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Happy model ExpressLRS ELRS EPW6 900MHz 6CH PWM RC Receiver


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Default firmware version: Express LRS v2.0
Firmware target:
DIY_900_RX_PWMP(Factory default firmware), PWM receiver via 1~6 PWM outputs
HappyModel_RX_ES900_RX, CRSF Serial receiver via TX and RX
Firmware update via UART or WIFI
Bind Procedure:
1.Supply power to the EPW6 RX, wait until the Green LED on the RX
is off, immediately turn off the power, and then repeat again the above steps.
When the RX is powered on for the third time, the Green LED light will
start to double-flash, which means that the RX enters the binding mode
2.Get into menu of ELRS.LUA V2.0 version from your radio transmitter and
then press BIND, the Green LED on the RX module will getting
to be solid if bind
Receiver LED status meanings:
LED solid means bind successful or Connection established;
LED double-flash means in bind mode; LED flash slowly means no signal
connection from the TX module; LED flash fast means in WIFI hotspot mode,
you can connect the WIFI of the RX and upgrade firmware of the RX via
visit 10.0.0.1 from the web browser(password: expresslrs)
Product Details

Item: Happy model EPW6 900MHz pwm receiver
ESP8285, SX1276
Antenna connector: IPEX MHF 1/U.FL
6x PWM outputs
RF Frequency: 868MHz(EU), 915MHz(FCC)
Telemetry power: <17dbm
Receiver protocol: PWM or CRSF
Input voltage: +5V DC @ "+" pad
PCB size: 18.5mm x 16mm
Weight: 1 g without antenna
EPW6-900MHZ
Happy model Express LRS ELRS EPW6 900MHz 6CH PWM RC Receiver For Fixed-wing Airplane
Happy model Express LRS ELRS EPW6 900MHz 6CH PWM RC Receiver For Fixed-wing Airplane
Happy model Express LRS ELRS EPW6 900MHz 6CH PWM RC Receiver For Fixed-wing Airplane
Happy model Express LRS ELRS EPW6 900MHz 6CH PWM RC Receiver For Fixed-wing Airplane
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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 23 January, 2022.

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