Airtronics RX-461 2.4GHz Telemetry Receiver (MT-4)

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NOTE: The Airtronics RX-461 has been replaced by the Sanwa RX-461 (SNW107A41044A). These two receivers are identical in feature, form and function. There may be differences in the included accessories, but the receiver is the same.  

This is the Airtronics 2.4GHz RX-461 Telemetry Receiver. The RX-461 2.4GHz FHSS-4T receiver (AIR92010) is a Super Response, Telemetry-capable receiver that is used with the Airtronics MT-4 2.4GHz FHSS-4T transmitter. This receiver supports Airtronics Telemetry and features an extremely low latency time and high frame rate, which makes you feel more connected to your model than ever!

NOTE: This receiver is only compatible with Airtronics Telemetry radios such as the MT-4. It is not compatible with FHSS-2 or FHSS-3 Transmitters.

Frequency/Modulation: 2.4GHz
Nominal Input Voltage: 4.8v - 7.4v
Weight: 0.34oz (9.6g)
Dimensions: 1.43x1.04x0.64" (36.2x26.5x16.3mm)
Fail Safe Support: Yes (All Channels Programmable)
Receiver Battery Fail Safe Support: Yes (3.5v - 7.4v)

This product was added to our catalog on April 22, 2011.

Donn Chupp
Thursday, Dec 17 2015 (11 months ago)
Airtronics RX-461 2.4GHz Telemetry Receiver (MT-4)
Second day of use rx case shattered at retainer clips. Case is very thin, still works. Sent rx for warranty, hope it doesn't take forever to come back. Love the radio though. Update to original review: After 4 weeks recieved my receiver back only to discover the new case is cracked in two places. Not happy about that at all. After two days trying to get through to talk with someone they agreed to send me another top and bottom case. Only took two days from Cali to Indiana. Now I hope new case holds up. Will give an extra star.
Brandon B
Saturday, Jan 30 2016 (10 months ago)
Airtronics RX-461 2.4GHz Telemetry Receiver (MT-4)
Receiver works good, I wouldn't recommend using the switch they provide though. I had issues with it cutting in and out after a bit of use. The Rx case is also pretty fragile. The bottom half cracked in a couple spots just from being inside the rx case in my truggy. I'd reccomend using a few layers of double sided tape to give it a little extra cushion. Other than that it's a good, reliable receiver and has a very quick response time. Going from the rx-46- to the fh2 rx-37w I could notice the 461 definitely felt faster and more responsive.