Sanwa RX-47T 2.4GHz FHSS-4 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver.
- 2.4GHz FHSS4 Spread Spectrum System 4CH
- SSL-Compatible (SUPER VORTEX ESC etc.)
- Super Response (SSR) Mode Compatible
- Lightest weight in the same class receivers
Frequency: 2.4GHz FHSS4
Nominal Input Voltage: 3.7-7.4V
Compatible radio: M12S, M12, EXZES ZZ, EXZES Z, MT-4S, MT-4 (non-Compatible with SSL), MT-S
NOTE: Combination of MT-4 and SUPER VORTEX (ZERO/TYPE-D) is not compatible with SSL function. But without troublesome sensor, you can receive telemetry data.
This product was added to our catalog on September 6, 2016
Bonus; I can read my receiver voltage from my radio without any add-ons; that's handy for nitro racing. I know its telemetry but my experience with Futaba and Spektrum radios you normally need sensors. Even Sanwa has the RX-462 that has a voltage sensor wire; so I wasn't expecting it to read receiver voltage, but it does!
Had to replace the 482 (and still three others) because the signal is terrible with those antenna-less receivers. Drive near one little bush or a little bump in the ground from no more than 50 ft away and it looses the signal. The 47T has no trouble from so far away I can barely see it anymore.
I see the 47T as a huge upgrade.
I still have 3 more RX-482s to replace all mounted in different brands of cars and the signal loss is the same with all of them and everything I own is nitro. Still not sure if that has anything to do with it but I've read the 482s are great at the track. I don't have a track here, just miles of desert and this 47T is perfect for it.
Too bad Amain doesn't sell the MT-S without a rx.