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RC Equipments => Electric Power => Topic started by: me-my-parts on January 04, 2010, 11:29:28 PM



Title: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: me-my-parts on January 04, 2010, 11:29:28 PM
Hi all,

I hav gotta problem for you all.
Once when i was working with my electronics suddenly my reciver stopped recieving and the servo's started to heat up. Theni tried to open the reciever and figure out the problem but could not spot any can you all help me this.

It'll be great of you to help. :thumbsup:

rgrds,
SUMIT


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: Rao on January 04, 2010, 11:42:55 PM
Sumit,
the SMD components made servicing electronics repairs of any device beyond any average technician.Even simple soldering requires special soldering station.Most of the times it is cheaper to replace than repair.
Regards
Rao.


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: me-my-parts on January 05, 2010, 12:03:44 AM
Thanx rao,

i don't want to spend much on my electronics now so can you suggest me a site that offers lowest cost for 35MHZ reciever.

rgrds,
SUMIT


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: Rao on January 05, 2010, 12:18:07 AM
Sorry friend.I have not the faintest idea.
Regards
Rao


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: Rao on January 05, 2010, 02:04:17 AM
It seems you are lucky friend.Just now I saw that an FM, 8Ch 35MHz CARONA Synthesized receiver is available at Indian Hobbies.com at a very attractive price of Rs.1,650-00 + VAT + Shipping. I am getting one for myself but in 72MHz frequency. :D
good Luck,
Rao.


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: anwar on January 05, 2010, 03:01:30 AM
Please post a link to the product being proposed.


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: Rao on January 05, 2010, 12:02:36 PM
Anwar Sahib,
I don't know how to insert a link in a post.
The product is 72MHz CORONA synthesized 8 Ch FM, Auto Shift Rx available at indianhobbies.com.
Regards,
Rao.

72 Mhz Synthesized Reciever 8Ch Futaba/JR
Rs.1,650/-
Synthesized Dual Conversion Receiver
Type   RP8D1
Size   36X18.7X8.2
Weight   9.2g
Range   >1.5km/4900ft
Selectivity   8 kHz at 65 dBdown
Number of Channel   1-8
Filtering   DSP
Intermediate Frequency   10.7MHZ
IP3   +10dBm


* Compatible with both Futaba & JR transmitters.



 You can switch the frequency freely with the RP8D1 8CH dual conversion synthesized receiver.
● The 'one button' function makes it extremely easy to change frequency.
● Despite the small size, the receiving range reaches as far as 1 mile (depending on environments)
● The dual ceramic IF filters ensure ultra narrow selectivity, and can reject adjacent channel interference effectively.
● The RP8D1 can identify the shift polarity of the transmitter (Futaba, JR) automatically.
● DAP technology filters noise intelligently and eliminates glitches effectively.
● Failsafe function to put servos in a predetermined position in case of lost signal reception.

Add to Cart:


Model: corona-72synth
Shipping Weight: 0.25 kgs


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: anwar on January 05, 2010, 12:04:52 PM
I don't know how to insert a link in a post.

Just paste the URL.  The forum will automatically make it "clickable" !  I can look it up, but would rather have you do it that you can use it in future also  :)


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: Rao on January 05, 2010, 01:13:00 PM
Here is the link.
http://indianhobbies.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5_36&products_id=217


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: anwar on January 05, 2010, 01:18:30 PM
The 35Mhz one seems sold out currently :

http://indianhobbies.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5_36&products_id=219

You can check with Indian Hobbies if they are getting fresh stock.

If not, you can order from other places like HobbyCity :

http://hobbyking.com/hobbycity/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=6498&Product_Name=Corona_Synthesized_Dual-Conv_Receiver_6Ch_35Mhz

http://hobbyking.com/hobbycity/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=6441&Product_Name=Corona_Synthesized_Dual-Conv_Receiver_8Ch_35Mhz


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: Rao on January 05, 2010, 01:27:57 PM
Thanks for the tip about inserting a hot link. I have been wondering for a while about how it could be done. Strangely it never occurred to me that I could always ask you. ;D


Title: Re: How to test a reciever for problem and how to fix any problem.
Post by: jerry on January 09, 2010, 11:48:33 PM
Did you check your esc?