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AR9300 DSM2 9-Channel Carbon Fuselage Receiver

AR9300 DSM2 9-Channel Carbon Fuselage Receiver

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SKU:
SPMAR9300
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Spektrum''s AR9300 DSM2 9-channel receiver is designed for carbon fiber fuselage installations.  Carbon fiber can create an RF shielding effect that can significantly reduce radio range when using conventional receivers and antennas.  The AR9300 features an antenna design that overcomes RF issues in these critical environments.

Key Features:

DSM2 technology
DuaLink® technology
MultiLink
QuickConnect™ with brownout detection
Streamlined case for installation versatility
Feeder antennas offer superior RF coverage mounted on the outside of the fuselage
Molded antenna exit guides
Flight Log compatible
Preset Failsafe
Includes DVD installation and setup video
US patent 7,391,320

Spec.
Type: SPMAR9300 
No. of Channels: 9
Modulation: DSM2
Band: 2.400-2.4835GHz Resolution 2048
Length: Main: 40.82mm Remote: 30.05
Width: Main: 20.8mm Remote: 20.25mm
Height: Main: 19.25mm Remote: 7.45mm
Weight: 18.23 g
Voltage Range: 3.5-9.6V
Antenna Length: Rx: 203.2mm (2) Remote: 203.2mm (1)

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  • SKU:
    SPMAR9300
  • Brand:
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  • Capacity (mAh)
    No
  • Shipping Weight(g)
    135.00
  • Length:
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  • Width:
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  • Height
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