Multiplex Receiver Rx-9-Dr M-Link 2.4 Ghz 55812

Multiplex Receiver Rx-9-Dr M-Link 2.4 Ghz 55812

Brand: Multiplex

Part Number: MPX55812

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High-quality seven-channel / nine-channel receivers exploiting MULTIPLEX 2.4 GHz M-LINK technology. These receivers utilise the latest SMT construction, and are suitable for all types of model. Their compact dimensions and in-line connector arrangement allow them to fit even in models with limited internal space. These receivers feature two complete receiving circuits operating in parallel (receiver diversity). In conjunction with a special signal amplification circuit this ensures very high sensitivity, excellent reception quality and maximum effective system range.

  • HOLD / FAIL-SAFE function
  • Telemetry / Feedback channel capability
  • Integral sensor interface for connecting external sensor modules (max. 16)
  • Prepared for dual-receiver diversity operation (diversity lead # 8 5070 required)
  • Integral error counter / data logger (voltage errors, signal errors)
  • MULTImate compatible
  • Integral PC interface


Servo channel count: 9
Reception system: 2.4 GHz FHSS
(Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)
Operating voltage: 3.5 V … 9.0 V
Power supply: 4 - 5 NiXX cells, 2S LiPo / LiIo
Permissible operating temperature range: - 20°C … + 55°C
Dimensions (L x W x H): approx. 55 x 35 x 11,5 mm
Weight: approx. 25 g


  • Brand: Multiplex
  • Part No: MPX55812
  • Frequency: 2.4Ghz
  • Channels: 9+ Channel

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Is it OK to connect two separate 5cell 6v NiMh batteries to each of the B/D sockets? Multiplex dr9 rx.
Asked by Stan Hanus on 6th October 2018

Yes, this should work fine.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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