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Mateksys ExpressLRS 2.4G PWM Receiver 6PWM

4.00 out of 5
(7 customer reviews)

Perfect for Gliders, Plane, and FPV Wing pilots, the ELRS-R24-P6 provides a 6xPWM output ExpressLRS receiver for use without a FC

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Description

Perfect for Gliders, Plane, and FPV Wing pilots, the ELRS-R24-P6 provides a 6xPWM output ExpressLRS receiver for use without a FC

Note this is ExpressLRS v3.0 not compatible with your V2.4 gear.

ELRS-R24-P6 Specifications

  • ESP8285, SX1281
  • Antenna connector: IPEX MHF 1
  • 6x PWM outputs
  • Support 2~8S VBat voltage sense
  • RF Frequency: 2.4GHz (2400~2480MHz)
  • Telemetry power: 12dbm
  • Receiver output protocol: PWM
  • Input voltage: 4~9V DC @ “+” pad
  • Voltage sense: 34V Max. @ “VBat” pad
  • Power dissipation: 45mA(binding), 85mA(wifi mode)
  • PCB size: 20mm x 18mm
  • Weight: 2g w/ antenna
  • Packing:
  • 1x ELRS-R24-P6
  • 1x IPEX MHF1 Antennas. 15cm
  • Dupont 2.54 pins (Board is shipped unsoldered)

Firmwares

  • ExpressLRS 3.0 or newer,   DIY 2.4 GHz / DIY 2400 RX PWMP EX
  • ExpressLRS wiki for PWM receiver, Click HERE
  • Make sure Receiver and TX module both are running ExpressLRS 3.0 or newer

Receiver has ExpressLRS 3.0 preloaded with binding phrase “123456”, the Receiver will never enter binding mode if using the traditional binding procedure.
You need to reflash it with your binding phrase OR go into WebUI to set your binding phrase.

Flashing via Wifi

  • Disconnect ESC and servos from receiver first.
  • Power on receiver by 5V source. Receiver’s LED(Red) will blink slow at first, and after 20s, it should blink fast indicating it’s on Wifi Hotspot Mode.
  • More detailed steps,  pls refer this page.
  • Target: DIY 2.4 GHz / DIY 2400 RX PWMP EX

Flashing via UART

  1. Disconnect ESC and servos from receiver first.
  2. Wire the receiver into the USB-TTL adapter, with TX on receiver connected to the Rx on the USB-TTL, and RX on receiver connected to the Tx of the USB-TTL. Wire 5V and GND of the USB-TTL to 5V and GND of the Receiver.
  3. Press the boot button while powering on the receiver, then release – the Red LED on receiver should now be solid.
  4. Select the target DIY 2.4 GHz / DIY 2400 RX PWMP EX  and  “UART” for Flashing Method,  set your bind phrase and Firmware Options and once done, click on Build and Flash.

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7 reviews for Mateksys ExpressLRS 2.4G PWM Receiver 6PWM

  1. 5 out of 5

    Simon (verified owner)

    Nice

  2. 4 out of 5

    Will (verified owner)

    Excellent price. Be aware if your new to FPV stuff, the embedded systems are far more complicated than traditional receivers so make sure you aske for help from someone in the know. Plenty of support for the product online though. Fantastic customer service. Will be purchasing from the store again!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anonymous (verified owner)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jac C. (verified owner)

    Nice small ELRS PWM receiver. Only gripe is it uses generic firmware rather than Matek specific. Was a little confusing to update the firmware cause of this. Also works well as a crfs mode receiver if you want flexibility

  6. 5 out of 5

    Graham (verified owner)

  7. 1 out of 5

    Jac Clarke (verified owner)

    Has a temperature bug which can cause a failsafe. Matek also refuses to work with the expresslrs team to fix the issue and get an official firmware for these

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