Reciever for TURNIGY 9X transmitter (V2). Get that locked-in feeling that only 2.4Ghz glitch free technology can provide. Ultra fast reaction times and interference free control of your model is only achievable with this 2.4Ghz technology.
Spec. Dimensions: 52x35x15mm Weight: 18g
Note: Only RX-9X8Cv2 receiver is comptible with TX-9X(v2) transmitter module.
Did you bind it? Just in case: Insert the special cable (loop) in the file "BATTERY". Connect the receiver battery to the receiver in position 'BIND and wait until the LED flashes red. Press the button 'Test Range bind' on the transmission module (back of radio) and, without
releasing it, turn on the transmitter, the LED will stop flashing and remain lit constantly.
Release the button and turn off the radio module. Then remove the special cord and
disconnect the receiver battery, the receiver is ready. Make a test with a servo.
Having trouble getting rx to bind to my 9xr tx I'm using orange xr module to suit jr/turnigy
I have plugged esc into bind plug and bind plug into bat and led flashes then I hold down bind button on 9xr and turn it on and wait then it beeps and green light on orange jr/turnigy module goes solid green but led on rx is still flashing !! I brought orange orx flight stabiliser at same time and that binded strait away to 9xr ........ Does anyone know how to bind to jr propo rd721 rx ? Where does the bind plug go to bind it ...
i all, anyone can help me, I need to know that I have to install ubec for a HK 500 GT, MG930x4 servos, receiver 9x, 65th ESC, Motor Typhoon 500 1800 kv, Turnigy brand all.
Waiting for your help
If you already have your ESC delivered then connect it to the battery (and to the motor) and check with multimeter what's going on on control wire - you should have 5V between black and red wires. If you don't have - you will need UBEC for receiver and servos. Oh, you can just read what's typed on your ESC or it's manual. If there's something about BEC or 5V - you have it already. Actually most of turnigy ESCs have BEC inside.
NO WAY!!! If you have ESC with built-in BEC it will give pure 5V thru control wire. So you can connect any suitable battery to ESC and it will work. If your ESC doesn't have BEC (or you don't use ESC) - you should buy UBEC separately.
Don't try to power it with anything more than 6v and you will burn it. I myself lost one after connecting it to a 2s battery. If you don't have a BEC in your ESC, try this UBEC TURNIGY 3A UBEC w/ Noise Reduction.
these are good but a litle big bought two one did not work at all the other still going strong no glitches nothing
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For some time now I have it ordered, but not in stock. As well as transmitters. Excellent product at a reasonable price, but unavailable. I give only four crowns.
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HOW TO BIND NEW RECIVER: 1. Ignore the "BIND" and BAT order, 2. Plug Battery into BIND pins 3. Plug bind cord (cable) into BAT pins red led will start flashing 4. Hold the "BIND RANGE BUTTON" on TX 5. Turn ON the TX (hold still button). 6. Red LED will stay ON, Turn Off TX, unplug battery, remove bind cord. Thats all :)
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hc is this a dms or a frequency hopping or single frequency reciever what is its ranage no fail safe and no instruction on how to bind great for the price but safe for park flying only .specification please