spectrum and orange
|Old John B||20/01/2019 19:54:44|
107 forum posts
Have a Spectrum DX6 Tranny and decided to try the "Orange"R615 receiver. Two in fact. Went flying and the boys tell me that these are park flyer receivers.They range check OK at 30 metres,but what is the range of park flyer receivers, the advert on Hobby King doesn't say park flyer at all
Help . .
|stevan Lewis 1||20/01/2019 20:20:07|
|63 forum posts|
Hi John, after my comment this morning I have now looked into the range issue with these receivers. It seems that these r615x are fine for all normal flying just not suitable for long range, ie beyond line of sight, which for both of us is not very far so you should be fine.
see you next week Steve
|508 forum posts|
i have about 10 of them and never had a range problem and i dont do park flying
|Don Fry||20/01/2019 20:25:45|
3955 forum posts
They do the range check. They are fit for purpose. Range will defeat your eyes. The boys are snobs.
|Old John B||20/01/2019 20:36:45|
107 forum posts
Thanks chaps, you have reassured me and I shall now be happy to use them.
Old John B
|Mike Blandford||20/01/2019 21:13:40|
532 forum posts
My understanding is the R615X is a full range receiver, but the add-on telemetry board that was available (maybe still is) is short range as far as sending the telemetry data back.
|Nigel R||20/01/2019 22:37:07|
3067 forum posts
Just to add to above. I have two. Never given a moments trouble. No problem with range checks or airborne range.
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