SR2010 Micro 2-Channel 2.4GHz Waterproof DSMR Receiver by Spektrum RC
This product was added to our catalog on March 7, 2017.
The SR2010 is the DSMR receiver of choice for racers who demand low latency and lightweight. Built around frequency-agile DSMR technology, the SR2010 features a robust RF solution which distinguishes it as the next evolution in Spektrum Micro Race Receivers.
The SR2010 will consistently deliver superb range and a lightning-fast 5.5 ms frame rates, even in places where a lot of 2.4GHz systems are in use at once. It's incredibly small footprint makes it easy to mount on most any chassis. Plus, you get the extra protection of a waterproof Reliakote conformal coating that seals its electronics from the elements and other corrosives like nitro methane or motor spray.
- Requires a DSMR transmitter capable of a 5.5ms frame rate.
- For complete details on waterproof standards, please refer to the product instruction manual.
- Improved antenna design optimizes RF signal strength
- Reliakote water-resistant coating provides electronics with protection from water, fuel and motor spray
- Compact, fuelproof case and lightweight design allow for installation in nearly any car or truck
- Equipped with the DSMR frequency-agile surface protocol
- Micro size
- Fastest response rate (5.5ms frame rate)
- Ultra lightweight
- Antenna tube holder built right into the receiver case
- 1-Year Limited Warranty
# of Channels: 3 (2 in 5.5ms mode)
Length: 1.00 in (25.5mm)
Width: 0.70 in (17.6mm)
Height: 0.50 in (13.6mm)
Weight: 2.0 oz (5.5g)
Voltage Range: 3.5-9.6v
Antenna Length: 93mm
- Aux channel: The Aux channel can operate as a 3rd servo channel, or as a power supply for a personal transponder. If 5.5ms frame rate is selected in the transmitter, only two channels, Steering and Throttle, are operational. The Aux channel can be used to power a personal transponder or lights. If a frame rate other than 5.5ms is selected, the Aux channel will operate as a 3rd servo channel.
- IMPORTANT: When using the receiver with a DSMR transmitter, you must re-bind any time you change the frame rate in the transmitter.