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Oct 22, 2003, 03:34 PM
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best 6ch receiver for 35mhz?


i'm looking for sugestions for a 6ch rx that has a 35mhz version, i've heard that the schultz
rx's are comparable to the bergs but i have no specific details on which rx model etc or do
you have any other suggestions? tia

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Oct 22, 2003, 03:52 PM
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Schulze do a 435 (4ch) and the 835 (8ch).

I have several of the 435's and they are by far the best micro RX on the market. The Berg Stamp 4 is a Schulze 435 but in 72mhz for the US market.

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Dave
Oct 22, 2003, 04:57 PM
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thanks dave thats the info i was looking for

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Oct 22, 2003, 05:52 PM
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I'd second that from what I've read.

Sadly my requirements are for the cheapest lightest acceptable quality 35Mhz 3 channel or 4 channel receicvers

Usually ends up being a Jeti REX4.
Oct 22, 2003, 06:35 PM
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this would usually do for me too but this is for my Miss June so i'll go the extra bit to make
sure equipment failure does not cost me another plane, add to this the fact that i'm probably
buying a second hand Futaba FF6 at christmas time as i'll need channel 6 for the required mixes
for 3D flight. As i have concurring opinions from two knowledgable UK guys i'm going for the Schultz
835, any reccomendations on where to source one at the lowest cost(the scotsman in me showing
through ). Also i was pointed to a company called MGM ComPro when looking for a new esc for a
MPJet 25/35MK2 and while the stats are very good on their sensorless models i'd like some real
world info before i make my purchase, have any of you guys came accross them at all? see website here
for details, (especially the 1812-3 PL and the 2512-3 PL, 2S-4S Li-Po's, 5V 4A BEC, 17g and 20g respectivly )

thanks again
phil
Oct 23, 2003, 04:11 AM
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I don't know if you are looking for very small Rxs, but what about the Multiplex IPD 7? It is quite small and gives you fully programmable failsafe.

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Oct 23, 2003, 06:10 AM
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Only place I know do the Schulze 8 channel is west london models at 42.50.

The 4 channel is 29.95...more in my league

Micro IPD is 49.95 for 7 channels.

ACTUALLY I'd seriously consider building your own if you are up to it - see http://www.micronradiocontrol.fsnet.co.uk/ - the dual convesrion FET front end receiver is allegedly as good as it gets without going to DSP technology. 25.95 for the kit...
Oct 23, 2003, 01:43 PM
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Not sure about those specific ESC's but I use on of theirs rebranded as Model Motors with my MiniAC 1215/16 and she works a treat.

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Oct 23, 2003, 02:01 PM
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i like the look of the kit but i wouldn't trust it if i built it myself, i've made 4 different rated li-po chargers
and although they all test perfectly i still wont use them.

dave
while looking for info on the ESC's company i found out from the MPJet website that these are the esc's that they used
when doing the testing of the 25/35-20 MK1 so i think they should be fine add to that they have a 4A BEC and
that the 25A version is similarly priced to a CC PH25 and i'm sold

phil