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JR XG6 6通道2.4GHz的DMSS变送器瓦特/ RG631B接收机(模式2)

JR XG6 6通道2.4GHz的DMSS变送器瓦特/ RG631B接收机(模式2)

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DMSS™(双调制频谱系统)是完全由JR®收音机,提供高速响应和对RF噪声高阻抗开发了一种创新的2.4GHz传输协议。 6通道JR XG6无线电控制系统包括正版JR频系统的所有优点,加上对作出JR品牌著名,因为它是由一些世界领先的飞机,直升机和滑翔机飞行员研制的那种传说中的高端软件关注。

随着XG6发射器,你会得到真正的JR技术在带有集成遥测基本的6通道发射机的所有优点;世界第一了一个6通道发射机。接收器电压自带加起来如温度,转速,高度,变仪和飞行包电压另外五个遥测功能选项标准。有在您的指尖这一重要信息,将帮助你获得更多的RC飞行。所包含的全频JR RG631B接收器使用组合远程天线/遥测模块(RA-01L),并配有绑定的过程,比以前更简单。

内置轻便,高抓地性能XG6发射器功能的20型号的内存,再加上一个micro SD卡插槽的奖金,使您可以轻松地备份你的飞机设置几乎无限的可能性,包括未来的固件和软件更新功能。下其独特的造型,在XG6发射机需要的基本飞行,以及你从竞争级系统,直觉的水平传奇JR收音机预期复杂的所有编程。

* DMSS技术与JR DSM的Spektrum或DSM2或DSMX设备兼容。

主要特征:
•高速拍摄的性能DMSS™系统
•全遥测接收与电压标准功能;可选配遥测传感器
•重量轻,高抓地力,扁平的机身设计
•高分辨率图形液晶显示器
•简单的3D操控旋钮输入
•复杂的编程,包括飞行模式
•先进的数字微调和触摸选择功能
•省电技术

发射器规格
通道:6
调制方式:DMSS
频段:2.4GHz的
接收器:RG631B 6声道全频接收器
编程特点: 飞机,滑翔机,直升机
型号内存:20
模式: 模式 2
发射机电池:4×AA电池(必填)

接收器规格:
型号:RG631B
类型: 全系列接收器
通道:6
调制方式:DMSS
频段:2.4GHz的
长度:46.5毫米
宽度:20毫米
身高:12.5毫米
重量:9克
电压范围:4.5V〜8.5V
天线长度:150mm

  • SKU 422000002
  • Brand -
  • 容量(mAh) -
  • 重量 1500.0000
  • 长度 370.00
  • 150.00
  • 高度 340.00
  • JR XG Series Radio

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The first thing that draws your attention after unpacking is the smell of plastic, but it disappears rather quickly. The plastic shell looks quite solid and firm. Transmitter with installed batteries hangs strictly horizontally which reduces the risk of an accidental grazing of the throttle stick and eliminates the need for using counterweight or modification bracket. Its quite comfortable to keep the transmitter in hands, and you can feel that the ergonomics was thoroughly worked at, although these feelings can be subjective.The switches are of high quality. They are firmly fixed in their positions, but at the same time they can be easily turned. The power switch is recessed into the shell and it can be turned with some effort. The transmitter has a large readable screen of a low resolution (its diagonal is 3 inches). When you turn off the transmitter it shows a smoothly fading brand logo. It was a nice surprise to see that the back cover is not connected to the motherboard with wires, as all the connectors are attached to the front cover or the board, which is attached to the front cover. Inside, we find that the assembly looks thoroughly made. There are no dirty fingerprints, excess solder, flux residues, on the circuit boards. Only a small drop of solder hangs on gimbal (we can forgive the assemblers this). By default, there is a ratchet spring for helicopters in

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The first thing that draws your attention after unpacking is the smell of plastic, but it disappears rather quickly. The plastic shell looks quite solid and firm. Transmitter with installed batteries hangs strictly horizontally which reduces the risk of an accidental grazing of the throttle stick and eliminates the need for using counterweight or modification bracket. Its quite comfortable to keep the transmitter in hands, and you can feel that the ergonomics was thoroughly worked at, although these feelings can be subjective.The switches are of high quality. They are firmly fixed in their positions, but at the same time they can be easily turned. The power switch is recessed into the shell and it can be turned with some effort. The transmitter has a large readable screen of a low resolution (its diagonal is 3 inches). When you turn off the transmitter it shows a smoothly fading brand logo. It was a nice surprise to see that the back cover is not connected to the motherboard with wires, as all the connectors are attached to the front cover or the board, which is attached to the front cover. Inside, we find that the assembly looks thoroughly made. There are no dirty fingerprints, excess solder, flux residues, on the circuit boards. Only a small drop of solder hangs on gimbal (we can forgive the assemblers this). By default, there is a ratchet spring for helicopters in

The first thing that draws your attention after unpacking is the smell of plastic, but it disappears rather quickly. The plastic shell looks quite solid and firm.

Transmitter with installed batteries hangs strictly horizontally which reduces the risk of an accidental grazing of the throttle stick and eliminates the need for using counterweight or modification bracket. Its quite comfortable to keep the transmitter in hands, and you can feel that the ergonomics was thoroughly worked at, although these feelings can be subjective.
The switches are of high quality. They are firmly fixed in their positions, but at the same time they can be easily turned. The power switch is recessed into the shell and it can be turned with some effort.
The transmitter has a large readable screen of a low resolution (its diagonal is 3 inches). When you turn off the transmitter it shows a smoothly fading brand logo.

It was a nice surprise to see that the back cover is not connected to the motherboard with wires, as all the connectors are attached to the front cover or the board, which is attached to the front cover.
Inside, we find that the assembly looks thoroughly made. There are no dirty fingerprints, excess solder, flux residues, on the circuit boards. Only a small drop of solder hangs on gimbal (we can forgive the assemblers this). By default, there is a ratchet spring for helicopt

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

The first thing that draws your attention after unpacking is the smell of plastic, but it disappears rather quickly. The plastic shell looks quite solid and firm.

Transmitter with installed batteries hangs strictly horizontally which reduces the risk of an accidental grazing of the throttle stick and eliminates the need for using counterweight or modification bracket. Its quite comfortable to keep the transmitter in hands, and you can feel that the ergonomics was thoroughly worked at, although these feelings can be subjective.
The switches are of high quality. They are firmly fixed in their positions, but at the same time they can be easily turned. The power switch is recessed into the shell and it can be turned with some effort.
The transmitter has a large readable screen of a low resolution (its diagonal is 3 inches). When you turn off the transmitter it shows a smoothly fading brand logo.

It was a nice surprise to see that the back cover is not connected to the motherboard with wires, as all the connectors are attached to the front cover or the board, which is attached to the front cover.
Inside, we find that the assembly looks thoroughly made. There are no dirty fingerprints, excess solder, flux residues, on the circuit boards. Only a small drop of solder hangs on gimbal (we can forgive the assemblers this). By default, there is a ratchet spring for helicopt

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