DT Rx43d Receiver Unit for Servos and Actuators

Price: 

79.00 AUD

3 in stock

Specifications:

Product Name DTRx43d
Voltage 3 – 6 volts
Weight 0.34 grams
Length 13mm
Width 12mm
Height 2.2mm
Type Servo and Actuator
Connector None
Channels 3 Actuators
4 Servos
Onboard ESC 2 x Brushed
External ESC Capable

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The Rx43d is a versatile receiver. It’s ability to be programmed allows it to be used for planes, helicopters and quadrocopters. It also gives you the added advantage of being able to work with either servos or actuators.

For planes, you can run a single brushed motor driven by the onboard 2Amp ESC. Also, the dual onboard ESCs can drive 2 x 2Amp brushed motors with optional differential steering mixing. This, coupled with the ability to choose either servos or actuators makes this receiver a solution to fit a wide range of applications.

For helicopters, two of the actuator outputs can be configured to drive contra rotating motors with differential speed mixing, while the other can drive a reversible motor for the tail.
For quadrocopters, this receiver can be configured for 7ch Sum-PPM output.

The DTrx43d is a DSM2 compatible receiver unit which can be bound to a Spektrum DSM2 capable transmitter or any other transmitter which is DSM2 capable.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Actuator outputs: 3, 11ohm, 128 step
Optional output: Actuator outputs 1 & 2 can drive a 2-direction (reversable) 0.4A motors
Optional output: Actuator output 3 can drive a 2-direction (reversable) 0.8A motor
Servo outputs: 4, 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: 11.8 x 12.9 x 2.2mm
Weight: 0.34g
Pad spacing: 1.27mm (0.05″)
Voltage: 3-6v
Modulation: 2.4GHz compatible with 22ms DSM2 Air
Range: Indoor

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This example is the simplest wiring scenario for a plane. You can choose just one motor or two motors to take advantage of the onboard dual ESCs and differential thrust steering. Differential thrust steering can be set by programming the receiver with the transmitter. You also have the choice of either servo or actuator control. Note that pos and neg power for servos must be drawn collectively from the pads where power is supplied to the receiver or directly from the battery.
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When using a brushless motor servo Ch-1 supplies the signal to your ESC unit. Pos and Neg power to the ESC unit comes directly from the battery. Dual brushless motors can also be set up and in this case the signal for motor 2 comes from Ch-4 and you can then set up differential steering as well. Note that pos and neg power for servos must be drawn collectively from the pads where power is supplied to the receiver or directly from the battery.