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Old 15-04-2011
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Default spektrum DX3R voltage ?

what's the lowest batteries voltage before the spektrum DX3R switch itself off???
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Old 15-04-2011
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I believe it's just under 4 that it cuts off.
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Old 16-04-2011
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You get an audible warning at 3.8volts
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At around 3.4V it stops transmitting (but it won't switch off - the display is still active).

I think 3.3V is the lowest voltage I ever saw on the screen so it probably switches the display off at 3.2V.

You can set the warning to whatever voltage you like.

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thanx guys ,i just want to set the warning in a way to get the most from the batteries.
will set it between 3.5v and 4v.
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Default Slightly off topic but related to the 3r

Am I right in thinking that the SR3100 is the only DSM2 receiver for use with the 3r?


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