Airtronics RX-462 2.4GHz FHSS-4T 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver (MT-4) w/Battery Meter

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NOTE: The Airtronics RX-462 has been replaced by the Sanwa RX-462 (SNW107A41095A). These two receivers are identical in features, form and function, the only difference is the brand name. 

This is the Airtronics RX-462 2.4GHz FHSS-4T 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver with Battery Meter. The RX-462 is a "Super Response" telemetry receiver that is used with the Airtronics MT-4 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.

In addition to providing telemetry readings for two temperature sources, RPM and receiver battery voltage, when used with an electric powered vehicle the RX-462 receiver is capable of reading the voltage of your vehicles motor battery, so you can monitor the battery voltage in real time during use.

This receiver is currently compatible only with the Airtronics MT-4 2.4GHz FHSS-4T transmitter.. It is not compatible with Airtronics 2.4GHz FHSS-2 or FHSS-3 transmitters. In addition, due to differences in the implementation of 2.4GHz technology among different manufacturers, this receiver is not compatible with any other transmitter brands.

92011 (RX-462) Telemetry
Frequency/Modulation: 2.4GHz/FHSS-4T
Nominal Input Voltage: 4.8V - 7.4V
Weight: 0.38oz (10.8g)
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 July 15, 2013.

Carl V
Sunday, Dec 8 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Airtronics RX-462 2.4GHz FHSS-4T 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver (MT-4)
I run this receiver on my short course truck. I'm currently monitoring both the motor and ESC temps as well as the battery voltage. Yes, this is overkill, but I like knowing how the truck's electronics are doing. You can set the thresholds for each temp and voltage. One time it alerted me that the ESC temp was climbing really fast and I found out that the ESC's cooling fan was jammed with debris. Unfortunately, if it weren't for the state-side pricing, I'd give this 5-stars.