Lemon RX DSMX Compatible 6-Channel Receiver with DSMX Compatible Satellite
  • Lemon RX DSMX Compatible 6-Channel Receiver with DSMX Compatible Satellite

Part #: LM0028

Lemon RX DSMX Compatible 6-Channel Receiver with DSMX Compatible Satellite - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.

 

Lemon Rx DSMX 6-Ch w/ Satellite

Note:
1) This is not a Spektrum DSMX or DSM2 product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2 or DSMX product. The Spektrum, DSMX and DSM2 brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobby, Inc.
2) This is not an underground black market fake Spektrum product. Lemon Rx quality is guaranteed.
3) Lemon Rx products are tested to be compatible with Spektrum's DSMX and or DSM2 product (Spketrum, DSMX and DSM2 are the registered trademark of Horizon Hobby, Inc.).

Specification

Type: DSMX Compatible Full Range Receiver
Number of Channel: 6
Modulation: DSMX Compatible (Also DSM2 backward Compatible)
Band: 2.4 GHz
Dimension: 25(L) x 18(W) x 11(H)  mm
Weight: 2.7 gram
Voltage Range: 3.45 - 10.2 V
 

 

Binding
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.

Setting Failsafe 
Step 1: Start by binding the receiver to the transmitter in the normal way.
Step 2: Proceed as follows to set failsafe
1) Ensure that transmitter and receiver are turned on. 
2) Insert bind plug into the receiver (Note: to set failsafe, bind plug is applied only when the receiver is turned on).
3) Set transmitter controls to the desired failsafe positions.
4) Press the side pushbutton to memorize failsafe settings.
5) Observe that the green light at the end of the receiver turns on to indicate failsafe is set. (Repeat step 4 will cause the LED to turn off which means failsafe is disabled).
6) Remove bind plug.
7) Disconnect the power for at least 2 seconds and then reconnect the power again.
8) Test failsafe by turning off the transmitter.