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Radiolink AT9 2.4GHz 9 Channel Transmitter Radio & Receiver


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Features
AIRCRAFE” model type added
Programmable mix control
Vibration alarm
2.8 inches LCD
Data telemetry
3ms quick response
Chinese & English menu
Support S-BUS
Great performance in anti-interference
Nine channel with full function
Support USB online updated
Mini receiver
Product Details
1 Size: 183*193*100mm
2 Weight: 0.88kg
3 Frequency: 2.4GHz ISM band (2400MHz to 2485MHz)
4 Modulation mode: QPSK
5 Channel bandwidth: 5.0MHz
6 Spread spectrum: DSSS
7 Adjacent channel rejection: >38dbm
8 Transmitter power: <100mW(PCB testing), <20dbm(3 meter air testing)
9 Operating Current: <105mA
10 Operating Voltage: 7.4~15V
11 Control distance: more than 900 meters ground, 1.5kms air
12 Channel: 9 channels, 5~9 channels are customizable
13 Simulator model: under the simulator model the transmitter action turn off, change to power saving model
14 Screen: 2.8 inches 16 colorful screen , 240*320 pixels
15 Compatible model: Include all 120 degree and 90 degree swashplate helicopter, all fix wing and glider, five flying model and aircraft
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-Radiolink AT9 2.4GHz 9 Channel Transmitter Radio & Receiver for RC Hobby Mode 2 X 1
Radiolink AT9 2.4GHz 9 Channel Transmitter Radio & Receiver for RC Hobby Mode 2 X 1 Radiolink AT9 2.4GHz 9 Channel Transmitter Radio & Receiver for RC Hobby Mode 2 X 1 Radiolink AT9 2.4GHz 9 Channel Transmitter Radio & Receiver for RC Hobby Mode 2 X 1 Radiolink AT9 2.4GHz 9 Channel Transmitter Radio & Receiver for RC Hobby Mode 2 X 1
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 22 April, 2015.

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