The OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 2.4Ghz transmitter module offers a simple and convenient way to utilize your module-based JR compatible transmitter with DSMX/DSM2 receivers. Simply replace your stock module with this and you are ready to bind to any DSMX/DSM2 receiver.
Features: • 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
Specs: Compatibility: 5-pinJR compatible module-based transmitters 2.4Ghz protocol: DSMX/DSM2 Voltage input: 6~15VDC Power: 100mW Range: Full range system
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.
NOTE: 1) Accepted by the MAAA in Australia, see the MAAA MOP58 for guidance 2) This is not a Spektrum module, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum module. The Spektrum brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA. 3) Price of this module may fluctuate (up or down) due to cost of electronic components. 4) This is not an underground manufactured fake Spektrum module. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.
if you're using this module with a Turnigy 9XR and have trouble placing it, sometimes the pins are a bit bend. to see where to pins end up, put a piece of tape on the holes and push the module into the transmitter so the pins pierce through the tape, now you can see which way to bend the pins to fit the holes.
Some orange RX are designed to be used with 2S lipo and do not work correctly with 5V from the ESC. What is the precise reference of the RX you use ? Are you sure you have connected the throttle output of the receiver and not another one (rudder or smth) ?
Kind of a problem. The sequence of the channels on the Turnigy 9x is AETR (1-Aileron, 2-Elevator, 3-Throttle, 4-Rudder) and for this module it is TAER (1-Throttle, 2-Aileron, 3-Elevator, 4-Rudder) if I remember correct. The only way is to update the Turnigy 9x "Firmware" to er9x to change the channels to TAER on the radio OR (my next step) to get the "OrangeRX USB Firmware Update Kit for JR/Futaba Style Transmitter Module" PRODUCT ID: 9029000001-0 to update the module to accept AETR from the controller and transmit it as TEAR.
You are correct. The channel output when used with the 9X is indeed AETR, so that is a problem if you want to use it with Bind N Fly models. The easiest way to correct it is to use the USB update kit, as it is a plug and play 5 minute job. The absolute best way is to do both that and to update your TX firmware, but that involves a fair bit of work on the TX to either solder wires etc. directly on the circuit board, or getting the Smartieparts board. Not for everyone.
Hi Guys and Gals,
Observations: The module works in a 9x v2 with er9x. in mine it fits better than the original. Successful bind to Orange 9ch:DSM2@11ms, 6ch:DSM2@22ms and Spektrum AR8000:DSMX@11ms.
Note: No range test yet, just good bind.
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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!
I was happy when I first plugged this in to my Turnigy 9x. It fit perfectly and bound no worries.
However my module has issues with Channel 2 (AILE). Any servo plugged in to this channel jerks around, has delayed response and twitches badly under load. Plug the same servo into another channel and it works great. I don't yet know if this is a widespread problem, but a couple of people have reported it so far.
I'm submitted a support request, and we'll see how things go. Three stars is being generous and I'm thinking I should have learnt from other 'early adopters' of new HK products...
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I installed this on a pcm10 ppm and had the loss of ailerons C2 right away, come and goes limited rotation range.
Next I installed it in a er9x modified Turnigy channel maped as TAER, JR.
Next I used the er9x to decrease the frame rate from 22Ms to 20 and everything became solid! I'm now running 18 Ms and the 6 Ch menu option in er9x. So far everything is solid, full rotation ch 2, no cutting out.
I only plan to use 4 Ch BNF and er9x can remap the sticks and channels, switches, ect, so I think I'm ok to fly it. Not very happy with the work around but I'm fortunate I have er9x because my JR can't use this module as it is now.
I hope there will be a happy ending for all of us but until then I'll fly this way if the range is any good? That's the next test. I guess we're the unpaid beta testers?