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Lemon RX DSMP/X Compatible 7-Channel (end-pin) Stabilizer PLUS with Diversity Antenna

Lemon RX DSMP/X Compatible 7-Channel (end-pin) Stabilizer PLUS with Diversity Antenna

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Part Number:D-511
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Note:  This is the upgraded version ot he Lemon RX DSMX Compatible 7-Channel (end-pin) Stabilizer with Diversity Antenna

A simple to use stabilizer with auto leveling capability with extremely minimum settings / calibration required. Designed for beginner, FPV flyer or even advanced pilots who needs an extra safety feature under unexpected circumstance. Lemon Rx engineers had been spending  months in optimizing stabilization control stratergy along with many flight tests by experienced pilots all over the world to come up an excpetionally reliable and easy to use stabilizer (namely stabilizer PLUS). The otpmized control stratergy allow the stabilizer to work just about any planes with almost no complex tuning and minmal setup required that just take a few seconds to complete.

- Contain all capabilities of the popular Lemon Rx stabilizer with simliar setup / interface
- Auto-level (beginner / advanced) / gyro / no stabilization
- 4 orientations installation allowed with auto-detect feature (refer to user manual for full instruction)
- Allow the use of all 7-channel even when stabilization is enabled
- All channels failsafe capability (this means that you can even set the plane in obriting in the event of transmitter failure by setting stabilizer as auto-level with bank angle under failsafe)
- Proprietary control algorithum ensure minimal user setup and extreme relability for different type of planes
- Offset adjustments due to imperfect mechnical installation / servo linkage with a flip of switches 
- Optionally gear channel can be used to remotely control stabilization mode in either auto-level / gyro / no stabilization
- Spektrum owner with DX5 is capable of using gear channel to choose either auto-level and no stabilization or gyro and no stabilization
- Remote master gain on-the-fly adjustment on AUX3

1) What's the major difference between Lemon Rx stabilizer and Lemon Rx stabilizer PLUS?

Stabilizer PLUS has many new features and capbilities with its build-in DSMX compatible / DSM2 compatible receiver over its pervious successor of "Lemon Rx Stabilizer." One of the major differences is that stabilizer PLUS uses total of 6-axis, both accelerometer and gyroscope to obtain the plane's orientation while stabilizer uses 3-axis based gyroscope parameters (rate control) to stabilizes the plane.

Stabilizer helps the plane to smooth its flight by rate control on a windy day. With stabilizer PLUS, not only you can selectively choose rate control but it also does "auto-leveling". Auto-leveling may refers to "stick deviation / flight angle" type of control.  What this means is that when you adjust the stick by 30 degree the plane will fly by 30 degree (user is not really controlling the deflection of control surface under auto-level mode but the stabilizer PLUS does all the calculation in order to achieve 30-degree angle for bank or elevation).

This is very helpful for beginner for flying plane especially without a trainer pilot around.

For instant, if the plane flipped over or loss control, the user only needs to leave his hand free on the transmitter stick and let the plane to "auto-level" it back to normal flight envelope. When the plane returns to its normal flight position, you can selectively disable stabilization to test out your skill or let the rate control mode to assist flying on a windy day.

The all-channel failsafe feature also allows user to possibly set the plane in orbit mode or gently glide the plane down in case of anything unprediable such as transmitter failure. It is up to the user creativity with the flexible but simple setup.

PLEASE NOTE: Customer with DM8 / DM9 module with the use of 3rd party transmitter should not be using this unit due to incompatability issue.
Type:Stabilizer PLUS DSMP/X 7-Channel Full Range Receiver with diversity antenna (End Pin)
Number of Channel:7
Modulation:Proprietary DSMP/X (DSMX and DSM2 compatible with auto detection of both modes)
Band:2.4 GHz
Dimension:37(L) x 28(W) x 9(H)  mm
Voltage Range:3.45 - 7.2V

1) This is not a Spektrum DSMX or DSM2 product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2 or DSMX product. The Spektrum, DSMX and DSM2 brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobby, Inc.
2) This is not an underground black market fake Spektrum product. Lemon Rx quality is guaranteed.
3) Lemon Rx products are tested to be compatible with Spektrum's DSMX and or DSM2 product (Spketrum, DSMX and DSM2 are the registered trademark of Horizon Hobby, Inc.).
5 Stars
I have six of these in everything from parkflyers to 1600mm warbirds and large EDF's. Best performing rx/stab on the market and at a reasonable price.
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Reviewed by:  from MN. on 8/10/2017
5 Stars
LemonRX 7ch with stabilizer
Rock solid link and performance. These have become my go-to receivers for any plane 30-64" wingspan. These greatly open up the range of conditions I am comfortable of flying (and landing) in. Simple set up and control. Turn it on for excellent 3 axis stability or turn it off and you have an excellently priced 7 ch RX for Spektrum radios. The only drawback to these units is that they are limited to 7.4 volts. This is only a problem when using some of the newer very high voltage servos at peak voltage. 99% of flyers will never have that problem. Great product. Excellent price.
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Reviewed by:  from USA. on 7/1/2017
5 Stars
Works great with minimal set-up. Used as a 4-channel for a normal fixed wing. Just had to flip the J4 and J5 switches on, J6 off, and turn down the gain on the Aileron and Rudder axis. Set up the gear channel on the Spektrum DX6e, and that was it. Flies great with no range issues. Gyro seems rock solid so far.
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Reviewed by:  from Hesperia. on 7/24/2017
3 Stars
Not for FPV
Lemon RX are great for regular flying: small, cheap, good. Not good for FPV flying: out past 500 meters the signal will start to drop out, and throttle will take a while to come back, usually too long to keep the craft in the air.
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Reviewed by:  from california, usa. on 7/12/2017
5 Stars
BMW Master Tech
Smaller than I thought it would be!
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Reviewed by:  from Fort Worth. on 7/2/2017
5 Stars
Smooth & Steady
Simple to install and end pins perfect for minimizing height. Side location of antennas was restictive. Stabilizer took one flight to evaluate. Rudder was then turned down a little. Second flight was good. Looking forward to third flight.
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Reviewed by:  from Florida. on 8/29/2017
5 Stars
Great value, the stabilizer works perfectly. I have never had a problem with these products.
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Reviewed by:  from Ocala. on 7/22/2017
5 Stars
good product at a reasonable price
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Reviewed by:  from tn.. on 1/26/2018
5 Stars
Great product
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Reviewed by:  from FL. on 7/1/2017

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