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Proton 4, 4CH, 2.4GHz Telemetric Receiver with GPS, Voltage

Key Features

  • Telemetry Capable 2.4GHz 4-Channel Receiver
  • Telemetry Functions include RPM, TEMP, SPEED & VOLT
  • Built in GPS for Speed Telemetry
  • User Selectable Normal (14ms) or High Response (7ms ) Frame Rate
  • Fail-Safe / Hold Function
  • Supplementary Power Connection (SPC)
  • Wide Operating Voltage: 4.8~35VDC
  • Dimensions: 1.7 x 1.1 x 0.65 in. (43.3 x 27.6 x 16.5 mm.)
  • Weight: 0.71 oz. (20g)

Overview

With a built-in GPS for speed monitoring and telemetry functions including RPM, temperature, speed and voltage, the Proton 4 brings RC racing, driving and crawling to a whole new level. Its wide operating voltage of 4.8~35 volts, high speed response system and supplementary power connection bring the ultimate in power and efficiency to your Lynx 4S radio package. Be track ready with Hitec!

Band: 2.4GHz
Channels: 4

FAQs

What is the difference between single and dual conversion receivers?

Single conversion receivers have a single local oscillator circuit for demodulation. Dual conversion revceivers have a second circuit for greater image and interference rejection.

What is BEC?

BEC stands for Battery Eliminator Circuit. It takes 7.2v-8.4v commonly used for electric RC and regulates it to 5.0v which allows the receiver to operate properly without the need for a separate battery pack.

Can I plug more than 1 battery into my receiver?

Yes, 2 or more battery packs of the same voltage can be used with the same receiver.

Do I need to plug the battery into the battery port?

No, the battery can be connected to any unused channel.

Why is my receiver glitching when I run my engine?

After hard landings or crashes the receivers ceramic filter or tuning coil(s) can become vibration sensitive. Other sources of interference can be RF noise generated by bad bearings in the engine, electronic ignition systems, loose screws, or other metal to metal contact in your R/C application.

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