I have a KDS K-7X TX and was confirming to see if this HK-R8A will bind and work well with it I tryed a HK-8X and it will not. But was told on a site this is the one I need. Just makin shoure it takes 2 weeks to ship to usa and Returns cost to much. any input would be grate.
It is possible to use Turnigy 9X transmitter with this receiver. You need a module that is compatible though. Hobbyking had a module for a while that would work, but havn't had it in a while. The hobbyking module is a rebranded from the flysky module. You can find this module on other web sites like rcmodlepart or use a search engine under "FS MODULE".
To bind the receiver to the transmitter once you have the module. You have to use the bind plug in the battery slot of the receiver. Then you put the speed controller plugin on channel #3. Then plug in your battery to the speed controller. There should be small led lights blinking on the receiver. This means it is ready to bind. Then while holding the button in on the module, you turn on the transmitter. It takes about 3 seconds or so. The lights on the receiver should now hold steady instead of blinking. Once this is done, you can take the bind plug out. I hope this helps!
I have just binded this rx with my Imax 9X which is pretty much the same as the turnigy 9X.
Put the binding plug into rx on ch9. make sure the tx turned off. Hold button on RF module on tx down and turn tx on. The small extention rx box Red LED will flash for a few seconds then go steady. Remove the binding plug and your done.
My receiver arrived today and it is a little bigger than I was expecting, luckily it still managed to fit into my HK-450. It binded without problem and I am very happy with it. Only issue that I noticed is that the labelling is slightly off. There are actually pins for 9 channels (excluding battery).
I use this receiver with my HK 2.4 6TA transmitter. I's little bigger that I expected. Actually, a lot bigger than 6ch HK receriver. If you need 2 more channels for gadgets (led lights...), this is good option for your 6ch transmitter.
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este receptor so e compativel com os modelos de radios mais simples,HK 6x de 32U$ o cabo USB tambem preste atenao!!! comprei 2 radios, hk6x e 2 receptor os receptores sobraram agora vou ter que comprar mais um radio. No site diz quem eh compativel com que com excessao do Tx de 7 Canais, ja que oradio eh para modelos poderiam perfeitamente fazer receptores compativeis, assim como no Futaba, JR, Spectrum utilizariamos um unico Tx e varios Rx
Very cheap 2,4 GHz upgrade solution using the according JR TX module. The receiver comes without any description in a plastic bag. It has long antennas.
No problems binding to the according JR TX module. Due to the very solid housing the receiver is not the lightest and smallest one. I will not use this 2.4 GHz system for model aircrafts, so its OK to me.
First test went fine, no jitter or glitches occured. So far I did no tests in the field with many 2,4 GHz transmitters active. In case of signal interruption the last position is hold, no fail save!
Im still intrested in the maximun voltage limits. Somewhere in the net I read about 6V, means I may not use fully charged 2S LiFePos or 5S NiMHs :(