RedconRC’s 9 Channel 2.4 GHz. Receiver in DSM2/DSMX Compatibility

Jun 08, 2012 1 Comment by
Redcon has produced a DSM2/DSMX compatible receiver with satellite.  The nine channel receiver provides maximum configuration of dual servo applications were necessary.  Included in the package is a wireless interface cable that allows one to fly several simulators with  your own transmitter through the receiver and into the simulator.  Power is provided to the receiver through the USB connection.  Binding is simple and LED lights on both the receiver and satellite indicate a secure bind.  Stay in touch as I put the receiver and wireless cable to test.  Cost $49.99
  •  9 channels
  • Patent pending Model Match prevents flying a model using the wrong model memory (feature does not work with module systems)
  • ServoSync (feature does not work with module systems)
  • Preset failsafe system
  • QuickConnect
  • Horizontal-Pin configuration
  • Red LED indicates number of holds
  • Compatibility (Spectrum and JR DSM2): DX6I,DX7, DSX7,DSX8, DSX10
  • Working Voltage : 4 to 1.0v
  • Wireless simulator interface (W.D.S.C), supports REFLEXTR,G3,G4,G5 flight simulator

Receiver Specifications:
Type: 9-Channel Full-Range DSM2 Receiver
Modulation: DSM2
Band: 2.4GHz
Dimensions 1.18 x 1.96 x 0.51 inch (30mm x 50mm x 13mm )
Weight: 0.49 oz / 14g
Voltage Range: 4-10v
Brown-Out Voltage: 4.0v (Always supply power above this voltage)
Antenna Length Main RX: 30mm (2)
Expected Range: 800m~1000m (tested with JR DSX9)

David Vaught

About the author

A frequent contributor to Model Airplane News and Electric Flight, Dr. Dave is a true RC enthusiast with over 40 years of flying experiences as well as a private pilot license. He flies and writes about everything from ornithopters to giant-scale aircraft, building and flying an average of 20 planes a year.

One Response to “RedconRC’s 9 Channel 2.4 GHz. Receiver in DSM2/DSMX Compatibility”

  1. nick kopanski says:

    Has this been tested?

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