Sanwa/Airtronics M12 transmitter

Sanwa/Airtronics have introduced the M12, the new flagship transmitter which will replace the famous and very successful M11 unit. The new M12 claims to feature super high speed response (SSR) to the point where there is instant reaction to the drivers input for the ultimate driving feel. The new system also allows you to program the D/R settings to allow you to change trim or a curve in an instant to react to the changing conditions. The transmitter has also been made significantly lighter compared to its predecessor thanks to changes to the radio’s internal structure. Finally the M12 allows you to integrate a telemetry function to record your throttle and steering inputs and with extra sensors to recorder the RPM, voltage, temperature and further inputs.

Source: Sanwa [sanwa-denshi.co.jp]

Categories - Airtronics, Products, Radio Equipment, Sanwa

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Comments

1. rc-geek - April 28th, 2012 at 21:17

still no backlight?

2. Serzoni - April 30th, 2012 at 05:11

What are you talking about? Airtronics’ top of the line radios have all been backlit since the special edition blue M8. The M11 even allowed you to choose what color you wanted (blue/white).

3. Joeshmo - May 1st, 2012 at 07:01

I think hes reffering to no back light on the mt-4.

4. Patrick MRX5 - May 3rd, 2012 at 23:28

The MT4 doesn’t have backlight, the M11X does have a backlight and also quite a beautifull display.
Hope the M12 will have a backlight display or that would be a major disadvantage.
I also hope it will have the turn and push wheel that the MT4 uses for controlling the menus. That works great.

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