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|Product Description||Stock #||Web Page||Fact Sheet||Instructions/Manual||YouTube Video|
|TTX300 3-Ch SLT||TACJ0300||✓||✓||✓|
|TTX402 Micro 4-Ch SLT||TACJ2402|
|TTX403 4-Ch Mini SLT||TACJ2403||✓||✓|
|TTX410 4-Ch SLT||TACJ2410||✓||✓||✓|
|TTX610 6-Ch SLT||TACJ2610||✓||✓||✓|
|TTX650 6-Ch SLT Computer||TACJ2650||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|TTX810 8-Ch SLT Computer||TACJ2810||✓|
|TR324 3-Ch SLT Surface||TACL0324||✓||✓|
|TR424 4-Ch SLT||TACL0424||✓||✓|
|TR624 6-Ch SLT||TACL0624||✓|
|TR625 6-Ch Twin Antenna Receiver||TACL0625||✓||✓||✓|
|4-Ch Receiver/ESC/Servo Combo||TACL1424||✓||✓|
2013 Tactic Catalog: Clicking here will take you straight to a PDF you can download and look through anytime you like.
The SLT protocol not only makes Tactic radios dependable; it makes Transmitter-Ready (Tx-R) aircraft possible. All Tx-R aicraft have an SLT receiver onboard — a fact that opens up a world of options for you.
To start with, it means that you can fly any aircraft with an SLT receiver (including all Tx-R aircraft) with a Tactic flight transmitter or any another transmitter that uses the SLT protocol. And it's easy to tell the transmitters that do; just look for the SLT graphic on the transmitter case.