OrangeRx R710 full failsafe, S.Bus and satellite port ready.
The new range of OrangeRx R710 receivers are built using original components and MCUs 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 7ch is only 13g in weight and 47x26x15mm in size with case, Great for medium/small planes & helis, right up to large scale models.
Key features. Super light weight at just 13 grams with case. Compatible with DSM2 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems. 7 Channels Compact design 47mm x 26mm x 15mm. Single 140mm antenna for mounting in almost any location. Input voltage: 3.7~9.6V. 1 Satellite port included. 1 Port S.BUS OUT - Works with S.BUS servos and GY750. Failsafe: All channels to bind position at signal loss.
Warranty. 12 Month replacement guarantee!
Includes. OrangeRx R710 DSM2 Compatible receiver 1 x Bind Plug
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.
This is the same as Spekturm dsm2/x 2.4ghz rx…* it is different to the 2.4ghz that mjx is using, so they are NOT going to work together. 2.4ghz is not like FM radio, the 2.4ghz has to be the same brand/ protocol in order to work together.
Hi Guys. Does the RXR100 sattelite receiver work with the R710 Receiver?
If not which sattelite reciever does?
seems a few people have used sattelites with this rx judging by the comments below. so Confused
I noticed unlike the R610 and R615 the LED in receiver only blinks if the reciever voltage drops.It doesn't blink any faster or in series of 3 if you lose power 3 times.
If you turn off and back on your transmitter,the LED goes out but doesn't blink.It just comes back on and stays solid.
Is this the way it's supposed to work?
Is this right or is my other LED burnt out?
Well, if you had taken time and asked auntie google, she would have told you after about 0.34 seconds, ST6DF is a transmitter/receiver system from Kyosho. Information about their transmission standard is not available.
Actually I already had found out, that the RX710 understands DSM2 and spektrum.
This receiver is amazing. I have not had a single problem in over 100 flights in my Sbach 342 1400mm. I have flown it almost out of site, until it was just a speck in the sky and still 100% full control. The best part is the price, it makes this hobby so much more affordable and fun for everyone.
What am I doing wrong...maybe I'm a complete moron....a distinct possibility, but I just bought 5 of these and none of them seems to work. With the bind plug inserted in the BND/SBUS and a 2000mah NiMH Receiver batter plugged into CH1 (w/ neg(black) wire on the bottom), NONE of the 5 receivers appear to work (i.e., I don't get a flashing light) Anybody know what the heck is going on...obviously, I must be doing something wrong, I can't believe that all 5 of them are defective.
I need help ¡*¡*¡*Recently i have received my receiver, I think it has a fault, I can link (binding) it properly, the servos work fine but the engine does not., i can listen repetitive squawks but it doesn't work , i tried with other receivers and the engine works well
So with the same transmitter, and another receiver, the motor works, is that correct? Are you sure you are using the right RX channel for throttle (often labelled THR)? You could also try powering the RX via the BATT/BIND connection, connect a servo to the throttle output on the RX, move the throttle on the TX and verify that the servo moves. If it doesn't, try other channels on the RX until you find the one that is controlled by the throttle. HTH
Sorry for the first quick answer:(
Just ran in to the same thing! If it is a Fast flash means its in bind mode. Slow flash means a power loss, make sure you power cycle your transmitter if you power down the reciever.
Hi. I Just received my receiver but i'm not clear on how i should be connecting it to the battery. I see it has 8 sets of pins, the first 7 clearly for the 7 available channels ant the 8th appears to be for the bind plug and s bus connection,but i see no provison for the power source. Am i missing something obvious here?
What the F!! I just wrote a question about my perharps b r o k e n RX!!! And all thats shows is ..... W T F!!!
My question whent: the RX only shows a VERY dim ligth from bottom left corner when powered on! But when bind plug is in no light at all?! And cant bind!! so Is the unit B R O K E N?
Yes this is a full range receiver. I use these in 3 of my airplanes and fly them as far as I can see with no issues at all. I also use the 6 channel orange receivers (15 of them) and have never had an issue with any orange receiver I own using my JR 9303 transmitter. With this one you can, however, add and optional satellite receiver to it to improve signal strength if it seems to be an issue.
Hello, someone used this rx aircraft with gasoline? used this rx and satelite motor ngh 9cc and had trouble signal loss, interference and destroy two planes. With glow engine works perfectly. If anyone had this problem please post her
CDI electronic ignition generate quite large spikes of interference and also generate noise on the power voltage. This can very well be the reason for your trouble. You can try to shield the CDI unit, mount the RX and sat as far from the motor as possible, use ferrite rings on the power feed to the RX and to the CDI, and possibly even have separate batteries for RX and CDI. HTH
Claudio is correct and they are other things that can produce noise.
One that can be easily missed is by using metal clevises on metal control arms on throttle arm or other control surfaces but throttle seems to produce the most noise.
The vibrating metals at close contact can produce noise causing radio to go nuts.
If the throttle control arm is metal try to use plastic clevises.
I don't fly ignition but there should be some fellow r/cer's on rcforums who may know how to get rid of noise.
I used a electric smoker and until I got the right parts I got globbered,glitched in the air.
Copied straight from the 710 manual.
: Insert bind plug and power on receiver, LED flashes, if you leave the bind plug
connected after binding successfully, you will have Smartsafe mode by default. Which means if
signal is lost, your Throttle channel (CH1) will return to the position that was set during binding,
and the others remain at the position prior to loosing the signal.
Preset Fail Safe Mode
: Insert bind plug and power on receiver,LED flashes, remove the bind
plug form the port immediately, LED still blinks slowly as binding is not completed,yet. Set the
radio channels to your desired position in the event of a signal loss (failsafe) situation. Power on
Tx to complete the binding process. You will now have Preset Fail Safe mode set up. Which
means after loss of signal, all channels will return to your preset positions as set when binding
I'm not sure. I've had different Orange receivers bind right up one time and need the satellite the next. I never have figured out why
1 thumbs up!
Finally Hobbyking made a really good receiver. I tested one 7 Channel OrangeRx DSM2 receiver during 7 test flights in different configurations. With and without satellite receiver. Operated on BEC, on 5V battery and on 2S Lipo (7.4V). During 7 flights, only one single frame (1/44th of a second) was missed. That is an excellent result, comparable to the best of original Spektrum receivers.
Hobbyking, now please do the same trick to the other types (4 channel, 6 channel and 9 channel), which can not match this performance.
I published my test on Youtube "Test of Orange 7 Channel DSM2 receiver" or type in: UMbOwNjqVLY
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Yes, I have purchased this product from hobbyking with R610 and R910. So I test those the same day I received it, R610 and R910 working good. But R710 is not working at all I don't know why.
A failsafe! A failsafe! A failsafe! Did I mention this has a failsafe? The failsafe alone makes this one worth the money. I have had success with all my orange receivers but just for fun sometime you should remove your props on your planes with non big brand receivers and hook up the battery, check everything, and shut off the Tx. Sometimes you get nothing, sometimes what would clearly be disastrous. With this you can set a failsafe mode. I would feel safe putting this in even a glider or built-up model with a satellite.
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Top Empfänger mit oder ohne Satellit. Habe mehere dieser Empfänger, welche ich auch in F3A Modelle bisher ohne eine einzige Störung/Hold einsetze. Kein Reichweitenproblem auch in Seglern (4 mtr. Spannweite) in noch sichtbarer Höhe!
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