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Spektrum AR6100e RX Ver 1.6 6CH 2.4GHz DSM2 Air DX6i

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Spektrum AR6100e RX Ver 1.6 6CH 2.4GHz DSM2 Air DX6i Spektrum AR6100e RX Ver 1.6 6CH 2.4GHz DSM2 Air DX6i

Spektrum AR6100e RX Ver 1.6 6CH 2.4GHz DSM2 Air DX6i

Price: $7.38
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Spektrum AR6100e RX Ver 1.6 6CH 2.4GHz DSM2 Air DX6i

At only 4.4 grams and 19.0 x 40.0 x 9.0mm (WxLxH), the AR6100E is the ultimate 2.4GHz receiver for most any small electric model from mini profile foamies to 400 class helis. Because it uses advanced DSM2™ technology, it is only compatible with DSM2 aircraft radio and module systems. It also boasts a wide input range that allows it to operate with 3.5- to 9.6-volt electrical systems.

- Super lightweight 4.4 grams
- DSM2 technology
- Compatible only with DSM2 aircraft radio and module systems
- 6 channels
- End pin connectors
- Short 30mm antennas for mounting convenience

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  Good Receiver
Posted by Jan Fenkhuber on 07/24/2012, 06:32
Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:1 week to 1 month
Price: *****
Ease of Use: ****
Build Quality: ****
Usefulness: *****
Overall Rating: *****
Pros:For this price... It's a good receiver for a park-flyer.
Several sources rate the RX with 200 - 300 meters distance. So for small planes, it's fine
I prefere RX with the pins like this one instead of the "top connectors" like the AR6200 for styro planes.
Cons:The "case" is a bit...floppy - but it's light ;-)
All Spektrum receivers need abinding plug instead of a push button - so make sure you always have a plug with you.
Other Thoughts:The chanel output is not sequential (one after the other). So it's not suitable for 3-in-1 modification (the helicopter control with speed controller, gyro and mixer.
For the timing, you can refer to http://www.fenki.ch/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=71&Itemid=133 (actually in German only - if I can find some time, English will be available soon).For planes, the timing doesn't matter - also it seems as the MultiWii doesn't care (but this was just a quick test).
Bottomline:Maybe I'll order some more ;-)

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