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S6210 DSMX Satellite for Power Up RD-Series 6-8 Channel DSM2/DSMX Receivers

S6210 DSMX Satellite for Power Up RD-Series 6-8 Channel DSM2/DSMX Receivers

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Your Price: $6.95
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Part Number:G-786

This DSMX Remote Receiver is designed for use with the Power Up RD610, RD710 & RD810 2.4GHz DSM2 & DSMX Compatible 6 Channel Receivers.  The Remote Receiver includes a 6" extension cable for connection to the Power Up RD610 receiver unit, and a separate 6" extension cable for connection to the Power Up RD710 or RD810 receiver units. 


Binding Instructions:

 1. Connect the 6” Remote Receiver Extension to the main receiver and remote receiver:

2. Power off the transmitter.
3. Install the bind plug in the receiver Bind port.
4. Power on the receiver. The receiver LED flashes rapidly.
5. Move the transmitter controls to the failsafe positions (flight controls:
rudder, elevator and aileron centered) and low throttle position.
6. Power on the transmitter while holding the transmitter bind button or switch.
7. The receiver LED turns solid when the receiver binds to the transmitter.
8. Remove the bind plug from the receiver and power off the receiver.
You will need to bind your transmitter and receiver any time you add a new remote receiver to the system.

5 Stars
RonJ
The satellite will go into my new Mambo biplane. This airplane has four servos on the ailerons and a fancy stabilization system. Need the satellite to get to get the crow function to work.
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Reviewed by:  from Sparta WI. on 8/5/2017
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RC Nut
Satellite receiver works great
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Reviewed by:  from South Carolina. on 6/30/2017
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Interesting
This one binds and works fine. The interesting thing was that it wouldn't bind connected to the receiver at the same time. I finally did get it to work, but it didn't act in the normal way, where the satellite binds first, then the main receiver. It also connects with a servo lead on the end of the wire, not the usual tiny white plug. $7, pretty good. I'll probably stick to orange, but this one is good.
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Reviewed by:  from Florida. on 6/26/2017
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