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OrangeRx R415 DSM2 Compatible 4Ch Micro 2.4Ghz Receiver

OrangeRx R415 DSM2 Compatible 4Ch Micro 2.4Ghz Receiver

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R415
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Compatible with all DSM2 transmitters.

A perfect small foamie or indoor receiver. Super small and very light!
The new range of OrangeRx receivers are built using original components and MCU's and with state of the art SMT automation to ensure a quality product each and every time.
All OrangeRx receivers are QC tested before leaving the factory.
The OrangeRx will work with ANY DSM2 compatible 2.4Ghz transmitter

The OrangeRx R415 4ch Micro is only 2.0g in weight and 29x15x8mm in size. Great for Micro planes, indoor foamies and small parkflyers.

Key features.
Super light weight 2.0g!
Voltage: 3.6~9v
Compatible with DSM2 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems
4 Channels
Compact design 29x15x8mm
Short 29mm antenna for mounting in almost any location.
Micro Molex 3 Pin conectors with 1.25mm Spacing

Included.
OrangeRx R415 4ch Micro DSM2 Compatible receiver

*Note:
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.
3) Accepted by the MAAA in Australia, see the MAAA MOP58 for guidance

  • SKU R415
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 29.0000
  • Length 59.00
  • Width 5.00
  • Height 45.00
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I bought 4 of this receiver, only 1 work. The other 3 has a brownout issue and crashed my brand new plane. Always do range test first before flying and don't use the receiver if it failed on range test. I already crashed my plane before I learned this. I hope this will not happen to others. The good thing is hk gave me credit points for all 3 that have failed. Unfortunately I crashed my aircore airframe because of it.

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I bought 4 of this receiver, only 1 work. The other 3 has a brownout issue and crashed my brand new plane. Always do range test first before flying and don't use the receiver if it failed on range test. I already crashed my plane before I learned this. I hope this will not happen to others. The good thing is hk gave me credit points for all 3 that have failed. Unfortunately I crashed my aircore airframe because of it.

small compact dsm 2compatible! im using it for small indoor toys

micro

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small compact dsm 2compatible! im using it for small indoor toys

micro

Small and light receiver. Suited for micro servo connector sold here. Ex. HK-5330. Work from 3V up.

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Small and light receiver. Suited for micro servo connector sold here. Ex. HK-5330. Work from 3V up.

Nice little receiver, I've bought a few of these. The HK micro 1.7g servos plug straight in (micro-Molex 'picoblade' connectors) and the pin assignments are shown on the label of the Rx so you can check that your servos match the pinout.

Beware the relatively high minimum operating voltage for 1S applications - I've used these in gliders, with just the servo loads to worry about, and had no problems at all with brownouts or range on 1S, but if you're also driving a motor, most ESCs don't cut the throttle until the voltage drops to around 3.0V, and this Rx is only specified to run down to 3.6v.

HK sell a voltage booster that can (allegedly) supply about an amp at 5.0v from 1S, but if you want to supply the receiver via that and the servos/ESC straight from the LiPo, you'll need to sort out level matching on the signal connections. For 1S powered models with motors, the SuperMicro range of receivers sold by HK now include some DSM2 models with built-in ESC etc, which cost more but probably work out simpler.

Overall, these little receivers are brilliant value and perform very well.

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Nice little receiver, I've bought a few of these. The HK micro 1.7g servos plug straight in (micro-Molex 'picoblade' connectors) and the pin assignments are shown on the label of the Rx so you can check that your servos match the pinout.

Beware the relatively high minimum operating voltage for 1S applications - I've used these in gliders, with just the servo loads to worry about, and had no problems at all with brownouts or range on 1S, but if you're also driving a motor, most ESCs don't cut the throttle until the voltage drops to around 3.0V, and this Rx is only specified to run down to 3.6v.

HK sell a voltage booster that can (allegedly) supply about an amp at 5.0v from 1S, but if you want to supply the receiver via that and the servos/ESC straight from the LiPo, you'll need to sort out level matching on the signal connections. For 1S powered models with motors, the SuperMicro range of receivers sold by HK now include some DSM2 models with built-in ESC etc, which cost more but probably work out simpler.

Overall, these little receivers are brilliant value and perform very well.

A fantastic little RX! I used this, paired with Hobbyking 3A Single Cell ESC (Product=11885), to convert a Ky0sh0 minium warbird which had numerous TX/RX issues. Was fairly close to a PNP refit.

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A fantastic little RX! I used this, paired with Hobbyking 3A Single Cell ESC (Product=11885), to convert a Ky0sh0 minium warbird which had numerous TX/RX issues. Was fairly close to a PNP refit.

Very good receiver, good quality....

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Very good receiver, good quality....

bon produit rein a dire

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perfect little receiver for my 900mm mini DLG glider. using Molex to servo-lead adapters. runs on 1s or 2s Lipos. outputs were lableld correctly. had to have power to battery input in order to bind. very nice. Roger

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perfect little receiver for my 900mm mini DLG glider. using Molex to servo-lead adapters. runs on 1s or 2s Lipos. outputs were lableld correctly. had to have power to battery input in order to bind. very nice. Roger

worked a treat but no leads available.

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worked a treat but no leads available.

This receiver is worthless. It's impossible to bind the receiver to a Spektrum DM8 HF Module. I tried 2 different R415 without success. After long brainstorming with other users I can exclude all other error sources.

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This receiver is worthless. It's impossible to bind the receiver to a Spektrum DM8 HF Module. I tried 2 different R415 without success. After long brainstorming with other users I can exclude all other error sources.

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