Compatible with all Spektrum/JR DSM2 Air transmitters.
The OrangeRx R615 is sporting a stylish new case design and utilizes dual antennae to offer true signal reception diversity! This results in an even more robust signal link than the original R610, while providing the same quality, range and value.
OrangeRx receivers are built using original components, 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 Aircraft Spektrum/JR DSM2 2.4Ghz transmitter. The OrangeRx R615 is only 3.7g in weight and 19.5x30x10mm in size. Great for small planes, helicopters, parkflyers or even medium sized sport planes.
Features: • Super light weight 3.7g / 9.8 grams with case • Compatible with DSM2 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems • 6 Channels • Compact design • Short 25mm antennae for mounting in almost any location • Input voltage: 3.7~9.6V
Specification: Channels: 6 Input voltage: 3.7~9.6V Size: 19.5x30x10mm, 43x22x13mm with case Weight: 3.7g / 9.8g with case
NOTE: 1) 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. 2) Price of this receiver may fluctuate (up or down) due to cost of electronic components. 3) This is not an underground manufactured fake Spektrum receiver. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.
TonyGlez you can only leave a review once, the first time you buy the ITEM. To do this you must go to your account and click on Review. You have only 45days from the date of purchase to do so. If it can be reviewed by you, the item will be listed in your Sign in page / Account settings & tools / - Product Reviews. Click there and all the item that you can review will be listed. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO DO A REVIEW that will stick!
Hey, thanks NewToHobbyKing for the info. I will do that for all the other items I bought, because there are some SUCK UP HK out there that don’*t like to give bad review to HK. And YES!!!! I will definitely fill the box even if I only get 2 cents out of it…*.LOL.
Tony you can do that but have you Contacted HK for a replacement??? or at least raised a RMA. I would credit you the "best answer" but I can not see any where to do that so i just gave you some "Thumbs Up"
So why would he write a BAD review? Surly if he has a DSM Tx and has used it and found it not to the standard he wishes. The 615 comes with a "12 Month replacement guarantee!" Also he has the 30 day no fuss return. To get that he need to raise a RMA.
Read below where he said "R615 did not work with my FS-T6 FlySky Tx,'. That is NOT a DSM2 or DSMX transmitter is it! He did not fully read the description and simply ordered the wrong thing. No fault of HK nor OrangeRX R615 is it?
OMG!!!! What’*s all this commotion about, we are trying to help people other HERE, NO bad review, No RMA, I just going to buy a New Transmitter that work with the Orange Rx615 and that’*s it. Any suggestion?. Thank you all for the comment and support.
No problem. You can go for the OrangeRX T-Six, a 6 channel unit, or a Turnigy 9X with an OrangeRX DSM2/X module which will give you 9 channels. Finally, you could go for the Turnigy 9X-R with the OrangeRX DSM2/X module which would give you up to 24 channels and is a VERY advanced computer radio. With the options of different firmwares, it really is duperb for the money, but all options work out very economical indeed. Personally, if I were starting again, I would go for the 9X-R option as it is so versatile and there is virtually nothing it cannot do. Anyone using it would never really need to upgrade their radio again.
Hi all, I've given bad reviews to some products they've carried here and I believe all have been discontinued. To date, I've not had any issues with these RXs so I really cant say anything bad about them. I can say that I've had issues with the name brand RX that work on DSM2. All the best and Happy flying!
Be aware that 'brownout' is not related to range of the RX. A brownout is when the RX does not get adequate power to keep it working. This can happen even on bench testing. Also, never rely on losing sight of a model before you lose signal as good advice. Range testing is the best way to check a particular setup. With these RX, range has been reported to be as little as 100m and as much as >1000m. I have got just over 300m and that is what I consider my 'range' with these.
Sadly to say this orange Rx receiver R615 did not work with my FS-T6 FlySky Tx, lost $ 5.89 gazillion dollars they charge for international S&H AND 4 WEEKS OF WAITING!!!!! BOOMER...and yes I have try all available options to make it work, but it does NOT want to BIND.
So, I guess there are a lot of people that don’*t read the description but, there sure are a lot of FAULTY Orange Rx R615 out there and lots of angry people with the right transmitter that after waiting weeks to receive the merchandise have to throw it away driven by its low price is not even worth send it back.
TonyGlez if you want receivers that will work with your FS-T6 FlySky then you can use Turnigy 9X 2.4GHz 8Ch Receiver (V2) (SKU: RX-9X8Cv2) or Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2 (SKU: HK-T6A-V2) or Hobby King GT-2 2.4Ghz Receiver 3Ch (SKU: HK-GT2_RX) ONLY.
Gewicht 9,95g mit Gehaeuse mit Antenne Gewicht 3,61g ohne Gehaeuse mit Antenne mit Geaeuse: Laenge 43mm plus 1,5mm Antennenausgang Breite 21,6mm plus 1,3mm Antennenausgang Hoehe ohne Gehaeuse Laenge 40,4mm inkl Servostecker Breite 17,6mm Hoehe 8,7mm Antennen je 26,5mm lang Gehaeuse abnehmbar und sehr stabil
Cannot say enough good about this receiver...I belong to a large club with over 350 memebers. WE ahve at least 300 or more of these receiver in use..Not one failure or mishap..Range good price better..Wish they make similar type type for Futaba