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Old Mar 24, 2006, 04:56 AM
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***** GWS 6 Channel TX T6A *****

Dear flyers.


I did not post this product here before. Products is avaialable in the USA now.

GWS carries 6-channel transmitters on 35, 36, 40, 41, 72 and 75 MHz for the need of T6A around the world. GWS T6A with variety in the frequency can meet your need for customers in your region.


The Advantage of the T6A:

l Best Value of the Transmitter in Class.

l Add channels for landing gear and flap.

l With Ni-MH battery no memory effect.

l Compatible with all FM-PPM radio.

l FMS Flight Simulation compatible.

http://www.gws.com.tw/english/produc...ircuit/fsm.htm

l With adaptor to charge transmitter and GWS Ni-CD or Ni-MH battery packs for airplanes (7.2 ~ 9.6 V)

More info about T6A: http://www.gws.com.tw/english/produc...rcuit/t4a2.htm


We welcome you to contact us. We will try to keep you updated about GWS product information. If you are interested in this new product, please contact your GWS sales representative or email to service@gws.com.tw

Yours truly,


Ray K. Liao
From GWS HQ
www.gws.com.tw

Original doc.
http://download.gwsus.com/gwstw/03242006T6A.doc

Manual
http://download.gwsus.com/gwstw/GWT6A1.jpg
http://download.gwsus.com/gwstw/GWT6A2.jpg
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