Spektrum RC SR310 DSMR/DSM2 3-Channel Sport Receiver

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SPMSR310
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This is the Spektrum SR310 DSMR 3-Channel Sport Receiver. Bashing, boating or rock crawling, the SR310 receiver can handle the worst nature and the RF environment can throw at it. Itís built around frequency-agile, DSMR technology that delivers superb range and response, especially in places where a lot of 2.4GHz systems are in use at once. This unbeatable signal security is complemented by a fuel-proof case and a waterproof Reliakote coating that seals internal electronics from the elements and other corrosives, like nitro methane and motor spray.

Features:

  • Frequency-agile DSMR 2.4GHz technology
  • Outputs for steering, throttle and one auxiliary channel
  • Perfect for land or marine applications
  • Fuel-proof case
  • Reliakote waterproof coating on electronics
  • Compatible with DSMR and DSM2 surface transmitters

Specifications:
Type:
Surface
# of Channels:
3
Modulation:
DSMR/DSM2
Band:
2.4GHz
Length:
1.4 in (35.8mm)
Width:
0.9 in (23.6mm)
Height:
0.6 in (14.3mm)
Weight:
0.3 oz (8.8g)
Voltage Range:
3.5 - 9.6V
Antenna Length:
8.27 in (210mm) coaxial
Experience Level:
Beginner



This product was added to our catalog on February 11, 2015.

James Williams
Verified Owner
Friday, Oct 14 2016 (about a year ago)
Spektrum RC SR310 DSMR/DSM2 3-Channel Sport Receiver
Summary: This is a great receiver for bashing or racing.

If you need a 2-3 channel receiver this is just fine. It has the new DSMR technology that helps solve a lot of the 'Spektrum Issues' people have had in the past. It binds to my DX4R at 11ms. Can you tell a difference between the 5.5ms and 11ms? Sure in some cases, I find it to be a non-issue.

If you take a few precautions. Such as mounting your antenna off of the chassis, using a good servo tape such as the clear silicone kind so it has minimal vibrations, don't pinch / cut the antenna, have a stable BEC, don't use an overly power hungry servo such as a Savox, etc.. you will have no issues. If I had one complaint it's fairly large compared to the competition.

If you have a 3 wire transponder and plan on using the Bind port to power it; you will need to remove the white wire from the connector. The White wire is unnecessary for the functioning of the transponder (it's for telemetry data) so it feeds a signal back to the receiver. If you leave the white wire the transponder it will try to put the receiver in Bind mode and you will have issues.)