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Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2)

Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2)

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.


PRODUCT ID: RX-9X8Cv2

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Price

$8.99

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alessandro  5 points - 9/11/2016
 
Grazie per i vostri consigli. Thank you.
 Giorgio 135 points
Alessandro, aggiungo alla risposta di v_max che puoi controllare l'operazione di bind: accendi la ricevente con il ponticello di bind inserito (bind plug) e vedrai in trasparenza nella ricevente un led rosso che lampeggia velocemente. Poi accendi la radio tenendo premuto il bottone che si trova dietro al modulo TX. A questo punto il led rosso diventa acceso fisso indicando che l'operazione di bind si è* conclusa correttamente. Ricorda però* che devi spegnere sia la ricevente che la radio e rimuovere il ponticello prima del normale utilizzo. Ciao Giorgio
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 alessandro 5 points
Ciao Giorgio, grazie della precisa ed esauriente risposta.
Trigger07  19 points - 9/10/2016
 
Does this receiver come WITH a bind plug? Otherwise, I don't have a bind plug for this receiver! Please Help,
 v_max 5613 points
Yes, bind plug is included in package..
 NewToHobbyKing 17206 points
Trigger WHY. If you have a 2.4 Rc System, then you must have a bind plug somewhere!! I have so many! I can send you one, if you send me a stamped addressed envelope. But as V says yes it does come with a bind plug!
 Trigger07 19 points
z_max NewToHobbyKing, yeah I figured I was a loner on this issue because I lost the binder to my first and only receiver. I'm fairly new in actually building models with my own setup and right now I'm working on my first build on my own without physical help from experienced builders. So simply put, I never binded a receiver myself yet! Anyways thanks for the friendly support! Lol If I give you my address would you also send me a gift card??
 NewToHobbyKing 17206 points
Hay what sort. I have a few 9g servo I got to try out! If you send me a return address Stamped Envelop I can send you a couple of bind plugs and a servo. Do not share any thing (Public). Members Forum is where this is all done Via "PS".
 Giorgio 135 points
You can do the bind plug by yourself. ite is very simple. you only need to connect the ground and the signal pin of the bind socket on the receiver. You can use, for example, an broken servo cable and connect the groud cable (usually black) with the signal cable (usually White). Then use this as bind plug. Thats all. Ciao Giorgio
 alessandro 5 points
Grazie mille.
 NewToHobbyKing 17206 points
Yes but why make them when I have LOTS to give away!
alessandro  5 points - 9/6/2016
 
good evening. I bought a radio control with receiver "Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitter w / Module & 8ch Receiver (Mode 2) (v2 Firmware)". So far it has worked well. Some time ago, wanting to have a spare receiver, I purchased the "Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2)". This receiver instead, it never worked. I talked this problem to Hobby King and I would have to send the video to prove the fault. However since I have moved changing room, in the confusion I have not had time to do it. Since I intend to buy a spare receiver for my radio, I would first ask a few questions: A new receiver can be operated with a remote control "Turnigy 9X 9Ch" already bought and ran the "binding" with its original receiver? To run the "binding" just follow the instructions in the manual, or is there some more information? Only one remote control can control two receivers? not simultaneously but one at a time? I ask this because before you make another purchase I'd like to be sure. Thank you.
 NewToHobbyKing 17206 points
Alessandro when I bought my Turnigy9XV2 Rc System it all worked straight out of the box (others say you need to do a bind). So I did not need to carry out a BIND till I I bought my first spare Receiver. So I can maybe see where you are coming from. I wish some one had told me this at the start. Go to You Tubes and see the great videos on Bind also on the Setups. It is a whole much easier than a whole lot of words from me. Please have a LOOK!
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 v_max 5613 points
1. yes this one will will bind to t9x
2. yes you are binging RX to transmitter so you can bind as many receivers to one tx as you need
. 3. Yes, binding is very simple just read and follow instructions exactly. Note you need to press and HOLD bind button on TX WHILE turning power on. Same on RX side. plug in bind plug BEFORE powering RX.
 alessandro 5 points
Thank you.
Guy  5 points - 9/2/2016
 
Thanks for your answer NewToHobbyKing, I have discovered that I need to order a separate battery pack with the correct connection.
 v_max 5613 points
No. not necessary.. MOST (not all) ESCs have build-in 5V BEC. If your one have, then RX will be powered through 3 wire signal connector of ESC..( this 3 wires are signal,5v,gnd colored as yellow,red,black) You only need to connect this signal 3 wires connector CORRECTLY... Ground pins are in bottom row, So connect this connector to desired channel with black wire to bottom side. Middle row is 5v pins.. all ground pins are connected and all 5v pins are connected.. so dosn't matter where you connect power, on any channel or to dedicated bat connector. This dedicated bat connector only needed if your ESC do not have build-in BEC.. Then you need to connect separate BEC (or separate 4xNiMH RX(!) power pack) 5v and GND to any channel or bat pins.. BAT is preferable in this case as battery as all channel connectors remains free...
 NewToHobbyKing 17206 points
No Guy show us what you have. Please. I just wanted you to step out for your self.. Your ESC should have a uBec (but I need to see it). The BASIC is: Motor - ESC (with ubec) - Battery. Only the ESC is plugged into the Receiver!! ONLY ONLY And that should work. . If every thing is correct the motor should work with Tx
Guy  5 points - 9/2/2016
 
How do I connect the Turnigy 9X8Cv2 receiver (esc?) battery power from a Turnigy Nano-Tech 1.3 1300mah. battery. The battery has a 4pin socket with red/white/blue and black cable. Is there and adapter cord I can buy and what part no. is it.
 NewToHobbyKing 17206 points
Guy so manu different setup so many connectors. Yes Hobby King has adapters. But you to You Tubes first. See what the setup is. It is not really that hard!
 v_max 5613 points
NewToHobbyKing.. you make DANGEROUS advices. Guy, has 3S receiver.. it's around 12v.. No way to power this RX directly from 3S lipo with a simple adapter without firing it...
Guy, you need either ESC with build-in 5v BEC or if your ESC have no BEC then you need separate 5v bec to power this rx.
 v_max 5613 points
Oooops, I mean 3S lipo battery... not receiver as I misstyped... sorry...
 NewToHobbyKing 17206 points
Yes that is why I said go to You Tubes. I have no IDEA if Guy is a Newbie or a Old Wizard! Yes he need a uBec but he already said he had a ESC so rather that trying to tell him (like I have in the past and upset every one). I figure he must know the Running Voltage for the Turnigy9XV2 Receiver is (as printed on the Rx) 4.5v to 6.5v only (not 7v not 7.4v or 11.1v).
 NewToHobbyKing 17206 points
The BASIC is: Motor - ESC (with ubec) - Battery. Only the ESC is plugged into the Receiver!! ONLY ONLY And that should work. . If every thing is correct the motor should work with Transmitter (Tx).
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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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lublub
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4 thumbs up!
I am very satisfied with this unit ... I ordered it like five, and five operate.

how do you lose the range of 100 m? you have made several tests?

At the range I could be tested only 3 for now but the three were perfect (almost invisible models) ZERO problem.

This module weight 19grammes. if we remove the box and two screws, its total weight is 9grammes.

it is also possible to unsolder the connection plate and solder directly servos wires on the rx ( lot of place, very easy ).The final weight drops to 7 grams


definitely a great product

lub



Je suis trs satisfait de ce module...j'en ai command 5 comme celui-ci et les 5 fonctionnent.

comment faites vous pour perdre la porte 100 m? vous avez effectu plusieurs tests ?

Au niveau de la porte je n'ai pu en tester que 3 pour le moment mais les 3 taient parfaits ( modeles presque plus visibles ) ZERO probleme.

ce module pse 19grammes. si l'on enlve l'emballage grce deux visses, son poids total est de 9grammes.

il est galement possible de dessouder la platine de connection et de souder directement les fils des servos sur la carte electronique.Le poids descend 7 grammes


dfinitivement un excellent produit

lub


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BartekM
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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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hobit22
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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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soebhemo
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just tested it...good range, complete features just like any other expensive tx ! yet the price is so affordable.. but have been waiting long enough for the additional rx to back in stock...you should hurry HobbyKing on prepring the rx ! 'coz the waiting list is getting higher.


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