Le 2.4ghz SuperMicro All-in-one unité combine un récepteur, 2A brossé ESC, et 2 x servos linéaires dans un PCB de taille micro compact.
ESC: 2A intégrée brossé
Taille: 45,00 mm x 7.80mm x 18.10mm
Poids: 2.7g (w / out fils)
Voltage: 3.0V ~ 4.2V (1S Lipoly)
Antenne Longueur: 30mm
mode de la borne de sortie programmable
connecteur JST 1mm
Deux ports servomoteurs supplémentaires
Compatible avec le seul servo linéaire SuperMicro (HK1300)
Compatible avec le brushless ESC SuperMicro (HK030)
1 x HK0104ARX-L Tout-en-une unité
2.4Ghz Module Système SuperMicro
I had the same problem a crafter - the ESC would not run a brushed motor no matter what I did or how I programmed things. I have no small brushless to test with so it's a bad deal in my opinion. Poorly written manual, also.The Rx comes in an anti-static bag, with no instructions. I highly recommend downloading the manual from the "Files" tab
above, as it covers both the Tx modules and all the Rx in this range. As shown, my Rx weighed 3.04g. The battery connector fits the 1S Minium-style cells as is. Servo travel is around 3.5mm in each direction. This Rx supposedly has a built-in
brushed motor controller, but I think that's a lie! Regardless of which ESC mode I bound my Tx, I could not get my brushed motor to work. Bound in the 'external ESC' mode however, I was able to control an external Brushless ESC/motor via the motor connector. The included motor connector is tiny and may be hard to find a compatible one. I make my own. There are 2 points which will take 1mm screws for mounting this Rx. The antenna is a thin insulated wire, and I would advise strengthening its solder point with a bead of hot-melt glue. The max width of this Rx is 18.2mm, which should suit narrow-body models. I give it only 2 stars for the fact that the brushed motor controller does not work. HK should either tell us how to get the motor controller to work (int. brushed mode), or warn buyers about this fact and reduce its price.