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2.4G FS-CT6B 6 CH Radio Model RC Transmitter & Receiver Heli/Airplane/Glid
Super active and passive anti-jamming capabilities.
Very low power consumption.
High receiving sensitivity.
8 model memory, digital control.
Can be programmed by PC with included software.
Full range 2.4GHz 6-channel radio.
4 Type (Airplane, Heli90, Heli120, Heli140).
Use a linear spread of fine paragraph by exces antenna.
It covers the entire band width of he antenna bandwidth range.
High quality and stability.
Mode type: Airplane, Helicopter, Glider
Stick mode: Left Hand or Right Hand
Modulation: Frequency Modulation
Antenna length: 115cm/26mm
Code type: PPM/GFSK
Power: 12V DC
Certificate: CE FCC
RF power: Less Than 0.8w
Color: Black + Blue
Item weight: 575g
Item dimension: 180x220x70mm
Package size: 365x250x112mm
Package weight: 968g
1 x Transmitter
1 x Receiver
1 x USB Cable
Questions & Answers
A Sorry, this item can only be controlled by mobile phone. thanks
By John F. Diaz on November 24, 2017
This unit requires 8 AA batteries. You could either use 8 AA batteries, or get a 12v rechargable pack. I would advise against plugging the device into a 12v power source while having batteries inside the device. I use cheap alkaline batteries, but I have contemplated getting a 12v rechargable pack.
By Brandon Kendrick on September 28, 2017
Yes, you can
By Chein on May 16, 2018
If you can read Chinese you have it licked.I had to return it got flitetest tiny trainer it was under $200.
By Frederick Vears on April 27, 2018
while you use both emisor and receptor in the same plane or helicopter, the answer is yes.
By Chein on April 8, 2018
I used regular for setup,for fly used rechargeable NIMH 2000mAh 1.2v hold good charged. Thank you
By John F. Diaz on April 5, 2018
Nope. Only the right stick.
By Kevin Yoo on April 4, 2018
Yes,Both sticks are spring loaded
By H Stef on April 4, 2018
Yes as long as the reciever can be attached to the RC sub. You can basically use this for anything but it's meant for planes, helicopters, and quadcopters
By Hunter F. on March 26, 2018
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By Scarlett McLain
October 19, 2017
Worked for all of two days before quitting none of the sticks respond anymore even though the receiver shows its bound. I've tried reloading settings, rebinding the receiver and nothing. The only input that's registered is down on the right stick, but the receiver doesn't even pick that up. I have no idea what happened. It was working fine and suddenly stopped working all together. Edit: After searching some fours and researchING my problem further I realized my transmitter only needed recalibration. I had to buy the digital radio software, but it is only $2 and is well worth the investment. If you buy this radio, then you really really should buy digital radio as well. You can get a free demo, but you'll need to buy it to do the calibration. Minus one story for one of the toggle switches breaking after a couple days of use, but I'm tech savvy and was able to easily replace and fix the switch.
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