Don't let the tiny size and light weight fool you, this is a FULL RANGE receiver! The Berg 7P provides the solid precise control and superior noise rejection every modeler demands. The same proven microprocessor driven True Digital Signal Processing (TDSP) and Transmitter Signal Recognition (TSR) functions that have made the Castle Creations Berg 4 the industry standard in full range micro receiver performance ensure flight after flight of glitch-free operation!
Castle Link configurable!
Connect the Berg 7p to your Castle Link for unprecedented control of its numerous programmable functions! Easy channel mapping and adjustable servo response rate are the initial basic features. Theres also a real time slider control on screen to set your fail safe servo positions and view your transmitters signal outputs as you move your radios control sticks. The Berg 7p has seven output channel ports, but you can replace any of them with channels 8 and 9 using the Castle Link. Look for even more amazing programmable features to be added in the future.
Only the Castle Creations Berg 7p receiver gives you these truly useful innovations in receiver function and only Castle Creations can make it this easy to use! Make your next receiver a step up to the pinnacle of RF performance and functionality. Make sure it’s a Castle Creations Berg 7P!
See the Berg 7P Receiver User Guide
(576k PDF) for more details.
* Programmable Fail Safe
* Triple tuned RF circuitry
* True Digital Signal Processing (TDSP)
TDSP is a proprietary process developed by Peter Berg. In addition to highly advanced triple-tuned RF filtering hardware, Castle Creations Berg receivers use a microprocessor and sophisticated software algorithms to filter the incoming signal. The system decides which signals are valid and which are not. Most standard FM receivers simply pass on the invalid signals to the servos as a glitch. TDSP receiver technology essentially eliminates glitches and provides a new level of confidence that you will only get with Berg by Castle Creations.
* Transmitter Signal Recognition (TSR)
The receiver learns the characteristics and specific signal signatures of your transmitter when you power it up. After that, the receiver will only listen to your transmitter*.
*Note: If a similar transmitter on the same channel is powered up and is CLOSER to your receiver than your own transmitter, loss of signal/fail safe may be experienced.