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  • 15/11/2016

    I think this micro receiver is a great bit of kit less than 4 grams with almost 1 kilometer range and 8 channels through PPM. The only issue I found was the instructions are not correct so here's what I discovered and how my instructions would read. Before you start turn on your transmitter and go to your bind function in menu so it's ready to be paired. 1. Hold down the bind button on receiver and then power it up. If done correctly a red light will flash very fast but keep the button pressed. 2. Start the bind process with your transmitter and release the button on the receiver. The red light will now be flashing much slower but your transmitter will say it's still binding. 3. Back out of the bind function which is still saying it's binding and remove power from the receiver. 4. Now turn on your transmitter and power up the receiver the light should now be solid and not flashing this means it has paired successfully and to test it just switch off your transmitter and the light will start to flash slowly but when you switch on your transmitter again the light will go back to being solid showing its working fine. If you wish to use PPM rather than i-bus you will need to switch the yellow wire for the white wire and use some heat shrink to cover the connector. I hope my advice saves you from the headache I had and helps you get on with this fantastic receiver. Happy flying and always fly responsibly.

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  • 03/03/2017

    good for brushed models and smaller quads. but there are multiple reports of brownouts and very short range when used on full size quads. 2205 motors and 20-30A escs will generate so much EMI that you can expect brownouts of about 0.5s. this can be dangerous. FlySky is aware of the problem and BG has shipped an improved V2 lately which fixes the problem for some. working on a V3. The only safe solution for now is to wrap it in aluminum foil and another heat shrink. Be aware this Rx can be dangerous and cause loss of control.

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