Spektrum AR635

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Overview

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Bring a whole new dimension of precision and stability to your 3D or sport flying experience with the first 6-channel full-range receiver with AS3X® technology for park flyers, sport aircraft and 3D planes—the Spektrum™ AR635 sport receiver. Its built-in AS3X (Artificial Stabilization – 3-aXis) System counters the effects of wind and turbulence using 3-axis sensing and exclusive flight control software tuned by world-famous RC pilot, Quique Somenzini. There is no delay in control response or limits on the control throws. You'll simply feel like you're flying an expertly tuned model that does exactly what you want it to.

No special interface or transmitter programming is required. All adjustments to the type and amount of stability the AS3X System provides are made using LED indicators on the receiver and your transmitter's control sticks. You also have the option of flying with the AS3X System off, but even expert pilots will find flying with it on feels completely natural.

Key Features

  • Combines the security of DSM2®/DSMX® technology with the precision of the AS3X® System
  • Designed for park flyers, sport planes, and 3D airplanes
  • Compatible with all Spektrum™ DSM2/DSMX and JR® DSM® transmitters
  • Three AS3X System settings: Sport, 3D with non-computer transmitter, 3D with computer transmitter
  • Fully-adjustable, dual gain settings for aileron, elevator and rudder

Product Specifications

  • Type: Full-range AS3X sport receiver
  • Number of Channels: 6
  • Modulation: DSM2/DSMX
  • Band: 2.4GHz
  • Length: 2.2 in (56mm)
  • Width: 0.8 in (21mm)
  • Height: 0.5 in (14mm)
  • Weight: 0.5 oz (13.2 g)
  • Voltage Range: 3.5 - 8.5V
  • Antenna Length: 230mm
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