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 Post subject: Re: SRXL2 Technology
PostPosted: Wed 12. Feb 2020 21:57:12 
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If it transmits all the channels needed I would have to say that the AR6610t would be enough for a 700 sized heli. Thoughts?


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 Post subject: Re: SRXL2 Technology
PostPosted: Wed 12. Feb 2020 23:47:47 
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I just talked to Horizon and asked if the ar6610t receiver alone is enough for a 700 sized heli. The guy I asked did not know so they put me on hold for 15 minutes and they all discussed it and said it is a full range receiver and is plenty on its own. They suggested a remote receiver if the receiver were to be placed inside a carbon fuselage plane and the antenna from the receiver did not make it far enough away from the fuselage. So a single receiver at 70.00 is about the same as two remote receivers.


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 Post subject: Re: SRXL2 Technology
PostPosted: Wed 12. Feb 2020 23:52:13 
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So my question now is can the top SRXL2 port on the AR6610t be used to connect to the Spirit?
Looks like this cable would work by moving the signal wire to the AIL pin.

https://www.horizonhobby.com/spma3066


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 Post subject: Re: SRXL2 Technology
PostPosted: Thu 13. Feb 2020 22:27:28 
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Can the SPM4651t plus your SRXL2 adapter provides telemtry data as the old spm4649t does?


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 Post subject: Re: SRXL2 Technology
PostPosted: Fri 14. Feb 2020 8:21:01 
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AR6610t can be connected with Jeti integration cable directly. No SRXL2 adapter is needed there.

All SRXL2 receivers will allow telemetry and integration features.

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 Post subject: Re: SRXL2 Technology
PostPosted: Fri 14. Feb 2020 16:00:32 
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So what pins does the jeti integration cable connect to on AR6610T?
I do understand where they go on the spirit.
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 Post subject: Re: SRXL2 Technology
PostPosted: Fri 14. Feb 2020 20:33:33 
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Looking at the rx at the servo connection end the 3 pins on the left which are marked Bind/Prog/SRLX would connect to the Spirit...So if you already have a SPM4649t you can just unplug the jeti cable and plug straight into the AR6610t...


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 Post subject: Re: SRXL2 Technology
PostPosted: Sat 15. Feb 2020 1:26:44 
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Yea I just git it today. The side of that port is actually labeled +-S so that cleared up my question. Thanks for your help.


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 Post subject: Re: SRXL2 Technology
PostPosted: Sat 15. Feb 2020 16:30:54 
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Yes, you are right.

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