United States
Shipped From:
  • Global

OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2/Devo 2.4GHz Selectable Transmitter Module (JR/Turnigy Compatible)

OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2/Devo 2.4GHz S...

The OrangeRX switchable 2.4Ghz transmitter module offers a simple, convenient and inexpensive way to utilize your module-based JR/Turnigy compatible transmitter. Unlike standard modules which have a fixed protocol this unit can be switched between...

Now save save $0.00 $0.00


Max Qty add to cart is -1 in one time

Suggestion Box

Please let us know if you found any issues with this product listing.
We take our customer comments very seriously and in many cases our website modifications and product updates are a result of your comments!

Price War

If you've seen a product elsewhere for a better price, please let us know! HobbyKing pride themselves on offering the best price, so if there if you see something cheaper elsewhere, let us know!


The OrangeRX switchable 2.4Ghz transmitter module offers a simple, convenient and inexpensive way to utilize your module-based JR/Turnigy compatible transmitter. Unlike standard modules which have a fixed protocol this unit can be switched between DSM2 (1024/22ms, 2048/11ms), DSMX (22ms, 11ms) or Walkera compatible protocols.

The module has 4 selectable power output levels. Simply remove your existing module, plug in the OrangeRX switchable module and you are ready to bind to any DSMX, DSM2 or Walkera compatible receivers. Another feature of this superb module is that it has selectable channel mapping for either AETR or TAER.

• Works with any JR/Turnigy compatible module-based transmitter
• 5 switchable modes: DSM2 1024/22ms, DSM2 2048/11ms, DSMX 22ms, DSMX 11ms, Walkera
• 4 switch selectable power outputs
• Easy to access bind button
• Range check mode
• Selectable channel mapping

Compatibility: Standard JR style 5 pin module-based transmitters (JR/Turnigy compatible)
2.4Ghz protocol: DSMX / DSM2 / Walkera Compatible
Input Voltage: 6 - 18VDC
Radio Type: Full range system

OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2/Devo Compatible 2.4Ghz transmitter module
2.4Ghz antenna

Please Note:
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.

Please Note:
This is not a Spektrum DSM2/X, Walkera product, neither is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2/DSMX/Walkera product. The Spektrum and DSM2 / DSMX brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA. OrangeRX products are not black market or fake Spektrum products. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed. 


Additional Information

  • Blade Count:
  • Diameter X(Inch):
  • SKU
  • Watt Hour
  • Weight(g):
  • Length:
  • Width
  • Height

Write Your Own Review

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register

This works great with orange rx receivers but no throttle on any of the recent Horizon Hobby UMX planes or Blade NanoQx that have As3x or SAFE on them.
Great Tx DSMX/DSM2 module. Works great in my JR XP8103 and my new Turnigy 9XR-Pro. Binds with Orange and Spektrum receivers with ease. Binds with DSMX and DSM2 receivers and Satellites. No complaints with this module.
It has alot of binding issues with the HH bnf's.

after sitting unused in a drawer over the winter it no longer functions at all
Hatte gehofft dass, das Devo mit meinem Modell UMX AS3Xtra von E-filte geht. Leider nein. Gaskanal geht nicht.
Not fit for TGY9X without modifications. Square hole around pins on case back is too small for 9X (9X have tall plastic pins support around metal pins). I'am cut a lot of plastic frome case to make it fit into place. I'am also have 9XR and this module fit into it without any modifications (9XR have longer pins without any plastic support).
I found this module to work well. With the Taranis, easy set up, I bound it to an integrated dsmx receiver on the quanum pico first time, and also to 1 spektrum and another orange rx.

Im using it for small stuff, so I cant speak for range, but for me its more than sufficient.

Does what it says it does.
Have had this Tx for a few months and just found out that you cannot use it unless your receivers are all the same mode ie DSM2 or DSMX. when this transmit module is set for Auto detect, it will set itself for the last mode that it bound it's last receiver to. I have 2 orange receivers, an R1020x 10ch which auto binds in DSMX mode & an R615X 6ch which auto binds in DSM2 mode so if I bind the 10ch first then the 6 channel, I can use the 6 channel but not the 10 channel. Same if I bind the 10ch last then I can't go back to the 6 ch while its in auto mode. You have to shut off the radio, remove the TX module and set it to manual & also the mode you need with the dip switches to access the receiver you did the first bind on. Older versions of this type Tx allowed you to switch modes by pressing the bind button quickly 3 times but this one doesn't work that way.
It works poorly. frequently needs to be rebound to model (sometimes just swapping a battery) other times i have to turn the external RF module on and off several times for the models to start responding to inputs
I bind it with a Spektrum DSM2 ladybird (all switches to their default value:OFF). It works as advertised. I opened the module and check the soldering with a binocular: it is clean and OK. So far, so good. Very happy for the price.
For OpenTX (2.0.17 or greater) users, the correct settings is: Protocol: PPM / Channels: 1-8 / Frame length: 22.5ms / Polarity: positive / PPM delay: 300us
Has problems binding and working with nano qx.
Using DSMX, I can get it to bind but the nano gets twitchy with inputs - many similar observations on youtube and forums.
Using DSM2, I can get it to bind in 1024/22ms mode (only switch 3 on), however, sometimes it takes several tries to bind it and the transmitter and the receiver don't remember each other from previous binds so I need to try a couple of times each time.

I hope these problems can be fixed via firmware updates soon to make this a usable product. Reports of using the transmitter with standalone receivers (both DSM2 and DSMX) seem to be fine even though I have not tried these personally.
View all reviews
Upload video

Only registered users can upload files. Please log in or register to start helping your fellow hobbyists today!

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.