Product discussion & questions for;
Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2)
REDMACHINE (41 points)
1/28/2013
  Hi! Does this receiver work with Transmitter Multiplex Profi 4000 M-Link? If not, which one from HK works? Thanks.
     
-Reply from Umachines (59 points);
-Turnigy 9x with module (V2 firmware) -Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx V2 (the one black with orange). Only 6 channels with this one.
-Reply from REDMACHINE (41 points);
Thanks Umachines. But i was looking at that one from Hobbyking at it says precisely to use only with hobyking transmiters. Did you tryed that receiver with a Multiplex m-link transmiter? And did it work? Thanks again!
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Well we all agree it does not work with the 4000. It would have been so easy if they were all interchangeable. One day maybe. We just need keep asking!!!!
REDMACHINE (41 points)
2/6/2013
  Hi! Does this receiver work with Transmitter Multiplex Profi 4000 M-Link? If not, which one from HK works? Thanks.

     
-Reply from H-KING_SCOTT (5349 points);
No it won't work with the Multiplex system,unfortunately nothing that HobbyKing stocks will work,you have to use the dedicated Multiplex receivers.

-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
let me say it so waterlogged or Snappy do not need to, I am stupid and I should not be here. SORYY I BOTHERED YOU AT ALL.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Scott please help me. I am so sorry too bother you but Snappy and Waterlogged are on the hunt. I was just enjoying you Forum and Buying. Sorry
-Reply from REDMACHINE (41 points);
Hi Scott! Thanks a lot for info about receiver. You save me money. I hope soon HK be able to sell compatible receivers with this trade mark of Multiplex.
-Reply from Sawdust (1851 points);
Give it a rest kellyan. I'm pretty sure SCOTT will have no trouble finding out who you realy are.
-Reply from waterlogged (3735 points);
Buying??? You've been a member for 2 years and still a gold customer, you're joking. No more 20 cents either to scam. Waste of time really isn't it. Kalyan. Oh! help me Scott these bad men are giving me, another man, a bad time.
-Reply from Sawdust (1851 points);
He gives himself away further down by making an "ingenuine" offer to help someone if they live near Brisbane, problem with that is acording to his profile as this character he live in Belrose near SYDNEY. It was the kellyan and the other BS characters it pretended came from around the Brisbane area. For those who don't know there's around one thousand kilometers between the two areas.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Guys I have done Zero wrong. Stop hurting HobbyKing Plaese. Sorry Scott and Red
-Reply from Sawdust (1851 points);
You are a scammer in India with multiple identities pretending to be an Australian and giving us a bad name. You haven't got an honest bone in your body. If you can't see what's wrong with all that there's something seriously wrong with you.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Woop sorry dear member it is a big NO!
-Reply from REDMACHINE (41 points);
Hey! I open this topic to receive info about this item. If you want to speak about another issues open your own topic and do that. But please respect me because i don't want to have my mail box full of HK alerts about private talks without interest to me. Thanks!
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
I did I said NO. Sorry. I just want to not be BLOCKED as a small FISH. I will say again NO it will not work. I am trying to stay on topic!!!
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
READMACHINE the NOs were for you. WILL IT WORK? NO it will not. But who care about that. I will only say NO NO it will not work.
jose antonio (6 points)
1/27/2014
  hola,tengo el transmisor turnigy 9XR y el receptor 9X8Cv2,quiero comprar el modulo OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 2.4Ghz,seria compatible con el receptor que tengo? gracias
     
-Reply from Miguel FP (1335 points);
Hola Jose Antonio, no son compatibles, el protocolo de transmision del 9X8Cv2 es ppm, y el modulo que mencionas es DSMX/DSM2.
-Reply from jose antonio (6 points);
muchas gracias Miguel,aprovechando tu amabilidad te hago otra pregunta,cual seria la solucion? podria comprar un modulo compatible con ese emisor/receptor? de ser a si, cual me recomiendas? o tendria que comprar directamente el modulo Orange con su receptor?...bueno ,fue mas de una pregunta jeje gracias de antemano.
-Reply from Miguel FP (1335 points);
Primero muchas gracias por el cré*dito. Ahora bien, hasta el momento, HK no comercializa aparte, el modulo de la T9X, que es el compatible con el receptor 9X8Cv2, sin embargo en e-bay puedes conseguir el mó*dulo flysky (9 Channel Set FlySky FS-9CH TH9X-B 2.4 GHz transmitter module) que es compatible con ese receptor, en fin, es el mismo Turnigy pero con otro nombre. Si está*s pensando hacer FPV es mejor otro tipo de sistemas como el Orange o FrSky que son compatibles con la 9XR y puedes anexarle telemetrí*a, satelite, etc.
-Reply from jose antonio (6 points);
muchisimas gracias Miguel muy amable,me ha quedado claro..hasta otra *)
-Reply from benjamin w (9 points);
¿**Sirve este receptor para el transmisor Turnigy 9XR?
rc-france-mode (798 points)
6/7/2010
  advert removed
     
-Reply from palton (19 points);
Whats the binding procedure with the Turnigy 9x "native 2.4 ghz" (the new version) tx?

I got two sets of these, both recivers included where bound to their own tx. Trying to bind one tx to another TX, just cant get it working. Would like to have two RX to one TX module.
rc-france-mode (798 points)
11/3/2010
  advert removed
     
-Reply from CARLOS (59 points);
Just got mine 7 rx. After a fez hours stock was gone completely.
-Reply from Draghetto (14 points);
Because there are a lot of backorders.
-Reply from tikka88 (14 points);
mine came today!! :) waited a month 2weeks in customs office, dont know why it got stuck there, but now i have it! WuHuuu..testing...
rc-france-mode (798 points)
1/14/2011
  advert removed
     
-Reply from Cowboy (249 points);
Try check every morning is when they update the stock (china morning 08:30 am ) I Bought a lot of them... try....
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
Just stay in line and you will get it. Waiting for it to be in stock is not enough. Place an order otherwise someone else will get the remains before you got time to order. You see some people buy more than they need of this item just because it is cheap thereby extending waiting time.
-Reply from Mostafa (1 points);
It is now available with a high number in stock.
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Bonjour RC-France-Mode :) The Turnigy 9X 8Ch Reciever is so popular and such good value that they dont stay in stock for long. The BEST way to ensure you'll get one the moment they get back into stock is to buy it on BACKORDER. When they come in the backorders are filled first and what ever is left is then advertised as in stock to the public. This is the same for all hot items at Hobby King ... such a popular site that nothing good stays in stock for very long. HK had stock in December 2010 an
EMERSON GONCALVES (6 points)
10/1/2013
  Very best!
     
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
Really? Lets analyse... Range... 500-800m not bad, but FrSky has 1.5km. Weight... awfull heavy. Compaibility? only with t9x stock module, no alternatives! Failsafe? Not supported. Telemtry? NO! PPMSUM? no! RSSI? No! Hmmm BEST? Sure not!
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
V_Max put it like that, why do we bother to buy them. (I am at 10 and another 6 compatible ). I am so stupid. Oh hang on, they are so cheap and are posted at 2 for $3. Hay for my park flyers and a bit bigger I am happy. Emerson I am happy with them!
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
NewToHobbyking... this thread is about 8CH RX... "Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2)", so i'm not sure about what you mean under "6 compatible".... Comparing with FrSky telemetry ones this one is twice heavier, twice less range and do not have failsafe, rssi, ppmsum.. Cheap.. doesn't mean BEST... it almost always mean opposite - not the best....
-Reply from Jean-Philippe (38 points);
By the way, you can add the fail safe functionnality for 4$ (on one channel, ut with most FC it's enoug) by buying the "Epic Fail Safe" unit, PRODUCT ID: 9206000005.
F100CUFFLINK (1040 points)
4/9/2011
  i received 3 new reseivers and binded them all and work fine .
i have 2 transmitters i love it .
     
-Reply from tiger99 (149 points);
Yihahhhh *-) great product. U can Save Weight if u unscrew the Case!!!!
-Reply from devaux (20 points);
sur 3 acheté 2fonctionne parfaitement 1 était défectueux, vu le prix j'ai préféré le mettre à la poubelle car le revoyer coutait le prix du récepteur
-Reply from Martins (7 points);
you can get RSSI from pin1 of A7105
-Reply from aspire (195 points);
You can buy and other receivers like that's Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2 as well as all the others are perfect and work. Configured the same way as native receivers.
-Reply from giampiero (58 points);
good receiver, very good reception no long-distance interference only downside container too large, difficult to install, with models that have little space
-Reply from __ysl (11 points);
receiver is good but some receiver have quality problem ,the rate is less that 300m
-Reply from Moquito (5 points);
tested at 1450m distance (from hill to hill) and was still working well.....
-Reply from siskojuice (251 points);
These Receiver Are Great Good Range But A Little Big For Some R/C Plains,Boats And Cars. Other Wise Ezy To Bind No Problems.
-Reply from giuseppe (9 points);
the product has been personally tested and there is nothing wrong.
ok good, very good reception.

-Reply from Lerbarch (176 points);
I have six of them and never gave me work. recommend.
-Reply from EDUBRASIL (33 points);
I BOUGHT A 9X RADIO AND LIKED SO MUCH, NOW I AM BUYING 02 MORE RECEIVERS. VERY GOOD. PRICE IS OK TOO. TANKS AGAIN HK.
-Reply from ohmgnohm (70 points);
works more than 1000m in the feeld
-Reply from wind raider (39 points);
Very good and very cheap . I am so happy with this rx . I plan to use it with my .52 ASP engine plane
-Reply from Cleber (11 points);
Perfect receiver!
-Reply from Daniel (6 points);
Very good indeed ... The Turnigy sent well in this radio system ...
-Reply from JETPILOTRICH (258 points);
I fly my hobbylobby SU-34 daily with this reciever and 9X Radio. I use 4 of the programable mixers to achieve full switchable 360 vectored thrust...works perfectly!
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
I bought 4, 2 were bad.
-Reply from Dareeude (224 points);
Yeah, bought 4. All works perfectly. You might finally call a HobbyKing product flawless :D
-Reply from Spunky (56 points);
i'm not using this receivers because it's dead at flgiht and my plane crashed because it. 40 size sportplane Os 55Ax engine block Carburator Exhaust 2 servo gone the to trash.
-Reply from Hussain Joharji (361 points);
the receiver is very good and cheap ...

but it has one problem :

the receiver not has the FALLSAFE.

but i am like it ..

Best Regards
-Reply from chuiiicool (2 points);
very good price and work perfect, i used it since about 20 flights with the turnigy 9ch, the distance is very good, no bad surprises until now !
-Reply from marcelovieira (5 points);
I also bought this receiver he's very good for the price.

-Reply from Nilson (3 points);
These receptors from turnigy are very good for the price I got these two and I'm very satisfied.

-Reply from Corey (5 points);
I ordered this receiver as a spare in addition to the receiver that comes with the transmitter. This gets very heavy use in my battle bot and has yet to fail. The pairing to the receiver is not intuitive, but you can find tutorials on youtube.
-Reply from Grego (156 points);
i have bought 3 now if taken them out of the case and bought a large shrink tube ( the electrical heat wrap tubing stuff) and shrunk over it makes it so much smaller with no issues at all
-Reply from koken (5 points);
i have four receiver :) and all of them work fine
-Reply from Btran (1 points);
i bought 3 of them, they work perfectly but they are a little bit big/heavy .
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4116 points);
Bought the T 9x with 2 additional Receivers got them a few days ago and Binding is no Issue at all with all 3.
Great Deal with no Issues at all... Binding takes a few seconds and without Problms at all.
Thank you HK for such a great Deal and great Product
-Reply from F100CUFFLINK (1040 points);
OK GUYS YOU CAN STOP ANSERING LOL.
THANKS
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
I bought 5 and am very satisfied long-range and affordable prices
-Reply from Lazaro (32 points);
Tenho quatro receptores deste modelo e todos funcionando perfeitamente. Recomendo. ALazaro
-Reply from golan amano (1 points);
I bought 5 or 6 very pleased and recommend strongly
-Reply from Murphy (40 points);
Tres bonne porte. Juste bind pas tres fiable mais on y arrive facilement quand même. Alimenter d'abord recepteur puis ensuite alumer l'emetteur.
-Reply from Crazy_Trojan (27 points);
i thing to one more of turnigy tx its best tx what i can buy for this money in the world
james (22 points)
8/24/2010
  Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitters arrived today surely their receivers have too?!
     
-Reply from Crampy (197 points);
You would think that wouldn't you. But sadly no. Come on HK, where's the stock?
ANTONIO JOSE (7 points)
12/22/2010
  esto es increible, que van a poner sobre la llegada de este producto dentro de 30 dias?
     
-Reply from Francisco J (34 points);
Yo tengo un pedido de 2 receptores, ms una emisora Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitter w/ Module & 8ch R y una batera ZIPPY Flightmax 2500mAh Transmitter Pack.Todo esto parado por culpa de los receptores fuera de stock .Voy a suprimir el pedido de los receptores, aunque me salga algo ms caro pedirlos luego.
-Reply from ANTONIO JOSE (7 points);
Yo ya anule el pedido en otra ocasin, pero como ves sigue igual. Cuando coment en otro post que no tienen o estn perdiendo la poca seriedad que tenan es porque es as de sencillo. Lo malo no es que te engaen con la fecha de llegada, es que ha productos que tienes que pedirlos por cojones sin stock o no lo traen, y por supuesto nunca te lo envian en el plazo sealado. Juegan con nuestro dinero. SALUDOS
-Reply from Francisco J (34 points);
Lo que ms me revienta es que dn largas y pidan paciencia ,cuando ellos ya han cobrado. Por cierto ,porqu faltan letras si escribimos bien?
-Reply from Cpcharly (6 points);
Yo le escribi por chat, y me dijieron que el martes entraban, hoy repusieron las radios, asi que no me mintieron.
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Hello. Im sorry to hear that the Turnigy9X 8Ch Recievers were not in stock for you. They were in stock in December 2010 and January 2011. For sure the best thing to do is to BACKORDER these receivers. They are only US$8.99 each and have 8 Channels :) Many people want them and the smart ones backorder them, because when stock arrives it goes to BACKORDER customers first. Then it is advertised to the public. Good luck my friend and i hope stock arrives for you soon :) Please click the icon to say
ALEJANDRO (12 points)
1/28/2013
  does have this Receptpr "scan botton"?? If it doesn't have.. How can I link it? Thanks!!!
     
-Reply from ALEJANDRO (12 points);
Thanks NTH.! And Sorry for my english.!
-Reply from njck671 (10 points);
just plug the strap connector on rx, poxer your rx, then, press the BIND button on your emitter while you power it on. it will bind in one second( ps the strap (on rx) have to be plugged on the bind connector! and don't forget to put power via an ESC that has a bec)
MikeHeliMad (66 points)
7/29/2010
  HK My order is still waiting on these. The Transmitter is finally in stock, and I hoped these would come into stock at the same time! Do you have an Date that stock is due? I need to know whether to cancel these items off my order
     
-Reply from basvaningen (80 points);
I cancelled the receivers so they shipped the transmitter. You can do this via the Live Support. These people can directly cancel the transmitters. You wil get the refund in your Bonus points so that you directly can use them.
-Reply from basvaningen (80 points);
I cancelled the receivers so they shipped the transmitter. You can do this via the Live Support. These people can directly cancel the transmitters. You wil get the refund in your Bonus points so that you directly can use them.
pcsazevedo (67 points)
9/2/2010
  Alguem SABE como faz o BIND com receptor Deste o rdio, POIs No consegui .
     
-Reply from caomiudo (27 points);
Cara, eu ainda nao tentei no meu pq ja estava com o bind feito, mas quando chegar o receptor extra vou precisar saber bem isso. Voce ja tentou fazer do jeito que ta no manual em espanhol que tem para download aki? na pagina 10 fala sobre bind... http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=8992


-Reply from mafparque (8 points);
el bind es el conector que dice BAT (esta mal indicado).Conectas bateria en cualquier canal o el ESC en canal 3 luego enciendes la radio mientras que mantienes presionado el boton trasero ya esta.luego se apaga todo y se desconecta el bind cable del conector BAT.Esta listo para usar
-Reply from Lerbarch (176 points);
Ola amigo, v em files e baixa o manual, tem em espanhol e dpara entender muito bem, o bind muito fcil, qualquer coisa tem no youtube como fazer. Grande abrao.
-Reply from JOAO (30 points);
E AI AMIGO,é* o seguinte ligue o cabo de bind do recep. no canal bat(esta trocada a indicaç*ã*o) o esc no canal 3 aluz vermelha piscando.pressione o botao de bind no transmissor(no modulo atras do radio)ligue o radio aluz dorecep.ficara acesa boa sorte e vote em mim.
pcsazevedo (67 points)
9/3/2010
  I bought 6 new receivers and I am not obtaining to make the BIND, I tried to see the instructions that the friends dispatch by post here if somebody will be able to give better explanations is thankful to me.
The receiver is of 8 canals starting for the part of low with canal 1, later 2 canal and so on and the last one it is the BIND that is in the superior part of the receiver, I tried of that is form to try to make the BIND and I did not obtain.
I am using a battery NINH with four stacks.
Somebody can help me.
     
-Reply from HiFlyer7 (18 points);
the "bind" and "bat" plugs are backwards.put bind plug into "bat" and then try to bind it.
vauclard (62 points)
1/18/2013
  Bonjour J'aimerais comme " modifiedmustang" savoir si on peut l'accoupler à* la nouvelle 9XR merci
     
-Reply from Ivan (11 points);
Hi.You can´*t use this receiver with the 9XR.You need an dsm2 module and receiver for it like the Orange´*s
vauclard (62 points)
1/20/2013
  Hello, Thank you very much I just ordered it. 2.4Ghz Transmitter Module OrangeRx DSMX/DSM2 (JR / Turnigy compatible) 1 IN STOCK OrangeRx R615 Spektrum / JR DSM2 Compatible 6Ch 2.4Ghz Maybe I did not need DSM2 receivers, since you tell me that I will ré*cpeteur on photo above. I have also a radio Tunigy 9 X I flashed it accepete which receiver? Cordialy
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
In your place I would instead Orange buy frsky. for normal orange work - need change firware in transmitter. with stock firmware orange bedly work. frsky have telemetry. good work with old firware. but need change firware if you want output info from telemetry on transmitter display. but this also need to dismantle the transmitter and make some changes...
vauclard (62 points)
1/20/2013
  As always hurry it works, I opted for orange module for Turnigy 9XR Y t there will be mods to the radio??
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
in 9xr new firmware. maybe orange will good work and no need to change firmware...
JohnH (319 points)
6/7/2010
  Please let us know dimensions of this receiver.
To "guy ben yosef". No it will NOT. ALL 2.4 systems are proprietary & work only with their own brand Tx to Rx.
     
-Reply from Graham Daniel (506 points);
13mm x 34mm x [52mm body 2mm stub] 145mm aerial. I would not dangle this aerial out of a plane unless tied back to something, as it's a fine coaxial wire, difficult to repair to required standard if damaged. Note: there is provision on the PCB for a dual diversity receiver connector, but the connector is not fitted.
jozifek007 (16 points)
4/17/2011
  what is the range of this Rx?
     
-Reply from jojoles (291 points);
range test of my Rx is about 1,1 km.
-Reply from F100CUFFLINK (1040 points);
WITH an average size plane (40 size) it will be out of sight before you loose range.
-Reply from F100CUFFLINK (1040 points);
OVER 1400M
-Reply from PILOTO-SP (66 points);
More than 1000 without doubt, to fly electric like me is very good!
-Reply from Watrik (21 points);
about 600-800m
-Reply from dino1 (62 points);
i used this one on my wd ..... :) fly up through the clouds.... :)
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
I did a test tranmissor leaving the home and took the receiver at 1700m deistancia functioned normally sure that arrives more
-Reply from batiti (14 points);
more than 1000m(3000 fit)
-Reply from Edgar (13 points);
The range is awesome. You can loose it first from sight than from signal. Believe me, it happened to me twice. Gladly i have 20/20 vision and I recovered it. After these two experiences I can recommend the radio and the receivers.
-Reply from Exequiel (21 points);
500 mtrs
-Reply from ferenc0107 (2 points);
nálam a teszt 1 méteres repülöt amíg látom ,nyugottan el tudom engedni.szerintem jó a ható távolság.
-Reply from Crazy_Trojan (27 points);
1200 m
-Reply from golan amano (1 points);
1200 m
-Reply from Bernardo-Fakstel (7 points);
pelo que ví, chega a 1400 metros
jozifek007 (16 points)
4/17/2011
  does this Rx work with HobbyKing Tx, too?
     
-Reply from jojoles (291 points);
yes. HK T6A v2 work fine with this Rx.
-Reply from F100CUFFLINK (1040 points);
YES BUT EVERYONE SAYS THE HK RECEIVER IS BETTER AND IT IS MORE$$$$$
-Reply from PILOTO-SP (66 points);
Yes, only with T6a V2, also with HK GT2 3 channel is compatible to use in my Zag.
-Reply from Fernando (44 points);
muinto facild bindar, levissimo,sem iqual, recomendo
-Reply from CIDOPORFIRIO (4 points);
este receptor é barato e muito facil de blindar.
-Reply from CAPIXABA (5 points);
Otimo Receptor! Facil de bindar
-Reply from Crazy_Trojan (27 points);
yes HK 7x can use it
-Reply from Bernardo-Fakstel (7 points);
Excelente receptor, alem de barato.
flybyrc (59 points)
6/5/2012
  Can i use these with my futaba radio?
     
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
flybyrc I am so sorry NO. You can buy it and put it next to you Futaba but that is a s close as you can get. I will not work. It would be nice if all 2.4g were interchangeable but sadly not the case. I hope this helps.
-Reply from MKIXspitfire (10 points);
no they only work with the turnigy 9x transmitter iv tried to do that already. hope this helps?
-Reply from MusthafaWaru (2 points);
I sure can not, because the data Programe from TXFutaba is different from the data that is sent by TXTurnigy 9x. Although the same 2.4GHz frequency used
-Reply from marko k. (4 points);
NO they only work with the turnigy 9x
-Reply from MarceloMMY (97 points);
ONLY WORKS WITH 9X TURNIGY
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
No, the Futaba one will cost you more than the complete turnigy radio system :)
-Reply from Dragonsshout (1 points);
No it's only work with Turnigy 9X Transmitter...
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
No, only work with the turnigy 9x V2
-Reply from Andrew (9 points);
Just to be clear, this works with all 9x transmitters including my FlySky TH9X
-Reply from clearskies (2 points);
Receiver light is steady but still not working a test servo on ch1. Why are the bind and bat terminals reversed from the video directions?
-Reply from paulo (19 points);
não ele e padrao jr futaba. ele serve somente para o turnigy 9x
Wagner (15 points)
5/18/2014
  Amigo, bom dia, como este receptor é* feito em serie e vendido muito, alguns vem com problemas nas soldas ou nos caminhos, precisa abrir e alguem que saiba de eletronica refazer as soldas e conferir caminhos, fiz isso em 04 que deu problemas aqui do mesmo jeito e ficou perfeito, to voanco até* agora... Obrigado Abraç*os..
     
Andreas (5 points)
4/19/2011
  Hello All! Would it be possible to bind this receiver to an Assan module too? Thanks for your answers! Andreas
     
-Reply from edwin46 (112 points);
No , you cant bind this receiver with Assan module.
-Reply from ranki (8 points);
No I believe it´s impossible. It´s bind with FlySky receiver.
-Reply from jojoles (291 points);
no. this Rx you can bind together only with T9X v2 or HK transmitters v2. not ASSAN!

-Reply from Andreas (5 points);
Ok Thank you all! Your answers helped me a lot, a was near to buy it and learn it the hard way...
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
Not correct and you use the receiver module and the same brand or manufacturer ok ..
-Reply from Exequiel (21 points);
This receiver works only in turnigy 9x 2.4hz 8ch transmeter
-Reply from mike123141 (265 points);
You will need to get your own receivers for that module. Hope that helps.
-Reply from Crazy_Trojan (27 points);
no u need turnigy modul
-Reply from MrRCFlyyer (745 points);
Hey guys please do not mix up HobbyKing's Quality Products with Other Nonsensical Brand Names !
lublub (141 points)
4/21/2011
  can someone tell me Vmax i can use on it ? thanks
     
-Reply from mike123141 (265 points);
I have been using up to 6V with no problems. Hope that helps. **Mike
-Reply from lublub (141 points);
yes but it was for the max possible. my reason is I have build an RC train with one cell (lipo). instead of an ESC, I used the controller of a servomotor. it works perfectly. But the speed is too slow with 4,2V. Thank you mike
-Reply from Anderson Cesar (5 points);
I have this receiver on the radio I Turnigy 9 Sec. and so I have to speak well, already ordered another reception was good and achieved a very great distance, but with respect I flinched and the voltage was 6 volts on my receiver and it burned not advise using lipo receiver
-Reply from devaux (20 points);
fonctionne impeccablement avec 6volts
-Reply from Tales (27 points);
A informação impressa no receptor referente ao pino de ligação da bateria e do Bind estão invertidas
-Reply from Crazy_Trojan (27 points);
what is vmax?
-Reply from lublub (141 points);
in my mind Vmax is the maximum voltage we can use in this Rx. but it may have another meaning?
-Reply from Bernardo-Fakstel (7 points);
o ideal é usar os 5v, para evitar problemas
-Reply from jojoles (291 points);
hi. in manual you can see only 4,5 - 6,5 V input. i use it with 5V aoutput ESC´s, for safety i dont try to use another higher voltage. 5V is optimum, no more, no little...but 6V is max voltage which i will use!
-Reply from Watrik (21 points);
more than 5 volts chatter appears
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
Narrow o'k for us to understand
-Reply from Daniel Bosschieter (1 points);
max 6.5 volts!
-Reply from luis gustavo (1 points);
great tansmitter...excellent...eu recomendoooo
hugh848 (53 points)
1/5/2014
  Bought 2 of the and 9X transmitter some time ago as a backup to my Hi Tec. Through a stupid mistake I put the high Tec out of serve and had to use this. Am not l at all disappointed, easiest receiver o bind and works just fine. Buying two more
     
Bruno Jesus (12 points)
3/24/2012
  Does this works on a Fly Sky 9x B (v2)?

Thanks
     
-Reply from Ironeagle (25 points);
Yes it will work very good. "Fly sky" and "Turnigy" are the same radios. You can buy it without any problem and use it with your radio.
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
Yes, there are the same re-branded products.
-Reply from Igor (1 points);
Fly sky and Turnigy are different name of same product lines in TX/RX. so you can use it easily with each other.
-Reply from PatrickReis (12 points);
These products use the same software and are often manufactured in the same location and then receive the name of their brands.
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
sounds like a tall story 2 me :}
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
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Francisco J (34 points)
12/20/2010
  Translated by Google from Spanish to English.
Hello, I have an order of the day 15/11/2010 withheld because of Hobby Kig stocks do not have two units 9X Turnigy 8Ch 2.4GHz Receiver (V2)
Estimated mid-December date has passed!
What will be the actual date to have in stock?
********************-
Hola ,tengo un pedido retenido desde el da 15/11/2010 por culpa de Hobby Kig al no tener en stock receptores Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch (V2)
Ahora la fecha estimada pone mediados de diciembre y ya pas!
Cual va ser la fecha real de disponer en Stock?
     
-Reply from mike123141 (265 points);
Just be patient. The same thing happened to me, odds are many more receivers were wanted than the transmitter. Patience is a virtue!
-Reply from ANTONIO JOSE (7 points);
Patience is a virtue and seriousness is another virtue that these people do not have or have not known, but anyway, have not the year to which they relate
-Reply from mike123141 (265 points);
These people...you mean HobbyKing? Or people in general
-Reply from ANTONIO JOSE (7 points);
That people are talking about? What a question !!!!!!
-Reply from mike123141 (265 points);
? I'm not understanding you...try English
arthure (14 points)
6/20/2010
  Anyone have pictures and weight of this without case?
     
magik30 (8 points)
11/9/2013
  Caution! delicate wire antenna for the receiver
     
-Reply from waterlogged (3735 points);
You can always remove the antenna and fit your own, You only need a good soldering iron and ability to solder correctly. A good understanding of RF and feedlines is a definite advantage as well. I'd advise a GDO and SWR meter be purchased as well. The majority find it easier to use the "Delicate" wire antenna because to be honest it's been used for years and very few hobbyists have problems with it. After using well over 100 of them I've never had one fail. Handle them correctly and they last a lifetime. Actually they are pretty robust and handle being tossed around quite well. I've had them survive high speed nose-ins and be the only piece surviving in a few wrecks I've seen. Not really any need to use caution, simply treat them with respect, after all, they are an extremely important part of any RC setup. I believe most brands of receivers use very similar gauges of wire for their antennas so they must have something going for them.
magik30 (8 points)
11/9/2013
  Caution! delicate wire antenna for the receiver
     
-Reply from Senator315 (2043 points);
Tape it down, zip tie it or hot glue it, you should never have a problem.
-Reply from Mespilus (11 points);
I find that vinyl material, like those used for vinyl decals, works great. And you can get it in as many colours as you can imagine!
-Reply from waterlogged (3735 points);
He's off again. It seems magik is determined to tell us all HobbyKing's item are "fragile" I've used more receivers with this type antenna than most people on the forum and I have never had one part company from it's correct place. Obviously if something is treated roughly then it could pull away from the board but I've never seen it happen. So much for "fragile"
modifiedmustang (554 points)
1/16/2013
  Has anyone tried binding this receiver to any other modules? If so, what other transmitter modules available will work with these?
     
-Reply from modifiedmustang (554 points);
Thanks for the reply hermit, but what I'm trying to get at if finding a module I can buy for my 9XR that will allow me to use my existing receivers. I have over 30 of them, and replacement of all of them would be expensive.
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
many of our install Orange Spectrum on frsky. transmitters and receivers from turnigy sell very cheaply... maybe in your city or country you can find and buy
vanputte (7 points)
2/4/2011
  I have several Turnigy 9X receivers and all but three were easy to bind. On two, the LED blinks once (not twice) and will not respond to the transmitter. On the third, the LED blinks continuously and will not respond to the transmitter. Is there any recourse other than returning them to Hobby King or throwing them away?
     
-Reply from Orion13 (8 points);
Get the TX further away from the RX when you bind. Some times it can overwhelm the input of the RX if it is too close.
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
I just bought a handful of these with the (9ChTransmitter) and several people are reporting the same sort of issues as you are having. It looks as though the quality control of these receivers is not the best and as a result the product is not overly-reliable. A percentage of these recievers do not function correctly and if i was you i would be asking for an exchange of the faulty items for new ones. Its a ***mer having to post items back but it may be the only way to be compensated. Ask if t
-Reply from vanputte (7 points);
I have been able to get one of the three receivers to bind since posting my earlier message. Strangely, it was the one which blinked continuously when power was supplied. The other two still do not bind with the transmitter.
-Reply from RavenRes (16 points);
I had a similar problem. All of mine worked fine except 2 of them. Hobby King gave me a return authorization number immediately. I returned the 2 bad receivers, postage from Minnesota = $4.60. 7 weeks later I received 2 new receivers from Hobbyking. Both worked perfectly. Excellent service.
-Reply from Dmitry (1 points);
to eject them
-Reply from Etto_S. (64 points);
i just order 2 extra Rx... hope all bindable with same tx
-Reply from dino1 (62 points);
put bind jumper on the rx .... push bitton on the tx module ( on the tx back side ) turn on your tx with stil push the button.... turn on the rx the rx led will flashing...... turn off tx...rx and then put off binding jumper and turn on tx.... rx
Denis56 (28 points)
8/30/2012
  Hello all, does anybody know if this reciever is cPPM compatible and if yes, which channel is the output ? Thanks !
     
-Reply from byenilmez (46 points);
No it is not possible to get CPPM with this receiver.
-Reply from Denis56 (28 points);
Too bad, thanks!
-Reply from Denis56 (28 points);
Nothing more... I just wanted to save some wiring if possible, but it looks like it is not possible. Thanks !
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
i would say yes to get the credit but i would be lying if i did lol
Jose M (5 points)
5/28/2014
  Can I use a Lipo Rx batteryThis receiver. ie 7.4v?
     
-Reply from anikeev (1182 points);
No, it's too high voltage. But you can power this RX if your ESC have UBEC (most of em have it). It will give pure 5V to power RX.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Jose you can get receiver that can run a higher voltage (Up to 16v) but not this one. It is rated at 4.5v to 6.5v only. Above that you do damage to the receiver. (Even if it does work). Therefore you cannot plug a 2s (7.4v lipo fully charged it is 8.4v) directly into the receiver. As Anikeev said if you are using an ESC with an uBec or a standalone uBec to reduce the Voltage then it would be fine. Please Consider.
Robio (42 points)
2/20/2013
  Will this Rx bind with the FlySky TH9X transmitter?
     
-Reply from ScrapDaddy14 (41 points);
Yes it does. That's the transmitter I'm currently using.
-Reply from Robio (42 points);
Thanks for the quick reply... Will the 6ch version work as well?
-Reply from XRAYAIR (233 points);
The 6 channel TX won't bind to the 8 channel receiver, but the 6 channel receiver will bind to the 9X TX.
Pawel (21 points)
3/19/2013
  Hi, is this work on 2s lipo battery ? Thanks :)
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
if you connect 2s battery directly to receiver - receiver burn. need use ESC
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
written on the label that it supports voltages from 4.5V to 6.5V. for 2s and 3s batterys use esc to get the voltage down to approx 5V. 2s battery - is 7.4v
Jhon-Jhon (138 points)
6/7/2010
  Wow! What is the weight of that nice rx!?
     
-Reply from Graham Daniel (506 points);
18 grams, I estimate the case is 9 grams of that.
John (6 points)
12/10/2013
  can I use the 9xV2 receiver with a DJT module if i disconnect the stock V2 module in a 9X transmitter JOHN
     
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
No, turnigy and frsky use different protocols and are not cross compatible
acruwer (11 points)
10/18/2013
  Hi, Can I use on PCM and PPM mode this receiver? thanks
     
-Reply from German (119 points);
Yes, the encoder is PCM and PPM
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
NO! German, wrong.... More prcisly to say this RX ix compatible only with 9x stock TX module, and this module is PCM only
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
Aggghhh.... PPM only... sorry
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
MMM Acruwer NO this receiver is only """" PPM""""". If you can ever find a PCM receiver compatible with your Turnigy9XV2 (Which was never made) it may work.
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
NewToHobbyKing, RECEIVER is Turnigy(FlySky) V2 protocol... it has no relation to PCM or PPM...., PPM or PCM related to connection between TX module and transmitter controller only. TX module is PPM ONLY....
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
V_max sorry!! Back in the old FM36hzg Day and you need a Dual Rate Receiver PPM / PCM. Then listing for the Transmitter makes it very clear that "Number of Channnel: 8ch ppm" So the FACT is mute with out a 9 channel PCM receiver you cannot use 9 channel PCM. Or any PCM at all. But V_Max you have \added to the debt. You are now saying the modules that come with it is not PCM compatible. What about the ORANGE Modules can that run PCM / PPM?
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
NewToHobbyKing, we are in Turnigy 8CH RX discussion, And as I told earlier This RX compatible only with stock 9x module. So in above post I assumed only compatible 9X stock module... (Sorry, that wasn't clearly stated) Is orange module comaptible wit this RX? As I know not... What the sense to talk about orange here?
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
V_Max I bow to you sir. But this is an OPEN Discussion. So we are here to see if we can use Dual Rate. PPM and PCM. We have all stated the this Receiver does not support PCM because it is not a Dual Rat Receiver and only supports PPM. But V_Max you stated it had nil to do with the receiver but it was the Module on the Turnigy9XV2. So I add different Modules to the MIX. So V_Max since you raised it, what about other Transmitter or Modules (Like FlySky) . V_Max I do say Sorry!
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Also V_Max I have given you a Thumb Up or Like.
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
OK, let's stop on it...We are confusing people, acruwer, who asked the question, may occasionly make wrong conclusion that orange module may be used with this receiver...
Funprise (425 points)
3/17/2011
  Just asking i already have a frsky module v2 and was wondering if anybody tried binding this rx to the frskymodule. the price is too irresistble
     
-Reply from konstantinos (3 points);
yes i tried to bind it and it works perfectly
-Reply from tov.Lenin (32 points);
This unit is only suitable for its equipment. Go to your module it does not work. Completely different system of coding the signal. Regards Nick from Russia.
-Reply from Nilson (3 points);
I've tried to bind with module and it works perfectly flysky

-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
Yes it works perfectly ok
-Reply from Funprise (425 points);
Well i got it and tried to bind it but it wont. What was your procedure. BTW my frsky is the module mounted on a JR3810 radio.
Rasmus johansen (52 points)
6/22/2013
  Hi there. My reciever is not flashing when I turn it on with the bind plug. I only see a very short flash when turning is on without bindplug. Does anyone knows what might be wrong?
     
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Ras so where do you have your BIND PLUG, plugged? Try plugging it into the batt and not the bind. Power can go into any channel. Normally channel 3. Let me know!
franrole (11 points)
4/20/2013
  Por que no hay un Receptor Turnigy 9X 8Ch 2.4GHz (V2), con toma de RSSI.
     
-Reply from Gerry01 (4357 points);
La version mas vieja del receptor de 6 canales vení*a con la salida PPM de todos los canales en el conector de bind. No serí*a difí*cil de agregar ambas cosas, y serí*a un excelente valor agregado al producto!
franrole (11 points)
4/20/2013
  Why Not There A Receiver Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch (V2), RSSI outlet, if more people would buy asin.
     
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
Yes, RSSI analog output and PPMSUM for all 8 channels outputs and it will become unbeatable.. (channel outputs are not very important when you use flight controllers and can use single PPM sum wire instead of banch of wires for each channel so it can be reduced for minimum weight ) But... unfortunately no ... hate this.
cpkoh (40 points)
7/11/2010
  Can anyone tell whether this receiver is type PPM or PCM ?
     
-Reply from hobbyboys (19 points);
It is PPM. All 8 channels are usable.
-Reply from ahilleas (40 points);
you can set this(from transmitter) as ppm 8 channels or pcm 9 channels!
-Reply from heckschweber (8 points);
Hi, its 2,4 GHz!!! Theire is no PPM or PCM possiple. These is for 35 or 40 Mhz Transmitter!!
Lerbarch (176 points)
11/3/2010
  Alguem tem notcia de quando chega esse receptor?
     
-Reply from g1lt0n (11 points);
bom, ta escrito ai que chega no comeo de novembro n. chegou uma quantidade no meio de outubro agora, ai quem ja tinha pago eles enviaram, acho que o melhor que se tem a fazer com esse receptor comprar s ele e ficar esperando que quando chegar em estoque eles mandam.
-Reply from .Jms. (27 points);
Chegou hoje, mas j acabou de novo!
Compre em backorder e espere, o melhor jeito.
Eu havia comprado em setembro, chegou no meio de outubro mas eu ainda no recebi, pois tinha gente aguardando desde julho. Tive que esperar at a remessa de hoje para os meus itens sarem de backorder.
-Reply from g1lt0n (11 points);
isso aqui, acho que eles resolveram os backorder dessa vez s, enviaram todos e quem comprou comprou, agora s deus sabe quando vai ter de novo.
-Reply from Lerbarch (176 points);
obrigado mas j tinha comprado em espera, e j esta em reserva. Agora vamos aguardar o envio.
-Reply from fabiano (9 points);
Creio que chegue em dezembro .
-Reply from Ricardo (31 points);
Oi pessoal, alguem poderia me dizer se perco alguma coisa cancelando a compra inteira? Quero saber se todo o valor da compra mais frete sao convertidos em bonus, ou se somente o valor da compra convertido, perdendo o valor do frete? Obrigado!
-Reply from Lerbarch (176 points);
o credito e total
-Reply from Ricardo (31 points);
muito obrigado!
-Reply from .Jms. (27 points);
Acho que s h algum tipo de perda se em sua compra existir a utilizao de bnus. Ou seja, se voc usou seu bnus na hora de pagar, me parece que eles no devolvem como bnus o bnus j utilizado.
toose70 (37 points)
6/14/2012
  Hi guys. Does this RX require a separate battery plugged into the Batt channel to run? I mean can it not be powered via the ESC plugged into channel 3?
     
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
not require battery if you dont wish it. You can powered via ESC or BEC. I have 4 of these powered by ESC´s and BEC´s.
-Reply from handyjap (505 points);
If your ESC have a BEC that have enough current to drive all the servos, an option BEC is not necessary. For more current use UBEC.
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
I would also go with channel three, throttle, so yes I definitely think you are right. If there happens to be a second wire from the esc it is for the program card and should probably not be connected to the esc. Best of luck!
-Reply from Andrew (9 points);
Mine is run from the ESC in ch3, but I did have to plug the ESC into the "bind" slot with the bind plug in the "bat" slot when binding to my 9x transmitter. More detailed instructions can be found in earlier comments.
-Reply from toose70 (37 points);
Yeah thanks Guys for your input. Its my first 2.4 radio ( been using FM for 20 Years LOL). First i tried plugging in a 7.4vlt and can get the light to stay on and the radio to beep, but switching the radio off, then battery from RX and then remove bind plug doesn't work. IE i switch the radio on then power up RX and the light still flashes? Ive also tried plugging the ESC/BEC (with 11.1Vlt Batt connected to ESC) into batt channel to bind, but get no flash at all?
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
toose70 I know where you are , we were all newbies once. The system if bought as a set should come pre binded. Max volts fro Rx is 6.5 volts. You bec on the esc gives you about 5.5 volts. So grab a power (ie: 4xAA or ESC). Plug it is in and see if the light is red and on. (Bind Plug removed) and Tx on. If it is it is binded. If not well try this. Set your RX so the red light is flashing first the hold the button down on the Transmitter (TX) the trun the tx on. Also there is a video around here some were.
-Reply from toose70 (37 points);
Thanks guys. I sorted it. What happened was I add the polarity around the wrong way when connecting the Batt via ESC to the RX Batt channel. It would power up, flash and even stop, looking like it was binding but didn't. I watched one of the vids, & noticed I had the polarity wrong. Soon as I changed that it worked first go. Thanks for your help.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
toose70 good on you. It is such a good feeling when that RX binds. I know I did. Good question and welcome to the TEAM. Now the fun starts.
-Reply from Igor` Viktorovich (2 points);
ESC can be included in any canal and will earn, for planes to the 3rd canal
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Igor` yes and channel. As you said for planes the ESC goes into CHANNEL 3. Very good.
-Reply from gustavo tiezzi (24 points);
Eu uso no canal 3 que é do speed control, mas tantem pode ser usada uma bateria com ubec transformando para 4.8v ideal para planadores sem motor e de lift
-Reply from snappy (2370 points);
Allison/Kellyann is a scammer on this site, do not reply or credit. Site admin.
-Reply from KiloC (1 points);
It can, but you can also use an other backup battery
-Reply from adnan (1 points);
if you are using a electric then no need use separeate battry .. and if you are flying nitro with it then use battry with it
-Reply from paulo (19 points);
yes you plug 2 baterry in chanel 3
-Reply from 2strokeTimmy (2 points);
I'm a newbiee to this 2.4ghz stuff and need some help! I need another receiver to use in a second airplane, and I'm currenly using a Blitz Works 4 channel transmitter and receiver. My question is this: Will any 2.4 ghz receiver work with any 2.4 ghz transmitter?
-Reply from snappy (2370 points);
No No No most will only work with specific receivers. If you are getting a 2.4 set HK are soon bringing out a 9XR radio which is due to be a great value 9ch radio with inexpensive receivers.
-Reply from Devz_irl (24 points);
yes power into any channel will work
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
Sir all great answer above. Come on everyone have helped you. So give them some thanks. The receiver needs power. Weather this come from a battery pack or the BEC/ESC does not matter.
Daggymac (71 points)
6/7/2010
  Is this full range receiver?
     
-Reply from ronchudy (420 points);
it says full range on the reciever ,, on the sticker
guyby (14 points)
6/7/2010
  Does anyone Know if it will work with Corona 2.4Ghz DIY Module & RX (DSSS)?
     
HeikoH (13 points)
7/8/2010
  Can somebody please measure the dimensions of this receiver? (WxHxD)
     
-Reply from __Waco (321 points);
Dimensions of this receiver are: 52mm x 35mm x 15mm
-Reply from Shura (123 points);
190*80*240mm
-Reply from Shura (123 points);
Yes, Dimensions: 52x35x15mm
-Reply from nandobrasil (9 points);
ja comprei a mais de um mes e ate agora nada de aparecer no estoque...vou esperar fazer oque ne?..

valeu...
Graham Daniel (506 points)
6/7/2010
  I see only one aerial, and no auxiliary receiver module in the picture. Is there a second aerial for dual diversity reception ?
     
-Reply from Fugitive_Bill (430 points);
There is a slot in the side, I wonder if that is for a satellite receiver.
-Reply from Graham Daniel (506 points);
Wow... didn't think those would last long, 100 new receivers gone between last night and this afternoon... Hobbyking, for every transmitter you sell in this new series, there's going to be probably 4 receivers sold in short order, I think there's been over 250 transmitter sold in the new series over the last week, so we are looking for over 700 receivers just to balance against transmitters already sold. And some stock for the other new transmitters still selling please! However... only one aerial shown, receiver NOT dual diversity ? If we start seeing reports of lost planes... might not be such a hot seller. Very keen to get feedback of max range on moving models please!
-Reply from Eitan16 (52 points);
i have this reciver and there is no pins in the satellite hole.
-Reply from Andrew (21 points);
that woukld be now second Arial they've changed to sleeved dipole (something Hitec euphemistically call a BODA).

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-Reply from Andrew (21 points);
heck out this very good review ***********rcmodelreviews****/turnigy9xv2review.shtml
should answer you question
Graham Daniel (506 points)
7/31/2010
  For the record, over 570 units of these came in last night NZ time, but by this morning(31/7/2010), they had been snapped up, and are on back order again.
     
__geen (83 points)
6/9/2010
  on the back of the transmitter it has bind and range test how .and how do you bind the new reciever
     
-Reply from Andrew (21 points);

i found that the Bind plug had to be put into the Pins marked BAT so that the red LED would start flashing placing batery in to bind pins or i used the ESC pluged in to pins three then hold the bind range button on the trasmiter and turn on still holding Button red led will stop flahing and stay on turn off trasmiter unplug battery remove bind cord all done
-Reply from heckschweber (8 points);
But the battery in Channel 3 and the binding line in bat not in bind (you need a flashing light (still flashing in the reciver!!) Than but the button on the backsite of your transmitter an make power on (the light in the Reciver go in still red).Take the battery and binding wire of and back on bat (battery) now you have connected. Hope it works!! Greetings
Mickfly (22 points)
4/28/2011
  have three,but one has short range, only 10/20 metres.Checked aerial solder joint,outer cracked, soldered, tested, no go.Checked inner wire, broken,cut aerial back, resolder, test, still very low range.Coaxial very small so hard to see if good contact,must be the wire/conn. as unit binds ok.Does anyone know if the aerial has to be outside for better rec. or dose not matter and what is under the red shrink tube. could mine be faulty
     
-Reply from Dareeude (224 points);
Yes it potentially could, just tell hobbyking support, and they should issue you a refund or replacement :)
-Reply from floydbh (96 points);
you can not make the range test indoor. You must go outdoor! Walls, TV's, Microwaves... everything is potentionally a interference...
-Reply from FABIANO (9 points);
Hello friend.

I use this in a model airplane electric rx with internal antennas, already placed at a distance of almost out of sight and continued working perfectly.
Therefore I advise and indicate this rx for being an instrument of excellent quality.

embrace all
-Reply from F100CUFFLINK (1040 points);
I THINK IT A DEFECT RECEIVE just throw it away $9.00 or gey a HK about the same price the V2 only works lot of great feedback on it .Also u can get the 6 channel and its smaller ,i have t2 turnigy transmitters and love them, i thinking of getting a HK RX,

-Reply from Mickfly (22 points);
Tryed another 9X in small foamie fly ok then nothing, no control at all, no beeps looked at TX still on.Plane is now on ground try it again,ok. Will do a longer range test but i think its something else,as when out of range then back in range plane beeps to reset.I have one X9 rec left and seems fine used in Clouds glider and big Yak no probs. Have some hk6v2 rec coming hope they are better
-Reply from Ronald007 (407 points);
Depending on the place it is mounted in the plane and the make of the fuselage it could drastically reduce your range. Keep it away from carbon fiber rods and if your fuse is made from cf, you should drill a hole and mount the reciever to allow the antennae to hang outside the fuse. I have three of these and have not had any issues as of yet.
-Reply from F100CUFFLINK (1040 points);
yes that also is a factor any (carbon fiber) is that true with the 2.4? i dont know
-Reply from Mickfly (22 points);
Planes are all foam but most have cf spas, i put aerial outside as much as possible, from old school with 36 crystal aerials being outside but is 2.4 needed to do same? Just seen Fail Safe mentioned, is this an issue? Would the plane/TX connection simply stop then start up again



-Reply from isc_luiscad_uk (7 points);
1st.- all test must be outdoors
2nd.- I always left the antena outside de fuse
3rd.- if you can, try another ESC. I had interference problems with a 40A TowerPro ESC.
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
Iv'e got 2 bad ones, from the 4 I ordered. Fortunately, all the HK 6 channel V2 ones have been perfect, and fit my foamies a lot better, since they are quite a bit smaller.
-Reply from michael (2 points);
i bought the v2 about 3 months ago, i was a little worried at first beings that it is so cheap, but so far i have had no problems... i used it with my epp sukhoi and my edf eurofighter... absolutely no problems with range or glitching.. i just bought 3 more rx and cant wait to get them!
-Reply from Mickfly (22 points);
Thats good to hear about the hk v2. Good range, no glitches and more compact for my smaller planes and a good price to boot! 6ch is all i need for my models at the moment and still have at least one maybe two 9X's that are reliable out of three.I've got 3 coming, hopefully this week, cant wait to try them out for myself
David (6 points)
7/2/2014
  Can anyone tell me which channels control which servos? ie* channels are not labelled as AETR etc Only has ch 1, 2, 3, 4 etc
     
-Reply from SkyLe (882 points);
Depends on your radio, you can usually also program it to change the order. On the 9X, the default order is Aileron, Elevator, Throttle, Rudder for channels 1 to 4.
-Reply from David (6 points);
Thanks Skyle
-Reply from anikeev (1182 points);
You can find (and change) it in STICK BEHAVIOR section in menu.
-Reply from David (6 points);
Thanks Anikeev Now here is another question How do I program the 3 position switch (mix) ??
-Reply from anikeev (1182 points);
Maybe this video will help.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
David the 3 position switches is easy set from the Menu. As for the Channel Setting if you are us this receiver with a Turnigy9XV2 then it is Ch 1 is Ailerons (Rudder if no Ailerons), Ch 2 is Elevator, Ch 3 is Throttle and Ch 4 is Rudder. (This is a AETR system). Ch 5 to 8 is up to you!
fburden (9 points)
7/20/2011
  Checkout the picture I just uploaded in the Files Tab. I removed the case, put shrinkwrap on, the weight is now 12 grams, great for my foamy parkflyer!!
     
-Reply from Alex Sander (7 points);
Este receptor é ótimo para usar em aeromodelos, Glow, eletricos, e Heli seu receptor é leve e pequeno tem uma boa recepção.
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
Buy the hk 6 channel v2 receiver for fomies. Much lighter and smaller. Thats almost all I use. My bigger planes like my pby I use the 8 ch.
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Nice fburden. Im going to do the same to my 9X8C's. Many thanks for the photo.
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
otimo receptor, não pesa muito, uso em eletrico, e gas....não desmonto nada...
-Reply from MGMagno (7 points);
Great idea...
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
yes you can remove the box and use shrink that greatly reduces the weight or use the HK 6ch v2 much lighter and much smaller feathers lost the two channels ok
Pablo Martin (23 points)
9/27/2013
  Can I buy the Transmitter module only?
     
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
No, Turnigy 9x stock module is not available separately...But lot of people replace this stock module with better alternatives, so you may find one on rc forums or on e bay
pejay (601 points)
8/6/2010
  Great receivers for a bargain price. But does anybody know how big servos can be connected, i.e. what is the max Amp per channel?
I have searched this for many other receiver brands including $pektrum but none so far state the max servo load. It is strange since I think it's very important to know this. But maybe I am wrong. Thankful for a replies
     
atlantis32de (6 points)
1/29/2011
  Wie lang wird hier auf den Empfnger gewartet (im Durchschnitt)??
Bei mir steht seit 2 wochen:Backorder

     
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
I would expect to wait one or maybe two months in the worst of scenarios.
-Reply from RavenRes (16 points);
I waited 5 months for the first ones, only 3 weeks for my second order.
-Reply from maxmad (2 points);
2 wochen !
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Hallo Atlantis32de, ist dies Turnigy9X Sender sehr beliebt und der beste Weg, um zu gewhrleisten Aufnahme eines ist, es nachbestellt. Wenn die neue Lieferung erhalten haben, bekommen die Nachbestellungen aus FIRST geschrieben, dann den Rest des Kunden kann man kaufen und es wird jetzt als "auf Lager". Diese Sender kommen in den Bestand etwa einmal im Monat. Das hatte sie in December2010, Januar und Februar 2011. Ich hoffe, Sie erhalten eine sobald sie sehr preiswert und funktionieren sehr gut be
-Reply from Mac.p (12 points);
Es kann bis zu 30 Tage, bevor sie wieder auf Lager sind

Steel (11 points)
4/25/2012
  do these us ppm or pcm. and would they work with an exceed remote?
     
-Reply from Andriy (107 points);
ppm or pcm you choose on transmitter, this recievers will work only with Turnigy 9x or with similar clones FlySky 9x, Eurgly, Imax 9x wich are using the same modulation.
-Reply from waterlogged (3735 points);
I have an Exceed system and I tried the receivers on the 9X but I'm afraid it was unsuccesfull. The pcm and ppm are selectable from the menu of the radio
-Reply from Spiel (10 points);
Seems to be only PPM. PCM selectable from your transmitter, but servo works wrong with this RX on PCM.
-Reply from agnes (24 points);
You have to be in PPM modulation in order for the 9x 2.4Ghz Protocol To work,It binds just fine and all channels work,easiest way to bind is to supply 4.8v Rx battery into battery port and bind plug into Bind Port,light will blink inside the case,turn radio on While holding bind/range button in the back and keep holding until light goes solid,youre done
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
Only work fine in PPM.
Kellyann (16704 points)
11/28/2011
  So how does this buddy code work?
     
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
Hay I can answer this one. You send the buddy code to all your mates. They will get a discount id they buy. And you will get a spotters fee. But only for the first one they buy. If they buy 2 the second is full price.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Ok I must try it. Cool
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
é isso ai....
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
http :// www . hobbyking . com / hobbyking / store / uh_viewitem.asp?idproduct=12339&buddycode=6BF22D1C-E8E3-431D-800B-94185A90AB0C
Tatzi (32 points)
4/8/2013
  Sehr zufrieden mit diesen Empfaenger, ein unschlagbarer Preis.
     
reduans (48 points)
8/28/2012
  ****
     
-Reply from sxyrx7 (18 points);
NO only Turnigy9X radio
-Reply from IrishSteve (13 points);
****
-Reply from Andriy (107 points);
To "sxyrx7" if you don't know exactly please don't wright noyhing! IrishSteve is absolutely wright! 1 The same radios V2 and all compatible with Reciver!
-Reply from jimgreen360 (18 points);
yes V2 works with all of those as they are the same radios just with different branding

-Reply from FaelSilvestre (15 points);
you have to use just in turnigy rx is more safe
-Reply from jchtr3a (66 points);
I've got 4 of these. They bind with my FlySky TH9X transmitter, and work very well.

-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
****
reduans (48 points)
8/12/2013
  are this receiver come with bind plug...?
     
-Reply from Senator315 (2043 points);
Yes they do.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Reduans so many bind plugs. Like how many do you need. You get one when you buy the RC System, that should be it. To get another with every receiver. Now if HK keeped them they could sell them, to those who need them. Or just give them away. I have so many BIND plugs! So yes you get one with this receiver!
reduans (48 points)
8/13/2013
  ****
     
-Reply from Senator315 (2043 points);
No, it will NOT work with V1. You may find one on ebay or other stores.
.zac. (144 points)
1/31/2011
  Buy these while you can people. They'll be out of stock in 5 minutes and it'll be 5 years before theyre back in.
     
-Reply from DEON50 (1 points);
Latest HobbyKing**** order status
Order Number:2001951286
Value:$97.12
Status:Paid, Processing

What is happening to my order as i paid already but it says processing
deon

-Reply from Dareeude (224 points);
Yeah, just bought 3 *)
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Hiya mate. Definately buy these Turnigy9X 8Ch recievers on BACKORDER my friend. They are so popular that everyone buys them on backorder, making it look like there is no stock. Actually there is stock but when they arrive they get posted straight out to backorder customers. Only a few remain for regular customers. Hobby King had them in December 2010 and mid-January 2011. More are on the way *)They are a bargain and work very well for the price. Good range, 8 channels to play with and light weig
-Reply from Luiz Paulo (12 points);
Correct, I recomend you people to do that!
-Reply from RavenRes (16 points);
I waited 5 months for thse the first time I ordered them, but they were well worth the wait. The reason they are never in stock is because you just can't beat them for performance and value.
-Reply from maxmad (2 points);
exact buy them !!!
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
I orderd 2 when i saw ur comment gotem theyr great :}
arfonzo (125 points)
7/1/2010
  Hola:

Una pequea duda.

Cuando se tienen varios receptores de varios aviones para un solo emisor, se debe encender el receptor del avion a utilizar y despues seleccionar en la emisora el modelo correspondiente Verdad?.

Bueno, dos preguntas ....

Y aunque se pudieran encender otros receptores despues solo obedeceria el que se encendio primero verdad ?

Muchas gracias.
     
-Reply from kanillo (10 points);
Todos te van a respoder al mismo tiempo, simpre que hayas hecho la sincronizacin entre rx y tx, saludos
flycap93 (22 points)
12/29/2011
  Hi I know this ? has probably been asked alot. But what channel is what number on this RX. I am used to the $pektrum stuff and now switching to this turnigy radio.
     
-Reply from rc speed (281 points);
chanel 3 is motor
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
fltcap93 that is OK to ask this question. It does not say in listing. So it is a Turnigy 9X8C. There the 8C stands for 8 channel. Please note it will not work with $pektrum I have tried. I hope this helps.
-Reply from Ronald007 (407 points);
It depends on how simple or complex you want it to be. For a basic 4 ch, it goes 1 ail, 2 elev, 3 throt, 4 rudd. For dual ailerons, I use ch1 for right aileron and ch 6 for left. The other channels can be linked to the knobs or switches or even to the ailerons, rudder, or elevators via mixing.
-Reply from MrRCFlyyer (745 points);
CH1-Ailerons CH2-Elevator CH3-Throttle CH4-Rudder Standard for all Radios Thanks
-Reply from Edson (3 points);
this radio is very good.
-Reply from Bacter (254 points);
So you got an answer why do you not reward some one?
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
no radio da turnigy, pode-se alterar os comandos facilmente, mudando o canal respectivos de comando.. escolha a melhor opção que se adapta a voce..
-Reply from Joe (23 points);
You can also PROGRAM the radio to Mix the channels so Using more than one channel on the RX is able to do the same thing on the TX , ie, programming flaperons, check it out on youtube. its a great source for turnigy 9x info!
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
already answered
wilson (5 points)
5/23/2012
  sabé*is si se puede sacar la señ*al RSSI de este modulo?
     
-Reply from Ender22 (47 points);
There is no RSSI on this receiver.
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
No se puede, o al menos yo no lo he conseguido.
-Reply from jesusvillaa (69 points);
No es posible usar rssi con este receptor, lo he leido en inglés en otro post.

Slash (12 points)
12/23/2010
  Ik vind de services van hobbyking echt slecht...
Ik wacht al meer dan twee maand, ik denk er aan om de order te annuleren.

Sorry for my bad engels.
     
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
Netherlandisch?
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Hiya Slash, Im sorry to hear that the Turnigy9X 8Ch Recievers were not in stock for you. They were in stock in December 2010 and January 2011. For sure the best thing to do is to BACKORDER these receivers. They are only US$8.99 each and have 8 Channels :) Many people want them and the smart ones backorder them, because when stock arrives it goes to BACKORDER customers first. Then it is advertised to the public. Good luck my friend and i hope stock arrives for you soon :) Please click the icon to
Slash (12 points)
12/23/2010
  I like the services of hobby king really bad ...
I waited more than two months, I remember to cancel the order.

Sorry for my bad english.
     
-Reply from ilektron (72 points);
I'm ordered two about at the same time. Still waiting. Hopefully 30 days will be 30 days.
-Reply from pH0En|}{ (8 points);
same here
-Reply from Bahus (44 points);
Ordered two weeks age along with transmitter. Now both receiver and transmitter are markes as "reserved". Stock arrives, but all goes to preorders.
-Reply from ilektron (72 points);
These things go faster than hot cakes. Hopefully mine will ship soon after 2 months now that they are 'reserved'.
-Reply from Cowboy (249 points);
check by morning (almost every day) *******hobbycity****/hobbyking/store/hobbyking_new_hobby_stock_arrival.asp
-Reply from ilektron (72 points);
Mine shipped the other day. I will admit, I expected it to take this long. That is the game you play with HobbyKing. Good things come to those who wait. And wait.
-Reply from Cowboy (249 points);
that's it !!! *-)
-Reply from n3m1s1s (1027 points);
THEY IN EVERYONE :) GO GO GO
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Hiya Slash, Im sorry to hear that the Turnigy9X 8Ch Recievers were not in stock for you. They were in stock in December 2010 and January 2011. For sure the best thing to do is to BACKORDER these receivers. They are only US$8.99 each and have 8 Channels :) Many people want them and the smart ones backorder them, because when stock arrives it goes to BACKORDER customers first. Then it is advertised to the public. Good luck my friend and i hope stock arrives for you soon :) Please click the icon to
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
i have 2 on order i hpoe they get in cos hk's stock levels move fast *} ps ur english is fine
Barry (5 points)
10/19/2010
  Hi,

Does anyone has any idea when those RX's will get in again? 1 month, 2 months?? :)

Greetz..
     
-Reply from Barry (5 points);
Ow...stupid me.. In November ... sorry... But I just can't wait :)
-Reply from Rick8686 (70 points);
They just came in 25/10/10, only 700. Backorder is still at 1100!
-Reply from .zac. (144 points);
bloody useless HK. they should be far more onto it with these as theyre an in-demand item. or atleast be honest and give us realistic arrival times
-Reply from FPV-Nut (177 points);
They still need to fill a order of about 400 hope they hurry up befroe x-mas !

Barry (5 points)
10/27/2010
  Yeah,
Mine were shipped this week as well :) Cant wait to get them! :)
     
-Reply from Draghetto (14 points);
Be patient, HK shipping is very fast:)
-Reply from .Jms. (27 points);
Mine too!!!
nigelboyd (35 points)
7/18/2010
  Will the turnigy 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2) bind successfully with a Corona 2.4 GHz JR Module (CT8J)?
     
-Reply from __Waco (321 points);
No, this Rx (9X8CV2) will work only with Tx with TX-9X(v2) module.
-Reply from stylianos (72 points);
Do you know if it works with futaba 10 CG 2.4?
-Reply from Such Is Life (250 points);
NO it will not. See the reply above.
hamid (33 points)
8/9/2011
  Can any plz tell y I only get about 30 meters range. It just cuts off after that. My transmitter turnigy 9x transmitter works fine with other receivers that I bought here.
     
-Reply from storm_valley (3 points);
If you are trying to send the signal via a couple of objects and don't have line of sight this could be the reason. Make sure your batteries for BOTH the transmitter and receiver are fully charged and at the right voltage. I'm using a Turnigy 2650mAh 3S 1C LLF Tx Pack (Futaba/JR) Lipo battery instead of normal AA batteries (in the transmitter) and it works like a charm. The receiver requires around 5v and can be powered by the a normal BEC (battert elinator circuit of an ESC). If all else fails
-Reply from Sidey (5 points);
in your situation fault lies firmly on the side of the receiver. Try to fix it or use any other receiver.
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
Make sure the antenna lead didn't break off the board. It happens a lot.
-Reply from MGMagno (7 points);
Hi i have two of them. Look inside, openning the back of the radio and the receiver, usually the cable off the antenna breaks off the board.
-Reply from rcxpress (16 points);
hi if it isnt broken of the Board duble the length of your Wire for antenna and make sure that it is sticking out for better Signal.
-Reply from Josef (2 points);
You're probably wrong TX.I works to 1000 meters without him problems.
-Reply from Miroslav (13 points);
I would guess that it will be badly soldered antenna in the receiver there must be the center and shield separately.
-Reply from ExtraRC (2 points);
Hi Hamid, your range will be significantly reduced if your TX and RX batteries are low. I experimented with the TX batteries and found if I let the voltage drop to around 9.6v (using 8 x 2900mah cells), then i get very little range. Get yourself a battery alarm for your RX too, they are very cheap and what i learned was that my lipo was suffereing when I had full throttle and the red lipo alarm lights would flash. Everytime the lipo lights went red at full throttle, I would lose range and connectivity between TX and RX almost instantly. I think the key here is good batteries. Hope this helps.
-Reply from aaron2233 (553 points);
hey hamid has a wire on receiver cut,split,broken it happend to me yes it was a fault on the receiver it was the aintena the wire from the inside was broken. need more help send me a post . aaron2233
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
otimo radio rx, recomendo
-Reply from Tommhy (41 points);
i think it's a welding problem... if you can, open the rx box and check the solder on PCB... or a bad antenna probably...
JoKe92 (7 points)
9/15/2010
  I orderd one but they do not seem to be restocked?! So I tried to delete it from my list as marked above but all I get to read is this: "Cannot find paid, active order in your history" And next time I look it is still there...
     
-Reply from plasticbaldy (456 points);
email cs@hobbyking.com They'll reply in a day or so.
JAVISUZUKI (10 points)
9/8/2010
  When will these be available? Come on HK!!!!!!!!
     
JAVISUZUKI (10 points)
10/27/2010
  Does anybody use this RX in a Glow Plane? Results?
     
-Reply from Nickeystar (225 points);
I use it in a Kadet 40, it works very much the same as it works in my electric Yak54 the only difference: in the glow one I wrap it with sponge.
-Reply from JAVISUZUKI (10 points);
Thank You Nickeystar for your answer. Anybody have a bad experience with this RX in a Glow plane?
-Reply from Lerbarch (176 points);
Javier eu uso em glow e funciona perfeitmente bem!
-Reply from JAVISUZUKI (10 points);
Gracias Marcos. saludos
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
Yes, the result was that it worked......
jeb6754 (5 points)
6/1/2013
  Does this rcvr do failsafe and if so, where is manual?
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
with this receiver failsafe dont work
-Reply from jeb6754 (5 points);
Thanks. I wanted know if I would be able to use it for a quadcopter.
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
yes. you can use this receiver on quadrocopter
-Reply from anikeev (1182 points);
As hermit81 said, failsafe will not work with the receiver. But you can set your flight controller to do proper things when signal from receiver is lost (if your controller allows it).
-Reply from jeb6754 (5 points);
So far as I know the fc I am using doesn't have it implemented yet. I believe its coming in a future release.
-Reply from StevenC (809 points);
No it doesn't have failsafe. I just bought a FrSky module and receivers, they support failsafe on all channels, have range-check and best of all RSSI
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
I'm not sure what controller you use and what firmware.. But, Multiwii CAN be configured to use failsafe on signal lost, and I set it up successfully with turnigy 8ch rx.
ANARIT-119 (435 points)
1/29/2011
  The new picture of the Rx shows a slot. Does that mean that turnigy is planning to introduce a satellite Rx for this version?
     
-Reply from dskalski (8 points);
The older version had a satellite RX. It's just they are using the same cases.
-Reply from ANARIT-119 (435 points);
I am talking about the Recievers on version 2 itself. My radio is a V2, but the Rx does not have a slot for satellite Rx.
-Reply from dskalski (8 points);
I was talking the v2 RX also. Then the pic is out of date. The v2 RX used to have to slot cut out in the case but didn't have the connector for the satellite soldered to the board. It was the old v1 case with the v2 guts in it.
-Reply from ANARIT-119 (435 points);
Ohk. Ohk.... Thank You...
-Reply from ilektron (72 points);
The RX I got has an unpopulated 3 pin header on the PCB that looks like it routes to power, gnd, and one line to a pin on what looks like the micro proc in the receiver. Could be possible.
-Reply from DukeOfDream (110 points);
actually the older version (V1) had satellite and this one doesn't have anything inside the slot...
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
What is a satelite rx pls (
Rboxx (10 points)
2/28/2012
  Buddy code - 16B36B5D-314E-4DBE-AFA1-C203AA0210CF From 24-feb till 09-march
     
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Vyacheslav thanks but this is not the place to put it. In the forum there is a whole forum for buddy codes. You will find in a day or to two HK will edit this out SORRY!!
-Reply from Rboxx (10 points);
Sorry for that, i didn't know... Well, will write them on forum now. Thanks for info!
rlilayu (50 points)
8/26/2010
  Come on HK, where's the stock?
     
rlilayu (50 points)
8/31/2010
  come on hobbyking! restock this item, only restock the radio but no the receiver....
     
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
you can try the hobbyking 6ch v2.
-Reply from ExtraRC (2 points);
Morning, not sure how old this thread is but I can see stock as of 15th Apr 2011. Best Regards, Mike

netos (120 points)
8/12/2010
  I got my Rx today. It seems like it does not work. If I connect any power supply (to bat connector, tu bind connector, tu 3rd connector, it doesnt matter - 5V from ESC or 5.13V from external power supply) it behaves like it's dead - no red led is lighting. I have the same 5 pieces - all behave the same. Any idea pls?
     
-Reply from Minh Nguyen (8 points);
I have the same as yours.All my 4 pieces, with no red light at all.They did not work.
-Reply from Minh Nguyen (8 points);
1-You have to plug bind cord into BAT pin first
2-Plug Battery into BIND pins after (very important, you have to respect this order)
3-The red light on Rx will flash
4-Hold the BIND RANGE button on Tx
5-Turn ON the Tx (keep holding the button)
6-Red light on Rx will stay ON
7-Turn off Tx, unplug battery, remove Bind cord

NB: I'm sorry for previous comments. The receivers are very good and work well.
-Reply from netos (120 points);
I fixed it already! It's necessary to connect voltage from EXTERNAL source, not from ESC! And of course voltage to BIND pins and bind cable to BAT pins.
-Reply from VicSmith (11 points);
Hi Netos, please that you managedto get it up and operating. As someone new to 2.4 ghz, I also had problems, and spent some hours trying to get a bind.

Although Minh has added the steps above, there are a couple of other things that might help others to overcome the same problems.

The transmitter is able to be turned on first. Just hold down the bind/range test button on the back of the transmitter as you turn it on - you can then let go of the button, the transmitter is in 'bind mode', and gives you two hands free to manipulate the receiver !.

The bind plus is plugged into the second slot (counting from the 'top' where the red Bind/Bat label is (as others have described), then connect the power to the top slot. If you get it right, you will see the LED (which is only visible from the top edge) light up continuously.

My problem was that I was connecting the power with the wrong polarity (which results in a very fast flash rate on the LED) and/or had other items connected (resulting in a slower flash rate). If you only connect power (and with the positive/red on the 'centre' pin and the black/ground on the pin furthest away from you, the bind is almost instantaneous !.

4 hours for the first bind, 30 seconds for the other 6 !!


Have Fun,

Vic
-Reply from netos (120 points);
Hello VicSmith, as I already wrote, i have already solved my problem. It was only in the fact I connected power from ESC, not from external power source - and exacly that was my problem. As you wrote, first bind for almost 2 days, the others for 30 seconds :-) I wonder, there is no official and complete manual.
-Reply from LarsNilsson (28 points);
Have you paired it with your tx yet? I had to put the bindcord in the battery contact and the battery in the bind contact. You could try that
-Reply from netos (120 points);
Lars, first read the messages on top. Thanks.
-Reply from frankhidro (9 points);
yo tambien compre 5 receptores y no funcionan. ya he tratado de todas formas ha hacerlos trabajar y nada.ni siquiera prende el led
-Reply from HiFlyer7 (18 points);
put the bind plug in where it says "bat".The "bind" slot is not connected and won't work. Took me awhile to figure that one out.
-Reply from ronchudy (420 points);
hobby city give minh nguyen $10 for explaining the binding order.. its a waste of time with out his instructions .. why not put his instructions with the item on the web site with the product
narue@gmail.com (37 points)
6/29/2010
  Bom Dia, Comprei um radio desse, comprei errado, modo 1 quando no brasil o usado modo 2, consegui inverter os lados do camando com muita facilidade, testei o radio com meus avies eletricos e nao tive problemas funcionou sem problemas!!!! vou testar com um avio glow na proxima semana......no testei com helicopteros pois voo apenas avio!!!! recomendo o produto!!!!!
     
cd_torr (22 points)
4/10/2012
  Has anybody tried to bind this receiver with a HK-7X transmitter.
     
-Reply from Stevegauth30 (80 points);
I could be wrong,but I really don't think so.i just tried with a HK t4a.no luck
-Reply from rc speed (281 points);
NO YOU CANT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
Not compatible!
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
cd_torr well YES i have tried and failed. They looked different but I had spare weight on a parcel so I tried. I also tried the RX of HobbyKing HK6S 2.4Ghz FHSS 6Ch Tx & Rx (Mode 1). Yer no go either. I hoped because it looked very much the same (except it had a white tail instead of a red tail like the other HK 6 RX that works) Thanks for the chat.
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
No, you dont bind with this transmitter.
fifty14 (6 points)
11/27/2013
  Its channel 3, like on all normal tx.
     
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Fify14 you are a Platinum Member so you could have answered in Moses Question. That way he would of gotten an email telling him you had answered. So if you knew this and just clicked here by mistake, sorry and forgive me.
macwarrior (46 points)
10/5/2010
  Since this receiver is basically never in stock...are there any >4 channel receivers that are also compatible with the Turnigy 9X v2 that are actually available? Even on **** or something? I prefer HK for everything when possible, but this thing has been out of stock since the summer and I really need another receiver with 4 or more channels.
     
-Reply from macwarrior (46 points);
The **** above are of course that famous auction site online *)...not that I am trying to drive business away of course, I just want to find an alternate source while I wait, and wait, and wait for HK...
-Reply from scottybr (80 points);
6ch FlySky. Make sure you get the "b" version which is the same as v2 here.
JuanchoRC (82 points)
3/26/2011
  este receptor le sirve a una Tx flysky 2.4gh 9ch
     
-Reply from Eric (1 points);
creo que este receptor solo funciona con el transmisor turnigy 9x y visceversa
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
Since V2 serves yes ok.
-Reply from Nilson (3 points);
If the transmitter is flysky V2 operates normally

-Reply from Cpcharly (6 points);
Internamente son Iguales las Radios, yo diria que le va el Rx. Busca los videos en Google!!!
JuanchoRC (82 points)
6/8/2012
  That another receiver will be compatible with 2.4 Gh Flysky 9CH module FS-TM001 ? thanks.
     
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
JuanchoRC No it has to be a Ver 2 Transmitter to work with this ver 2 receiver. I am sure Flysky 9CH module FS-TM001 Is a version ONE. I hope this helps. By the was there is a Ver 2 FlySky that works with it. So is it a ver 1 or Ver 2. Hobby King has receivers that are compatible with v2 ""PRODUCT ID: HK-T6A-V2 Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2""" and V1 PRODUCT ID: HK-T6A Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V1
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
V1 only compatible with V1. V2 only compatible with V2.
donald s (166 points)
10/6/2010
  the hobby king 6ch v2 works with tx-9x-v2 Will the flysky 6 ch r6b work with the tx-9x v2 transmitter they look the same?
     
-Reply from scottybr (80 points);
Yes it will work. I just got one yesterday in the mail. I did a bind with my turnigy Tx and the receiver works flawlessly. I haven't taken it out for a flight in a plane yet but I am sure it will perform the same as the ones you buy here. Cost a few dollars more elsewhere but at least I can go flying now.
-Reply from donald s (166 points);
Thanks a lot scottybr im going to get the flysky r6b and try it out. have fun flying.
Crampy (197 points)
8/17/2010
  When are thses going to be in stock again???
     
-Reply from james (22 points);
The Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitters arrived today. last time transmitters arrived, about 12 hours later so did the receivers! I hope it's the same again!!!
-Reply from Vanderlei-ninho (18 points);
When are thess going to be in stock again???
Crampy (197 points)
8/30/2010
  Are these ever going to be in stock???
     
-Reply from ExtraRC (2 points);
Morning, not sure how old this thread is but I can see stock as of 15th Apr 2011.

Best Regards, Mike
Crampy (197 points)
3/25/2011
  Hello HK. When are we going to see the mini 4 channel rx for this system for sale here? The TGY9X4C.
     
-Reply from ppompka (39 points);
Talk around supporte online, you should obtain some information.
-Reply from Crampy (197 points);
This is more ot let other users know there is another Rx that Turnigy makes. I still don't know why it's not yet available here.
-Reply from tiger99 (149 points);
U could use a 3.Channel Receiver or remove the Plastik housing of the Receiver!!
-Reply from Crampy (197 points);
I could, but I fly 4 channel planes. 3 Channel is no good obviously and removing the plastic case still doesn't really make it much smaller. The 4 channel Rx is Turnigy branded and HK is the Turnigy brand mother company, yet they don't list them here.
-Reply from dino1 (62 points);
u can used Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2 for light and small idiom rx
-Reply from aerobatic19 (25 points);
Nice working and very good price/quality
freddy944s (18 points)
7/28/2010
  ****
     
-Reply from janham (14 points);
****
-Reply from freddy944s (18 points);
****
-Reply from ay6810 (238 points);
****
-Reply from Ramir (718 points);
Hi Freddy994s. I have tested yesterday Turnigy RF9X-V2 module with 3ch HobbyKing receiver (from car/boat HK-GT2) Modulation is GFSK. It works perfect! So, we have now possibility to use small receiver for parkflyer :-)
Ramir
VASPET (5 points)
8/7/2012
  When the receiver will be available? Any news?
     
-Reply from Andriy (107 points);
turn off cookies and buy backordered, stock usually arrive every 10-14 days.
-Reply from Anant (12 points);
As mentioned earlier, this will be in stock within 10-14 days. Its worth waiting.. you wont find 8 channel receiver for under $10 anywhere online.
-Reply from Markoo (27 points);
very fast
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
I must agree with the above. You need just buy NOW and you be sure of getting it.
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
if u dont want to pay before the stock is in, click the email me button, And be quick *}
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
Yes that is great but do you know how many time I have gotten an email to say it is in, just to get there as they sell out. Back order are always fill first. It just happens that some time there a few left for new orders. I hate waiting too but if you see it from HobbyKing side they are so much more motivated once the money is in the bag. I know when we sold computers we love to have the money up front. As a customer I want it my way always but as a customer I do tend to change my mind. I have, as a seller, had buyer say KEEP IT FOR ME I WILL BUY IT NEXT WEEK. Next week never comes.
Unixeer (25 points)
6/29/2010
  ok here is a Question in my mind usually - ESC provides power - and thus, u r not obligated to have power source thru any port, hence BAT, AUX, or even thru BIND channel, will this happen with this receiver as well?? my ESC goes to its channel in the receiver and, Eventually, will supply power, should this be enough to power on the receiver?? regardless of two points, 1- the ESC has its own BEC 2- ignore for now the ability to control thru receiver once the power from the ESC gets corrupted !!
     
-Reply from Graham Daniel (506 points);
No BEC on receiver. all receivers I know of have all and - pins commoned on circuit board traces, only the yellow/white wire pin has a drive signal or bind input. Bind operates when receiver senses a short from the bind input to ground.
Unixeer (25 points)
7/14/2010
  is there any other Rx(just receiver - not with module) that will work instead of this one ?? they seems not willing to supply more receivers !!
     
-Reply from AndrewKa (36 points);
This one ***********hobbycity****/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=12901&Product_Name=Hobby_King_2.4Ghz_Receiver_6Ch_V2 is compatible and can be used instead. But only 6Ch.
-Reply from Graham Daniel (506 points);
Hobbyking 6 channel V2 works, I just got mine today and have just tested it. http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=12901&Product_Name=Hobby_King_2.4Ghz_Receiver_6Ch_V2
-Reply from Ramir (718 points);
Hi Unixeer. I have tested yesterday Turnigy RF9X-V2 module with 3ch HobbyKing receiver (from car/boat HK-GT2) Modulation is GFSK. It works perfect! So, we have now possibility to use small receiver for parkflyer with Turnigy transmitter :-)
Ramir
Unixeer (25 points)
7/18/2010
  "Goods arriving in around 10-14 days.Backorder now to avoid delays." when this sentence will be true ??? i need those receivers please tell when will be in stock soon ?
     
-Reply from soebhemo (137 points);
u're right! i've been waiting for about 40 days now, yet my order status still "processing"... do somethin' HC! customers satisfaction is at stakes!
-Reply from Christopher (13 points);
No doubt! This site has every gadget I want at great prices but I always order from another site simply because 90% of everything is backordered and I don't want to wait months to get it. No one would shop anywhere else, HC, if you could just keep these items available.
-Reply from Thiruselvam (36 points);
You can get HK-T6A-V2 instead. You can pair with it and works perfectly. The sad thing is* It was in stock a few days ago, but it's GONE now...
-Reply from Rifki (125 points);
i am waiting also for 2 week. hope they can send before august.
Unixeer (25 points)
7/25/2010
  i have a Transmitter and a receiver i am willing to sell, the reason is that i will be in a leave for studies any one is willing please tell in discussion sell price as if u buy from hk not including shipment cost, Condition is perfect
     
Pi90show (40 points)
4/2/2014
  ****
     
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Sorry you have been Stared Out!
-Reply from Pi90show (40 points);
I know :( I just try to leave a buddy code... Now I know I can't... Ahahah Best regards HK
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Well some have but you should not. Hobby King a Members Forum (Forum Tab at to of the Page). In there is a topic where you can leave Buddy Codes. (HK cleans them up every 4 week) Give is a go.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Also Pi90 there are a few web sits the best being R C S E A R C H Dot C O M. It is very cool.
-Reply from Pi90show (40 points);
Test with at least 5V supply...
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Sorry what does that have to do with BC???????
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
4.8v battery back normally charges to 5.3 to 5.5 volts. It is strange they run on the Spektrum Rx and not on his Turnigy. I wonder what Servos do run on his Trunigy?
Pi90show (40 points)
5/7/2014
  It's compatible with "Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx & Rx V2"?
     
-Reply from jzzto (325 points);
as far as i know yes, but which is the point of having 2 unused channels? i have used HK6Ch RX with a 9X transmitter without any problem
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Pi90 Yes for sure. I have used this Receiver with Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx & Rx V2 (SKU: HK-T6A-M2 or M1) . The V2 is the big thing.
-Reply from Pi90show (40 points);
So, just bind and it works?
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Yes it is that easy!
noclassmac1972 (57 points)
6/10/2010
  I am wondering if Hobby King will start supplying some smaller recievers as well?? like a 4 chanel or 3 as I am sure people would just snap them up for there smaller planes!! Robert
     
-Reply from Graham Daniel (506 points);
Yes, 19 grams for RX is heavy for a modern receiver, I'm keen to see a lighter one also. Only thing holding the transmitter back from being an affordable controller for small models without big price jump.
-Reply from Ramir (718 points);
Hi Noclassmac1972. I have tested yesterday Turnigy RF9X-V2 module with 3ch HobbyKing receiver (from car/boat HK-GT2) Modulation is GFSK. It works perfect! So, we have now possibility to use small receiver for parkflyer with native Turnigy transmitter :-)
Ramir
novost (37 points)
6/7/2010
  Where can one get the Turnigy TX module?
     
-Reply from Graham Daniel (506 points);
The Turnigy transmitters are now coming fitted with the Turnigy TX module as stock.
C. Marques (5 points)
10/6/2011
  What is the maximum continuos, permanent, SAFE power supply voltage?
6V DC is a safe operating voltage?
C. M.
     
-Reply from Mroek (16 points);
Hi, 6V is safe! power source should be between 4.8-6V Best Regards
-Reply from Zahid Rasheed (71 points);
6V max.... I have burned mine with 6.5v :(
-Reply from Ronald007 (407 points);
Agreed. 4.8v to 6v max.
-Reply from flaviohpo (22 points);
It has one linear 3.3V regulator inside. You can use an external 3.3V regulator off-board(ex. AMS1117, TLV2217 or any other with higher max. input voltage) and solder a wire to 3.3V internal.
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
funciona com 4,8v ou 6,0v nimh ou nicd baterias..
-Reply from fred0000 (107 points);
6v so far so good, dont think i'd want to run more, my planes and heli's dont require more anyhow, if they did i'd just direct wire a UBEC to the servo's that need it.
-Reply from mohamed_alnajem (29 points);
yes safe i tray and very good server toruqe


-Reply from rc speed (281 points);
hello 4.8v to 6 max i have this thing

-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
otimo rx, uso em todos meus aeros...4,8 ou 5v recomendo
-Reply from Helimaniacos (904 points);
6V max. see on RX
-Reply from Boio (2 points);
4.8v to 6 max i have this thing
Raul (38 points)
7/27/2010
  I placed my order on 24/6/2010, please somebody give me an estimation of the day they are going to arrive.
     
-Reply from Rifki (125 points);
No estimation stock will arrive
-Reply from Raul (38 points);
great! processing!. Hopefuly I will have them at home by my summer holidays.
-Reply from arfonzo (125 points);
Subscribe to it and know wen is in stock again.
-Reply from Raul (38 points);
arfonzo que nooo! que ya los tengo de camino!
Polycapman (58 points)
7/29/2012
  My turnigy 9x RX can bind to TX but It can not respond the input command such as stick movement and all. Anyone can help me, what is going wrong? Thanks.
     
-Reply from Umachines (59 points);
I guess the problem is not your RX, but the transmitter instead. Try testing it with a default acro config.
-Reply from chalayut (1 points);
I think you bind again.
-Reply from xiao5 (1 points);
Do you change anything in the radio? If not try to switch all off and on and bind again.
-Reply from Polycapman (58 points);
I bind and rebind but same reasult, maybe its defective. I gave up, I already order HK 6ch Rx and hoping is not disappointing. Thanks guys :)
-Reply from RC Air Power (2 points);
I had the same problem with my TX/RX set. I had to rebind a few times. I used this video as a guide: *******youtu.be/z_-ruNd1FcU

-Reply from Markoo (27 points);
Enter the SYSTEM SETTINGS menu, select MODEUAT, press MENU. Using the UP / DOWN select the desired option (PPM PCM). Confirm the option selected with the MENU key. Press EXIT to exit to the previous menu And Configorar PPM The display must be FM-PPM
Kurbatskiy (17 points)
7/31/2010
  Now again need to wait 2 moons? I has cancelled in one in previos order, when TX arrived in stock, but RX not.
     
Kurbatskiy (17 points)
8/6/2010
  Servos is fitted by ESC, not of RX. In RX all 5-6v line is jamped usualy.
     
Kurbatskiy (17 points)
9/9/2010
  May be HK will ship our orders witout reciver and gives to himself free shipping for this position later, whet it's will be in stock? Previos order I has wait moor then moons and when arriver TX RX set cancelled this reciver and reorder in next order. My currennt order is full paid 02.08.2010. Now I filled my card for next one order,but not want to remove RX in new card. I very thanks HK for it work and goods, but busines - is busines.
     
aftermin (13 points)
7/27/2010
  I'm waiting for Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2) untill 10/7/2010 long time hope they can send before Aug
     
Zack (6 points)
4/2/2014
  I am using an FS-T6 Transmitter. I have a 64mm EDF FA-18C Hornet, and the receiver that it came with is always having problems with either glitches or range. Now, I have tried moving the receiver in the forward compartment bay in the nose to prevent "noise jamming" but the same problem still takes affect. My plan was to use a Full Range Receiver to eliminate the problem. I have done my research and they say that the Turnigy 9x Receiver is Compatible to the FS-T6 Transmitter. Is that true? and will it also extend the range by using this receiver? I also wonder if it is the transmitter as well. because it would go out about 30 or 40 feet and glitch out.
     
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Zack are you sure it is your receiver? Yes this is compatible with FlySky. I have Proven 300m and many report 800m or more.
Ricardo (31 points)
12/2/2010
  Oi pessoal, fiz minha compra dia 10 de novembro, alguem poderia me dizer se perco alguma coisa cancelando a compra inteira? Quero saber se todo o valor da compra frete sao convertidos em bonus, ou se somente o valor da compra convertido, perdendo o valor do frete? Obrigado!
     
-Reply from .Jms. (27 points);
Ol! Frete produtos so convertidos em bonus.
-Reply from .Jms. (27 points);
Ola! Frete e produtos sao convertidos em bonus.
-Reply from Ricardo (31 points);
muito obrigado!
-Reply from NiceOh (13 points);
Could you please convert these discussions to English? :)


-Reply from FPV-Nut (177 points);
Transalated from portuese:Hi guys, I made my purchase on November 10, could someone tell me if I lose anything by clearing the entire purchase? Wonder if the full value of purchase are converted into freight bonus, or if only the purchase amount converted, losing the freight? Thanks!
-Reply from FPV-Nut (177 points);
Hello! Shipping and products are converted into bonus.
-Reply from .Jms. (27 points);
Yeah... Thats it!
Ricardo (31 points)
12/19/2010
  Does anyone know how many units are already in backorder?
     
-Reply from mike123141 (265 points);
About a billion. Totally joking, I have no idea.
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
Customers do not got access to that kind of information. When it says backorder I belive that there is more than 20 items in queue. Otherwise there is a negative number e.g. -17 , but I am not that sure.
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Hiya. If you add this item to your Hobby King 'Wish List' and then go to 'VIEW ALL' you will be able to see how many items are in stock and how many people have backordered that item. Its a great way of monitoring your favourite products and to research the items that other pilots are buying. Good luck mate. I hope this was helpful to you :)
Eric (5 points)
5/27/2013
  i have an 9x V1 version transmitter and I´*m searching for a V1 Receiver. Where can I find? Kind regards Eric
     
-Reply from dhruvafreak (1198 points);
You can use 6 ch receiver from hobbyking. Product :HK-T6A . This one is compatible with V1
hobbyboys (19 points)
7/14/2010
  Has anyone did the range check for this one?
     
-Reply from dtserkanozkan (42 points);
Someone in the reviews of this item said the range is about 100m.
-Reply from rubberhoe (25 points);
My test was a little over 300m and that was me driving away while a friend moved the sticks. No clear line of sight, trees, homes and cars were in the way. If anyone else has range tests please report back.
-Reply from Graham Daniel (506 points);
I got it to 394meters(confirmed via google maps), through hobbyking carbonfibre/kevlar cloth glider http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZqqOtHEujE , no drop outs at worst angle. Have flown it out further, but getting hard to maintain orientation of model further away.
-Reply from CptYellow (14 points);
Range tested mine out to 500m and ran out of space to test with.
Bahamo (11 points)
1/13/2011
  can i connect a 2 cell lipo on it or should i buy a 1 cell? How much volt does it manage? i want this one in a zackspeed does exist a lighter option?
     
-Reply from Cowboy (249 points);
4.8 ~ 6.0v - To Others packs (9 11.1 etc) you must have a BEC
-Reply from Cowboy (249 points);
If you want to use a lipo 2S (7.4v), you must have a BEC, the RX supports until 6.0v.
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
Two cells (7.4 V) would be way to much for this and one cell is to weak. I recommend 4x1.2V NiMH cells. Five of them might work but I wouldnt dare to test it. You would have to solder 4 ordinary rechargeable batteries together or put them in a battery holder.
-Reply from yoshimoto (5 points);
2 cell lipo is fine..no regulator or dropper needed.
Yoshi
-Reply from sampc69 (963 points);
Alexander I would like to make sure as you mentioned a 2s lipo would work with this RX without regulator.... this means it can handle up to 8.4v that is a fully charged 2S lipo? and wouldn't fry...LOL did you actually do try that?

-Reply from sampc69 (963 points);
Alexander it say 4.5-6.5V on the RX..!!!
sderoo (6 points)
4/20/2014
  Hello, I have a Turnigy 9x at home and my original receiver broke from it, so will I be better of getting this (FrSky V8FR-II 2.4Ghz 8CH Receiver (HV)) or the original version (Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2))? Thanks
     
-Reply from Schnozzer (1062 points);
The FrSky Rx is not compatible with the stock module in the Turnigy 9X (which is actually FlySky). The only one that will work for you is the Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2).
-Reply from Doobieman (986 points);
You want the FlySky FS-TM002, available elsewhere.
-Reply from Schnozzer (1062 points);
Doobieman: Not so. There is no point to sderoo replacing his module with the FS-TM002 when the stock module in the 9X is essentially the same thing (AFHDS)! He is only looking for a replacement for a faulty Rx.
-Reply from Doobieman (986 points);
My mistake.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Sderoo "the original version (Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2))" is the only one that WORKS> SORRY!
[z]Duke (19 points)
8/14/2010
  Got mine, bind great with FlySky FS-TH9X v2.
     
Stanislav (12 points)
3/14/2011
  Please - it is possible set up failsafe ?
(I need return servo to neutral position when connection is broken)
thanks
Stano
     
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
Yes Very Easy hasa special menu for failsafe
-Reply from Krash Test Kev (27 points);
Yes the v2 FW has a failsafe feature in the settings page of the aircraft set up menu.
-Reply from vmamet (16 points);
you can ! there is in the menu a fail safe setup menu !
-Reply from gwagner (15 points);
for sure, there is one in the settin gs of the TX
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
Yes I am pretty sure it is.
-Reply from Wilfred (4 points);
It does have failsafe settings. ~Chip
-Reply from Hussain Joharji (361 points);
no , it can activated full .

i mean it is activate but when u need it , it doesnt work ...

Best Regrds
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
Yes he fully accepts
stolly (23 points)
10/9/2010
  Hey fellas any sign of this being in stock soon I have had it ordered for 3 weeks now along with a TRX and battery??????? Stolly
     
-Reply from Foerdefisch (10 points);
It has been updated now: Early November. I hope the best as I have ordered them mid August.
-Reply from Rivelino.911 (23 points);
In our dreams. Wait until Dec. And then you must wait to pass Christmas, and New Year.
-Reply from k3jjc (30 points);
I ordered and paid for 3 of these on August 22. Lesson here is. Never pay for anything that is Back Ordered here. If they don't have it, go elsewhere. The HK 6 channel V2 recivers will work but they are back ordered even longer. Stock IS NOT updated frequently.
-Reply from Graham Daniel (506 points);
HK 6 channel V2 receivers took over 3 months, came back into stock 23/10/2010
k3jjc (30 points)
9/14/2010
  Where are these. Been backordered for over a month. Watch list shows over 1000 backordered. I hope there are several thousand coming in.
     
Sally (701 points)
12/19/2011
  Hay I got an email saying this is now in stock but it is not??
     
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
I got email too. But it seem like there is non in stock here.
-Reply from Azmus (5 points);
I got email to:) wait a few minutes comes to stock in near time.
-Reply from antelo (1 points);
I got email too!! It is false!
-Reply from _H_K_U_N (13 points);
It's possible that they received stock but the amount of backorder is larger than the amount they received. System would trigger on the added items (and mail everybody) but the backorder customer take all the stock.
-Reply from wifehatesmyhelis (37 points);
Just purchase it while it is on backorder. The people who have purchased it when it is on back order get the new stock before anybody else. If you wait till it shows to be in stock you will miss out. It is a really good radio and the updated software works great.
-Reply from fred0000 (107 points);
yep, best to backorder, I get the email overnight saying it's in stock only to see that its BK in the morning, I backordered my 9X and it arived very quickly, these items are restocked regularly.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Well they are in now!
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
logo entra no estoque
-Reply from Joe (23 points);
I just recevied 2 , That I ordered about a month ago, I had to get online to chat with someone since it showed the order wasnt paid for but I used paypal, it just didn't show. make sure your order shows as PAID and then the process will be much quicker. Make sure you get the confirmation email.
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
Backorder it and you will get it when it comes in, before the spares go on the shelf...
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
you must back order to get one as the stock in doesnt cover the stock ordered. i got two from the sipment we were emaild about but i had the order in for 6 weeks before HTH
palton (19 points)
6/15/2010
  Whats the binding procedure with the Turnigy 9x "native 2.4 ghz" (the new version) tx?

I got two sets of these, both recivers included where bound to their own tx. Trying to bind one tx to another TX, just cant get it working. Would like to have two RX to one TX module.
     
-Reply from __geen (83 points);
put bat in top pins bind pug next down turn power on red light will flash hard to see turn rx on side push bind switch in hold turn tx on do not let go off bind switch tell red light stops flashing turn off then on done
-Reply from BartekM (238 points);
HOW TO BIND NEW RECIVER: 1. Ignore the "BIND" and BAT order, 2. Plug Battery into BIND pins 3. Plug bind cord (cable) into BAT pins red led will start flashing 4. Hold the "BIND RANGE BUTTON" on TX 5. Turn ON the TX (hold still button). 6. Red LED will stay ON, Turn Off TX, unplug battery, remove bind cord. Thats all :)
-Reply from BartekM (238 points);
You now can bind your Turnigy 9X v2 with smaller reciver it`s compatible with HK-TR6A v2 reciver !!! check this movie: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/HK_movies.asp?idmovie=d6dae1a8ab3a40dc8b0b5b9d52bffd26
-Reply from heckschweber (8 points);
But the battery in Channel 3 and the binding line in bat not in bind (you need a flashing light (still flashing in the reciver!!) Than but the button on the backsite of your transmitter an make power on (the light in the Reciver go in still red).Take the battery and binding wire of and back on bat (battery) now you have connected. Hope it works!! Greetings
Foerdefisch (10 points)
10/1/2010
  *HK: September is over now, and a lot of people are waiting for this item to be stocked in since 6 weeks or more. So am I. Can you give us all the estimated time of arrival please, so that we can decide whether to keep the orders pending or remove them from to order to allow them to be processed and shipped. Thank you !
     
Rifki (125 points)
7/27/2010
  when it will be on stock? i order more than 3 week ago, and just waiting for this item.
     
-Reply from omeruby (22 points);
valla bende bekliyorum kardes :D
-Reply from rdhood (17 points);
Hey, Jason5001, any idea on this? I had these on the same order with a Tx. The Tx is reserved, but these are still in backorder.I will cancel these receivers if they are going to be another month.
-Reply from Rifki (125 points);
they replied my email, no estimation when it will be coming. i just canceled my RX
-Reply from Barry (5 points);
Hi all,

Any new status on when those RX's will get in?

Rifki (125 points)
7/31/2010
  14hrs ago i recieved notification it was on stock. right know BK.
WOW.
I suggest to increase their production rate.
     
-Reply from ocastanon (31 points);
I bought 7!!! So lucky
-Reply from aussie (19 points);
Me too, Gotta be quick for these
CoolHand (7 points)
9/28/2010
  I ordered 6 at last days of july, still wait for theese, my shipment is on hold.
     
-Reply from g1lt0n (11 points);
you can remove these item from your list, do it and your order will be shiped
CoolHand (7 points)
10/4/2010
  HK: Hi! Any notice of stock?
     
CoolHand (7 points)
10/8/2010
  HK: Hi! Any notice of stock???????? We Waiting.....
     
-Reply from rc-france-mode (798 points);
advert removed
madushan (5 points)
5/27/2012
  1) This RX same as FS-R8B ? 2) can I use with FS-TM002 TX module?
     
-Reply from Thorax78 (231 points);
1) Yes, this is just rebranded. 2) Yes you can, it has the same codification.
-Reply from madushan (5 points);
Thanks http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/images/em_thumb.gif
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
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kolotoympas (55 points)
7/26/2010
  Anyone knows if there is a compatible pcm receiver . Because this is a ppm receiver
     
Rcflyyer1 (99 points)
5/21/2012
  when will this item be back in stock? I have been waiting for a month now.
     
-Reply from Ibrahim2012 (316 points);
very soon then, just keep an eye on its availability, or add it to ur wishlist.
-Reply from Andriy (107 points);
stock usually arrives every 7-10 days. Better way - buy backordered item and than just wait for shipping.
-Reply from Luiz Felipe (3 points);
Dude, I had the same problem, form both the RX and TX/RX bundle, but I've finally managed to buy them. The problem is that the stock goes away pretty quick, and by quick, I mean 10 minutes or less. The best way is to have an alert sent by SMS, not email. What I did is I used a nice script from *******techawakening****/free-sms-alerts-new-email-on-gmail-with-google-docs/1130/ This script monitors your gmail inbox in regular intervals for the sendsms label, creates a calendar event and this ev
-Reply from Weelian (13 points);
Use the email alerts and also plan your purchases ahead. As much as I want the items as soon as possible, after a while, you come to expect that the popular items will occasionally be back ordered.Trust me, your patience will be rewarded.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
The stock is a hard one. IF you want this you need to buy it so you go on the LIST. When stock comes in it may never hit the listing. It goes to those who have paid. SO BUY BUY BUY
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Rcflyyer1 in stock NOW 29May12 9pm. BUY BUY
-Reply from KiloC (1 points);
Normally it arrives within a week. But it is very fast in backorder, so be fast.
-Reply from paulo (19 points);
geralmente 5 dias
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
to ensure u get one of the next shipment put an order in for a couple with nothing else on the order and wait the 15 or so days before it is sent automaticaly to you HTH
Shurics (160 points)
6/22/2010
  Anybody tested the range?
     
robison (7 points)
3/8/2013
  does this receiver work with helis
     
-Reply from Aliedin (101 points);
Asbolutely, im use this for my helis and my airplane with my 9X turnigy.
-Reply from Alejandro (10 points);
Hi, it can be used in all tipe of R/C device, heli, plane, glid, boat, car, robot, etc. It don have any restriction. Deppending app you may need other only if you need more free weigth for other components.
-Reply from Stefano Barbero (70 points);
Hey alejandro does this receiver work With My Wife?
-Reply from Alejandro (10 points);
Stefano, jaja, some friends thing the same, but the wifes don work al 2,4 GHz...
robison (7 points)
2/16/2014
  fly sky fs r6b binds nice if you need a 6ch rx. for small planes . work great on turnigy 9x v2
     
Tomas (8 points)
9/16/2011
  Do I need any special additional antena for Rx, or can I only plug this Tx into plane and it´*s antena put through out of the plane from the body of plane? Is it long enough? Can you anyone help me please? Tom
     
-Reply from Thorax78 (231 points);
If you have a foam/balsa plane you can leave the antena inside the plane away battery and esc, I flew with this rx since months and no problem so far. But if you have a carbon fiber plane it can be a problem because the antena of this rx is short and you have to put it outside.
-Reply from Tomas (8 points);
Thanks a lot. So I will let the red end of Rx in plane or i will put it out from the plane through the material. I have a foam plane, Easystar and lettle bigger FW190. Do you know, how long the antena is? It looks like about 10cm
-Reply from Thorax78 (231 points);
I've just measured it: 14cm long from case to the end of red part.
-Reply from Alopilot (3 points);
You don´t need it. If I were you I would not modify any part od the reciever. Try to set the reciever inside the fuselage to show only the end of the antenna at the top of the plane. *-)
-Reply from wiglot (9 points);
nao e nescessario esse radio usA A TECNOLOGIA BODA = HITEC BONS VOOS

-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
otimo, recomendo

-Reply from epyoneda (18 points);
Easy to use in a helimodel* it´s antenna is fair enough.
BradleyK (69 points)
1/23/2011
  hi Ricky, how many are in backorder? what is the next order size
     
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
I ordered this when it was backordered and I was assigned one from the next delivery so the queue is usually not that long for this product.
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Hi BradleyK. As these recievers sell like hotcakes I recommned buying these on backorder because they were just in stock and all sold out 2 days later. These receivers will be in stock because they are popular but backorder is honestly the only way to go. The reminder notices sent to email addresses are only useful if checking emails hourly. I dont have time for that and im sure you dont either :) The previous batch seemed to take about 8 weeks before it was back in stock. Good luck. Hope this
Army Hobbyist (5 points)
3/28/2011
  for some reason, my servos go haywire on this receiver. dont know why! can anyone help me out?
     
-Reply from Ronald007 (407 points);
What is going on? What are they doing or not doing?
-Reply from eazycut (14 points);
I have rhe same problem but my servos goes haywire after about 70 meters in the air. I managed to land the palen woth broken prop. I dont trust this receiver at all. AND this is the SECOND one i tried now and still not working. So beware and understand that a receiver for 50usd can not be good quality and the factory in my opinion dont test the transmitters well or at all before shipped out..
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
the problem is surely the servants and not the receiver ok
-Reply from PILOTO-SP (66 points);
Hello, check that the connection of the servo into the receiver with the white wire is facing up.
-Reply from Fantasy5 (11 points);
Because you're likely to nepravelnoy sequence includes a receiver and transmitter. You must first enable the transmitter (remote), then the receiver
-Reply from Fredfluid (5 points);
Are you sure you plugg in the servos the right way?
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
change tx mode from ppm to the other setting
-Reply from tiger99 (149 points);
Haywire??
-Reply from sampc69 (963 points);
I have 7 of them using on all my planes, electric and nitro haven't had any trouble. But make sure you give the rx the correct voltage and enough amps. And make sure your Tx battery is fully charged. Then do the 100m ground testing before actually flying.
-Reply from F100CUFFLINK (1040 points);
Sounds like your transmitter signal as long as the flight pack is charged it should be ok, do your range check again or if you have a nather turnigy receiver try that to make sure its not the receiver you have to eliminate all prospects down to the transmitter .
-Reply from wind raider (39 points);
check the antenne wire * maybe it is broken or the solder is loss . other possibilities , esc / ubec / engine noise ... places your rx at least 10 cm away form the noise source
-Reply from Nilson (3 points);
Must be time to do the bind, I've flown a glider to 500 meters and responds to commands normal ..

-Reply from ExtraRC (2 points);
I had the same problem and it was bad Li-po. Servos twitched and twiched on their own. Replaced the li-po and all was ok again. Interestingly enough, on another note, if I use PPro on my PC for my Turningy 9x TX, select PPM then the controls twitch!!!
-Reply from Gyro Gearloose (116 points);
REAL ANSWER: Most likely you're in PCM mode, and your Rx only supports PPM mode. Set this correctly (PER MODEL!) and then re-bind if necessary, and it should work perfectly.
-Reply from yuri VLADIMIROVICH (11 points);
check your work as a servo with other receivers! try to re-link the transmitter and receiver! check the voltage applied to the receiver! are testing away from the noise! better to do it out of town!
okalibruyte transmitter and helped me solve a similar problem! Check patentseometry on the transmitter! successful flight!
roady (24 points)
9/4/2010
  When will these be available? I've been waiting for almost 3 months. I can get an iMax 8 Ch but I don't WANT an iMax
     
-Reply from Crampy (197 points);
I've given up waiting. I've ended up buying a $pektrum DM9 transmitter module, so I can use the DSM2 compatible receivers HK sells. They might be more expensive, but they're way lighter and are available quite often.
-Reply from FPV-Nut (177 points);
No need to buy another module I also had to buy somewhere else so I bought a compatable Rx called FlySky model:NO:FS-R8B .Binds and works perfect but is $29.99.I also have a backorder here for a month for 4 Rx.We need stock for all these Turnigy 9x your selling ! Jason chime in anytime...
-Reply from FPV-Nut (177 points);
The Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2
are supposed to work as well but havn't tried it yet and they are only 6 channel.
-Reply from Rick8686 (70 points);
You can get the V2 Fly-sky versions on eBay with cheap shipping, FS-R8B for 11.5EURO, also FS-R6B channel was 7EURO I think.
-Reply from roady (24 points);
I looked into that. Thank you guys, that is what I will do. Sorry Hobby king, I can't wait another 6 moths to buy an Rx. I want to fly NOW.
According to the listing on ebay:
#FS-R8A (For Old Version 9x)
#FS-R8B (For New Version 9x)
-Reply from Crampy (197 points);
I'm converting to FRSky now. They have heaps in stock and a good rangeof different size recievers.
Ferrethead12 (6 points)
12/3/2011
  Is there a specific way the aerial needs to be run for these receivers?
Or just straight out along fuselage?
     
-Reply from CHRIS SV AZ (218 points);
it can hang any way that is not in the way of any servos, batteries, bec's, etc.... and as long as its not blocked by carbon fibre or anything of that nature i just let them lay inside the bottom of my fuselage's
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Ferret as you can see it does not matter where it goes. Chris is right in that. But I would not just let it flop around. I did that and after a few flight I was faced with re-soldering. So I have place velpro on mine to hold in place. Double sided tape will do as well.
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
não é presciso ser para fora, pode ser para dentro da fuselagem, eu uso todos para dentro, para fora somente em aeros de isopor, ou parkflyers.
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
already answered
ajuarez (6 points)
2/27/2011
  ****
     
-Reply from ron (78 points);
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-Reply from ron (78 points);
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-Reply from Cowboy (249 points);
No they are not compatible, works only with 9X
-Reply from ron (78 points);
****
-Reply from Joker (88 points);
Yes, but only firmware v2
-Reply from bth9318 (41 points);
****
-Reply from peteb33 (29 points);
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-Reply from POLYCHRONOS (9 points);
Yes it is full compatible and very good working.
Ilya (6 points)
11/2/2010
  Has ordered the goods 01.10.10. Today 02.11.10, in shop all aren't present the goods. When it will appear, when to me it can send? Why such problems?
     
-Reply from Foerdefisch (10 points);
There are open orders for more than 1100pcs I assume. And if you have ortered October 1st, you are about number 700 in the line. HK seems not to get these parts on a regular basis.
-Reply from Draghetto (14 points);
Mine were shipped a few days ago. Try to check your order now.
basvaningen (80 points)
9/18/2010
  Waiting for new stock to arrive, already own 6 of these. But he hangar is growing :)
     
-Reply from rlilayu (50 points);
Stock updated frequently. goods will be available within 30 days.....yesterday say "Mid Late September"
foamie (14 points)
8/15/2010
  Hi is there a maual for this reciever. Im new and trying to figure out how to connect a HK401B gyro to this reciever. Any help appreciated. Cheers. Bede
     
-Reply from netos (120 points);
It's like any other reciever. Classic 3-pins connector from gyro to rudder channel on Rx a 1-pix (probably yellow) cable to 5th channel on Rx. It's gyro gain.
-Reply from netos (120 points);
Where you have rudder channel you must check, it depends on your Tx mode.
plasticbaldy (456 points)
9/16/2010
  What other Receivers apart from the 6Ch Turnigy V2 work with this Turnigy V2 system.
     
-Reply from purdy (77 points);
Apparently the HobbyKing branded V2 receivers work with the 9x transmitter. These come in 3, 6 and 8 channel.
FPV-Nut (177 points)
8/10/2010
  Restock anytime soon ? Stock update says mid-late July ? Its August now..
     
-Reply from james (22 points);
"Stock updated frequently" - LOL
FPV-Nut (177 points)
8/20/2010
  Will these be instock soon?
Its been almost a month since there was stock!
     
-Reply from james (22 points);
The Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitters arrived today. last time transmitters arrived, about 12 hours later so did the receivers! I hope it's the same again!!!
FPV-Nut (177 points)
8/27/2010
  We need these for our Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmiters.It says stock updated frequently goods will be avaliable within 30 days its been over 30 days****e on Hobbyking !!!
     
FPV-Nut (177 points)
8/27/2010
  We need these for our Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmiters.It says stock updated frequently goods will be avaliable within 30 days its been over 30 days.Get some more Hobbyking !!!
     
-Reply from actionhank (48 points);
Yeah need one badly my esc burned my so now i cant fly....

-Reply from FPV-Nut (177 points);
Same here !Ordered mine a month ago still waiting!
Kamil (6 points)
12/3/2013
  ****
     
Rivelino.911 (23 points)
9/20/2010
  Also i ordered at begining of august, still wait for theese, my shipment is on hold. "Mid late September" = somewhere in December ?
     
-Reply from Emil (7 points);
Inseamna ca daca am comandat azi le voi primi la primavara :)) ?
-Reply from Pygar (326 points);
The "Hobby King 2.4Ghz Rx 6Ch V2" also work with the Turnigy 9x V2 Tx. In august 2010 I ordered two HK 6ch V2 and two of these.
It's not an awful lot of money - and I get them eventually - I hope.
Patience folks - It's the HK way to go.
-Reply from Rivelino.911 (23 points);
Hopefully December
-Reply from lars (6 points);
i happy mine came in a month is there an 4 ch turnigy receiver for mikro plain
Rivelino.911 (23 points)
10/27/2010
  Hooray!!! My order was shipped yesterday. From August till now.
     
scottybr (80 points)
10/4/2010
  HK please give us an update of stock. If it's going to be a long time many of us would like to spend our money on other items!
     
Markus (14 points)
11/3/2010
  Can i use 2s lipo 5200mah for this receiver? Or will it melt? If i try use 4pack ni-mh battery.. receiver not resbonding. i use my savages 1200mah 6v ni-mh pack, but it's run low very fast..
     
-Reply from tikka88 (14 points);
yep, you can,if your ESC has a built in BEC (battery eliminating circuit) that drops the 2s lipo voltage from 7.3v to round 4.5 to 5volts. othervise youll need an external BEC unit, you can get them here too.
-Reply from Markus (14 points);
Thanks! Ja kiitos :). Olen vhn noob viel..
-Reply from tikka88 (14 points);
juu, ei mitn, ei sit opi ku kokeilemalla.
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
Too high a Voltage. It will burn. It should work with 4 NiMH but you might have to replace them with newer ones. I got 2850mah NiMH batteies to both Rx and Tx.
-Reply from Markus (14 points);
Okei. I bought BEC and now it got his power to the main power (6S)
ChristianP (149 points)
2/12/2012
  Anyone happens to know the maximum amp draw one can get from one channel on this? See I plan to link three retracts, drawing approximately 0.6 amps together, to one channel on this Rx. I will make sure to get a 5.5V/5A SBEC to supply servos, retracts and nav lights but if the Rx cant handle 5A altogether or 0.6A on one channel it is no idea...
     
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
the power 'rails' are just a common line of copper on the pcb. considering most bec's are rated to 3A or 5A, 1.8A for say 3 secs will be fine. just make sure none of the servo's are binding at end of travel or the amps will go up. if you are worrried about current draw, you could always wire the 5 to the retracts via a seperate bec.
-Reply from McHannemann (4 points);
To be on the safe side you should keep retracts always on a separate battery bec, as retracts might not close fully and constantly draw a big amount this could lead to amp overload and very quickly to an empty battery. This will be especially dangerous as you normally could steer a plane nicely down despite the engine being turned off but in a single circuit this will be affected as all attached objects draw from one battery.
craig marston (6 points)
3/11/2014
  i have a problem with my receivers wher one mined there working 1 min thay dont can some please help me
     
-Reply from Doobieman (986 points);
Speak your question so that it can be understood, and someone will help.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Craig what voltage are you giving it. Should be 4.5v to 6.5v. If so please put binding plug in and add power. Does it flash?
Myckey (25 points)
8/6/2011
  Does anyone know what voltage this will opperate to? will this take and opperate on 7.4 volts or is it limited to six volts or even less? In other words will it rub straight of a two cell lipo or do I need to reduce the voltage?
     
-Reply from DukeOfDream (110 points);
i tried to power it with a 2cell lipo and it worked fine...I didn't try to use it in a model it was just a test and just for a couple of minutes...The specs say that 6.0v is the highest to go...So i do not know if the receiver will hundle 8.4v (which is a fully charged 2s battery) for more than 2 minutes that i tested...hope i helped!
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
It may work for a while, but how about your servos. Lots of them will smoke at that high of voltage. I would strongly recommend the voltage regulator for that kind of voltage. They are light and cheap.
-Reply from MrRCFlyyer (745 points);
You could run it off a 2 cell li-po BUT it can't be the normal li-po battery for the planes, helis, cars and tanks. ONLY RECEIVER BATTERY PACKS COULD BE USED!
-Reply from Sidey (5 points);
It work the best with 1s lipo, but you can buy BEC for biggers lipo packs. Hobbyking BEC are now cheap and good.
-Reply from MGMagno (7 points);
Yes. 2S Cells at full charge it will burn out the receiver....
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
Hello friend voltage is 5-6 volts only ok
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
4,8v e 6v
-Reply from Jamesfer (12 points);
òtimo receptor de sinal 2.4g uma tecnologia e
hum excelente e prospero receptor de sinal, barato e de ótimo preço de aquisição... aproveite e esperimentem....!!!!!!!
ilektron (72 points)
1/18/2011
  Anybody hacked these things? I know the TX has its own custom firmware. I'd love to hack these and have them spit out raw data over a single channel.
     
-Reply from Cowboy (249 points);
Hacked ?????
-Reply from Cowboy (249 points);
Hacked ????
-Reply from Mikgus (6 points);
Goggle for the name you should find a couple of diffrent homemade firmwares and instructions how to program it
-Reply from Mikgus (6 points);
sorry meant for the TX was sure i was on that page when i wrote the above post
-Reply from lovely (3 points);
Look here: Everything is done! *******code.google****/p/th9x/
-Reply from ilektron (72 points);
I am going to answer my own question and say that I have been unable to find much. One guy hacked a connector onto the RSSI pin of the A7105 transceiver. ***********rcgroups****/forums/showthread.php?t=1316636#post16192108 However, it looks like there is serial EEPROM and PIC like uproc on the receiver. If anybody can identify the 1016AHB chip, I am interested.
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
Why ? :}
xan.g33k (107 points)
2/22/2013
  Can i bind it with Turnigy 9xr? Thank You
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
if you install transmitter modeule from turnigy9x - will bind!
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Xan the 9XR is a blank slat. As you buy it, it will not bind with anything. You need to buy the correct module. You can buy a module that will bind to this receiver. BUT you need to go out side HOBBY KING. Let us hope HK will fix this SOON!!
giorgi22bm (66 points)
5/4/2012
  where is 9 chanel reciver?
     
-Reply from Ender22 (47 points);
The transmitter only works with 9 channels when in PCM and 8 channels when in PPM. I haven't been able to find anyone that makes a 9 ch PCM receiver for this model. There are a number of solutions for using more than 8 channels. If you need more than 8 channels you might want to look at using microcontrollers and/or an autopilot system.
-Reply from Sugna (201 points);
Current the Turnigy system only support 8Ch for ppm
-Reply from rafael (11 points);
otimo receptor.....testados em aermodelos a gasolina. Sem interferencia nenhuma.
otimo receptor
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
8 channel PPM Receiver. Turnigy V2 only works fine in PPM.
Roy (1 points)
11/15/2010
  Ordered my 2 receivers 16/10/2010 , and received them 11/11/2010 because of back order. But it arrived.!!! Yuhuu!!!
     
-Reply from Hansc (388 points);
qnd the question is?
-Reply from Roy (1 points);
And the resason for asking for the question is?
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
i gotit 2 *}
Michael (13 points)
3/18/2013
  I HAD EXACTLY THE SAME HAPPEN TO ME TODAY ALL OTHER CONTROLS SEEMED FINE BUT LOST MOTOR AT ABOUT 200-250 MTRS, MOTOR CAME BACK AS I GLIDED THE MODEL BACK TO ME, ANYONE KNOW WHY THIS IS. ALL FAIL SAFE SET TO NORMAL, DO I NEED TO CHANGE THE PERCENTAGES 'HELP'
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
fail safe with this transmitter module and receiver not work. problem in something else
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Micheal what was the Plane Battery like. The ESC has a built in low battery protection. So once the battery drops to a certain voltage it will stop the motor. Hence protecting your battery and giving enough power to run the receiver. After a little while (after the battery rested) power could come back. So did you check the charge on your battery???
Julien (6 points)
2/14/2012
  I would like to hook a big bird ( 7 foot wingspan) with this receiver....I already have a TGY9X TX I heard that a RX with a satellite Is better but does not seem available with the TGY9X system... Any comments or suggestions much appreciated
     
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
the V2 9x no longer requires (or has available) a satellite due to the reliable nature of the frequency hopping signal used
-Reply from rcflyertim (124 points);
You will be fine with the standard RX and TX setup as long as both are V2 firmware flashed.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Julien good question. There were many V1 2.4s around and they all had Satellites. They seem all to work well but if stressed the main RX would only have a range of tens of meters with out it Satellite. The V2 which will not work with the V1 has all it need s built in. If you can its tail it has an expander built in it. So the only question is do you have a V1 Turnigy, then you cannot use a V2 Turnigy or V2 HobbyKing RX. You will need PRODUCT ID: HK-T6A Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V1. This will only work with a V1 OK. I hope this helps
-Reply from Julien (6 points);
thanks for the quik reply.. I have the V2 so I will try this receiver out... There seem to be an issue with the antenna placement...I hear that you are better off placing the antenna/receiver perpendicular to the fuse line..? any comments on maxing out range by placement of the reciver on a big balsa bird? Thanks
Julien (6 points)
2/15/2012
  thanks for the quik reply.. I have the V2 so I will try this receiver out... There seem to be an issue with the antenna placement...I hear that you are better off placing the antenna/receiver perpendicular to the fuse line..? any comments on maxing out range by placement of the reciver on a big balsa bird? Thanks
     
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
any aerial works best if it's 90 degrees to the horizon...
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Julien yes it is meant to matter but it seem not to. Maybe is you wish more than a 1000m it may but I have tried all combo and they all work. All types of material no problem. (EXCEPT Metal). Just put it where if is most protected. I hope this helps
-Reply from tacoluca (24 points);
perfect!!!
-Reply from Julien (6 points);
Thanx all..
-Reply from vagabund23 (6 points);
I have many of this Receivers, and had never Problems with them. I can fly out of sight and that ist enlugh for me. I allways placed the Antenna outside of the Model. Works great!
-Reply from Nikita (10 points);
The main thing! To place the receiver far away from motors, Servo and metal! The receiver doesn't owe a life is closed for radio-waves by screens! Such receivers also work for me perfectly not only in air but also by boats!
-Reply from Little_Fox (48 points);
i have over 15 of these receivers and run them in all my planes. I have only had a problem with 1 because the Arial fell off. Ive placed them inside planes outside planes 10mm away from engines and on metal brackets and i haven't even had a glitch with any of them. all of my planes have been over 1000 meters with no problems. so I'm guessing people who are talking about antenna problems are running there receivers over 1000 meters.
xyzxyz (3 points)
11/18/2013
  It works with my HK 6ch v2 2.4ghz hobby king tx nice!
     
-Reply from Miguel FP (1335 points);
Yes it will bind, but is the double of size and 5 grs. more than HK-T6A-V2 receiver.
Cpcharly (6 points)
9/12/2011
  Para cuando van a salir Microreceptores, para aviones chicos de Turnigy 9x? osea, este pero mas pequeñ*o?
     
-Reply from guillequintan (28 points);
lo que puedes hacer es sacarle la carcasa de plastico y usarlo sin caja ahi te ahorras unos gramos
-Reply from mena142 (746 points);
Hola! Puedes usar el recibidor de 6ch v2 de Hobby King, este funciona con el Turnigy 9x y solo pesa 13g CON la cubierta. Tambien Hobby King esta vendiendo el modulo 2.4Ghz Supermicro, la version para JR te funciona con el Turnigy 9x, aunque vas a tener que cortarle la antenna al original. Por el momento puedes usar el 6ch, es MUCHO mas pequeno y ligero creeme, y al mismo precio.
-Reply from Tommhy (41 points);
pero tiene cuidado con las rx HobbyKing non-Turnigy.. yo he oido que despues de 200/300 metros el signal no es perfecto como en la rx turnigy. la rx turnigy tiene una antena cargada como la tecnologìa BODA de HITEC!
-Reply from Alopilot (3 points);
Yo haría eso: Quitaba la carcasa y cubriría el receptor con un termoretáctil calentado MUY despacito.
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
otimo, recomendo

-Reply from Helimaniacos (904 points);
use 6ch TX from FS(flYSky)
-Reply from Gakke (4 points);
Got one with the TGY9X. Binds easy and fast. only one thing I worry about. I would really like there next TX to come with two antennas or maybe someone here have used this one in big bodies?
Blue Angel 5 (197 points)
5/20/2013
  Can I run a nano tech life 6.6 receiver battery directly into this receiver? Or do I have to use a sbec or ubec?
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
for receiver need 4.5-6,5v. if from battery will be voltage more than 6,5v - then need use esc or bec...
-Reply from Gerry01 (4357 points);
Life batt, fully charged, will be more than 7v, it may work, but it's risky. Maybe using just a diode in series to lower 0.6v the voltage will do the trick.
-Reply from Blue Angel 5 (197 points);
Could you please tell me where to find that info.Thanks
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
if you mean info about receiver supported voltage - this written on receiver
-Reply from Arizonask8r (576 points);
i use the life 6.6 v for this rx and it works flawlessly with no problems on a full charge.
Blue Angel 5 (197 points)
5/20/2013
  Question no.2.Does anyone know of a 4-7 channel receiver with end pins like the 8 channel that will work with the 9x? Thanks
     
-Reply from Gerry01 (4357 points);
No... the 6ch and 3ch Rx have the pins at 90 deg...
-Reply from Blue Angel 5 (197 points);
Time to make one! Thanks
-Reply from Gerry01 (4357 points);
Thanks for the credit!
slvrsleeper (13 points)
12/12/2011
  When will these be back in stock? I want to order a few of them but not until they are in stock.
     
-Reply from 7daniel49 (118 points);
As of today, they are saying 30 days, but they have been on very high demand, so even if you order now, you might not be able to get one the receivers from the first batch. If I were you, I would order now, or chose a different site. Lets say 50 people have backordered them, and HK only gets 30, 20 people have to wait for the second shipment (another 30 days) and so on. Best of luck, Dan.
-Reply from Ronald007 (407 points);
I agree, order now or it could be a bit of a wait. When you place your order, you secure your place in line and will get yours in the order the orders come in. It could mean getting it long before it shows positive stock online.
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
I agree with the backorder, just get in line. You might want to order the HK 6 channel V2 as well, much smaller receiver. Out of the 4 of these I got, two were **** out of the box. The Hobby King 6Ch V2 ones, ordered 5, all 5 were good.
-Reply from SchiWi (14 points);
These items are available within 30 days. Activate "stock arrival alert" and you will immediately receive an email when this item is available again.
-Reply from Karl73 (2 points);
Great receiver....works perfectly with my flysky 9x
-Reply from fred0000 (107 points);
best bet is to back order it, I recieve the emails overnight saying it has come instock only to check in the morning to it being out of stock already.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Damon. I do not want your credit but I think you should reward someone. There are a lot of good answer here.
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
Back in stock!
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
ok, muito bom, recomendo pelo preço e funcinalidade...
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
already answered
slvrsleeper (13 points)
1/14/2012
  Are these rx's only ppm or do they also support pcm?
     
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
Only PPM.
-Reply from slvrsleeper (13 points);
Where do you get that information?
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
The PCM setting is a legacy from the fact that this was initially a 35MHz/72MHz radio that also came with a PCM receiver. When using 2.4GHz PCM won't work (as you've discovered). from rcmodelreviews forum
-Reply from slvrsleeper (13 points);
But I haven't discovered it. I did it on my cessna 182 and it works fine. The issue is when I try it on my starmax p-51 it doesn't work. I have received two totally different answers in that some people are saying the ppm is the old legacy and some saying the pcm is old. Just trying to figure out who is correct.
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
This is receiver for T9x and to work with T9x you need to select PPM on Turnigy T9x. For discussion PCM vs PPM thera are many on the web, but for another receiver, this one is PPM.
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
Old T9x V1 head 35Mhz antenna and supported modules with PCM, V2 have 2.4Ghz antenna and PPM module. Maybe thera are modules for T9x which support pcm but not this receiver.
-Reply from slvrsleeper (13 points);
Ok...thanks, but the rx in my 182 is this exact receiver and works on pcm or ppm with same tx v2. All I have to do is go into menu and change from ppm to pcm and all works fine. I have four of these rx's all the exact same. I have done web search on this subject and I find as many saying the pcm is the latest as I do saying the ppm is the latest so not a whole lot of help there. Who is right?
-Reply from slvrsleeper (13 points);
Here is an example of web search that states the exact opposite of what you are saying so who is right? Quote "PPM - Pulse Position Modulation
The old "analog" type of signal
PPM takes the position of the stick according to the feedback from the potentiometers and adjust the width of a pulse transmitted over the air accordingly.

PCM - Pulse Code Modulation
The more modern "digital" type of signal.
PCM uses a computer chip to convert analog to digital, it converts the stick position feedback to a digital number and then transmits that to the receiver.

As such PCM is far more reliable and less susceptible to interference but, on the whole, the equipment is more expensive. Most "computer" TX's are switchable between PPM and PCM."

-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
uso 8 desse em meus aeros, e nenhum problema é ocorrido em 12 meses. uso modulação ppm.
-Reply from UniseV (21 points);
Damon, with OLD frequencies (35/40/72MHz) PCM was a NEW thing (your web search is surely and old news), but this is no more necessary because 2.4GHz is securised by another way, so PPM is suffisant in 2.4GHz.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Sir they support Both.
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
PCM supports 9 channels, if you switch to ppm you will be limited to 8. if you installing the frsky module in the t9x, it will only work if you have the radio in ppm mode.
-Reply from slvrsleeper (13 points);
Thanks Jason but my issue is that I can't get it to even work in PCM. When I switch it to PCM on radio and rebind the servos go crazy and move to full throw and chatter and I dont have any control over surfaces. I've tried it with two turnigy rx's and they both do exact same thing. They work fine in PPM but not PCM and I'm just trying to figure out why. Both the tx and rx should work in both PPM and PCM correct?
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Damon sorry about that. The receiver is not DUAL Conversion and will not support PCM. Only the tramsitter is Dual. So you neeed a PCM receiver of a Dual Conversion one. None here at HK. You will have to G O O B L E. To make matters worse it only supports 9 channel in PCM mode. I hope I have helped.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Damon all this is in the manuals and reviews if you can find the correct on (So many)
-Reply from slvrsleeper (13 points);
Ok thanks! I find it strange though because when I first tried to change to PCM I did it on two planes a cessna 182 and my P-51. It worked fine on the 182 with same rx (Turnigy 9x 8ch) but didnt work on P-51 so I thought it was something to do with the P-51 or programming in tx. Can you think of any reason it works on my 182?
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Damon well as i science you need to repeat results. So let me know if it still works with Cessna. I think you will find now it will not. It does get harder what I read daul is not available in TURNIGY Mode. But I do know the standard receiver is not dual.
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Here-in lies one of the many isuues with internet information in the internet era. So many with so much to say, and no way of filtering out the truth from the bollocks (or from the advetisements) :) The good thing is that, at HobbyKing, one can get paid for getting it wrong :)
-Reply from Fe Crystal (16 points);
it supports pcm but your 9th channel will be lost.
-Reply from Ironeagle (25 points);
This receiver is wonderful. If you chose to take pcm you have 9 channels and if you take ppm you have 8 channels
-Reply from MaicoDavilla (1 points);
Excelente, recomendo!
-Reply from alisson (33 points);
Este receiver somente funciona com PPM, mas o TX tem suporte a PCM, mas ai tem que trocar o modulo... Com software e modulos originais, somente suporte PPM.
-Reply from borjaex (4 points);
You can use the 2 but you have to configure in the emitter
TargetOrsk (11 points)
5/4/2011
  this Receiver normal work on 6v?
     
-Reply from JIMMY-FLY (23 points);
YES EXCELLENT 6V
-Reply from Exequiel (21 points);
5v to 6v
-Reply from jojoles (291 points);
yes. Rx work in range 4,5 - 6,5V
-Reply from Vanderlei (6 points);
yes it's work
-Reply from MrRCFlyyer (745 points);
Hi ,
actually 6.5 volts to be exact.
Regards,
MrRCFlyyer
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
Working voltage 5-6 volts ok
-Reply from monit111 (207 points);
yes its infact best at 6v

you will get abit more noise from servos wen not using the motor. this is i thing due to the higher power running thru system but as soon as motor is on that will suck exess power giving you normal noise levels of the servo

i also found 6v gives me a bit longer range.

hope this helps
-Reply from Douglas (15 points);
works fine with 6v
-Reply from giuseppe (9 points);
si 6 volt vanno benissimo oppure prendi una 2 celle da 7.4 va bene lo stesso...
-Reply from Alexsandr (5 points);
this is a great electricity for this receiver
-Reply from tbmurphy (15 points);
Yes it does! Thats how I fly mine!
-Reply from SANTA (7 points);
6v yes it's work fine
CIDOPORFIRIO (4 points)
1/21/2013
  EU COMPREI ESSES SERVOS PORQUE SÃ*O MUITO BOM !
     
-Reply from AndreDal (109 points);
Servos? Essa pá*gina é* do receptor do 9X...
sashaNar (88 points)
1/26/2011
  Anyone tried running it from 1s lipo? On table it worked, but would ot work in field? I mean range, etc.
     
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
I would not recommend it. Either you link the receiver to the speed controller, I am not sure how but I have heard that it is possible, or get 4 NiMH batteries.
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
strap a really big motor to the table and send it off when it lands it is out of range lol
sashaNar (88 points)
8/3/2011
  Be careful, as the antenna cable can be easily damaged. Use hotglue to strengthen it. Or drill the hull and hide it inside so that only half of red antenna piece sticks out. Btw, there are soldering pads on the PCB, in the place where a satellite can be attached. No more info?
     
-Reply from fabiano francisco (13 points);
be careful if you air plane is of Epo...you can burn the foam

-Reply from Juliano (17 points);
I strengthened the antenna cable with silicone inside and out. Is installed inside the plane so it does not balance.
-Reply from sashaNar (88 points);
It fell off while being installed inside rc hovercraft. Not the first case in our club. *fabiano francisco I use neither epo neither epp)
-Reply from MGMagno (7 points);
Just use a fiber micro tube, install the antena inside an fix with hot glue.
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
otimo, recomendo

-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
SashaNar thank for that. I find that I velcroed my tail to the side of the fuselage. It seem as if it could be damaged easily. THANK
-Reply from 2strokeTimmy (2 points);
Can anyone tell me where I can get a Blitz Works receiver?
Blackbird80 (15 points)
1/28/2013
  Hi. Anybody an idea, which Receiver also bind to Turnigy 9x but is smaller the This original receiver. This one is real big for planes. It could be 4 or 6 Channel. Simply has to be smaller.
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
2,3,6ch need?
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
****
-Reply from Blackbird80 (15 points);
Like i already wrote. At least 4CH
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
to NewToHobbyKing: Martin wants receiver in 4ch! :) I listed receivers on 2,3,6 channel. but in the list be receivers from another manufacturers and hobbiking them removed. :)
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Wow i answered this and it was deleted. Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2 SKU: HK-T6A-V2 does work fine.
azhaguvel (29 points)
5/4/2011
  I brought turnigy 9x with 2 extra reciever. 2 were working properly(range greater then 700 meters in ground) while one had only 10 meters range. This spare is cheap but not reliable as most customers face so order in 2 or more quantity.
     
-Reply from wermecher (5 points);
Meiby you can return it or get a refund?
-Reply from MrRCFlyyer (745 points);
Hey azhaguvel, I 'VE GOT THE SAME PROBLEM TOO. HobbyKing , this is ridiculous!
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
Friend already bought several and they all work perfectly are far-reaching tests reaching well over 3000m
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
I also bought 3, along with the one that came with the radio. I to had 2 bad ones out of 4. I switched to the 6 channel hobby king ones, and all six of those have been fine so far. Always do the range check with this stuff ! Hobby king would take them back, but wasn't worth the shipping back to China for less than 20.00 worth of parts.
-Reply from azhaguvel (29 points);
sandro I am not saying all recievers are bad but there is a 40% possibility that you will get a bad one. Hk do put a quality check over the recievers before shipping.
-Reply from Mariusz (1 points);
Check the antenna wire. It's soldered (sometimes faulty) to main plate in one place. You have to open plastic box (2 screws) and correct connection.
-Reply from azhaguvel (29 points);
I gave it to a mobile service guy (RC Guy) and asked him to check it. He checked all the connections and said that the problem should be with the board
-Reply from Ronald007 (407 points);
I have three and all three are working well.
-Reply from MrRCFlyyer (745 points);
Hey check the forums for this receiver's buddy code!
-Reply from tbmurphy (15 points);
I bought 5 additional receivers with absolutly no bad units at all. Lucky me I guess! Hope that luck stays with me while flying!
-Reply from tbmurphy (15 points);
Yes! 6v /- 5%
-Reply from diego (3 points);
otimo qualidade x custo
KaosKane (1729 points)
11/25/2013
  I have 7l of theses mounted in various panes and want to start using my new 9XR. Which Transmitter module should i buy which will bind with these receivers, so i don't have to buy 7 new receivers with my new transmitter module.. Ps my idea was to move the transmitter module from 9x to 9XR but the antenna in the 9x is soldered in and has no plug to install it in the 9XR. thanks
     
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
lol 7 not 71 sry
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
This RX compatible only with t9x stock module or FlySky FS-th9x stock module. Not sold separately neither here neither on flysky site. Many people upgrade thier stock 9x with other systems, so you have chance to find contracted modules on e b ay
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
KK my 9XR is sitting there in its box waiting for me to decide what MODULE. So I have gone with the Orange DSM Module because it is time to change. I have many Turnigy9XV2 and Turnigy9XV1 receivers or compatible. So this is my second change. The push came, now that Hobby King are selling the "OrangeRX RX3S 3-Axis Flight Stabilizer w/DSM2 Compatible 6CH 2.4Ghz Receiver" at almost half price. So please consider. I would go Flysky if I did not have to buy outside Hobby King.
tranjon (1 points)
2/27/2012
  Is there any planning for a much smaller Receiver of the RX-9X8Cv2 ? or is there another small Rx compatible with the Turnigy TX?
     
-Reply from Fpvman (126 points);
Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2 http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__12901__Hobby_King_2_4Ghz_Receiver_6Ch_V2.html
-Reply from majik01 (6364 points);
There are two "smaller" receivers here at HK which are compatible with the TGY 9X. Hobby King GT-2 2.4Ghz Receiver 3Ch and the Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2. Have used both Rx's with park flyer models on Line of Sight (LOS) with nice results.
-Reply from tranjon (1 points);
thanks
-Reply from rcflyertim (124 points);
There is a 4 channel RX that you can get
-Reply from Jayhay (10 points);
This slims down nicely once you take the casing off.
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
take the box off of this RCV and wrap in tape for a smaller one :}
MARIO.DAVID (171 points)
2/20/2011
  hi guys
i buy 2 9x V2 module that i m tring to biding , with scan and nothing someone can help me please?
     
-Reply from horacio (44 points);
Le en alguna parte que para hacer el biding debes colocar el puente en el canal que viene como batera y no en el del biding, as lo hice con un receptor de un amigo y funciono. para darle corriente al receptor utiliza un esc cualquiera. Espero esto te ayude. HHD
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Hi Mario.David, yes it sounds like one of your receivers is defective. Several people have bought a bunch of these and had a few that didnt work. The only good thing is that they are cheap. Try contacting HK see if they'lll swap it but i doubt it. Definately backorder some of these because they are so popular and never in stock for long. The Chinese electronics and quality control have NEVER been the best in the world, but they are getting better. Good luck Mario :)
-Reply from Micke_SWE (31 points);
There is a bind button on the module in the back of the transmitter.
-Reply from Joker (88 points);
insert bind-key in "BAT"
and battery in "BIND"
-Reply from James (9 points);
Email fairpricehelis*gmail**** They prity well know everything.

-Reply from dino1 (62 points);
put bind jumper on the rx .... push bitton on the tx module ( on the tx back side ) turn on your tx with stil push the button.... turn on the rx the rx led will flashing...... turn off tx...rx and then put off binding jumper and turn on tx.... rx
-Reply from POLYCHRONOS (9 points);
Hi there.At first you have to plug your binding cord (wire)to "bat",yes as i say to"bat". Then plug battery or esc connector to any plug except "bat".The internal led will be flashing until you open the transmitter with the bind button pressed. Then the receiver's led will stay on and it is ok. Reboot with no bind cord,And everything must work. Cheers from the sunny Greece.
MARIO.DAVID (171 points)
2/20/2011
  i make in one ok:The other one keep flasching the led and the serve parks very quikly !no Bidding Its deffectiv???????
     
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Hi Mario.David, yes it sounds like one of your receivers is defective. Several people have bought a bunch of these and had a few that didnt work. The only good thing is that they are cheap. Try contacting HK see if they'lll swap it but i doubt it. Definately backorder some of these because they are so popular and never in stock for long. The Chinese electronics and quality control have NEVER been the best in the world, but they are getting better. Good luck Mario :)
-Reply from MARIO.DAVID (171 points);
Many Thanks.
Yes is defective , and its a petty the material has no control quality and now one more problem because if you send to custemor suport you will pay again one more post the pay again and so on.................Bad customers service !like that no one has reclamations and units with defects.................to change
-Reply from Joker (88 points);
insert bind key in "BAT" and insert battery in "BIND"
NZ_AJ (7 points)
2/18/2011
  Has anybody tapped into one of these receivers to get a RSSI signal at all?
I'll be using this for FPV and don't want to unexpectedly loose control.
I've seen a post with someone suggesting to hook into the signal LED inside but I was concerned this may affect the RF characteristics of the reciever and diminish the range.
Anyone out there have any thoughts on this?
Thanks in advance *-)
     
-Reply from Randyy63 (9 points);
The receiver uses a A7105 chip. This chip is a 2.4 FSK/GFSK transceiver. Pin 1 on this chip is the RSSI voltage. Just solder a wire to pin 1 of the A7105 and you have your RSSI. You can lookup the datasheet for this chip online, it will show you the pin out.
-Reply from NZ_AJ (7 points);
Thanks Randy, this has been a brilliant help :-)
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
Many people who are using OSD want to have access to the RSSI pin on the A7105 chip. The size of the chip is very tiny and hard to solder to. It wold be very nice if you could bring this pin to a through hole pad so that users could have easy access to the RSSI voltage. Surface mount components are small and you almost need a microscope to solder to pin 1 of the chip. Maybe in a future run you can change the PCB. Great product and super good price. I tip my hat to you :) ANNON
kbm.denmark (43 points)
5/16/2013
  I have a Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitter without Module (Mode 2) (v2 Firmware,

Im not able to get the rx working? how do I connect this rx to the transmitter step by step??
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
if your transmitter without transmitter module - you need buy seperately transmitter module. according to which transmitter module you install - then you need receiver for this module
-Reply from kbm.denmark (43 points);
Hey. I allready got the turnigy rx 9x and tried it. It blinks every time i set the esc lead in one of the rx channels. But when I touch the TX joysticks, nothing happens
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
You need to bind RX with TX module. Check manual under files tab (purple tab) for complete manual, Binding procedure described well.
-Reply from kbm.denmark (43 points);
Hey thanks. I have allready sticked the binding connector in the rx..are there more to do, before the TX will accept the rx?? thanks
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
to kbm.denmark: "I have a Turnigy 9X 9Ch Transmitter without Module (Mode 2) (v2 Firmware)" I am confused about "without Module" if you dont have transmitter module - you cant bind! about bind - "HOW TO BIND NEW RECIVER: 1. Ignore the "BIND" and BAT order, 2. Plug Battery into BIND pins 3. Plug bind cord (cable) into BAT pins red led will start flashing 4. Hold the "BIND RANGE BUTTON" on TX 5. Turn ON the TX (hold still button). 6. Red LED will stay ON, Turn Off TX, unplug battery, remove bind cord. Thats all"
-Reply from kbm.denmark (43 points);
Ive come to the constant red light..also on hk 4x transmitter with rx, and esc twin in a y setup...but nothing happens when I pull joysticks up/down???
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Guys (kbm) what are you calling "a module". The Turingy9XV2(SKU: TX-9X-M2) come with the Module. The Turingy9XV2 (SKU: 9114000004) has no Module. This Tx will not bind to anything with out a module. You can use it as a Trainer on your Pc and Buddy (slave) with it though. PLEASE this item in the listing is not a Module it is a Receiver!!!
kbm.denmark (43 points)
5/17/2013
  Binding is nesseccary every time tx and rx are connected hermit81...and therefore esc settings are impossible unless i got the original receiver.
     
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
KDM once you have bound a receiver to a transmitter it will stay bound till you plug the bind plug into the receiver again and power it up. Then it becomes ready to bind to any compatible transmitter!
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
KDM programing or setting up an ESC has nil to do with the receiver. The setting of the ESC are saved in the ESC. The Bind of a Rx (Receiver) and Tx (Transmitter) is saved in the Rx. The Tx never changes. (It is the MASTER so called.)
kbm.denmark (43 points)
5/19/2013
  thanks New tohobbyking, I think after all I have found out...thank you very much.

Im then exited to see if HK esc anyway are setupable.
     
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
KBM if you buy the correct one they are very easy to setup. You need one, that you can buy a programing card for. You can setup an ESC from your Transmitter but I find you, are never sure if you have it correct. Where if you can use a Program CARD on it, then programing becomes much easier! Mostly though, many ESC are fine straight out of the BOX.
-Reply from kbm.denmark (43 points);
Lets see if the Hobbyking esc are both forward/backward programmable.
NewToHobbyking I already got the hobbyking programmingcard. The card does NOT even have forward/backwardoption, I have readen somewhere else, that after programming and setting....these esc´*s does not HOLD programmingoptions...but lets see if im wrong.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
KDM sorry I am a Plane guy I though you were Plane or Heli. We do not have much use for backward sorry. OK ESC once programed???? Please if I am wrong sorry again but what is the good of setting up a ESC the way you want it, just to have to do it every time you power up??? Or are you say the ESC settings are kept in the receiver. Well that is not the case.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
KDM there is one thing you can do with this Transmitter and other transmitters is set a power curve. You can set the throttle to a curve rather than a straight line. This means you get max power burst where you need it!
Pierre (3 points)
4/23/2014
  Hello Does this receiver manage failsafe? best regards
     
-Reply from CrashAce (858 points);
No, The Turnigy/Hobby King receivers do not have a failsafe function. Lots of people are upgrading to the FrSky module and receivers for true diversity and failsafe (among other advantages FASST provides) br> PRODUCT ID: JR-Combo
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Pierre I must concur this has no fail safe at all.
VirginiaJim (143 points)
9/17/2013
  Hey Hobby King! How about providing the required voltage range for this receiver? Expected range in km?
     
-Reply from Gerry01 (4357 points);
VirginiaJim, I don't think HK is going to answer (this is a users forum) but we can give you soma data. Rx voltage is 4.5 t 6.5v, that's as far I've tested it. And range is 1 km, line of sight, but can vary a lot with local RF noise conditions.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Virgina well if you had bought one of these or if you look very close to the pic. Along the very top of the receiver it does say 4.5v to 6.5v. So in a way they have answered. Have a close look. You see RED Bind Bat. Beside that is the voltage RANGE. Any one who has this receiver knows that. For those who want to know, thanks to you VJ, they know too. Now the range is a funny question. Rang should be asked of the Transmitter. Because I find the range change depending which Transmitter I am using. If I use my Turnigy9XV2 yes I get about 900m to 1100m (Some have reported more). If I use my HobbyKing transmitter I do find the range is a little less. (Yes it dose work with one of the HK TXs). So asking a receiver, what is its range, is like asking how long is a piece of string.
handyjap (505 points)
6/25/2014
  Is this a SLT (Secure Link Technology) receiver that can work with the AnyLink2 module?
     
Vito (5 points)
5/6/2011
  Hello everyone, someone can tell me if this transmitter has the menu in Italian? and if not, you can install it? Thanks to all
     
-Reply from Juste (26 points);
Hello friend only in English language.
-Reply from dupeyroux (3 points);
Hello,
you can go here for good informations in french that you can translate with google:
*******bungymania.inexos****/technic/indextgy9x.html
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
English on mine, but you obviously write English very well, so I don't think you'll have a problem :)
-Reply from monit111 (207 points);
hi no its only in english and you are not able to add another language.

but as some 1 said using google to tranlate the words is your best option the programing is acualy rather easy so i dont think it will even be a massive problem highly reccomend this please dont let the language thing stop you from enjoying this
-Reply from Aleksandr (2 points);
Hello! It has only menu only on English
-Reply from floydbh (96 points);
You can install another language. BUUttt you have to reprogram the controller!
-Reply from olujoe (8 points);
English only to the best of my knowledge I am afraid!
-Reply from Ronald007 (407 points);
No, it is only in english.
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
No friend of the language standard for all transmitters and english ok
-Reply from JEOMAN (2 points);
otimo receptor tenho utilizado muito ele no mue heli e nos aviões e nunca tive problema.. muito barato e muito bom
-Reply from Douglas (15 points);
No, just english
-Reply from Walter (5 points);
Al momento non esiste un programma in lingua italiana per le trasmittenti della serie 9x.
So che qualcuno ci sta lavorando, ma in tutti i casi il programma andrebbe caricato nella memoria della radio mediante delle modeifiche hardwer, non proprio semplici.
Allison (1375 points)
11/22/2011
  I have been told I can only bind one Rx to my Tx. Is this true is it not worth buying a second Rx?
     
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Allison that is not correct. Most people but 2 or 3 extra RXs when they buy there Tx. You can bind as many Rx to your Tx as you like. It is the Rx that does the change to bind. I hope this helps.
-Reply from wanderv (2 points);
You can bind as many RX wish, however, you need RX binder all at once. So they are in the same frequency. I have 4 RX, bindis were all at the same time, I do not need binder every time I will fly with a different plane. I hope I have helped!
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
pode ligar até 8 rx em um unico tx
Allison (1375 points)
11/23/2011
  Girls and Guys will this work with a Topfire 6 or 4 2.4 Gig Transmitter. I need a new Rx. I bought a Topfire Rc system New on ****. It was meant to be new and complete but it came without a RX. Please Help?
     
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
You find this will work well. It is a V2 which is what you need. Also this PRODUCT ID: HK-T6A-V2 will work very well. I hope this helps
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
Kellyann thanks again.
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
somente tx turnigy..
Allison (1375 points)
12/22/2011
  Ok It is Xmass and I feeling like giving. So who here has this Item on back order longer than me. It seem like months. But it has not been. So be truthful and let me know. Who has had this item on back order longer than me? It is funny that Hobby King does on put a date on there invoices. But I found mine. 3 Dec 2011
     
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Allison well I hope this does not get me in trouble. I have paid for mine and it is on back order. It is funny I found the same thing the date is hard to find. I had to got o pay pal to get mine. But I beat you I paid on 28 Nov 2011
-Reply from BiSoN (16 points);
come on hk.. i need this thing... my plane grounded.. arghhh!!!
-Reply from red25 (146 points);
you can find the date of purchased when you mouse over the first "check mark" on your orders. i paid dec.3 also.
-Reply from mtb4nz (119 points);
1st of december is when I paid.
-Reply from Kiwi_fulla (299 points);
I paid on 24th November 2011 :) ... it is now sitting in limbo due to the extra 8 channel RX I ordered with it to go in one of my other gas models i am building..... I wish it was here :)
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
They are coming cool. They should be posted soon!
-Reply from BiSoN (16 points);
already buy!!! hahahaha.. gogogo
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
I have and they are coming Cool
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
eu esperei 45 dias até entrar em minha compra....mais o melhor é que não fui esquecido pela hk...
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
already answered
giorgosmessa (96 points)
6/2/2011
  what are the connections to that reciever? i mean channel 1 aileron channel 2 pitch channel 3 throttle please help i have no idea how to connect the channels
     
-Reply from yello (17 points);
TRY that LINK : http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=8992 :)
-Reply from wolfes1126 (4116 points);
Hi,
Channels are as follows:
1. RUD – Rudder.
2. ELE – Elevator.
3. THR – Throttle.
4. AIL – Aileron.
5. P1/P2/P3 – Pots.
6. Switches:
1. THR – Throttle cut switch, don't confuse this with the THR stick. The THR switch is
located on the back left side.
2. RUD – Rudder Dr switch.
3. ELE – Elevator Dr switch.
4. ID0, ID1, ID3 – Three position switch. These 3 define the 3-position switch. ID0 is the top
position, ID1 – mid position and ID2 – bottom position.
5. AIL – Aileron Dr switch
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
comprei 04 desses, e gostei.
-Reply from hugoew (14 points);
CUT THE LEAD from the holder and just solder it to a re-chargeable battery pack of your choise . This transmitter uses a futaba charg port,so now you will be able to use a regular pack and charge from a futaba wall charger at home or field.
-Reply from vmamet (16 points);
I'm not sure ! I've got one ! I think that it is Aileron, Elevator, Throttle, Rudder. But i need to verify !
-Reply from BiSoN (16 points);
i'm using mode 1.. 1)Aileron. 2)Elevator. 3)Throttle from ESC. 4)Rudder.
Greyhunter (6 points)
1/28/2011
  Ho ordinato il 14/01/2011 in backorder, quanto ci vorr ancora per rifornire i magazzini? I ordered on 14/01/2011 in backorder, how long to Stock update?
     
-Reply from rc-france-mode (798 points);
advert removed
-Reply from klaw81 (96 points);
Wow, these things are REALLY backordered! -933 stock on 31/01/11. Good luck waiting folks!
-Reply from klaw81 (96 points);
Aaaand just like that, there's over 4000 in stock. That's pretty impressive!

Who knew HK had such a massive following?
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Backordering this item was smart because it is very popular and when it comes into stock, it is gone again in a day or two. Backorder ensure that you will get this item before it is sold to anyone else. Hang in there mate. I hope it wont be too much longer. This item was IN STOCK just after you wrote this question so you probably have the reciever now. Good luck. Hope this was helpful :)
carlos (2 points)
8/20/2014
  Hello, I would like to know the range and scope of this receiver if you can use in glow airplanes, thank you very much
     
-Reply from Miguel FP (1335 points);
You can use it in any model, EP or IC, also in Fixed wings and Helis. Some people reports a range of 6Km, but the most report a range of 2Km. Personally I have tasted until 300 m. but I like to watch how my models perform, so I keep them close. In my club, I have seen some guys in my club reach around 1.5 kms.
carlos (2 points)
8/21/2014
  thank you very much
     
k.smith459 (52 points)
4/21/2012
  Whats The Max Load That this receiver can handle i.e Servo's And LED's Keenan
     
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
5-6A standard BEC/ESC power.
-Reply from Sugna (201 points);
LED generally draw too little current to worry about, like 100 mA
-Reply from Andriy (107 points);
it all depends on rehnulyatora, that if the regulator gives 2A, from the receiver nothing dependent. In general, 5.6 A normally holds
-Reply from GM2011 (1 points);
In simple words: Servo leads are connected to Rx and that includes: -signal -Power /- Rx is connected to power course, say BEC, say 8A If servo draws, say 4A, that current will go THROUGH Rx and back to BEC. So there should be a limit of how much current Rx can tolerate and that is limited by thickness of copper on Rx printed circuit board. There are so many of same questions people are asking that I DO NOT UNDERSTAND, why HK does not provide few basic information about this Rx? For example, voltage 4.8-6V. Yes it is written on the Rx module itself, but no info about maximum current Rx can tolerate. I will be running four larger MI servos, with normal current of 0.2A/6V (even some claim that those servos will go up to 4A !!!!) and 2.9A stall current. If info of 0.2A is true, than printed Rx circuit should tolerate this easily. But is this reality with MI servo or not I guess I have to test and see. But I do not think there is a concern with current with any Rx otherwise there would be data provided what is the largest load or serve you can connect to it. It is true that BEC will provide power for servo but BEC is CONNECTED to Rx and servo is connected THROUGH RX to BEC .... so whatever loading of servo is that will go THROUGH Rx ...
-Reply from GM2011 (1 points);
And just to add ... I am building HK600, which is a larger heli. It is suggested to use BEC with minimum of 8A for this model. MI servos I am using are designed right for this size heli. Somehow I am starting to believe that those servos will be runing at much more than 0.2A as specified as 'normal' load. Otherwise we would not be needing 8A BEC ... So back to Rx ... I wonder again if this Rx will hold that much current. Andriy says it is not dependent on Rx, but in my opinion it is.
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
Work fine with 5 Amps produced by 5 digital servos.
kizashi (66 points)
5/17/2011
  Will this receiver work with 6 Volts without any damage to it? (5 battery pack 2500 mah NiMh)
     
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
Yes. I would recommend you buy more than you need, I have had a 50pcnt failure rate right from the mailbox. I now order the HK 6Ch ones, and have had no bad ones yet.
-Reply from jojoles (291 points);
yes. there is no problem if you use 6V input for this Rx. (for example 4x1,5V alkaline batteries).
-Reply from Ronald007 (407 points);
I have 3 and all work just fine. No range issues or problems and every channel works as it is supposed to.
-Reply from tbmurphy (15 points);
I've used mine with 6 volts and had no problems on several helis. I ordered extra, but only cuz the price was so great compared to all others!
-Reply from kizashi (66 points);
Thanks for everyones help.
-Reply from shark92976 (12 points);
Do an internet search for ER9x and unlock the full potential of this Tx!
-Reply from akbaraka (8 points);
Yes, it works fine at 6V.
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
funcina a 6v,
-Reply from evandro behne (5 points);
Yes, it works fine at 6V
-Reply from SANTA (7 points);
yes,it works fine .this receiver work with 6 v . 1.25v x 5 battery 6.25v NiMh .work ok
-Reply from Marcelo (1 points);
Funciona perfeitamente a 6v e ótimo alcance e o preço muit bom
CrackerUp (43 points)
2/7/2012
  Does this receiver have a failsafe feature?
     
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
all it does is cut the throttle. servos remain at last position, if you wish to add failsafe, replace the turnigy module with the frsky one for $14
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
No really, on loose signal th 0, no settings, you can by failsafe capable module good one is frsky, or use PRODUCT ID: GW-FS01-J on any channel.
-Reply from andy65 (112 points);
does not have failsafe
-Reply from rcflyertim (124 points);
Fail safe is not aval. on this RX. The Frsky and HK ones do have.
-Reply from vagabund23 (6 points);
no, this Rx has no failsafe
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
You can program the Tx and set up any fail sa´fe config you want, eg motor cut of, ailerons to make the plane turn back and elevator to make it land in somewhat of an controlled way.
-Reply from Shura (123 points);
no, this Rx has no failsafe
CrackerUp (43 points)
3/11/2012
  I purchased two additional of these with my 9X (which came with one giving me 3 total). They seem to be too easy to bind as it appears all were already bound to the transmitter when I got them. What troubles me is that I can "bind" three different models - one per receiver, and I can contol any of them from any of the three model selections on the 9x. For example, if I bind receiver "A" to model 1 and receiver "B" to model 2, I can control receiver "A" from model 1 or 2 and the same for receiver "B". Is this normal? Seems weird to me.
     
-Reply from Thorax78 (231 points);
Yes this is normal since it's the receiver that "remember" the transmitter and the receiver can't know which model is selected on the transmitter.
-Reply from MARCELO TAKETO (16 points);
para funcionar corretamente voce tem bind os receptor extra, assim voce configura cada um para cada aviao
-Reply from AJG747 (29 points);
Yes, it is normal in all radios. One basic procedure to fly is always first select the correct model.
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
Normal. If you don't check the model selection before flight you will learn the hard way.
-Reply from CrackerUp (43 points);
****
-Reply from RC Fun (403 points);
Yes this is normal as this radio does not have model select so you must check you have the right model selected
-Reply from Rodrigo (4 points);
SIM ,E NORMAL O QUE VAI MUDAR SO E A TRIMAGEM DE CADA MODELO
-Reply from EdiV12 (3 points);
This receiver dosen't use model match when binding. Just make sure you disconnect battery from model 1 before flying model 2 so you don't have to split your brain's focus :) (did that, both models survived...barely)
Kalango (43 points)
12/17/2011
  Please receivers in stock, HK!
     
-Reply from hugoew (14 points);
apparently they wont be coming back in stock because turnigy have had soo many complaints on how terrible it is, i might have to change over to spectrum!!!
-Reply from Hussain Joharji (361 points);
i think they will be restock as soon as possible .. its a very useful product ... best regards
-Reply from 7daniel49 (118 points);
They will definitely restock them.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Kalango well it is like this. I do not want to say anything bad about the guys above but I have spoken to Hobby King. They will be back. They will still sell them. The reason you see some compliants is they sell 100's of them. I few bad one if they were bad. Some are user error. I hope this helps
-Reply from lobstermash (280 points);
They probably won't come into stock any time soon. There's a massive demand for radios and receivers at the moment. In fact almost 900 people have backordered this receiver. If you don't need all 8 channels, you could get one of the compatible 6 or 3 channel ones
-Reply from fred0000 (107 points);
yep, best to backorder, I get the email overnight saying it's in stock only to see that its BK in the morning, I backordered my 9X and it arived very quickly, these items are restocked regularly.

-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
In stock now!
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
otimo radio recomendo
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
IN STOCK NOW (i just pain and got 2 reserved}
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
already answered
NOBLER2 (41 points)
2/2/2013
  Please : how can we get the 9 channels of the TF9X Tgy transmitter ? Is ther a receiver in PCM code that allow to use this PCM modulation and get the 9 channels ??
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
you will not get 9 channels! it was once upon a time were MHz transmitters with them you could get 9ch they worked in the PCM. Now they are very rare. at the moment, it is very widespread ppm. and with ppm - a maximum of 8 channels!
-Reply from NOBLER2 (41 points);
So could you confirm that , with modules et Rx availaible today , it's impossible to get 9 ch out of TGY 9X transmitter ?
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
LRS - Long range system - but this not turnigy! to you 8-channel not enough?
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Nobler2 it is the Holy Grale. This has been searched all over the world. Trust us if you could get a 9 channel receiver for it, then the HK Gods would sell them!
-Reply from NOBLER2 (41 points);
That is sure enough , but with the same moral proof I thought that the conceptors of TGY firmware hadn't written a page for Mod's choice :btwn PPM/8 ch or PCM /9ch, without the same good reason . That's why I thought....* but I believe it , if you say so.But,I presume you know that , if you offer a 12 CH possibility , you'll find very quickly that it was a foolish adventure to fly with only 10 ! I started the RC practice in the sixties, building my own tube Tx (LP6 with 20 x 4,5 V Dry Batteries for the 90 V supply ),with a single Ch,and not reliable every day .All with rubber powerd & escapment system (Babcok Atlantic !). So I don't pretend anything. Thank to you .
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Nobler2, why complain! Go forth and find the Holy Receiver. Sir Nobler2 this is you quest. Seek it high and seek it low. Turn over every rock, look in every nook. You and only can do this?
-Reply from waterlogged (3735 points);
Gentlemen, may I introduce NewToHobbyKing Better known as Kellyann a person who scammed over $2,000.00 from this forum over an 18 Month period. She or actually he (it's a male) returned just 6 months ago and to fool everybody into believing she knows RC she gave herself 2700 points. She is a scammer and will stop at nothing to get credits. Please pass the word because we've spotted just tonight instances of false information she's been giving to members. She knows very little about RC just follow her ID and you'll see most of her answers are just comments. I tell you this simply because other long serving members who have spent years helping people will start getting a bad name because of her. Of course the whole thing is a big joke to him.her Please be careful.
-Reply from NOBLER2 (41 points);
I didn't experience this, but thank for the advice.Since I resumed RC modelling , when I retired from my job ( 1998) , I noticed a lot of new RC shops in Paris.But what turned me crazy was when I saw thos new shopkeepers"explaining "RC to their ignorant custommers.With the voice of a doctor in university,they were just bull****ting those poor guys in the only goal of increasing the bill.It was impossible too ,not to notice they were all Jews. The same RC dealers in France that , presently ,are managing a war at Hobby King = The only ones that can get precise striking custom taxes on a given trading in France are Jews too.And my latest order from HK , 12 Jan 2013, had a tax of 34 % ( on the whole, P&P included) ! The normal previous custom tax was # 7% in 2012 .(In buzyness, 34 % is a war tax) ! So ,no surprise to find such behaviour with the point system in Hobby King. As soon it makes money, no matter what or who it may kill.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Nobler2 I was telling the truth. So many of us have looked for the 9 channel. Sure one could be mane but I am not able to find it. So if you can go ahead. But if you believe waterlogged you really do not care!
NOBLER2 (41 points)
10/5/2013
  No problem , this Rx gives full satisfaction BUT : I bought four of them. and following a rather smooth and cautious use , I first lost radio contact with a glider . After disassembling I found the tiny coaxial antenna cable broken . I try to re solder but the range stays less 100 m .I protected the part of the cable on the box output ,with polyurhé*tane rubber , but it broke again anyway . Among the four I bought, only one is still reliable : the one I never flown . So , to be safe , I only fly with the HK 6ch Rx which is a very good , safe and very sensible one Question : is there a trick , a special way to solder this wire ? It's a pity because this Rx is a good Rx , and the flaw is light , but enough to crash any flying thing .
     
-Reply from Senator315 (2043 points);
I have around 10 of these. Some have been in bad crashes where the case has broken, but they all still work like new, never an issue and long range. Same goes for the 6ch, very good but slightly less range than the 8ch. So I don't know what you did to break 3 of 4, it must be they way you mounted the antenna to put strain on it and too close to metal, carbon, ESC, power harness or other radio gear which will reduce range. There are two wires inside that solder to two points on the PCB. These wires cannot touch each other. Don't shorten the wire at all, it must remain the same original length or you will lose range.
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
Senator315, you are not right... coaxial part of wire may be any length... it's just a feeder part which length doesn't matter much. But the open (unshielded) part of wire is antenna part which must have fixed length. The main problem is coaxial soldering. inner insulation tube can melt and thus shield and central may be shortened in worst case or the thickness of insulation may change and thus wave impedance of cable whill change... you need to solder fast and accurate and immidiatly apply heat sink after soldering to prevent insulation melting.
-Reply from Senator315 (2043 points);
v_max, you are correct and I know that, but to make it simple for all and easy to understand you must keep things basic as you don't know what their level of understanding is. People ask because they don't know, so you have to use KISS, getting technical will more often than not confuse people even more. We can't expect people to know as much as we do when they are starting out, remember, we were noobs once to.
-Reply from NOBLER2 (41 points);
Thank for answer . Full agreement with V_Max : 1st/ I used the 8CH Rx with the same care as any others .( I used to build my own radio sets since 1961 tube-time , so I do know what is HF leakage troubles ) . For the cutting of coaxial , it's a mecanical problem . For soldring , the hard thing is what V_Max says : the coaxial wire is so thin, the insulation core may melt and the gross antenna impedance is modified . I just described what happened, with this Rx, it never occured with the HK 6Ch ( I have got 6 ) I actually can't tell why these coaxial are cutting , but I would be happy to find a way to fix it . I too,presume that coaxial length is not critical . ( but at 2,4 Gh , al wiring is critical !) My soldrring iron is a tiny 30Watt , ( JBC) but may be it is too big & powerfull for this very thin coaxial ? Any advice welcome *such as what iron power would be fine for this ?
-Reply from Senator315 (2043 points);
I use a 13W with 0.2mm tip which is more than enough power. Low melting point solder is also handy and a magnifying glass for us old boys helps. Good luck with mate
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
As I see a lot of people have troubles with antenna cable distruction at the case out hole.... (Do not have it personally , because first I did I throw away case (huge extra weight) at all and put rx in heat shrink tube).... But if you want to keep case, just enlarge output hole a bit and put a small pierce of 2mm shrink tube on antenna wire at this place... Also, you may replace antenna with frsky spare one ( ID: FRANT60, ID: FRANT40, ID: FRANT15 ) or just use this antenna as coaxial wire material. To make antenna from coaxial for 2.4G you only need to remove shield at open end. Length of unshielded part must be exactly 32.5mm length. That's easy to do, and this work perfect.... and it's lighter then stock 9x rx antenna
-Reply from NOBLER2 (41 points);
Thank to all for your help . Copied OK for # 13 W very thin tip iron . Sure my 30 W is too much. And the idea of removing the case to put it in a shrink tube , I like it . Putting a small shrink on the coaxial : the diam of cold tube must be over 5mm to pass the antenna diam. But with all these ideas , I will try improovments . Did anyone succeeded in re soldering this micro coaxial antena wire , after it was severed , with a result keeping performances ?
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
I resoldered the same wire on TX module. About tube...if you do REPAIR just put tube on free end BEFORE soldering antenna wire back to RX...then solder and move tube to this soldered end and shrink it...
stitch58 (140 points)
12/12/2012
  i had the wire fall off when i was flying and can't find it what kind of wire should i use to solder it on with or does it matter??
     
-Reply from Gerry01 (4357 points);
It's a coaxial cable, good quality because has to transfer a 2.4GHz signal. It's open in the extreme, the external part is peeled off leaving 3 cm of the internal cable. You shuld ask in an electronic components store.
-Reply from stitch58 (140 points);
i got some coaxial that i use for the TV think that will work?
-Reply from Gerry01 (4357 points);
If it's the normal cable coax, I'm sorry, it won't. If it's the coax used to download the signal from a satelital dish, maybe (I think it will be very thick). You can try to solder a 4 cm solid copper wire, no shield at all, straight, pointing out of the box, and check range. Maybe yo reduce range. Anyway, for the cost of the receiver, you may buy a new one. The coax cable may cost you more or less the same :-) thanks for the credit!
stitch58 (140 points)
7/25/2013
  anybody know what kind of wire i can use for antenna mine fell off lol!
     
-Reply from stitch58 (140 points);
i was going to use some servo wire but not sure if it will work ok.
-Reply from Senator315 (2043 points);
That wont work. The antenna wire is coaxial like a TV antenna and it's length is critical. You have to replace it with the same type and length.
-Reply from StevenC (809 points);
I replaced mine with servo wires. However, like Senator said it is like coaxial. You will need 2 wires. When you solder, make sure you DO NOT short them.
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
If you do not want to reduce sencitivity and lose signal in flight then use frsky replacement antenna (ID: FRANT15) This is ready and well tuned antenna. You can cut out from connector side to solder coaxial in this receiver exactly as it was. (Overal length of shielded part is nonsufficient, sufficient is length of unshielded end.)
stitch58 (140 points)
4/26/2014
  can anyone tell me if this will work on a Taranis XD9 transmitter?? thanks!
     
-Reply from georgiev.s (577 points);
No, it wont work with this stock turnigy 9x modul. You need an FrSky Receiver.
vettechjamie (3 points)
6/24/2011
  Here is my question that i cant seem to find an answer too.

Is this receiver fhss or dsss
I have an airtronics rd8000 which is fhss and i would like to know if this rx would bind to it. I had an airtronics rd6000 with the corona mod that worked with all the cr6ds and stuff but i cant seem to find any of the cr6f receivers for fhss. any help would be great.
J
     
-Reply from ilektron (72 points);
Everthing I've seen, including rcmodelreview says that version 2 is FHSS. Just because two systems are FHSS doesn't gaurantee compatibility, but for $9? It's worth a shot. Also, if the 9X receivers bind, the Hobbyking V2 6chan and 3chan should also bind, as well as a variety of other receivers.
-Reply from vettechjamie (3 points);
Thank you for your reply. I figured the same thing. I will try it and hope it is fhss for 9 bucks i dont have alot to lose. Do u know if this comes with the bind cord?? or do i need to buy this seperatly.
J
-Reply from ilektron (72 points);
It includes the bind cord
-Reply from minot@ur (48 points);
It WILL NOT BIND. These Flysky based radios use the AFHDS system, which is let say like the FHSS or DSSS, but these cannot be mixed.
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
não sei responder a isso
vettechjamie (3 points)
7/18/2011
  Can this rx bind with the $pektrum dm9 modual??
     
-Reply from Andreas (126 points);
No, the 9X is not $pektrum compatible. Use the Orange RX or other receivers from the "$pektrum" receiver line
-Reply from Rodrigo (5 points);
hi friend, this model rx is not compatible with 9x. you can use the HK receivers 6ch that it is possible to bind
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
não é compativel com $pektrum
-Reply from Ronald007 (407 points);
Nope. This won't.
-Reply from Fernando (6 points);
Este receptor é compatível apenas pra os rádios Turnigy!
-Reply from MrRCFlyyer (745 points);
I'm sorry mate no can do mate Turnigy and $pektrum are diffrent modules Please do try the OrangeRX $pektrum compatible receivers
-Reply from Daniel (3 points);
no in fact you can even have problams binding the same model but frome difrent time bach
-Reply from McHannemann (4 points);
No, it is not compatible with the $pektrum range, as nearly every 2.4Ghz system is incompatible to each other, only some less then a handful are compatible.
-Reply from Helimaniacos (904 points);
nope...only turnigy transmitter.
-Reply from MGMagno (7 points);
No only the HK6ch.
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
Vettechjamie very sorry but No. HK sell a Orange RX that works well with the $pektrum.
FABIAN (4 points)
11/14/2013
  You can blind with transmiter flysky th9 or similar. I using this combinationand haven't problems
     
-Reply from Joel (16 points);
Yes you can
Otoelpiloto (3 points)
6/2/2014
  Tengo la emisora 9x y me falla, pierde señ*a y avió*n roto. No se porque? estoy pensando comprar la 9xr. La 9xr uede funcionar con el receptor de la 9x y con el mó*dulo de la 9x? Gracias.
     
-Reply from jzzto (325 points);
Hola, la 9xr no trae mó*dulo, por lo que tendrá*s que comprarlo por separado (Corona/FrSky compatible JR) y no te servirá*n los receptores 9x v2. Con lo de la pé*rdida de señ*al, si es el transmisor, mi consejo es que lo pases a retiro, no vale la pena -en la mayorí*a de los casos- arreglarlo en comparació*n con comprar uno nuevo. Tendrí*as que probarlo con otro receptor, capaz que el problema es del receptor, que tenga mal la antena u otra cosa y que no sea culpa de la radio. saludos.-
-Reply from Otoelpiloto (3 points);
La he probado con varios receptores y en todos pierde señ*al. ¿*modulo y receptores no valen para 9xr?
-Reply from jzzto (325 points);
no estoy seguro, ya que la 9xr viene solamente con la bahí*a para mó*dulo y el transmisor de la 9x está* "on board", no es fá*cilmente extraí*ble. de todas formas, si lo probaste con varios receptores y perdió* señ*al en todos, es el transmisor, y ahí* no hay vuelta, creo que lo mejor serí*a un mó*dulo transmisor nuevo. si quieres reutilizar los receptores, el mó*dulo Fly Sky que trae la de 9 canales de esa marca es compatible y podrá*s utilizar los receptores... yo primero probarí*a con el mó*dulo en la radio actual (sacando el viejo), y si eso no lo soluciona, irí*a por la 9xr, con el nuevo mó*dulo, no reutilices mó*dulos defectuosos, lo que ahorras en el mó*dulo lo pierdes en el avió*n si falla saludos.-
-Reply from Otoelpiloto (3 points);
Entonces compro la 9xr con un modulo fr y receptor? Y la 9x con tres receptores a la basura? Muchas gracias jzzto
-Reply from jzzto (325 points);
Creo que es la mejor opció*n, todo nuevo es mejor que volar con cosas emparchadas... generalmente se rompen cuando má*s las precisas... yo veo tres opciones: - modulo flysky 9 canales y reutilizas radio y receptores (es FlySky, no FRSky) con un modulo transmisor nuevo - compra mó*dulo y receptor FrSky, frsky es una muy buena marca, yo tengo una taranis y te puedo decir que no le envidia nada a las futaba o Spectrum, tambié*n instalé* un mó*dulo en una 9x y anda muy bien - si no lo sientes en el bolsillo, dale con la 9xr y modulo frsky, todo 0km y arriba! como ventaja, FrSky tiene telemetrí*a, que es siempre algo muy ú*til :-) saludos.-
-Reply from jesusvillaa (69 points);
Oto antes de tirarla, asegurate de que no es un problema de falta de voltaje. Yo aliemento con bec a parte a 6v. y el emisor con lipo de baja descarga de 11,1 v sin problemas de señ*al. He apreciado que cuando el emisor baja de 10,2 voltios aunque no pita por bajo voltaje el avió*n comienza a hacer cosas raras. Cuestió*n de mantener las cargas de las baterí*as.
-Reply from Otoelpiloto (3 points);
Puede ser Jesú*s, lo habí*a pensado, utilizo pilas recargables para la emisora y quizá*s por eso falla. El caso es que ya he comprado la 9xr, pfffff. Voy a probar lo del voltaje Muchas gracias..
Randyy63 (9 points)
2/20/2011
  Many people who are using OSD want to have access to the RSSI pin on the A7105 chip. The size of the chip is very tiny and hard to solder to. It wold be very nice if you could bring this pin to a through hole pad so that users could have easy access to the RSSI voltage. Surface mount components are small and you almost need a microscope to solder to pin 1 of the chip. Maybe in a future run you can change the PCB. Great product and super good price. I tip my hat to you :)
     
-Reply from LaserBeam (761 points);
Good request that may fall upon deaf ears :) Thanks anyone, brother :)
-Reply from boicu (43 points);
you can try to follow up the pin circuit and find a rezistor or condensator witch has a bigger solder point and you can then use the pin. You don`t have to solder directly to the uC pin
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
Do what this man says and u will double sales
Jpjr21 (7 points)
3/14/2011
  Is it possible to add a satellite RX for this?
     
-Reply from BIGfoot (28 points);
There is no addon that can be used to add a satellite to this RX.
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
No a Satellite would be out of range''''''lol
-Reply from Flying_student (2 points);
No, but also not needed
-Reply from Jono24 (17 points);
that would be cool, i'd be interested too.
-Reply from Manoel-SC (128 points);
No Conector for satellite.
Andrew_ZA (17 points)
6/16/2011
  Hello Sorry if this is a stupid question, but how does one do a range test? Like is there a different way then just walking say a kilometer and trying? or do you use the button at the back of the transmitter? Andrew
     
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
You press the button on the back (once you bind the receiver) and walk away. I think normal range check is only a couple hundred feet with the button depressed. Your really looking for something obvious like loss of control during the range test.
-Reply from monit111 (207 points);
the best way needs 2 ppl and a massive empty field
you are never going to be able to get the real range check any other way

trees and buildings interfier with the range check
also no 1 ever tells you to concider the fact that your plane is so high up and sometimes the antena is inside the aircraft.

so in all honisty the best that you can do is a range check that will only apply to you wich means testing in in the plane and area you will fly in.

but unless you are fpv,ing then you wi
-Reply from EDF_Freak (317 points);
Just ask your friend to carry your plane to the edge of the flying field. Once you see him stops, turn on your TX so your friend can connect the battery to the ESC and ask him to give you a hand sign (thumb up for good connection, waving hand for bad connection/no connection). I do this all the time and has no problem whatsoever
-Reply from ilektron (72 points);
The button on the back may not reduce transmission power allowing for a quick range test. My method, sadly, is to fly as high as I can and call it good.
-Reply from jerry-tom (270 points);
Hi, I'm personally 1km, then the test is 100 percent.
-Reply from albino (41 points);
with My FPV, the range is till 1km, upper u begin to have glitch on transmission.
-Reply from thos2010 (49 points);
Set up and switch on transmitter on a box in your street. Street needs to be over a kilometer long and straight. Place your receiver in your car so it has clear view too street.Power up transmitter, zero trip meter in car and drive off. When the bind light switches off you know that your out of range.The distance will be indicated on your trip meter.If you have other receivers plug them in and check.Testing at night time is easier as you can see red bind light in a darker environment. When I ran
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
os meus radios, eu testo voando mesm....até onde a vista alcança
Fpvman (126 points)
2/27/2012
  What volt is this set up fore?
     
-Reply from 7daniel49 (118 points);
4.5-6.5v. I run mine on 5 volts.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Thomas 4.5-6.5v is on the case of the receiver . But a point here or there does not matter. I hope this helps
-Reply from Helimike1976 (73 points);
it can be run from 4.5- 6.5 volts
-Reply from Shura (123 points);
from 4.5 to 6.5 volts
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
Correct Range is 4.8 - 6V
DITTO (47 points)
2/27/2012
  HI, CAN I USE THIS Rx WITH A FLY-SKY 9CH 2.4 GHz Tx.
     
-Reply from Azmus (5 points);
Yes, you can use this with FlySky. I'm use this receiver with FlySky TH9x and CT6-B.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Azmus yes that is correct as long as they are both VER 2. This will not work with Ver1. Sorry.
-Reply from aeromode (18 points);
would be better to use another receiver 2.4 synthesized because it is too heavy to put in the model airplane fly skyfly
-Reply from rcflyertim (124 points);
No you can not!
-Reply from Сергей (995 points);
Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 4250-410kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
-Reply from Saag CA (2 points);
Yes. You can use it with the IMax/FlySky/Turnigy/CopterX "9x" receivers. They are all the same product just different brand labels on them. Just make sure it's version 2.
-Reply from AJG747 (29 points);
Yes, they are the same radio.
-Reply from Shura (123 points);
Yes, they are the same radio V2
-Reply from Palber (132 points);
Yes, Flysky V2 = Turnigy V2
Gick (1 points)
2/10/2011
  Whats about the range?
     
-Reply from leprud (7467 points);
We tested them at 300 meters - no glitches.
-Reply from CharlitoCZ (22 points);
As far as you can see with a standart size plane, but make sure for the right possition of the antenna.
-Reply from kazenak (17 points);
300-500 m
-Reply from pierrehu (37 points);
approximatively 1 km !
-Reply from JelleB (495 points);
more than you can see. If your plane is so big that you could possibly see it beyond the range of this (or any modern 2.4GHz) receiver, then you need to do a proper range test anyway, without would be very irresponsible. With 2.4GHz, the antenna placement is much more important than the brand of your receiver.
-Reply from RavenRes (16 points);
Excellent, in fact I saw a video review and the guy stated that he had his 100 inch gliger nearly out of sight and never a glitch. My 91 inch glider has excellent range with this radio, better than my eyes anyway.
-Reply from Hubert (5 points);
a' ve tested for about 600 meters. and it works perfect
-Reply from NZ_AJ (7 points);
I did a ground level range test today and was impressed.
I had a friend stand at the begining of a straight piece of road, the left hand side of the road had standard overhead powerlines down it, the other had 11,000v overhead powerlines down it and I drove 1.3km to the end of the straight.
We both communicated using cellphones (mega potential RF Interference all round) and I still had control.
He was wearing a white T shirt and i'd told him to wave his arms if we lost signal, we resorted to cellphone use because at 1.3km I couldn't even see him (a very small spec in the distance).
-Reply from Etto_S. (64 points);
1.500 meters tested ... OK BEYOND???
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
As far as you can c 1-2 km and with directional antenna and fpv up to 4km yes 4000 meters
-Reply from Johan84 (7 points);
very good range, we did the test at about 100 paces with every control still working
mtb4nz (119 points)
12/29/2011
  OMG it's in stock
     
-Reply from rc speed (281 points);
yupppii
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
Yes and all the orders are going out
-Reply from Rob1451 (274 points);
Yes, its real, i hope. Wish u all the best for 2012. Good luck, and stay healthy.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Yes and they are still in stock. I think we better grab them up today or soon. Who know how long they will last.
-Reply from r(2)d(2) (8 points);
yes its true ,and i offers to bay son as you can becose its my to disappear:)
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
mesmo sem estar disponivel, pode-se comprar, que sempre estão chegando mais......sem medo....
-Reply from Zdenek (3 points);
This is very good Receiver.I have good experience with him. I use it in all its large aircraft.
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
already answered
Cesar (1 points)
2/28/2011
  Hi guys! Do you know if this receiver is compatible with the flysky clone of this transmitter (FS - TH9B)? Do you also know if that transmitter work with the HK 6ch V2 receiver (HK-T6A-V2)? I would be interested in hearing from your experiences trying to fly this transmitter with any of these receivers :) Cheers from France!
     
-Reply from [z]Duke (19 points);
Works perfectly fine with the second generation of FlySky transmitters. (IMHO the TH9B is the second generation)
-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
Frsky friend if you work v2 I think the HK 6chV2 now works perfectly with TRG 9x.
-Reply from Cowboy (249 points);
NO, its compatible only with 9X transmiter
-Reply from icahone (75 points);
It should wrk with HK-T6A-V2, yes. Search youtube for "Turnigy 9x HK-T6A-V2"
-Reply from bonesawmcl (6 points);
Hey... the FlySky cline should work with this receiver since it is a clone^^ But make sure your FlySky-clone is V2 (because only V2 works with V2). And if this receiver works for you, the other one (HK-T6A-V2) will work too. All the HK V2 receivers will work with the V2 transmitter. Hope that helps :)
-Reply from chiliidawg (49 points);
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OASsjAoG4qk
-Reply from POLYCHRONOS (9 points);
****
Ben (4 points)
3/16/2011
  What is the operating voltage range of this RX ??
     
-Reply from ANTONIO (3 points);
puede aguantar sin problemas 12v pero trabaja mejor entre 6v y 8v
-Reply from Viktor (6 points);
4,8 - 6 V
-Reply from Ben (4 points);
so does this mean you cant use it with a 2s, 3s, or 4s system? as all of these are over 6v.
-Reply from konstantinos (3 points);
6 volts
-Reply from Viktor (6 points);
You can not use it with LiPo directly. You will need a BEC either built-in into ESC or stand-alone version. For testing purposes you can use 4 AA-size batteries connected sequentally
-Reply from Manoel-SC (128 points);
4.4~7.2 = 4 ou 5 cell NI-MH, NI-CD or 2 Cell A123 LIFE
-Reply from vmamet (16 points);
it doesn't matter ......... you will need an ESC anyway ! See on the ESC the voltage it needs ..... the ESC will deliver to the receiver the right power it needs !
-Reply from tov.Lenin (32 points);
4,8-7v. Be sure to use a BEC or a special battery for the receivers to 4,8 v
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
Aproximately 3.5 to maybe 5.2 volt. Use 4 NiMHs and you get 4.8 volts, perfect.
-Reply from Nilson (3 points);
If 2 or 3S battery put a UBEC to avoid burning the receiver and choose between 4.8 and 6 V

-Reply from sandro silva (41 points);
5 to 6 volts ok
-Reply from Gyro Gearloose (116 points);
REAL ANSWER: Just like servos, receivers run happily on either 4.8 or 6V, which is just what's provided by your BEC. You don't run them from your main battery directly, so it doesn't matter what that battery's voltage (S rating) is as long as your ESC/BEC can handle the voltage and downscale it for the Rx/servos.
-Reply from Ben (4 points);
Thanks for the replies guys, and good last answer Gearloose, but please, no more. I asked this question when I just started in this hobby, and didn't realise the voltage the RX gets wasn't full battery voltage, buts it's regulated down by the ESC, so I think its been answered clearly now. Cheers.
gwelch (11 points)
10/24/2012
  How often do they get stock in for these babies?
     
-Reply from Senator315 (2043 points);
Quite often, I've never had to wait long for them to be in stock.
-Reply from paulo (19 points);
look I waited 5 days when I ordered this receiver and really fast
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
You need to just buy it. It will come and go but if you have paid you will get it. About 14 to 21 days.
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
in stock now i just got 2... 1 of them is a spare
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
Well they are out NOW 26Oct2012. This is why it is important to buy when they are on back order. Then you will get them.
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
buy, then wait to get in stock ... is the best solution to ensure
-Reply from gwelch (11 points);
Great! Thanks everyone! I had them on order with a big order that I didn't want to wait for... Need it before Thanksgiving. Split the orders up and hopefully they will get them in soon.
-Reply from Tiba1 (2 points);
Every time this receiver is on stock!
-Reply from Rok (1 points);
reacentlzy quite often on stock
-Reply from kee yoeng (54 points);
Always come with the arrival of the turnigy 9x transmmiter!really good in quality.i have more than 5pcs *****
MuppE_ (27 points)
3/18/2012
  Is there an rx that is smaller than this and works with the tgy 9x?
     
-Reply from ChristianP (149 points);
I sorry but I havent heard of any one else. Besides this is really light and cheap...
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
Yes, Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2 PRODUCT ID: HK-T6A-V2 Excelent rx, range is good, no problem.
-Reply from abdulahad100 (380 points);
Yes this hobbyking 6 channel (PRODUCT ID: HK-T6A-V2) and this 3 channel (PRODUCT ID: HK-GT2_RX) work with Turnigy 9x. These rx are also small and lightweight.
-Reply from Thorax78 (231 points);
Yes, there are two: "Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2" and "Hobby King GT-2 2.4Ghz Receiver 3Ch" you can find them under "2.4Ghz HobbyKing". I'm using these 3 and 6 channels receivers since months and the 6 ch has the same range as the 8ch while I suggest to use the 3ch only with small parkfliers.
-Reply from Alistair (7 points);
I have removed case and shrink wrapped it,its a lot smaller and lighter, no problems.
-Reply from KaosKane (1729 points);
take the cas off this one and it is much smaller and a little lighter HTH :}
-Reply from Alex Sander (7 points);
Estou usando este receptor, para glow Funfly e eletrico, fiz o teste de alcanse leveu meu aero eletrico dentro das nuves até quase não ver mais, precisei olhar atraves de um binoclo. Não tive problema.
-Reply from keeper5 (2 points);
Very nice receiver, I use them in all my planes bought 6 of them on Hobbyking site. All work very well and have never had any problems with them.
-Reply from dbdb2000 (2 points);
I removed the case which halves the weight at least and contains a very thin board which all aircraft except the lightest of foamies can lift fine. just protect the board from shorts with a little tape and make sure servo connections are the right way around.
Myyxa (43 points)
3/31/2013
  Guys who knows how to connect it with helli servos?
     
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Myyxa what do you need to know! You need to set the Transmitter to heli first. Please tell us what else you need.
Wavyhair McDouch (179 points)
1/30/2013
  I really screwed the pooch.I was getting all my servos aligned so I just powered my receiver with a 2s and one of those circuits went pop.If someone can take apart this RX and send me a pic or post a pic of the circuit board cause I thought that I found the circuit in an old SR 2 in 1 board but no luck.I'm used to spektrum receivers bein able to take a good 8.4 volts so anyone out there please help me out
     
-Reply from Roger (3250 points);
Will take apart my spare receiver for you Melissa, will be able to do it later though.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Mel if you are in Brisbane, I will give you a old one of mine. If you need it. Just remember it clearly says 4.5 v to 6.5 v. I have almost a dozen of them.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
let me say it so waterlogged or Snappy do not need to, I am stupid and I should not be here. SORYY I BOTHERED YOU AT ALL.
-Reply from Sawdust (1851 points);
You're right, you shouldn't be here.
You've made another mistake that gives you away. In this new alias you're supposed to live near Sydney. It was as your other scamming names that you pretended to live near Brisbane.
BUSTED!!!!!!!
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
All i want to do is BUY. I will help any one who asks. What about you GUYS
Wavyhair McDouch (179 points)
5/4/2013
  Hi everybody my antenna broke at the base of it so stripped back some housing tined both wires and put em back on the board now when i turn my back(with tx in hand) it looses signal i even went extreme and had an old spektrum rx antenna i neatly sawed off the plug complete with traces from the old module and nicely installed it onthe turnigy rx so i can plug in the antenna but it doesnt even improve at all can someone PLEASE give me some insight to the obvious problem im not getting with this rx THANKS SO MUCH
     
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
If you switched ON TX without antenna attached then you probably killed you TX module. TX output usully do not survive this.
-Reply from Wavyhair McDouch (179 points);
The tx is fine i think but the rx antenna is now a little shorter and im guessin thats why my range is so poor
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
Stock RX antenna consists of coax wire with a shrink tube at the end. The lengh of coax wire doesn't matter. it can be shorter or logger...Actual work do the end part of antenna which is in shrink tube. So if this part is unchanged then...... When you do soldering I hope you soldered both parts? (coax center wire and coax outer one) This two parts of coax are soldered to different pads. Check you do not shorten this 2 pads while soldering. If soldering is OK then we can guess two things... either you soldered it to hard and the coax is shortened inside, either center wire is broken somewhere inside coax. You can check both problems with ommeter.
-Reply from Wavyhair McDouch (179 points);
Shorten the pads?and how do you solder something too hard .....thanks
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
nope, I mean antenna wire... it a coax wire with very thing central wire inside the outer. Usually inner isnulation is polyethilen so when you solder, it melt easy and shorten outer and inner wires You need very strong soldering skills to solder this very thing coax right way.
-Reply from Wavyhair McDouch (179 points);
its not shorted and i can solder quite well so im just going to have to buy a new one
-Reply from v_max (3581 points);
Check with ommeter for shortening. You also can check with ommeter the central wire is not broken somewhere inside, you would need to cut shrink tube to check from end to end..... BTW, may be it's time to do cloverleaf antennas instead.. (google for "Build IBCrazy's Cloverleaf")
-Reply from Wavyhair McDouch (179 points);
Im not exactly sure how read ohms but i checked it for continuity and there is none between the sheilding and the center wire for now im just using my ****py old blade sr tx i get awesome range though
gagar (368 points)
2/3/2013
  I have 3, and I'm using all I recommend to all excellent never had any problems.
     
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Gagar I think I am up to 12. I have one that is a bit SUS, but that was after a crash. It works fine but its, tail has been pulled. The new Ariel, I think needs support. It would be nice if HK sold a Tail Holder.
-Reply from waterlogged (3735 points);
Only 12 with 225 aircraft gee. Been a member for 2 years and hasn't bought 10 items in all that time. Kellyann's the name, scamming was her game.
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
let me say it so waterlogged or Snappy do not need to, I am stupid and I should not be here. SORYY I BOTHERED YOU AT ALL.
Igor Lindase (2 points)
3/8/2012
  Amigos!,

Vejo algumas falhas de sinal se tornarem constantes desde que começ*ei a usar este transmissor, e meus amigos també*m enfrentam o mesmo problema...
Para resolver este problema me indicaram comprar um novo mó*dulo, pois este funciona somente com um canal bloquado (bindado), diferente ao do sistema JR que trabalha já* com 2 canais, e na falha do primeiro, automaticamente se inicia o uso do segundo e uma nova pesquisa pelo canal back up inicia.

a questã*o é*:
1)- Qual ou quais mó*dulo(s) posso usar neste rá*dio (trocar) para continuar usando os receivers que tenho em meus aviõ*es?
2)- Se nã*o é* possivel, qual mó*dulo e receiver sã*o mais indicados.
3)- Que outros modelos de receivers bindam com este transmissor?

Agradeç*o toda ajuda possivel *)
     
-Reply from Marinho (138 points);
Se você usar o mesmo receiver continuará com o mesmo problema.S e voce quer melhorar o sistema de RF desse rádio para um mais robusto, eu sugiro que você instale um sistema FrSky, que usa a tecnologia ACCST similar a FASST da FUTABA. Essa tecnologia troca constantemente de canais proporcionando mais segurança ao sistema. Eu já converti mas de 10 rádios para módulos FrSky e nunca tive nenhum problema.
-Reply from Igor Lindase (2 points);
Marinho,

Usando o FrSky eu posso continuar usando estes receivers tunergy ou preciso comprar receivers novos?
se positivo, Qual receiver deveria comprar?

Vlw
-Reply from Marinho (138 points);
Igor, Os sistemas nao sao compativeis, se voce passar pra FrSky, terá* de comprar os receptores FrSky també*m. Existem modelos com e sem telemetria. Exemplo sem telemetria: Kit modulo RX(FrSky DJT 2.4Ghz Combo Pack for JR w/ Telemetry Module & V8FR RX), voce pode comprar os RXs V8R4,V8R7 e V8FR. Obs: esse kit tem o TX que funciona com e sem telemetria, ou seja, serve pra todos os RXs FrSky.
-Reply from DarrenH (511 points);
These receivers seem to be full range or as far as the eye can see. I now have 4 of these and have had no issues at all with them, easy to bind and great price.
-Reply from Igor Lindase (2 points);
Thanks DarrenH,

I will start to use this one :)
tks
-Reply from lucashimself (23 points);
eu tambem tive problemas com o meu, um receptor falhou e levou meu decathlon pro chao, o outro que tenho as vezes parece que perde o comando e volta, vou vender e comprar um $pektrum
Jack (4 points)
7/28/2014
  I have all Futaba J connectors on my Futaba servos (mostly S3004) in my planes. Will this receiver take this connector with a tab ? Thanks
     
-Reply from NewToHobbyKing (14120 points);
Jack yes it will. I wish Hobby King would give you a better picture of the connector end or this receiver. If you could see the end, you would see clearly that your Servos would fit (without any mod)!
Jorge (1 points)
5/17/2011
  this receiver works with hk 6 channel radio?
     
-Reply from Spawn666 (20 points);
no, not work in this radio.
-Reply from yello (17 points);
No !! In Other Direcktion : The 9 ch Transmitter works with the 6 ch Reciever !!!
-Reply from tbmurphy (15 points);
No, it only works with the Turnigy 9X Transmitter, sorry!
-Reply from F100CUFFLINK (1040 points);
the V2hk works with the turnigy, but not the HK wityh the turnigy rx
-Reply from shark92976 (12 points);
Do an internet search for ER9x and unlock the full potential of this Tx!
-Reply from akbaraka (8 points);
No, it does not work with HK transmitters. It does not even work with Turnigy v1 transmitters. It only works with Turnigy 9X (v2)!
-Reply from Tze Huan (5 points);
When buying receivers, always check the compability. Always remember that clone receivers purchased, HK holds no liability if they dont bind to your transmitters. Most receivers work at stock specifications from their factory.
-Reply from Uberfest (33 points);
ok, não sei responder a isso..
-Reply from evandro behne (5 points);
Do an internet search for ER9x and unlock the full potential of this
-Reply from SANTA (7 points);
this receiver cannot works hk 6 channel radio.It only works with Turnigy 9X
John (3 points)
5/7/2011
  Why wont my receiver power my other servos? It only connects to the esc and motor. but when I plug in my servos, it's like there is no connections! What the heck! any answers?
     
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
Did you get the servo connections in the correct direction, I know my receivers were not marked.
-Reply from Ronald007 (407 points);
Check the orientation of the plug. Also check the order, it should go: ch1 ailerons, 2 elevators, 3 throttle, 4 rudder, 5,6,7, and 8 are programable depending on the type of plane and complexity. For dual ailerons I use ch 1 for the right aileron and ch 6 as the left and use the pitch trim knob to control the flap operation feature of the dual ailerons.
-Reply from John (3 points);
Thanks for your answers guys! I actually figured it out! One of my servos was damaged from an earlier crash, so whenever it was plugged into my receiver, the electrical circuit couldn't be completed.. fixed the problem and switched out the servo until I can get a replacement. Thanks for your help though.
-Reply from FabianJ (25 points);
Your ESC have BEC???
-Reply from Douglas (15 points);
Probably your servos are not working
-Reply from Gertjuh (29 points);
maybe you esc doesn't have a BEC,
-Reply from Alexsandr (5 points);
I want to tell you that either the servo is not connected to the polarity, or no power to control, or simply burn unit at the first wrong polarity connection
-Reply from kiwilevrai (25 points);
Exactly the same of the complete radio turnigy receiver.
The must for a spare part at low price *)
-Reply from diego (3 points);
otimo custo x qualidade
-Reply from siskojuice (251 points);
none of them are marked just remember when you look at the receiver the right way up the white lead is always on the top pin.
-Reply from vmamet (16 points);
same answer as underthefire.
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
So did you get it too work Merry Xmass
Mr Audio (2 points)
1/31/2012
  Hi I have this Reciever ! I would like to update to 7.2 volt servos. will this Reciever work with 7-9 volts into it ? Thanks
     
-Reply from Tressie (233 points);
Briefly?
-Reply from underthetire (413 points);
9 volts will most likely let the magic smoke out. I personally would never run them over 6 volts.
-Reply from Hussain Joharji (361 points);
Hello.. no it doesnt, even you update to 7.2V by any idea you cant put 9V... it will smoke out...

Best Regards
-Reply from Jase73 (587 points);
there is a reasion why bec put out a stable 5 or 6 volts. Receiver electronics do not like more power and the magic smoke tends to come out... by all means use a massive battery to power your model. but 6v is more than adaquate for the rx and servo's. if you need more amps to be available for your servo's as your model is HUGE and then use 2 A123 batteries as your RX pack as they deliver a maximum charged voltage of 6.6v without a bec.
-Reply from srepfler (1260 points);
No, connect servos to rx without red wire (power), power supply separately to servos.
-Reply from Helimike1976 (73 points);
magic smoke, I like that, can you get that in Amsterdam.
-Reply from Kellyann (16704 points);
Finishes
-Reply from alisson (33 points);
Este RX é para ser usado com no máximo 6V, inclusive já testei ele com 6V, mais que isto irá queimá-lo.. Caso queria usar algo que exija mais corrente, será necessário alimentar o item separadamente...
-Reply from Luciano (3 points);
6 volts! exatamente... ótimo alcance, nunca perdi meu sinal. recomendadissimo!
Jeandredubois (37 points)
3/8/2013
  Will these rx work with the Frsky 9ch radio?
     
-Reply from hermit81 (1912 points);
with FRSKY - dont work. with FLYSKY - will work!
torcida (13 points)
7/3/2012
  Can I put sat reciver with this one
     
-Reply from Discus2a (83 points);
No, it's impossible unfortunately
-Reply from Fluggs (79 points);
No it deos not accept a satelite RX, however I have had my Quad at - 500m with absolutely no problem what so ever
-Reply from henrique (15 points);
otimo receptor nuca deu uma interferencia voo gloww com ele
-Reply from Merlin Power (96 points);
No you can't but I have been using seven of these receivers for over 6 months now with one single glitch. So I would say that it doesn't need t anyway as reception is fantastic.
-Reply from mouchadino (532 points);
can.t port on sat rx on this one u can used f sky telemetry sys rx if used sat reciver for trace your unit sys.... :p
-Reply from kamperal (3 points);
I will use the Turnigy 1450mAh 3S 11.1v Transmitter Lipoly Pack, as the name say (TRANSMITTER). It is teh one i did order, when it arrives, will let you know. :-)
-Reply from Allison (1375 points);
Sir you do not need one. The older V1 used the SAT RECEIVER. The V2 are all new and do not need them and work better. I do know because I have 2 x V1 and 2 x V2 Transmitters. The receivers (I have 10 x V2 and 13 x V1) and they are not interchangeable. RATS.