is the favorite choice for everyone who want a quality
long-range system. Scherrer UHF have for many years been the
symbol of quality and with the TxRx700 Lite, you get the Tx700 Lite
with an Tx700 NR for a super price.
The Rx700NR is a small and very light receiver with a sensitivity
of -102dBm and an optimized input filter so it can co-exist with
strong 2.4 GHz on board video transmitters. The RX comes with
a wire antenna mounted directly on the unit.
External firmware upgrade port
Completely new software
Selectable PPM/PWM (S-Bus planned to come soon) upon boot.
9 servo channels
PPM output (also called SUM signal)
Rssi output 0.5 to 3.3V from min to mix
Supply voltage 4-10 Volts
Supply current RX alone 18mA at 5V
Possible to upgrade to MCX connector
Wideband frequency hopping system
Uses 433 to 440 MHz ISM licence free band
User firmware upgradeable
Wide user temperature range -40C to +70C ambient
Weight 8 Grams
The receiver board is 26 x 53mm
Support Fixed/Variable PPM input
Futaba input, all up to 12 channels
Head tracker input
AUX input (for option boards)
Option board port
Output power switch
Firmware update port
Military standard input plugs with screw protection
The TX700 comes in a new design that reduces the height dramatically.
It has also sequential fail safe, that lets you store a fail-safe pattern of 3
interactions when it hits fail safe. Through the firmware port you can access
TSLRS debug tools for viewing amounts of fail-safes, blocked channels, diversity
performance and much more (TSLRS USB programer needed) .
Note: Please select the aproriate cable for your specific radio setup from the options box at the top.
No license is required to purchase it, however in order to legally use and operated of this device in the United State of America a HAM license is required. To operate/use in other countries other than US please check the local rules before using it, some countries may forbid its use entirely.
By purchasing this equipment, you are agreeing that you understand the rules and assume total responsibility to legally operate the equipment. For information on how to obtain an amateur radio license, visit http://www.arrl.org/getting-licensed.
It is your responsibility to ensure that the use of this product meets the requirements imposed by your government's rules and regulations for RF devices.
Hobby Wireless is not responsible any damages, losses, illegal operation or changes made by the user to the transmitter will be totally the user's responsibility.