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Old 05-05-2006, 07:38 PM   #16
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How short can you cut a Spektrum receiver wire? I have mine just wadded up with a zip tie and can drive down my entire street with losing a signal. I have it extended on my nitro car because the track is bigger though.[/QUOTE]
3.6 per the manual. I cut mine and routed it flat on the chassis under my servo. No problems yet.
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Old 05-06-2006, 03:47 AM   #17
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Hi, has anyone had any pairing issues with the JR X756 spektrum module, or can even get it to work? ( I know it is meant for the JR-1)
We have tried to get the module working on the X-756 without any success. anyone out there using a 756 with Spektrum?
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Old 01-12-2007, 07:11 AM   #18
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I have resolved the compatibility problem of the "SPM1001 DSM 3-Channel Series Surface System: R-1" with jr x-756 2 stick version radio. I have placed an electrolitic capacitor of 470 uF between contact that carry PPM signal and 1 Kohm resistor of PPM pin on PCB of jr-x756 radio, where RF module is placed. The capacitor reduce noise in moment of radio startup. This is a high pass filter, it filters the dc component from microprocessor.

Actually i'm using spektrum module on jr x-756 radio.

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