Compatible with both air and surface Futaba 2.4Ghz FASST transmitters, the Corona R6FA offers an affordable alternative for Futaba radio users.
Operating Voltage: 3.6~10V
Operating Current: 50ma max
7mS for high speed PPM (HS), 14mS for low speed PPM (LS) @ FASST multi-channel mode
8ms for high speed PPM (HS), 16mS for low speed PPM (LS) @ FASST 7ch mode
14ms @ FASST surface system C1 CODE mode (without high speed mode)
Sensitivity: ~ -100dBm
Fail Safe: Yes (See manual in files tab)
Antenna length: 142mm
FUTABA FASST 2.4GHz air and surface transmitters:
3PM, 3PKS, 3VCS, 3GR, 4PK(S), TM7, TM8, TM10, TM14, T6EX-2.4G, 7C-2.4G, 8FG, 10CG, 12FG.
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works perfect with my 8fg and is simple to bindhave not flown this yet, but after going through the tricky binding process, and getting it bound, was able too get servo's moving! bound too my FUTABA T10c
looks too be of good quality!
note: the ground is towards the back side! only tell tell is the futaba tang on the case!My experience has been very upsetting. I just used it twice on a brand new model. First flight went OK, but during the second the receiver failed. I was applying elevator and aileron to head my runway and it never responded. The result is that my new airplane with all its new equipment is on the top of a tree in the middle of the forest and I don't know if I'll be able to recover it. The lesson that I've learnt: not to trust this kind of stuff but the original one. Saving 30 or 40$ is not worth in comparison with the inconvenience that a bad receiver can cause.I bought 2 of these receivers and when binding 1 of them took 10 seconds to bind and it works great, good range and no problems. The other one however won't bind. The red light blinks every second at a steady rate. Anybody else have that problem?instant link with my Futaba T14 SG, but be sure to select: "7 ch" during linking process in "system" sectionI have several and the all work great!! Why pay tripple if this works greatElime geti, denedim, harika sonu verdi.. Yalniz ters takmayin, yanar..I put this Rx in my 15 year old sailplane (fiberglas, no carbon) and noticed that when the battery failsafe on the 12fg was on the servos jerked every couple seconds. turning battery failsafe off fixed the issue. though it's great value for the money the range was less than half of what a fut 6108 gave me on that plane. at about 600-800ft the plane went briefly into failsafe which is an indicator for weak signal reception. unless you're flying a 3m ship like me a mile downwind at tree top level that should not be a big deal. I subtracted a crown each for the battery failsafe issue and the range, otherwise I would not have any problems used that Rx in a smaller plane.anda exelente con mi futaba 10cg voy a comprar mas!!!Its fantastic, now you can have a compatible futaba receptor 2.4, for 1/3 part of price of the original one