Spektrum AR6600T 6-Channel Air Integrated Telemetry Receiver
Spektrum AR6600T 6-Channel Air Integrated Telemetry Receiver - SPMAR6600T
The AR6600T Spektrum 6-Channel receiver introduces a fully integrated full-range telemetry feature to the Spektrum class of receivers. Featuring built-in connection ports for RPM, Flight Pack Voltage and Temperature sensors as well as an X-Bus port for additional telemetry options. No sensor is required to receive Flight Log or receiver pack voltage telemetry.
If you have a DSMX/DSM2® transmitter capable of 11ms frame rates, the AR6600T will deliver lightning-fast input-to-output response that is perfect for high-performance applications like 3D helis and airplanes. The AR6600T can also use an optional remote receiver that lets you take advantage of Spektrum™ MultiLink™ technology. This patented technology eliminates the reflected signal fading and antenna blind spots that can affect all 2.4GHz systems.
- Compatible with all Spektrum DSMX transmitters
- Compact design fits most parkflyer size and larger aircraft that require 6-channel operation
- Capable of 11ms frame rates
- Integrated telemetry with built-in ports for RPM, flight pack voltage, temperature sensors and X-bus for telemetry sensor expansion
- Receiver pack voltage and flight log data available without the need for additional sensors
- Dual antenna’s for optimal RF performance
Number of Channels
Modulation / Protocol
|Dimensions (L x W x H)|
37.5 x 27.7 x 15.8mm
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Great Telemetry Receiver
I've always liked having the ability to monitor my planes battery voltage. With this newer Spektrum receiver I no longer have to purchase a Telemetry Module to do this. The AR6600T is a Air Integrated Telemetry receiver. Was very easy to bind. You will find the servo connectors are very tight to insert into the receiver. At first you may think "They won't fit!" Make sure you have the connector perfectly lined up when applying presure to insert, and they will pop right in. I really like flying with confidence that i know what my battery voltage status is. Going to add the GPS sensor soon!