The SR6100AT 6-Channel AVC Surface DSMR receiver is loaded with the next generation of Spektrum Technology. It features the latest in AVC Active Vehicle Control, Smart ESC Support, and full range telemetry with XBUS expandability.
Built around frequency-agile DSMR technology, the Spektrum SR6100AT 6-channel receiver delivers superb range and response, especially in places where multiple 2.4GHz systems are in use at one time. SR6100AT features patented Spektrum AVC (Active Vehicle Control) and full range telemetry capabilities. AVC Technology reads your control inputs, senses your car's direction and makes as many as 180 steering and power adjustments per second so you can hold the line without holding back. SR6100AT taps into telemetry functions from Spektrum Smart Technology electronic speed controls and conventional Temp, RPM and voltage sensors via X-Bus adapter.
The SR6100AT receiver throttle port includes Smart Throttle. This port will automatically detect when a Smart throttle electronic speed control is plugged in and the throttle port will begin to operate in Smart throttle mode. When combined with Spektrum Smart LiPo batteries with IC series connectors can pass along battery data from compatible Spektrum Smart batteries. The SR6100AT also features two integrated telemetry ports that are compatible with telemetry capable DSMR transmitters. If a standard ESC or servo is plugged into the throttle port on the SR6100AT receiver, the throttle port will operate normally like any conventional receiver.
With the SR6100AT driver's get stability control for ANY vehicle in their collection! You can have the stability control of AVC™ (Active Vehicle Control) technology in any vehicle just by adding the SR6100AT receiver and binding it to an AVC compatible transmitter. AVC technology creates a more enjoyable driving experience by managing the vehicle's driving characteristics and attitude. This translates into more control for you and a more manageable vehicle in all driving environments.
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.
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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Technical questions about this product should be directed to Horizon Hobby:
Horizon Hobby GmbH Hanskampring 9 D-22885 Barsbuettel Deutschland
US Product Support: Mo - Fr: 2:00pm - 9:00pm (UK Time zone hours of operation) English: +44 (0) 127 929 7061
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