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Sanwa Compatible Receivers:

Please list any findings, such as Glitches, SSR Compatibility and any other issues as noted in the Respective Receivers Listing:


- SMD SRX 2 - Antennaless Receiver PN: JBR900003

- SMD SRX - Antenna Receiver

- HobbyStar HRX-472 Antenna Receiver SKU: 398-09-173

- Ruddog RR482 Antennaless Receiver PN: purchase from Amain in US, Ruddog in EU

- ARX-482R Antennaless Receiver - Purchase from Bartolo Racing in US

- POWERSTAR RS472E Antennaless Receiver - Purchase from RaceVTA in US
http://racevta.com/store/index.php?r...product_id=390

Operating Voltage:3.5V~8.4V
Dimension: 23.6◊18.4◊28.4mm
Weight:7.3g
No. Of Channels:4CH
PWM Mode:Normal/ SHR/ SSR

- POWERSTAR RS472HV Receiver
manual link -> http://www.powerstar-racing.com/upfile/800/RS472HV.pdf
operating voltage : 3.5~8.4V
Dimension : 35.5 x 23.3 x 12.7 mm
Weight : 7.3g
Channals : 4 channels.


https://www.agfrc.com/index.php?id=1998

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Old 05-13-2019, 12:24 AM
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I have a small update on the SMD SRX2 (And I'd presume others using this case as I highly doubt they are different inside)
I've had cases of the car loosing connection to the transmitter (Exzes X) and running away at two tracks. Both of these have metal link fencing in close proximity to the track (i.e 2 ish car withs from the edge)
Unfortunaly I do not own a genuine Sanwa internal antena reciver to compare to but I think it might be a limit of the internal antena recivers in general rather than these specific ones and the cars have worked fine with a pair of Sanwa recivers with wire antenas
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I have a small update on the SMD SRX2 (And I'd presume others using this case as I highly doubt they are different inside)
I've had cases of the car loosing connection to the transmitter (Exzes X) and running away at two tracks. Both of these have metal link fencing in close proximity to the track (i.e 2 ish car withs from the edge)
Unfortunaly I do not own a genuine Sanwa internal antena reciver to compare to but I think it might be a limit of the internal antena recivers in general rather than these specific ones and the cars have worked fine with a pair of Sanwa recivers with wire antenas
How is your receiver mounted?

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Originally Posted by 1/8 IC Fan View Post
How is your receiver mounted?

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It's been positioned between the servo and ESC with the high side of the reciver facing the outside of the car. I've always had my recivers in more or less the same spot in a touring car and the SRX2 has shown no issues positoned here indoors
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Sanwa compatible receiver can also be found on Amazon.
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Please, help needed !
I cannot bind my M17 transmitter with my RX491 receiver.
I'm following the procedure : led of the receiver is rapidly flashing when it is connected with the transmitter on bind mode selection, but even after 5 minutes, the light of the receiver never get glows and bind is not done.
I tried several time but still the same..

Receiver connection :
CH1 : steering
CH2 : ESC
SSL : bing plug

Transmitter selection :
RF Mode : FH5
Response mode : SHR (with a SRT BH9027 servo)

Is there something I have missed or doing wrong ?

Thank you for your help.
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Please, help needed !
I cannot bind my M17 transmitter with my RX491 receiver.
I'm following the procedure : led of the receiver is rapidly flashing when it is connected with the transmitter on bind mode selection, but even after 5 minutes, the light of the receiver never get glows and bind is not done.
I tried several time but still the same..

Receiver connection :
CH1 : steering
CH2 : ESC
SSL : bing plug

Transmitter selection :
RF Mode : FH5
Response mode : SHR (with a SRT BH9027 servo)

Is there something I have missed or doing wrong ?

Thank you for your help.
Please ask in the M17 Thread please: Sanwa M17- New TOTL Pistol

This is the thread for non Sanwa branded (Sanwa Compatible) receivers.

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Just got the Hobbystar 482R (antenna-less) it is working perfect so far. I have the Hobbystar 471 in my buggy and I havenít had any issues with it after a couple months of racing.
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