The all new OrangeRX Open LRS Rx is an open source receiver that can be programmed to use your choice of protocol and any channel in the 400~460MHz range. It can even be programmed to utilize extra features such as telemetry and more!
The OrangeRX Open LRS Rx is a very versatile receiver perfect for your custom projects.
It utilizes a 100mW RFM22B RF unit and Atmega328 processor with Arduino Bootloader allowing you to upload pre-written codes or write your own to suit your RF system needs. Also, because it uses the same RF chip as our OrangeRx Open LRS Tx Module, it means that you can program this unit to function as a receiver or a transmitter. This opens up a world of new possibilities for your custom R/C projects!
The default code utilizes 3 channel frequency hopping. If you would like to use a different protocol, you can write your own hopping codes or simply download one of the many pre-written Open LRS code sets already available.
• 3.3v FTDI support for Arduino
• Serial Port for firmware upload and telemetry application
• 3.3v I2C port for all modern sensors such as WiiMotionPlus, WiiNunchuk, MEMs gyros, barometers, accelerometers and more
• 9 channel servo output
• 3.3v MIC5205 based voltage regulator with reverse polarity protection and 1S lipo support
• PWM output as RSSI output. (You can modify the code for PWM based RSSI signal)
• Red and Blue LED indicators
• RFM22B transceiver module including Si4432 chip with configurable 0-100mW output, frequency hopping capability and hundreds of features
• 16Mhz Atmega328 processor with Arduino Pro Mini compatible bootloader
Voltage input: 3.7~15VDC
Weight: 10.5g (w/out antenna)
OrangeRx Open LRS Rx
*Note: The setup and use of Open LRS requires computer programming skills and basic Arduino experience. This is not a “plug and play” system. See the attached document under the “Files” tab on the product page at hobbyking.com for resources on programming info, firmware downloads and more.
Compatible with all Spektrum DSM2 Air transmitters.
The new range of OrangeRx R910 receivers are built using original components and MCUs 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 DSM2 2.4Ghz transmitter.
The OrangeRx 9ch is only 14g in weight and 46x30x14mm in size with case, Great for medium/small planes & helis, right up to large scale models.
Super light weight 14g grams with case.
Compatible with DSM2 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems.
9 Channels Analog & Digital servo
Compact design 38mm x 26mm x 9mm, with case 46 x 30.7 x 14mm.
Single 195mm antenna for mounting in almost any location.
Input voltage: 3.7~9.6V.
2 x Satellite port included. TWIN SATELLITE PORTS
1 Port S.BUS OUT – Works with S.BUS servos and GY750.
Failsafe: All channels to bind position at signal loss.
12 Month replacement guarantee!
OrangeRx R910 DSM2 Compatible receiver
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.
Compatible with Futaba FASST receivers: TM7, TM8, TM10, TM14 + more.
The OrangeRx 8ch is only 9.7g in weight and 30x45x10mm in size. Great for small planes, helis, parkflyers or even medium sized sport planes. These receivers can be used in pairs to create a satellite system with 14 channels.
Light weight 9.7g
Compatible with FASST aircraft radio and module systems
Compact design 30x45x10mm
Twin antenna for diversity and long range.
Input voltage: 4~9.8V
Specified Range: 1.5km+
Up to 14 channels in satellite mode (requires 2 TFR8-S receivers)
OrangeRx Futaba FASST 2.4Ghz Compatible 8Ch receiver
2 x Jumper Plugs
All OrangeRx receivers come with a 12 month warranty.
NOTE* This is not a Futaba receiver, nor is it a copy of a Futaba receiver.
Futaba and FASST are trademarks of Futaba Co (JP).
Note* Disable failsafe on transmitter, otherwise you will experience servo jitter.
To use satellite mode you must bind both receivers to your transmitter then short the two top pins on CH1 and CH2 as show in the picture above.