Admiral RX600SP 6-Channel DSMX™ Compatible Receiver with Stability Plus Gyro
Admiral RX600SP DSMX™ Compatible 6-Channel Receiver with Stability Plus Gyro and Diversity Antenna
These Admiral DSMX™ compatible stabilized gyro receiver is manufactured by Lemon with custom firmware for Motion RC. Motion RC has drastically simplified the stabilizer programming functions and gyro functionality. This Admiral 6 channel receiver features a built in gyro for stabilization and a diversity antenna for better range and the most reliable coverage for your model.
The gyro mode can easily be changed remotely from your radio even without using a channel. The Motion RC firmware allows the gyro-receiver to work with 6 channel radios flying 6 channel planes while still retaining the ability to remotely change the gyro mode from the radio without taking an extra channel. The available gyro modes are off, stability, or stability plus. Any two of these three modes can be controlled remotely - you simply pick which of the two modes you want available. The default modes are stability and stability plus. The stability mode functions like the normal 3 axis gyro we are all familiar with. Stability plus mode fully utilizes the 6 axis gyro with a "Panic Recovery" feature. For those with an 8+ channel radio, we've now added the ability to control the master gain from your radio using AUX3.
Motion RC picked the best receivers on the market and worked with the manufacturer to make them even better. These receivers are an excellent value for RC pilots with the reliability and performance that Lemon receivers are known for in the hobby.
- This is not a Spektrum™ DSMX™ product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum™ DSMX™ product.
- Admiral receivers are designed to be compatible with Spektrum's™ DSMX™ product.
- The Spektrum™ and DSMX™ brands are a trademark of Horizon Hobby, Inc.
- NOTE: This RX600SP 6-Channel Receiver is not compatible with the Admiral DSMX™ Compatible Satellite Receiver with Diversity Antenna.
- Fully compatible with Spektrum™ DSMX™ products
- Manufactured by Lemon, a receiver manufacturer with a great reputation for value, reliability and performance
- "Panic Recovery" can stabilize your plane - from any attitude - to get your model back to straight and level flight
- Full range 6 channel receiver with gyro and diversity antenna for exceptional range and reliability
- Admiral RX600SP 6-Channel Receiver with 6-axis Stabilizer Plus and Diversity Antenna
- Bind Plug
- 2 sided tape for easy installation
- Any Spektrum™ DSMX™ Compatible Full Range Radio - Select a minimum 6 channel Spektrum™ compatible radio from our Radio Collection
Number of Channels
Modulation / Protocol
|Dimensions (L x W x H)|
37.4 x 27.6 x 9mm
Product Questions & AnswersNOTE: Questions submitted on this page are answered by customers who have previously purchased this item. If you have a support related question that requires immediate assistance, please visit our Help Center.
- January 28, 2019 - Disregard the notice in the Quick Start Guide above concering placing this unit inverted. The Admiral RX600SP will NOT work inverted. This device is meant to be mounted right side up only.
- August 17, 2018 - If you have been experiencing setup issues with the Admiral RX600SP the following is advice that should be of help: To calibrate the gyro sensor, please put the stabilizer PLUS on the table and power it on (absolutely still, no people jumping around, no wire movement…etc. slight vibration will cause gyro calibration failure indicated by the red LED flashes twice). The gyro will calibrate automatically at the time when power is provided. Within 2 seconds you should see the LED flashes twice. Green flashes twice means calibration is OK while red flashes twice means calibration failed due to movement.
- June 1, 2018 - This receiver has no port for a satellite as that section of the receiver has the mode button in it's place.
- January 18, 2018 - The most common installation has the Stabilizer Plus upright in the aircraft (i.e. on a surface that is horizontal when the model is in normal level flight attitude). The long axis of the unit must be aligned with the flight direction and the servo connectors should be to the rear of the aircraft. Also, if you have a 7+ channel radio, you can use the BIND/AUX2 port as a fully functional 7th channel with the gyro on or off.
If you need any additional assistance, please visit the Motion RC Help Center
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**IMPORTANT** Engaging recovery mode requires the Gear channel to read a signal of -105 with -100 being standard gyro flight. I watched Pilot Ryan & Captain Mike's YouTube tutorial to help get mine started, and couldn't get the Recovery Mode to work. They say to set up a mix with values of 0 and -5. That'll work IF you've already mapped your Gear channel to a switch (if your plane has landing gear, and the servo leads are plugged into that channel), but on a little 3 or 4 channel plane, that advice in the video likely won't help a lot of folks. I scratched my head for a good 20 mins before figuring that out. I just put one of these in my 850mm Flightline P-51 Mustang, and it's the perfect fit for this plane. I'm using Combo A and additionally programmed Aux3 to a knob on my transmitter. This allows gyro, recovery, AND manual gain adjustment while flying. I really appreciate the tiny notes written on the back of this receiver - MUCH better than having to search through a number of forum threads to figure out what the little dip switches do, like I've had to with very similar units before. Recovery Mode doesn't quite do what I expect. It seems to get the plane into a shallow left turn, which I suppose is better than straight and level. Also, Recovery seems to put the plane into a good gliding attitude most times. Either way, it's a lot better than nothing, and I appreciate the feature. I do like have two different Recovery gain values to switch between. I've found the gentler green setting to be more graceful than the blue. Diversity antennae really help to give me peace of mind while I'm buzzing around. This little unit is robust and has got all the features I want. I really dig it!
tiny but good
i put one of these beauties in my tyundraand it settled her righty down
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I brought 2 of these and find that its a must have for beginner pilots
Works great, easy to set up and two in one means less weight and space. Cost effective all the way!
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Admiral RX600SP 6-Channel DSMX™ Compatible Receiver with Stability Plus Gyro
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Hi All. I recently purchased the RX600SP and have it in a Tower Foamy Hellcat. At this point I have it pretty well dialed in and just have to increase the elevator gain to compensate for a ballooning tendency on upwind runs. Once configured the product works as advertised, and I think is a good rate stabilizer for the money. Here is my constructive criticism and the reason I downgraded the product. I was trying to get it to work with an older DX7s, and the instructions and tutorial were for more recent models and flat out didn't work. The solution required two mixes much different that what was shown, and therein lies my criticism. I started with Motion tech support, and while courteous and an effort to be helpful, they quickly passed me off to Horizon when their knowledge of how to generate a 5% gear change was quickly exhausted. Horizon was also helpful, and if I think I stuck with them might have got the mixes required to produce the 5% change in the gear channel to work. While I believe it is Horizon's responsibility to try and help you get a mix to perform a function (change stab mode), it is not their responsibility to help you configure a competitor's product. I put that on Motion's shoulders. I don't expect Motion to be an expert on every Spektrum model, but they DO have a responsibility for better product knowledge. Here comes the constructive criticism and suggestion. There are two very well maintained and EXCELLENT threads on RCgroups on both the Lemon and Admiral RX600sp. Motions tech support should be monitoring these threads daily, and maintain a desktop document for phone support to be able to see similar customers problems and workable solutions. This would be helpful. To end on a positive note, once set up the product works exactly as it should, and I would recommend it and will purchase more as the need comes up. Hope you find this helpful!