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Thread: Teeny Tiny Receiver?

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    There's this one: https://hobbyking.com/en_us/orangerx...___store=en_us

    As I understand, it's basically a normal OrangeRx 6 channel receiver without the connectors for normal servo leads. You have to solder the connections on yourself.

    Lemon Rx used to make one too I think, but that was DSM2 and they've now discontinued it (possibly they'll bring out a DSMX version at some point?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by McMullet View Post
    There's this one: https://hobbyking.com/en_us/orangerx...___store=en_us

    As I understand, it's basically a normal OrangeRx 6 channel receiver without the connectors for normal servo leads. You have to solder the connections on yourself.

    Lemon Rx used to make one too I think, but that was DSM2 and they've now discontinued it (possibly they'll bring out a DSMX version at some point?).
    Thanks man! Not gonna lie I've always been a 'plug in, try different wiring combinations and hope for the best' kind of guy so that one does look a little daunting haha! Are there any good tutorials on how to wire up a receiver like that?

    Also, do you know if it's open to any 2.4ghz controller or only specific ones? (My area of roboteering is more fabrication than electrical aha....)

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    I use these ones with a spektrum dxi

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    The DSM2/X protocols are for Spektrum radios - so if you have a Spektrum transmitter you can use this, or a Devo that's been flashed to be compatible. If you have any other transmitter it won't work, as far as I know.

    BTW, if you want something that's quite tiny but still plugs in as normal, LemonRx might be a good bet. They have all the normal pins to plug in servo cables but without a plastic shell, so they're less bulky/heavy. Probably twice the weight of the OrangeRx one, especially when you factor in that you won't need the connectors on the servo leads, but it may be a suitable halfway house that saves a bit of mass and volume but keeps everything plug and play.

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