|Voltage||3 – 10 volts|
|Channels||7 or 7PPM|
|Onboard ESC||2 x Brushed|
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The DTRx37f is a receiver designed to be easy to work with and wire up. The first point you’ll notice is that there are ample pads to connect not just signal wires but all pos and neg wires as well. Couple this with the ability to wire all 7 servo channels directly to pads on the receiver and you have a truly versatile Rx unit.
The receiver also has the ability to handle “Differential Thrust Steering”. To do this it has two x 2Amp brushed ESCs onboard which can each power their own brushed motor. “Differential Thrust Steering” can also be configured for brushless motors.
This is a DSM2 compatible receiver unit which can be bound to a Spektrum DSM2 capable transmitter or any other transmitter which is DSM2 capable.
|Outputs:||7, Servos, 1024 step|
|Optional output:||7ch Sum-PPM output on 1 pin|
|Brushed ESC’s:||2, 2A, 64 step, 1-direction (planes), optional ‘twin-steer’ mix|
|Size:||14.1 x 15.0 x 1.8mm|
|Pad spacing:||3.2mm (signal), 1.3mm (+/-)|
|Modulation:||2.4GHz compatible with 22ms DSM2 Air|
Top of board
In this brushed motor configuration Ch1 – throttle is not used as the receiver is controlling power to the brushed motors. For single motor setups use only motor#1. Differential steering may also be enabled when running dual motor systems. In this case the Aileron or optionally the rudder cans be set to control the yaw.
With the above brushless configuration Ch1 supplies the signal for motor #1 to the ESC unit. If dual motors are being used then Ch7 supplied the signal for Motor #2. Differential steering may also be enabled when running dual motor systems. In this case the Aileron or optionally the rudder cans be set to control the yaw. Power for the motors can be supplied directly from the battery. Alternatively, it can also be supplied from the spare “Power Supply to Receiver” pads or from the spare “Pos/Neg Supply to Servos” pads.