The New PRO version released Feb2012 is a improved version of the V5. New radio system, still compatible with older versions rx With build in military connector, for securely mounting of input. The new case, 2.6x times bigger cooling surface, possible to manual change ID Keys WITH individual testing and calibration sheet. Tx 6V PRO Now with Military connector for PC plugs! You will need a 3 pin DIN plug with wires are available here. The unit is shipped with a 3 way switch so the user can fast and easy change the level while flying, 0.5W / 1W / 2W power out The transmitter board is xmm. RF Power output: 0.5W or 1W or 2W. The 2W setting can now be used as long as you like. use selectable Supply Voltage : 6-25V using internal switchmode converter also included inside the nice aluminium Supply current : depends on input voltage, but input power is 3 times RF out power Spurs :< 60dB and 80dB under carrier, improved new double low pass filter Temperature range: -40C to +70C tested
Available Links. Transmitter Instructions Manual Antenna setup guide Receivers compatible with this transmitter Includes: 1x Transmitter PRO V6 0.5-2W 433Mhz built in regulator 1x Transmitter antenna 3 pin DIN plug with wires are available here.
Binding Video Instruction
Examples using the RC radio transmitter's battery.
If your RC system have a multi pin trainer connector, it most likely have powersupply output too,
ook in RC unit manual and connect the 3 wires to LRS correct, please measure the supply voltage
is correct so you dont damage anything if you swap supply voltage to the LRS you will fry it !
if you short power from your RC unit you will melt and fry connections in it !
Some RC units have only the PPM signal out, normally in a 2.5 or 3.5mm jack, look in RC unit
manual to find the pin connections the LRS TX unit can be powered with a seperate battery back
like pictures here, it is important to connect power and signal ground like this
Thomas Scherrer UHF RC LRS system is tested so far with those RC units
Multiplex Profi MC3010/3030/4000 (5 pin DIN 2=supply out, 4=ppm out, 3&5=gnd & must be jumped together) Hitech Aurora 9, take out normal RF module and use module pins from left : 1=ppm, 2=supply, 3=GND (4 and 5 are not used) Hitech Eclipse 7 (it works fine, see post 5797 and a bit more) Futaba 6EX 2.4GHz version, is ok (6 pin square) Futaba 6EX 72MHz version, is ok (6 pin square) Futaba T7CAP (6 pin square) Futaba FF7 (6 pin square) Futaba 8FG Futaba T9CP (6 pin square) same as T9CHP Futaba T9ZHP (6 pin round DIN) Futaba T9ZAP Futaba 10C (6 pin square) Futaba 10CG (6 pin square), Sensitive to RF levels, not good to mount LRS TX directly on its back Futaba 10CP (6 pin square), Sensitive to RF levels, not good to mount LRS TX directly on its back Futaba 10CAP (6 pin square), Sensitive to RF levels, not good to mount LRS TX directly on its back Futaba 12ZAP ok in PPM8 & PPM12 no power out in trainer connector (12ch only good in non trainer mode, and be sure max +60% on all channels) Futaba 12FGA fine in 8ch mode,possible in 12ch mode with a bit of tricks, see forum Futaba 12FG fine in 8ch mode, possible in 12ch mode with a bit of tricks, see forum Futaba 14MZ ok in PPM8 mode, PPM12 ch needs work-arround Futaba FX18 Futaba FX30 Robbe Futaba FC28 Hitec Optic 6 Spectrum DX5e - DX6i - DX7 (3.5mm jack) see note 1 Spectrum DX7SE DO NOT WORK, ONLY DSM MODE; NO PPM OUT MODE NOT EVEN INTERNALLY Spectrum DX8 - a little bit of EMC jamming at 2W and if the TX antenna is close to the spectrum (3.5mm jack) SANWA RD8000 - (5 pin DIN 1=supply out, 2=gnd, 3=ppm out) all 8ch ppm out of the sanwa is ok Graupner MX12 - MX16S (3.5mm jack) see note 1 Graupner MC22 - MX22 - MC24 - MX24 (3.5mm jack) see note 1B JR 3810 see note 1 JR 9303 see note 2 X 9303 the special 2.4GHz version, problem solved see note 3 Turnigy 9X, some seems to handle strong RF signals poorly, like cell phone too close and LRS TX too close, affect display first ArtTech E-Fly100C, same 3.5mm jack as Graupner, this radio is only 6ch but works fine Mile High Wings USB interface (a PPM generator) fully compatible Endurance PCTx (a USB PPM generator.) fully compatible More planned to be listed here soon. Click here for direct support. Click here for more knowledge base.
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 23 March, 2012.