JR R1222 12 Channel DSM2 PowerSafe Receiver

0 Tomans

JR R1222 DSM2 2.4 GHz 12-channel PowerSafe Receiver This is a new in the box JR R1222 DSM2 2.4 GHz 12-channel “PowerSafe” receiver with four separate remote receivers and dual battery inputs. A “fail-on” switch guards against switch failures. 16 gauge battery input leads insure low voltage drop under load. The receiver includes a data output port for use with “Flight Log” or telemetry systems. This receiver will work with any Spektrum or JR DSM2/DSMX transmitter. Check my feedback and buy with confidence. Thanks!


Product Description

A comprehensive safety network all in one package Employing the PowerSafe battery system, the JR R1222 12 channel receiver incorporates redundant, dual-battery leads for use with battery systems up to 10 volts. In addition, technology like patented DuaLinkfrequencies (two redundant frequencies) and patented MultiLink receivers (up to four receivers can be employed in different parts of the aircraft to eliminate path diversity and blocking issues) assure the user with a comprehensive safety network on a variety of levels – all in one, neat small package. The R1222 also employs the QuickConnect instant voltage recovery system. In the unlikely event your voltage should ever drop below 3.5 volts, control is restored as soon as voltage returns. JR R1222 12 Channel Receiver Features: 12-channel DSM2 PowerSafe receiver 4 remote receivers included Includes 9″, 12″, 24″ and 36″ length remote receiver extensions Patented MultiLink technology Patented DuaLink technology Dual 16AWG battery input leads with EC3 connectors for high current applications Includes fail-on soft switch Two types of fail-safe: SmartSafe and preprogrammed fail-safe Flight Log compatible Specs: Type: 12-channel DSM2 PowerSafe receiver # of Channels: 12 Modulation: DSM2 Band: 2.4GHz; Resolution: 2048 Dimensions (WxLxH): 1.48 x 2.1 x.628 in Weight: 1.6 oz Voltage Range: 6 – 10V


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “JR R1222 12 Channel DSM2 PowerSafe Receiver”