R6 will shortly be replaced by REX 6.
The Jeti Duplex R6 is a 6-channel receiver weighing 11 grams, with two 100mm antennae.
As with all Jeti Duplex receivers, this unit can be programmed directly via the Jeti Box, allowing channel output assignment and mixing, even when not supported by your transmitter.
Any channel can be assigned to the output pins of the R6 via the Jeti Box
and as standard with all Duplex receivers, each channel can be programmed to perform servo-slowing, end-point adjustment, gain adjustment and A/B reversing. This is particularly useful where these features are not available with your transmitter and means the Duplex receivers offer great value for money.
The R6 is compatible with all Duplex sensors
and a single Ext.
socket allows direct connection with a sensor, such as the excellent MUI 75
which amongst other things, allows monitoring of your flight pack voltage AND your current-draw during flight. Many other sensors are available allowing real-time measurements of voltages, height variations (Mvario
) and temperatures.
Note that although Duplex receivers support an input voltage of 3.2-8.4V, this voltage is not regulated. If you are using a speed-controller with built-in BEC, this is not a problem, however if you are using a separate power-supply for your receiver and servos, please ensure that the input voltage to the R6 is appropriate for your servos.
The R6 requires a Duplex Transmitter Module
All Duplex receivers support a Clone mode
, which can be programmed from the Jeti Box. Cloning allows a redundant receiver to be configured in your models and is particularly powerful when used in tandem with the Enlink 2RS intelligent switch
, which provides redundant signals and power-supply to the attached servos.
Cloning can also be used to add more channels to your model. This is achieved by having a receiver in Normal mode and another receiver in clone mode. The receiver operating in clone mode should have its output pins programmed such that they are staggered across the input channels, i.e. Output pin 1 should be mapped to input channel <n>+1, where <n> is the number of channels of the receiver operating in normal mode. The receiver operating in clone mode need not have the same number of channels as the receiver operating in normal mode. For example the R6 could be used with an R5 to provide a total of 11 channels.
The R6 comes complete with Bind Plug. The binding process for Duplex receivers is very simple: -
– Insert the bind plug into the Ext
. socket of the receiver
– Switch on the receiver or connect your Rx battery
– Switch on the Transmitter
– Binding will be confirmed by a short beep (low-tone following by high-tone)
With 24-month warranty.