Radio link 2.4GHz 6Ch Transmitter Control System,RC Quad Multi-copter aircraft
T4U-6 2.4G Radio Control System
- 6Channel 2.4G Transmitter ,and 7 Channel 2.4G Receiver
- Servo eversed switch
- Alieron/Elevater mixed control fuction
- Sound and light alarm fucion under lower power
- RF display
- Mechanical trim
- Simulator fuction(simulator cable for purchsing)
6-channel 2.4GHz transmitter with servo reversing.
Easy to use control for basic models.
Includes 6-channel receiver
800 meter ground range
This is a very basic 6 function FHSS system supplied without a posh box or any instructions. The transmitter is intended to be used with AA dry cells as the current consumption is so low. Alternatively NMH cells can be fitted as there?s a convenient charging jack included on the side of the transmitter. A red LED is used to indicate when the unit is switched on, and this has a flashing function when the battery voltage falls to a pre-set level. The control sticks are very positive and centre nicely. As supplied the example units were all mode 2. To change mode is really simple and is one of the easiest I?ve encountered, and this involves moving a small coiled tension spring, a plastic support lever, and a flat throttle lever friction plate. This takes no more than a couple of minutes to do. The printed circuit board has a tiny slide switch marked ?mode 1/ mode 2? which needs positioning accordingly.
The bind procedure is the easiest, quickest, no fuss seen to date, this is done by powering up the transmitter and receiver, then a tiny button positioned at the end of the receiver case is pressed once. A green LED flashes for a second or so then stops, that?s it, job done! Servo operation is smooth and as expected. A basic but impressive ground range test was done at a flying field with the receiver, 2 servos and a battery pack hung in a tree about 5 feet above ground level. This test involved the transmitter being unfairly taken down a slope making it out of line of sight and below the operating horizon, yet a positive lock was maintained at all times.
The transmitter has standard mechanical trims with a positive click action and servo reverse switches which are accessible from the front panel. To alter the position of the slide switches a short plastic probe lever is recommended rather than a steel blade screwdriver. The short antenna can be angled for packing. One of the transmitters tested inexplicably operated 2 servos in positions 1 and 2 from the aileron stick. This was due to a clever little mixing switch being in the wrong position. The switch is accessible via the rear battery compartment left hand side. A CE approval sticker is carried on the rear of the transmitter case. No frills, simple to bind and use.
1 x 2.4Ghz 6CH transmitter(Default type is mode 2,if you need mode 1,please note us)
1 x 2.4Ghz 7ch Receiver