72Mhz Corona Sintetizado de doble conversión del receptor 6Ch
Tire a la basura sus cristales, decir adiós a problemas técnicos! El nuevo receptor sintetizado Corona está aquí!
Esta unidad funciona con transmisores sintetizados existentes o transmisores de cristal. De hecho, la exactitud de este receptor mejorará el rendimiento de todos los transmisores de cristal 72MHz.
La nueva tecnología poner en la serie de receptores sintetizado Coron es verdaderamente excepcional y sin duda hará pensar dos veces acerca de la actualización a un 2,4 GHz más caro.
Tamaño: 36,8 * 22 * 8.3mm
Peso: 8,2 g (con envoltura retráctil)
Sensibilidad: sobre 2.0ìV
Selectividad: ± 8 kHz a 65 dB abajo
Número de canales: 1-6
Filtrado: Dual volvió circuitos de RF
Filtrado: Filtro de cerámica 4 de dos elementos
filtrado DSP en MCU con el algoritmo leves: Filtrado
Cambio de polaridad: positiva o negativa (detección automática)
Modular: FM / PPM (posición de modulación por impulsos)
Voltaje de funcionamiento: 4.8V ~ 6.0VDC
Corriente de funcionamiento: 11mA
SKU (Número de Referencia):
Peso ( g)
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I still use my old 72mhz gear but needed another receiver. Bought this as it seemed to suit my needs. Tried to bind it with my Futaba 4 channel transmitter first with not much luck. Rx would occasionally find tx signal but would never lock. After trying for over 2 hrs, I abandoned the Futaba tx and tried with my Hitec tx. Receiver found the signal instantly, and got signal lock on first attempt. Still need to do a proper range check but I'm confident it will pass the test.what a complete load of rubbish................... every time one switches on, the end points and the lengths of travel or both have changed. THIS IS NOT A PRECISION INSTRUMENT Don't wast your money on this
gregosan 1 points - 10/16/2013I have a HiTech Flash4 radio with 5 model memory. I was unable to get compatible receivers for this radio, so based on some reading and a suggestion on a forum I went with this. I ordered 2 since the price was low, and the shipping was the same as on 1. I have installed the first in my old sailplane, and it tests out perfectly. I am just waiting for good weather to fly it. The second unit also tests out perfectly. It will be going into a powered airplane soon. It is nice to get extra life out of this older, but not very old equipment without spending hundreds on a new transmitter.Muy bien . Buena relacin precio y calidad . Se acoplo perfectamente a un viejo equipo airtronicsThis is a wonderful receiver with long range and good accuracy. Setting up is a bit bumpy, But once you press scan button you will eventually succeed. Don't forget to take the prop off during set up. I highly recommend this Rx.Nice little receiver, lightweight and synced with no problems with both my JR F400 and XF631. I like it!This receiver's range is about 20 feet without glitching. Beyond that my heli gets twitchy. Also the setup instructions in the manual are not correct or clear. I got it bound to my transmitter (a Futaba 7C) but it did not go down like the instructions say so.
This is going into the trash.They are the best for synthesized receivers..have good range and lock to my futaba 6exap very well. good for park flyers and upto .40 size planes. Wont go for further up.So far Im a little dissapointed with this . No problem ( other than a bit of head scratching ) syncing , even got the fail safe set , but range is poor . Starts glitching at about 15 meters ,which is less than half my old cristal recievers . ( and its bad glitching , not just an occasional flick ) .May be okay in the foamy that its in ,( only flown close in so far ) but not very confidence inspiring .Think I might consider 2.4I have a Futaba 6XAs transmitter on channel 35. I bought one of these Corona 6 channel synthesized Rxs. It bound fine. First flight was uneventful except a few motor gltches. The next day I flew again and at around 500 feet away it went into fail-safe mode, circling at half throttle with no control response. It wound up 60 feet high in a tree. I tried switching the Tx on and off and got it back into responding, but not enough power to get it out of the tree.
I cannot tell if this is a binding, range or interference problem. I fly in an area that I would expect a lot of RF, near an airport and also with a cell tower less than a half mile away. But I think I would not use this for a large and powerful plane or full range, as it was less than 500 feet away when I lost control. The fail safe worked well though, except for the tree!