The all new RX3S Flight Stabilizer adds on the original V2 design with integrated OrangeRX Spektrum/JR DSM2 compatible 6CH 2.4Ghz receiver. This eliminates the need for using a separate receiver in your model, not only making installation more tidy and convenient, but allowing you to simply bind and fly with flight stabilization! The RX3S DSM2 stabilizer provides support for V-tail & Delta models, and also offers a remote ON/OFF feature that can be controlled via your transmitter's AUX channel.
Utilizing a single high precision 3-axis MEMS gyro, the RX3S DSM2 stabilizer is capable of stabilizing flight on just about any fixed wing aircraft! It provides added stability by automatically correcting the aileron, elevator and rudder channels in flight. This compensates for unwanted changes in the airplane's attitude due to wind and other factors. In short, it makes your airplane much more stable in flight!
The RX3S DSM2 stabilizer is great for those who tend to fly in windy conditions, as it will compensate for wind gusts that would normally push your model around. It's also an ideal add-on to your favorite FPV model to keep it on the straight and level while flying.
This unit is very simple to install and use. The adjustable gain settings are pre-set to 50% offering mild stabilization. You can easily adjust the gain for each channel as desired to increase or decrease the compensation for the respective channel (AIL, ELE, RUD).
Because we design, test and manufacture these units completely in-house (from 3D/2D drawing to materials sourcing, final assembly etc.) we can completely control production and ensure product consistency from design right through to shipping the product to you. Also, the removal of middle-men has meant we can drive better value to the market and retail these units at factory(our) prices!
Features: • OrangeRX Spektrum/JR DSM2 compatible 6CH 2.4Ghz integrated receiver, simply bind and fly! • Capable of stabilizing flight on just about any fixed wing aircraft (including V-tail/Delta models) • Remote ON/OFF feature that can be controlled via your transmitter's AUX channel • Supports 3D flight without undermining stability • Independent gyro gain adjustment for aileron, elevator and rudder • Easy-to-access gyro reversing switches on front of unit • Compact and light weight design
Hi George, The answer is sort of yes and no. This is a "Park Flyer" receiver with acceptable but typical 2.4ghz range. It will certainly control and stabilize your plane within several hundred meters, however, it lacks significant signal diversity available with satellite receivers. If your project is a small close range plane, this would be a good choice. If you are investing into a larger, more powerful design, perhaps a separate receiver (with one or more satellites) and a stand alone stabilizer would be more appropriate. Hope this helps. Have fun!
George, a Orange RX RX3S 3-Axis Flight Stabilizer V2 (V2.1 firmware) (V-tail/Delta/AUX) supported by an appropriate DSM2 (or DSMX) and satellite receiver team would be a more robust choice. Again, it is really a function of the dependable range you require.
I have this set up in an A-10, all channels and functions work OK as expected, BUT twin servos on the elevator (mated with gear channel) the stabiliser only works on ONE SIDE of the elevator??
Is there any way around this?
You have mixed in ELE into the gear channel as the second elevator channel as I understand it, but the stabilizer is unaware of this and thus you will only get one of the elevator servos stabilized. But you can use a Y cable with the elevator servos and connect the Y cable only to the ELE output on the stabilizer. You might need a servo signal inverter to get the second elevator servo to move right, but you have them here: 171000398-0. HTH
Is this OrangeRX RX3S 3-Axis Flight Stabilizer compatible with
Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitter(PRODUCT ID: TX-9X-M1 ) ?
I am a beginner, so I don't know how to choose correct stabilizer.
Thank you so much for your advice~~!
I noticed that even though all the controls operated in the correct dirction. When I moved the nose up, the elevator went up in reaction to the movement. This is called positive feedback. It would be impossible to control the plane. To fix the problem, I reversed the switch on the OrangeRX RX3S 3-Axis Flight Stabilizer w/DSM2 Compatible 6CH 2.4Ghz Receiver and then reversed the elevator control on the transmitter. Problem solved.
nice one, please set it up carefully, with gyro mode to the side you move the control should move in a sense to oppose it and not aid it, if it aids it reverse the sense, there is no auto throttle, i have kept the rudder authority high for my high winger
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The wind has come up recently so only was able to do a few test flights. I mounted on a zoom foamy with graphics of receiver pointing towards the ground. Had to reverse the elevator but it will work.
Only flew pots at preset and noticed great knife edge stability. You work your rudder of course but the wing stayed perfectly vertical to the ground, and the plane flew a straight line towards some imaginary point in the distance. Waiting for wind to die down and experiment with pots, I was not able to hovering yet.
Binds good and easy to install!!just follow instructions in files tab!
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Had mine arrived on the 1st week ,test it out and love it big time..this is best Flight Stab.money can buy,thank you Hobbyking for making it affordable for everyone..I got confuse when using two AIL and they were moving in the same direction like flaps..So what i did was I use a reverse servo,so I do not having to use a Y cable...
Thia will be my 3rd box, I have each version,and each time all i can say is that they are gettig better. they work very well ok to se up, and best of all cheap! i have mine in a 72 inch cub, just the ting for slow low flying, so 5 stars