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  • Tactic AnyLink SLT 2.4GHz Universal Radio Adapter

Tactic AnyLink SLT 2.4GHz Universal Radio Adapter


Sorry, this item is currently out of stock.

The Tactic AnyLink Version 1 has been discontinued.

The NEW Tactic Anylink Version 2 will be released in early February 2014

IMPORTANT: If you have a Tx-R (Transmitter Ready) Helicopter or Airplane and you DO NOT have an Anylink Version 1, you will need a SLT compatible radio to fly your aircraft.  The following Radios are SLT compatible:

Tactic TTX404 4 Channel

Tactic TTX600 6 Channel

Tactic TTX650 6 Channel Computer Radio

Aurora 9X 9 Channel Computer Radio






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Tactic AnyLink SLT 2.4GHz Universal Radio Adapter

The little “black box” that unlocks your transmitter’s full potential!

A transmitter alone can only do so much. But a transmitter with AnyLink™ can do wonders. It's so revolutionary that a patent is already pending, and so simple to use that it takes only seconds to add. Yet, once it’s installed, your transmitter will be able to fly:

  • All Tx-R™ (Transmitter-Ready™) airplanes;
  • Most electric aircraft equipped with a 2.4GHz SLT™ receiver.

But that’s not the only amazing thing about AnyLink. Here are three more:

  • AnyLink works with virtually any transmitter, regardless of brand, band or modulation.
  • AnyLink enables your transmitter to send out a true, 2.4GHz signal — and operate with all of the interference-free dependability of a frequency-hopping, spread-spectrum system.
  • AnyLink offers all of the convenience, versatility and benefits listed above for far less than the cost of a new 2.4GHz radio system.

Specifications for TACJ2000


  2.403 – 2.480GHz, FHSS
Power Indicator:   LED with audible tones
Inactivity Alarm:   4 minutes
Dimensions:   2.5 x 1.4 x 0.5 in (64 x 36 x 12 mm)
Weight:   0.85 oz (24 g)

AnyLink has a range of 1,000 feet (304.8 meters), making it ideal for park fliers and other small electrics

Anylink Adapter Cables:

Note: A special cable is required to connect your radio to the AnyLink Adapter.  Some cables are included with the Anylink, others can be purchased separately.  Refer to the table below to determine which cable you need.  Click on the Required Cable model number to link to it's product page.

Radio Brand System Required Cable
Futaba® 4YF (72MHz), 4YBF, 6EX, 6J, 7C, 8FG, 8J, 9C, 10C, 12FG & 14SG TACM0001(included)
  4VF, 5U, 6A, 6DA, 6H, 6YF, 6YG, 7NFK, 8U & 9Z TACM0003
  4YF (2.4GHz), 12Z, 14MZ & 18MZ TACM0007**
Hitec® Neon, Flash 4sx, 5, 5sx, Focus 4, 6, Laser 4, 6, Optic 5 (72MHz), Optic 6 (72MHz, 2.4GHz), Eclipse 7 (72MHz), Prism 7 & Prism 7X TACM0003
  Aurora 9 TACM0004
  Optic 5, Optic 6 Sport & Eclipse 7 (2.4GHz) TACM0005**
JR® All aircraft transmitters with trainer/DSC jack TACM0002(included)
Spektrum® DX6, DX6i & DX7 TACM0002(included)
  DX4e, DX5e, DX7s, DX8, DX10t & DX18

TACM0005** - or-
TACM008 (New!) 

Tower Hobbies® 4TH & 6XM TACM0001(included)
  4FM & 6FM TACM0003
Graupner® MX-16 TACM0002(included)

** Includes a rechargeable LiFe battery. LiFe-compatible charger required.

Write your own product review

  1. Tactic Anylink Works great with Spektrum DX8

    Posted by Charles on 13th Nov 2013

    I recently purchased a FlyZone DHC-2 Beaver that came with the Tactic 2.4 Ghz receiver. Since I use the Spektrum radio, I purchased the Anylink to be able to use my transmitter. Even though I had to purchase a different cable to use my DX8 than what comes in the package, everything works great. I was able to mount the Anylink to the back of my DX8, including the required external battery. The instructions were very clear on setting it up with the DX8. I highly recommend this as a very easy and reliable way of utilizing planes that come with the Tactic receiver pre-installed.

  2. Nice setup

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jul 2013

    Very nice conversion to 2.4Ghz, love it. Now convert all of the rest of my devices.

  3. Highly recommended

    Posted by Richard Nadeau on 14th Jun 2013

    Have a problem with your tx that came with your heli? The anylink with solve the problem simply by connecting it to a quality tx like the Spektum DX6I. Used it on a heli I bought that was nearly impossible to fly because the tx that came with it was junk. After spending $150.00 for the heli I wan't about to give up. The Anylink allows you to set up the tx to the way you want to fly. Works great!

  4. Satisfied

    Posted by Richard N. on 6th May 2013

    Enjoyed the easy hassle free buying. Will plan on using again when the need arises. Thanks!