Deltang Rx66 DSM2/DSMX Receiver for Land-Based Vehicles

August 2021: The Rx66 has been discontinued by Deltang; this page is retained for reference. Please take a look at this notice.


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Rx66 DSM2/DSMX 13V/18V Receiver with 4A Bi-Directional ESC

Rx66 is a 2.4GHz DSM2/DSMX receiver which includes one integrated 4A reversable controller for brushed motors (ESC) plus 11 auxiliary outputs (8xP, 3xF) for lighting, sound trigger, couplers, etc. The motor stall current must be less than or equal to the ESC current rating; this can be increased to 6A using a heatsink. The voltage range is 3V-13V in standard form or 8.5V-18v with add-on regulator. This allows the use of 1-4S LiPo, 1-5 LiFe, 3-12 NiCd/NiMH or 1 PP3.

Size:46 x 26 x 4 mm
Weight:2.2 gm
Voltage Range:3V - 13V(18V)
Max Current:4A (6A with heatsink)
wiring adds 0.5gm ~ 2gm to the bare board weight
Rx6x Receiver Features (Deltang website)
13V operation in standard form, 18V with upgraded regulator

Rx66 is available as board-only for you to add wiring or with a range of pre-wired leads / connectors. If the options below do not exactly meet your needs, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

An enormous range of programming features are provide to enable you to customise the operation of Rx66 to suit your model. See Rx66 v611 Programming (Deltang website) for full details. Access to programming is either via a stick type transmitter or using the PROG3 programmer. A selection of program setups are provided as variants (-1, -2, etc.) - view the Variants tab for details.

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Rx66 With Heatsink
Rx66 Connections
Rx66 With 4 Way Terminal And Heatsink
Rx66 With All Lead-Outs
Rx66 With Upgraded Regulator

Rx66-1Settings for 'trains' with separate controls for speed and direction
Rx66-2Train controller with centre-off throttle
Rx66-22As above but with Selecta enabled (for use with Tx22)
Rx66-3Mostly servo outputs
Rx66-4Settings for 'cars'
Rx66-6Settings for 'boats'

The default receiver setting is for the Low Voltage Cutoff (LVC) threshold to be determined from the voltage seen on initialisation - basically, the receiver firmware makes a 'guess' at the battery type. The algorithm used for this calculation means that a 9V Alkaline or NIMH battery can often be interpreted as an almost discharged 3S LiPo. The solution is to either disable LVC, or set it to the correct value for your battery; this is done by programming the receiver.

Instructions for programming receivers using your DT transmitter are at the bottom of the information leaflet that came with the transmitter.

The receiver programming steps for LVC are:

disable LVC: 7 2 1
set LVC: 7 2 3 units tenths

e.g. to set the LVC to 6.5V, the programming steps are: 7 2 3 6 5

£ 45.00

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