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Old 06-13-2006, 11:29 AM   #1
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SR3500 DSM 3-Channel Micro Racing Rx, Surface

Weighing in at all of 6.5 grams and measuring only 1.06 x .78 x .48 inches, the new SR3500 micro receiver clearly qualifies as the world's smallest, easiest-to-install 3-channel racing receiver.

Think of it. All the no-pins, no-crystals, no-glitches, no-interference convenience and security of Spektrum's DSM 2.4GHz technology in a smaller package. Fact is, except for not featuring a telemetry section, its performance and circuitry are identical to that of our regular, race-proven SR3000 receiver. Plus the lowest latency, equal to that of the new Pro Series receivers.

The SR3500 micro racing receiver. It's affordable, it's at our dealer's now, and it's just one more good reason to join Spektrum's digital revolution.

Key Features

Only 1/3 the size of SR3000 receiver
Pro programming lowers latency 1.3ms (2.6ms when used w/Pro Module)
Lower operating voltage
Integrated voltage protector
Forward and backward compatible with all surface systems (except HRS)
Fuel and motor-spray resistant plastic

thats going into my rc18t
what's nitro

rc18t with mamba (blinged?)
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Old 06-14-2006, 08:44 AM   #2
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Has anyone tried one of these yet? I haven't seen any in our local hobby stores yet.
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Old 06-14-2006, 09:15 AM   #3
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i've got one in my Matrix 8th scale buggy, they rock, the picture really doens't do them justice to how small they really are, they are as long, as the original ones are wide, they cost a little more thgouh, but i think its well worht it,
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Old 06-14-2006, 10:00 AM   #4
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John's Hobbies has one and it is tiny, antenna is 3.6" as well. Remember is does not support telemetry though. If you are wondering, there is a jumper that you insert in the third channel (I think) to bind it to the transmitter module, since there is no bind room.
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Old 06-14-2006, 10:35 AM   #5
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the binding thing plugs into the BAT slot, its the same set up as the 6 channel park flyer one, i actually like this way better, you just got to make sure you dont loose the jumper thing, but i've got 5 now i think, between the two 6 channel ones, and the three micro ones i've gotten,

these receivers are seriously the smallest RX's i've ever seen, they also have capacitors built in so they will work in lower volatge applications like a 12th scale, where everyone was having to add a capacitor, they rock,
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