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The AR610 6-Channel DSMX Aircraft Receiver from Spektrum is a full-range, 6-channel receiver for small to .90 sized RC sport planes. It works with Spektrum and JR DSMX and DSM2 transmitters and features an amplified antenna for greater signal clarity, 2048 resolution, and QuickConnect technology with Brownout Detection. The receiver is telemetry compatible and supports Spektrum's optional Flight Log module for tracking RF link performance.
Full-Range DSMX Receiver
DSMX operates on the 2.4GHz band and combines superior data capacity and interference resistance of a wideband signal with the agility of frequency shifts. This makes DSMX less likely to suffer significant data loss from on-channel interference, resulting is quicker connection times and superior response in crowded 2.4GHz environments. DSMX technology is active only when both transmitter and receiver are DSMX enabled. The AR610 will also work with existing DSM2 enabled transmitters.
QuickConnect with Brownout Detection
QuickConnect technology allows your receiver to recover instantly from a power interruption. Brownout Detection, available only is DSM2 mode, flashes the receiver's LED to let you know that a power has interruption occurred.
Prevents the possibility of operating a model using the wrong model memory, potentially preventing a crash. With ModelMatch, each model memory has its own unique code (GUID) and, during the binding process, the code is programmed into the receiver. Later, when the system is turned on, the receiver will only connect to the transmitter if the corresponding model memory is programmed onscreen.