72Mhz Corona sintetizó el receptor de 4 canales
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.
El RP4S1 es el más pequeño y más ligero sistema sintetizado disponibles en la actualidad. Este pequeño tamaño no afectar la calidad de recepción o el rendimiento ya que esta unidad tiene el mayor alcance disponible de cualquier receptor Corona además una sensibilidad mayor que 2uV. Las pruebas han demostrado la gama de ser más de 1 milla!
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.
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Peso 0,14 oz / 4,0 g (sin envoltura retráctil)
Sensibilidad sobre 2.0ìV
La selectividad ± 8 kHz a 65 dB abajo
Número de canales 1-4
Filtrado Dual volvió circuitos de RF
Filtrado de doble filtro cerámico de 4 polos
Filtrado de filtrado DSP en MCU con el algoritmo leve
Cambio de polaridad positiva o negativa (detección automática)
4.8V Voltaje de funcionamiento ~ 6.0VDC
Operativo 11mA actual
Modular FM / PPM (posición de modulación por impulsos)
* Unidad (versión 2) ha sido revisada con las siguientes resoluciones;
-Aumento De la unión con varios radios de marca.
cuestión de servo bloqueo -Corregido.
-Corregido Canal 2 fluctuación tema cuando se utiliza con ciertos transmisores.
SKU (Número de Referencia):
Capacidad ( mAh )
Peso ( g)
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Have been using these receivers for over 3 years in various types of airplanes and all have operated as advertised. I have found that they will even discriminate other transmitters on the same frequency (channel). Have never had the centering problems that some others are having. Centering problems are more commonly servo problems.I have these in all my planes that only require 4ch or less. I have never had centering problems (Thats the servos job anyways) and GREAT range. Very light and easy to fit into tight spaces since they are small as well.The centering is somewhat bad, but since I'm using it on a micro model, I don't notice. The pins are pretty close together, but manageable. I'd pay ten dollars for this. Not 16.Great little receivers binding the thing was a breeze. i have not had any centering problems with mine super precise and the range is great i have one of these little guys in my sailplane and my altimeter read at 3500ft when i landed. however i have had some problems, one receiver i received the pins that the servo plugs go into were lose for some reason? i was able to make it work again but i do not plan on unplugging anything anytime soon. so there are some quality issues but other then that they are great.I have bought ten of these. three have failed. when they work they are good but expect failures. jittery and unstable when they go.
Wow! I wasn't actually expecting it to work with my cheapie walkera tx (the one that came with the dragonfly 4) but it worked flawlessly! Thanks HK!Hi guys!! At the moment, this receiver works. I did test about 600 meters without problems.good reciever, synched right up with my 72mhz futabaI have two of these units installed on home-built foam board aircraft. they binded well to my Futaba EX6A radio. I cannot report a single problem with either unit. For the price, compared to the Futaba units, these are almost as precise at a third of the cost. Use in <36" wingspan foamies is a no-brainer. They are extremely small and fit just about anywhere. I just wish they came with in a light-weight case for ease of mounting. Using hook and loop tape works well, and makes up for the lack of flat surface for mounting. But their light weight make them perfect for mini, mico, or any small frame with a total flying weight less than 1lb.
I will be purchasing more as I increase my collection of aircraft. However, my next step is to get a 6ch dual-conversion unit for a larger aircraft with more options.Can anyone tell me the exact length of the antenna that comes with this receiver?. I have ruined the antennas on both of my receivers and had cut an antenna (standard calculation) for my frequency but had very little antenna down range with my 6XA. Even with transmitter antenna fully extended, it was getting glitches just outside the field perimeter and have never had this short of range on these receivers..
My usual range was nearly out of site.. I think that the standard length one detuned the receiver...so I nee the correct/facory length...thanks