Compatible with all Spektrum/JR DSM2 Air transmitters.
The OrangeRx R615 is sporting a stylish new case design and utilizes dual antennae to offer true signal reception diversity! This results in an even more robust signal link than the original R610, while providing the same quality, range and value.
OrangeRx receivers are built using original components, 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/JR DSM2 2.4Ghz transmitter. The OrangeRx R615 is only 3.7g in weight and 19.5x30x10mm in size. Great for small planes, helicopters, parkflyers or even medium sized sport planes.
Features: • Super light weight 3.7g / 9.8 grams with case • Compatible with DSM2 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems • 6 Channels • Compact design • Short 25mm antennae for mounting in almost any location • Input voltage: 3.7~9.6V
Specification: Channels: 6 Input voltage: 3.7~9.6V Size: 19.5x30x10mm, 43x22x13mm with case Weight: 3.7g / 9.8g with case
NOTE: 1) 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. 2) Price of this receiver may fluctuate (up or down) due to cost of electronic components. 3) This is not an underground manufactured fake Spektrum receiver. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.
I own 15 of these and have not had any issues with any of them. I do fly all electric and have heard of others saying they have issues with interference from the electronic ignition on their gas models. Doesnt seem to be an issue with glo models as they don't use a glo plug and not electronic ignition
I have many of these RX's around 15 of them & the last batch I bought (5) there where 2 faulty ones that simply won't bind. One batch (5) I bought every one of them you couldn't get the servo plugs installed, ALL the pins where angled down so much that they touched the case. They are cheap but really not worth the problems they have. I guess you get what you pay for, ****!
results depend on the receiver just as much as the TX you are using and the charge of the batteries in the TX. Fully charged tx batteries and using the HK 6ch TX with 10 model memory, I've tested it to about 500m.
Really? It won't allow me to type "thread ***ping"...this forum is getting more unattractive by the minute. Pity- such knowledgeable people posting, too. I would have rather enjoyed this, but it seems unusable. I tried to post on the moderators page to ask how to use this but it won't allow me to post. Moderator ERASE my posts, and email or call me Please.
Thanks all of you! I literally made the purchase while reading this forum. You guys are great, very helpful. Yeah I'm a noob at this...I may very well post videos detailing my progress. Just spent $180 today on servos, motor, lipo, ESC, charger, prop, radio tx/rx...changed my mind on the Orange after reading some reviews...
surely, I don't know. That's why I asked. I've never built a remote control airplane before, and I'm doing this from scratch.trying to build a flying platform for proof of concept. Developing an idea that I thought of, and I need to be sure.
Is this receiver capable of operating 2 separate aileron servos, 180 degrees out of phase? My model uses 2 servos buried in the foam wing, and I wish to operate them as "flaperons" i.e. dropping both ailerons to be used as wing flaps- SEPARATE control signals needed. Normally, I'd piggyback 2 servos on a single channel, but this wouldn't allow me to use flaperons.
By plugging the one of the ailerons in an available auxiliary channel on your receiver instead of using a Y you can adjust the ailerons separately and in most computer radios you can set up a flap/aileron mix and use as Flaperons. So with a 4 or even 5 channel airplane you can use this 6 channel receiver to do that. I use these receivers in most of my airplanes and have yet to have an issue with any of them.
Just use a Y-connector, it's much easier. As you get more experience and get into more detailed electronics you can use mixing. Mixing is hard to understand and adjust when you first start out. Just go with a Y-connector for simplicity. Spilts one channel signal into two servos.
Not true. I have made flaperons with one aileron servo hooked to two torque rods. Then you can use a sliding servo tray and have flaperons with a second servo. We were doing this before all the smart radios came out. This is 40 year old technology. It's easy mechanics. Depending on the torque you need, you can use longer rods and bring down some flaperons the size of barn doors. Can't do that with micro servos. They are limited.
Exactly. Not really suitable for a beginner in a lightweight model. Of course there is always where there is a will, there is a way, but very much depends upon ability, available materials and tools to accomplish it. Tell most 'plug n fly' users the above and you will get head scratching and that will be that.
Good info. You would think with the standard of circuitry and design these days the bind plug would be obsolete. FrSky and Futaba amongst others don't need them. So why do Spekky compatibles? But hey ho! Cheap as so cannot complain!
Wow these go out the door very quick. I was lucky to order two of these on Tuesday directly after they came back in stock. Now on Thursday they are already gone and on BackOrder. HobbyKing must be selling hundreds of those. Amazing! I'm so loooking forward to mine, hope they arrive very soon...
I turn on the Tx and then connect battery to plane and sometimes the light on the Rx is SOLID and sometimes it FLASHES but either way the thing seems to work fine. Should I be concerend? Will range be affected? Should the light be solid all the time or does it matter if it flashes?
I have experienced the same issue (annoyance). I have found that by turning off the Tx and then the Rx, turn the Tx then Rx on again, solves the problem. Not a good idea to fly with the flashing LED. As a matter of habit I check that that LED is solid before EVERY flight. I have never had a glitch or issue by simply checking!
Same thing here. I have NEVER flown with the light flashing, because it seems to me that is some sort of problem. I turn off the RX, then the TX, and turn on the TX, then the RX, and it will usually go solid, then I will fly!
Same here but i do find it mostly happens when trying to push a tight deans plug together and making and breaking the contact so i reckon it effecfively thinks its lossing power .but as others say tx on then rx on seems best way .
The steady flash (about 1 second) is an indication that the receiver is using the same 2 frequencies as when it previously connected to the transmitter and is not an issue. This is done to indicate a possible disconnection (i.e. if you land and see the steady flashing where it was not flashing before takeoff, then the receiver lost its connection and than reconnected). When you cycle your transmitter, it selects two frequencies at random, almost always different from before, and the receiver LED will be on and constant once connected. As a matter of habit, it's probably a good idea to always cycle the transmitter anyway.
I have 3 RX615 receivers and 1 RX620, the first RX615 one I purchased gave me brown outs, when flying I had 3 incidents where "radio stopped responding" but came back in 1 to 2 seconds. I regularly had the flashing light after flights. Sadly I pushed my luck and it happened a 4th time (on the same RX615 receiver) and the model just tipped over and slammed into the ground. That's when I purchased a replacement RX615 which has worked 100% without any brownouts or radio issues. I would add that the other RX615's have not had any brownouts either. So my conclusion* given using a new RX615, the same model (repaired) and same transmitter is that I had a faulty RX615. If you are experiencing "flashing" light on RX615 after flights I would highly recommend replacing the receiver ($5 for replacement receiver, versus cost of your model and time to repair)....
Orange flashing fast = Rx in “*Bind mode”*.
Orange lit constantly = Rx bound and working normally.
Orange flashing slowish, but Rx working OK = There has been a momentary loss of power to the Rx (Brown out). During “*Brown Out”*, the Rx will not work for a few seconds, until the Rx boots up again. WARNING !....ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOU BATTERY HAS SUFFICIENT POWER, AS BROWN OUT COULD CAUSE A CRASH !.
Red flashing intermittently = This shows how many times the signal was lost during the flight, the more times it flashes, the more times the signal was lost.
Bonjpur a tous
J'ai tester ce récepteur sur ma swift 2 et je peux vous dire le réception et très bonne monter a parte de vue (environ 300 mètres)
vraiment de bon récepteur