Receiver Micro 6Ch DSMX/DSM2 CRACK 2.4Ghz Spectrum/JR with Satellite port
- 2.4g C.S. 6ch DSMX
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Search no further! Our Crack Series 6ch Micro DSMX also-backwards compatible with DSM2, Full Range Receiver with Diversity Antenna is the perfect match for any foamie or park flyer model. This is our highest quality micro ultra light weight receiver for the pilot wanting the best signal and lowest weight.
DSM2/DSMX compatible micro full range receiver, with shrink cover. This receiver is perfect for any foamie, park flyer or multi-rotor. The Crack Series DSMX 6ch RX weighs less than 4.1 grams, making it an excellent light 6-channel aircraft receiver option. Also featuring a red LED that indicates the number of holds that have occurred since the receiver was last powered on. Compatible with all aircraft DSM2/DSMX style compatible radios and module systems.
6-channel park flyer receiver
Quick Connect™ with Brownout Detection
Red LED indicates number of holds
Diversity dual antennas with independent processor for monitoring signal on both antennas
Antennas extended for carbon fuselage / metallic structure installation
Fail Safe for all channels via press of a button
DSMX Satellite port
Type: Micro-lite Park Flyer Receiver
Modulation: DSMX Compatible (Also DSM2 backward Compatible)
Weight: 4.1 g
Voltage Range: Input: 3.5–8.5V
Bind plug, double sticky tape and port guild reference included
1) Plug bind plug to the receiver.
2) Provide power to the unit. LED flashes quickly.
3) Enable bind mode in transmitter and ensure distance separation of 2 meters from receiver. Solid LED light means binding is completed.
4) Remove bind plug.
This is not a Spektrum DSMX or DSM2 product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2 or DSMX product. Crack Series Rx are tested to be compatible with Spektrum's DSMX and or DSM2 product.
Awesome Rx!! Worked perfectly - no problems at all - rock solid. Will buy another with my next TH plane.
I have a number of TH models and always use this receiver with my DX8. I have never had a problem with them and my Laser (for example) has countless flights on it.