Sanwa/Airtronics RX-47T 2.4GHz FHSS-4 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver

Sanwa/Airtronics RX-47T 2.4GHz FHSS-4 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver
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Sanwa RX-47T 2.4GHz FHSS-4 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver. 

Features:

  • 2.4GHz FHSS4 Spread Spectrum System 4CH
  • Telemetry-Compatible
  • SSL-Compatible (SUPER VORTEX ESC etc.)
  • Super Response (SSR) Mode Compatible
  • Lightest weight in the same class receivers

Specifications:
Frequency: 2.4GHz FHSS4
Channel: 4CH
Nominal Input Voltage: 3.7-7.4V
Dimensions: 30.0x23.3x14.0mm
Weight: 6.6g
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

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Nov 15 2016 (about 4 years ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics RX-47T 2.4GHz FHSS-4 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver
Nice small footprint receiver. Been 100% reliable in my 22 3.0 for a few months now. Allows me to mount my electronics down the center without using a lopro servo. Response is as good, if not quicker than my RX-461. Those of you wondering where you plug in telemetry sensors... you can't. This requires a Sanwa ESC like the Vortex Zero in order to have telemetry functionality. Also allows for programming of the Sanwa ESC from a compatible radio. Expensive, but sadly is relatively reasonable compared to other Sanwa receivers like the 462. Definitely recommended if you are a Sanwa driver.
Monday, Mar 13 2017 (about 4 years ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics RX-47T 2.4GHz FHSS-4 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver
I have a couple of these I'm using with a Sanwa MT-44. They are tiny, fast, and work great. Pretty much the same receiver as the RX-472. The main difference is the RX-472 supports FHSS3 (older controllers) and FH4T; whereas this only supports FH4T.

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!
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jan 13 2021 (5 months ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics RX-47T 2.4GHz FHSS-4 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver
Excellent replacement for my RX-482 that came with my MT-S I use in my RC8B3.
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.
Wednesday, Feb 21 2018 (about 3 years ago)
Sanwa/Airtronics RX-47T 2.4GHz FHSS-4 4-Channel Telemetry Receiver
The difference between RX-47T and RX-472 is the lack of support for both FHSS3 and SSL (Sanwa Synchronized Link) in the RX-47T. If you don't use these functions, the RX-47T receiver is a great deal.