The world's most advanced 6-channel receiver, now in a hard case.
The new RG613BX 6-channel XBus receiver is based on the previous RG612BX, but is housed in an impact resistant, clear plastic case for durability.
It's difficult to pick just ONE reason why the RG613BX is special. One could point to the path diversity antennas that eliminate the need for a separate remote for full-range signal and telemetry data. Perhaps the fact that this small receiver is also XBus capable. Maybe the low power consumption, EZ BIND simplicity and ultimate flexibility are the main selling points. The RG613BX utilises JR's robust DMSS modulation system that combines attribute from both DSSS and FHSS modulation into a wide-band transmission system with high-speed response and high resistance to RF noise. Also unique to DMSS is JR's Intelligent Output System (IOS), which automatically selects control signals that need to be transmitted simultaneously and delivers the data as one complete signal frame. IOS ensures there is no time delay when commanding servos used for critical functions such as a CCPM swashplate on a helicopter or with an aircraft with multiple servos ganged on a single control surface. This gives a stronger connection in flight and can reduce wear on components, keeping your model flying better, longer.
Not only does this receiver listen, but it talks back as well. DMSS is a bi-directional comunication system that delivers real-time telemetry information. Receiver voltage telemetry is standard with every DMSS receiver, and add-on sensors are available to monitor nearly every metric vital to the operation of your mode.
- Dimensions: 14.5 x 20.5 x 41.5mm
- Weight: 12g
- System: DMSS 6-Channel DMSS System with XBus
- PWM Output CH; 1ch - 6ch
- Operating Voltage: 4.5 - 8.5V
- Diversity Antenna Type
- Antenna Length: Co-axial Part/105mm Antenna Section/25mm
- Long-distance corresponding telemetry transmitter module mounted.
- Easy BIND System
- Hard case
The firmware in a 2k servo verifies the position of the servo arm two thousand times each second,
while the firmware found in previous servos verify the arm’s position one thousand times per second.
This greater number of verifications makes for a very precise servo, and gives it a more “solid” feel.
It is recommended to use a booster cable with 2k servos to ensure steady voltage at all times.