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Spektrum AR6335 6 Channel AS3X Nanolite Receiver
Spektrum AR6335 6 Channel AS3X Nanolite Receiver


 
Price: USD$69.99

Product Code: SPMAR6335
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Description
 

KEY FEATURES

  • 180- to 300-sized aircraft such as lightweight 3D foamies and indoor slow flyers using up to 6 channels (Not for use in aircraft with full carbon fiber fuselages)
  • AS3X technology- 3 axis stabilization
  • 3 Gyro modes- allows customization of the gyro performance and feel of the aircraft
  • Programmable from mobile devices (iOS and Android) as well as PC's--easy setup at home or at the field
  • Compact design
  • Lightweight
  • JST-ZHR connector

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Type:
AR6335 AS3X Nanolite receiver
# of Channels:
6
Modulation:
DSM2/DSMX
Band:
2.4GHz
Length:
1.12 in (28.6mm)
Width:
0.72 in (18.4mm)
Height:
0.28 in (7.1mm)
Weight:
0.07 oz (2.0 g)
Voltage Range:
3.5-8.5V
Antenna Length:
31mm

OVERVIEW

A new generation of Spektrum™ AS3X®(Artificial Stabilization – 3-aXis) receivers is about to make it easier than ever for fixed wing pilots to transform their flying experience with this amazing technology. Like their predecessors, they combine AS3X technology with a DSMX® receiver in a single unit. What sets them apart is programming software that makes setup and adjustment of their AS3X settings much easier.

The software’s easy-to-understand, graphical user interface will allow pilots to:
- Select which AS3X mode to fly with: Off, Conventional Rate and Heading Hold
- Activate flaperon/dual aileron, delta/elevon, V-tail or dual elevator mixing
- Take advantage of servo setup options like balancing, travel adjust, absolute limits, reversing and more
- Map output and gain settings for individual channels
- Programming made easy via PC or iOS/Android mobile devices
- Uses AS3X Programming Cable-SPMA3065 or Audio-Interface AS3X Receiver Programming Cable-SPMA3081 (sold separately) for programming

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