SR415 4-Channel DSMR Sport Surface Receiver by Spektrum RC

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This is the Spektrum SR415 4-Channel DSMR Sport Surface Receiver. Bashers, boaters, rock crawlers—the SR415 receiver is ideal for anyone wanting a sport receiver that can handle the worst nature and the RF environment can throw at it. It's 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:

  • 4 Channels (Steering, Throttle, Aux 1, and Aux 2 output)
  • Waterproof† Reliakote™ protects the electronic components from water.
  • Improved range and reliability with DSMR™
  • Brownout Protection prevents the receiver from shutting off in the event the voltage from the receiver drops off due to load.
Specifications:
Type
: Surface
# of Channels: 4
Modulation: DSM2, DSMR
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

*For complete details on waterproof standards, please refer to the product instruction manual.

This product was added to our catalog on August 27, 2015.

James Williams
Sunday, Nov 27 2016 (1 week ago)
Spektrum RC SR415 4-Channel DSMR Sport Surface Receiver
Summary: This is a great receiver for bashing or racing. Slightly larger than the SR410 it replaces. If you need a 2-4 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.