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RC Receiver

01/12/2012 3:13 AM

Hi all, I am making one RC plane.

I do have TX i.e. 35MHz

But the problem is that Rx I am having is two wired out put for brushed motor.

I want to make Rx for three phase brushless motor.

How to go for it?

I do have only basic idea of electronics.

Please help me out, thank you!

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Re: RC Receiver

01/12/2012 6:36 AM

The RX recieves instructions from the TX transmitter and has 3 wires per port positive negative and signal.

A motor controller or ESC can be brushed or brushless.

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Re: RC Receiver

01/12/2012 8:06 AM

Save yourself a lot of trouble. Buy it.

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Re: RC Receiver

01/12/2012 8:17 AM
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Re: RC Receiver

01/12/2012 9:42 AM
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Re: RC Receiver

01/12/2012 10:03 PM

Whaaaah! A competition!

Need to post a backlink over there now...

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Re: RC Receiver

01/13/2012 1:53 AM

above is my receiver

so the RX used is TMX RX-2B

i want to redesign this circuit with 3 v power supply i dont know how to do that

DATA SHEET OF IC

here is TX

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Re: RC Receiver

01/13/2012 6:05 AM

It sounds as if you have an integrated receiver/ESC combination. Now it is simply not worth thinking about building your own Rx if you are hazy on electronics. The likelihood of its failing is very high, and you will lose the model, and possibly damage something or injure somebody.
Go to the model shop or on eBay. Get yourself a 35 MHz receiver, and the appropriate Rx crystal to match your Tx frequency, and a brushless-type ESC to match the current requirement for your brushless motor.

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Re: RC Receiver

01/13/2012 11:11 AM

I agree ..more or less..

Dump this ... http://pro-radio.ru/user/uploads/126799.pdf

buy this
Cheap 2.4 ghz ... NO CRYSTALS.
http://www.giantcod.co.uk/gianitcod-24ghz-4channel-mode2-transmitter-p-403779.html

and a brushless ESC.

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Re: RC Receiver

01/13/2012 8:34 AM

Ohhh geeee, a RC model airplane painted with Taliban markings! A cheap drone....

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Re: RC Receiver

01/15/2012 11:49 PM

thanks all for help i will soon post my RC plane pics

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