Lemon Rx DSMP (DSMX Compatible) 7-Channel Full-Range Telemetry With Diversity Receiver (Vario + Altitude Included Energy Meter Optional) $49.90 Add to Wish List A new generation of Spektrum™ AS3X®(Artificial Stabilization – 3-aXis) receivers is about to make it easier than ever for fixed wing pilots to transform their flying experience with this amazing technology. Like their predecessors, they combine AS3X technology with a DSMX® receiver in a single unit.
Middle –> 5V - 15V; Inside –> signal; MainPort (also previously known as Telemetry): JST-SH 4-pin. This is a serial USART whose baud rate can be adjusted through the GCS. Optionally Futaba S.Bus receiver, Spektrum/JR satellite receiver or GPS can be mapped to the MainPort. Default configuration is Telemetry for connecting an RF modem. If your receiver requires 5v power (most receivers except for Spektrum Satellite), solder its power wire to the 5v pad that is beneath T6 and next to CAM. In a typical cable, the power wire will be red or orange. If your receiver requires 3.3v power (most Spektrum Satellite receivers), solder its power wire to the 3v3 pad in the lower-The receiver can also be configured for 7 channel composite PPM output, e.g. for multi-copter use. Dimensions (WxLxH): 21 x 12 x 6.5mm, Weight: 1.1gm This micro weight receiver is compatible with both DSMX and DSM2 Spektrum protocols. It is designed for use on a single LiPo cell but will operate up to 5V (don't go above this).
To cut a long story short: I was able to reproduce a receiver cutout by simply moving ailerons and elevators continuously for about 20 seconds. Given that there could be a voltage spike the Spektrum manual states that a receiver will rebind within about 1.5 seconds (if I remember correctly). The PCM receivers may or may not have a micro-controller in them but the reason that 2.4GHz systems take so long is not actually the micro-controller but the time it takes to re-acquire the transmitter sequence. The 2.4GHz transmitters actually output a sequence of frequency modulations that the receiver has to be locked to.
To cut a long story short: I was able to reproduce a receiver cutout by simply moving ailerons and elevators continuously for about 20 seconds. Given that there could be a voltage spike the Spektrum manual states that a receiver will rebind within about 1.5 seconds (if I remember correctly).