Reciever for TURNIGY 9X transmitter (V2). Get that locked-in feeling that only 2.4Ghz glitch free technology can provide. Ultra fast reaction times and interference free control of your model is only achievable with this 2.4Ghz technology.
Spec. Dimensions: 52x35x15mm Weight: 18g
Note: Only RX-9X8Cv2 receiver is comptible with TX-9X(v2) transmitter module.
Actually this is fake.. not real RSSI.
The signal on RSSI pin of RX chip is a mix of 3 sequential phases containing different levels.
And only one of this steps related to RSSI.
To get real RSSI level from it you need someway
syncronosed system which measures analog level
only at required phases of this output. I didn't find solution for this. All this simple detectors
described on rcforums are just a fake which gives output changing almost without any relation to real RSSI level.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.)
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"
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!!!
Hello! Can anybody tell me, will it work with FlySky FS-TH9X (turnigy clone) transmitter with FS-TM001 2.4GHz module? I cannot bind it. Reciever blinking red, and nothing happens when i trying to bind it. Thanks!
NOPE FS-TM001 is analog of turnigy v1 module.
FS-TM002 is analog for turnigy v2 module.
V2 RX are bindable with both V1 and V2 modules.
but not vice versa... So in your case must work.
Do you put binding connector on right BIND pins?
This receiver has separate bind pins , unlike most others which binds on bat connector.
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
Ok, so my brain suddenly stopped working yesterday, and as a result I connected a 3S Zippy 500mah directly into this while binding with the transmitter. However, the blinking light inside acted all normal. I have no servos or ESCs to test wether it is ruined or not, any ideas on how to test it?
Sigrm 4 x AA batteries will do as a test power source for receiver. You need a power source of 4.5 to 6.5 volts. So if it is bound, when you turn the Transmitter on and have the receiver (RX) powered, then the Rx Led will go solid red. If it is not bound put your bound plug on your RX. Power the Rx up. The Red LED will be flashing if the Rx is working. If not, some thing is wrong. (ie burnt out Rx or Burnt Rx Led)
Well, note that mine was 3S -> somewhere between 11,1V and 12,6V. So yeah, I guess was lucky. I haven't tested it properly after that, so it might not work even though the light blinked like it should.
Xavier we all know you need the correct module for this receiver to work with the 9XR. To date Turnigy do not make a compatible one. So we are forced, if you want to up grade to the 9XR and have a heap of Turnigy and HobbyKing receivers, to go buy a FlySky Module or mod a old Turnigy9XV2 module.
NAZA_User_Manual_v2.0_en.pdf has clear wiring diagram (receviver to NAZA)
It shows 2 types of receiver connected
(the difference in in channels order)
Turnigy 8CH receiver has channels
Aileron 1. Elevator 2. Throttle 3. Rudder 4.
(Same channels assignment as Futaba/Hitec receiver in this pdf)
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
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.
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.
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")
Qamit sorry just come back to the form. Go to transmitter and receivers. Then you can just start a topic. Just call it "Help me setup Turnigy Rx" or something like that. Or you can go to the message and send a private message!
Tommy so what channels are you using now? Ch1 will be Ail, Ch2 Ele, Ch3 Thr, Ch4 rud, Ch5 5 retracts, Ch 6 Mix of Ail to ch 1, ch 7 lights, You coulld use channel 8 to turn you gyro on or off. But it will need to be wired into channel 1 to 4. Quite complex!
you have to put your Servos for ELEV, AIL, Flaps etc. to your 3axis Gyro. Then you need to wire the 3axis to your receiver. Just the wires you need.
After that you can wire the retracts- servos to the transmitter. Put also the lightning in the receiver.
Then you have to progg the 3axis with your PC.I would put the retracts to the channel "gear" an the lightnings to channel AUX1 in the receiver.
Which channel it is you can see in the display menue.
Greetings from germany and have fun with your F-18.
Tommy it really depends what you are doing with the channels. As least ch 5 to ch 8 can be Aux. But if you are not in a plane ch 1 and ch 4 can do whatever you like. I hope this helps. What are you building.
Thank you for the reply. I want to ask one more time I paka Turnigy 9x the original say why at the time trying to reach is not in accordance with the distance along the actual range by the time I fly my plane crashed causing why ya? beg explanation.
Firman I do no know what else you need. But we can chat the ins and outs in the Members Forum (Blue tab at top of page) Please go there, start a topic. A lot of members hang out there and love to chat! ALSO Firman you are a Gold Member. This means you can answer HERE. You do not need to start a new Question!
colokkan kabel binding di posisi bat, sambungkan rx dengan esc kemudian sambungkan esc dengan baterai, led merah di rx akan berkedip2, kemudian tekan tombol bind di modul yang ada dibelakang tx, sambil menekan modul ini hidupkan transmitter. rx sekarang sudah binding dengan tx (ditandai dengan lampu led merah yg hidup terus). setelah selesai jangan lupa untuk melepas kabel binding yg di receiver. selamat mencoba
I am very satisfied with this unit ... I ordered it like five, and five operate.
how do you lose the range of 100 m? you have made several tests?
At the range I could be tested only 3 for now but the three were perfect (almost invisible models) ZERO problem.
This module weight 19grammes. if we remove the box and two screws, its total weight is 9grammes.
it is also possible to unsolder the connection plate and solder directly servos wires on the rx ( lot of place, very easy ).The final weight drops to 7 grams
definitely a great product
Je suis trs satisfait de ce module...j'en ai command 5 comme celui-ci et les 5 fonctionnent.
comment faites vous pour perdre la porte 100 m? vous avez effectu plusieurs tests ?
Au niveau de la porte je n'ai pu en tester que 3 pour le moment mais les 3 taient parfaits ( modeles presque plus visibles ) ZERO probleme.
ce module pse 19grammes. si l'on enlve l'emballage grce deux visses, son poids total est de 9grammes.
il est galement possible de dessouder la platine de connection et de souder directement les fils des servos sur la carte electronique.Le poids descend 7 grammes
dfinitivement un excellent produit
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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 :)
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For some time now I have it ordered, but not in stock. As well as transmitters. Excellent product at a reasonable price, but unavailable. I give only four crowns.
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just tested it...good range, complete features just like any other expensive tx ! yet the price is so affordable.. but have been waiting long enough for the additional rx to back in stock...you should hurry HobbyKing on prepring the rx ! 'coz the waiting list is getting higher.