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tallflyer 12-10-2012 03:00 PM

"NEW HK OrangeRx DSM2 transmitter"
 
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"NEW HK OrangeRx DSM2 transmitter"
For Under $70

CLICK HERE to visit the HK site for Ordering information.


Have you been waiting for a fully programmable OrangeRx DSM2 transmitter? If so, your wish has been granted and at a price that's guaranteed to blow your socks off!!

The OrangeRx T-SIX is a brilliant, fully programmable 6 channel 2.4GHz DSM2 transmitter that is loaded with features. Covering just about everything for both fixed wing and helicopters, the T-SIX supports multiple wing types, multiple swashplate types, channel mixing, subtrim, exponential, dual rates, travel adjustment, servo monitor, graphic pitch/throttle curves, 10 model memory and so much more! This little gem even features an adjustable RF power output setting in the menu, allowing users to switch between US and EU power standards.

All of the programming functions are displayed on the large and easy to read backlit LCD display. You can easily navigate through the menus with the convenient scroll wheel, or by using the menu buttons. The menu system is very intuitive and easy to use, unlike some other transmitters on the market today that require studying of the manual to operate.

When it comes to powering your transmitter, the T-SIX has you covered for just about any battery type. It can operate on 4 x AA size Alkaline, NiMH or NiCD cells, but also features an in-built JST plug in the battery compartment allowing you to use a 2 cell LiFE or LiPO pack as well! The transmitter's low voltage battery alarm is adjustable via the menu to suit whichever battery chemistry you choose.

Because the T-SIX operates on DSM2, it is compatible with our full range of OrangeRx DSM2 receivers. We offer everything from 4CH micro to 9CH full-range receivers, all at a price that can't be beat! (see related items below for our list of compatible OrangeRx DSM2 receivers)

You simply will not find a better "value for the money" programmable DSM2 transmitter on the market today. OrangeRx T-SIX, available only at Hobbyking!

Features:
Compatible with all DSM2 Receivers
6 Channel Operation
Supports 3 Wing/Tail Mixes (Dual Aileron/Elevon/V-Tail)
Supports 2 Swashplate Types (1 Servo 90/CCPM 120)
5 Point Graphic Pitch/Throttle Curves
Adjustable Gyro Gain
Dual Rates and Exponential
Servo Reversing (all 6 channels)
Channel Mixing
Sub Trim and Travel Adjust
Flaps and Differential
Throttle Hold
Large Backlit LCD Display
10 Model Memory
Adjustable RF Power Output (US and EU Selectable via Menu)
Integrated Timer
Adjustable Stick Length
Trainer Port
Supports Alkaline, NiMH, NiCd, LiPo and LiFe batteries

Specs:
Frequency: 2.4GHz
Modulation: DSM2
No. of Channels: 6
Model Memory: 10
Stick Mode: Mode 2 (left stick throttle)

Includes:
OrangeRx T-SIX 2.4GHz DSM2 6CH Programmable Transmitter (Mode 2 version)
User Manual

Requires:
2.4GHz DSM2 compatible receiver
4 x AA batteries or 2S transmitter battery w/JST plug

rcers 12-10-2012 03:38 PM

Wow that is one ugly looking beast! :)

Who is going to be first? I am curious if it has 3 position switches, and if the throttle stick can activate the timer.

OK price and nice to have a backlit display too. I also like the multiple battery type support built in. I wonder if they will bring it to the US warehouse or stick to China....

Mike

pmullen503 12-10-2012 06:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rcers (Post 891637)
Wow that is one ugly looking beast! :)

Who is going to be first? I am curious if it has 3 position switches, and if the throttle stick can activate the timer.


Mike

It is ugly!

And it apparently doesn't have 3 positions switches. It seems to almost an exact clone of the 6DXi.

JetPlaneFlyer 12-10-2012 07:35 PM

They really went out of the way to make that one pig ugly! I guess for the price you cant complain but would it have been more expensive to use black or silver plastic?

Wildflyer 12-10-2012 07:53 PM

I think I would have to do, masking tape and a spray can.

rcers 12-10-2012 08:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wildflyer (Post 891679)
I think I would have to do, masking tape and a spray can.

Let me guess, not orange? :D

CNY_Dave 12-10-2012 08:14 PM

ORANGE: Not just a name, it's a way of life!
(My eyes! they burn!)

I think to be a hot item it needs to be priced a good bit less than a used DX6i.

rcers 12-10-2012 08:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CNY_Dave (Post 891685)
ORANGE: Not just a name, it's a way of life!
(My eyes! they burn!)

I think to be a hot item it needs to be priced a good bit less than a used DX6i.

I agree - would have thought this would be around $40, especially with a Turnigy 9 at under $50.

kyleservicetech 12-10-2012 09:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rcers (Post 891683)
Let me guess, not orange? :D

Well, at least they made it obvious that it is NOT a Spektrum clone! The Spektrum DX6i transmitter is using their DSMX "spread spectrum/frequency hopping" type of signal transmission.

http://www.horizonhobby.com/products...FYYWMgod3ggALQ

pmullen503 12-10-2012 09:26 PM

Good point. The Orange RX is DSM2 only, not DSMX.

kyleservicetech 12-10-2012 09:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pmullen503 (Post 891693)
Good point. The Orange RX is DSM2 only, not DSMX.

Didn't know that. My Spektrum DX8 came with three receivers, two of them are of the DSMX technology, the back yard flyer is DSM2 or something.

JetPlaneFlyer 12-10-2012 09:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kyleservicetech (Post 891696)
Didn't know that. My Spektrum DX8 came with three receivers, two of them are of the DSMX technology, the back yard flyer is DSM2 or something.

If that was the standard three receiver package that you got with your DX8 then the 'back yard flyer' Rx is a AR6115e; that is also a full DSMX receiver: http://www.horizonhobby.com/products/aux-SPMAR6115E

kyleservicetech 12-11-2012 12:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JetPlaneFlyer (Post 891697)
If that was the standard three receiver package that you got with your DX8 then the 'back yard flyer' Rx is a AR6115e; that is also a full DSMX receiver: http://www.horizonhobby.com/products/aux-SPMAR6115E

H'mmm
You're right, it is a AR6115 receiver. I'd looked at the wrapper on this receiver. The wrapper indicates "DSM" on it. But, it is a park flyer receiver, and probably won't be put in the air in any of my models.


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