Binding Instuctions for Orange Spektrum Compatible Receivers

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Hobby King OrangeRX R610 Spektrum DSM2 6 Channel 2.4 Ghz Receiver User Guide

The Hobby King Orange 6 Channel Receiver features DSM2technology and is compatible with all Spektrumand JR® aircraft transmitters that support DSM2 technology, like the 12X, X9303, DX7, DX6i, DX5e and Module Systems .Note: The OrangeRX R610 Receiver receivers are not compatible with the DX6 park flyer radio system.
Compatible with all Spektrum DSM2 Air transmitters.
OrangeRx receivers are built using original components and MCUs and with state of the art SMT automation to ensure a quality product each and every time.
All OrangeRx receivers are QC tested before leaving the factory.
The OrangeRx will work with ANY Aircraft Spektrum DSM2 2.4Ghz transmitter
The OrangeRx 6ch is only 3.7g in weight and 19.5x30x10mm in size. Great for small planes, helis, parkflyers or even medium sized sport planes.
Key features.
Super light weight 3.7g / 9.8 grams with case.
Compatible with DSM2 1024/2048 aircraft radio and module systems.
6 Channels.
Compact design 19.5mm x 30mm x 10mm, with case 43x22x13mm.
Short 29mm antennas for mounting in almost any location.
Input voltage: 3.7~9.6V.

Satellite port included. (Increased redundancy and link strength)
Two CYP chips used. Making it a true outdoor receiver system.
12 Month replacement guarantee!
OrangeRx R610 DSM2 Compatible receiver
i) This is not a Spektrum receiver, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum Receiver.
The Spektrum brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA.
ii) Price of this receiver may fluctuate (up or down) due to cost of electronic components.
iii) This is not an underground black market fake Spektrum receiver. OrangeRx quality is guaranteed.

The OrangeRX R610 receiver must be bound to the transmitter before it will operate. Binding is the process of teaching the receiver the specific code of the transmitter so it will only connect to that specific transmitter.

1. To bind an OrangeRX R610 to a DSM2 transmitter, insert the bind plug in the BATT/BIND port on the receiver.
Note: To bind an aircraft with an electronic speed controller that powers the receiver through the throttle channel (ESC/BEC), insert the bind plug into the BATT/BIND port in the receiver and the throttle lead into the throttle (THRO) port. Proceed to Step #2.

2. Power the receiver. Note that the LED on the receiver should be flashing, indicating that the receiver is in bind mode and ready to be bound to the transmitter.

3. Move the sticks and switches on the transmitter to the desired failsafe positions (low throttle and neutral control positions).

4. Follow the procedures of your specific transmitter to enter Bind Mode, the system will connect within a few seconds. Once connected, the LED on the receiver will go solid indicating the system is connected.

5. Remove the bind plug from the BATT/BIND port on the receiver before you power off the transmitter.

6. After you’ve set up your model, it’s important to rebind the system so the true low throttle and neutral control surface positions are set.

IMPORTANT: Remove the bind plug to prevent the system from entering bind mode the next time the power is turned on.

Range Testing
Before each flying session and especially with a new model, it is important to perform a range check. All Spektrum aircraft transmitters incorporate a range testing system which, when activated, reduces the output power, allowing a range check.
1. With the model restrained on the ground, stand 30 paces (approx. 90 feet/28 meters) away from the model.
2. Face the model with the transmitter in your normal flying position and place your transmitter into range check mode.
3. You should have total control of the model with the button depressed at 30 paces (90 feet/28 meters).

Receiver Power System Requirements
Inadequate power systems that are unable to provide the necessary minimum voltage to the receiver during flight have become the number one cause of in-flight failures. Some of the power system components that affect the ability to properly deliver adequate power include:

Receiver battery pack (number of cells, capacity, cell type, state of charge)
The ESC’s capability to deliver current to the receiver in electric aircraft
The switch harness, battery leads, servo leads, regulators etc.
The AR6100/AR6100e has a minimum operational voltage of 3.5 volts; it is highly recommended the power system be tested per the guidelines below.

The OrangeRX R610 features a failsafe. When signal is lost the throttle channel only is driven to its preset failsafe position (normally low throttle) while all other channels hold last command.
Prevents unintentional electric motor response on start-up.
Eliminates the possibility of over-driving servos on start-up by storing preset failsafe positions.
Establishes low-throttle failsafe and maintains last-commanded control surface position if the RF signal is lost.
Receiver Power Only
In electric aircraft, when the receiver only is turned on (no transmitter signal is present), the throttle channel has no output, to avoid operating or arming the electronic speed control.
Note: Some analog servos may coast slightly even though no signal is present. This is normal.
All other channels hold their last commanded positions set during binding.
After Connection
When the transmitter is turned on, and after the receiver connects to the transmitter, normal control of all channels occurs.
After the system makes a connection, if loss of signal occurs, Failsafe drives the throttle servo only to its preset failsafe position (low throttle) that was set during binding.
All other channels hold their last commanded position. When the signal is regained, the system immediately (less than 4ms) regains control.

Guarantee from Paul’s Hobby Hanger

Your Spektrum Compatible Receiver is guaranteed to bind ONLY to your Spektrum DX6i 6 Ch 2.4Ghz DSM2 transmitter, Spektrum DX7 2.4ghz DSM2 transmitter or any other Spektrum 2.4Ghz DSM2 transmitter .

Although these receivers have been reported to work with a JR XP9303(H) radio that has the Spectrum DM9 module installed and reportedly the MLP4DSM has access to all 6 channels. I have not tested these claims and do not guarantee them with anything other than a Spektrum™ brand transmitter.

If your receiver does not bind upon your initial check out, send an email to for instructions and address to send your receiver to for repair / replacement.

This guarantee does not apply to units that have been installed and flown in your aircraft, heli orused in your vehicle. You are encouraged to upon receipt, bind the receiver to your transmitter to verify proper binding before you install and use the receiver. Once the receiver is used, the guarantee is no longer in effect.

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