Compatible with all Spektrum DSM2 Air transmitters. The new range of OrangeRx R910 receivers are built using original components and MCU's and with state of the art SMT automation to ensure a quality product each and every time. All OrangeRx receivers are QC tested before leaving the factory. The OrangeRx will work with ANY Aircraft Spektrum DSM2 2.4Ghz transmitter. The OrangeRx 9ch is only 14g in weight and 46x30x14mm in size with case, Great for medium/small planes & heli's, right up to large scale models.
Key features. Super light weight 14g grams with case. Compatible with DSM2 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems. 9 Channels Analog & Digital servo Compact design 38mm x 26mm x 9mm, with case 46 x 30.7 x 14mm. Single 195mm antenna for mounting in almost any location. Input voltage: 3.7~9.6V. 2 x Satellite port included. TWIN SATELLITE PORTS 1 Port S.BUS OUT - Works with S.BUS servos and GY750. Failsafe: All channels to bind position at signal loss.
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Included. OrangeRx R910 DSM2 Compatible receiver
NOTE: 1) Accepted by the MAAA in Australia, see the MAAA MOP58 for guidance 2) This is not a Spektrum receiver, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum Receiver. The Spektrum brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA. 3) Price of this receiver may fluctuate (up or down) due to cost of electronic components. 4) This is not an underground manufactured fake Spektrum receiver. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.
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Just bought 2 of these to replace faulty R615. Bought the 910 as the 620 were out of stock Connected as per the advice in this forum. The model has an esc throttle cable but also a BEC to the aux. Connected and when connecting the battery no light apart from a quick flicker showed. Tried to bind and the light flashed but would not bind. Tried the 2nd and same thing. In frustration tried a 620 I already had and it did bind immediately. Have I bought 2 non working receivers or have I overlooked anything. Any help would be great
Don't think so, the original Spektrum Rxs that are compatible with telemetry have the data port with the bind port. This one supports S.BUS where the data port should be, so I would say it is not compatible with the telemetry module.
HEYCAN ANY ONE UNDERSTAND HOW TO GET THE PRE SET FAILSAFE TO TAKE?I POWER THE RX IT FLASHES ,I REMOVE THE BIND PLUG, THEN i POWER THE RADIO WITH THE SETTINGS I WANT TO USE, AND THE RX JUST QUITS BLINKING SLOW AND THEN NO LIGHT!
I SHUT THE RX OFF(REMOVE BATTERY)
I POWER THE RX AND NOTHING NO LIGHT AND NO CONTROLS.
I BIND IT LIKE ALL MY OTHER RX AND IT TAKES, THE PROBLEM IS THAT WHEN i TEST THE FAIL SAFE BY TURNING OFF THE RADIO AND THE RX SAFE MODE WORKS, BUT WHEN I POWER THE RADIO BACK ON THE FLIGHT SURFACES ARE OUT BY 1/4 INCH AILERONS AND THE RUDDER. SO I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO FIX THIS?
READ THE MANUAL IT TALKS ABOUT THE S,BUS DOES THE SAME SLOW BLINKING, COME ON hobby king BUILD A MANUEL THAT MAKES SENSE!!!!!!
A couple of questions, (1)is this PCM? (2)failsafe, it says 'll channels to bind position at signal loss'. Can failsafe be programmed via tx. I want to use RTH feature on a NAZA controller. If failsafe is fixed to bind position, that would mean motors would shut down, not helpful on my quad!
Not PCM. PCM is an old FM protocol.
You can set the failsafe by setting the sticks to where you want them at failsafe & then bind. If failsafe kicks in it will hold that position. Can you disconnect motors to bind with throttle on then reconnect?
PPM and PCM apparently still applies with 2.4 stuff. look at tx's for example, most have a switchable option.
I currently don't have spektrum stuff so can't answer your question. My question was to determine my decision whether or not to go the Spektrum route. I currently have Futaba 6ex but it doesn't have a 3 position switch so was looking at a cheap radio dedicated to my NAZA controlled quad.
If I may make a suggestion. Turnigy 9xr. Completely programable and module based, so you can use whatever protocol you want. All on this site. I am currently awaiting the delivery of my 9xr w/dsm2 module. This combo Will fly almost everything that I have, for under $100.
Sounds like a bad Rx. Sometimes a cruddy one slips by. Some would say that the occational dud is worth the LOW price. Try the support center, maybe they will let you photograph the offending unit not opperating, and ask them to send you another without having to ship the p.o.s. part back to Asia. Best of luck.
There are two connectors (one on each side) that allow you to plug in optional satellite receivers. There are Orange versions (like model R100). Some aircraft may have brown spots when the signal passes through certain electronics, materials, etc.. Adding another Rx point in a new spot using a different orientation helps to maintain a strong signal at all times.
Binding is the same for all of these receivers.. Insert bind plug first, then plug in the battery. It should start flashing to indicate that it's ready to bind. No flashing after these steps likely means you have a problem with the receiver (especially if another receiver works with the same battery/esc setup). You can still turn on your radio and start the bind process to see what happens.
Does the OrangeRx R910 Spektrum DSM2 9Ch 2.4Ghz TwinPort Rx need one or two OrangeRx R100 Satellite Receivers to provide the best possible signal?
Also with the Failsafe in this receiver sync with and use the RTH function of a DJI Naza-M flight controller in the same way the Spektrum X8000 receiver does? What about the TM1000 Spektrum telemetry unit is it compatible with this receiver or is there another telemetry unit I need?
Sorry for all the questions.
I'm owner of a Turnigy 9XR with OrangeRX-TX-module. In PPM16-Mode it is possible to tranmit up to 16 channels. But when I switch to 10ch or 12ch the R910 blinks and produces glitches on all channels (connected via S.Bus). Is it possible to use more then 9 channels via S.Bus? The R620 supports 12 channels (tested by a friend of mine).
When I bind this rx I messes up all my other rx binds. I'm using turnigy er9x with orange module. The other rx's I have are Spektrum ar500 and Orange R610. Once bound it works fine. However this requires me to bind the others again to get them working when I switch between models. When I do that, then I lose the bind to this rx again. If I just use the ar500 and the R610 I don't have this issue. Only after I bind this rx do I have problems with the other two rx's. Sorry its a confusing explaination. I know the is the cause but I dont know why this happens? Any thoughts?
I have run into this problem with the 6i - the 5 . I am not sure of the exact reason, but with those radios it's either on or the other. all I can think of is, the radio can only lock into one sinal. which means that the spectume receiver is a set a little differantly then the orange. Making you have to choise between orange or actual. spetrum..
I was looking for the channel assignment.
Channel 1 = Throttle
Channel 2 = Aileron
Channel 3 = Elevator
Channel 4 = Rudder
Channel 5 = ???
Channel 6 = ???
Channel 7 = ???
Channel 8 = ???
Channel 9 = ???
I forgot to ask, will (2) R100SAT work on all 9 channels for this receiver
The most basic setup provides power to the receiver through an ESC (Speed Controller). The ESC will suppport batteries of different voltages (1S,2S,3S, etc..) depending on its specifications. The ESC will then regulate the power to the Receiver. This provides power to the servos which are connected directly to the receiver. So Battery connects to ESC which connects to Receiver. Servos connect to Receiver. Transmitters binds to Receiver for remote control of everything.
Hi f3cwannabe , i had contact with the costumer service and i can send it back and they will refund me the shipping cost also , or thats what they have told me ! , mabey you can send it back also?, i got a spektrum 6210 now and it works great !
No i have not Binded the receiver thats my other problem .. When i turn on the receiver (bij connecting a lipo to the esc ) the led will blink 1 time and then nothing will happen .. looks like its DEAD , i have a spectrum ar6210 when i connect that one everything is good and works great .. So this receiver is just bad
I think you might have becuase I have been running 2s lipo for a wile.. you might want to check the plugins, one of my 9ch receivers was reverst - it did the same thing, once I turned the conetor over everything worked peficly.. just a thought..
I have had 2 R910s burnt up on me during power up. First one did served 11 fawless flights but the 2nd one was DOA. It would attend to bind in Preset failsafe mode but LED never lit solid (it would slow blink indicating preset failsafe then quicker blink when TX was turned on with bind button pressed then LED just went off).
Anyone spots anything wrong with my process? I am using straight 2S would that be why?
Please don't mind sharing your experience.
2S LIPO IS NOT AN IDEAL POWER SOURCE FOR A RECIEVER UNLESS YOU HAVE A NOLTAGE REGULATOR THAT THE BATTERY IS HOOKED UP TO THEN INTO YOUR RECIEVER. THE ONLY REASON FOR THIS STRAIGHT LIPO SETUP IS IF YOU ARE RUNNING HIGH VOLTAGE SERVOS WHICH CAN HANDLE 7.2 VOLTS. I DONT KNOW HOW MANY VOLTS AN R910 BUT I RUN MINE ON A 2S LIFE PACK WHICH WORKS FINE, THEY ALSO RUN PROBLEM FREE ON A 5 CELL NIHM PACK AS WELL OR IF YOU ARE USING ON A SMALL PLANE OR COPTERS WHOSE SERVOS CAN RUN OFF OF THE SPEED CONTROLS BEC YOU CAN DO THAT AS WELL, BUT IN MY OWN OPINION I WOULDNT RUN ON 7.2 VOLTS. HOPE THIS HELPS.
Hi guys ,
i just got this receiver with a Bixler 2 and the 25amp turnige esc .
when i plug in the esc to CH 1 and i connect the lipo the receiver will get for about 0.5second a red light but then it shuts off .. and the motor goes :
beeb beeb ...beeb beeb...beeb beeb ...
Is there something that i am doing wrong ?
I tested one of these units to over two Kilometers.
That's 1.5 Miles for you Yanks. You don't need better than that.
That's better than my eyes can see for sure. I had to use a friend with a phone to check that I still had control .Excellent unit.
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Excellent reciever tested at 40 m with no weakness of signal, use it in my 27pcnt gret planes edge 540. Have 5 flights and had it barley in sight no brownout!. Very good buy