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OrangeRx Ouvrir LRS 433MHz TX Module 100mW (JR / Turnigy compatible)

OrangeRx Ouvrir LRS 433MHz TX Module 100mW (JR / Turnigy compatible)

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Les toutes nouvelles OrangeRx ouvertes LRS Module TX est un module émetteur open source qui peut être programmé pour utiliser votre choix du protocole et de tout canal dans la gamme de 400 ~ de 460MHz. Il est un système d'émetteur RF entièrement personnalisable par l'utilisateur. Il peut même être programmé pour utiliser des fonctionnalités supplémentaires telles que la télémétrie lorsqu'il est utilisé avec le module OrangeRx OpenLRS Rx.

Le OrangeRx Ouvrir LRS TX Module une unité très polyvalente idéale pour vos projets personnalisés.
Il utilise une unité 100mW RFM22B RF et un processeur Atmega328 avec Arduino Bootloader vous permettant de télécharger des codes pré-écrits ou écrivez votre propre pour répondre à vos besoins de l'émetteur.

Le code par défaut utilise la fréquence 3 saut de canal. Si vous souhaitez utiliser un protocole différent, vous pouvez écrire vos propres codes Hopping ou simplement télécharger l'un des nombreux OpenLRS pré-écrite des jeux de codes déjà disponibles.

Caractéristiques:
• Prise en charge de 3.3v FTDI pour une programmation facile (NE PAS utiliser 5V adaptateurs série / AVRISP)
• Port série pour le firmware téléchargement et l'application de télémétrie
• Port I2C pour les applications de capteurs (Wii Motion Plus Headtracker base)
• Processeur 16Mhz Atmega328 avec Arduino bootloader compatible Pro Mini.
• régulateur de tension de 3.3v de LM2937
• connecteur UFL entre PCB et de l'antenne
• Buzzer pour information sonore
• RFM22B unité émetteur-récepteur incluant puce Si4432 avec sortie 0-100mW configurable, la fréquence capacité de saut et des centaines de fonctionnalités

Spécifications:
Compatibilité: émetteurs basés modules compatibles 5 broches JR
Fréquence: 433MHz
Entrée de tension: 6,8 ~ 12VDC
IC: ATmega328P
Puissance: 100mW
Gamme: système Gamme complète

Comprend:

OrangeRx OpenLRS Tx Module (JR / Turnigy compatible)
Antenne

* Remarque: La configuration et l' utilisation de l' Open LRS nécessite des compétences en informatique de programmation et de l' expérience Arduino de base. Ce n'est pas un système "plug and play". Voir le document ci-joint sous l'onglet "Fichiers" pour les ressources sur information de programmation, les téléchargements de firmware et plus encore.

* Note: LRS ouvert utilise le soutien 3.3v de FTDI, NE PAS utiliser un adaptateur / ou des dommages AVRISP 5V série se produira.

* Note: Ce ne sont pas un produit original de marque Arduino.

  • UGS 9171000146
  • Brand Orange
  • Capacité ( mAh ) -
  • Poids 59.0000
  • Longueur 100.00
  • Packaging Width 40.00
  • la taille 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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