|Jan 15, 2010, 02:03 PM|
2.4GHz FHSS Futaba 4YF
This is the 2.4GHz FHSS Futaba 4YF 4-Channel Radio System
with the R2004GF Receiver.
Transmitter and Receiver only, Servos not included
FEATURES: FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum) eliminates frequency pins and signal interference-pushbutton transmitter/receiver linking with no binding plugs R2004GF receiver has coaxial antenna that can be positioned inside model for optimum reception Power Down Mode - reduces RF power for 90 seconds, simplifying ground checks for interference All-channel servo reversing for more installation options Power and servo reversing switches are located down and out of the way for convenience and to avoid accidental changes Battery meter features one Green and one Red LED for easy-to-read GO/NO GO status Elevon mixing Spring loaded trainer toggle switch for instant "OFF" Gimbals have knurled tops for a better "feel" on the sticks and to prevent finger slippage One year limited warranty through manufacturer beginning at date of purchase
INCLUDES: 2.4GHz FHSS Futaba 4YF 4-Channel Transmitter R2004GF Receiver, FUTL7617 On/Off Switch Harness and Charge Cord Neck Strap Instruction Manual
REQUIRES: AA Batteries: Four for transmitter NOTE: A RX NiCd or battery box is NOT included because radio system is designed for Park Flyers and thus power will be provided to the RX via the BEC Electronic Speed Control (ESC)
SPECS: Transmitter; Transmitting Frequency: 2.4GHz band Power Requirement: Four AA cells Current Drain: 90mA Trainer Port: Micro Receiver; Power Requirement: 4.8 - 6V shared with servo Current Drain: 30mA at no signal Size: 1.54 x 1.02 x 0.39" (39 x 26 x 10mm) Weight: 0.49oz (14g)
This new Futaba have no info about the range, and use FHSS technology (as Corona).
what do you think?
|Jan 15, 2010, 08:51 PM|
Joined May 2006
Are you kidding ? If it really is not FASST compatible then it is an utterly daft concept. It strands users so that when they want to upgrade Tx they need all new Rx, which means there is no brand lock-in. Why would any mfr do such a thing ?
|Jan 16, 2010, 09:25 AM|
this radio is like Hobby King 2.4, but four times more price.
Is not compatible with FASST, because use FHSS techonology, same made by Corona, so i think its a Corona Park Flyer sistem in a Futaba Case for $ 99.
|Jan 28, 2010, 12:57 PM|
That's an old term for non rechargeable primary batteries, such as Doooracells and Engeezers
I fly Futaba, but sometimes I wonder about their lack of marketing savvy
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