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Post  happydad on Sun Sep 14, 2014 6:45 pm

Is anyone interested in ordering OrangeRX receivers from HobbyKing? I recently ordered a couple and they took 4 - 6 weeks to arrive. Then one was the wrong type and I will have to return it for a refund.
   Anyway of you are interested in ordering any of the OrangeRX receivers, (DSM2 or Futaba FASST), please contact me thru this thread or PM. I will order within 2 weeks or as soon as I receive credit for my return.

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Post  andrew on Sun Sep 14, 2014 8:36 pm

I apologize to Happydad if I'm stepping on his post, but for information only, some of us have been using the Lemon Rx's.  This is a full range receiver, but I've flying it in combat foamys and would use it in smaller planes.  Five for $26 with reasonable shipping (both rate and time).

This is not an HK receiver, but produced by another source. RCG has an extensive thread on this RX.

http://www.lemon-rx.com/shop/index.php?route=product/category&path=59
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For Sale re: OrangeRX versus Lemon RX DSM2 Receivers

Post  happydad on Sun Sep 14, 2014 10:27 pm

Andrew: Yes I am aware of the LemonRX type of DSM2 2.4GHz receivers and I use them as well. I was ordering a special OrangeRX receiver with built-in 3-channel stabilization using a gyro chip. I actually ordered one, but the order got messed up and HK sent me one using tiny connectors called JST or something like that instead of the standard Futaba type servo connector.
   My reason for the thread was in case others were interested in ordering the OrangeRX brand thru one person, me, since it takes so long to get the parts from the China warehouse.

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Post  andrew on Sun Sep 14, 2014 10:44 pm

happydad wrote:..........
   My reason for the thread was in case others were interested in ordering the OrangeRX brand thru one person, me, since it takes so long to get the parts from the China warehouse.

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I can fully understand .... the China HK warehouse can take a long time to arrive.  I buy batteries from the US warehouse, but have not used the HK location recently because of the time.
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Post  Aero on Mon Sep 15, 2014 9:51 am

I just bought from the US West warehouse. Took 5 days to get the parts.
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Post  microflitedude on Mon Sep 15, 2014 1:41 pm

Aero wrote:I just bought from the US West warehouse. Took 5 days to get the parts.

I should try that sometime. My latest order arrived today, after I had forgotten about it. (placed the order back in early June  Shocked ) At least everything was in there, including one of the Orange receivers, a 6 channel full range that I'm planning to use in an OS10 powered mini stick. If it works, it will be a great buy for only 12 bucks. I have a couple of the first generation units also, but be careful. I temporarily lost signal on a 60" foam parkflyer with one. It's worth it to buy a satellite extension.

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Post  Waffleman on Mon Sep 15, 2014 1:48 pm

I had a brownout on a 80mph Funjet using one of those Lemon RXs. Good thing the throttle was low, and it was going away from the people! I got control back after a couple of seconds.

So somebody finally put a real engine on one of those E-flite stiks... Nice! I might have to acquire one for my AP .09!
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Post  pkrankow on Mon Sep 15, 2014 3:22 pm

Waffleman wrote:I had a brownout on a 80mph Funjet using one of those Lemon RXs. Good thing the throttle was low, and it was going away from the people! I got control back after a couple of seconds.

I have heard similar stories from several people. Great unit for slow fly operation, not so great for high speed or expensive. I have a couple of the satellite rx units to see how they are, but I have not had chance to try them yet.

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