Throw away your crystals, say goodbye to glitches! The new Corona synthesized receiver is here! This unit will work with existing Synthesized transmitters or crystal transmitters. In fact the accuracy of this receiver will improve the performance of all 35mhz crystal transmitters.
The new technology put into the synthesized series of Coron receivers is truely outstanding and will certainly make you think twice about upgrading to a more expensive 2.4GHz.
I have one of these receivers and it is an absolute flop. After connected and using 4 servos all the time for about 10 to 20 seconds the receiver stops working. What if this happens while flying and IC motorized plane? I had asked whether this receiver can be used on these planes and someone said that I can. So whoever is buying these receivers beware!
6V is the max you can use. Remember that your servos max out at 6V unless they are high voltage servos. Forget burning out your receiver, your servos will start twitching then stop. This normally happens on high speed low passes...
If you don't have a transmitter yet, save up some money and get a 2,4 GHz system in stead. Much more safety against loss of control, better range and no hassles with having the same frequency as someone else.
These Rx's are 3rd party replacements for others. Example - my JR Propo 35Mhz xtal Rx from 1980's has failed, I bought this synthesized to replace it - works perfectly. You can find second hand Tx's on ebay etc. You can also use these with 35Mhz Tx's that get supplied with RTF models.
Hi Niklas .The receiver automatically detects your transmitter.!
1, Pull out the aerial of transmitter, then turn on the
transmitter and adjust it to PPM mode. Do not spread
the aerial of receiver, and keep the transmitter be 1m far
away from the receiver, also to make sure there is no
working transmitter within 10m around.
2, Electrify the receiver, after the LED blink 2 times, if
LED keeps be lightening, it proves that the frequency of
receiver and transmitter is coherent. If LED went out, it
A synthesized receiver has no crystal that mean s it can be bound to any channel on the 35mhz band.For example you put crystal 35.160 in your transmitter and you bind with the receiver the receiver will now operate at 35.160.If later on you put crystal 35.040 in your Tx and you bind with your receiver again the Rx will operate on 35.040 and so on...
So what kind of transmitters do these recievers work with.. I have a couple of trnsmitters that are just sitting around because they have no reciever,, Like a airtronics SR and a hitec laser 6 a cirrus and a challenger.. I dont know what reciever will work with them i am pretty new and only have used the 2.4 so far.. I know nothing about the transmitters that need a certain mhz and uses channels.. Any help would be appreated..
Well, basically, you need a crystal, just one (for Tx, transmitter). For this 35Mhz Rx, receiver, it should be 35.xxxMhz.
For example, I have a Tx with FM ch.64 (35,040Mhz).
I power up my Tx, and then my Rx. Then I think you press some Scan button on the Rx and it will find ANY 35Mhz Tx in the area around you. Hopefully it will be your Tx.
After this, your Rx will be connected to this Tx if you don't do a new scan.
The Rx should work with any 35Mhz Tx, but I can't guarantee.
I hope I answered
No, not necessesarily. You can set up your personal fail save settings. On my EasyGlider it turns the ailerons up, elevator up, and the tow hook in the "release" position. Awesome feature on this RX!!!
For what are you going to use this receiver?
For planes, lef wing ch1, right wing ch6, elevator ch2, rudder ch4, throttle ch3 *)
For helis, ccpm 120º swash, lef servo ch1, right servo ch6, the other servo ch2, gyro ch4, gain ch5, throttle ch3.
There shouldn't be any range issues using the receiver in smaller planes (wingspan < 2m). If you want to use it in a bigger plane, better think about getting another RX. With my Easy Glider, I can fly as far as I can see it. No problems at all *-)
I've been flying with one with a 35.180MHz crystal in my transmitter (the danish "channel 78") - and there are a few jumps more on that band, so I would be very surprised if it would not work with yours!
this receiver is perfect with a Graupner JR MX12 and is more efficient than original graupner receiver. I have already 2 and I'll order 2 or 3 other items: the price is very low and the quality excellent. I work with a 35.120Mhz without probems
hey everyone. im kind of new to the tx rx world. i orderd the Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitter .. im waiting for it to arrive,, will this reciver work with the Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitter ?? do i need to buy a module ? and which rx should i get (35mhz - 36mhz or 40 ) ? thanks and how do you bind it to the tx ?
I don't know if it works with your transmitter, but I know how to bind the receiver with the Transmitter.
1: You power on the transmitter (with extended antenna)
2: Press the button on the receiver for 2 seconds...
3: DONE! The receiver receives signals from the strongest transmitter in the area (which is yours, hopefully.)
If you have a crystal to your transmitter already, buy a receiver within the same band (I had a 35Mhz transmitter, so I bought a 35Mhz receiver)
The 9x is primarily a 2.4Ghz set and is not intended to nwork with this 35Mhz Rx ... so answer is : Get the FrSky 2.4Ghz JR compatible module / RX combo ... If you can find an old 35Mhz module ... NOT a true JR one ... you could make the 9x work with this but it is not advisable. Honestly - get the FrSky ACCST module fitted.
Excellent receiver my last chance before 2.4ghz. My electric Seawind suffered badly from glitching. Tryed twisted leads,Ferrite rings,speed controller,motor,receiver but my problems all went away with this receiver cannot praise it enough.Yes the blurb is true.
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10 thumbs up!
Works great even "(in a land) far far away"! A feature not mentioned in the description is the programmable failsafe! I would add an extra star for that alone...if it wasn't a 5/5star product already!
NO glitches in my nitro and electric planes.
I wouldn't but any other receiver on my planes!
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9 thumbs up!
Perfect product !!!
i use it on my spirit 3D from robbe, and no problem with "top".
It is better to change all my reveiver and sender to 2.4Ghz...
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8 thumbs up!
Cheap, small and light receiver! Good sensitivity and range and no glitches and interferences! I fly mine in a small and fast 'Zaunkoenig' without any problems. The weight is 10g (incl. antenna and shrink film). The workmanship and the shrink film cover is a little bit simple (compared to my Multiplex RX-6-Synth light) but ok for the price. For my mini-models I remove always the receiver cover and replace it by thin shrink-tube, so that's ok for me.
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8 thumbs up!
the receiver is great, it come in a nice package and work with my Futaba FF7 CAP transmitter. only 4 stars be cause has come without any indication about setting. I spent some time to make it work with my transmitter...Good!