A perfect small foamie or indoor receiver. Super small and very light! The new range of OrangeRx receivers are built using original components and MCU's and with state of the art SMT automation to ensure a quality product each and every time. All OrangeRx receivers are QC tested before leaving the factory. The OrangeRx will work with ANY Spektrum DSM2 2.4Ghz transmitter
The OrangeRx R415 4ch Micro is only 2.0g in weight and 29x15x8mm in size. Great for Micro planes, indoor foamies and small parkflyers.
Key features. Super light weight 2.0g! Voltage: 3.6~9v Compatible with DSM2 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems 4 Channels Compact design 29x15x8mm Short 29mm antenna for mounting in almost any location. Micro Molex 3 Pin conectors with 1.25mm Spacing
NOTE: 1) Accepted by the MAAA in Australia, see the MAAA MOP58 for guidance 2) This is not a Spektrum receiver, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum Receiver. The Spektrum brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA. 3) Price of this receiver may fluctuate (up or down) due to cost of electronic components. 4) This is not an underground manufactured fake Spektrum receiver. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.
PRODUCT ID: R415
HK-5320 Ultra-Micro Digital Servo 1.7g / 0.05sec / 0.075kg
You bind it as any RX, i.e. with a bind plug at the designated place. Look at the second picture above and you will see where it is supposed to go. I think you can just short those two pins if you don't have a proper bind plug. The bind process is that you power up the RX with bind plug mounted, power up the TX with the bind button pressed, wait until the bind occurs, power down the RX and remove the bind plug and verify the bind. HTH
I want to use this Rx with a 7.4v 2 cell LiPo (180 - 250 mah) on a micro airplane. Any recommendations for the ESC, brushless outrunner motor and propeller would be appreciated. Preferably items I can get on this site. Thanks!!
Can someone please help me. I just bought a Durafly slick 360 plane and had to buy this receiver with the module to be able to use my Turnigy 9x Transmitter. I been having problems trying to make it work. For some reason the throttle doesn't work. Instead of the throttle the elevator moves. When i move the right stick up and down the ailerons move. When i move the right stick left and right it does nothing. The only thing that works correctly is the rudder.
Can someone tell me what the problem. How can i change the throttle, aileron, and elevator channels on the transmitter so it can match the receiver. On my transmitter the throttle is channel 3 and on the receiver is channel 1. Can someone please help.
I own the rx, not the tx, but apparently there is an issue with channel assignment in 9X transmitters and Orange DSM modules (somebody else is having a similar problem with a different DSM receiver). Search the forum or the stabilizer with rx comb page.
How do i determine how many amps this receiver can deliver to a servo?
Related how do i find the maximum amps a servo uses, this one for example: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__7474__Tur nigy_Servo_5_5g_0_9kg_10sec.html
The amps are not delivered by the rx (although in some cases limited by it), but by the BEC. The amps consumed by a servo is hard to find, because it depends on use. If manufacturer does not give you the info resort to your PHY 101 and convert torque*angular speed to power to amps*volts and add a good reserve for the kettle (feeding the electronics). The one you mention develops 1 watt of physical work, that is 0.2A*5V, for what it must draw probably over 0.5A (assuming 40% efficiency in energy conversion, which is ormal for small power electric motors).
Having issues binding this receiver to an 9xV2 transmitter. When I reset the receiver that came with the 9xv2, bind plug it, hold the button in on back of transmitter. light stops flashing straight away. But when I try with R415 light just keeps on flashing. Any help would be great. Just getting back into flying. Last time I bought RC gear we had crystals. Many thanks in advance. Derek
As far as I understand it, the stock 9x is not DSM2 compatible, so it will not work with OrangeRX receivers. But if you buy this TX module: 9171000070, then you will be able to bind to the OrangeRX RXs (supposedly to any DSM2/DSMX RX).
Gracias, esto es lo que he intentado hacer sin é*xito...
el RX no trae el cable bind plug, pero he hecho un puente (temporal). Conecto la baterí*a a la conexió*n "thro", el RX parpadea, pero cuando enciendo Tx no sincroniza con el RX.
Una pregunta, el tema de conectar la baterí*a al RX para el binding... es lo mismo hacerlo a travé*s GP6combo, o debe hacerse con una conexió*n de dos cables directamente sobre el positivo y negativo del "thro" (sin motor, sin esc)...
yo he probado de las dos formas, pero desconozco si es correcto.
Tenga cuidado conectando baterias directamente a cualquier RX, porque el RX se puede quemar en un instante si sobrepases el maximo voltaje. Siempre utilice un ESC con un voltaje del BEC adecuado para el RX. El voltaje en si no importa realmente, solamente tiene que estar dentro del rango especificado para el RX. El procedimiento que sigue es correcto, pero me parece que falta apretar el boton de "binding" en la emisora antes the encenderla. En mi emisora hay on boton que dice "BIND", hay que apretarlo primero, y mantenerlo apretado, despues se enceiende la emisora y espera (apretando todavia el boton de "BIND") hasta que el "binding" ocurra. Suerte!
Lassek, we have exchanged messages in English, on a respondu quelqu'un en franç*ais, y ahora hablamos en españ*ol? Imponderande!!! (no, I don't speak Swedish, i nomé*s una miqueta el catalá*). Ten cuidado con lo que dice Lassek - una mala conexió*n o un baile del dedo y frí*es el rx. Sigue el proceso, pero apartando un poco el rx - a veces no conecta si está*s demasiado cerca.
well I bought this and now I don't know why. The plug sockets are too small for anything server or ESC that I have. What the hell are you supposed to plug into this thing?! What ESC fits in this? Servos? I buy more things from this site that I end up not being able to use than any other site I shop from, so frustrating.
For general connectivity to this RX:MOL125F-LEAD. To convert the molex 1.25 to standard connectors:258000010 (for the servos, if you don't mind a little extra weight). I'm not sure there is any ESC with these connectors, so prepare the soldering iron (or use the adapter cables). And Kryznic, you might want to read through most of the discussions and reviews for a product before you buy it from here, because there is a lot of useful information if you take the time. When that doesn't help me to understand, I ask questions in the discussions or directly to HobbyKing support, so far this has worked out great for me. HTH
I use a turnigy plush 6a that I connected a molex 1.25 lead to. Also the micro 1.7 gram and 1.9 gram servos plug right in. So far has worked great on a 80 gram 3d plane. This rx is also compatible with all the durafly micros and the 35mm edf micros as well.
Specs above say that exactly this - Voltage: 3.6~9v. Normally a fully charged 1S is around 4.20v. If that "~" means between 3.6 and 9.0 volts then yes. If it means between 3.6 and 3.9 volts then your really pushing.
I'm trying to find a compatible small 1s battery for this receiver. I'm not familiar with the various connectors out there and am not sure which plugs would fit.
I am planning to use this receiver for a small DLG, so I can plug the battery directly to the receiver - i hope.
Would appreciate if someone can recommend a battery/plug that will work, and where to plug it.
For general connectivity to this RX:MOL125F-LEAD. To convert the molex 1.25 to standard connectors:258000010 (for the servos, if you don't mind the little extra weight). As I understand it you want to connect the battery directly to the RX, you have no motor and the RX should power your servos, right? Then you need a connector like MOL125F-LEAD, and at the other end you solder a contact that fits your battery, or solder it directly to the battery if you have that kind of battery (but then you need to make an adapter to charge your battery, so some more thought needed here). HTH
As some intelligent person notes below (Skyw*alker) you may need a y harness if you also want to use all four channels on your RX. Then you connect one leg of the Y cable to the battery, the other leg of they Y to a servo and the stem of the Y to your RX. HTH
I don't understand why you want to connect the battery directly to the receiver. Normally with battery powered planes, an ESC is used and the battery is connected to the esc. The receiver likes 4 to 6 volts, plugging a 2s battery (7.4-8.4 volts) directly to the rcvr will probably fry it.
lucas you need to either get an esc that supports the 1.25 mm molex connections (the esc product page should tell you what type of plug it has). If you find an esc that has a full sized plug (they call it jr style) then you can still use this up to a certain point if you use one of these PRODUCT ID: 258000010. Keep in mind that this is made for small planes and such. If you want anything non-micro, you will want to buy this receiver PRODUCT ID: R615 (which is cheaper than this one). Another thing to keep in mind is that this will only work with a dsm2 or dsmx transmitter. You plug the esc into the port that is labeled esc. It is marked. Hope this helps.
just recived this after almos 2mths, this is the question, I have the bixler, and the hk 2.4 transmitter.. i'm having trouble binding it... do i need a Spectrum transmitter..?? I have tried everything...
Yes you do. You need a spektrum dsm2 or dsmx transmitter. Sorry to hear that but look on eBay as you might be able to find a fly sky received that might work but check the specs and maybe ask the seller themself
Also, a micro receiver for a Bixler? with micro servos? Any of the HK 2.4 GHz receivers (make sure you match the version) and 4x9gr servid would do the job. Don't be concered about weight or size in a Bixler - people even load it with a GoPro or FPV equipment.
roberto, It should work with the OrangeRX DSMX/DSM2 2.4Ghz Transmitter Module (JR/Turnigy compatible). PRODUCT ID: 9171000070. I'm not absolutely sure because I do not have the 9X, but the write up says that it will. Hope this helps and Happy flying!
Is the HP-5330 the only servo with the appropriate connector for OrangeRx R415 that Hobby King have? It would be good information if all Ultra-Micro servos had an indication of which contact they have.
There's a 3 channel orange receiver where the word "ground" is used. Is it a different frequency? Why do they use the word ground there?
I want a light a receiver I can find to go into some tiny balsa gliders.
The 3ch RX is for surface vehicles and will not work with aircraft. It's for cars and boats. Both are 2.4ghz and both are DSM2, but there are some things that are different. possibly the freq band used within the 2.4ghz spectrum. Hope this helps and Happy flying.. or, uh, boating!?! 4 wheeling!?!
Mikey, whatch the video above and you'll see this plane go so high that I can barely see it but still have full control and bring it back. I'm sure it's just as good as the Orange 6ch or the 410. both of which have excellent range. However much of the range is attributed to the transmitter.
RonRC: There are many planes going down in our park, 10 planes destroyed in one day. Futaba/Spectrum/& HobbyKing TX & RX!. There is an epidemic of trouble with brown outs & control. I now bind before each flight, & still have trouble. How do you check out TX?
Mikey IL, Are there cell towers in close proximity? If so, some use 2.4ghz on the SS7 links that will walk all over any 2.4ghz transmitters. I know first hand. Another thing that will do this is near dense housing where Wifi runs in almost every home.. 2.4 again. Hope this helps and Happy flying!
Yes. Check the 2nd image (see the thumbnails?) and there you'll see where to plug the speed controller/ throtle (ESC). Just make sure you have ESCs ans servos with the right connectors or adapter cables (check the servos and accessories tag beneath related items).
Of course you can plug the ESC in any servo connection if you know very well what you intend to do by using your control sticks differently.
I'm looking to use this with the Mig 29 twin 35mm EDF. Seems like it's compatible. Will it work with the
OrangeRx T-SIX 2.4GHz DSM2 6CH Programmable Transmitter w/10 Model Memory (Mode 2)http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewit em.asp?idproduct=28494
If yes, will it need a bind plug?
If yes, do either items include a bind plug
If no, can any bind plug work?
Thanks for going through my flow chart of questions. I'm new to this and would really appreciate a knowledgeable answer!
Yes, yes, not sure (got mine long time ago) but... yes, any plug will do: it is just just a short circuit between signal and gnd on the batt connection. Now, if you are new to this, are you sure that plane is the right choice?
Paul, It does need a bind plug and any will do. This is a great RX for what you plan to use it for. I have a scratch built F35 on the back burner with this RX but it works quite well now with my micro Extra 300.
If you have a dsm2 or dsmx spektrum transmitter you can buy the full size orangerx 6ch reciever and use that in the bixler. I use that reciever in my plane and it works fine. Plus it is much cheaper than this one
The elevon mix does not depend on the receiver, but on the transmitter mixing capabilities. I you are looking at this you should have either a Spektrum or DSM2 Orange trasmitter, and you have elevon mix.
true, but, i have dsmx and with the original reciver i can make whatever mix i want.
With this small reciver it just dosen't work.
i make the setup and the evelons work but when i turn the elevator it acts just like evelons. if i switch to reverse it acts only like elevators on both controls. I tried all the things, i switched to reverse one by one i switched the cables, i inverted the servos, it's just not as it should be.
I ran into a similar situation. If you have dual rates on your radio, try turning the travel down. I swapped the ESC for a small 10A one and the BEC on that one had more Umph! Hope this helps and happy flying!
Nice plane by the way.
Hm... since i start building aiplanes i only focus on, one wing tipes with evelon mixing, i never tried those with tail.
what is the diference? the tail one is more stable in the air or easyer to control?
My F-22 is definitely the most stable plane I've built. it is a flat foamy with elevon mixing. However, it's pretty fast too which adds to the difficulty. My second most stable would be my full size scratch built Extra300. My current one has a Hobby King multirotor control board v2.1. It mostly depends on how it's built and how much Expo you put in your radio! Ha ha! I'm about to build a micro F-35 with the same motor that's on this plane but ran on a 3S instead of a 2S. Take care and Happy flying!
HK-5320 Ultra-Micro Digital Servo 1.7g / 0.05sec / 0.075kg
Those are the beste choice. i'm verry happy with these tiny Servos on my Micros. For the Aileron you'll need a Y-Cabel wich is also available here. :)
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Mine comes labeled - If you look to the receiver as it is shown by HK ( antenne to the bottom, picture with channel description 1. throttle 2. aileron........) you will have: signal right , middle , - left.
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To use this receiver with the Ultra Micro servo, HK3D series, you need to rewire the servo connector as follows. I have done this and it works great: Wire arrangement:Hold the servo connector, wires extending left, flange to the left and retainer slots on top. White signal wire on top, red ( ) wire center, and black on bottom.
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Hi I bought two of these receivers and I cannot get any sign of life out of them when I connect the battery via the esc to the throttle connector and connect the bind plug, any suggestions?