The OrangeRX switchable 2.4Ghz transmitter module offers a simple and convenient way to utilize your module-based Futaba 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 power output is also selectable to 4 levels. Simply replace your stock module with this 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.
• 100% Futaba compatible (works with any Futaba 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 Futaba 5 pin module-based transmitters
2.4Ghz protocol: DSMX/DSM2/Walkera Compatible
Range: Full range system
OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2/Walkera compatible 2.4Ghz transmitter module (Futaba compatible)
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.
There are over 4 billion unique ID's assigned to OrangeRx modules.
1) This is not a Spektrum DSM2/X, Walkera product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2/X, Walkera 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.
This module is great for the Orange line of receivers but NOT for Horizon or E-Flite UMX bind n fly planes. You have to re-bind each time and it may or not work properly with UMX boards at all. Nor will it work reliably with a stock Inductrix board or a Beecore board. Binds fine but control is sketchy and unreliable. I did a full day of bench testing with many planes and quads and the only reliable connections was to the Orange DSM2 receivers. Fit and finish were fine and the channel assignment worked fine on my older Futaba 8U super.I have a UMX Pitts and the units binds OK and all of the control surfaces work well. The problem is that the motor won't arm! When I use the older Orange RX module, everything including the motor works OK using the same radio. Has anyone else seen this type of issue?The is an error in the manual. SW3 shows OFF-Auto mode & ON-Manual mode. However, in the notation under SW4, SW5, & SW6; it says "Note: Switch position will be ignored in Auto mode(when SW3 is ON)". So which is it? I think Off=Auto mode is correct. But I will need to wait and see because the first unit I was sent was defective and I'm waiting for the replacement which is why I gave it 2 crowns.The is an error in the manual. SW3 shows OFF-Auto mode & ON-Manual mode. However, in the notation under SW4, SW5, & SW6; it says "Note: Switch position will be ignored in Auto mode(when SW3 is ON)". So which is it? I think Off=Auto mode is correct. But I will need to wait and see because the first unit I was sent was defective and I'm waiting for the replacement which is why I gave it 2 crowns.BE AWARE - SW2 (AETR/TAER mapping) appears not to be recognised during bind process!!! ....... Tried binding to a a Spektrum AR636 – which registers failsafe settings during the bind process....... The ESC doesn’t “arm" at the end of the bind process (suggesting “non-zero” input), but consistently arms OK when TX power is cycled off & on again in normal mode..... The channels then map OK (e.g. Futaba CH3 throttle stick maps correctly to ch1 on the receiver).... BUT on testing RX failsafe, motor powers up / continues running....... Investigation reveals that in bind mode the TX's channels don’t appear to be re-mapped by SW2 being on - the Futaba's CH1 (aileron stick - which is, off course, at rest in mid position), is read by Channel 1 on the RX - connected to ESC - Thus the RX registers "half throttle" as the failsafe setting.... Once discovered, easily cured - hold the aileron stick hard left (in my case) during binding.Buy this to test on 3PK, it works perfectly with air receiver.. Thanks HobbyKing, now I can share my orangerx air receiver with my ground forceGood value especially in relation to to latest Futaba compatible module.Mine binds to DSM2 and DSMX Orange receivers as well as Spektrum brand receivers.
Tiny caveat remember that there is no model memory interlock so you need to be certain that correct model is selectedNice concept, i have both types of rx lying, bound them to it, easy as breezeIt is great module. I applied this module to 14sg and getting successful bind with ncpx and super cp without problem.
case of ncpx, needing to use the manual selection to dsmx protocol by jumper switch