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      Like Guest I got the Frsky GRX6 receiver. It's really tiny and built-in vario, apart from the soft cardboard "case", I cannot praise these units enough! like the dedicated battery pins underneath the unit and in opposite direction to servo pins (can see in pic below)   https://www.t9hobbysport.com/frsky-g-rx6-receiver Size dif between GRX6 and my X4R The new G-RX6 receiver boast lower latency and improved range on the current X6R receiver Bumf: This FrSky G-RX6 is designed for use with Gliders with built in vario sensor, this will give you telemetry data like altitude and vertical speed. The G-RX6 features 6 PWM outputs with higher precision and lower latency. The latency of the PWM output is 9ms less than that of the X6R, in high speed mode. It also supports the redundancy function, so it can be used in conjunction with other receivers. The G-RX6 and the whole RX-line has a 40% increased operating range compared to the previous X series receivers.   Features:   Small and High sensitivity (40% increase of the range compared to previous X series receivers) Integrated with high precision variometer sensor Higher precision PWM and Low latency PWM output Lower power consumption Redundancy function supported Smart Port enabled and telemetry data transmission supported Battery voltage detection supported 2 detachable IPEX 4 Connector antennas PCB protection with the comformal coating craftwork   Specification:   Dimension: 21.1×13×7.3mm (L×W×H) Weight: 2.2g / 2.6g (with two antennas) Number of Channels: 16CH (1-6CH PWM from conventional channel outputs, 1-16CH from SBUS OUT port) Operating Voltage Range: 3.5V-10V Operating Current: 100mA@5V Operating Range: >2km Servo Frame Rate: 9ms (HS—High Speed Mode)/18ms (FS—Normal Speed Mode)  
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