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OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 Compatible 2.4Ghz Transmitter Module (JR/Turnigy compatible)

OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 Compatible 2.4Ghz Transmitter Module (JR/Turnigy compatible)
OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 Compatible 2.4Ghz Transmitter Module (JR/Turnigy compatible)

The OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 compatible 2.4Ghz transmitter module offers a simple and convenient way to utilize your module-based JR compatible transmitter with DSMX/DSM2compatible receivers. Simply replace your stock module with this and you are ready to bind to any DSMX/DSM2 compatible receiver.

• Standard JR compatible 5-pin connection (works with any JR compatible module-based transmitter)
• Offer 4 operating modes: DSM2 1024/22ms, DSM2 2048/11ms, DSMX 22ms, DSMX 11ms
• Easy to access bind button
• Range check mode

Compatibility: 5-pin JR compatible module-based transmitters
2.4Ghz protocol: DSMX/DSM2
Voltage input: 6~15VDC
Power: 100mW
Range: Full range system

OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 compatible 2.4Ghz transmitter module (JR/Turnigy compatible)
2.4Ghz antenna

Module uses a unique Global ID for binding. In case of binding issues with other branded receivers press the "Change ID" button on module to change the Module ID to another unique value reserved for that module (5 ID's assigned to each module).

There are over 4 billion unique ID's assigned to OrangeRx modules.

1) This is not a Spektrum DSM2/X product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2/X product.
The Spektrum and DSM2/X brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA.
2) This is not an underground black market fake Spektrum product. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.
3) Accepted by the MAAA in Australia, see the MAAA MOP58 for guidance
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PRODUCT ID: 9171000070

Weight: 74g
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Price  $29.99

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Egor  1 points - 4/28/2015
This product will be available in near future or time to find this item on other store? I'm ordered Turnigy 9xr PRO with hope to use this radio with it :(
Joseph  4 points - 4/25/2015
*David - It's been out since at least 4/13/2015, this is when I first checked. Jesperjuul says HK typically restocks in 2-4 weeks. Let's hope that holds true.
David  6 points - 4/25/2015
Bruce  2 points - 4/25/2015
I'm trying to get the 9th channel working on my OrangeRX R910 receiver. I have a Turnigy 9XR transmitter with OrangeRX transmitter module. During binding, the module changes to DSM2 2048/11ms mode regardless of which mode was active on the module before binding. I'm assuming that I need both receiver and transmitter module to be in DSM2 1024/22ms mode for the 9th channel to work. Is this correct? And if so, how do I get them both into this mode?
 Max 6 points
The orange transmitter module should automagically adjust to the same mode as that of your receiver radio. if it goes into DSM2 2048/11ms, it is probably that your receiver is not compatible with DSMX. it is better when communication is performed with the same language.
 Bruce 2 points
I'm not trying to use DSMX. The receiver says it is supports DSM2 1024/22ms mode. How do you force the receiver to stay in that mode so this transmitter module can bind with it? (In that mode).
 Max 6 points
what is your receiver? is it fully DSM2 compatible? which binding sequence are you following?
 Bruce 2 points
The receiver is the OrangeRX R910. It says: "Compatible with all DSM2 Air transmitters" and "Compatible with DSM2 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems. 9 Channels Analog & Digital servo". To bind, I first set the module to DSM2 1024/22ms mode (which is the mode I want) by pressing the bind button 3 times until the light goes out. Then I turn off the transmitter, put the bind plug in the receiver and power it on. Then I hold down the bind button on the transmitter and power it on. I wait until they bind, but after they do bind, the transmitter module light is back to blinking once again, indicating that it has switched to DSM2 2048/11ms mode. I'm assuming that this is because the receiver is in DSM2 2048/11ms mode. Is there a different bind procedure I should try? Or how can I force the receiver into DSM2 1024/22ms mode so it will bind in that mode?
 Max 6 points
hi Bruce, i have the same transmitter, but do not own that receiver. -1- why do you want to force a different less performant mode for the pairing? 11ms is faster than 22ms / 2048 is better digital signal resolution than 1024. -2- i tried like you to force the mode of communication upon binding: it systematically switches back to the same mode (receiver orange 615x - dsmx 22ms, i tried forcing all other modes pressing 3 times the bind button and rebooting) ...After binding the pair with 22ms dsmx and changing to dsmx 11ms on the transmitter, i observe erratic servo motions every 1-2 seconds. from the manual: " the module will automatically select the binding mode protocol... blabla" if it works fine in the automatic binding mode, why bother changing it? do you have specific needs to downgrade the pairing protocol? i think you are stuck with the automatic mode with the receiver you have.
 Bruce 2 points
I want to force the DSM2 1024/22ms mode so I can use the 9th channel on the receiver. As I understand it (and please correct me if I'm wrong), the 11ms frame can only accommodate 8 channels. To get more channels, you have to go to a longer frame (22ms). I realize that the 1024/22ms will only give half the resolution, but I really need that 9th channel. Any ideas?
 Max 6 points
i seem to understand this guy has the same setup and it works for him... but
 Max 6 points
sorry i missunderstood.... perhaps it is a firmware bug? they sell a firmware updater/usb device...
John  1 points - 4/24/2015
After using the Turnigy 9XR and OrangeRX DSM2 Module with my flight simulator, the Module now stopped working! Has anyone experienced this and can tell me what to do? It's like somehow I fried the Module or something...
 rollin_3z 19 points
Mine just stopped working today also..what can we do, is buy another and make HK happy
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Aces all around. I have two that I am using in turnigy 9x radios. One is running er9x and the other is running open9x and they both work perfectly. Range tests are flawless. Works with every single dsm2/dsmx receiver I have tried so far. The case is quality plastic, the screws aren't soft metal, the antenna is nice and sturdy, the electronics/traces are all soldered very clean and nice. Highly recommend this one!

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Recieved my today and it just drops into the turnigy 9x. Binding is same as spektrum and works floor less. I recommend this unit.

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Having overcome the ch2 issue (somewhat), I test flown using the module. My setup: Tx=Turnigy 9x flashed with Er9x. 4ch with Ailerons on Ch2 Frame length had to be changed to 18.5ms from the deafault 22.5ms for Ch2 to work normally. Otherwise, Ch2 is sluggish. Rx=Orange 6ch DSM Module Design: - Orange plastic is of good quality with 4 machine screws securing the lid. - One drawback is the antenna position at the bottom-right (1) without a tx stand, the tx will be resting on the antenna (2) at 90deg upright, the antenna is directly behind the tx handle - this is in the antenna nearfield and will most certainly interfere with the antenna pattern. - Inside the module, the antenna is attached to the pcb via a small coaxial plug and a short length of cable (read: able to move position of antenna if 1 wishes...). - Pcb is held in place by carefully positioned standoffs built into the casing. - I had problems locking the module into the module compartment on my 9x, only one of the clip clicks into place. I suspect this is due to the height of the connection pins. Nonetheless, i feel that the module is secure enough. Performance: - I had no binding issues with the orange rx. - I was also able to change the operation mode by following the little instruction sheet that came with the module. - With the Frame length fix i read in a post by Gemini, all channels work well indoors - With

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Hooked it on to my Futaba 8FG to enable PNP stuff. After some wiring and channel remapping it worked. Posted a video on youtube, watch ID CfdCuRmx0jc if link wont show up:

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okay, i got this just a few days ago. ch2 aileron is glitch, and i would not fly with it. however, remapping aileron to ch5, and then ch 5 to alieron and it works just fine. but losing 1 ch is why im giving 'quality' as 3 stars. this is still a five star product in my opinion. i have contact hobbyking warrenty desk and we shall see what happens. i still really want my aileron channel back!

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