6L Sport
2.4GHz T-FHSS Mono 6-Channel Air System

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Features

  • Futaba's T-FHSS Mono Directional 6-channel Air system
  • R3106GF high voltage receiver with failsafe
  • Built in, full range antenna for a sleek design
  • V-Tail, elevon, and flaperon mixing
  • 2-position switch and rotary dial
  • Servo reversing
  • Low battery alarm
  • Buddy box capabilities
  • Range check
  • Mode 1 or Mode 2

2.4GHz T-FHSS Mono
6L Sport 2.4GHz T-FHSS Mono 6-Channel Air System FUTK5000




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Stock # System Band Receiver Servo(s)
FUTK5000 6L T-FHSS Mono 2.4GHz R3106GF

Requirements:

  • 4 "AA" batteries
  • Servos

Transmitter Specifications:

Type
2-stick, T-FHSS Mono Directional 2.4GHz System
Transmitting Frequency
2.4GHz band
Channels
6
System
T-FHSS (Mono Dircetional), no telemetry
Power Supply
4 "AA" cells (required)
Low Battery Alarm
Yes
Mixes
Elevon, V-Tail, Flaperon
Modulation
Futaba T-FHSS Mono AIR
Receiver
R3106GF (Included)
Switches
1
Telemetry
No
Trainer Connector
Student Only
Trims
4 Analog
Dials
1
Frequency
2.4GHz

Receiver Specifications:

R3106GF 2.4GHz T-FHSS Air (Mono directional)
Type
T-FHSS Air (Mono directional)-2.4GHz system, no telemetry
Power requirement
4.8V-7.4V battery or regulated output from ESC, etc.
Dimensions
1.7 x 0.98 x 0.35 in (43.1 x 25.0 x 8.8 mm)
Weight
0.3 oz (7.8g)


6L Sport Manual



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