RX2SIM - Wireless on the simulator! No more annoying and too short cables between transmitter and RC simulator.
With the RX2SIM you are able to operate many well-known simulators with practically every remote control via radio. This does not require a student socket on the transmitter, only a receiver suitable for the transmitter with sufficient channels must be available.
The RX2SIM is the link between the receiver and the interface belonging to the simulator.
The RX2SIM receives the receiver signals via a patch cable (included). Single channels and all common single line receivers (PPM, Futaba S.Bus, SRXL, Spektrum DSM2/DSMX, JR DMSS) are supported.
The RX2SIM generates the corresponding student signal from the receiver signal and feeds it to the simulator interface.
In addition, the RX2SIM can also be operated as a joystick (game device). All programs that support a joystick can be controlled via the RX2SIM. This is especially useful because R/C simulators like the neXt - CGM R/C Flight Simulator, Aerofly, FMS and also many shareware simulators are controlled with a Joysick interface.
The firmware of the RX2SIM can be updated - future extensions can be easily retrofitted.
qualities The RX2SIM supports as receiver system - individual channels - PPM-Serial - Spectrum Satellite (DSM2 / DSMX) - JR DMSS Satellite - Futaba S.Bus/S.Bus2 - SRXL
PPM-Serial Output signal - Compatible with many well-known flight simulators (e.g. Phoenix R/C Pro Simulator, Real Flight R/C Flight Simulator) USB modes - Passive mode (passes a connected interface) - Joysick emulation (neXt - CGM R/C Flight Simulator, Aerofly, Heli-X, FMS, and many more) - USB2SYS interface emulation (connects BEASTX devices to the PC)
Technical Specifications Operating voltage: 3.8V - 6.0V (Typical 5V) Compatible operating systems: Windows, LINUX and MAC Dimensions (LxWxH): 92 x 42 x 20mm Weight: 32g
scope of supply - RX2SIM USB Interface - USB extension - patch cable - Instructions DE/ENG