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

Will
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Nov 15 2016 (about 2 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.
James Williams
Average Rating: 5
Monday, Mar 13 2017 (about a year 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!
P. Kong
Average Rating: 5
Wednesday, Feb 21 2018 (11 months 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.