The OrangeRx GA7003XS has all the properties and features of the original FASST compatible receivers but this one supports SBus and also includes the well tried and tested OrangeRx 3 axis stabilizer system. This stabilizer system has independent gyro gain control for aileron, elevator and rudder. This stabilizer will smooth out these 3 controls and make the model easier and much smoother to fly, especially in rough air conditions. No seperate mixer is required as this unit supports dual aileron, V tail mixing and delta mixing. They also will accept a wide range of input voltages from 3.6~8.5V which is great if you want to use LV and HV type servos.
The S.Bus functionality is an excellent feature for use with multi-rotor flight controllers such as the KK2.1, APM, MultiWii and others. These single line connections remove the weight and mess of additional wire leads for each individual channel. This is ideal for use on small frames where space is at a premium and keeps all the wiring neat. It is also very handy for large aircraft and gliders where you are using lots of servos in the wings etc and once again keeps the wiring very neat and tidy.
Compatible with the following Futaba FASST 2.4Ghz air systems such as TM7, TM8, TM10, TM14, 6EX, 7C, 8FG, 10CG, 12FG, 14SG, 18MZ etc.
• Lightweight (16g)
• Compatible with FASST 2.4Ghz air systems
• 7 channels
• Built in 3 axis stabilizer
• Dual aileron, V tail mixer, Delta mixer
• Compact design (55 x 32 x 14mm)
• Twin antenna for diversity and long range
• Specified Range: 1.5km+
• Improved anti-interference capability
• SBus output support for expanding servo channels
Input Voltage: 3.6~8.5V
Sensitivity: About -96dBM
Dimensions: 55 x 32 x 14mm
1 x OrangeRx GA7003XS receiver
1 x Plastic srewdriver for adjusting stabilizer gain
All OrangeRx receivers come with a 12 month warranty. This is not a Futaba receiver, nor is it a copy of a Futaba receiver. Futaba and FASST are trademarks of Futaba Co (JP).
Sensitivity setting is hard to set due to poor trimmer (potentiometers).
Stabilization is superb once you've set the proper sensitivity.... also, setting with transmitters is easy... Gyro switching off through ch5 is a plus.
Thumbs up... great deal!I have 4 of them. They work very well. Only problem is mini potansiometer.Used this to stabilise a Multiplex Funjet which is well known for its severe torque roll on hand launch.It now launches like a Hobbyking Phoenix,no sign of rolling. 5 stars. Just make sure every channel uses absolutely standard settings on the Transmitter. Ailerons as if it was going to be setup with Y leads on any Delta setup. After launch CH 5 is used to switch off the gyro as it is not really needed on the FunjetOMG!!!! This is by far the easiest, cleanest install and great working Gyro i ever had. Binds directly to my 18SZ and works like a charm!! My Bravado flies so smooth even in windy conditions.
Will definitely buy more!GREAT DEAL! WORKS AWSOME, EASY TO USE AND IS REALLY COOL TO MESS WITH AND TRY NEW THINGSI have received a new one. This one works perfectly. A very good product ! But 4 stars only because the first one didn't work : sorry !Arrived defective. Powers on and binds to Futaba 8FGS, but does not output anything on any channel. No servo control, no signal to ESC, doesnt matter if you use Multi or 7CH modes. Only giving two stars because HK refunded me promptly.
montage et configuration sans aucun problmeMy unit doesn't work : I bind it on my Futaba T9 but no servo moves ! I don't understand what happens. And nobody answers my RMA ...This receiver - stabilizer works well except for one issue which has been observed by at least two users now. All channels will stop working and responding to the transmitter, and no signals sent on the SBus if channel 7 has about -5pcnt input. Sometimes it will also go crazy and send large signals to other channels under this condition. It will work perfectly if channel 7 is outside the range -2pcnt to -8pcnt such as if channel 7 is exactly zeroed. This was discovered when trimming channel 7. This occurs in both 7 channel mode and multi-mode, with Futaba SG14 and Futaba SG18 transmitters and with two different receivers.
there may also be a problem under some condition on Channel 6.