HUBSAN 4-Channel, 2.4GHz Transmitter (TX) for X4 H107L & H107C Quadcopter
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- Transmitter (TX) for X4 H107L & H107C Quadcopter
- Compatible also with Hubsan H111 Q4 and Estes Proto X
- 4-Channel, 2.4GHz Wireless Link
- LCD Displays Trim Settings and Data
- LED Indicates Binding
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The Hubsan 4-Channel, 2.4GHz Transmitter (TX) is compatible with the X4 H107C palm-sized quadcopter. It is for BNF (Bind-n-Fly) versions of the X4 H107C, that is versions that do not include a transmitter, or can serve as a replacement should the original get lost or damaged. The transmitter supports Mode 1 and Mode 2 stick configurations. Mode 2 is the more commonly used in the U.S., though many international users may be more accustomed to flying in Mode 1. -LCD info screen displays: remaining battery, stick trim settings, and other data- -Supports Mode 1 and Mode 2 stick configurations- -Adjustable rudder, elevator, and aileron trim to- compensate for drift- -Red/green LED indicates proper binding with receiver (RX)- -Powers using 4x AA batteries-
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I've given it 5 stars because overall it is an excellent product, worth buying and delivered quickly and impeccably packaged by this supplier.
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-Digital display and color-changing LED status light, with a lot of information. When trimming the display will show trim levels (in a two-digit percent, 50 being middle). Also shows connection status, battery status, and more.
-Tons of features. Click the right stick to switch between low and high rate (aka trick mode), also calibrates gyros (hold the left stick in bottom-right, wiggle right stick), and more! (switches between mode 1 and mode 2)
-4 independent trim settings, one for each joystick axis.
-Long sticks with textured ends for a good degree of accuracy/grip.
-Springs are strong enough to pop sticks back to neutral quickly, but aren't so hard so they don't tire your fingers.
-Also compatible with many non-Hubsan models, such as the Estes Proto/Syncro lines.
-With 4 AA batteries, this controller should run for a long time between switching batteries.
-Comfortable grip, the controller is a nice size and shape for most hands.
Really there's nothing to complain about here. This is a great controller, and the only possible areas I could suggest for improvement would increase the cost- for example, a rubberized grip might be nice, but to keep the device cost down, I'm fine without it.
came with my Proto X, so this fit the bill very nicely. Not to mention the additional features available over the stock
TX. I do plan on purchasing an X4, just not at this time.
My mini-quadcopter can actually do banking turns and flips when using this remote. You'll want to look up the user's manual online on how to access these features - the product does not include any documentation in the box.
The sticks feel cheap and aren't very comfortable.
4 AAA batteries are not included.