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Old 12-17-2002, 08:04 PM
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Saying its full range, does that mean that I could put the 610M in say a turbine, If I wanted to, that the kind of range im wanting I dont want nothing that will go only 1000 ft and quit. See my LHS ordered a 610M instead of a R600 that why,m this 610 will do the job if it has the range that anything else has even though its for small planes.

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Old 12-17-2002, 08:31 PM
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I would not recommend the 610 for turbine use. For turbine use, I would recommend PCM only. The 649, 955, or 945 would be my recommendation for that application.
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Old 12-17-2002, 08:43 PM
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I know it would not be for turbine use but does It have the range?
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It is a full range receiver in its application.
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Sorry for the confusion but its application is park flyers right so It could not be used on a .40 or .60 sied airplane? And also you you know the range in feet or miles??


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It is for park flyers, though I've seen them used in sailplanes and some small glow aircraft. The range is out of sight, there is no real distance I can provide in operation.
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Thanks for this information, would you think it would be safe to put in a Lt-40 for just a knock around plane, it will be flying as high as you could possible see somtimes and as low, so what do you think. Maybe as far as 3000 ft away
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Provided there are no problems with any of the equipment that should be fine. Do a good range test first though. Here is a good article written up for range testing. http://horizon.hobbyshopnow.com/articles/1079.asp
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Thanks, all the equipment is new and an electrodynamics 1000Mah batter is in plcae, Im going to treat this receiver like any other one with full range capabilitys.
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