This is a 7PXR 7-channel 2.4GHz T-FHSS radio system with R334SBS by Futaba.
- T7PXR has an HVGA 4.3 inch, full-color, backlit LCD touch screen. The screen is transflective which enables both indoor and outdoor visibility.
- In addition to the T-FHSS telemetry system, we added a T-FHSS SR (Super Response) system that increased processing speed to further improve response. (SR system does not support telemetry function.)
- Software can be updated by microSD card. Model data can also be saved in a microSD card. In addition, telemetry log data can be saved.
- Model names can use up to 15 letters, numbers, and symbols, so that logical names may be used. A model memory with different setups can be created by using the model copy function.
- It is possible to update the T7PX itself in the future by NFC communication.
- A switch with both dial (DL1) and pus switch (PS6) functions.
- Brake mixing of the front and rear wheel of 1/5 gas power cars and other large cars can be adjusted independently.
- This function can be used with crawlers and other 4WS type vehicles.
- The sensitivity of Futaba car rate gyros can be adjusted from the T7PXR.
- LED lighting and flashing control using our CPS-1 channel power switch can be matched to steering and throttle operation by switch only.
- This dedicated function allows you set up the Link software so that your T7PXR can control variable frequency and other data changes in Futaba speed controllers (ESCs): MC960CR, MC950CR, MC850C, MC851C, MC602C, MC402CR, etc.
- 2.4 GHz band/ -Transmitting RF power output: 100 mW EIRP
- T-FHSS SR/T-FHSS/S-FHSS/FASST-C2
- Ni-MH NT5F1800B (6 V)
- LiFe FT2F1700BV2 (6.6 V)
- 350 mA or less (When the T-FHSS, Vibration off, back lighting on)
Note: When you turn on your 7PXR, bright dots may appear on your screen display. Your display contains an extremely large number of TFT and is manufactured using high-precision technology. Any bright dots that may appear on your display are intrinsic of the TFT manufacturing technology.
- Receiver: R334SBS
- Size: 1.33 x 0.88 x 0.44 in. (33.9 x 22.3 x 11.3 mm)
- Weight: 0.26 oz. (7.5g)
- Operating Voltage: DC 3.7V-7.4V
- T7PXR Transmitter
- Dry Battery Holder
- Wheel Offset Adapter
- Wheel Adapter 32deg
- Large Diameter Steering Wheel (54 mm)
- Trigger Brake Lever (Narrow Type)
- Miniature Screwdriver
- Screen Protector
- 3 x Receiver Plugs
This product was added to our catalog on January 23, 2020
I originally purchased the 7PX in September of 2018 when I got back into the hobby after close to 10 years of doing responsible adult things instead, and because I did that boring stuff like complete a 4 year apprenticeship, get an awesome job and save money I was able to come back with a bang, going all out and buying all new stuff top to bottom and for the first time in my RC career that started at 13 years old with a Tamiya Frog in the late 80's, I was able to get pretty much the best of the best with not only several new kits, but the radio, servos, esc's, motors, tons of upgrade and spare parts up front, batteries, charger etc, plus all new pit stuff, Arrowmax tools etc. I had nice vehicles in the past (Kyosho Inferno MP5, MP7.5, AE TC4, TC5, B44 etc) but never had much left over for the rest of the required stuff so I always had basic electronics and often when I broke something it would be weeks until I could fix it. I was surprised how much more fun I was having this time, and the new radio was a huge part of that. I specifically bought the 7PX because I was building a heavily modified TRX-4 Defender that needed 7 channels to control everything that I was installing (front locker, rear locker, 2 speed tranny, winch, full light kit) and being the only radio with a big color touchscreen other than the Spektrum which I had zero interest in, I was able to justify the high price.
The only complaint and thing that I really wish Futaba would have added to the 7PXR that isnt on the original is a 3 position on/off/on switch for one of the channels, but for some reason they didnt do it which is crazy that a 7 channel surface transmitter that has numerous truck/crawler specific features but doesnt have a switch designed to operate a winch. I was so surprised when I got the 7PX that I called Futaba tech support to see if they even knew how to program the radio to operate a winch at all, and they basically told me that it wouldnt do it correctly. I ended up getting the rotary dial set up to run the winch in a way that works pretty good, but its definitely not optimal.
One other "complaint" is the base of the radio is fairly narrow for how much weight is up top, and if you use the steering wheel drop down and angle adapter, the radio will tip over very easily so I just got innthe habit of never standing it on the base, rather I set it on the back side, opposite the steering wheel. After watching helplessly as a clumsy guy at the track bumped the table sending the remote crashing to the concrete floor when it was a week old made me learn quickly that if its not in the hard case to lay it over on the side.
I’ve currently got the 7PX running just the TRX-4 and have the new 7PXR setup for my collection of dozen rigs that I run at the track and a few others like my UDR, Kraton, 4-Tec 2.0, a 100mph speed run Tekno EB48.4 etc that I just mess around with in the streets, parks, construction sites etc. Long winded review, but in short its easily the best radio Ive ever had or used and until Futaba comes out with the next version in a couple more years that I'm certain I'll upgrade to, these are the only transmitters I plan on using.