The Spektrum™ AR6410NBL is a 6-channel ultra micro receiver with programmable brushless speed control and X-Port™ technology. The AR6410NBL is designed for ultra micro and ultra light foamy aircraft. Spektrum also provides a wide range of compatible ultra micro servos providing modelers ideal options for completion.
Featuring DSMX technology, the AR6410NBL is compatible with all Spektrum™, JR®, E-flite® and ParkZone® 2.4GHz DSM2™ and DSMX technology transmitters.
The AR6410NBL is designed for ultra micro aircraft and is ideal for scratch-built ultra micro projects. The AR6410NBL is designed to utilize a two-cell LiPo battery. You can use the integrated brushless speed controller to power a brushless motor up to 3 amps of continuous current. An integrated X-Port feature allows for future expansion. When X-Port is active, CH5 and CH6 are not available; however, reversed aileron (CH2) is still available.
Type: Integrated programmable brushless
Max continuous current: 4.9 amps
Overload protection current: 5A for 500ms
BEC continuous current: 1A
BEC overload protection current: 1A, 4.2V
Low-voltage cutoff: At <6.3V, the motor begins to pulse At <6.1V, the motor cuts off and the LED flashes
Over-current protection: At 5.0A, the motor cuts off until the throttle stick is pulled down to idle
Temperature protection: at 120°C, the motor cuts off
Note: Not compatible with the Spektrum DX6 park flyer transmitter.
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This product is not intended for use by children under 14 years of age without direct adult supervision.