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HobbyKing® ™ GT-2 2.4Ghz Receiver 3Ch

HobbyKing® ™ GT-2 2.4Ghz Receiver 3Ch

HobbyKing® ™ GT-2  2.4Ghz Receiver 3Ch
Model: Car/Boat
Channels: 3ch
Frequency band: 2.4Ghz
Modulation: GFSK
Sensitivity: 1024
RF. receiver sensitivity: -100dbm
Fail Safe: Yes
Power: 4.5~6VDC
Weight: 5g
Antenna length: 26mm
Size: 37.6 x 22.3 x 13mm
CE & FCC certified



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Weight: 19g
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Dustin  1 points - 8/14/2015
Will this work with a Turnigy GTX3 ?
 DAJARAJA 546 points
Hi Dustin,google= RC NA VEIA - How to bind the GTX3 and HK GT-2 Receiver English version .don't credit happy to help:)
 WANDRI 3 points
Yes Dustin, its work correctly. I had been replaced receiver of my GTX3 with it.
René  1 points - 8/6/2015
dé*sole mais je n'ai pas reç*u de mode d' emploi pour le ré*cepteur est il possible de connecter le ré*cepteur HK GT2E avec l'é*metteur quanum 2.4 ghz Merci de bien vouloir me ré*pondre a l' adresse mail rene.wauters.rene*gmail**** Merci d' avance Wauters René*
Ral fRotten  2279 points - 8/3/2015
When using this Rx in planes, use the tube provided and poke the tube up and outside your plane, this gives best possible range clear of wiring, carbon and metal work, I use this in a small 50mm edf sabre, never had a range issue, just make sure your aerial is up and clear of the plane
 NewToHobbyKing 16115 points
Ral the TUBE is that Plastic or Carbon?
 Ral fRotten 2279 points
It's plastic, if it was carbon you would get no signal through it! don't put your aerial in a carbon tube or you will get hardly any range at all!!!! the tube supplied with the Rx is plastic, only use the one supplied! it has fail safe on the 3rd channel but that is only usefull for a nitro/fuel plane, an electric plane which loses signal your ESC will shut the power off anyway, so failsafe is useless on an electric plane. look in the file area I've just put a few pics of my sabre in showing how I mounted the Rx's aerial, I can fly this small jet as far as I can see it with no signal loss.
 NewToHobbyKing 16115 points
OK it looks like CARBON.
garry  1 points - 7/8/2015
I have just received a Bat 1 land yacht with a Hk-Gt2B transmitter and receiver and as new to rc can you please tell me where and which way round the wires go into the receiver. The instructions are in black and white! Thanks
 anikeev 1386 points
You need to connect rudder and throttle to ch1 and ch2. Just try throttle to ch1 or ch2 to understand what channel should be used. polarity shown as on receiver: signal, hot, ground. Even if you connect it wrong way - nothing will burned or damaged.
 Ral fRotten 2279 points
If you look at the top of the sticker on the Rx you will see the code, "S positive negative" so when you plug your servo in the black wire which is negative goes to the outside terminal, as for throttle, it's normally on the 3rd position, you need to move it to one of the other positions when binding, once bound you then move it back to 3rd position, some Tx's will have throttle on 1st position.
Mike  4 points - 6/25/2015
I fried my HKTR6A V2 receiver. Will this be compatible as a replacement? I only need 3 channels.
 NewToHobbyKing 16115 points
Mike any where " Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2 (SKU: HK-T6A-V2)" will work the "HobbyKing®* ™* GT-2 2.4Ghz Receiver 3Ch (SKU: HK-GT2_RX)" will work but the 3 ch Receiver is only meant for surface models. The range is less. About 200m in a park flyer!
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Bind the HK-GT2 3ch 2.4 GHz with the Turnigy 9X V
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11 thumbs up!
Nice compact rx. Runs fine off a 4.8V ni-cd pack. Binds easily with the GT2 transmitter, although I did feel I needed an extra hand to press the bind button while powering on the tx. All is good and works great!
Will buy 2 more to kit out my entire "fleet".

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5 thumbs up!
Seems to be identical to other brands like FlySky, ...
I've tested it successfully w/ a GT-3 Tx, available elsewhere (equipped w/ the actual v3 tx-module).

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2 thumbs up!
I have two of these little buggers already and have now ordered two more. The Rx is basically made for car/boats, but can under certain circumstances be used for small planes on a small field and no bystanders (only one antenna). The antenna is 26mm as stated in the RX specs. but the cord is totally 180mm, which makes it easy get the antenna position right. Right price too. Now we are waiting for HK GT-3!!!!

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2 thumbs up!
Bought 5 of theese receivers... All of them are running with Yamara CCX Pro without any problems.. Binding was easily ( have a look to the video here) Would buy again , recommend this article.

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2 thumbs up!
I have found that the HK GT2 works well I compared it with a 3 channel eurgle receiver they both have about the same range or apox 290 metre I would not take it pass this as they both lost signal at 300 metres and i found the HK GT2 slightly better so at the price I think they are pretty good value for small park flyers.I paid about $8 for the Eurgle from R2 hobbys,will be getting more soon.

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