MICROLITE DSM2 Receiver & Satellite
Patent pending Model Match prevents flying a model using the wrong model memory (feature does not work with module systems)
Servo Sync (feature does not work with module systems)
Preset failsafe system
Red LED indicates number of hold
Compatibility (Spectrum and JR DSM2): DX6l, DX7, DX9, DSX7,DSX9
Working Voltage: 4 to 1.0v
Wireless simulator interface(W.D.S.C),support REFLEXTR, G3,G4,G5 fly simulator
Type: 9-Channel Full-Range DSM2 Receiver
Band: 2.4 GHz
Dimensions ( W x L x H): 30 x 50 x13mm
Voltage Range: 4-10v
Brown-Out Voltage: 4.0v (Always supply power above this voltage)
Antenna Length Main RX: 30mm (2)
Expected Range: 800m-1000m (tested with JR DSX9)
Put the binding harness into connector location marked BIND. Next apply power to the receiver. Both receiver and Satellite LEDs should illuminate.
To set fail-safe throttle and control surface positions, (minimum throttle with and all control surfaces set to neutral is suggested.) Press the bind button (LED will illuminate). Turn on the transmitter.
Receiver LED will change from rapid flashing to slow flashing and a few seconds later when bind is accomplished the LED of both satellite and main receiver will illuminate solid. All fail-safes should be programmed correctly now.
Remove binding harness from the BIND channel. Restart the receiver by cycling its power off and back on. All channels should function properly now. You may test fail-safe by holding sticks in corner, cycle transmitter off. Surfaces and throttle should return to your preset fail-safe positions set in
Only one bind procedure is required on a new receiver. Repetitive binding provides no extra security. Always remember to remove the binding harness after successful bind is completed.
Wireless simulator interface(W.D.S.C)
Main receiver and satellite must connect.
Receiver must bind with transmitter first (AUX4 channel do not plug binding harness)
AUX3 is the (W.D.S.C) channel, connect with simulator line
BIND channel and AUX4 channel plug the binding harness
Apply power to the receiver with usb line or battery
Power on transmitter, both LED lights, simulator beginning
Solid illuminated Red LED is indicates good signal. If flashing, 1 flash indicates 1 signal loss, 2 = 2 signal losses and etc
The Orange LED on main receiver should flash one time when power if first applied. It will flash several times when binding harness is connected. It Should stay illuminated if main receiver losses signal but the Satellite is still working.
The Orange LED on the Satellite will flash one time when power is first applied. It will flash several times during binding process. It will stay illuminated when satellite is functioning normally.
Receiver 1 pcs, satellite 1 pcs, 3P connect line 1pcs, USB power line 1 pcs, Simulator connect line 1pcs, bind plug 2 pcs.