Description

MINI-Z EVO SANWA FH5 Receiver Conversion 4CH Receiver Module [MXO RACING] EVO-RX-SANWA-FH5

This MINI receiver module is for you to connect your EVO board to a SANWA Radio system that uses FH4 Communication.

This is the receiver for KYOSHO MR-03EVO and MA-030EVO
it can be used for sanwa transmitter that uses FH5

MX EVO RX-SANWA V2 . 15 Manual
The MX EVO RX -SANWA is a SANWA FH5 compatible ultra – miniature receiver for KYOSHO’s MR -03EVO and MA -030EVO , with an output speed of up to 2 . 6ms in EVO mode . It can work not only in EVO mode , but also in 4CH PWM standard signal mode .

Features:
Size: 10.5*10.0*3.5mm;
Weight: 0.72g;
Working voltage: 3.0V or 3.3V;
Compatible with SANWA FH5 protocol ONLY
Support EVO and 4CH PWM two working modes;
The output speed in EVO mode is 2.6ms;
The output speed in 4CH PWM mode is 5 .4ms;

Bind Operation:
Install the MX EVO RX first , then power on the receiver and press the BIND switch until the red LED on the RX changes from slow flashing to fast flashing .
Power on the transmitter , then set it to SFHSS mode (if it is already in SFHSS mode , ignore this step) , wait for a few seconds , when the LED on the receiver changes from fast flashing to steady light , it means BIND is successful and the receiver is already in normal mode .
Red LED status indication:
The red LED on the MX EVO RX is an indication of the working status of the RX:
1) When the red LED flashes slowly , it means that RX is waiting to receive a signal;
2) When the red LED flashes quickly , it means RX is in BIND mode;
3) When the red LED is always on , it means that the RX has received the signal stably .

Green LED status indication:
The green LED on the MX EVO RX is an indication of the RX operating mode:
1) When the green LED is on , it means the RX is working in EVO mode;

2) When the green LED is off , it means that the RX is working in 4CH PWM mode;

How to set up the transmitter (when MX EVO RX is used on MR -03EVO/MA -03EVO):
Because the brushless ESCs and servos on MR -03EVO/MA -03EVO cannot set the midpoint and end point , the user can only set the transmitter to adapt to the parameters of MR -03EVO/MA -03EVO . The settings are as follows:
1)TH TYPE    >   F5 : B5
2)EAP: ST >L150% R150%
TH >H150% B150%
3)D/R:  ST >100%
TH >100%
4)REV: ST >REV
TH >REV

Note: Points 2 and 3 can be adjusted according to user habits .

How the MX EVO RX works in EVO mode:
When users install MX EVO RX on KYOSHO’s MR -03EVO/MA -03EVO frame or other products that support EVO mode , MX EVO RX will work in EVO mode .
In EVO mode , when the MX EVO RX is just powered on , the LED on the RX will not flash quickly , but the green LED will light up .

Note: When using the MX EVO RX on the MR -03EVO/MA -03EVO , be sure to install it in place , otherwise you may burn it; if necessary , place the receiver compartment cover on the MR -03EVO/ MA -03EVO Add a small piece of sponge to hold down the MX EVO RX .
How the MX EVO RX works in 4CH PWM mode:
When users install MX EVO RX on EVO – BA1 or other products that support 4CH PWM mode , MX EVO RX will work in 4CH PWM mode .
In 4CH PWM mode , when the MX EVO RX is just powered on , the LED on the RX will flash several times quickly and then enter the working mode , but the green LED will be off .
The picture below shows the EVO – BA1 on the left and the EVO – BA1 with the MX EVO RX installed on the right: