Nrobe189 yes it binds to the Turnigy9XV2 (The complete one with the module). If your Turnigy9XV2 came with a receiver then this little receiver will work with it. Also this receiver has a built in fail safe.
*Sergei. Thanks for your reply, however, it doesn't answer my questions. I have dug in now, and don't think that I will be able to get my project work with the GT2B receiver, so let me ask my final question first: is there a receiver compatible with the GT2B transmitter that carries the PPM signal?
Let me elaborate what I did so far:
What I need is the PPM signal, which is basically all servo pulses time-multiplexed on a single wire. Most receiver carry such a signal* google "hack RC receiver" if you are interested. I need this for interfacing with an arduino, where I do not have sufficient free pins. "Hacking" a receiver refers to soldering a wire to a pin in the circuitry of the receiver so to get access to this PPM signal. I have by now determined that the HK-GT2B receiver does NOT have the PPM output (the usual place for this is the signal pin of the battery port, but that port appears to be unconnected). After playing with an oscilloscope for a bit, I could not identify any place in the circuit that carries PPM. There is one chip that awfully looks like the usual shift register, but I think it's a GAL, and I don't know what happens inside it. It's not the usual CMOS shift register solution.
Stephan very cool. This PPM thing does confuse me but the Turnigy9XV2 and its receiver does state it is PPM (and not PCM). Could you have a look and see if that is what you need. Me I am still getting my head around S Bus!
Does this receiver output the PPM signal?
If not, has anyone hacked it to do so?
If not, is there a receiver compatible with the HK-GT2B transmitter that outputs PPM?
Thanks in advance.
Elop no this receiver is compatible with Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx & Rx V2 (Mode 2) (SKU: HK-T6A-M2). The only spare for the HK6S is HobbyKing HK6DF 6 Channel 2.4ghz Channel Receiver (SKU: HK6DFRX). If you need to reduce the size try removing the case and heat shrink wrap it!
Nice compact rx. Runs fine off a 4.8V ni-cd pack. Binds easily with the GT2 transmitter, although I did feel I needed an extra hand to press the bind button while powering on the tx. All is good and works great! Will buy 2 more to kit out my entire "fleet".
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Seems to be identical to other brands like FlySky, ... I've tested it successfully w/ a GT-3 Tx, available elsewhere (equipped w/ the actual v3 tx-module).
I have two of these little buggers already and have now ordered two more. The Rx is basically made for car/boats, but can under certain circumstances be used for small planes on a small field and no bystanders (only one antenna). The antenna is 26mm as stated in the RX specs. but the cord is totally 180mm, which makes it easy get the antenna position right. Right price too. Now we are waiting for HK GT-3!!!!
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I have found that the HK GT2 works well I compared it with a 3 channel eurgle receiver they both have about the same range or apox 290 metre I would not take it pass this as they both lost signal at 300 metres and i found the HK GT2 slightly better so at the price I think they are pretty good value for small park flyers.I paid about $8 for the Eurgle from R2 hobbys,will be getting more soon.