Compatible with all DSM2/DSMX 2.4GHz Air transmitters and now featuring CPPM!
The OrangeRx R410X takes things to the next level by offering CPPM, true DSMX compatibility and utilizes dual antennae providing true signal reception diversity! Add to this programmable failsafe on binding, ultra fast brown-out recovery and wide voltage input range. The end result being an unbeatable value for the money aircraft receiver!
The all new CPPM functionality is an excellent feature for use with multi-rotor flight controllers such as the KK2.1, APM, MultiWii and others. This single line connection removes 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.
OrangeRx receivers are built using original components, MCUs and with state of the art SMT automation to ensure a quality product each and every time. Every R410X is manufactured using impedance matched PCBs with exact tuning to provide signal stability and range that exceeds any of the previous generation ORX products. In fact our testing has shown that the R410X exceeds the range of other receivers in the same class.
All R410X OrangeRx receivers are QC tested using our latest method that ensures range checking takes place as the receiver is programmed. Simply put, if the R410X cannot pass the range check it cannot be programmed, this ensures 100% of R410X are guaranteed to work flawlessly.
The R410X ushers in a new era of quality, reliability and performance for the OrangeRX line up.
• Super lightweight 2.7g
• Compatible with DSM2/DSMX 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems
• CPPM output allowing for single line connection with compatible CPPM devices
• Short 25mm antennae for mounting in almost any location
• Wide input voltage: 3.7~9.6V
• 4 Channels PWM/6ch CPPM
• Compact design
• Diversity Antennas built in
Channels: 4 PWM (6 CPPM)
Input voltage: 3.7~9.6V
12 Month replacement guarantee!
OrangeRx R410X DSM2/DSMX 2.4GHz compatible receiver
1) This is not a Spektrum DSM2/X product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2/X product.
The Spektrum and DSM2/X brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA.
2) This is not an underground black market fake Spektrum product. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.
The 10th review down the Reviews List is A WORD-FOR-WORD copy of the Hobby King product description. Check it out for yourself. What a loser!Confirmed to be working with Orange TX Futaba module and 3PK. TH and SW are swapped but it works great on 2s voltages.Have been using these for many years without faultI put this receiver in a Katana EDF and a Phazer KX. Took both out today with 2 other models. Both the Katana and the Phazer suffered signal loss at bad times and both planes were lost (should have learned from the first one). I did range checks on both before flights. I was about 100 yards away on both planes when they had signal loss. Stay away from this receiver. May be inexpensive but it will cost you a great deal more in the long run. BTW, I've been flying for 30 years. This was not pilot error (other than I used these receivers).I think HK have some problems with HH as they are not offering any more dsmx receivers except this one and the 615x. hopefully they'll fix this soon as the other rx is good too. back to this one. if you build small foamies or multirotors (that have cppm output in the fc) don't miss this one. very light and affordableGreat little Rx, small and neat, weighs 3gramsI got two of them. The first one (the old version which I got long time ago) had the antenna fix problem mentioned in other reviews. The new one (I received it on 30.09.2015) has this problem fixed: there is some glue/plasic additionaly fixing antennas. Thanks HK.This Rx is a great little rx to get, but the antenna nearly broke for mine, so i recommend putting some hot glue to or shrink tube to strengthen it, but overall its the perfect fit for a parkflyer, and performs very well, had no range issues whatsoever in a parkI have used this type 4ch Orange Rx with my Spektrum and Orange both radios. But this one seems sometime failed to bind and sometime can't get Tx signal, but with the older version of this kind Orange 4ch Rx has no such issue. I don't know this version is bad or I got a defective batch. Still I haven't tested how it works in real flying situation, next Sunday I hope to test this Rx and see how it works.I bought 3 of these to use in my mini multirotors. (trifecta, and 2 zmr250's) I like the ppm for one wire connection and they seem to work great. No range issues that I've experienced. I would use again.