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DSM2 Compatible Parkflyer 2.4Ghz Receiver (V2.0)

DSM2 Compatible Parkflyer 2.4Ghz Receiver (V2.0)

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RA61E
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Compatible with all Spektrum DSM2 transmitters only.
This will work with ANY Spektrum DSM2 2.4Ghz transmitter
Receiver has the same functions as an AR6110

Key features.

Super lightweight 4.4 grams
DSM2 technology
Compatible with DSM/2 aircraft radio and modules
6 channels
Horizontal pin connectors
Short 30mm antennas for mounting in most planes or Heli.
Compact design 40mm x 19mm x 9mm
Voltage Range: 3.5-9.6V
Single Chip design, range limited to parkfly only.

RX Power & servo polarity as shown in image, incorrect connection may give the impression of a receiver fault, where no actual fault exists, if in doubt, re-bind using the correct polarity.

NOTE* This is not a Spektrum receiver.
The Spektrum and DSM2 brand are trademarks of Horizon Hobbies USA.
For original Spektrum receivers please visit your local hobby store.

 For better range and a more robust link we recommend the OrangeRx 6Ch ORNG6.

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  • SKU RA61E
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  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 37.0000
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Tolle Reichweite

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funktioniert sehr gut

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Tolle Reichweite

toller Preis

funktioniert sehr gut

This looks like the same Rx HK was marketing from 1-2 years ago, these are pretty good and for 5 bucks I don't know how they can make them for that price.

Be aware I did have 1 malfunction out of 5 purchased, brand new, and never used. I put it in a Stryker and the plane was acting nervous and finally became a lawn dart, luckily the plane was easily hot glued back together. The final analysis was that the Rx would not range check, and I mean at a distance of 10' to 15'-yes that close. If I would have range checked from the start I would have found this and saved some hot glue.

Anyway folks that button on the back of your radio is not just only for binding Rx's!! Make sure you range check your Rx's, it may save some griefVinny

some grief-Vinny

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This looks like the same Rx HK was marketing from 1-2 years ago, these are pretty good and for 5 bucks I don't know how they can make them for that price.

Be aware I did have 1 malfunction out of 5 purchased, brand new, and never used. I put it in a Stryker and the plane was acting nervous and finally became a lawn dart, luckily the plane was easily hot glued back together. The final analysis was that the Rx would not range check, and I mean at a distance of 10' to 15'-yes that close. If I would have range checked from the start I would have found this and saved some hot glue.

Anyway folks that button on the back of your radio is not just only for binding Rx's!! Make sure you range check your Rx's, it may save some griefVinny

some grief-Vinny

Once I burned the receiver Spektrum AR6115e which I bought for $ 45. I was very upset. I bought a receiver from Hobby City DSM2 Compatible Parkflyer 2.4Ghz Receiver is almost 10 times cheaper than the original. When was bought by the receiver, I decided to insert it into the original housing of the receiver Spektrum AR6115e. About a miracle! Receiver Spektrum AR6115e for $ 45 and receiver DSM2 Compatible Parkflyer 2.4Ghz Receiver were completely identical. There are no differences on the location of parts on the board and no differences at all. The receiver is ideally entered into the body of a blown receiver. The receiver is more than a year for over a year flying in pylon race. Twice I took the second place in the competition.

It creates the question, why pay more for the same thing. Hobby King - you are my love!

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Once I burned the receiver Spektrum AR6115e which I bought for $ 45. I was very upset. I bought a receiver from Hobby City DSM2 Compatible Parkflyer 2.4Ghz Receiver is almost 10 times cheaper than the original. When was bought by the receiver, I decided to insert it into the original housing of the receiver Spektrum AR6115e. About a miracle! Receiver Spektrum AR6115e for $ 45 and receiver DSM2 Compatible Parkflyer 2.4Ghz Receiver were completely identical. There are no differences on the location of parts on the board and no differences at all. The receiver is ideally entered into the body of a blown receiver. The receiver is more than a year for over a year flying in pylon race. Twice I took the second place in the competition.

It creates the question, why pay more for the same thing. Hobby King - you are my love!

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