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2.4ghz SuperMicro Systems - Receiver, Brushless ESC en 2 x Lineaire servo's All-in-one (5ch)

2.4ghz SuperMicro Systems - Receiver, Brushless ESC en 2 x Lineaire servo's All-in-one (5ch)

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De 2.4ghz SuperMicro All-in-één unit combineert een ontvanger, 3.5A borstelloze ESC en 2 lineaire servo's in één compacte micro-sized PCB.

Specs.
Kanalen: 5 (de output modus van de 5-kanaal kan worden geprogrammeerd)
Frequentie: 2.4Ghz
Type: FHSS
ESC: 3.5A (max 4A) geïntegreerde borstelloze
Maat: 32.6mm x 7.8mm x 24.5mm
Gewicht: 3,1 g (w / out draden)
Voltage: 3.0V ~ 4.2V (1S LiPoly)
Antenne Lengte: 30mm

Kenmerken:
Programmeerbare terminal output mode
Programmeerbare borstelloze ESC
Programmeerbare 5-kanaal
1mm JST connector
Twee extra poorten servo
Verenigbaar is met de SuperMicro enkele lineaire servo (HK1300)

inbegrepen:
1 x HK0104ARX-HBL

Vereist.
2.4Ghz SuperMicro System module

  • Sku HK0104ARX-HBL
  • Brand -
  • Capaciteit ( mAh ) -
  • Gewicht 15.0000
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I have 2 Hk0104ARX-HBL they work fine, but I am tired of chasing my tail to get power. With the apo3 4000 KV even with a 300MA 35C it hits low voltage cutoff.

So i did a test cutoff is at 3.48volts at 1.5amps thats crap. supermicro needs to fix this, thats not right

It is such a clean install with on board Brushless ESC, could you at Super Micro Fix this and maybe a two cell versions for us aggressive 3D People.

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I have 2 Hk0104ARX-HBL they work fine, but I am tired of chasing my tail to get power. With the apo3 4000 KV even with a 300MA 35C it hits low voltage cutoff.

So i did a test cutoff is at 3.48volts at 1.5amps thats crap. supermicro needs to fix this, thats not right

It is such a clean install with on board Brushless ESC, could you at Super Micro Fix this and maybe a two cell versions for us aggressive 3D People.

I have 2 Hk0104arx-hbl they work fine, but I am tired of chasing my tail to get power. With the apo3 7000 KV even with a 300MA 35C it hits low voltage cutoff

So i did a test cutoff is at 3.48volts at 1.5amps thats crap. supermicro needs to fix this, thats not right

It is such a clean install with on board Brushless ESC, could you at Super Micro Fix this and maybe a two cell versions for us aggressive 3D People.

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I have 2 Hk0104arx-hbl they work fine, but I am tired of chasing my tail to get power. With the apo3 7000 KV even with a 300MA 35C it hits low voltage cutoff

So i did a test cutoff is at 3.48volts at 1.5amps thats crap. supermicro needs to fix this, thats not right

It is such a clean install with on board Brushless ESC, could you at Super Micro Fix this and maybe a two cell versions for us aggressive 3D People.

I have 2 Hk0104arx-hbl they work fine, but I am tired of chasing my tail to get power. With the apo3 7000 KV even with a 300MA 35C it hits low voltage cutoff

7.2 volt With a APO3 4000KV wood fix the problem, Not so AMP hunger. My other Planes I use a 2cell 100MA and a APO3 4000KV and get much better performance and less weight.

It is such a clean install with on board Brushless ESC, could you at Super Micro make a two cell versions for us aggressive 3D People.

12 inch bi-Planes 22.1 G. I will try to send a pic.

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I have 2 Hk0104arx-hbl they work fine, but I am tired of chasing my tail to get power. With the apo3 7000 KV even with a 300MA 35C it hits low voltage cutoff

7.2 volt With a APO3 4000KV wood fix the problem, Not so AMP hunger. My other Planes I use a 2cell 100MA and a APO3 4000KV and get much better performance and less weight.

It is such a clean install with on board Brushless ESC, could you at Super Micro make a two cell versions for us aggressive 3D People.

12 inch bi-Planes 22.1 G. I will try to send a pic.

he comprado tres cosas de estas , pero las conexiones de los servos son se 1 mm de paso ...donde se consiguen los conectores ?????



I bought three of these things, but the connections are servo is 1 mm path ... where they get the connectors???



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he comprado tres cosas de estas , pero las conexiones de los servos son se 1 mm de paso ...donde se consiguen los conectores ?????



I bought three of these things, but the connections are servo is 1 mm path ... where they get the connectors???



Hi,
How can i connect and bind it to my Turnigy 9x system. is there any separate module or DIY kit available for this micro system. i have both stock module and installed frsky module in my turnigy 9x.

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Hi,
How can i connect and bind it to my Turnigy 9x system. is there any separate module or DIY kit available for this micro system. i have both stock module and installed frsky module in my turnigy 9x.

Gene: read the manual there nothing wrong with your ESC.
It's kinda screwie the way they have you connect the ESC.

I have the HK104RX-S Receiver and the MFX600J Module. I tried to bind the Flysky CT6B, 9x and the gt3B none will bind. nor will Airtronics FHSS TX's, In the center of all of the TX modules there are 3 pins mark - S. I removed my electronics from the module and installed mine in a old 72 mhz fm airtronics VG6DR and a newer 72 mhz FM helimax 5 channel TX. Both installs work with no problems. They binded and had no delay or jitter in either transmitter. Most people have no clue you can remove the electronics from the TX module and install them in most any FM Transmitter with a PCM signal.

Carl

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Gene: read the manual there nothing wrong with your ESC.
It's kinda screwie the way they have you connect the ESC.

I have the HK104RX-S Receiver and the MFX600J Module. I tried to bind the Flysky CT6B, 9x and the gt3B none will bind. nor will Airtronics FHSS TX's, In the center of all of the TX modules there are 3 pins mark - S. I removed my electronics from the module and installed mine in a old 72 mhz fm airtronics VG6DR and a newer 72 mhz FM helimax 5 channel TX. Both installs work with no problems. They binded and had no delay or jitter in either transmitter. Most people have no clue you can remove the electronics from the TX module and install them in most any FM Transmitter with a PCM signal.

Carl

I recieved two last week and for the life of me, cannot get the esc portion of the receiver/servo to work. I guess I have ended up with two that are only good for a small unpowered glider. You pays your money and takes your chances!

Gene

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I recieved two last week and for the life of me, cannot get the esc portion of the receiver/servo to work. I guess I have ended up with two that are only good for a small unpowered glider. You pays your money and takes your chances!

Gene

I got this Rx together with the HK-MFX600-F/H Tx module for my Hitec Eclipse7. 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 3.34g. After I soldered a motor connector to the pads at the edge of the Rx, it weighed 3.49g. The battery connector fits the 1S Minium-style cells as is. Servo travel is around 3.5mm in each direction. I'm happy to say that after binding it correctly the second time in the internal Brushless ESC mode, I was able to get my BL motor controllable. 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. Overall this Rx looks promising, though I have not flown it yet.

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I got this Rx together with the HK-MFX600-F/H Tx module for my Hitec Eclipse7. 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 3.34g. After I soldered a motor connector to the pads at the edge of the Rx, it weighed 3.49g. The battery connector fits the 1S Minium-style cells as is. Servo travel is around 3.5mm in each direction. I'm happy to say that after binding it correctly the second time in the internal Brushless ESC mode, I was able to get my BL motor controllable. 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. Overall this Rx looks promising, though I have not flown it yet.

Received and looks ok. Comes in a closed antistatic bag. Not tryied it yet because have no TX at the moment.

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Received and looks ok. Comes in a closed antistatic bag. Not tryied it yet because have no TX at the moment.

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