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No. And I can't think of any reason why you would want 12v. Rx are usually 5-8 volts.
By Rdean7 on May 5, 2018
No it wont
By Anthony B. on April 23, 2018
Yes it will work with a Walkera transmitter, when it has been bound to the transmitter.
By Richard S. on March 28, 2018
No will not.
By Jesse R. on March 18, 2018
yes...with one channel to spear.
By Kevin B. on March 13, 2018
I haven't attempted to fly more than about 150 yards, but signal also depends on your environment and RF noise.
By DOm007 on March 2, 2018
The signal wire is closest to the labeling on top, 5v is the middle pins and ground is the 'bottom' pins.
By zeetype231 on February 15, 2018
the transmitter is powered by 8 mm which equals to 12 volts yes. The receiver is powered by 5.4 volts
By Richard Rivers on February 11, 2018
Yes I have 3 RX701s and they work great
By Gary Sambuchi on February 6, 2018
Rx601 are about two inches Rx701 are about 10 inches
By Anthony B. on February 6, 2018
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By J. D. Cooper
November 29, 2017
I have several DEVO RX701 receivers. They have worked very well in the past. Only issue I ever had was some missed bind locks when my transmitter is powered on and then I apply power to the receiver. But it doesn't happen often. Aileron and elevator sockets are reversed from most receivers so be attentive to your connections. I'm using a DEVO 7E transmitter with the receiver on a quad-copter. My transmitter is modified with deviation version 3 software. I was even able to reverse channels in mid-flight without rebooting. Product shipped faster than expected. Fair price.I would buy again.
October 11, 2017
Works just fine for my DEVO 7 radio. Plug in the BIND cord into the Battery slot, then plug in your battery into any slot and allow a few moments to erase any memory the Receiver may have. Unplug the battery and remove the BIND cord. Next turn on your radio first, then plug in the battery where it goes with a servo on one of the slots to test the binding process. If it doesn't bind the internet will have a procedure you will have to follow, it will work, sorry I didn't save the web site but search for "binding the DEVO 7" you'll find it... JP
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