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Old 01-08-2009, 06:15 AM   #1
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anyone tried binding the spektrum SR300 with REACT?
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Yeah, its gets old, but at least it can do it. Plus the spektrum micro receivers are awesomely small.
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does anyone knows whether the SR300 runs on DSM or DSM2?

the RX is small and can fit most application unlike REACT transreceiver.

has anyone bound their REACT with the above rx?
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the sr300 is a regular dsm receiver, just at a super low price
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does anyone knows whether the SR300 runs on DSM or DSM2?

the RX is small and can fit most application unlike REACT transreceiver.

has anyone bound their REACT with the above rx?

Nomadio website has a forum on the React product page. http://www.nomadio.net


I updated the firmware to the new beta version on my radio. There is now an option for dsm so Spektrum micro receivers and airtronics and a lot of others will work now by the looks of things.
There are a few posts talking about exactly what u ask. They mentioned the Spektrum Micro receiver as being compatible but im unsure of the model number. Unfortunately though u lose the telemetry and speed of the Nomadio tranceiver when you use other receivers.
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Old 01-30-2009, 06:28 AM   #6
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Nomadio Is still selling RC stuff??
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Old 01-30-2009, 10:14 PM   #7
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Nomadio website has a forum on the React product page. http://www.nomadio.net


I updated the firmware to the new beta version on my radio. There is now an option for dsm so Spektrum micro receivers and airtronics and a lot of others will work now by the looks of things.
There are a few posts talking about exactly what u ask. They mentioned the Spektrum Micro receiver as being compatible but im unsure of the model number. Unfortunately though u lose the telemetry and speed of the Nomadio tranceiver when you use other receivers.
yup... once you upgrade to the beta firmware, the REACT can bind with spektrum receiver under DSM mode.

but its only for DSM 1 and you can't bind with DSM 2 spektrum rx i believe.

one thing for sure, nomadio radio is rather flexible IMHO compared to other radio. i am a weekend basher so its excellent for my usage.
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Nomadio Is still selling RC stuff??
i believe they are still selling. at least i am aware that it still sells in my country

but due to NOMADIO's main focus is on military contracts, they only produce in limited numbers for RC enthusiasts

great radio though but build quality (i.e. plastic housing) can be improved.

i suppose if the US military are cutting down on budgets, there is a chance nomadio MAY switch focus to commoners like us for our RC fun
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anyway, i got meself a SR300 from ebay.... waiting anxiously for the Rx to arrive. its DSM1 so it should bind (fingers crossed)

will keep you guys posted once it arrive.........
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just an update to all.

received my sr300 and the REACT can bind with SR300 rx.

happy.................
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Yeah, its gets old, but at least it can do it. Plus the spektrum micro receivers are awesomely small.
Yup, like I said, it can do it, but I hate have to deal with the notice screen that it is in Beta version when it is bound to Spektrum receivers.
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good info. Just picked up some of the SR300's because of this. couldn't complain for $25 bucks each new.
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Where are you getting them for $25? Amain has them for twice that.
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go to tiltedrc. They have 2 in stock right now, and it looks like you may be able to back order them.
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They're mine now. Thanks; I had never used tiltedrc before but they have terrific pricing.
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