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Turnigy 3XS FHSS 2.4GHz 3 Channel Radio System

Turnigy 3XS FHSS 2.4GHz 3 Channel Radio System
Turnigy 3XS FHSS 2.4GHz 3 Channel Radio System

 The Turnigy 3XS features a large, easy to read back-lit LCD, a quick access jog wheel for function selection and programming, 15 model memory, steering wheel extension as standard and a host of programming features normally only found on expensive "high-end" radios.

The 3XS not only looks great, it feels great in your hands, which is what really counts when it comes to surface radios. The ergonomics have been very well thought out on this one making all the functions such as Steering/Throttle trims easily accessible while operating your model. No need to take your hands off of the wheel or throttle trigger to make adjustments on the go!

This radio system is compatible with and includes the HK3100 3CH FHSS receiver. This receiver is compact and lightweight allowing you to install it in just about any model's radio compartment.

Features:
• EPA adjustment
• Sub trim
• Dual rates
• Servo reversing
• Programmable steering curve
• Programmable throttle curve
• ABS (anti-lock braking)
• 15 model memory
• Programmable steering/throttle speed
• Throttle hold function
• Integrated timer

Specs:
Transmitter;

Channels: 3
RF Type: 2.4GHz FHSS
Weight: 350g (without batteries)
Power: 4 x AA batteries
Receiver;
Channels: 3
RF Type: 2.4GHz FHSS
Operating Voltage: 4.5~5.5V <30mA
Dimensions: 33 x 19 x 12mm
Weight: 9g

Required:
4 x AA battery

 



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Total of 179 discussions.
mando  7 points - 12/3/2014
 
Does any one have tried 6 volts for receiver?
lillejon  45 points - 12/2/2014
 
How are channel 3 working? Do it have a switch with neutral? Thinking to use this channel on my winch in my crawler
 reset-leo 97 points
Unfortunately, it's only a 2-position switch.
Richard  4 points - 11/29/2014
 
Does anyone know if this radio is compatible with the Rx that comes with the Atomic AMZ mini-z compatible RC car? Atomic says that it uses FHSS. Is the HK 3100 RX the only compatible receiver for this Tx?
Greg  1 points - 11/7/2014
 
There is a connection in the battery compartment for a battery, other than the 4 x AA. It uses a servo style connector. Can any one tell me what type of battery can be used?
Sdp300  12 points - 10/28/2014
 
I have two questions? How come with every car or truck i bind this too I have to have the throttle switched to rev. Why does the steering have to be switched to reverse as well in some vechicles? Thx all for help.
 Sebert@AK 22 points
1) steering servo can be mounted facing front or backbackwards or layed on one side or another depending on the model .... so its not a uncommon to have steering reversed. it doesnt effect performance of the servo being reversed 2) basically same goes for motors and how they are mounted....if they are gas then throttle and braking are controled by a servo similar to the steering
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drtowns
23 likes
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Not perfect, but I like it. Mine has a couple of problems. Random reboot when making adjustments with the jog wheel, does not happen when driving around. Sometimes does not power on, sometimes hangs during boot up.
Programming is easy. Nice screen and backlight. Bonus only 4 AA battery required. Looks like 2S lipo or ion will be ok. Has futaba style servo header inside battery compartment, maybe for firmware update?
Overall its ok, has potential to be a really good radio.


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shaun
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transmitter is ok but not that good battery housing is cheap screen is hard to read and the transmitter dosnt feel good to hold but then on saying all this its not bad for the money the receiver is tiny so good if you need it small !!!!


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tantoh84
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waiting for this TX,,, hose good tx than HK310


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ofusiono
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Just had a chance to do a few test runs on this transmitter and overall I am happy with it. Quickly here are my impressions. First the negatives; the roller on the back of the transmitter feels extremely cheap and is not very accurate when trying to select particular items in the menus. The software itself is not all that intuitive either but for the few times you'll have to go in and change the setup on your vehicle it does the trick (I have not had any problems with my transmitter rebooting). I wish they had of put the back button beside the roller instead on top of the transmitter as it seems out of place when changing menus. As for the positives; Decent feel overall, light weight largely in part to the fact it only uses 4 AA batteries. Steering is a tad on the tight side (which I prefer) and does snap back to neutral quickly upon release. The addition of a lock button is nice however only locks out the duel rate and the steering sub trim shortcut buttons. Personally would have liked it to lock out all trim buttons. Finally the biggest positive would be the price. If your looking for a transmitter that has the same features chances are you're going to be paying at least 3 times the price of this unit.


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Ramotny
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" ": 1. larger steering angle than HK310 2. only 4 AA batteries "-": 1. low quality selector roller - not very precise work - quite annoying 2. low contrast LCD - hard to read 3. wrong "BACK" button location - shall be near roller 4. confusing Sub-Trim button on grip (shall NOT be at all) and most stupid (same like in HK310) 5. TIMER starts to count when throttle trim is moved too... that's stupid. Even if You switch Tx off and switch again with un-zero trim it immediately starts to count (U/D same)


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