ok i have managed to bind it now but for some reason it only works with the esc pluged into the rudder channel so when i move the throttle stick it moves the rudder and when i move the elevator it throttles up? i have treid swapping it to all the others and the red light just flashes loads and dosent stop and nothing moves?? is it only for mode 2 transmitters?
I have been using a Corona 2.4Ghz DIY system successfully for some time but the last two CR4D recievers I have purchased blink two times on set up but will not complete a bind with my transmitter? I have followed instructions carefully and all my existing recievers still work fine. Can you help?
have found sometimes to reverse bind connection, Tx first then Rx, have also found you can achieve a bind by plugging Pos first then Neg, or Neg then Pos
remember its only piece of equipment your the one with the brain,(am not goin 2 b beat by a circuit)
I've bought this receiver to use with my Corona 2.4 Ghz DIY Module, but I haven't noticed it has 2 pin connectors instead of three... How the heck does it work? Do I need to buy any connectors to use my 3 pin servos and ESC? Thanks a lot....
Dual Modulation Spectrum System (DMSS)* 2.4GHz protocol offers a secure radio link that combines DSSS and FHSS capabilities into a wideband transmission system that includes high-speed response and high resistance against RF noise. One benefit of DMSS is the JR Intelligent Output System (IOS), which automatically selects control signals that need to be transmitted at exactly the same time and delivers the data as one complete signal frame. IOS ensures there is no time delay when commanding servo
Oops! Sorry there I am using the dsss 2.4G module myself. First you MUST ascertain if you have a Futaba or JR comparable transmitter, having a look at the back will tell you this, if, you have the insesion tabs on either sided looking at the back of your radio it is JR if they are top & bottom it is Futaba.
I'm using the Turnigy radio system & I completly trust my system with my gliders.
Ordered this RX to use in my MPX-Fox (Gas,Aileron,Elevator), I used to have a 6Channel RX installed in there and used to connect both ailerons and mix them in my JR X-3810 RX.
The Channel on my X-3810 for the second Aileron is the Channel 6... is there any possibility to program the X-3810 to send the second Aileron-Signal over the rudder channel? -_-
Thanks in advance! :)
I couldn't get it to do that, but check your programming options in your Tx. Or goto pmix-1 and set it to use rud/ ail. see if that works for you. Other than that ***p up to the 6 channel rec. just like this one works just as good!.Hope this helps BigSteve
thats exactly what I tried now, mixed the rudder to the ailerons and set the rudder-stick to 0 activity.
It now seems to work quite good, eventough the aileron exp. mixing isn't correct anymore.
I though about upgrading to the 6chan receiver, but I think its to heavy/big for my MPX fox *>
Hi, I´m going to buy this reciever CR4D with Corona modul CT8F Rx CR8D, but will this reciever work with this modul above in my Hitec Prism7? Because Corona modul CT8F should work in my Hitec, but I dont know if it will work also with CR4D reciever. Thanks a lot, Tom (CZ)
Tested range, is not large, 300-400 m At small enough for the model.
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Got one with a range of about 20m. Not happy...
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very nice 4chanel 2.4 DSSS receiver 1) smaller and light weight 2) 300-400meter not glitch 3) very easy to bind 4) cheaper price i have try about 20flight still not interrerence at all n i have 3 install in my jet plane n 3D indoor airplane. i will buy more and more to install in my airplane
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Measured 3.64 grams, 38.7 x 27.7 x 5.0 mm
Length = 32.0/38.7 mm (not inc pins/inc pins) Width = 27.7mm Thickness = 5.0mm (taken at the thickest point)
Antenna = 145mm
Further weight reduction is possible if you remove the plastic shrink wrap and brand decals. Comes protected in a prepackaged box with instructions on the back to bind.
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With the small 4-channel receiver, I could not get it to put out the light completely. I never thought I'd come so far with no system ... I measured the distance to over 1800 meters, without losing the link. To lose the link, I put the receiver down on the grass and put my hand over, but as soon as I lifted my hand a few inches above the ground got the contact almost immediately. Fastest of all the 2.4 GHz I tried. (hundrakg from Sweden)