Airtronics 92104 10-Ch 2.4G Receiver - For use with the AIRTRONICS SD-10G (only) Length: 1.95" (49.5mm)
Width: 1.05" (26.7mm)
Height: .6" (15mm)
Weight - WITH antennnas and the case: .53oz (15g)
Input Voltage (4-6 cell Ni-Cd/MH type battery), 4.8-7.2v nominal voltage, 2 cell Li-FE/A123 6.6v nominal voltage, and 2S Li-PO/Ion 7.4v Nominal voltage
The Airtronics 92104 Receiver - Small, Light, Reliable
The 10-ch Airtronics 2.4Ghz Receiver for the SD-10G (No. 92104) is one of the smallest 10-channel receivers ever offered in the hobby industry. This receiver is no bigger than the Airtronics 2.4Ghz 8-channel RDS8000 receiver and actually lighter!
Airtronics has also used their industry-first antenna/extension system (developed originally on the RDS8000 receiver in 2007) which allows maximum flexibility for installation. You can always position the antennas in the optimum position for your application, including carbon fuselages!
When you're talking receivers, smaller is better and this 10-ch receiver is simply TINY. And, it does not require satellite receivers to acheive full range.
This receiver is only compatible with the SD-10G 2.4Ghz transmitter. This receiver is compatible with Airtronics Z-Plug and others with the same wiring order and plug shape/size.
Additional information About the Receiver - SD-10G (only) FHSS-3 10-ch 2.4GHz
For Immediate Release: referencing: FH3 10CH Receiver - 2S Li-Po, Item No: 92104
April 2010 Announcement:
Sanwa Engineers Approve 92104 10CH Receiver's 2S Li-Po Rating
Details: After months of testing and re-testing, Sanwa Engineers have given the OK for the 92104 10CH Receiver to be used with a 2S Li-PO direct.
Originally the receiver was only rated for the 4.8v to 6.6v nominal voltage range (4 cell Ni-MH to 2s Li-FE/A123 cells). However, after testing the receiver in a variety of environments, we're happy to announce that this receiver maintains it's stability even at higher voltage input. 2S Li-PO input voltage does not void the warranty and will not reduce the life, performance, range, or stability of this receiver.
This is a modification of the original voltage range ratings. The receiver was originally designed to be stable in a wide range of voltages. However, Sanwa engineers were originally concerned that this higher voltage range could cause instability of the 2.4GHz section or premature failure of the receiver. The 92104 Receiver is now proven to maintain its performance with 2S Li-PO input.
Please note that many new servos including some Airtronics servos are now designed for 7.4V. These include the new 94910 and 94911 HVS Digital Servos. Please consult your servo manufacturer's specifications before using 2 cell Li-PO packs.