The AR6610T 6-Channel receiver is loaded with the next generation of Spektrum Technology, featuring SRXL2 expandability, Smart ESC Support, and full range telemetry. A built in Barometer for Altitude and Vario reports right on your Spektrum Transmitter
Compatible with all Spektrum DSM2 and DSMX transmitters
Compact footprint fits most parkflyer size, giant scale and carbon-fiber DLG aircraft installations
Features full range telemetry, integrated barometer to provide altitude and vario telemetry data without the need of additional sensors
Bind button allows for easy binding and eliminates the use of bind plug
Two external antennas will ensure secure RF coverage from all angles of the aircraft
Additional RF path redundancy with an additional SRXL2 Remote Receiver (SPM9747, sold separately)
Ready to use with Spektrum Smart ESC for one-wire telemetry data without the need of modules, links and wires.
The Spektrum AR6610T 6-channel receiver is a DSM2 and DSMX compatible receiver with a compact footprint design to fit in a wide range of models. It will deliver lightning-fast input-to-output response that is perfect for high-performance applications such as 3D airplanes and helicopters. It features full range telemetry, integrated barometer to provide altitude and vario telemetry data without additional purchase. An SRXL2 port for an SRXL2 Remote receiver is available separately to eliminate the reflected signal fading and antenna blind spots that can affect 2.4GHz systems.
The AR6610T receiver throttle port includes SMART Throttle. When equipped with SMART Throttle the normal servo connector delivers the throttle signal to the ESC, plus the ESC can send telemetry data like voltage and current back to the receiver. The AR6610T receiver is compatible with the Spektrum Avian line of ESCs. For SMART Throttle to function you must have a SMART Throttle ESC paired with a SMART Throttle telemetry receiver, and a Spektrum DSMX transmitter with telemetry. An update for your transmitter may be required for Smart Technology features. See www.spektrumrc.com to register and update your transmitter.