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Mr Ed

Advice on a light 4ch 35MHz Rx please

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Mr Ed

For a new project I need a 35mhz 3/4 ch Rx that runs off a 1S LiPo. Anyone have any personal experience of such?. 'tis for a sloper not an indoor flyer but park flier range really.

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Bobbyr

Corona 4ch Synth mate,                 Its tiny , but to run it on a 1s lipo 3.7v is barmy , get a 2s, and bung in a Giant cod Ubec . in fact i think i have the perfect Ubec and battery for you , i will dig it out for you next time your down John (it is a tiny 2's .               works great on the 4 ch synth corona RX.                                 Bob

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Mr Ed

Thanks for the offer but its too big. It's for a Z22.

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Bobbyr

no way mate ,             its 30 mm x 20 mm x 5                                         Bob

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simon_t

The Schulze alpha 5.35 does 3.6 - 9V, and is 37x20.5x9mm. Jeti do small Rxs too.Simon

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Mr Ed

I thought Jeti were 2.4?

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satinet

jeti produced 35meg gear. might still do.  They are not a new player in the rc market. do you need top plugs or end plugs? the 5ch hitec rx is pretty small and has a short aerial:http://www.t9hobbysp.....prodid=458

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