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OrangeRx DSMX Compatible DSMX 3Ch S.Bus 2.4Ghz Rx

OrangeRx DSMX Compatible DSMX 3Ch S.Bus 2.4Ghz Rx

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Compatible con todos los transmisores de aire DSMX / DSM2.
La nueva gama de receptores DSMX3 OrangeRx se construyen con componentes originales y de MCU y con el estado de la automatización SMT para asegurar un producto de calidad cada vez.
Todos los receptores OrangeRx se prueban control de calidad antes de salir de fábrica.
El OrangeRx funciona con cualquier transmisor de 2.4Ghz Aviones Spektrum DSMX / DSM2.
El OrangeRx DSMX3 sólo 6 g de peso y de tamaño 38x21x9.5mm con el caso, Gran Medio / pequeños aviones, helicópteros y mult-rotores.

¿Cuál es S.Bus?
A diferencia de los sistemas convencionales de control de radio del sistema de comunicación de datos S.Bus utiliza para transmitir señales de control desde un receptor a un servo, giroscopio, u otros dispositivos compatibles S.Bus. Estos datos incluyen comandos como "mover el servo del canal 3 a 15 grados, mover el canal 5 de servo de 30 grados" a múltiples dispositivos. Los dispositivos S.Bus ejecutan sólo los comandos para su propio conjunto de canales. Por esta razón, puede ser utilizado por la conexión de varios servos a la misma línea de señal.

Las características clave.
Súper ligero, con 6 gramos caso.
Compatible con los sistemas DSMX / DSM2 1024/2048 radio de la aeronave y el módulo.
3 canales estándar + S.Bus (14) Canales S.Bus
Diseño compacto, solamente 38x21x9.5mm con el caso
antena de 28 mm que proporciona una excelente recepción de la señal.
Voltaje de entrada: 3.5 ~ 8.4V.
1 Puerto S.Bus - Funciona con los servos S.Bus y otros dispositivos S.Bus
A prueba de fallos: Todos los canales que unen posición en la pérdida de señal.

Garantía.
12 meses de garantía de reemplazo!

Incluido.
OrangeRx DSMX3 S.Bus DSMX receptor compatible
enchufe del lazo

*Nota:
1) Esto no es un producto Spektrum DSMX, ni es una copia de un producto Spektrum DSMX.
La marca Spektrum y DSMX es una marca comercial de EE.UU. Horizonte aficiones.
2) No se trata de un producto Spektrum falsa mercado negro subterráneo. Se garantiza la calidad OrangeRx.
3) Aceptada por el MAAA en Australia, ver el MAAA MOP58 de orientación

Visita www.orangerx.com para las noticias y actualizaciones sobre los productos OrangeRx.

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 9171000202
  • Brand Orange
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 19.0000
  • Longitud 40.00
  • Packaging Width 10.00
  • Altura 25.00
  • OrangeRX 3 Channel Receiver
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I agree with other comments that one of the channels is reversed and is a bit confusing to hook up. Shame it doesn't come with some sort of instruction sheet, I will be using it as a 3 channel glider receiver. I've used channel 3 as the 3S battery feed & an easy bind. Will see how it works in the air

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I agree with other comments that one of the channels is reversed and is a bit confusing to hook up. Shame it doesn't come with some sort of instruction sheet, I will be using it as a 3 channel glider receiver. I've used channel 3 as the 3S battery feed & an easy bind. Will see how it works in the air

la utilizzo su un auto, insieme al suo modulo.su una radio hitec pro car..per il momento perfetta!!!

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la utilizzo su un auto, insieme al suo modulo.su una radio hitec pro car..per il momento perfetta!!!

Great receiver with s-bus, but be aware
I use this receiver, both 1 and 2-antenna versions in 450 FBL-helis with excellent result. I have ESC and a s-bus-cable connected to receiver.
The s-bus cable goes to the FBL-gyro. Simple and safe cabling!
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The lable does not help in how to connect the cables to the receiver.
Missing information: Ground (black or brown) is towards the middle for all 4 connectors.
Wrong information: Ch1 and Ch2 are interchanged on the lable. I use Ch1 in my transmitter for throttle. If I connect the ESC to the connector labled Ch2 on this receiver it works just as it should.
Also missing information: Ch1 is on a top connector (lable side), s-bus is on a bottom connector.
Hundreds of flights and never failed! :)
I have used Tgy-9XR with Orange DSM-module and Taranis with DSM-module.
Both work just as they should. :)
/Bo

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Great receiver with s-bus, but be aware
I use this receiver, both 1 and 2-antenna versions in 450 FBL-helis with excellent result. I have ESC and a s-bus-cable connected to receiver.
The s-bus cable goes to the FBL-gyro. Simple and safe cabling!
But
The lable does not help in how to connect the cables to the receiver.
Missing information: Ground (black or brown) is towards the middle for all 4 connectors.
Wrong information: Ch1 and Ch2 are interchanged on the lable. I use Ch1 in my transmitter for throttle. If I connect the ESC to the connector labled Ch2 on this receiver it works just as it should.
Also missing information: Ch1 is on a top connector (lable side), s-bus is on a bottom connector.
Hundreds of flights and never failed! :)
I have used Tgy-9XR with Orange DSM-module and Taranis with DSM-module.
Both work just as they should. :)
/Bo

I picked up a handful of these at nearly 25pcnt of the list price (on sale).

First thing's first, all of the signal wires go outward. This looks wierd once plugged in, but it is what it is.

Next up, the channels are not in the same order as they are for Spektrum or the 6ch ORX receivers. Channel #1 is Aileron, #2 is Throttle and #3 is Elevator.

These are about 2/3 the size and 1/2 the thickness of the R615X.

I'll put a pair of these in the air tomorrow!

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I picked up a handful of these at nearly 25pcnt of the list price (on sale).

First thing's first, all of the signal wires go outward. This looks wierd once plugged in, but it is what it is.

Next up, the channels are not in the same order as they are for Spektrum or the 6ch ORX receivers. Channel #1 is Aileron, #2 is Throttle and #3 is Elevator.

These are about 2/3 the size and 1/2 the thickness of the R615X.

I'll put a pair of these in the air tomorrow!

Funktioniert einwandfrei, klein und top.

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Funktioniert einwandfrei, klein und top.

I purchased this due to the ability to connect to SBUS, which is especially useful when device like flight controlers make use of this standard. The reason I provide such a poor score is due the lack of ANY markings on the case to show signal or gnd/vcc. Yes, the what can vaguley be called manual show the correct rail description. And it would have not cost a cent more when the master mould for the platic case was being prepared to add a " " and "s".

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I purchased this due to the ability to connect to SBUS, which is especially useful when device like flight controlers make use of this standard. The reason I provide such a poor score is due the lack of ANY markings on the case to show signal or gnd/vcc. Yes, the what can vaguley be called manual show the correct rail description. And it would have not cost a cent more when the master mould for the platic case was being prepared to add a " " and "s".

Channel order on this receiver's S-Bus does not match Futaba's, so any device that expects Futaba ordering and doesn't have an option to remap channels can't use this receiver if it needs more than the three discrete channels. Thus far, that list includes at least the CYE TG-Multi and the DJI Naza-H.

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Channel order on this receiver's S-Bus does not match Futaba's, so any device that expects Futaba ordering and doesn't have an option to remap channels can't use this receiver if it needs more than the three discrete channels. Thus far, that list includes at least the CYE TG-Multi and the DJI Naza-H.

Fantastic item, I use them all the time. Nice feel and finish. Easy to set up and get working. G00d price and product, sweet.

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Fantastic item, I use them all the time. Nice feel and finish. Easy to set up and get working. G00d price and product, sweet.

This is a very small receiver that punches well above it weight. The 3 channel setup is nice but the receiver come alive when you use the S Bus. This lets you have many more channels and is still very new tech. Also if you just want a 4 channel you can buy one S Bus servo and plug only one into the S Bus giving you 4 channels.

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This is a very small receiver that punches well above it weight. The 3 channel setup is nice but the receiver come alive when you use the S Bus. This lets you have many more channels and is still very new tech. Also if you just want a 4 channel you can buy one S Bus servo and plug only one into the S Bus giving you 4 channels.

I tried to use this on a flying wing with elevon set up and it was not able to port enough power when I made quick full deflections. I tried the 8 channel big brother and it worked fine. These 3 channel receivers may be OK for trainers - elevator/aileron/throttle but they can't handle ELEVON and quick stick movement - they blink off and loose the conection for 1/8th of a second. I bought 3,tested 2 with ELEVON and saw the same effect. Don't buy these if you want to fly Vtail or ELEVON mixing - too much current draw I guess.

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I tried to use this on a flying wing with elevon set up and it was not able to port enough power when I made quick full deflections. I tried the 8 channel big brother and it worked fine. These 3 channel receivers may be OK for trainers - elevator/aileron/throttle but they can't handle ELEVON and quick stick movement - they blink off and loose the conection for 1/8th of a second. I bought 3,tested 2 with ELEVON and saw the same effect. Don't buy these if you want to fly Vtail or ELEVON mixing - too much current draw I guess.

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