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OrangeRx abierto LRS 433 MHz TX módulo 100mW (JR / Turnigy compatibles)

OrangeRx abierto LRS 433 MHz TX módulo 100mW (JR / Turnigy compatibles)

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El nuevo módulo TX todas OrangeRX Abiertas LRS es un módulo transmisor de código abierto que puede ser programado para utilizar el tipo de protocolo y cualquier canal en el rango de 400 ~ 460MHz. Es un sistema transmisor de RF totalmente personalizable por el usuario. Incluso se puede programar para utilizar las características adicionales, tales como telemetría cuando se utiliza con el módulo OrangeRX OpenLRS Rx.

El OrangeRX abierto LRS TX Módulo una unidad muy versátil perfecto para sus proyectos personalizados.
Se utiliza una unidad de 100mW RFM22B RF y el procesador Atmega328 con Arduino Bootloader que le permite cargar los códigos pre-escrito o escribir su propia para adaptarse a sus necesidades del transmisor.

El código por defecto utiliza 3 canales de salto de frecuencia. Si desea utilizar un protocolo diferente, puede escribir sus propios códigos de lupulación o simplemente descargar uno de los muchos juegos de códigos OpenLRS pre-escritos que ya están disponibles.

caracteristicas:
• Soporte de 3.3v FTDI para una fácil programación (no utilice los adaptadores de serie 5V / AVRISP)
• puerto serie para una carga de firmware y la aplicación de telemetría
• Puerto I2C para aplicaciones de sensores (Wii Motion Plus Headtracker basados)
• Procesador de 16 MHz Atmega328 con Arduino Pro Mini cargador de arranque compatibles.
• Regulador de tensión de 3,3 voltios LM2937
• conector UFL entre el PCB y la antena
• Zumbador para información audible
• RFM22B unidad transceptora incluyendo chip de Si4432 con salida 0-100mW configurable, capacidad de salto de frecuencia y cientos de características

Especificaciones:
Compatibilidad: 5 pines JR compatibles transmisores basados ​​en módulos
Frecuencia: 433 MHz
Entrada de tensión: 6,8 ~ 12VDC
IC: ATmega328P
Potencia: 100mW
Rango: Sistema completo Gama

incluye:

OrangeRx Módulo OpenLRS Tx (JR / Turnigy compatibles)
Antena

* Nota: La configuración y el uso de LRS abierto requiere conocimientos de programación de ordenadores y experiencia básica Arduino. Este no es un sistema "plug and play". Ver el documento adjunto en la pestaña "Archivos" de recursos en información de programación, descargas de firmware y más.

* Nota: LRS Abiertas utiliza el soporte 3.3v FTDI, NO use un adaptador de serie 5V / AVRISP o puede ocurrir daño.

* Nota: Este no es un producto original de marca Arduino.

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) 9171000146
  • Brand Orange
  • Capacidad ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 59.0000
  • Longitud 100.00
  • Packaging Width 40.00
  • Altura 70.00
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Great deal for a transmitter. I replaced the module with a 1W transceiver chip and have considerably better range. Really make sure to use a 3.3V FTDI programmer. Not the programmer they recommend, it doesn't work.

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Great deal for a transmitter. I replaced the module with a 1W transceiver chip and have considerably better range. Really make sure to use a 3.3V FTDI programmer. Not the programmer they recommend, it doesn't work.

Excellent price and plug and play

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Excellent price and plug and play

Works great. Needs to be modded to send telemetry back to my taranis, but its an easy mod (just add a signal inverter). Would have been nice for this to be included with a jumper on the board.

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Works great. Needs to be modded to send telemetry back to my taranis, but its an easy mod (just add a signal inverter). Would have been nice for this to be included with a jumper on the board.

I'm a fan open Open-anything, this module does what I need it to do and there is plenty of forum coverage on how to program this module as well as a lot of config examples.

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I'm a fan open Open-anything, this module does what I need it to do and there is plenty of forum coverage on how to program this module as well as a lot of config examples.

with antennas that includes, telemetry enabled, and optimal configuration of frequency hopping, from 30 meters lose packets and 50 meters to failsafe.

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with antennas that includes, telemetry enabled, and optimal configuration of frequency hopping, from 30 meters lose packets and 50 meters to failsafe.

Excellent product, highly configurable with many options (if you mount the openlrs firmware) . I'm using it to control servos using Arduino through ppm signal.

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Excellent product, highly configurable with many options (if you mount the openlrs firmware) . I'm using it to control servos using Arduino through ppm signal.

Excellent product, highly configurable with many options (if you mount the openlrs firmware) . I'm using it to control servos using Arduino through ppm signal.

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Excellent product, highly configurable with many options (if you mount the openlrs firmware) . I'm using it to control servos using Arduino through ppm signal.

Good knock off the original from F l y tron. Can easily be flashed with OpenLRSng. Look for the Google Chrome app. Cut out a slot in the back of the module to access the FTDI header. One cool feature is the beacon. Once set up, it will transmit the 5 'Close encounter of the third kind' tones when you cut the transmitter. You use a cheap walkie talkie to pick the signal. The 5 tones are sent at different power levels to help you localise your model.

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Good knock off the original from F l y tron. Can easily be flashed with OpenLRSng. Look for the Google Chrome app. Cut out a slot in the back of the module to access the FTDI header. One cool feature is the beacon. Once set up, it will transmit the 5 'Close encounter of the third kind' tones when you cut the transmitter. You use a cheap walkie talkie to pick the signal. The 5 tones are sent at different power levels to help you localise your model.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkSYLHrE6gU

Test with turnigy 9xr and orange open lrs. 2 km so far with good rssi the newest firmware and better antennas.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkSYLHrE6gU

Test with turnigy 9xr and orange open lrs. 2 km so far with good rssi the newest firmware and better antennas.

Careful with this, it seems to be decent, but you need to flash it yourself or it won't work a tiny bit. Also, the picture shows an SMA female connector on the module (with an SMA male on the antenna I reckon), but mine came with an RP-SMA MALE on the module, of course with an SMA male on the antenna. Rather stupid.

Then again, wouldn't really trust the stock antenna on this anyway, it's better to just go ahead and upgrade to a 1/2 wave antenna (HK sells the RMilec one, I ordered one of those to see how it goes).

Can't beat the price, and it'll do the job once you make the necessary modifications. Do keep these things in mind though!

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Careful with this, it seems to be decent, but you need to flash it yourself or it won't work a tiny bit. Also, the picture shows an SMA female connector on the module (with an SMA male on the antenna I reckon), but mine came with an RP-SMA MALE on the module, of course with an SMA male on the antenna. Rather stupid.

Then again, wouldn't really trust the stock antenna on this anyway, it's better to just go ahead and upgrade to a 1/2 wave antenna (HK sells the RMilec one, I ordered one of those to see how it goes).

Can't beat the price, and it'll do the job once you make the necessary modifications. Do keep these things in mind though!

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