modell you have which receiver: DSM2 or DSMX. You have to switch manually to the right mode when changing between different types of receiver.
Works fine on my mx16s graupner, I installed the kit as a second emission device, using a locking 3 pos switch (on/on) that breaks the Positive and the signal (need to break both) so that the orignal 41Mhz transmittion module keeps working when 2,4ghz is off. the Orange kit is complete and fits inside the transmitter easily. The documentation is to keep somewhere as the sequence of button press and led inidication is all but straitforward. It works perfect with spectrum and orange rx receivers. highly recomend for those that appreciate their old FM radio and want to upgrade. Thanks HK !!!
If your installing this in a HiTec or Futaba, to make the channel assignments the same as the Orange RXs or Spektrum Bn'F products, there's no need to re-boot the module. While you've got the TX apart, look to where each control is plugged into the board and change them as follows............... throttle plug to elevator plug, elevator to ailerons and ailerons to throttle. Make sure you label both sides of each plug with a fine marker before you start and note that you may have to lengthen the wires if necessary on a few leads. You can cut up a servo extension if you have not small wire. This makes a great product even better.
Just received this module.
Have written an arduino test code
Works on 12 channels with the orange R1220X
Works on 9 channels with the R920X
Only one thing left, the servos only turn about 110 with the sketch I have written.
To be investigated...
Perfect. Just added this to my Turnigy 9x and now I am ready to go.
works well. had to re solder wires as they were barely attached. am haveing troubles withe it on my 9x channels dont seem to line up. but this is a great product and will be buying more.
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